Roberson U Joseph Miami Dade College – Medical Campus RN-BSN Program NUR 4667: Globalization in Nursing Practice Reach Out Paper Assignment What is his/her scope of practice? How does this compare to yours? According to Suze-Wilda Eline, who works at the hospital of Bienfaisance de Pignon located in Nord Haiti, having a professional nursing license allows her to perform a number of duties such as: Collecting all available information pertaining to the patient, including the pathology of the disease and the patient’s risk factors Checking the patient’s vital signs prior to administering prescribed medications Informing the Physician of a change in the patient’s status Taking their vital signs, inserting an IV, repositioning
On Saturday, January 23, 2016 at approximately 1928 hours Security Officer Brandon Rodriguez was conducting a walk through E.D. the special care unit area when it was observed that E.D. Charge Nurse Jonathan Bacal and Patient Care Tech Tim Phillips were restraining patient Alan Burdick in ED room #39. The patient was combative and attempting to bite the medical staff due to being in a postictal state. Officer Rodriguez immediately responded and helped out nursing staff. He then notified dispatch and informed there would be no need for any additional officers. Officer Rodriguez assisted the medical staff in restraining the patient and after few minutes the patient calmed down and cooperated with medical treatment.
5 NURSING PROCESS The nursing process is a series of organized steps designed for nurses to provide excellent care. Learn the five phases, including assessing, diagnosing, planning, implementing, and evaluating. 5:1 Personnel Context As a nurse can make a huge difference in the health of my patients by many methods.
for Introduction: “Discuss why a sociological perspective is important for nurses/midwives to adopt in their nursing/midwifery practice.” What is the relevance in studying sociology and how can one make use of their knowledge in clinical practice? Sociology outlines how our society developed, is structured and how it functions. It is the study of human society and the behaviour of us in it. (Crossman, 2017)
Immigration is predicted to play a substantial role for labor force and population growth in Canada by the year 2031 (Statistics Canada, 2010). Already small and medium size towns and cities are facing a lot of pressure to attract immigrant women and men for the purpose of countering the aging population (Buchlaschuk & Wilkinson, 2011).With the current figures showing a slight decline in the number of immigrant women who settle within the three largest metropolis of Canada, immigration of women is becoming an issue of concern for the medium and even small cities in Canada (Bucklaschuk, & Wilkinson, 2011). One of the major challenges faced by these cities is how to undertake the retention and integration of these new immigrant women, a concern
The first thing I would say about today was thought provoking. What I mean by that is it appears that everyone has different organizational skills. Plus not everyone thinks at the same speed or reacts in the same way. Anyways, I noticed throughout today that I was sometimes one step ahead of my nurse. I was even able to help him find different areas of the charting when he got confused, where something in particular was in the charting.
For our very first week the topic was ‘Cultural Identity’ which as a class we defined culture as ‘A set of beliefs and values that contribute to one’s way of life’. Before attending the first class I knew little of what cultural identity actually meant to me it was after when I began to think more in depth about it. I was intrigued by others’ opinions in the group such as considering that some cultures may not be allowed to have certain types of medication or certain genders to provide their health care which was mentioned by Maddison Duggin (Discussion thread topic: ‘Cultural Identity’, 28/02/18). Within a nursing role it is important to be able to distinguish what culture and cultural identity refers to with each individual. As nurses
HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT Case study Linda Padraig Rice INTRODUCTION In this assignment I will write a report on a case study on a girl named Linda who is spending some time in a respite care home in which I am a carer. On her last occasion in the care home she was outgoing, bubbly and mixed well with other residents but on this occasion she is quiet has lost weight and not interacting with other residents and has told another resident she is being bullied at school. Identify who you would need to talk to in this situation As a carer it would be my responsibility to report and record what I was told by the other resident to my line manager /supervisor.
Nursing is the nation’s largest health care profession. It is fast pace and there is never a dull moment throughout the workday. Everyday is different and every patient is different. Although the hours are really long and the education is very expensive, being a Registered or a Pediatric Nurse would best suit me because I love helping people, there are jobs available where I want to live,the salary is really good and it will help me to pay off college debts, and overall it is just something I could see myself doing. One of the main reasons why most people want to be a Nurse and, the reason why I want to be a Nurse is, because I love helping people.
While assessing my reflective on individual practices and precepts, I have appraised high for all areas aside from environmental ambiguity, which I find to some degree hard to handle easily. My foundation of nursing practice is built upon my core principle of integrity, beacuse my faith in Bible reveals that, ”Whoever walks in integrity will be delivered, but he who is crooked in his ways will suddenly fall” (Proverbs 28:18, New International Version). I believe only a true person can be a successful leader. Being truthful to my commitment as a nurse, I will never discriminate anyone who needs care. Nursing is divine profession and God wanted me to provide care for diverse people.