As a registered nurse there are many areas of the job that are not taught in school. An important aspect of being a registered nurse is providing patients with a friendly attitude (Bureau of Labor Statistics, 2009). Many patients are ill and hope is low. As a registered nurse, if you are unable to show patients consideration and friendliness then it is an indication that further training is necessary. This unfriendly attitude is what most often leads to patient complaints.
The last one, Health Deviation, which meant the needs of the patient that related to their health condition. She believed that nurses had to evaluate their patients and determine what their “Self Care Deficits” were. She categorized in three ways. If a patient needed complete nursing care because patient is not able to do anything for themselves. They were Total Compensation.
Also discuss the risks for the attending nurse, the client (Mrs Wall) & any others whom could be at risk, like her husband, Bill. Part of the work to be done for week 3 is describe & compare the art of nursing & the science of nursing. We are to evaluate how art & how science is applied for case study with Mrs Greentree, what factors could have been changed to make the scenario better for the
Bloom’s Taxonomy of Education NUR/427 Bloom’s taxonomy or also known as the revised bloom taxonomy is a great teaching tool to use when teaching patients about their illness. It consists of three categories and then multiple sub-categories. Blooms taxonomy addresses not only the patient’s readiness to learn but it address the appropriate approach to each individual situation. It gives a systematic way of approaching a topic and the audience that will be learning. When this method is applied to nursing it is a great tool.
Dorothea Orem's theory of Self-Care Deficit is a patient centered model, as the patient is the main focus of care, due to their inability and incapacity to perform self care due to health problems and limitations. “Normally, adults voluntarily care for themselves. Infants, children, the aged, the ill, and the disabled require complete care or assistance with self-care activities.” (Orem, 1991) When a patient is unable to care for themselves, a self care deficit is said to happen. As Registered Nurses, we must identify these deficits and determine how we can be of assistance to these patients, and if possible, return them to a self sufficient state. Orem describes three states of dependency; wholly compensatory, partly compensatory, and supportive-educative.
| Patient will become educated about treatment plan and possible side effects X 30 days. | Nurse will teach patient plan of care; patient will demonstrate ability. | Patient will become more proactive and knowledgable in her plan of care (Nanda, 2012). |
The bedside nurse is a respected member of the interdisciplinary team. Together with the care team, the ability of building a comprehensive care plan is undeniable. The nurse functions as a liaison between families and physicians, as a teacher for families who are required to care for their child at home, and as a social worker, the nurse, by always being present at the bedside, develops and gains the trust of the patients and their families that may otherwise be lacking with other medical professionals. Therefore bridging the gap overall to allow for effective communication and planning. 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.
Delegating to Nursing Assistive Personnel Tracey Ford Purdue University Calumet Delegation is defined as “transferring to a competent individual the authority to perform a selected nursing task in a selected situation. The Nurse retains accountability for delegation” ( Bragadottir 2012, p10). Over the course of this paper we will discuss the pros and cons of delegation. The importance of delegation and the impact it makes on the nursing community. The five rights of delegation.
Communicating with different people in the setting is also a great importance to when in a health or social care setting because you need to work as a team as well as speaking to the patients to make them feel comfortable and welcoming. This will also show that the patients can rely on you and discuss any problems that they may have or face. When communicating with a wide range of people you get an idea on how different people are you will also know how to deal with that certain person. Effective teamwork shows that you can work in a environment with a whole range of different people and communicate with them in order to give the best care and treatment to those who need it.When having a conversation with a service user it is important that while or after they are speaking you make sure to reassure what the other person has said, to do this is you should use hand gestures, when your thinking or struggling to communicate you
WORKING IN PARTNERSHIP IN HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE Identify the features of effective partnership working. I believe that communication is the main feature of effective partnership working. This could be both written and verbal form of communication. You should also have a mutual respect for everyone involved taking into account their various roles and responsibilities. You should be an active listener and listen carefully to what is being said, also to be able to act upon what had been said.