Nursing process provides a framework for clinical decision-making, which helps to guide care and promote critical thinking. Improvements patients participation in care by promoting patient autonomy and individualized care. ADPIE is an acronym that is used to help nurses remember the steps in order: Assessment, Diagnosis, Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation. In the assessment phase, nurses collect subjective and objective data about the patient in a systematic way through observations, interview questions, and physical examinations. Data is collected, organized, verified, and recorded.
THE INFLUENCE OF NURSE’S INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIP ON PERIOPERATIVE PATIENT’S FAMILY UNCERTAINTY BASED ON HILDEGARD PEPLAU’S THEORY Hariyono1, Tjipto Soewandi2, Ah Yusuf2 1Doctoral Degree Programs, Lecturer2, Faculty of Public Health Airlangga University, Surabaya Indonesia ABSTRACT Nurse who is able to develop positive relationship with client can help to reduce uncertainty directly associated with high emotional distress, anxiety and depression by providing opportunity to patient to develop alliance, communication and acceptance. The purpose of the study was to analyze the influence of nurse’s interpersonal relationship on perioperative patient 's family uncertainty. The study used analytical design with cross sectional approach
According to the Chinn and Kramer (2010) personal knowing is important to the development of knowledge central to the practice of nursing. Personal knowing is the process of knowing one’s self and understanding that our behavior, attitude and values affect positively and negatively to others. Personal knowing is involved when nurses engage in the therapeutic use of self in the nurse patient relationship. For instance, care provided to the smoker with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is influenced by the stereotype assumptions that includes who they are and what they are experiencing. As a nurse providing care to this patient, it brings us to the place of knowing what we do and doing what we know.
Nurses got to ensure that patients have the required knowledge and skills before discharge (Collins, 2014). Wagner et al. (1996) had argued that, for chronic conditions patient’s they learned to empower self management by gain knowledge and skill from nurses whom had done the plans for discharge. Lorig et al. (2009) had agreed that, the concept of empowering patient in self management is crucial.
Each of the four theorists, Dorothea Orem, Imogene King, Dorothy Johnson, and Jean Watson, share one common element, the overall well-being of the patient. From there the theorists start to differ with theories that are influenced by their own unique educational background, nursing specialties, and philosophy. Whether their focus was on needs, interactions, outcomes, or caring, each theorist developed a theory that can be implemented in many patient settings. Dorothea Orem’s theory focuses on meeting the needs of patients and determining what role the nurse plays in achieving that goal. The theory relies heavily on the patient’s motivation and drive to learn to care for themselves and supports the belief that the patient is responsible for their own self-care.
Also the next practical nurse needs to know what the previous practical nurse has already completed in the chart that she left. For example, if anything different has happened and what she needs to accomplish on her shift. She will need to know everything about her patient’s diagnoses, and what medication she need to administer to their patients, what concern she will need to look for, what urgent needs the patients may have.
Nurses must explore ways to address the idea of wellness with each patient, and that is done by education and assessments. Nurse’s must have a clear understanding of the perspective of their patient’s health, and how to intervene to improve the overall quality of health for each patient. This is also done by getting a detailed assessment of the patient’s environment. Environment is made up of their social background and history. A patient’s environment is also made up of internal health.
Role, duties and responsibilities as a registered Nurse or Staff Nurse Registered nurse duties different according to the areas of the expertise. They carry along a central role in promoting the wellness by performing a full range of services. A registered Nurse mainly focuses on caring for educating the patients and their family members about early recovery and ways of prevention of diseases. Hence, nurses assess patients’ health problems and needs, develop and execute nursing care plans and maintain medical records. The profession of a registered nurse comes along with the complexities and major responsibilities.
That theory-based practice believe that this will improve clinical outcomes and nurse satisfaction. The research question of - Whether “concept mapping” is an effective method of teaching nurses? how to apply theory to their daily practice? was tested during an action research project conducted at a community hospital, The researcher suggests that review of nursing theory and the use of concept mapping to analyse its application should be considered for staff nurse development.
One of the key responsibilities for nurses is to help the patients in understanding the medical intervention planned for them and the things they can do to assist in their case, including list of things they should and shouldn’t do during the treatment till recovery. Research has shown that some clinical quality measures are strongly related to good nursing care (NorthWestern Memorial Hospital, 2014). They way that a nurse performs each and every activity has a substantial impact on quality of healthcare. This can also be seen in the understanding of patients that a good relationship with a compassionate, well-informed and capable nurse can help in the well-being and effectiveness of the care they