What do you do next? When I was assessing my patient, she had no problem with that. All the time I was assessing her, she was telling me about her life. Refection –on-Action and Clinical Learning: Describe three ways your nursing skill expanded during this experience. I believe my nursing skills expends every time I go to clinical, every time I have new patients, and every time I have new task to do.
A competent nurse is knowledgeable, compassionate, holistic, ethical, a patient advocate, and integrates other disciplines in order to achieve excellence in quality patient care. I believe the road is paved with multiple opportunities for students to experience and collaborate with competent nurses. Because I believe the qualities that are characteristic of a competent nurse also are characteristic of an competent nurse educator, my teaching styles reflects my nursing practice. I believe a student 's level of commitment is influenced by my enthusiasm and passion for teaching. For me, it begins by investing my time, knowledge and experience in students.
345-350). Other aspects of professionalism in the workplace include: showing up on time, following dress code, showing discipline and self-composure, providing care in a timely manner, respecting patient 's privacy and maintaining the safety of personal information. Moreover, collaborating with other health care providers to promote the best care possible to the patient, following code of ethics, seeking knowledge and skills to improve work performance, taking responsibility for own actions and helping to develop trust between patients and the healthcare team (Potter, Perry, Stockert, & Hall, 2011, pp. 210-215). All healthcare professionals should serve patients and the community by providing the best care possible in their scope of practice (Shohani & Zamanzadeh, 2017, pp.
As indicated by Chambers et al, (2005) a therapeutic relationship is said to be at the focal point of nursing work as the relationship that exists amongst nurses and patients can regularly provide the vitality to rouse the nurse to proceed with the patient’s treatment. It additionally enables nurses to comprehend and establish how the patients are coping with their treatments. Moreover, a great therapeutic relationship assembles trust, and additionally it ensures that the patients’ autonomy is respected. For instance, guaranteeing a patient’s privacy is kept up by shutting the curtains when giving the patients personal care which is in accordance with the Nursing and Midwifery Council in 2008 (Essays UK,
When a nurse graduates from a program they are expected to continue to learn new things and stay up to date on the current needs of the community. 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 am an advocate for my patients, meaning that I need to know what the patients wants
Mentoring involves both trust and communication and is an effective strategy to promote the mixing of generations and to encourage learning and sharing. Utilizing this strategy enables nurses ranging in experience to learn from each other's strengths and weakness to deliver the best patient care. Mentoring promotes inclusion of all employees and engages each member of the team (Moore et al., 2016). Sudheimer reflects on her time working with a mentor and notes that after sharing about their personal lives, education, and job expectations, a respect and trust for each other quickly formed (Sudheimer, 2009). Not only can novice Millennial nurses learn clinical expertise from seasoned nurses, Millennials can help older generations adapt to technology and other forms of electronic communication new to healthcare (Fessele, 2009).
With all the pressure and exhaustion they experience, knowing that they have given their best in rendering quality nursing care towards patient wellness was enough. I would be glad to experience it as well and be able to touch people’s lives and provide the care they need. If given the chance and be admitted in the University of Washington’s BSN program, I would be more than glad to learn more and share what I know in the pursuit of providing innovative patient
Many facilities reward nurses who become certified in their type of nursing by promoting them, offering them higher compensation and giving some greater responsibilities. (Board of Registered Nursing) Work experience In nursing it’s very important the experience, because when something is happening the nurse have an idea how should react, what to do and haw. With a good experience a nurse can evited some mistakes and prevent accidents, which can involve the staff and the client. A nurse with few years of experience is stable in his work, knowing what she has to do, being quicker and more safety, because she knows the mistakes from the past and learn from them.
When I decided to enroll in becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) last 2009, I know that I would be able to deal with different kinds of people and be able to be part of their healing process during their stay in the healthcare institution. Today, as I become a part of the health team, I learned a lot of things. First is being able to know how to communicate and work with different kinds of people may it be our patient or a coworker. In my every day shift at hospitals and nursing homes, I was able to meet people from different countries with diverse culture. My effective communication as part of the healthcare team was developed for me to be able to know how to talk to them effectively.
INTRODUCTION The Healthcare information system (HIS) is a group of systems used to support and enhance healthcare e.g. Clinical information systems (CISs) ,Administrative information system .Nursing Information System (NIS). (WHO, 2016) These systems combined together provide a standardized nursing language for nurses because it provides a common pattern for all nurses in different locations. (Hebda, Czar & Mascara, 2005) These combinations can reduce a number of medically related errors and improve our health care system. For many years, the medical field created several ways and means to educate those who are learning as well as they provided practice for those who have already established themselves as doctors, nurses and persons specialized