Creating awareness through a nursing education program is essential. Participating in the program enables one to identify the risk factors of diseases from which they increase their knowledge after an educational intervention (Reeder & Williams, 2017). Behaviour-based interventions for disease control lack social support (Jackson et al. 2016). For example, when promoting nutritional behaviors through training programs, one would focus on creating awareness about healthy foods and their diversity, and suitable lifestyles such as engaging in physical activities and reducing sedentary
Reflection has been strongly advocated by the English National Board for Nursing & Midwifery (1994), and a wealth of nursing literature over the past decade had been published to improve nursing practice. Reflection is an in-depth consideration of events or situations outside of one-self, solitary, or with critical support. Burnard (1995) argues that, reflection has its roots in experiential learning, as it forms the second stage of the experiential learning cycle. Active reflection gives nurses the confidence in terms of clinical decision making. It can also be a meaning of identifying strengths and weaknesses in practice and enabling nurses to learn from their mistakes.
Another skill that nurses need to be able to perform is listening. Most of the time people only passive listen. It is very important for the nurse to be able to actively listen. They don’t know what part is going to be relevant to the situation so its important that they listen to everything being said. The first step that Peplau (1952) used was observing the client during a therapeutic
Why? Because we cannot help other people until we are a bit clearer about ourselves' (Burnard 1992). This quotation highlights the importance of self-awareness in therapeutic communication and how it allows nurses to perform better overall patient care. Self-awareness is one of the most imperative components in nurse-client rapport and involves the process of objective scrutiny of oneself (Rasheed, 2015, p. 211). It reflects the exploration of one's thoughts, beliefs, behaviours, approaches and values (Bibi, 2016).
(12) and in these training courses, introspection and self-awareness should be considered as behavior promotion(13).At least half of nursing education courses is done in clinical environments and clinical education has a basic role in forming professional skills in nursing students. In recent years, communication skills training has been the main component of nursing education curriculums in advanced countries. And is recognized as one of the continuing nursing education(14). The training of communication skills that has been done includes combined training including simulation, scenario,
After understanding a topic, people can find resources easier and correctly. Then, the speaker should understand the audiences as well, according to a website named manpowerthailand.com, it suggested that studying an information of the audiences and knowing them well enough will be helpful for the speaker to present and convince the audiences if the speaker knows what the audiences believe and are interested in. After that searching for needed information, research or facts to support a topic and do not forget to write them in own words then give references as well. When finish gathering resources, the next is to write the script and it should be understandable to the audiences. The second process is to prepare needed tools in a presentation, such as a PowerPoint slide, a notebook or a video clip.
1.0 INTRODUCTION Clinical teaching practices can influence the quality of learning experiences for nurses and also can enhance health teaching for patients, their family and colleagues (Flagler, 1988). Meanwhile, is not only influence what can be learned but it is a powerful force in determining pattern of providing care, in forming attitudes and perceptions also for in setting goals for outcome of patient care (Flagler, 1988). The philosophy of teaching in nursing is that nursing an art and science based on principles from the biological, physical, behavioural and nursing science (Neeraja, 2006). In fact, nursing is a caring discipline and in carrying out the professional role as Registered Nurses and also in the provision of nursing care