Donald Trump Muslim girl's hijab ripped off in front of students in US A Muslim student's hijab was allegedly ripped off and her hair pulled down by a classmate at a school in Minnesota, the latest in a series of assaults and threats reported against headscarf-wearing women in the US following Donald Trump's victory in the Presidential elections. Nov 16, , The aggressor was also targeting other Muslim female students. Several cases of harassment have been reported at Minnesota schools after US presidential election. A Muslim student's hijab was allegedly ripped off and her hair pulled down by a classmate at a school in Minnesota, the latest in a series of assaults and threats reported against headscarf-wearing women in the US following Donald Trump 's win. CAIR's Minnesota chapter released a statement on Tuesdfay expressing concern over the school district's response to the incident that took place on Friday.
A Literature Review Abstract: The aims of this paper was to review a theoretical model useful for developing nursing knowledge in relation to nurse—patient interactions, Nurses are favorably viewed by the society, most often as virtuous, benevolent, angelic and admirable. This positive view of the profession is frequently experienced first-hand in the clinical practice. The interaction between a nurse and the patient is in about four phases as defined by Peplau this includes- Orientation, Identification, Exploitation and Resolution, although these phases are defined separately, there is a considerable level of overlap between them. Issues such as power, the socio-cultural context, and interpersonal competence are shown to be important in the quality of nurse— patient interactions and nurses need to take cognizance of these factors in their interactions with patients. A review of the literature on nurse—patient interaction was carried out to and areas for further studies identified. The literature was reviewed from the following perspectives, 1 nurse communication within the nurse—patient interaction, 2 nurse— patient interaction, 3 patient perception of the nurse— patient interaction, and 4 patient care-seeking communication.