The topic of my final project is Mental Health Services for Healthcare Providers of Critical Patients. It means that it is focused on offering specific interventions to preserve the high levels of resilience among medics working in challenging conditions. The project implies three major stakeholders, such as psychologists, social workers, and nurses. The first category is ready to support and engage in the project as it would lead to positive results. The second group has an overall positive attitude but needs to be informed in detail, while the last cohort is resistant to change because of the possible influences on their work and tasks.
These standpoints can be explained by the fear of change peculiar to the affected audience and the readiness to promote positive shifts. Thus, nurses’ resistance comes from the lack of understanding and vague vision of how the project would affect their everyday tasks (Utley et al., 2017). At the same time, psychologists’ readiness to engage can be explained from the biblical perspective, assuming that helping others is a great virtue, and people should be ready to support those in need (Johnson, 2021). Under these conditions, the proposed plan might be justified by appealing to the biblical philosophy and emphasizing the necessity to help others. The Bible also says that people might hesitate, but their final decision to do necessary things will positively influence the people around them (Rachels & Rachels, 2018). It is one of the project’s desired outcomes, meaning that biblical philosophy is applicable to the study.
At the same time, addressing these different standpoints is vital for the project. First of all, it would help to understand the major stakeholders’ differences and manage them. Second, considering these viewpoints might help include additional clarifications and measures to assist parties and improve their awareness and acceptance levels. Finally, it might improve planned outcomes and the practical value of the research. For this reason, it becomes critical to analyze differences between parties before the final stage and plan interventions needed to address them.
Johnson, D. (2021). Biblical philosophy. Cambridge University Press.
Rachels, J., & Rachels, S. (2018). The elements of moral philosophy (9th ed.). McGraw Hill Education.
Utley, R., Henry, K., & Smith, L. (2017). Frameworks for advanced nursing practice and research: Philosophies, theories, models, and taxonomies. Springer Publishing Company.