Nursing Contextual Project Sample

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CONTEXTUAL PROJECT ON INTRODUCTION TO PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING PROGRAM NAME: RN---BSN STUDENT NAME: JIMOH RISIKAT IBIRONKE ADMISSION NUMBER: 15625 This contextual project work consist 10 concepts from module entitled introduction to public health nursing block10. I will describe each of the contexts in terms of its meaning critically analyzed for its real life application and will be followed by some references of the current research evidence; real life application will explore possible relationship of the concept with personal, social and professional life. CONCEPT 1 STANDARD CARE FOR PUBLIC HEALTH NURSING PRACTICE Nursing care need to be discharge in systematic problem solving approach so as to make cares…show more content…
The community health nursing process utilizes the traditional nursing process components which are: • Assessment • Planning, • Intervention • And evaluation But these are enhanced by community health nurses in three defined dimensions: 1. Each component involves the Individual/community participation. 2. Many ways of knowing, each of which is important in understanding the complexity and wide nature of nursing in the community. The inherent factor of the wider environment on the individual/community which is the focus of care (e.g. the community will be affected by its own provincial/territorial policies, its own economic status and by the actions of its people). These standards of practice are based on the values and beliefs of the community health nurses, and the use and implementation of the community health nursing process CONCEPT 2 QUALITY CONTROL This concept is taken from module 2:2 entitled quality control. Quality control is a process of maintaining standard of a product by comparing with a specific standard. It is a procedure that a manufacturer uses to ensure that her product or services…show more content…
This external context is made up of various aspects like: role player expectations, recent educational and professional legislation. Standards are the fundamental components of any quality assurance system). Standards give the required direction to the practitioner and must be well defined within the context of a country's; cultural, philosophical and ethical value systems, as well as its socio-economic and political development. The main concern of the study was that if the education of nursing research as well as the total management of nursing research within the nursing department, is put to a test of quality assurance, the result in terms of nursing research will be positive. The research objective is to formulate and validate standards against which quality in nursing research in a nursing department can be valued. The methodological basis for the study Muller’s phases of standard formulation was used as. The optimal, specific standards were formulated using a process which was deductive and validated by using the standards in a department of
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