During my placement at The George Hull Centre, I would invest time to improve my knowledge for my learning goal of health promoting positive discipline. Positive discipline is a topic that has not been discussed yet in the nursing program. This is a very important topic to discuss as discipline effects a child’s mental well-being. As well, it is essential to understand this topic as it impacts the social determinant of health, healthy child development. During the creation of my presentation, I would seek feedback from my preceptor in a timely manner to determine whether I needed to change any terminology or include any additional information. As well, I would seek feedback from other early childhood educators and the manager on whether my
“What Do You See? Dignity in Care” is a short inspirational film by Amanda Waring. She is also an actress, writer and film maker who is rigorously campaigning for improving elder’s care. She is actively working on behalf of older people and trying to create awareness for ‘compassion care’ with regards to elderly bed-ridden people. This short film is an eye opener and is being used in the training sessions of care staff. Her CDs, books, films, and workshops are transforming the perspective of elderly care (Waring, 2010).
Today, On Wednesday, September 9, 2015, I attended a beginning of the school year healthcare meeting. The annual meeting was conducted by one of the school nurses and it included all of the second grade teachers. Before today’s meeting I had never attended a health care meeting, but I certainly knew of the importance of having a good relationship and communication between school nurses and educators. A teacher’s responsibility includes so many variables including and foremost a student’s care and safety. Additionally, School nurses help educators in ensuring and caring for student’s and their healthcare needs.
As part of my developmental learning for final year of social work is my emerging practice framework. A practice framework is designed as a tool for practitioners (Connolly, 2006). It is a statement about how I will practice as an emerging social worker. This semester I will work on this document throughout my final placement. This critical reflection on practice will identify and critically analyse the building blocks of my emerging practice framework, as evidenced through my own practice. It will document and analyse my engagement of social work practice from my placement experience.
This essay is a reflective piece of writing about the critical indecent of a medication error that occurred during my placement. It is a very concise piece of writing due to limited word count of 1500 words. Duke and Appleton (2000) did a literature review and devised a framework of critical reflection, which illustrates eight stages as compare to Gibbs’s (1998) reflective model that consist of six stages. I chose Gibbs reflective model not only it is easy to comprehend but also to illustrate a critical incident. The Gibbs’s reflective cycle comprises of six stages, which are description, feeling, evaluation, analysis of the incident, conclusion and an action plan. I used these stages as a guidance tool during the process of reflective essay about my critical incident (Parsons and White 2008).
The last three clinical weeks at the Long Term Care Facility have provided me with real life situations to enforce the SILC clinical skills and improve my therapeutic communication. This experience has helped shaped me as a professional by allowing me to develop essential skills that contribute to the holistic care of nursing. A significant improvement that I developed following this experience included my assessment skills during every resident interaction. During these resident encounters, I began to address the resident’s overall well-being and comfort rather than just the current problem. I started incorporating questions about pain, how the resident slept at night, their current mood, and many other questions addressing the resident’s status as a whole.
What is reflection? Reflection is described as the process individuals use for self-development in their future career. The process of reflection has been used for many years in professional health fields such as midwifery and nursing (Lillyman. S & Merrix. P, 2012).
After reflecting on all that you have learned in this course, share what you believe is one current trend in the human services field in meeting the needs of individuals, families, and/or the community.
My experience with code enforcement relates to the knowledge I obtain through compliance trainings. Approach every individual with a customer-centric attitude, no matter the situation. Properly articulating, patience and good steering ensures that everyone is working towards the same goal as we attempt to develop a collaborative solution. In addition to remembering that peer pressure is real, your positivity will suddenly shift on to that individual.
Although reflection is an imperative foundation of nursing practice, it is only effective in promoting future clinical practice when the practitioner continually identifies their weaknesses and strengths to support their personal growth. They will also be required to develop this process during their practice to improve outcomes for service users (Johns, 2013). In accordance to the NMC revalidation process (2015) school nurses are required to provide a record of their knowledge and how it promotes their clinical practice. Clinical reflection is identified as a recognised educational tool for this process (Queens Nursing Institute, 2015). This evidence highlights the importance of the the student school nurse’s role in reflecting on this critical
I have a weighted GPA of 3.9 and I 'm 48 out of 170 Brevard students for my class rank. I received an invitation my sophomore year to apply to the NHS. In high school regular core classes I took honors and one AP class a year. I took this class to preae me for collage class becasue they are hard then the regaule ones.I have lerand more conxplet topic than those taugh in the regaulr class.This has also made a better student that works faster and impoverd the qualicted of my work.My junior and Senior year I have made excentle grades and the class have been siguemlty hard too. I 've worked really hard for the grades especially in spring when I participate in Track I travel several times a week and it can be a challenge on my time so I
Patient 4: Meredith B., Female age 38. She’s a lawyer/rep. With an annual income of $102,000. She has type one diabetes and is expected to live eight months without the procedure.
Time passes really fast and I have already worked as a part-time waiter in this Japanese restaurant for two and a half years. Today is my last day at work and I have a lot to share, not only the most memorable experience I had while working, but also what I have learnt since I chose this job.
Over the semester I have learned many new aspects of social work that have helped deepen my understanding of what social work is really about. This course has taught me things that will help me become a better person and will also help me with my future working with children.
Over the past one and half month, the class of PDE 502 (Counselling and Career Education) has taught me some major lessons for life in dealing with the clients in response to their emotional needs. The role of a counsellor is not unlike that of a friend where by it is nurtured by being in each other’s company, talking over everyday issues and sharing feelings. However, what sets a counsellor apart is their experience and the ability to apply counselling theories and techniques to assist people in gaining awareness, insight and explore ways of solving their own issues.