Primary care nursing is a standard practice in the intensive care unit, and by nature is a proponent of transformation. Patients benefit from the evolution of nurses obtaining higher levels of training and education. For example, a nurse in the intensive care unit through vigilance and training can affect incidence of ventilator acquired pneumonia and central venous catheter infections. Hospital induced delirium is a very expensive add-on to the cost of healthcare, but through early detection and treatment can be minimized by the bedside nurse. Essentially, if nursing performs at the peak of their training and education we can greatly impact in every area the goals of the IOM report.
According to Graff and Hansman, "Curriculum designers need to work collaboratively across the disciplines, so that the health education fields ensure proper training of future health care educators who are equipped to meet the ever-changing needs of the adult learner"(1999). This paper will briefly give a insight of a interview with a health care educator from a higher learning facility, their role responsibilities, settings in which they conduct their education, along with the actual description of the position they hold. It will also encompass the requirements needed to fulfill their roles and responsibilities. Role and Setting of The Educator Nurse educators are a significant ensemble with the responsibility of assuring quality instructive experiences that systematize the nursing personnel for a assorted, ever-changing health care setting. Nurse educators are located in a variety of settings, from the hospital, outpatient
It is important that the teacher appreciate any input from their students, whether the answer is correct or not. This openness will instil confidence and motivation from within the group and help their learning experience. To create a positive learning environment, with a clear structure, a teacher needs to have the ability to plan their lectures or sessions effectively. With clear goals and aims which match up with the curriculum. These lessons need to be creative, incorporate activities and techniques that will engage the learner.
The analysis and synthesis will utilize the NLN core competencies to discuss issues related to the application of the nurse educator role, strategies and approaches that were applied to the role, and a description and analysis of the clinical project that was undertaken. An evaluation of achievement for the goal and objectives for the practicum experience will be discussed. Facilitate Learning Academic nurse educators
The foundation of any successful nursing career is built with continuing education, a strong knowledge base of the history of nursing practice and theories, strong ethical principal and learning effective application of the nursing process. This paper explores different areas that have personally influenced me as a nurse. These influences include Board of Nursing (BRN), Professional Nursing Organizations (PNO), ethical principles, nursing theory, and historical influences. A. Functional Differences The differences between a regulatory agency such as the Board of Nursing and a Professional Nursing Organization is that the BRN regulates, writes laws, approves licensure and governs nurses. The BRN serves to protect patient.
Nurses should get effective workforce planning to get more data and information. 4. Nurses should practice and get higher level of education and training. The nursing education primary goal is patient safety. “Two consensus reports from the Institute of Medicine (IOM) which calls for greater interprofessional education of physicians, nurses, and other health professionals, as well as new methods of improving and demonstrating competency throughout one’s career (IOM, 2003b, 2009)” The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation of nursing research network is estimate costs of nursing education for different degree levels.
According to Employment Equity and Diversity (2004), the mentor needs to be a person who is aware of their responsibilities in supporting staff and require training and resources to support them in their role. I assigned be a mentor to a new qualified midwifery nurse. I called her Nurse A (Appendix A). Even thought she has experience working in the surgical and medical unit before, she still need an experience and knowledgeable staff to guide and mentor her in a new clinical area .She is a very proactive person and willing to learn. Identifying learning needs, planning and managing the .student experience Plans of action formulated in order to achieve the learner's objectives.
The course involves learning by practical application also task and assessments, along with work placement. This is offered to the candidate, prior to getting a job at the nursery as through work placement, they would know the staff and children, ensuring them an improved chance. The college strategy of offering work placements around different areas, helps to expand the student’s education and experience. This course is designed to assist individuals, with their physical or emotional care, daily living needs or maintaining their independence. It is extremely relevant for nursery nurses, health care assistants and day service assistants.
1.3 Explain the characteristics of assessment for learning 1.4 Explain the importance and benefits of assessment for learning 1.5 Explain how assessment for learning can contribute to planning for future learning carried out by: a) the teacher b) the learners c) the learning support practitioner A description from the Assessment Reform Group “Assessment for Learning is the process of seeking and interpreting evidence for use by learners and their teachers to decide where the learners are in their learning, where they need to go and how best to get there” (2002) Characteristics of Assessment for Learning Assessment for learning is part of the teaching and learning process. It is essential for achieving a quality and productive teaching and learning experience. Providing the students with their WALT’s – We are learning today and WILF’s – What I’m looking for….. is a strategy that allows teachers to share the learning goals with students. Sharing learning goals with pupils will enable the student to get involved in their progress. By explaining to students what the learning objectives are provides an aim.
I would record this formally by writing up reports and records and in-formally by communicating with my learners via tutorial sessions and individual assessments. Individual assessments gives me the opportunity to assess each individual leaners strengths and weaknesses and I can evaluate and change my training methods accordingly. My responsibility is to evaluate what needed to be covered was, if my teaching methods worked, and learners got it, if not, reassess and design different ways of teaching to achieve