She answered the question differently she answers the question as being a role model for nursing and patients by being an advocate for nursing. I believe the reasons for the different answers are have to do with the fact that each of these nurses work in a different field. One is in a community based setting where she has taken on the role of a manager. The other nurse works in a hospital setting under a manager or charge nurse. The Second question in the interview has to do with working on an interdisciplinary team.
Peoplau’s interpersonal relations were found in all major theoretical works today. Peoplau’s theory gives the nurse the opportunity to enter in to personal relationship with individual clients in some cases. Peoplau explores in her theory in four phases of nurse-client relationship: firstly, the orientation phase is also known as the problem defining phase. So in this phase the clients ask for help and the nurse response by helping the clients and understand the clients need as well as understand the extent of the need of help. Also this phase happen when the nurse meets new clients for the first time (Forchuk, C., Dorsay, J., 1994).
Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) – a master’s degree educated RN who assumes accountability for client care outcomes through the assimilation and application of research based information to design, implement, and evaluate client plans of care. The CNL is a provider and a manager of care at the point of care to individuals and cohorts or populations. The CNL designs, implements, and evaluates client care by coordinating, delegating, and supervising the care provided by the health care team, including licensed nurses, technicians, and other health professionals. Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) – a practice focused doctoral degree in nursing. The degree that is recommended by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) for all advanced practice nurses by 2015.
The roles of nurses in each phase of the nursing process will be discussed. Skills and qualities of nurses in delivering quality care, evidence-based practice, multi-disciplinary team approach, and effective communication will also be considered in relation to nursing process. ASSESSMENT Assessment is the first step of the nursing process. It is defined by Carpenito-Moyet (2007) as an organised technique to collect information about a patient from different sources. In this phase, evidence of the problem and risks for problems are being examined.
Blooms Research and Response Jennifer Crane NUR/427 June 24th, 2013 Gina Stephens Blooms Research and Response Blooms Taxonomy of Education is a communication between caregivers for patient education and related issues to patient care. The research done by Bloom is a valuable tool for Nurses to communicate with staff members and their patients. There are three domains involved with taxonomy: Cognitive, Affective, and Psychomotor. Each of these domains measure the level of understanding achieved. In this paper will teach how learn how Bloom’s Taxonomy applies in a case study, how it is a benefit to nursing instructions and will describe each domain.
As part of a nursing leadership team, we have been required to elevate our roles to accommodate the needs of the patients and help with admission and discharge planning. As nurses, we are not only capable of developing the plan of care but providing it as well. Nurses are the driving force of leadership in many hospital settings. In a teaching hospital, there are new residents that rotate every month. Those medical novices as well as their attending, rely upon the experience and valuable input in caring for complex patients.
Finally, Madeleine Leininger’s goal was to promote nursing to provide care which is congruent with the patient’s cultural values, beliefs, and practices. How nursing theory fits in our workday Throughout history nursing has been trying to connect the dots between theory, research, and practice. "As our nurse leaders shared their ideas about the essences and empirics of nursing, they spoke
A plan to help put into practice HEC into everyday nursing practice will be explained. Along with the plan of implementation, barriers and challenges will be addressed regarding implementation and then an evaluation will be done. An in depth critique of HEC will allow the reader to see any potential flaws or challenges in using HEC as a practicing nurse. This paper will
Comparison Both baccalaureate degree and associate degree in nursing play an important role in patient care but in two different ways. The associate nurses are practically very involved with patient bed side care. The associate nurses administer medications, do the treatment and very involved with discharge teaching. The baccalaureate degree nurses will go deeper in patient education and care plans. Baccalaureate degree nurse (BSN): a nurse with a four year academic degree offered from senior colleges and universities that include general education requirements along with courses that provide a broad liberal arts background in addition to clinical nursing courses (Gooding, 2005).
My Personal Nursing Philosophy Kimberly A. Anderson RN, BSN Holy Names University Abstract The purpose of this paper is to identify and describe my personal nursing philosophy and growth objectives in the context of preparing for the advanced practice role of Nurse Educator. Nurses are educators in the sense that they educate their patients on their health status, diagnostic interventions, medications, and after-care instructions in some manner during most interpersonal interactions. Nurses educate the physician and other healthcare team members when communicating a patient’s information, responses to interventions or special methods to utilize when approaching the patient. Nurses educate each other through the sharing of techniques, knowledge, and expertise gained from experience. Though nurses generally align themselves with a favorite nursing theorist to form their approach to practice, many concepts are based on the basic metaparadigm of nursing: person, environment, health, and nurse.