King interrelated the nurse and client relationship by incorporating communication through transaction to establish mutually set goals in care. The nurses transact in a multitude of environments with a goal focused on positive health outcomes. Human beings are the underlying focus of nursing care. Nursing care focuses on promoting, maintaining and restoring health, caring for those that are sick and caring for those who are dying while promoting dignity (Leo-Demare et al., 2015). Stress, roles, time, and space are factors that King focused on to initiate the attainment of goals.
It is important that nurses acquire skills such as communication skills- both verbal and non-verbal, therapeutic, and clinical decision making among others. The ability of a nurse to communicate well and make appropriate clinical decision, determines the success of holistic assessment in nursing practice. There is no doubt that the capability of a nurse to provide the best and quality care is largely dependent on her or his ability to communicate, judge and make clinical decisions. Nurses needs to have a unique communication style that enable them acquire in-depth information from the clients. For instance, they should be able verbalize appropriate emotions and also communicate with the clients through non-verbal cues such as eye movement and gestures.
Key attributes that help in identifying qualities and characteristics of a professional nurse are knowledge, spirit of inquiry, accountability, autonomy, advocacy, collaboration and ethical values. Advocacy is the ability to comprehend the client’s perspective, educating them on the key areas surrounding their treatment and being knowledgeable of policies that will impact delivery of quality healthcare. Innovation requires fostering a culture that enhances client/family understanding of different outcomes, and showing initiative in new actionable ideas that will better treatment provided. Collaboration requires nurses to work hand in hand with other healthcare professionals in ensuring quality service are provided to a patient (Laws & Rules,
Watson’s caring model requires the nurse to look at the uniqueness of the individual and go to all extents possible to preserve the patient’s dignity. The second element, the transpersonal caring relationship, describes the nurse’s caring consciousness and moral commitment to make an intentional connection with the patient. The third element, caring occasion/caring moment, is the space and time where the patient and nurse come together in a manner for caring to occur. 9. J Caring is the essence of nursing which has been widely discussed in the health care professions, especially in nursing which is
4. PHYSIOLOGIC MONITORING SYSTEM Monitoring patient and having understanding of physiological parameters is important to every nurse, so with the aid of physiologic monitoring system the job is made easy to be able to offer high quality. Normal and abnormal variants in parameters and vital signs from the system help the nurse to intervene promptly and appropriately. It helps the nurse to tailor parameters of the alarms to meet the specific needs of each patient. Continuous monitoring of physiological function help guide management decision and when to make therapeutic interventions.
Therefore, • RN one roles effectively communicating to enhance the patient care to be effective • RN two offering care to the patient as specified by the case manager • The LPN collects data that was utilized in the assessment of the patient • NA role helping in answering calls Advantages and disadvantages of the models All the four models of nursing care delivery presented have advantages and disadvantages. Thus, they may vary appropriately in delivering health care to a patient, but at the same time, they are limited in some aspects. Thus, their significances to the patient, nursing staff, family and nurse manager are outlined. Team nursing Advantages The satisfaction of the patient is improved when this model is utilized. Additionally, it becomes possible to make a decision concerning the healthcare at lower levels.
Caring helps influence the ways in which people think, feel, and behave in relation to one another (Ozan, Okumus, & Lash, 2015). Caring in the nursing practice provides the presence of a touch, listening, spiritual caring, relieving pain, and a support system. Jean Watson 's Human Science and Human Care Theory includes transpersonal caring and relationships (a moral idea), carative factors (what to do), carative process (how to do), and the human care paradigm (Hood, 2018). These tools are necessary to use in a nurse’s daily life. Watson’s theory focuses on caring as the moral ideal of nursing and helping a person understand meaning in sickness, pain, and existence.
I am a responsible coordination of the nursing team and a vital and integral part of the team. The nurses in the emergency units combine theoretical and scientific basis (essential) to leadership, work, judgment, initiative, ability education, maturity and emotional stability. "Therefore, the constant updating of these professionals is necessary; therefore develop with the medical staff and nursing skills so they can act in unexpected situations objectively and the synchronic manner in which they are
Nursing Delegation for the RN Delegation is considered to be among the most involved nursing skills which require a nurse to apply knowledgeable clinical judgment and accountability during patient care. RNs have an obligation to finding what is needed for patients and families and then using the appropriate delegation to staff to help carry out the plan. This helps maximize on achieving the most desired outcomes and also maximize the use of available resources. The only way to help RNs maximize the available resources is through improving their delegation skills. If a nurse is to be delegated a task, it should be within their scope of nursing and also be tasks they are qualified to perform.
And I hope I can promote this message to the others. Conclusion To conclude, all the aspects discussed in risk management are of the same importance. To be a competent nurse in risk management, I have to provide evidence and knowledge based practice, not to be judgmental in others values and beliefs, and always remember the how significant proper nursing practice is. Nevertheless, I should also be competent with other areas like leadership, resource and crisis management. All these areas contribute to my successful and professional future