It will help me to interact with my clients with the course of dealing with them in the environment. Application of concept of the Current job : Nursing diagnosis is very important for a nurse to plan her client care , by this detail studies it has given me more information and help to give through care plan for my proper nursing diagnosis . Usefulness of the concept of the current world: To the world in general , nursing diagnosis goes a long way to help people to identify how they respond hoe they respond to health problem and life processes and how to intervene in a better way to help people heal or improve their quality of life. The nurse will gather all the data from her assessment and will identify high –priority nursing diagnosis.. Current related
Health care promotion is considered as the responsibility of every nurse. In order to promote health care practices nurses need to understand clearly the term “Health Promotion”. While conducting analysis it is identified that it is essential for nurses to significantly recognise that health promotion is a broader concept. For the particular purpose, it is necessary for nurses to develop distinctive skills and capabilities to reduce health care associated risks and optimise the productivity while effectively lowering the total costs of health related activities. Health promotion is basically a collection of practices through which nurses should motivate individuals for healthy living and better lifestyle management.
Introduction: This assignment will explore the Roper, Logan and Tierney model used in first clinical placement and will explain how it helped to guide nurses to focus on the fundamentals of patient care. Patient dignity is upheld by using this model following the principles outlined in the Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics for Registered Nurses and Midwives as will be discussed. An outline of the philosophical claims of the nursing model that guides practice on the unit for first clinical placement. : Firstly, the assignment needs to define what is a nursing model. A nursing model is a model made up of metaparadigm concepts involving the person, environment, health and nursing.
Nurses strive to ensue that patient need for visit is met before proceeding to the next level of need, nurses also finds out the likely causes of this illness or health problem. They use this opportunity to know the extent the physiologic needs of this patient has been met. Few questions nurses ask include: How many times do you eat in a day, how often do you drink water, how is your environment/home, how is your activity like, what kind of job do you do, do you live alone or with your family. Asking these questions will help the nurse to know more about the patient and determine if there is need to assist in meeting these basic needs. Since a person who is starving or deprived of fluid for a long period of time will center all activities on meeting that need.
Nursing is a science, an art, a helping service and a technology. It is a unique human science and focuses on phenomena related to human health. Nursing science provides the basic of professional nursing care practice. Nursing science will help to analyse and understand the nursing theory, concept and goals of care practice. Goal of nursing is to provide the patient or family member of meeting the patient ‘s self care needs, maintain patient health, recover or regain normal state of health in the event of disease and to stabilize, control or minimize the effect of chronic poor health.
Nursing theories provide a framework for nurses to address different health care problems of their patients, especially for nurses who are lacking nursing experience. Nurses can modify from different models and develop their own philosophy when they have more experience. Different nursing theories have different strength and limitations. Here is a brief discussion of Hildegard E Peplau’s Theory of Interpersonal Relations. Description of Hildegard E Peplau’s Theory of Interpersonal Relations There are four major assumptions in Peplau’s Theory of Interpersonal Relations.
Careful and intelligent planning is required to develop personal and professional career. 2 .Nursing education- nurse educators would identify the right candidate and monitor them with the good theoretical and practical training. Along with that personal qualities of the students are also promoted which would create more skilled, efficient nurses in order to provide quality health services to the individual in specific and community in general. 3 .Post nursing education- this comprises of supervision, in-service education, evaluation, research and registration. Nurses on job must be evaluated periodically in terms of knowledge and performance and in-service education and in-service education needs to be planned on the basis of their needs.
As a nurse, I have also found them as important in providing clients with evidence based care and better outcome. Reading and the quest for knowledge has always been my interest particularly, evaluation of medical and related literatures and journals. This is important to me as I enjoy to know about the health, wellness, their risk factors, various health practices in relation to individuals and their cultural /religious believes. Furthermore, I frequently use interviews to pull together information from clients through the use of quality communication skills to understudy the client’s present and past state of health, wellness and illness and the best possible ways to improve
When a nurse graduates from a program they are expected to continue to learn new things and stay up to date on the current needs of the community. They are also expected to educate their patients and their family or caregiver on how to care for themselves and how to stay healthy. Nursing requires certain characteristics and beliefs to be competent and responsible. I believe that I am capable of being an excellent nurse who patients trust and look to for advice on their health. I am an advocate for my patients, meaning that I need to know what the patients wants
If nurses are unable to perform certain tasks, it is essential that nurses from incoming shifts be able to perform them. The basic handover consists of the patient's ailment, vital signs, bowel movements, nutritional intake and other need-to-know basis doctors or nurses from other shifts would use in order to assess the patient properly. No matter how major or minor, poor communication can