Nurses must explore ways to address the idea of wellness with each patient, and that is done by education and assessments. Nurse’s must have a clear understanding of the perspective of their patient’s health, and how to intervene to improve the overall quality of health for each patient. This is also done by getting a detailed assessment of the patient’s environment. Environment is made up of their social background and history. A patient’s environment is also made up of internal health.
These four factors combined help students to understand the patient and providing the best care. The nursing department values the integrity of the diversity of students, promotes health, hope, and caring to the human condition, and promotes excellence in the commitment of continuous growth, education, improvement, and understanding (NLN, n.d.). Nurses must use communication, critical thinking, evidence based research, problem solving, and effective decision making for the delivery of safe, quality care of the patient (CSI Nursing Department, 2014). The CSI Nursing Department mission and philosophy related to the values in the nursing specialty organizations in that they all emphasis the care of the patient and emphasis values that are different in their level of the care. Excellence and providing effective patient care is seen mostly in every organization values because education is the background for providing the best care.
The average annual wage for any registered nurse was $67,490. Employment of registered nurses is projected to increase 16 percent from 2014 to 2024. To advance in my field of work I would need to acquire a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree. This will allow for me to become a specialized nurse in the field of Pediatric Oncology. To gain experience in pediatric oncology nursing, many hospitals are willing to provide internships,.
To test this, MCSS and MBI were used. The findings showed some associations between the subscale scores on the new scale and levels of burnout for both groups of nurses. For example, ‘finding time was negatively correlated with emotional exhaustion and depersonalization subs cores on the MBI for both groups (Winstanley
(2016) conducted a cross-sectional study in which they examined national representative data of hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries and they found that patients treated by female doctors had lower 30-day mortality and readmission rates when compared to those treated by male physicians within the same hospital. According to the researchers, female doctors are more likely to adhere to clinical guidelines, provide preventive care more often, use more patient-centered communication, perform as well or better on standardized examinations, and provide more psychosocial counseling to their patients than do their male peers. This differences among female physicians and their counterparts has profound implications for patient outcomes, satisfaction being one of them. Motivated by Tsugawa et al. (2016)’s study, Wallis et al.
Implementation of the suitable exercise for the patients with the risk of fall, results in the less incidence of the fall. Psychological diseases are more common in the elderly patients, because these patients are on the chronic dosing of the antipsychotic drugs. Withdrawal of these antipsychotic drugs, results in the lesser incidence of fall in the elderly patients. Instead of practicing fall prevention programme on all the elderly patients, it was implemented to the targeted patients i.e. fall risk patients.
Learning from medical practice, I have put these skills into my life by applying them to my tutoring sessions. I have applied them by explaining concepts that may seem difficult to students and make them understandable to each individual’s unique style of learning. Also, I have practiced the concept of situational awareness. When having multiple students it is important to give them all equal opportunity and make sure they are not getting distracted. By being aware of their actions throughout the session, it places them all in a learning environment where the students and I work as a team to dissect and further analyze problems in their course.
Health care professions are some of the most challenging, yet rewarding occupations today. The health care team works together to bring quality medical care and treatment to patients. Registered nurses are highly respected and continue to be an essential part of the health care community, according to the Bureau and Labor Statistics, “nurses are the largest health care occupation.” Registered nurses job description focuses on patient care, some of the many responsibilities of nurses are the following: observe patients and record observations, maintain patients medical records, work with physician and medical staffing to devise a plan of treatment, administer medicine and treatments, and instruct patients and family members of such treatment
Introduction: Before the education of nurses took place in institutions of third level, nursing evolved into a practice that included teaching and demonstrating healthcare actions to patients, their families, other healthcare workers and the community at a large. (REF). Learning is the process of transforming experiences into knowledge, skills and attitudes, values and feelings. (REF). There are various learning theories that give insight into how a person learns.
Including health history, prior surgical history, secondary diagnoses, family history, number of recent sexual partners, allergies and current medication regimen. This patients priority needs further teaching about STIs and safe sex practices. The combination of data guides the nurse to the appropriate nursing