By completing this goal, I am advancing my career and expanding my effectiveness as a prosperous nurse. • Specialization – of course all of this have one area that we wanted to specialize. For me it is necessary for creating a professional growth and continuous learning. • – state here your reason V. COMPARING MY MOTIVATIONS AND LONG-TERM PURPOSE AT WORK WITH THE SEVEN LEVELS OF MOTIVATIONS
Therefore, he (Leader) ensures that qualified nurse is recruited as at when necessary and they are motivated to prove themselves by giving a quality service to the clients. Where health service staff report they are well-led and have high level of satisfaction with their immediate supervisors, the patients in turn report, they are treated with respects care and compassion (Dawson et al, 2011). A good nurse leader encourages teamwork, recognizing that team work is an important strategies to quality health care services especially is the face of emerging multiple and difficult
The role of the nurse is then established in the execution of tasks such as patient education on preventative care. This team network also guarantees a holistic approach to healthcare. The nurse is able to expand their knowledge through interaction with other specialists such as nutritionists and orthopedic practitioners. An institution that values teamwork reduces the turnover rate that is often caused by burning out and overworking. Such a set up maintains the working morale of the nurse because they are able to plan their work schedule.
The 10 questions revolved on expectations from oneself, awareness on one’s purpose, relationship with colleagues, progress in terms of work performance, and determination to take opportunities. These are important aspects to be able to know if indeed a nurse is contented with his/her job that is why the questions are chosen to see if it fits the concept of work contentment. Brugger (2010) stated that effectively written and analyzed questions can make gathering of requirements and data a streamlined process. With the participants ' answers, it will help in making others aware of what must be done to achieve that contentment. It may be more of a subjective type but nevertheless, expression of feelings and sharing of experiences of the nurses are given the greatest
Effective Communication Fosters Positive Working Relationships The quality of relationships between the RN and other team members greatly influences the delegation success and overall teamwork. A productive team is one that has timely ongoing communication, a willingness to collaborate, and initiative from all team members. The following are important points to consider regarding your role and improving communication and relationships with a team nursing model: As the RN, you must clearly define expectations for UAP and LPN reporting on specific tasks. Remember, the patient is ultimately under your care. While you are able to delegate tasks, it 's still your responsibility to see that each task was carried out effectively and safely.
She should also encourage staff in implementing self-development plans to ensure effective development of staff (AKUH; Reviewed March 24, 2015). Head nurse’s support and behavior plays vital role in enhancing staff and unit performance. She is not only the counsellor but motivator. No matter which way we look at the situation but as a head nurse our attitude directly affect staff’s morale. Our body language, our expression of gratitude when a staff performs more than what is expected and our way to discipline staff when she is not performing up to the standards makes a lot of difference.
Building a culture of integrity will build a generation of nurses that have pride in doing the right thing and providing the best care that they can to their patients. It will create a generation of nursing students that put the care of the patient above their own selfish needs, and this starts with people that believe in following a code of honor. What is being done to deter cheating in nursing education? John Hopkins University School of Nursing (along with most other nursing programs) follow an Honor Code that is based on core values.
They are also expected to educate their patients and their family or caregiver on how to care for themselves and how to stay healthy. Nursing requires certain characteristics and beliefs to be competent and responsible. I believe that I am capable of being an excellent nurse who patients trust and look to for advice on their health.
I aim to be a nurse for the lifelong learning experiences that will allow me to grow and develop each day. As an interdisciplinary profession, nursing employs numerous duties beyond medical care. Critical thinking and creativity are vital to give patients the best treatment possible, as well as empathy and kindheartedness to display care and to promote comfort for patients and their families. Employing these qualities
She believes in participatory leadership and involves staff nurses at every level in the decision-making process. Nurses have commented that they feel open to be creative in problem solving and that administrative support is there backing them up, but not overwhelming them. I admire and respect Patricia Johnson as a nurse leader because she demonstrates many great qualities all nurse leaders should have. She inspires me to become a great nurse full of knowledge and passion for providing the best possible care to others in need. Johnson shows in many ways that she has integrity, courage, initiative, critical thinking skills, goals, and ways to be an effective communication and collaborator in the nursing profession.
Engaged employees have strong emotional, rational and behavioral attachments to their job and their organization. They experience pride, values congruence, and job and organizational satisfaction, and they feel enthusiastic and inspired in their work. In short, the engaged employee is the ideal employee. (Lowe, 2012, p. 38) Nurse satisfaction strongly depends on the feeling of being valued at their place of employment and having needs met.
Disparity in Pain Management among Patients with Substance Use Disorder Fatimat Odeyemi University of Maryland School of Nursing Disparity in Pain Management among Patients with Substance Use Disorder Description of the Problem If pain according to Ignatavicius and Workman (2010) is what the patient says it is and it exist when and where the patient says it does, why does research studies show disparity in treatment with patients suspected of substance abuse or those diagnosed with substance abuse disorder? Studies by Morley, Briggs and Chumbley (2015), Morgan (2014) and Paschkis and Potter (2015) all supported the hypothesis that nurses provide inadequate pain relief to their patients because of the perception that constant request
Barbara Carper (1978) identified patterns of knowing that are valuable to the practice of nursing and development of nursing knowledge. In her dissertation, Carper describes four fundamental ways of knowing that drive nursing care and interaction. These four fundamentals were labeled as empirical, esthetic, personal, and ethical. To understand how these ways of knowing apply to modern nursing knowledge, we will further analyze the definition of each way of knowing.