The issues of competency based education and training in nursing area becoming one of the challenges by the organization within structured a set of curricular in the nursing college and universities. The curricula is beginning and depends on the institutions in offering effective curriculum within to structure the needs to build students in becoming competent in the workplace (Kouwenhoven, 2010). Nursing competency based education and training aims to provide competent students through the acquisition of competencies and further organizational development of the students’ competencies. The concept of competency based education is interpreted as a set of generic abilities that beyond knowledge and skills (Infirmary, 2005; Kouwenhoven, 2010).
The second poster was “Expert Performance” and the purpose was examine the transition from nursing student knowledge to novice nurse practice. The research method used the Walker and Avant method of content analysis and electronic databases were used to gather studies regarding expert performance and simulation. The findings found that expert performance develops over time with knowledge and practice. Simulations provide nursing students with active learning, reflection, and feedback opportunities that play a role in developing expert performance. The third poster was “Telecollaboration: A Concept Analysis”.
Mentoring involves both trust and communication and is an effective strategy to promote the mixing of generations and to encourage learning and sharing. Utilizing this strategy enables nurses ranging in experience to learn from each other's strengths and weakness to deliver the best patient care. Mentoring promotes inclusion of all employees and engages each member of the team (Moore et al., 2016). Sudheimer reflects on her time working with a mentor and notes that after sharing about their personal lives, education, and job expectations, a respect and trust for each other quickly formed (Sudheimer, 2009). Not only can novice Millennial nurses learn clinical expertise from seasoned nurses, Millennials can help older generations adapt to technology and other forms of electronic communication new to healthcare (Fessele, 2009).
Yousey (2013) published the example of such research. The author found that “unfolding case study” in online nursing education could be useful strategy to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills. In the experiment, future nurses had to develop case study using online resources and autonomous learning. Case study is the small-scale research orientated on one disease in order to find the most feasible way to cure it for a particular person (Yousey 2013, 23). Firstly, medical students chose any chronic disease and created a plan for their case study.
Enabling Professionalism reflection This is a reflection on continuing professional and personal development in practice. This reflection is to allow me to improve profeesionally with supportive, evidence based literature and to enable me to evaluate the impact my professional behaviour as a student and future midwife. My learning need is to focus on the importance of professional behaviour when on placement and working with women, their families and members of the multi-disciplinary team (MDT). My main source of guidance is Enabling Professionalism in Nursing an Midwifery Practice (2017). “The competence or skill expected of a professional” (oxford dictionary 2017).
This “Readiness for Change” will assess the likelihood that nurses will use the evidence-based material that is provided based on a series of questions utilizing a ranking format. The post-test will assess the nurses for the quality of the proposed material. Evaluation is measured based on the survey questions; whether nursing staff completed the training, did they participate in pre and post-assessment surveys if nursing staff see potential in the proposed evidence-based teaching material provided if developing a nurse-patient relationship will be an effective tool to prepare these mental health inmates to reintegrate back into society. Impact and quality are measured by specific teaching materials being evaluated by nursing staff for the desired
CRITICAL ANALYSIS 1 NURSING EDUCATION Nursing is a dynamic, therapeutic and educative process in meeting the health needs of the society assisting the individual or family to achieve their potential for self-direction. Education brings change in behaviour of the individual in a desirable manner; it aims at all round development of an individual to become mature, self sufficient. Nursing education brings changes in the behaviour of student nurse so as to prepare him/her to perform the roles effectively as an individual and as a good responsible citizen. It involves theoretical and practical training .This education is provided to nursing students by experienced nurses and other medical professionals who have qualified or experienced for educational
Nursing students should have their knowledge and skills on their fingertips to ensure patients in their hands are safe and receiving the appropriate care. As medicines are often ordered by doctors for patients, medication administration should be one of the foundational skills nurses should always be competent at. Error on medication administration can potentially harm patient and for worst cases causing nursing liscense to be revoked. As medication error could be fatal once administed wrongly, the importance of medication administration should be thoroughly practice by nursing students before leaving school for internship. References Pearson, A., Vaughan, B., & FitzGerald, M. (2005).
Hence the need for great interpersonal relationship skills to be learnt by student nurses from their faculty members, to continue providing effective and efficient care. This is evident as medication errors are reduced, saving hospitals money and resources. During patient education, a good interpersonal relationship was displayed where communication was clear to avoid having a patient who did not have the knowledge to perform or manage self care of a chronic illness. The working environment and the well-being of a patient can be strongly affected by flawed transmission of information between physicians and nurses. (Bryan, et al.
Excellence and providing effective patient care is seen mostly in every organization values because education is the background for providing the best care. CSI Nursing Department prepares nurses with education in all of these values it is up to the nurse to then develop, understand, and emphasis the values according to the specialty organization he or she chooses to work