Nurses play a crucial role in the management of pain of patients; discuss this statement with reference to the relevant literature. Accurate pain assessment is essential for effective pain management. Evaluating patient’s pain should be done routinely while also recording vital signs. Andrews and Boyle (2008) point out that nurses have certain expectations and attitudes to pain. However, perception is reality and the patient’s self-report of pain is what should be used to determine pain intensity.
This style focuses on encouraging open communication with other staff nurses and involving them in the decision-making process. So basically, the leader collect information, ideas, and feedbacks from the nurses and other healthcare providers to come up with a finalized goal or decision that will affect the process of delivering care. In this case, the staff nurses will be valued and encouraged to act independently to achieve the optimal care for all patients. According to Flood et al. (2015) democratic leadership style is better applied in those rapidly moving environments including ED.
I. Introduction Every year, gastrointestinal cases always present in the list of morbidity. It is an endemic problem affecting pediatric patients found in every hospital. Thus, this hospital assigned areas of concentration based on their age, type of illness, and organ specific focused. In this way pediatric clients will receive the highest form of nursing care in a more specific approached to certain disease like the ailments of the digestive system that can be seen in the gastrointestinal ward.
The component of critical incident learning helps CNS and APN provide risk control process into practice and quality management principle to control quality services and managing incident from risk system , in fact, CNS and APN would consider quality problems adoption of critical thinking process and employing and incident learning or reflective learning model to improve the nursing practice for long terms organizational quality improvement. Critical incident learning may work tremendously when the component of identifying , response, reporting and investigating, recalling incident, making recommendation , communicating and implementing corrective actions take
Patient’s safety is an essential aspect of nursing care that should be part of the culture of a nurse as she cares for her patients. This requires that the nurse behavior should be directed towards achieving total safety 0f the patients throughout hospitalization. It is imperative that a nurse leader should adequately check the safety culture that is in place in her working environment and articulates a strategy to guide personal approach as they work to improve the safety
It helps us to know where we are lacking so that we can make adjustments through training. Record keeping helps the nursing profession in research work. 10. 6 RECENT RESEARCH Research shows that records especially medical records help the health care providers to determine the patient’s health history and give appropriate care. The record help to plan patient’s care and also helps the health institutions in ensuring
The most closely relatable theoretical framework to customer client is the Nursing Process Discipline Theory. Many studies have shown that the implementation of Orlando’s theory can lead to improvement of nurse-client relationships while decreasing distress. The Nursing Process Discipline Theory developed by Ida Jean Orlando seeks to understand the role of the nurse in addressing the patient’s needs for help. It is crucial for the nurse to utilize their perception, thoughts, and feelings to explore the meaning of the patient’s behavior. This process allows the nurse to identify the source of distress and to attempt to provide the help needed.
Congruence –will appreciate reflection as a mirror for caring. Constructing Personal Knowing in practice – weaving personal knowing with scientific proven theory in constructing new insights. Through reflective practice there can be tremendous improvement in the level of care that patients receive. It alsohas the potential todevelop health practitioners and improve the implementation of required standards and procedures in the treatment of patients. Reflective learning helps tomake sense of complicated and difficult situations as we have already discussed in this paper, it acts as a medium to learn from pastexperience, thereby improving the performance of the nurse and care for patient, helps identify educational needs and workload stressors, highlight barriers to professional development and ways of identifying improvements.Reflective practice will also help nurses to become increasingly motivated and empowered to take appropriate action at the appropriate time.It also helps nursing practitioners to become better critical thinkers and self-directed professionals.
The existing management and health workers were working to improve the implementation of OSH culture in the hospital. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine the overview of the implementation of OSH culture on nurses of Emergency Department, Operating Room, and ICU at Hospital
Factors such as macroeconomics, market trends, technological and legislation changes, labour market, promotion options, people who have influence over ones life are considered. In relating to others in the society, a nurse should consider strengths and opportunities as helpful, and weakness and threats as harmful and thus has to be careful and see SWOT analysis as a rewritable tool in her hand. People of all professions should know their opportunities which are directions they can go based on the flow of the environment depending on the strength. They should also leverage on it to map-out good strategies in achieving their life’s objectives while considering threats as those negative factors that affect them and thus preventing them from achieving their objectives. They should find the best alternatives to overcoming