This is important in case of conflict or if conflict can be avoided. A leader must also be quick at making decisions. Most of all a leader must model their beliefs and cares in order to be respected by peers ( Kelly & Tazbir, 2013, p. 5-6). I viewed this leader as a transformational leader. She had a vision on how the team should progress through the day.
The Organizational Systems class provided me with the information and skills needed to understand the roles of the different regulatory agencies. It also provided me with the Nursing Code of Ethics and Nursing Scope of Practice which constitutes a practical guide on the high quality of care, ethical, moral and legal aspects of nursing safe professional practice, in which I base my daily nursing professional practice. From the Professional roles and Values class, I learned leadership and delegation skills, as well as the importance of good and effective
My instructor was going to watch me, and I told her that I feel unsure of myself. She talked through the procedure with me and with her calm demeanor and assurance I was able to perform that task with no problems arise. Her communication skills helped empower me with confidence needed to execute my task. If she not for her walking me calmly through that procedure I would have missed out on my education. I was lucky enough to do that task two more times and felt comfortable while executing that task.
Th main goal of nursing is to promote the adaptive coping mechanisms of the patient which can encourage wellness. DIFFERENT THEORIES USED IN NURSING CONT’D VIRGINIA HENDERSON DIFFERENT THEORIES USED IN NURSING CONT’D Theory states that the nurse purpose is to assist an individual sick or well, in this contributes to a full recovery of health, or if terminally ill of Critically ill to a peaceful and dignified death as deserved. The nurse however should encourage independency on patients as quickly as possible to enable them to do basic activities of daily living. DIFFERENT THEORIES USED IN NURSING CONT’D FAYE GLENN ABDELLAH DIFFERENT THEORIES USED IN NURSING CONT’D Abdellah’s Theory identifies nursing as a helping profession. Nursing care means doing something for and to the patient, also providing info to the patient for meeting their needs, which encourages patient’s to be in good health.
Implementation phase beginning by assess the staff nurses' knowledge of health care waste management before starting the intervention program topics include definition, sources, important, of waste, segregation of bio medical waste…. ect ,using the teaching strategies in the program were discussion, paper, data show, pen and paper, handouts. The teaching course included 2 parts: The first part was theoretical part which included 5 lectures, 2 hours for each. It was given within 11days. The second part was practical part; this part was implemented within 10 days for each MCH center covered Wash hand, antiseptic hand, personal protective devices like gloves, mask and segregation infectious procedures related to precautions and application
The purpose of this reflective journal is to reflect the lessons we learnt during our preparation of the presentation. In this journal, our selected theme related to nursing leadership and management will be introduced first. Next, the lessons learnt in cognitive, affective and psychomotor aspect of the theme will be discussed. Finally a conclusion will be drawn to summarise the key issues. Key theme selected We have selected the theme ‘Resource management’ to be our key theme.
I felt like I had contributed to Katie’s care. The nurse thanked me for my help and as I was drawing up the saline Katie’s mother smiled at me and told me I would never forget this experience. She and her husband were both very thankful to the staff as they were leaving the hospital when Katie was being transferred. In that moment I felt a part of the team and I was happy that the nurse let me get involved with something that I was competent with and capable of completing successfully under supervision. I think looking back I should have taken initiative and gone to my preceptor before entering the room, so she could have informed and prepared me for what I was about to see.
Analysis of the experience shared above gives me a deeper insight into the importance of values and beliefs in nursing practice. Following these help my future practice and behavior to be authentic. When I reflect back, I recognize that I have used my personal skills and knowledge being competence to provide holistic care to clients with love, respect, compassion and ethical values. It reinforced and made me alert to follow nursing values and beliefs in my profession to practice in order to achieve patient’s
My patients would participate whenever I come near them to perform some basic nursing care such as vital signs taking and bedside blood glucose monitoring. They would also tell their stories and during those times I realized that they are starting to trust me. Gaining their trust means being able to get their approval to participate in their plan of
Reflection on Seminar Introduction This assignment is designed to reflect on the process of teamwork in order to achieve one of the course requirements of legal and ethical principle informing innovative leadership core course module. The aim of this assignment is to look at the reflection of the seminar that allow us to connect, in person, with an audience of the same field. The process of completing this task started by randomly chooses a pairs from mixing different groups of specialties. However, luckily I got my classmate as a pair in this assignment and we plan both to set together and looked at the main points to undertake to complete this task. Brainstorming on the right time helped us to go in the right way as we decided our work in advance and divided it among ourselves.
Practice Dimension/ Ethics/ Resource Utilization: Ms. Cabral applies the nursing process to systems or processes at the unit/team/work group level to improve care. She is the primary nurse for five of our chronic dialysis patients promoting safe high quality care. She involves the patient and their families in monthly interdisciplinary care plan meetings to promote self-efficacy and quality of life. She continually evaluates the patient 's health status. The effectiveness of her patient 's plan of care is reevaluated on a regular basis and changes are made for continuous improvements.
For retention, HCO’s must continue to use personal development programs for nurses, keep attractive worksites, and provide stable nursing associate groups. (White & Griffith, 2012) They must also look at ways to improve communications between staff, as this is crucial to providing a quality care environment. Nursing groups have proven to be the key retaining and recruiting nurses. Those in charge of these groups are referred to as nurse executives or nurse managers. Nurse executives and nurse managers have received additional training from various outside sources.