In my creative representation in part A, I have shown respect, teamwork, commitment, excellence, compassion, competence, courageous, justice and accountability as the main values and beliefs that need to be followed by a nurse. Following these values help to provide a high quality standardized care to the patients resulting patients satisfaction. These are the values and beliefs I follow and consider important as a nurse to accomplish high quality patient
Because of this implanted motivation, nurses are reinforced to reach higher levels of growth. Nurses also feel that they are valued when transformational leaders reach out to them; they get excited to participate and share their knowledge that also contributes to strong cooperation or openness. The real benefit goes to their patients during their intervention, when transformational nurse leader listens attentively to the needs of their patients. This leadership style also increases the image and reputation of the hospital or clinic within the community that they
Post 1 part 3 Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Post 1 part 3 Certified Nurse Practitioner Based on Mary’s experiences and interest, I would recommend that she becomes a certified nurse practitioner (CNP). The advantage of this role is that she will directly interact with the patients and hence be of maximum benefit to them (Pierce & Belling, 2011). The position is also fulfilling since one gets to gauge their performance over time due to the direct feedback from the patients. Besides, working in this role attracts higher salary due to the high educational background and the number of tasks assigned (Naylor & Kurtzman, 2010). Aside from taking care of the patient’s therefore, Mary would be assured of a stable income
As a nursing manager we should promote in health care setting to have a successful use of technologies in daily health care practices to make their work effective which will help to our objective and improve motivation and job satisfaction, and also decrease the gap between the health care professional and patients , as (Bernardo ,1998 ) also said that fast changing setting, nurses must hold close and adjust to technology if it intends to be a important and dominant in the healthcare
DELEGATION Delegation in nursing helps the administrators to concentrate on on other managerial functions, and delegating the nursing job to the staff nurses. It increases the quality of nursing care because more hands are involved in rendering the services. It enables the staff nurses to improve and expand their skills and knowledge.
As once thought of as mere assistants in the healthcare field, nurses have emerged as patient 's primary care and safety providers. From the evolution of the nursing profession comes two essential themes: patient safety and nurse advocacy. The primary goal for nurses is to provide the best safety for a patient so that they may get the best care possible. Nurses have become advocates for change, adopting new techniques and treatments while ensuring the safety of the patient is upheld and uncompromised. As the role of nurses continues to expand, it is important to remember how the profession has developed and be open-minded to new advancements.
Nurse leaders are one of the most important factors in creating a positive work environment (Dempsey& Reilly, 2016, para. 34). A positive work environment is a place where nurses feel valued and supported (2016, para. 34). A way nurse managers can improve the work environment for staff nurses is to ensure that there is appropriate staffing and that patient load is not only be based off of volume, but also based on patient acuity, the nurses experience, and skill set (2016, para. 34) Further, it is important that equipment and resources are readily available and in working order because if equipment is not then this can cause frustration among staff nurses, which can also be dangerous for staff and patients (2016, para. 34). It is also important to note that hospitals that earned Magnet recognition had expressively better patient and nurse outcomes than other hospitals.
Effects of Bullying and the Lack of Mentoring of New Nurses The time is quickly approaching for a young nurse to report to the hospital for her shift. The all too familiar sensation of doom is coming over her as she enters the ward she works in. She worked hard in school, received top grades and great praise from her professors. She is now questioning her decision to enter the nursing profession.
ED staff nurses are very pleased with the opportunities that the department is giving them to further enhance and hone their knowledge and skills. The ED staff nurses feel that the nursing leaders and the administration will give importance to their professional growth needed to be effective and efficient care providers. Still on the table 2e statement four, shows that this practice of the institution contributed to the mean (3.07) of the statement that “ An active staff development or continuing educational program for nurses” is highly effective. An active staff development is conducted to develop ED staff nurse competencies, especially in today’s increasingly complex healthcare environment and the emergence of new diseases.
The mental and affective attachment of ED staff nurses to their organization made them perform their work and tasks properly and quickly. To this end, they have high interest in learning the empowerment techniques and skills which were consistent with findings of Rawat (2011) and Jha (2011). This causes the high motivation of ED staff nurses for staying in the ED and committed to their organization. This study deduced that affective commitment is related to empowerment which is consistent with the findings of Goudarzvand, Chegini, & Kheradmand (2013), Jafari, Moradi, & Ahanchi (2013), Fairuz, Nordin, Adnan, & Sirun (2013), (Malik, Chugtai, Iqbal, & Ramzan (2013), Hashmi & Naqavi (2012), Borghei, Jandaghi, Matin, & Dastani (2010), Bhatnagar (2005), and Bogler & Somech