Discuss how a nurse can be authentically present in the nurse-client relationship)

Case Study- Mrs. Smith is an incapacitated patient admitted to the hospital with confusion and weakness. Her diagnosis is pneumonia, complicated by end stage cirrhosis and an elevated ammonia level. She has one daughter named Sandra, who lives locally and visits almost daily but cannot stay overnight. During the previous shift, Mrs. Smith became physically aggressive, confused, and uncooperative. She fell but had no injury. Staff was not able to console or manage her behavior and obtained orders to sedate her. After multiple doses of sedation, Mrs. Smith is resting but heavily sedated. It is a growing concern as to how the client will obtain nourishment. Now some nurses’ advocate for continued sedation throughout the night for behavioral control. Others advocate for continued sedation to prevent another fall. On your morning shift, Mrs. Smith does not exhibit the same behavior that she did earlier but is confused at times and prone to getting up by herself. You are not sure that she needs sedation. A sitter would be beneficial, but none is available. If you sedate her and she cannot take her medication, the condition will worsen and the incapacitation will increase. As her nurse, you feel the appropriate goal is to keep her safe from falls, harm, and her symptoms. You want to also make sure she is receiving adequate nutrition. Using your assigned theorist, how can the nurse care for this client (which includes family) holistically ? Please include references. 1. How the nurse can be authentically present in the nurse-client relationship) 2. How is caring viewed by your assigned theorist 3. How is the person(human) viewed? 4. Please use three of your theorist’s main concepts to explain how this theory would guide the nurse in caring for this client. . Spelling and grammar must be checked prior to submission. Assigned theorist: Joanne Duffy-Quality-Care Model