References: Faust, C. (2002). Orlando 's Deliberative Nursing Process Theory: a practice application in an extended care facility. Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 28(7), 14-18. Orlando 's Nursing Process. (2012, February 4).
The great importance of being prepared for our future role as an advanced practitioner nurse is to enhance our knowledge, the proneness to participate in the new world, and understanding that praxis no only cares for the concern of the facts but also how people involved in such facts, what we can learn from them and assist in their transformation. This means that the practices not only seeks to improve practice nursing but also teach to participate in building the knowledge and thus achieve freedom, independence and autonomy of the profession in the health area (Kagan, Smith, Cowling & Chinn, 2009). As the transformation process is known take time and it requires courage, patient, knowledge, perseverance and professional commitment; so nursing
Nursing is a most trusted and gratifying profession. As a nurse educator, I will express my passion for teaching by incorporating features such as clinical assessments, practical application of theory, evaluation, and role modeling into advanced nursing practice, from previous experiences and current experience and clinical practicum to find success and gratification in students chosen profession as well empowering leaners to develop their own strengths, beliefs, and personal attributes to become a good professional. Personally, I do have a positive attitude towards the personal and professional growth, and value ongoing learning and will stive to instill the same into my students learnig journey .. My objective as a Nurse Educator
The program is necessary for my career development while fulfilling my work schedules and delivering health care to people. I remain excited to be in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program to advance my career to the next level and to contribute positively to the wellbeing of people and society. Reference: From webpage: https://resumeorbit.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/ Retrieved February 25, 2017. Retrieved February 25, 2017 from webpage: https://linkedin.com/in/shareenta-rughoo-978894107/de Retrieved February 25, 2017 from webpage:
Hi Katherine, I agree that leadership and management program are a great part of a nursing school since we need to continue to be a role model for new nurses entering the career not only to teach them nursing skills need in the profession, but also to encourage them to further their education like we are doing it.
Effective communication is a key component of interprofessional practice to provide the best care for a patient treated by a multidisciplinary team. In my future profession as an occupational therapist there will be many important roles and responsibilities to consider across different specialities. Occupational therapists regularly work with nurses within an interdisciplinary team and the two health professions must practice effective communication, and the skills which foster the effectiveness. Occupational therapists, nurses, and the communication skills these professional require to work in an interdisciplinary team will be discussed. Occupational therapy is a health profession dedicated to supporting people in living their lives with meaning
Introduction Over the modules pertaining to Interprofessional Learning (IPE), I have studied the value of an education in collaborating with co-workers, regardless of distinct minds, in order to serve patients in need of medical attention. This matter interest mem because, so far all of my current efforts are intended for the prodigious outcome of becoming an outstanding Physician Assistant (PA). I understand that in order to be one of the best PAs, aside from earning the credentials of a PA, I must also be IPE trained in order to avoid negative and preventable outcomes. This reflection will help summarize my perspective on what I have obtained so far from IPE training.
In the field of nursing, cultural framework is used to enable caregivers overcome the challenges that are prevalent in culturally divergent communities (Kozier, 2000). Caregivers encounter cultural issues such as race, language barriers, gender, linguistic diversity, and conflicting cultural beliefs. In such situation, a caregiver must uphold the good values of nursing by promoting equality regardless of the clients’ background, and delivering the best healthcare regardless of the challenges they may be facing (Kozier,
Nursing is a very unique profession and I believe that it is essential to understand and learn about different nursing theories to help guide nursing practice. Nursing philosophy is also very important and many factors may impact an individual 's perception regarding the nursing profession. Nursing is so much more than performing tasks, passing medication, and documenting. Many qualities are needed in order to deliver excellent quality care. Nurses are accountable for their actions and are responsible for continuing their education.
Now I realize in order to be an effective leader; all my leadership qualities, which were presented by Dr. McNeese-Smith, should be up to par. There are several tasks I can undertake to challenge the process, including assessing why a current protocol or guideline doesn’t work, and set out to find innovative solutions, and seeking out challenges. As a novice nurse practitioner in a new position, I’m certain I will encounter practices that work really well, and equally discover things that may not work so well. Seeking out new challenges is great way to foster development of this leadership quality. Staying up to date with new practice guidelines, and research will also aid my ability to challenge any outdated standards, as I will be thoroughly prepared and educated to make that distinction.
According to The Journal of Nursing Administration Informatics incorporates 1) data gathering, 2) data representation, 3) information management. Informaticians work closely with IT practitioners to integrate the workflow into the system design. Their contextual knowledge of the practice workflow, exploring of the advantages and disadvantages help the informaticians to create systems that are clear and help physicians make a decision. Informaticians can help rule out implications that might potentially create problems and they can recognize some tools, as being important to the clinical setting that the ITs might not
Evidence based practice (EBP) is to demonstrate the best practice, which has been supported, with a clear rationale to back it up, while acknowledging the patient/clients best interest. In this professional outline it will be discussed why EBP is so important to start with student nurses career and continuing throughout the nursing career and the second main point will be on the impact it has on patient outcomes regardless of discipline. I believe if this mind set is instilled early in the nurses career the practice will evolve it a more proactive
The need to develop leaders out of nurse needs to happen at every level. This can be fostered with nurses feeling capable and fully empowered to provide excellent care and make changes necessary to provide ineffectual systems. Lastly, nurses need to be “at the table”, familiar to provide healthcare leadership, including develop system for medication errors, improving quality, provide better care coordination, increase access of care, and averting workforce shortages. I agree with the report’s findings and support it. When education is furthered great opportunities come.
I am interested in applying to the USC New Graduate Nurse Residency Program offered in the Stepdown Telemetry Unit. I will graduate from California State University, Fullerton’s Accelerated Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing program in May of 2016 and I am an excellent candidate for this program. Throughout my nursing program, I have performed quite well in both lecture and clinical environments, maintaining a 3.9 GPA and receiving excellent evaluations from my clinical instructors. During my capstone externship in the Los Alamitos Intensive Care Unit, I have learned not only the technical skills required of a registered nurse providing care for critically ill patients, but have also developed the critical thinking abilities that must accompany