Reflection on Medication Administration Description (Competency 3j) I have looked over my moral development regarding medicine administration and have noticed there is the need for improved and has been agreed with my mentor to write a piece of reflection to identify areas of concern Feelings One of the major concern is the pace of dispensing and the time spent used to open charts and allocate them is one of my weakness. Although I am learner I need to back up the pace of dispensing so that patient doesn 't feel my skills is dull or boring and waste of time. I Had developed that feeling of being extra careful to avoid drug error and that makes me feel slightly nervous more also being under the influence of supervision as well. Evaluation
I enjoyed reading about your experiences in the hospital setting while the enactment of change was taking place. I can tell you that where I work we also had some resistance towards the implementation of huddle. There was a back and forth in the beginning of the three stages of Kurt Lewin’s change theory that I witnessed. I happened to be in the lead of making huddle something we did prior to every shift. In the unfreezing stage I sent out an email and on day one I was happy and eager so I gave a small motivational speech on how this would improve poor communication via the daily huddles.
In this case, the wife is of the belief and understanding, that her husbands views are, and always have been the same as hers. “When people are challenged by something like a serious illness or loss, they frequently turn to spiritual values to help them cope with or understand their illness or loss” (Puchalski, C, 2001). It is important for the nurse to establish trust and a relationship with the wife also in this scenario to better meet her needs. The nurse may need to consult privately with the hospital clergy, who are trained to deal with such situations and/or the hospitals Ethics team should the paint appear in distress. Education and support will need to be provided to the wife in a respectful manner.
I feel like this past year has passed by so fast, but at the same time, due to constant stress from the exams throughout the year, I can’t wait to start my summer break. However, when it comes to clinical, I wanted to continue my learning experience without stopping because I love it so much. So as usual, I always feel so excited and looking forward to my clinical days. Every clinical experience is very unique for me and so does my patients. This
I previously applied to Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine in 2014. Instead of rushing myself to apply the next cycle, I waited another year, reevaluating myself and strengthening my application to become a more competitive candidate. Although I already had more than 400 hours of shadowing experience, working at the dental offices for a year showed me a more realistic view of dentistry – the physical demands that dentists face everyday, the difficulties of managing a budget and administrative work, and the responsibilities of supervising a large number of staff. Furthermore, I am more confident about my application now that I have strengthened my scientific background through an extra year of classes at UC Berkeley Extension. I took my studies even more seriously.
An example from my life comes from when I participated in National Honors Society through my school during my senior year. This organization required that we had 20 hours of volunteer work and that we also create our own service project at some point throughout the year. This added an abundant amount of extra work to my already packed schedule, so it could be effortless to say that doing all this volunteer work was selfless and against my better interests. I was making my life more difficult as I helped others. However, National Honors Society looks impressive on resumes, and after I would complete a set of volunteer hours, I would feel great about what I had just done.
Completing my Master 's degree was a learning experience for me because I had to juggle my school requirements along with my work schedule and home life. During the two years I took classes full time and worked full time. As the years went on I decided to become more involved in my learning experience by adding a part time job at the Center for Family Excellence as a lead group counselor. When it was time to complete my internship I decided to quit my job to focus on schooling experience. Deciding to have no income for 3 months while I interned at Pittsburgh liberty and Pittsburgh CAPA was the hardest decision I made but was the most beneficial experience.
Time management has been one of the most substantial hurdles of my scholastic and professional career. Many of us waste our time on things that are neither important nor necessary, instead of using that time for something of that is meaningful. To capitalize on the use of time management strategies and reach my Doctoral Business Administration (DBA) program goals. I will execute two specific time management strategies, for example, accessing and planning a weekly schedule while adjusting my daily schedule. Time management will help me maximize the use of my time and reach my ultimate DBA goals of completing each assignment.
Throughout the duration of the PADR course, I have learned a great deal about myself. I feel that personal growth and introspective analysis thereof is perhaps the most valuable ability one can learn, and while I was not introduced to these things in this course, I honed these skills every day. For the past 2 years, I have been struggling with the loss of my father. I felt so horrible for my mother that I could not focus on my studies. I felt selfish for feeling sorry for myself, and that made me feel even worse.
There is no denying that the demands of nursing school result in little free time. When I started nursing school I was working about 30 hours a week as a night shift nursing assistant at an Alzheimer’s facility to help pay for accumulated costs that go along with being a student. After two and a half years at the facility, I had to make one of the hardest decisions ive ever made; I had to step away from work in order to focus on my studies. Receiving this scholarship would help relieve some of the financial stress of paying for school,
And must I still point out that I still have the ceiling to achieve a 3.0cumulative GPA when I graduate, with a average of 3.6 per semester. I will also like to get the chance to address what happen during the summer. It was a honest mistake, I had all my work turned in. Until the last ten days of the class. I was in a difficult time in my life, with a death of a longtime friend at the time.
Everyday Corbin must write a page long personal learning journal explaining what she did that day. Along with the journal, Corbin must do a case study to present at the end of the program. This presentation is reviewed by doctors and the administration. “It’s definitely challenging, but then again, so is being an actual doctor,” said Corbin. Bonnie Ritchey, HCEP supervisor, agrees that this program is rigorous, but believes it is also tremendously beneficial.
After a year of experience with over fifty upper year residents I feel that the next stage would be to take on all of the previously mentioned independent responsibilities that come with the AA position. By moving on to this position I would essentially be taking all of the skills I learned in my first year as an RA and applying these skills in a more independent environment while simultaneously becoming a part of larger group events and organization on campus for upper year residents. The position would also provide me with a drastically different Reslife experience than what is provided in the traditional res halls. This unique experience would help me become better versed as a staff member by giving me experiences with both apartment style living and dorm life on a college campus and becoming familiar with both of types of
When you became a CNA according to this article. “Become a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).” They tell you what the job is going to be like and what are the requirement’s but what people tend to forget is the rewards you get and it isn’t like a award they hand out to you. This reward is a sense of feeling like you may an impact on someone’s life. The family is the key to feeling this reward/achievement. For example, I took care of that lady when she was hospice and the family would always see me attending to there love one, and then when I was finished they would say thank you.
At ten years old, I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up, I proudly responded, “I want to be a lawyer.” To this day I have worked hard to familiarize myself with the law and since then my interest in helping people grew and grew. I decided to enroll myself in the only law magnet in the district. This was a tough experience; not only was I starting at a school that I was not zoned too, but this school was far more advanced than I was accustomed too. I noticed there was a diversity issue at my new school between students in advanced classes and regular classes. Many times I became