My goal is to exhibit the use of my critical thinking skills throughout assessing, diagnosing, planning, implementing and evaluating nursing care (ADPIE). Much of the nursing school courses specially medical- Surgery centered around evidenced based which now I can see how to relate them into capstone course and eventually helping me to pass NCLEX. Culture Growth & Development Discuss the relevance of personal developmental stage and culture to career planning: As an US immigrant and near future patient advocate, I think on... ... middle of paper ... ... should be involved with the patient care along other health care members, to increase my learning beside benefiting the patients. If a nurse comes to work to exclusively do the job, the environment not favorable, and non-productive, and there will be no development and growth. For this reason, my plan is to constantly be involved in care of assigned patients, with the health care team.
The patient in question had complex needs and as a staff nurse and according to the NMC (2009) I should be able to provide the care he/she required. The main aim of this reflection is to demonstrate that I provided this care. During my training as a student nurse, I have been involved with many patients with complex needs of a with the support of a mentor, however this was, primarily, the first time since qualified and on completion of my registration that I became responsible and accountable for my practice. Reflection is a significant component of pre-registration education (Davis et al.2000). Hillard (2006) claims that for practitioners to learn from an experience they need to go beyond description and should reflect on their experiences in practice as this could potentially uncover any underlying influences, motivations and knowledge.
The aim of this essay is to critically analyse a clinical incident involving an adult with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD). I will define reflection, then select a reflective model and critically reflect on the incident demonstrating my new found knowledge. Lastly, I will suggest how nursing practice should change to improve the care of this group of patients. Reflection is a key element of the human learning process. It can be used to justify aspects of practice and legitimise the knowledge gained from it, as opposed to traditional forms of learning.
I will outline my approach to assessing my communication skills and describe my development plan for improving those skills. Methods According to Chambers (2001), communicating is a complex process. The ability to draft a message, deliver it to another, listen for feedback, process it, and continue to communicate in ways that are understood requires skills that take time to develop. The best place to start is to first understand which communication skills need development. The first tool I used to perform my self- assessment was a comprehensive communication evaluation tool developed by IHC Health Services (see Appendix A).
In this journal, research studies based on the issue of healthcare regulation and quality management in the past years h... ... middle of paper ... ...ormance. Therefore, in this case, the leader evaluates the situation that has been there before and incorporates new ideas that enhance the performance of healthcare industry through observing quality management strategies. Through the use of transformational theory type of leadership, I will be able to transform specific areas that require new ideas in leadership (Marshall & Marshall, 2011). Works Cited Doody, O. D. (2012). Transformational leadership in nursing practice .
This mean my emotions are always visible to others, because I get defensive easy and often time is quite needy especially when it comes to my own values. My weakness has impacted on the people who report to me and they fear to approach me with sensitive situation, because they don’t how I might react especially when is from their beliefs. What surprised me about my result and what confirmed that you already know? I was not surprised about my result. As this was the answer I was expecting.
I became to feel anxious and nervous all the time and also it affects on my grade. According to this I must change the way I deal with my time by changing the methodology and follow other time management strategies. The reality that I never have manage my time and now I regret deeply that I don’t have any schedule to follow then I realize that managing time is necessary and very important. I find myself rushing at the last minute to complete my assignments and do my homework without being ready to do them physically and morally. I also find my self forgetting what I have to do , missing deadlines, putting some unrealistic goals, worrying about an exam if I don’t prepare for it.
This guideline offers values and beliefs as foundation of client-centred care, and the core processes of client-centred care can facilitate provision of optimal nursing care. These four core processes of client-centred care include identifying concerns, making decisions, caring and service, and evaluating outcomes. According to RNAO (2006), ongoing dialogue with clients and self-reflection are essential for nurses to develop their nursing skills and knowledge on client-centred care. As a nursing student, I reflected on written transcripts of interactions between patients and me, so that I could gain insights into client-centred care for further improvement. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to discuss importance of the core processes of client-centred care in nursing practice through identifying and critiquing blocks to conversation.
Anxiety creates an overwhelming feeling causing the person they feel as if their world was crashing down. They may feel as if nothing is going right in their life, as if they had all the bad luck in the world. At every point in somebody's life, they regret something they either said or did. Anxiety attacks a person’s conscious and manipulates their emotions. This creates an inability to relax, forcing them to stay awake and anxiously think about the things they could have done differently.
All nurses must have the ability to make effective appropriate decisions in practice, as there is an acknowledgment that reflective practice can help them make sense of their experiences, aiding them throughout their professional development (Taylor. 2010). The aspect of care I have chosen to reflect on is the assessment, measurement and monitoring of vital signs. I have chosen this topic as in practice I had difficulty in obtaining an accurate blood pressure reading on a child. The themes comprised include confidentiality, consent, family centred care and verbal communication with the client, family and my mentor.