In conclusion, Orlando 's theory mainly focuses on the nurse-patient interaction with the application of nursing process with successful goal attainment at the forefront. However, as essential as that is, the second reason for Orlando 's theory is to emphasize nurse 's purpose which extends from caregiver through care planner to care evaluator while preserving a therapeutic relationship with a client. Consequently, Potter and Bockenhauer (2000) summarize that " education and practice in Orlando 's Nursing Theory were found to help nurse achieve this outcome. In achieving this outcome, the nurses were better able to achieve their mission-excellence in each nurse-patient interaction" (p.21). Finally, I would like to wish everyone in this class the most abundant experience on the way to accomplishments in the chosen direction of advanced nursing profession and thank for the most diverse and stimulating discussions.
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For this week’s discussion I chose to write scenario 12 Nurse- Nurse. I really believe that being in preceptor’s role makes all the difference in new nurses’ life and it can also be very rewarding. By precepting we can be role models in our nursing professional. “It seems natural and obvious that all nurses, given their education, would share similar values and beliefs about patient care” (Porter-O’Grady & Malloch, 2016, p211). Preparing students and new nurses to transition from being new to the field and help them to achieve competency and proficiency is still remain concern in our hospital or work area.
“The American Nurses Association’s Leadership Institute (ANA LI) embarked on the journey of building, enhancing, and strengthening the leadership competencies of nurses and those working or serving the nursing profession by reflecting on the seminal work of the ANA, foundational elements of the nurse profession, and incorporating evidence-based instructional design and leadership theories and research” American Nurses Association (2013).This assignment have enhanced my confidence on the following leadership theories: Situation Leadership Theory, Transformational Theory, and Brandt’s Interactive Leadership Theory. Now that I am knowledgeable of these theories and their implications in nursing, I will definitely be utilizing these theories in my nursing practice in the near
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While advanced practice nurses are on the rise to help ensure that all patients have available providers, the role of the doctoral nurse practitioner (DNP) is imperative to healthcare. DNPs will make a dramatic impact on health policy by nursing education and improvements in patient care in health settings and this will help decrease the gaps within accessing healthcare (Sawyer-McGee, 2016). The advancement to DNP is not viewed as a role, but as and academic degree (AACN, 2015). The DNP nurse promotes the development of a broader assortment of analytical, philosophical, and evaluative processes. This degree helps prepare the individual to become a stronger nurse leader within the clinical, academic, administrative, community, and in the political policy arena to achieve change.
Yen Truong UNV-103 September 17th 2016 Jarrod Townsend 1. Professionalism is an important feature of the professional jobs, especially in nursing. Because nurses spend a lot of time with patients, they have a major impact on patient experiences. Nursing is known as a profession because it requires both extensive education in science and specialized training. However, simply working in an identified profession does not make one a professional automatically.