Write an essay that addresses one of the following prompts:
Why is it important to continue translating work (even work that has already
Which is better, direct translation or meaningful translation?
Compare two translations of a text.
Why do people code-switch?
The goal is to promote a holistic approach in caring for terminally ill and dying patients in all care settings in order to reduce and alleviate pain and suffering to the best of the health professional’s abilities. This includes administering care is a non-judgemental and genuine manner. Homeless individuals often live in an unstable environment and have previously endured both physical and psychological traumas. These wrongs leave these vulnerable individuals to turn to inappropriate coping mechanisms such as solicit drug and alcohol use. Another devastating result of these individuals’ past is the overall distrust in people, including those in the health care system (Shulman, Hudson, Lew, Hewett, Daly, Kennedy & Stone, 2017). Health care professionals who are inexperienced with caring for this population often contribute to the stress and affliction felt by these individuals by have pre-empt assumptions that contribute the stigma surrounding homelessness. The mistrust in this particular population results in confusing the individuals reports of pain and symptoms with drug seeking behaviour therefore not providing the optimal care as intended (Hudson, Flemming, Shulman & Candy, 2016). Homeless individuals are unfortunately left in fear of dying alone and in pain. Palliative care protocols used in the hospital setting often do not take into consideration the homeless populations previous medical history such as past self-medication. Some examples of the self-medication methods possibly used are cocaine, heroin, methadone etc. that are not exactly equivalent to standardized institutional dosages. This unfortunately leads to subtherapeutic pain management leading to a high incidence of adverse symptoms that includes pain, fatigue and psychological distress (Veer et al., 2018). Psychosocial/Socioeconomical Support “Hospice and Palliative care strive to help patients and families address physical, psychological and social, spiritual and practical issues and their associated expectations, needs, hopes and fears” (Howell and Syme, 2015). Economically deprived populations such as the homeless are less likely to have access to individualized hospice and palliative care services and will often die in the hospital setting (Lavergne, Lethbridge, Johnston, D-Intino & McIntyre, 2015). When planning hospice and palliative care for an individual the expectation is that the person will have some sort of support system and a stable environment in which the care can be received. due to a lack of support from family or friends combined with an unstable residence and low economic status they do not uphold the same opportunities to these services as others in society (Henry, Dosani, Huynh, & Amirault, 2017). Many homeless individuals have little to no familial support to advocate for them as their health deteriorates. Past encounters have led to strained relationships and in many cases the homeless individual is unwilling to open these painful wounds (Shulman et al., 2017). This unfortunately leaves these individuals facing their deteriorating illness alone with support of their healthcare providers. Homeless individuals often have chaotic and unstable lifestyles and ‘home’ environments. These outstanding circumstances make it very difficult to deliver proper hospice and palliative care in the community setting as mainstream settings are not always accommodating to the homeless person’s needs. S>GET ANSWER