As graduation approaches, I continue to look forward in starting my journey in nursing. By graduating high school with my Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), this allows me to have a jumpstart on my career. I will continue to try my best at everything until my goals have been accomplished, just like Angie did. Both myself and Angie has numerous similarities in the career of nursing, including what motivated us, why we wanted to go into it, and how it has affected our lifestyles. Nursing requires human beings
It is a profession in which teamwork between healthcare providers is essential to provide safe and appropriate care to all patients. I believe that nursing is a profession for me, and will continue to expand my knowledge as a nurse by educating myself, growing from past nursing opportunities, applying knowledge, and learning from patients and their families. My vision is to continue to develop my knowledge and grow as a nurse. As I continue to grow and learn about nursing, I believe that my philosophy will evolve with every new experience and will positively impact the client population. I trust that my philosophy of nursing will have a positive impact on my clients as my goal is to consistently provide competent, safe nursing care to all which is culturally safe.
Nursing positions and specialties are available in today’s dynamic healthcare industry. Nursing is to help prepare nurses to take on these expanded roles, where acute and coordinated care, advanced theory, and critical thinking. These things are career possibilities for highly skilled nurses. There are a few reasons why I have chosen Registered Nursing as my career is that it’s a career in nursing that offers plenty of choices and adapt you to profession to fit your lifestyle. They also have great hours, and have a mobility outlook on understanding things.
They need to have the knowledge and skills to improve both the safety and quality skills - that they will learn in nursing school. "The mission of QSEN is to address the challenge of assuring that nurses have the knowledge, skills, and attitudes (KSA) necessary to continuously improve the quality and safety of the healthcare systems in which they work (Tolansky & Moore, 2013)." QSEN is making sure that the nurses provide high quality, safe care and it helps them to meet the challenges of healthcare - that is improving - as they move from applying the six QSEN competencies. "The major QSEN contribution to healthcare education was the creation of six QSEN competencies (modeled after the IOM reports) and the pre-licensure and graduate-level knowledge, skills, and attitude (KSA) statements for each competency (Cronenwett et al., 2007)." The six competencies of the QSEN is patient-centered care, teamwork and collaboration, evidence-based practice, quality improvement, safety, and
Quality Nursing Care - Summative Essay Abby Smith A8a Introduction I will be using Driscolls model of reflection (2007) to look back and reflect on how my concept of Quality Nursing Care (QNC) has advanced and also how that has adapted me for practice. Reflection is a crucial tool to help achieve continuous lifelong learning in the nursing profession because by using this tool Nurses can collate both their academic understanding and nursing practice. (Fawcett, 2006). Reflection can be used to educate ourselves by looking back on previous care given and seeing how it can be improved. (Peate, 2016).
The mentor will help the newly graduated nurses in performing their tasks and assignments. Having great experiences, especially in the specialized area helps the mentor to guide and deliver knowledge and skills to the newly graduated nurses, so that they are able to develop their essential skills in clinical settings. The mentor holds huge responsibility towards preparing future nurses who are competent enough to serve in the community (Pellat, 2006). Just like the senior staff nurses who act as a mentor in mentorship, newly graduated nurses who act as a mentee also play important roles and require full commitment in order to strengthen their competencies. The success of the mentorship program is closely tied to the relationship of the mentor and mentee.
They are there to help you talk about it. Especially if you have questions about your infant. Neonatal Nurses take care of infants that are born with any kind of complications or if they are premature. Nurses and Doctors are there to help you get through the tough times, and to inform you about your child or children. Coming into the nursing career you will face anywhere from eight to twelve hour shifts each day.
Professional identity stands as a component of an individual's life that does not end upon graduation; throughout a life, an individual continues to develop his or her professional identity, as he or she continues in the profession. During this next semester, I would like to focus my attention on advancing both my personal and professional side of my development. To develop professionally, I must encompass myself in learning opportunities, form lasting relationships with nursing leaders, and continue to engulf myself in my academics. The foundation I create during nursing school will serve as the ground I build the rest of my professional identity on. Throughout the next year nursing school, I will continue the progression towards building a rewarding professional
IHI Certificates and FEMA Certificate- Current and Future Practices The IHI and FEMA Disaster Management certificates I completed was, shared decision making, quality in health care and introduction to the incident command system for healthcare/hospitals. All of these topics are very relevant to my current and future nursing practice. Shared decision-making and quality in health care are fundamental components to a nurse daily practice. It is our ethical responsibility as health care professionals to provide quality care and involve patients in their care. Quality in health care is involved in every decision we make and providing quality care will have a positive impact on our patients currently and in their future.
Providing professional medical service is of great importance, but, to my mind, the most valuable thing especially in the healthcare sphere is kindness and sympathy to all patients without exception. Such attitude to my work keeps convincing me all the time that nursing was the right choice. Nowadays, nursing is deemed to be one of the most demanding professions offering new challenges every day. It is true. My current work as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) at Heartland Hospice Decatur includes high quality healthcare as an in-demand per-diem CNA within surgical, rehabilitation, home-healthcare and acute-care.
She suggested it would be a great fit for my professional aspirations. Shadowing her and asking in depth questions to her students in the AGNP program, further affirmed my ability and commitment to compete in the rigorous curriculum. After researching the role of an AGNP and FNP, I learned that now more than ever before, there is a strong reliance on Nurse practitioners for patient care management. For these reasons, I wish to become an Adult Gerontology or Family Nurse Practitioner. I am thankful for my experience as an STNA and Restorative Aide at Darby Glenn in addition to my time at UD.
Being a Cook Children’s nurse resident has been a dream of mine since I started nursing school. I feel that the nurse residency at Cook Children’s will aid in transitioning me from being a novice nurse to becoming a more confident and competent nurse. I wish to be a Cook Children/’s nurse resident because I want to take part in the preparation that is received to facilitate the shift that is needed to provide excellence in quality and safety in extraordinary care. At the completion of the nurse residency I expect to have been given to opportunity to better the charting and documenting that is necessary for each patient. Also, because this is a magnet hospital I would start seeking certification in the area that I will be working at.
In addition, exposure to wide variety of casework and early operational exposure to optimize experience in the operating room is important. I would also be very interested in pursuing research to complement my clinical training, especially given my strong background and experience in research. I am confident that your excellent attending clinicians will support me as I pursue becoming a skilled surgeon, a teacher, and most importantly, a life-long
In addition, the nurse educator must have excellent communication skills, be creative, be flexible and possess excellent critical thinking skills. According to Clark et. Al. (2015), “In order to support changing roles and increased responsibilities, a Master’s qualification has been viewed as a tool for legitimacy of nursing as a professional occupation, strengthening the clinical credibility and confidence in a nurse” (pg. 332).
My 6- word memoir is a way of explaining the difficult time me, and my baby girl went through. On December 19 of 2013 I went into labor that morning to have a C-section. Everything went through so well until after they took my baby to put her in the NICU. Which is the neonatal intensive care unit. I did not know this would be so hard to deal with, but it was.