The Nurse's Role in Security Needs
The nurse's role in meeting the security needs can contribute directly or indirectly. Nurses can perform direct nursing care to clients experiencing problems associated with unmet security needs. The role of nurses in meeting the security requirements are as follows:
1. Direct care givers; nurses providing direct assistance to clients and families experiencing problems related to security needs.
2. Educators, nurses need to provide health education to clients and families, so that the client and family to family health care program, linked to the security needs independently, and are responsible for family security issues.
3. Health watchdog, the nurse must do "home visit" or a regular home visits to identify or carry out a review of the security needs of clients and families.
4. Consultants, nurses as a resource for families in addressing the security concerns of the family. In order for families to ask for advice to the nurse the nurse-family relationships should be nurtured well, nurses must be open and trustworthy.
5. Collaboration, nurses must also work with various programs and across sectors in meeting the security needs of families to achieve health and safety of the optimal family.
6. Facilitator, the nurse should be able to bridge the well to the client's security needs and risk factors in keuarga so ketidakpemenuhan security needs can be addressed.
7. Inventor of the case / problem, the nurse identify safety problems early, so there is no risk of injury or falls on the clients who are unable to meet its security needs.
8. Modification of the environment, nurses must be able to modify the environment both home and community environments in order to create a healthy environment to support the fulfillment of security needs.