If you look out for the wellbeing of you patient and express what is best for your patient then you are actively practicing the value of altruism in the field of nursing. Next, the professional value of autonomy. Autonomy is the personal value of one over themselves, free form control of others (96). An autonomous person is one who acts intentionally, with understanding and without the influences of others opinions on them.
Doctors and nurses should be considerate and kind to the patients by listening and attending to all their concerns. Teamwork is an important professional value that is vital in the provision of care centered on patients. A culture that is based on learning from previous mistakes and openness is fundamental in the provision of care and ensuring that patients are satisfied. In view of that, workers in the health sector should maintain honesty with the patients they are attending
The nurse who has good fair-mindedness will give care holistically. The nurse who has intellectual courage will able to see another view of point. The nurse who has accountability will take full responsibility for his or her actions. The nurse who has punctuality will be reliable and will work his or her full shift.
Develop helping, trusting and caring relationships, Patient care relies not only on the skill of one nurse but on the efforts of many. The team's ability to collaborate and work together. Use the diverse experience of the team around you to meet your patient's needs. As well as building the confidence of
Introduction Proper leadership style is most important to be used effectively in nursing practice because it will enable the nurse to develop her skills and provide best quality of care and safe surroundings for the patient to achieve a positive outcome. It’s also could be seen in staff performance at work because they will reflect their satisfaction with their good performance at work. In this assignment I’m going first, to compare between democratic theory and laissez- faire theory. Then, discus similarity between two theories and differences. After that, negative points and deficiencies for each style.
Therapeutic communication is an interaction between a nurse/ healthcare worker and a patient that helps advance the physical and emotional health of the patient by using verbal and nonverbal communication. Therapeutic communication is an active process. This communication is an important part of building a healthy interpersonal relationship, explains "Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing" .Nurses, mental health professionals and other health care professionals use therapeutic communication to educate the patient or to elicit information for analysis. The nurse uses various strategies to help the patient express their ideas and feelings in a manner that establishes respect and acceptance. This, in turn, enhances the patient 's comfort levels, encourages a feeling of safety, and increases their trust in the nurse.
They are considered to be the foundation of nursing (Watson, 2005). The processes entail forming selfless values in order to provide supportive care, being attentive to the belief system of the patient, showing understanding to oneself therefore being able to incorporate it into patient relations, developing a trustworthy relationship with the patient, accepting the patient’s feelings as valid emotions, and problem solving in all aspects of care, which is a similar aspect to the personal viewpoint of critical thinking (Watson 2005). Other processes include adapting teaching styles and methods to meet the patient’s needs, creating an environment that is comfortable and healthy to promote healing, providing assistance with daily care which also promotes healing, and being attentive to the soul and its well-being (Watson, 2005). Watson (2005) compares these statements to love invoking, which “allows love and caring to come together for a new form of deep transpersonal caring,” which “connotates inner healing for self and others” (p.
The positive impact of my actions was obvious and valuable for future dealings with patients. According to Kennedy Sheldon (2013) the establishment of trust is the basis of all interpersonal relationships and is extremely significant to the development of the therapeutic relationship in nursing. She also says on emotional, physical and spiritual levels, trust is key in the health care setting due to the vulnerable positions patients find themselves in. Clients need to believe that nurses are honest, knowledgeable, dependable and accepting of the type of person they are. Trust also gives patients more confidence that the nurse will keep their private discussions and their health information private and keep it confidential.
It is a means of empowering health practitioner and the patient. It is necessary to find out the conditions of nurses and work they perform in a culturally safe way. Like many other subjects in nursing, cultural safety is important to learn from the people of different backgrounds, values, beliefs and experiences to work in a culturally safe way. (nursing review) As need of health care is over growing, it is better to provide health services caring with patient’s values, listening to them with due respecting their
The second key aspect related to expertise,the nurses must have technical skills in order to provide effective and safe care. The third aspect mentioned that nurses must have communicative capabilities. The nurses serve as spokespersons for patients who are often in vulnerable positions. The nurses are easily accessible and can act as a link between the patient and other professions.
CHANGE PROCESS Nurse-nurse handover or bedside handover has been proposed as to increase patient and their family involvement in their care. In carrying out the change to bedside reporting, the adaption of Spradley’s 8-step model in conjunction with Lewin’s 3-step model of unfreezing, moving and refreezing provides for a successful and smooth transition (Kassan & Jagoo, 2005). In part of the recognition of the existing problem, full understanding of issues undergoing patient quality care and satisfaction was communicated through with the Voice of the Patient Advisory Council and the Premier Patient Experience Steering Committee which reported lack of satisfaction of patients and their family members in regards to their knowledge of their