| Utility to the nursing profession | 2.5 points Question 4 Evidence-based nursing primarily uses which of the following to answer clinical questions? | 1. | Consulting and authority | | 2. | Using intuition | | 3. | Obtaining the newest research | | 4.
(II-2, V-7) Demonstrate the ability to analyze published research studies. (V-7) Make inferences regarding the utilization of research findings in nursing practice. (V-7) Utilize research findings to shape clinical practice, education, and public policy. (IV-5, V-7) Approved by Faculty Organization: Effective Date: Spring 1998 Revised: November 2001, November 2002, November 2003 N456 2 7. Examine the role of research utilization as the basis for research-based clinical nursing practice that demonstrates quality and cost-effectiveness outcomes of nursing care delivery.
Strategic planning includes six steps: prepare, assess, create, communicate, implement, and evaluate (Hebda & Czar, 2013). In the other hand, nursing process provides an organizing framework for the practice of nursing and knowledge, judgment, and actions that nurses bring to patient care. It consists of five phases: assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation. (Lewis, Heitkemper, Dirksen, & O'brien, 2007). Therefore, the nursing process is in the context of nurses planning the care of specific patients, but strategic planning is on the future direction of the agency in the context of their internal and external environments.
Once the need is identified, the nurse has to select required nursing systems to provide care: wholly compensatory, partly compensatory or supportive and educative system. Care is provided according to the degree of deficit the patient is presenting with and once the care is provided, the nursing activities and the use of the nursing systems will be evaluated to get an idea about whether the mutually planned goals are met. By using the nursing process, I will be able to design a plan of care for patients. Orem’s theory works for me because it has utility for professional nursing in the design of curriculums for preservice, graduate, nursing education administration, and nursing research. It gives me directions to nursing–specific outcomes related to knowing and meeting the therapeutic self-care demands, regulating
Addresses reportable data, labs, and referrals. | Submits concept map that provides for safe patient care. Addresses all areas of nursing process. Includes 3 problems - highest priority, teaching and assigned concept. Includes 5 interventions for each problem with scientific rationale for some.
Evidence-based Task 3 Toni Annette Roberts Western Governors University Evidence-Based Task 3 This paper will describe an appropriate perioperative process or procedure and why it needs change. This paper will explain who determined the basis for the practice in the nursing area. This paper will explain the rationale for making the decision for the procedure. This paper will explain why the procedure is performed this way. This paper will provide an APA-formatted reference list documenting more than five sources used in the review.
( 2 0 1 1 ) Nurses’ and midwives’ clinical leadership development needs: a mixed methods study. Journal of Advanced Nursing 67(7), 1502–1513. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2648.2010.05581.x Abstract Aim. This paper is a report of a descriptive study of nurses’ and midwives’ clinical leadership development needs. Background.
Strategic Planning and the Nursing Process In any healthcare organization, the nursing process works hand in hand with the strategic planning procedure. Nurses are therefore required to be involved in the strategic planning process. The two processes are rather similar. Strategic planning is the process the organization uses to define its direction and make decisions allocating its resources, whereas, the nursing process is a 5 step method used by nurses to ensure the quality of patient care. These processes require the use of informatics as an instrument to achieve the goals of the organization.
This paper will define and discuss critical thinking, problem solving, and decision-making. First, the definitions of critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making will be given. Next, the differences between critical thinking, problem solving and decision-making will be discussed. Later in this paper, the seven role-identity dyads of nursing will be defined and applied to the role of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit nurse. The role stressors and the strategies that can be used to reduce stress will be discussed.
The concept of evidence- based practice will be thoroughly analysed throughout the essay in regards to adolescent pregnancy. The portfolio of artefacts represents student learning in relation to the evidence base for practice in pregnant adolescents. It contains five artefacts which are all related to teenage pregnancy, rural nursing and parenting. A portfolio is an important and necessary compilation of documents for a nurse to have, to ensure they have journals that interest, guide and base their practice. Continual researching of evidence-based practice is imperative in all medical professions.