First of all, I believe that the profession of nursing is all about people. Care involves the whole patient, and not just a single illness or health concern treated in isolation from the whole. Our holistic perspectives consider all factors of a patient 's life, and give the best quality of life to our patients. Secondly, while human beings are central to nursing, it is also necessary to look beyond the patient to the environment in which he/she lives. This is very important because people are members of a larger community with different features and characteristics that influence greatly our patients, so we cannot separate patients from their environment because they are interrelated.
Nurses around the world believe that their profession is more than just a job, but it’s a way of life. They indeed, play very significant roles in promoting wellness, treatment, recovery, and sustainability of patient’s health. As a practitioner themselves, they are in one heart towards one goal, but more often than not, they are a kind of a patient of their own as well. Nurses are same with other noble professions who have needs, thus, working in this field also calls for a healthy working environment and a sound professional growth to keep them going and to be the best as they can be. The administrators of every nursing care units stand in a gap between quality service and quality people.
I chose this competency because it teaches me that I need to have a positive self-esteem and a great attitude towards my patients, colleagues and every situation in order to be able to provide holistic quality care. 2. The article taught me that fitness to practice, includes being accountable and responsible to cope with stress and know how to balance your duty to care for patients; and an equal duty to ensure that fitness to practice competently does not threaten the safety of patients, co-workers or oneself (p. 8). 3. The article widened my understanding that if I am not mentally or physically fit; it’s impossible for me to care for another and meet their needs and can put patients in danger due to errors.
Patients shouldn’t be viewed as just another ailment or medical diagnosis, but instead as real living, breathing people who need our help and deserve our attention and care. Nurses should be advocates for their patient and encourage them to contribute to their own individual care plan. I also find great importance in keeping a patients confidentiality and unless there is a duty to report. As a nurse the core values should be to focus on the patients needs above your own in order to promote patient health, safety and empowerment. Nursing Organizations that Support my Personal Philosophy/ Political Positions and Stance Two nursing organizations that
War can also be argued to be a good thing since the people that sign up for the war want to help keeps their nation safe, and the soldiers can be considered heroes. Morality is a huge topic that is criticized by society in everyday
I think some of the best ways that healthcare providers can become more culturally competent, is through the training of healthcare providers and future healthcare providers. There should be some sort of training in culture that will facilitate and improve the ability of those in healthcare and those interested to become culturally competent. As a person who is not personally culturally competent, I would love to go out and work in places that are known to have different cultures than what I know, and to observe physicians working in said places. Not only to see different places but to learn the best way to engage with people of different cultures. In doing this, it will facilitate proper, respectful communication and body language towards
Despite these beliefs of the physician, patients are left feeling discriminated against and feel unworthy of healthcare. Physicians go into this career to care for patients and they should go into this career willing to take care of patients of other gender identities, race, and other religious beliefs other than their own.
Before I discus on the potential action plans if at all there is reoccurrences on the similar incident, I would like to stress on that such incidence should not had taken place at all. I strongly believe that all the nurses including me had learned a lot from this incident and we do not wish to compromise another patient’s life by repeating the same error again. However, medication error is not something new in healthcare service. Researchers had identified medication error is the high numbers of incidents involving nursing practice. Therefore, we still need to plan as there is a saying ‘if we fail to plan then we are planning to fail’.
Doctors take care of patients to make this world a healthier place- but that’s not all. Doctors are the necessary catalysts for change and order. They show the world what must be changed through new medical treatments, patient care, and more. Without them, there would be no difference between someone who wants to make a change versus one that actually does make a change. This part of the health field was something I was exposed to at a young age.
He is able to give a memorizing delivery of something most Americans do not want to hear. Making all of the students in the audience and the listeners question their original stance on the state of the country. Everything nowadays is sugar coated with politicians and he is not only trying to get the listeners to trust in him, but he truly wants to make America a better place. Being able to give this topic so much heart and passion is just another way he is able to make his verbal communication in this delivery
Therefore, mentoring programs is also a method that can decrease social isolation, and feelings of inadequacy for the new NP’s. The APRN’s has a potential to contribute largely in the health care system. The challenges in facing the transition of role should not be a hindrance, for the maximum quality of care that they can offer. Transitioning to a novice NP is already very stressful and a lot of process, it is essential for the organizations to provide the mentoring programs and formal orientation. Implementation and identification of the strategies can have a good transformation in preparing the NP’s in their new
I agree with the article, Ibelieve that organization is the key to allowing you to get done the responsibilities that you areassigned. This article influenced me to think deeply about myself by, wondering if I can’t do itwithin that time, will I ever be able to. Can I trust myself enough to finish my responsibilitieswithin the times I am given and can I still give the resident the correct care within this time. Iwill use this information and knowledge to improve my education career or my future in healthcare by, realizing that organization is the key to everything when it comes to having a career inthe health care field. It’s the quickest way and the correct way when it comes to anyresponsibilities such as; paper work or even a residents.Overall, organization within your group of nursing assistants and how accurately you doyour job it the most important thing you could do.