Being knowledgeable in promoting a high quality of life and optimum health appealed to me. Mastering and understanding the body’s response to diet and exercise intrigued me. Studying the art and science of human anatomy and movement interested me, which resulted in choosing nursing as my career. UCI would be great for me because I am a dedicated achiever of my goals, and will finish the Master of Science in Nursing program with an open mind and a driven spirit. I am not afraid to make mistakes, as I have learned that they are the greatest opportunity for growth.
Nurses perceptions of clinical decision making in their clinical practice has been analyzed and compared differences in decision making in their clinical practice was analyzed and compared differences in decision making related to nurse demographic and contextual variables. It has should that nursing research has concentrated almost exclusively on the concept of research implementation. Few, with some paper examine the use of research knowledge in the context of clinical decision-making. There is a need to establish how useful nurses perceive information sources are, for reducing the uncertainties they face when making clinical decisions. 5.
I am conversant with the general approaches people take when interacting with medical practitioners, and will employ my enhanced social and cognitive skills to be of utmost service. I anticipate cultural barriers that may challenge my competitiveness, however, my adaptability and interpersonal skills will be valuable in successfully performing my required
With all of those qualities combined it opens doors for a wide variety of opportunities that allow you to gain a sense of accomplishment, importance, and responsibility. They each have their own special qualities that make them unique and allow them to pertain to different needs. In comparison, the physical therapy career resonates with me the most. I feel as if I my skill set is better developed in that career and I admire working with a wide variety of patients while showing and examining them rather than being more hands on like chiropractors. Physical Therapy appears to be a very rewarding career that allows you to be one on one with your patients and be a part of their overall progression.
The reflection process begins with thinking about an incident and how the situation can be utilised in future situations. The process consists of being open, this would involve an individual looking at things from a different perspective. In addition, the process would involve being inquisitive, desiring knowledge. With reflection it is important that the individual is honest, which needs to be reflected in written record keeping, this enables others to easily understand what has occurred (Williams et al, 2012). Reflective practice is mainly used to assist nurses and healthcare professionals to gain an
I have since evolved in the sense that I am applying the principles of the Quality Caring Model © to the profession of nursing. My interventions currently consist of taking an affirmative action to serve others, rather than identifying problems and reporting them. Furthermore, I am taking responsibility in researching a dilemma and after that offering to devise a remediation along with exercising a compassionate
The purpose of this reflective journal is to reflect the lessons we learnt during our preparation of the presentation. In this journal, our selected theme related to nursing leadership and management will be introduced first. Next, the lessons learnt in cognitive, affective and psychomotor aspect of the theme will be discussed. Finally a conclusion will be drawn to summarise the key issues. Key theme selected We have selected the theme ‘Resource management’ to be our key theme.
Nevertheless, I believe I still have a lot to accomplish as well as to contribute. I now find myself ready to embark on the next phase of my professional career. I therefore, look forward to another opportunity where I can optimize my learning experience and broaden my knowledge base, so I can better serve my patients and define my place in the medical world. I am a driven and pleasant person that easily establishes a good rapport with others. I work well both within the group and individual settings.
As a nurse, I have also found them as important in providing clients with evidence based care and better outcome. Reading and the quest for knowledge has always been my interest particularly, evaluation of medical and related literatures and journals. This is important to me as I enjoy to know about the health, wellness, their risk factors, various health practices in relation to individuals and their cultural /religious believes. Furthermore, I frequently use interviews to pull together information from clients through the use of quality communication skills to understudy the client’s present and past state of health, wellness and illness and the best possible ways to improve
The therapist I work with encourages me to ask questions, so I benefit and learn from volunteering. They also encourage me to be hands on, and communicate with the patients as much as I can. I believe some of the most important skills to have in any medical field are good communication skills, staying organized, and working under