It gave me a little experience as to what it is like as a nurse and good bedside manners. I gave me a good understanding that certain people believe in certain things and want things done in a certain way. It changed my outlook on nursing homes because the residents just really need someone to talk to and it will make their whole day. They can not do daily task on their own anymore and it does frustrate them like it would anyone else.
By just showing that little bit of love and compassion towards someone, shows you are there for them throughout their journey. I personally feel when working with someone, you grow a tight bond that you nor your patient will ever forget. You’re the person who comes in that room every day, administer their medicine, and gives them the comfort they need. Their lives are in your hands, so make every word and action count because you never know when their last breath will be. Being a nurse is very challenging and comes with everyday obstacles.
Caring in nursing Being in the health profession isn’t the easiest, but it shouldn’t be the hardest either. Especially in nursing when you are in charge of the patient’s pain management. Giving out the right medications at a certain time while keeping track of symptoms they might be experiencing during the day is important. Many people now a day go into nursing for the money and it should not be like that.
Although my grandmother was working three jobs and had many medical problems of her own, she never complained and worked tirelessly to provide for us. We did not have the nicest clothes, and many times we could only buy them from a thrift store. We would get food from a second-hand shop in Texas that sold groceries that had gone past their expiration date. It wasn’t the ideal way to get food, but it was what we had. We never had a stable place to call home, with rent and utilities always increasing, my grandmother unwaveringly forged on.
Reflection on Medication Administration Description (Competency 3j) I have looked over my moral development regarding medicine administration and have noticed there is the need for improved and has been agreed with my mentor to write a piece of reflection to identify areas of concern Feelings One of the major concern is the pace of dispensing and the time spent used to open charts and allocate them is one of my weakness. Although I am learner I need to back up the pace of dispensing so that patient doesn 't feel my skills is dull or boring and waste of time. I Had developed that feeling of being extra careful to avoid drug error and that makes me feel slightly nervous more also being under the influence of supervision as well. Evaluation
I had five different positions that needed to be filled and they were split into eight different shifts giving student a break to attend their classes. I made the deadline for registration forms on November 22. This gave me time to make laminated time cards for each patient that is donating and finalize the appointment sheet. As my appointment sheet began to fill up and the date started to get closer, I decided to reach out to the community.
Through my observation of behaviors, I learned how important a visit could be to an aged individual and how appreciative they were in my time through their gratitude, compliments, and smiles. I gained a valuable understanding of the aging process and the challenges they face with aging. I learned from their life stories and gained a new a perspective on my own life. In
Empathy is a fundamental part of nursing. The more I grew in nursing, the more I have developed an ability to understands the need of my patients. As nurses we have the obligation of being honest with our patients and with our coworkers. Integrity is doing the right thing the right way time after time the way it should be done, even if there is no one there to acknowledge it. The most basic and common nursing theory we practice is Florence Nightingales.
Therefore, patients will gradually feel that they are well taken care of during their stay in the hospital. Without good communication, there will not be a good healthcare service. The Importance of Good Communication between Patient and Health Professional, Journal of Paediatric Haematology and Oncology (2011), wrote that “Communication is the most important component of our work with patients. It is the cornerstone of our interaction with people. A good and an effective exchange between people helps them see what the other person
Especially when it comes to giving medication, details matter. Doctors and patients rely on nurses to be focused and careful. The best registered nurses are meticulous, paying attention to the smallest details because they know just how important they are. Communication is, in my opinion, one of the most important aspects of nursing.
MSW finally got ahold of Vernoina, the office assistent at HEAP Needles. MSW explaned about the Pt 's situation and wanting to get ahold of Daral. She stated Darel has not been out there because HEAP only covers Needles once a year, however, they will get ahold of Darel and have him contact CG and MSW to arrange something to fix the doors, windows and air contisioning if possible.
Plenty of people apply to get accepted into PA school, and the open slots are intensely limited (Pearson). It is important to do exceptionally well in science courses (Pearson). Abby Pearson is currently a student pursuing her Master 's degree at PA school at the University of Oklahoma-Tulsa. She earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Pre-Allied Health in four years at Oklahoma Baptist University in Shawnee, Oklahoma and achieved a 4.0-grade point average. Abby has over one hundred hours of shadowing doctors in various specialties.
There was my mother. She spoke, "Opa had a stroke this morning, he died. " I did not cry. I felt a sense of relief, not just because I got to check out of school early, but for my whole family. Oma no longer had to worry about him getting lost or cleaning up after him, my family no longer saw visiting her house as a chore, and I got to miss school for the rest of that week.
Once everyone was in their seats at rehearsal all the tickets that were to be given to the family members were distributed to the graduates. All of the graduates were split up into their academy and lined up by last name. The names were called and the walks were practiced. Once everyone had taken their practice walkthrough, we were seated again and told the do’s and don’ts of graduation night. I then left graduation rehearsal to go get my nails and makeup done.
Given that her mentality was not severely impaired and she expressed refusal, I ended up letting her wander in a limited area while observing her behavior, and then she went to sleep after an hour or so. Working in a long-term facility requires a lot of clinical judgment and high morale from healthcare professionals because there are many patients with cognitive problems who are not aware of how they are treated. Therefore, healthcare professionals should be an advocate for older patients and respect their rights based on ethical principles. To do that, healthcare professionals should reflect their behaviors frequently to see if they respect patients’ rights, and it is also important for healthcare professionals to get proper education on ethical principles. In addition, it is essential to develop a trusting relationship between a nurse and a patient because in the relationship, healthcare professionals can communicate with older patients about their wishes and care preferences more truthfully and honestly, which in turn helps patients to make decisions about their own treatment and healthcare professionals to feel less moral