Forståelse av selvbestemmelse og tjenestemottaker
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The purpose of this study is to explore whether health care personnel’s understanding of self-determination and the service recipient prevent self-determination of the recipient. With a focus on how health care personnel understand self-determination in interaction with the service recipient. Health care personnel can interact with the recipient on different levels. In this study, it will put an emphasis on insistent practice. Insistent practice is not coercion and restraint, but it can hinder the service recipient’s self-determination. Further emphasis will be on cultures in residential settings. Lastly, this study will focus on how health care personnel understand the service recipient’s diagnosis, and how that can reduce the recipient’s ability in the environment. Therefore the recipient’s ability to perform self-determination. This with focus on the institutional identity the recipients may carry with them since the liquidation of institutions in Norway. The method for solving this study’s problem was through a literature study, and the results had the same outcome as this study’s issue. On the other hand, this study has concluded that self-determination can also be non-existent through other factors. Such factors might be the service recipients need for care that impair their ability to be self-determent. Nevertheless, this study shows a strong correlation between the health care personnel understanding of self-determination and diagnosis can be contributing to the service recipient’s lack of self-determination. In addition, how health care personnel cultures in residential settings might hinder self-determination, and how the diagnosis might hinder the recipients ability in the environment.
Bachelor i Vernepleie BSV5-300 Fakultet for helse- og sosialvitskap/Institutt for velferd og deltaking