Nurses are responsible for patient’s safety and well being which puts the nurse in a place to investigate the patient’s environment, we also need to interact with dietary, social, therapy, physician, and pharmacist services to make sure that all the patient 's needs are met. To be able to perform physical and cognitive assessments, and retrieve all the necessary information required for a patient 's care, I have developed the skills to work as the detective. I use these skills every shift to determine the patient’s baseline and be able to detect small variations in a patient’s condition that may indicate a medical change or deterioration. Pain is a major condition that requires our attention. Patients have the right to be free of pain, but sometimes they are stoic and do not voice their pain.
The assessment and intervention skills argue by the above authors as a questioning, listening, observing and action during the practice. The ability of trainee nurses to analyse the information captured and present in the clear and precise form will ensure that the assessment leads to the effective intervention plan. Clinical judgement is divided into three elements which are clinical skills, clinical experiences and clinical practice (Chesser-Smyth, 2005 and Kim, 2007). The clinical skill is divided by two which are technical skills and cognitive skills. Technical skills are consisting of the application of knowledge and critical thinking of performing their clinical examination and invasive procedures (Rennie, 2009).
Through the development of a building-block approach, nurse leaders can promote evidence-based practices by incorporating the process in every aspect of the healthcare structure they supervise. A successful leader promotes evidence-based practices by inspiring, enabling, and articulating the whole nursing team to embrace the best evidenced practices. Strategies for implementation of evidence-based changes stem from a complex network of a whole team that is focused on improving healthcare outcomes. This change
The analytical results of nursing leadership in teaching hospital showed that there was predominance of instrumental leadership characteristics of nurses, ie, professionals were oriented to the achievement of objectives, definition of roles and responsibilities, creating control systems and reward the work of the hospital. When reporting these studies I can say that the neuromuscular ward nurses exercise leadership effectively these professionals need to find ways to make the management of nursing care see the real needs of patient, combining organizational goals with the objectives of the nursing staff. In short, the nurse needs to understand the process to lead and develop the necessary skills; among them, this also emphasizes communication, interpersonal, decision making and clinical skills and applies them in their professional
There are also segments that put stress on areas that more work needs to be done about the recommendations that were provided by the report. From the information that has been discussed in this article as of now, one can depict that the report is very imperative to the United States health sector. By clarifying the roles that the nurse was expected to play, the report plays a vital role in ensuring that nurses offer the best quality of work possible. Nursing practice is part of the backbone of the health sector and provided that practicing nurses are familiar with what is expected of them, the efficiency in their line of work is guaranteed. Second, when it comes to nursing education, the report was able to outline the critical area that institutions that taught nursing needed to put more emphasis on.
In order to achieve success in strategic planning at administrative nursing, I often meet with nurses and other healthcare personnel to identify the major problems at work, seek ways to solve them and processes to take in solving the problems in order to achieve excellence in services while in patients care, I ensure that the nurses plan care accordingly using a great planning tool in nursing for planning patients care known as nursing process approach. It is use for planning individualized and holistic care for
Future Trends in Nursing Practice Nursing practice experiences constant changes due to the implementation of new trends related mainly to the demographic shifts, medical research, and technological advancements. Being the closest to patients’ caregivers, nurses are considered as major contributors to healthcare organizations. Nurses are obliged to have an evidence-based understanding of the significant influence that can be made through health promotion interventions and deliver this understanding to the community at large (Sanjiv, 2014). What are the most recent trends in the modern healthcare system; and what influence do they have on nursing? Nursing Roles: Due to the expanding opportunities within nursing, there is the need for collaborative
Application of information based on the real observation of the patient with the combination of subjective and objective data that lead to conclusion making is regarded as clinical judgement. Its developed through practicing, experience, knowledge and continuous critical analysis. (Kienle & Kiene, 2011). It continuously expand to all medical fields: diagnosis, therapy, communication, and decision making. Clinical judgement is of complex because nurses are needed to have prior training in that he/she can have a better understanding of the subject.
It tells us why a nursing particular activity is important to a patient at that specific time. It guides our thought processes and focuses on the specific areas to bring the patient back to a certain point where he or she can have a quality life. It gives us a lot of direction, and it builds basic structures to promote the greatest quality of nursing care in any individuals. Nurses are not just doing actions, they critically thinking about particular patients’ needs and applying certain theories and ideas to them and to the situation to optimize patients’ health and well-being. We will discuss what nursing philosophy, conceptual model, and theory are reflecting my nursing practice and my clinical experiences.
In a time when acuity of are essential for cost containment and quality care. Nursing is a knowledge-based profession and technological expertise and a high degree of clinical acumen are qualities that healthcare consumers demand. Continuing education, including on-thejob training courses, postgraduate study, and ongoing professional development, is seen as a vehicle for nurses to maintain currency of knowledge and skills, and to respond to dynamic changes in health care delivery (McDiarmid,