This framework is a useful standard against which the professional behavior of a nursing practitioner must be measured. The Nursing Staff Supervisor (NSS) can refer to this standard (or standards of ethical behaviors) when resolving ethical issues in nursing practice. In situations wherein the ethical issues are so complicated to be resolved at the hospital level, the ANA may be able to step it within a pre-defined parameter, to extend their institutional ethical expertise to help resolve the ethical issue involved (Wood, 2014). Nursing associations oftentimes have a dedicated ethics committee who are comprised of ethics experts over issues relevant to, or uniquely encountered only in, the nursing practice.
This will help in increasing the enrollment of more students into nursing. Loan programs with no interest will also be initiated in nursing schools for registered nurses who want to enroll in advanced nursing courses. Addressing the shortage of nurses there can be an increase in wages. This strategy will aid in retention of skilled nurses already in the job, it will also increase recruitment of registered nurses who had intentions of changing their profession. Pelayo (2013) argued, “The loss of experienced faculty members would cripple the educational system if there are not enough nurse educators to replace faculty as they retire.” Nurses will be encouraged to mentor students and involve the younger generation into taking up nursing courses.
Discussion of Evidenced-Based Practice as a Science The science of nursing is based on evidence-based practices and constitutes the core of nursing. What is wrong with the patient? Why are they here? What information do you have to support your care plan? What subtle changes in their condition are important?
It requires an understanding of the care seeker 's culture and acknowledging what matters to them while caring them in the same as other individuals. Article: Culturally Competent Care: Are we There Yet? The paper is written by Gloria Kersey-Matusiak, PhD, RD and focuses on culturally competent care among nurses. The paper tries to define the competent nursing care, explains it significance in our health care community, introduce a cultural assessment tool, and discusses how the knowledge of culturally competent care can be used in the practice. Introduction to the Culturally Competent Care Firstly, the paper introduces a series of important questions a nurse should ask him/her about the importance of cultural competence in patient 's care, the assessment tool which is more feasible to use according to each specific population, and how that knowledge would help to improve patient 's care and reduce healthcare disparities especially for minorities.
It is intended to check its educational use, its application and its role in the achievement of consensus communication between the nurse and the user as a requirement to make learning about the self-care place. This study emerges from the observed finding that, at times, the vision and the meaning of the metaphor used by professional didactic intentions not always match image and the sense of the user, causing them to be a source of confusion in the communication process and the understanding of their State of health. As a result, that could affect the application of treatments and care. Metaphors are present in all areas of the health sector. "We could say that it is (the metaphor) omnipresent e fills our thoughts, forming an integral part of it and the language and even that is irreplaceable since it helps us to better understand our world and ourselves" (Gutierrez,
They all require facts on which they can base their professional practice. Nurses in the course of their professional practice are seeking for new knowledge to improve patients care. Nursing practice will expand through reported findings from research hence promoting evidence based practices and accountability for car related decisions. 3.1 PERSONAL CONTEXT Personally I am able to apply some research findings which are descriptive in nature to the care of my patients. For instance, the importance of frequent simple hand washing to minimize infection is always uppermost in mind.
Research in Counseling The purpose of this paper is to know the importance of research in the field of counseling. Address the importance relationship between research and counseling. This paper will also discuss the importance roles and responsibilities of research in the field of counseling. It is important to be aware of the ethical and legal consideration when working with clients. Research is vital in the field of counseling because it provides with proper data on the impact and effectiveness of counseling.
It states that the scope of an advanced practice nurses will differ between nurses. The advanced practice nurse has the responsibility of practicing within their individual and professional scope of practice. When adding new procedures to their scope of practice there are considerations they should take. Firstly, they must identify why the new practice is needed and how it will benefit the patient. Furthermore, they must be knowledgeable of any regulations preventing the practice of being put into play.
For step three and four, the nurse must critically appraise the evidence and integrate the evidence with clinical expertise and patient preference and values. The nurse must question the results of the study and determine that they are relevant in the search. After, the nurse must come to a conclusion about the studies and decide whether they have the same results or support her change. When the nurse deems the information useful the change must be weighed against the variables that will also influence patient