Nurses, who are willing to help other coworkers, and patients, are seen as someone who can be trusted. In order to have a good teamwork in the clinical setting, each nurse must get rid of the selfishness less attitude. For example, on the clinical setting, if the nurse does his task on downtime and sees other nurse needs help, he or she has to step up and help the nurse who needs help. This is the kind of approach that shows a nurse is a team
The patient centred approach becomes very important and well understand by all team members to bring about effective care. APPLICATION OF THE CONCEPT TO CURRENT JOB The function of coordination cannot be overemphasized in a hospital setting. For an effective patient’s care the hospital have to be well coordinated and organized to provide the necessary facilities and personnel required.
When I decided to enroll in becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) last 2009, I know that I would be able to deal with different kinds of people and be able to be part of their healing process during their stay in the healthcare institution. Today, as I become a part of the health team, I learned a lot of things. First is being able to know how to communicate and work with different kinds of people may it be our patient or a coworker. In my every day shift at hospitals and nursing homes, I was able to meet people from different countries with diverse culture. My effective communication as part of the healthcare team was developed for me to be able to know how to talk to them effectively.
Nurses support one another, as well. There must be a supportive structure in place, with supervisors and managers who understand the demands of the job and are able to provide flexibility and comfort. Finally, safety is a key concern for nurses, so any workplace must take safety seriously and make it a
This learning process helped me develop my tact and patience, and appreciate that the care of the patients is the first priority of the nurses. I have also carried out work placement in a hospital that offers palliative care. I relish this opportunity as I learnt that nurses see very challenging patients and need to be not only compassionate and thorough but also comfortable with ambiguity and careful advocates for their
It is a profession in which teamwork between healthcare providers is essential to provide safe and appropriate care to all patients. I believe that nursing is a profession for me, and will continue to expand my knowledge as a nurse by educating myself, growing from past nursing opportunities, applying knowledge, and learning from patients and their families. My vision is to continue to develop my knowledge and grow as a nurse. As I continue to grow and learn about nursing, I believe that my philosophy will evolve with every new experience and will positively impact the client population. I trust that my philosophy of nursing will have a positive impact on my clients as my goal is to consistently provide competent, safe nursing care to all which is culturally safe.
Collaborating as a group benefits everyone involved. The patient has better outcomes, the nurses are provided with a plan of care, the case manager understands the needs of the patients, doctors become of aware of the patient’s current health status, and the social worker works on where the patient goes after hospitalization. As nursing trends continue to grow and change, our focus should always remain the same, which is centered around our patient. Technology will continue to improve, nurses will have easier access to education, and patient care will be provided by collaborative nursing.
Trust is essential element in nurse-patient relationship and it has direct relationship to improve patient wellness. Nurse-patient trust relationship it can be established in long time or in short time it depend on meet the needs of the client, not the needs of the nurse and how the nurse responsible for establishing and maintaining boundaries with pateint. Elaborate During orientation to the Rashid Center for Diabetes and Research (Ajman) I note that the client is entering the room of doctor, educator with happy face and no singe of stress. Also I notes that all the staff nurse in the center they know everything about the patient for example, their background , disease process, even if the patient miss or did not came to his appointment they know which mean nurse they follow up their patient.
While Helen defined professionalism, she described as “personal appearance, having knowledge or seeking out knowledge and speak from a point of knowledge”. A resource nurse believes that professionalism carries the image of an efficient nurse and thus, representing the mission of an organization. Furthermore, professionalism prevents from having any conflicts with other staff and can carry effective communication to other patient and families. Being a resource nurse, professionalism sets examples for other direct care staff to comply
When you are the nurses that is having a predicament that you cannot leave, your other patients are on the back of your mind, and you are hoping the others are helping them if they need it. It is great to know that the others on the team support you, and will help you when you need it. Teamwork assures that all of the patients are receiving care and stay safe while their primary nurse assists with a more urgent
Wendy, I agree with you that not only DIKW hierarchy is good for evidence-based practice but most importantly is communicating to our patients. As a nurse, we are not only providing safe care for our patients but educate them through our knowledge and wisdom that we learned from the information through the classes. We communicate with them to prevent further complication or simply help them to maintain good health. DIKW hierarchy definitely is not only for nursing practice but good for our daily lives. Every day we are learning something new either from our practices or simply watching the news.
Personal Relations: Ms. Martinez worked well with all levels of staff. She practiced cooperation and teamwork and represented the Department in a professional and effective manner. She provided prompt and courteous customer service to participants and promptly responded to inquiries. Her personal appearance and conduct was always professional and courteous.
She listened to my concern and addressed every one of them. Being a medical professional, I am very critical of the medical care I receive and I was over 100% satisfied with my experience. Her care and bedside manner are fantastic. I highly recommend.
My fieldwork instructor has advised me that I am doing great. I demonstrate effective communication, which is necessary to talk to nurses and certified nursing assistants. I was advised there is nothing that I should/could be doing differently now. An occupational therapy practitioner and cna both work on activities of daily living, self-care, and bathroom business.