Currently I am based within the clinical business unit. I am the lead nurse on a number of studies ranging from meningitis, encephalitis epilepsy, ketogenic diet, transverse myelitis, HIV, DMD and infection. Working very closely with consultants within the trust on a number of duties and teaching. I have excellent abilities to visualise, gather information, articulate, analyse and solve complex problems and make decisions. I pose excellent organisation skills which I have demonstrated throughout my career, such as prioritising my workload, utilising IT skills to produce accurate records of study data, maintaining accurate case report forms and online data records in a timely manner.
Currently, Reed is on the faculty of the University of Arizona College of Nursing in Tucson, where she teaches, conducts research, and serves in administrative roles, including Associate Dean of Academic Affairs (Smith & Liehr, 2014). Reed has mentored a number of Master and doctoral students in the research on self-transcendence (Masters, 2012). Reed has received numerous awards for doctoral teaching in philosophy of nursing science and practice, and for her theory development courses (McCarthy & Bockweg, 2012). Reed has published numerous articles and book chapters, and she co-edited the sixth edition of Perspectives on Nursing Theory with Shearer in 2012. In 2011, Reed and Shearer published “Nursing Knowledge and Theory Innovation: Advancing the Science of Nursing Practice”, promoting a philosophy and methods of practice-based knowledge development.
Further, new clinical roles, the need for managerial and executive talent, the imperative to retain nurses in active practice over longer careers, and the desire by practicing nurses to move up the economic ladder lead to the demand for continuing education and career mobility and development. Schools of nursing have many of the core resources needed to deliver continuing professional education and can provide appropriate courses efficiently and effectively. Affiliation with schools by nurses in active practice may lead to an increase in enrollment for advanced degrees. Health care and health-related organizations may serve as institutional partners in sponsoring such program offerings, which would contribute to their relevance, increase participation, and lower costs. Nursing research is an integral part of the scientific enterprise of improving the nation 's health.
• The strategic planning process- This is an important part in an organization. In this process, the employees or staff in all sections of the health care organizations is involved in planning and making decisions. The challenges are identified and solved then ways to improve the services are employed in order to bring great outcomes to the organization. The nurses’ responsibilities to make successful strategic planning include; • Involving head of other healthcare personnel in strategic planning. • Identify the major problems of the healthcare organization • Determine and conclude how and when to solve
It is possible to connect the benefits of transformational leadership styles to the leader 's ability to empower followers, simultaneously increasing their commitment to the organization (Fischer, 2016; Bormann, & Abrahamson, 2014; Merrill, 2015). Consequently, based on its success in the nursing context, transformational leadership is a heavy influence on this philosophy of
The data gathered will then be used to tailor values and care practices for individuals so that they can be provided with culturally competent care. It had contribute to the development and evolution of nursing care, health organisations and communities as the theory focused on the holistic approach of human caring and the comparative analysis of cultural diversity and dynamics of cultures in relation to personal caring values, behaviours and beliefs. ----,---- stated that during the last five decades, the acceptance and support of the need to prepare the health care force which includes the practitioners, facilities and clients to deliver culturally competent care has tremendously grown. Specifically for nurses, whether they are at the bedside, community, school or administration, their cultural competency have had influential and important outcomes. Some of the notable impacts of the transcultural nursing theory in the society include elimination of enduring disparities concerning the health status of populations with different cultural and ethnic backgrounds, enhancement of the quality of health services and results, implementation of mandates and legislations that protects the indigenous clients, acquisition of competitiveness in the market and reduction in the risks of liabilities and
Thyroid dysfunction in dilated cardiomyopathy: A systematic review Dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) is a major health problem. The estimated prevalence of dilated cardiomyopathy is 1:2500.  DCM is one of the most common types of cardiomyopathy. The disease typically occurs between the age of 20-60.  DCM is a progressive disease of the heart muscle.
Introduction Throughout the twenty-first century, the role of the nurse as a care giver has changed and evolved significantly. Nurses now carry more responsibilities than ever before but one primary goal has remained the same: to provide optimal quality care on the basis of evidence obtained through active research. Research is critical to the nursing profession as a whole, it allows the nurse to advance their knowledge base and skills in order to be the best advocate for the patient (Tingen et al. 2009). The focus of the literature review at hand is: Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA) in the hospital setting under the themes of hand-hygiene, source isolation and patient education.
What is your role as a health care team member? Helen Hammond is an experienced resource nurse for more than ten years at Bakersfield Heart Hospital. She has an experienced in Critical Care Unit, Medical Surgical and other various hospital clinical settings for almost thirty years. She facilitates efficient flow of the patient care, staff work flow, accurate paperwork, and making sure that medical supplies and devices are working properly and accurately. She has capabilities to communicate to other staff, physicians, patients and families.
Healthcare workers have the unique challenge of providing safe and effective care to individuals who generally judge and base personal options on the emotional care aspects of nursing. The profession of nursing is more multifaceted and stimulated than ever before. Uncertainties and changes in the healthcare world contribute to the complexity of practical knowledge and technical expertise required of modern nurses. American Nurses Association (ANA) defined professional nursing as "the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations" (ANA, 2010 p. 8). Equally embedded in this definition is the need to regard nursing as both a science and an art, which is a source of continual debate among nurses who may stress one attribute over another.
In completing three advancement program cycles as a participant, signifies how increased awareness can be expanded further into ambulatory settings as a number of extravagant opportunities for professional career advancements. As lifelong learning continues, it is important to focus on patients and family outcomes through teamwork collaboration, advocating, effective communication, and equally, self-driven to accomplish goals to create and coordinate activities to promote professional development, is why I have chosen to apply for the ambulatory nurse educator
Cabral acquires knowledge and skills to maintain expertise in her area of practice. She attended the annual network meeting and shared new changes in clinical practice. It was an opportunity to network with other nurses in the field to share best practices. She actively participates in educational activities to improve clinical knowledge and enhance role performance. Ms. Cabral is an active member of NPSB.
She is passionate about improving nursing education. Under her leadership, she has increased the amount of money for nursing education. Helping the nurses around her continue their education and become more knowledgeable health care professionals. She is supportive of change and is always looking for ways to improve the work environment for her nurses and improve patient care. She looks out for her nursing staff and always trying to help them in any way.
OIC is a unique and progressive center dedicated to providing evidence-based treatments and therapies to Omaha and surrounding communities. We provide integrative primary care & family medicine, mental health services, therapeutic yoga, nutrition services, acupuncture, body work and therapeutic massage, and mind – body medicine practices. Our number-one priority is creating a healing, therapeutic environment for our clients and providing the highest level of patient care and customer service. Practitioners at OIC collaborate internally across disciplines as well as with other health care professionals and practitioners in the community. We offer cross-consultation and training as well as opportunities within our integrative model.
I would be a great asset to the nursing team. I have several years of experience working in the healthcare field. I am an excellent communicator and team player. I bring additional advantages to your organization such as, currently licensed practical nurse and an employee at the St. Cloud Hospital.