I must admit that as a nurse leader in my department, I have been practicing in a very complex environments and these create a moral distress in me. Jameton (1984) believes that the development of moral distress occurs when one knows the morally right thing to do, but cannot, because of organizational forces. As a leader, it is very difficult for me to coordinate interactions when I am under pressure and this will badly affect myself to be an effective leader. I have to influence my staffs group to accomplish key goals by providing inspirations and motivations so that it functions more efficiently in giving a high quality of patient care in my department. Before that, it is very necessary to know about the approaches to leadership in the first
(Jaana, Ward, Pare & Sicotte, 2006) International council of nurses describes nursing as an autonomous and collaborative care of individuals by prevention of illness, facilitation of healing, protection, promotion and optimization of health and abilities. Not only treating patients, helping doctors diagnosing patients and paperwork is all what nurses are supposed to do but offering advice and emotional support to patients is also a part of nurses’ job. Nurses do need continuous training and education: • To be highly skilled in consistently changing
It will help me to interact with my clients with the course of dealing with them in the environment. Application of concept of the Current job : Nursing diagnosis is very important for a nurse to plan her client care , by this detail studies it has given me more information and help to give through care plan for my proper nursing diagnosis . Usefulness of the concept of the current world: To the world in general , nursing diagnosis goes a long way to help people to identify how they respond hoe they respond to health problem and life processes and how to intervene in a better way to help people heal or improve their quality of life. The nurse will gather all the data from her assessment and will identify high –priority nursing diagnosis.. Current related
Mentoring involves both trust and communication and is an effective strategy to promote the mixing of generations and to encourage learning and sharing. Utilizing this strategy enables nurses ranging in experience to learn from each other's strengths and weakness to deliver the best patient care. Mentoring promotes inclusion of all employees and engages each member of the team (Moore et al., 2016). Sudheimer reflects on her time working with a mentor and notes that after sharing about their personal lives, education, and job expectations, a respect and trust for each other quickly formed (Sudheimer, 2009). Not only can novice Millennial nurses learn clinical expertise from seasoned nurses, Millennials can help older generations adapt to technology and other forms of electronic communication new to healthcare (Fessele, 2009).
They include leading by an example, Advocating for change, respect for other people’s roles and practical communication skills. With this skill as a leader, it provides several opportunities to advance career-wise, the other team of nurses respects you, and at the bedside, you get the attention and care you deserve. Such skills help a leader establish a reliable and robust team that is ready to work without conditions. Influential nurse leaders enhance good relationships between patients and nurses and also create a healthy atmosphere. As a professional nurse, my work environment plays a role in helping me move up the ladder of my career, sharpening my leadership skills and polishing my decision-making skills.
The meaning of professionalism in nursing profession is different meaning to different people. In order to encompass a high-quality working environment, professionalism is very important. Professionalism is a characteristic of productive workplace. In the profession of nursing, each nurse has to display a certain degree of respect and responsibilities to meet the standard values of caring. Professionalism is critical in health care.
When a nurse graduates from a program they are expected to continue to learn new things and stay up to date on the current needs of the community. They are also expected to educate their patients and their family or caregiver on how to care for themselves and how to stay healthy. Nursing requires certain characteristics and beliefs to be competent and responsible. I believe that I am capable of being an excellent nurse who patients trust and look to for advice on their health. I am an advocate for my patients, meaning that I need to know what the patients wants
Therefore, due to the sensitive and intense nature of the nursing practice, taking accountability of one’s actions and words is essential in delivering the utmost care to patients. Before one can argue the relevance of accountability in the nursing practice, it’s important to establish what accountability is. Accountability is defined as “being able to accept responsibility or to account for one’s actions… being answerable to someone for something one has done” (Potter and Perry, 2014). Regardless of the nonspecific definition of accountability, it can easily be applied to the specificities of the nursing practice. In terms of the nursing profession, taking accountability occurs when giving care to a patient.
When functioning at its best, this model helps nurses provide optimal and attentive care. The team leader, which is usually the charge nurse or RN, delegates tasks to the appropriate personnel and team members are accountable to one another and work together. Communication and Delegation in Nursing Shapes Teamwork Effective teamwork is critical for optimal patient outcomes and staff satisfaction. A study from the Journal of Nursing Management entitled "Nursing Staff Teamwork and Job
As the nursing profession evolves, theorists use research and nursing evidence-practice to shape and polish current theories, as well as to develop new ones. One theory that allows nurses to apply the nursing metaparadigm, regardless of their area of practice, is the humanbecoming theory developed by Rosemary Rizzo Parse. In this theory, the author remarks the importance of the true presence of the nurse when interacting with the patients (person) to work along with them (nursing practice) in the process of learning about themselves (environment) and what they feels is better for their health (health) (Wilson, 2016). In order to scientifically prove the importance of theory to the nursing profession, this paper will use scholarly