Since they are still less experience they need the positive role model from external factors, for instances: Senior doctor or supervisor and others medical team may impede the learning spirit when they meet the role models in an outside estimates. Meanwhile, other factor is (2) narrowing the gap between student and other support system (hospital management, hospital staff, academic opportunities) apparently determine them to try new opportunity in real field and harmonious with conducive environment to enjoy the work load. These results confirm the association between time commitment by clinical teachers, senior doctor, and active involvement of the residents to build wellbeing around internship learning process (White, 1995). Parallel with this, Holland (1985, 1997) postulated that internship environments could be arranged to strengthen the bridge between academia and clinical settings, and ultimately
I think my strength would be in teamwork, which I have been practiced in my current job as a registered nurse. Some international work experience would be a good thing when applying a job from WHO, or at least work experience for example from National Institute for Health and Welfare in Finland. Working in WHO would be a dream for me, but I understand that the requirements are high. International work is very interesting option for me in the future. One of the reasons for me to apply to study Health Sciences was to get international working experience.
The role of clinical nurse leader actualized by AACN focused on improving the healthcare environment and patient care outcome. The bigger concept of introducing new educational program was to develop leadership qualities in nurses (Wilson et al). In addition, nurse leaders advocate the organization and the staffs since since they are well educated with advanced modern
However, I am aware that the beginning of effective leadership would be by developing a vision of the organization where a nurse leader serves. Coming up with a picture of what would be a future of excellence in delivering nursing care in the organization would be crucial in motivating and raising commitment among the other nurses. As a nurse leader, the vision that I would hold dear would be to ensure I have the capacity to make sure that the systems in place benefit individual needs of the patients in a manner that patients are always handled with respect and dignity while the work that nurses perform is respected and valued. For this to be met, there is a need for the nurse leader to assist the other nurses grasp the envisioned picture and remaining at the forefront in directing the others on where to go. Subsequently, I would want to be the kind of a nurse leader who can enable the staff to grasp the vision, to make sure the appropriate people assume the nursing roles and to model the behaviors that are desired of the other
Using SWOT analysis, the “Strength” would be to motivate and engage registered nurses who are supportive of the management and leadership of the nurse managers. Using eIMR has the potential of reducing healthcare cost and medication error; which can enhance patient safety (Spratt and Dickson, 2088). It can also promote positive attitude of nurses towards computerisation (Kipturgo et al., 2014). “Weakness” in SWOT analysis would be the time and resources required to train the nursing staff in using the eIMR system. Extra budget is needed for training the nursing staff and a new IT support teams is needed for the new system.
When combined, these traits will make one successful in the nursing profession. During the education period, the nursing student will learn the necessary skill sets and subjects relevant to the nursing practice at, and above, the level of degree the student is pursuing, along with on the job training, in order to ensure that the baseline knowledge is adequate. There is a lot of technical and clinical information that the one will need as a nurse: critical thinking and communication skills, patient assessment skills, understanding disease management protocols and development of care plans (just to name a few), most of which is only obtainable through college or technical
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It is clear that principle of job enrichment is applied by increasing workload to an existing task. This attitude of increasing responsibility has the propensity to reduce turnover and increase productivity. However, it is obvious that these role will be added to an already existing task, what is not clear though, is the level of job control power given to the employees of HIS
Therapeutic communication is part of the art of nursing that determines a better positive outcome within the scope of practice. Gestures, gaze, touch and expressions should be unique as per the culture of the community (Zangaro 2010). Skilful communication promotes great quality care for patients. One of the new effective clinical communication tools in health service executive is ISBAR (Identify-Situation-Background-Assessment-Recommendation) for effective communication between multidisciplinary team. In this cost containment atmosphere(W H O 2014) nurses are physically and mentally facing many challenges to attain maximum productivity with minimal cost (BUERHAUS 2009).
This also leads into ethics and making the proper decision for the patients. The bachelors prepared nurse is taught the critical evaluation skills and is able to evaluate the ethical aspects of the career at a higher level. After even a couple semesters in this program, I find myself looking at situations experienced on my unit very differently than ever before. I find it much easier to help families deal with the difficult situations that they may be faced with. As a bachelors prepared nurse there is a commitment to higher accountability and critical thinking.