However, one of my first goals years ago was to get a CNA license. So I reapplied after adequate time had pasted and on May 14, 2015 I went before the Arizona Board of Nursing and was granted my license (CNA LIC#100046606). They have also cleared me to take the NCLEX exam and upon passing, I will receive my RN license. I am exceedingly looking forward to continuing my education and being one of the compassionate, loving, caring and well-respected registered nurses. I have included copies of some letters of recommendation that were written to the university from my current employer as to my character, dedication and passion.
The first year of medical school the student learns science subjects and clinical skills(Hill). Science classes are very important in the healthcare field. Clinical skills help prepare the student for residency. Mrs. Turvey said she “finished medical in 1977(Turvey).” She worked as a nurse for 41 years, 18 of those years she was an OB/GYN. Mrs. Turvey said that she “has her MSN or her Masters in Nursing(Turvey).” A MSN is almost as high as a doctor you can go.
Effective Communication Fosters Positive Working Relationships The quality of relationships between the RN and other team members greatly influences the delegation success and overall teamwork. A productive team is one that has timely ongoing communication, a willingness to collaborate, and initiative from all team members.The following are important points to consider regarding your role and improving communication and relationships with a team nursing model: As the RN, you must clearly define expectations for UAP and LPN reporting on specific tasks. Remember, the patient is ultimately under your care. While you are able to delegate tasks, it 's still your responsibility to see that each task was carried out effectively and safely. If a task was not completed, you will be held accountable.
In regards to who needs to make executive decisions regarding her care if she is unable to, it will be decided ultimately by Holly and Tracy collectively. Input by other family members is appreciated but they have the final word. 3. In regards to Barbs finances, I highly recommend that an account be set up that is for paying her monthly obligations online set up automatically. I also believe that this same account should require two signatures for check writing if the checks are larger and 100.00.
Mrs. K was also asked about her specific achievements during her life. In this way, the client was herself able to see that she had handled crises in the past, including a financial one when she contributed to the family income by working at a legal firm based on her experience prior to getting married This enhanced her confidence and she considered the idea of volunteering at a law firm. Following this, goals were set by the client for the next three months and she herself outlined her priorities which included feeling a sense of belonging, a sense of purpose and activities to that end and a better sleeping pattern. Visits to the church (which the client identified as a source of strength) and a membership of a widow/widower support group were initiated. An increase in her levels of
Transformational Leadership in Nursing Introduction Transformational Leadership is the moral ability of a person to make sound judgment and wise decision to influence and inspire others to perform the best outcome even in the critical situation. It is the ability to guide others not just in words, but also by example. Nurses are able to cultivate trust and harmony and establish good relationship with their patients and co-workers through effective and constant communication and intervention. They respond to the basic needs and expectation (Rousel, 2011), they set aside their personal interest for the benefit of their patients and the organization. Transformational leader promotes health care with genuine concern to consider the emotional sensitivity
ED staff nurses are very pleased with the opportunities that the department is giving them to further enhance and hone their knowledge and skills. The ED staff nurses feel that the nursing leaders and the administration will give importance to their professional growth needed to be effective and efficient care providers. Still on the table 2e statement four, shows that this practice of the institution contributed to the mean (3.07) of the statement that “ An active staff development or continuing educational program for nurses” is highly effective. An active staff development is conducted to develop ED staff nurse competencies, especially in today’s increasingly complex healthcare environment and the emergence of new diseases. Furthermore, active staff development makes ED staff nurses more knowledgeable, sensitive, patient, and dedicated to provide genuine warmth and care (Robinson, Jagim, & Ray,
It shows that the strategy plan which has been implemented is success. To maintain the good quality of nursing care and to achieve the target the top management encourage he nurse educators to continue with the continuing nursing education session two time per month. Besides that, quality department works together with nurse manager to continue with the audit to make sure the patient’s education is maintained (Quigley and White,
With all the pressure and exhaustion they experience, knowing that they have given their best in rendering quality nursing care towards patient wellness was enough. I would be glad to experience it as well and be able to touch people’s lives and provide the care they need. If given the chance and be admitted in the University of Washington’s BSN program, I would be more than glad to learn more and share what I know in the pursuit of providing innovative patient
The mental and affective attachment of ED staff nurses to their organization made them perform their work and tasks properly and quickly. To this end, they have high interest in learning the empowerment techniques and skills which were consistent with findings of Rawat (2011) and Jha (2011). This causes the high motivation of ED staff nurses for staying in the ED and committed to their organization. This study deduced that affective commitment is related to empowerment which is consistent with the findings of Goudarzvand, Chegini, & Kheradmand (2013), Jafari, Moradi, & Ahanchi (2013), Fairuz, Nordin, Adnan, & Sirun (2013), (Malik, Chugtai, Iqbal, & Ramzan (2013), Hashmi & Naqavi (2012), Borghei, Jandaghi, Matin, & Dastani (2010), Bhatnagar (2005), and Bogler & Somech
I was given the privilege to shadow Kerry Pullman, RN on the Med Surge/Telemetry unit at Liberty Hospital. Kerry has been an RN for two years after four years as a certified nurse aid and 3 years as a licensed nurse. Kerry has been working on the med surge/ telemetry unit for almost a year after working in long term care, primary care, urgent care, orthopedics and surgery. When asked Kerry stated the hardest part of being a new nurse was “old nurses” she said that often the old nurses will “eat their young”. We started the day by getting report on Kerry’s patients from the previous shift then going over the patients charts to make sure we had all the information we needed for her patients to provide the best care possible.
Outcome: she led a subcommittee of the hospital Restraint Committee to get the restraint product approved. Twice as Tough Cuff She also developed a training process so that every nursing staff can be trained and ready to go live by the end of September of this year. 70% of staff has already been trained. She presented and taught on the Twice as Tough Cuff restraint during the August 20th hospital-wide Skills Fair. Last, she reviewed and updated the current hospital restraint education power point located on VHATAM