We promote learning culture in our units, encourage continuous education by organizing group study, unit talk, and conducting intensive program for nurses. Education is very importance in improving our nursing professional standard. I understand that a leader must have character of charisma to attract follower to influence and inspire them. Besides that, a shared vision is important in an effective leadership as it drives the leaders and team members to move forward into ongoing and systematic nursing practice development (Martin, McCormack, Fitzsimons and Spirig, 2014). Reference Cambridge Dictionary.
It involved internal knowledge acquisition training, external proficiency training and academic upgrade training. All these created conducive work environment, displayed a good leadership characteristics that allowed trainee fertility nurse to be responsible and take ownership for making decisions and taking risks as well as challenging the status quo and the generating of new ideas/better ways for sustained performance improvement. At the same time garnered supportive leadership that empowered trainee fertility nurse to stimulate ideas that enable them take ownership of the organization as their own which finally discouraged apathy and initiate staff retention. The survey tools that were administered on the trainee fertility nurses and their seniors were mainly The Bridge Clinic’s standard operative practice(SOP) hand book that is centered mostly on the technical/professional guidelines that are typical of a high profile IVF/ART Center which was used in the internal training, the leadership and management training workshops and resource persons brought in by The Bridge Clinic’s authorities to train their staff. Some of the trainers were ITISA
Nurses should be able to show kindness, respect and empathy towards patients. The caring quality of a nurse is directly related to the sense of well-being of the patient (Ma et al, 2013). Nurses should provide a holistic approach towards caring for clients. Being able to attend to the psychological needs, as well as the physical needs of individuals being nursed is essential in nursing practice. Therefore, caring is an essential aspect of nursing to be able to provide overall satisfaction by the patient being nursed (Merrill et al, 2012).
Nurse administrator has experience and knowledge to lead an organization. These nurses have vision for their health care facility and direct staff members in a positive way to fulfill that vision. They also organize and regulate organization growth, have excellent communication skills and the ability to get along with different types of
Inspirational motivation gives the nurse leader ability to inspire and motivate the nursing staff in a visible active way and form relationship that is nurturing with the nurses and other medical staff. Idealized influence puts the nurse leader on the toe of being an effective, positive role model by doing as says and never asking the staff nurse to do something that the leader him/herself cannot do. The nurse leader is able to be consistent in words and actions that are professional and supportive. Transformational leadership practice improves job satisfaction and patient outcomes and enabling achievement through shared
This study describes the importance of articulating expectations for autonomous practice, enhances decision making and developing nurse’ skills in making decisions. Autonomy is the ability to act according to one’s knowledge and judgment, providing nursing care within the full scope of practice. 3a. PERSONAL CONTEXT I personally have the feeling and confidence that with the ability of nurses to shape departmental and organizational policies and practices related to nursing care great improvement in health care delivering will be sure thereby delivery the best quality of care to patient and relatives. Also understanding this concept and applying it in practice will support the development and sustainability of health work environment.
Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) play an essential role in the healthcare facilities where they ensure that there is the delivery of quality services to the patients. The implementation of the policy of protecting these nurses will have a positive impact on their various operations and how they provide services to the patients. The American Nurses Association has put more weight on protecting the APRNs and ensuring that there is fairness and consistency in their functions across different states in the country (Schwab, Gelfman & Tirozzi, 2005). When they have the right working environment, the APRNs have a chance to save lives and ensure that patients recover with ease by providing them with the right services. On the other hand,
Our one commonality as nurses is our commitment to quality patient care. We know, both individually and collectively, that nurses are regarded as honest and valued by our patients.This is the way a person appears to others, or in the case of a profession, the way that profession appears to other disciplines and to the general public consumers of health care. Image and the perception of the profession impact recruitment of students, the view of the public, funding for nursing education and research, relationships with health care administrators and other health care professionals, government agencies
In health care institutions, the nurse administrators liaise with the nurses and other professionals to promote good communication, they also ensure that the nurses maintain the policies and ethical values of the profession in order to address the ethical problems the nurses face in their day-to-day work. Nurse administrators ensure that the work plan is effectively shared for the nurses at all levels to minimize stress and nurses can meticulously carry out their nursing roles in the care of patients. In the communities, the nurse administrators organize programs like free medical checkups, immunization, seminars to talk on health and also involve the community to partake in the utilization of health care services. The nurse administrator also liaises with the health care workers in the communities to ensure that the needs of the communities are
Patient’s previous experiences had influenced their level of empowerment in decision making. Patient’s who had exposed to encouragement from nurses to actively participate in decision making, felt they were given the rights, and their voice was heard. The concept of patient empowerment in nursing is important as nurses are responsible in planning for discharge preparations for patient (Weiss et al. 2007). Nurses got to ensure that patients have the required knowledge and skills before discharge (Collins, 2014).