The teaches by knowing the general principles of these theories can use their knowledge more effectively according to various learning situations understanding of learning theories, which form the core of the educational psychology, is important in education to help us in providing an environment for learning increasing the efficiency of the education system and harmonization in education (Joyce, Weit and Calhoun, 2005) behavioural objectives theory such as paulov classical conditioning and thorn dive theory are very import art in clinical training in nursing in particular, in the mental motive area because it can be used as a guide for teaching and evaluation of students’ clinical performance. The found action of education is based on the behaviourism competence (Berman and Snyder,
Utility of The Theory in Education. In terms of education, self-transcendence theory is in the writings of nursing theorists who are influential in nursing education (). These writings share a common view identifying self-transcendence as a foundational concept for the nursing field (Smith & Liehr, 2014). All levels of education may use the theory in courses to support the care of the aging (Smith & Liehr, 2014). The art of acting with older adults at community senior centers is designed to develop more positive attitudes in nursing students (Chen & Walsh, 2009; Walsh et al., 2008).
Nurses are always taught to be observant of their environment and pay attention to detail. The study by Karimi quotes a student talking about observational learning being an important strategy: “in the hospital, and at the college, we observed the way the nurse educators were interacting with each other, with our classmates, and with different patients, and also the way their patience, their work ethic, etc. could be really effective; then we tried to behave accordingly.” (Karimi, 2014) Learning from feedback is an important element, because this is how the individual can self-reflect on what they have done. The feedback that patients or co-workers will provide, needs to be taken into consideration, it does not matter if information is positive or negative. Feedback provides valuable information that can help to make important decision in the workplace.
This requires the nurses knowledge on the ability to judge their patients level of education and observe for patients response. For instance, a person with slurred speech may indicate mental disorder. Thirdly, is to promote practices that mobilize healthy patterns of living with foster personal and familial development that supports self-defined goals of individuals, families and communities. In this case the nurse integrates the role as an educator, advocator and care giver. For example, the nurse educated the client about their health and ways they can
There is also the challenge of having to become involved with quality improvement aspect because it involves having to deal with diverse aspects of the quality related to the patient. The accomplishments can come about in the sense when the head nurse would start recognizing the subordinate working under him/her (Cummings, 2013). This would make the subordinates feel that they are being appreciated owing to which they would start working in a more efficient manner. The skills required to support the performance role is to be able to be willing to work for extra hours. This way, the subordinates would take inspiration from the head nurse regarding work and may look up to him/her and might turn up early for work as well.
Enhancement of interpersonal relations through the use of this theory can enhance a person’s quality of life and Peplau also hoped that through this work, nurses would change how they interacted with their patients (Forchuk, 1993). Today I’m going to utilize Peplau’s theory to be the vehicle for delivering the nursing care to the patient under my care. Peplau believed that if nurses pay attention to what they feel during a relationship with a patient, they can gain invaluable observations of feelings a patient is experiencing, even those the patient has not yet recognized or spoken about (Austin & Boyd,
In the nursing profession, nurses must work together with other healthcare professionals to provide well-organized care for the patient. Therefore teamwork is very crucial to facilitate effective communication and promote positive patient outcomes. Communication is very important when working as a team; knowing when or what to say is important for our patient care. If nurses are able to communicate effectively throughout the patient healthcare experience patients will have more knowledge how to care for themselves independently. Nurses should learn how to adapt and learn how to be open-minded to different culture and situations.
This paper describes the implications of mentorship and it’s impacts in the nursing field. It will discuss how a volunteer can help over come obstacles to help better a program, as well as how this experience has shaped her communication and understanding of a day in the life of a nurse on shift. It will outline the complications and successes of this volunteer, as well as what they have learned from this experience, how it applies to their future career as a nurse, and how it applies to the theme of mentorship throughout the health care field. Mentorship to me is the ability to be a positive, motivational, inspirational and challenging role model for someone, whether you know you may be their role model or not. A mentor is someone who you
Assign task according to their proficiency level. Teach novice nurses and students. Be of good and exemplary behaviour, one who complies with the policies and procedures of the hospital. As a lead nurse also I have the responsibility to facilitate accreditation programs, ensure all quality improvement and assurance programs are done properly, collate and make presentations to the multidisciplinary team, lead my ward in infection control practices. All these require expert proficiency and I try to mentor my staff to become proficient in these areas.
This is because they help safeguard the ongoing excellence in the delivery of personalized patient care while making a major contribution to the development of the nursing profession. This essay explains how to develop learning, teaching and assessment strategies to support the student to achieve a successful outcome. Cassidy & Kreitne (2009) defines learning styles as a range of contested and competing theories that account for variations in a person 's’ education. There are three main learning styles, the visual learners, auditory and kinesthetic learners. Visual learners mainly learn through seeing.