Locsin’s theory of Technological Competency as Caring in Nursing works to frame the relationship between nursing care and the use of technology. Summary Known as a contemporary theorist, Locsin’s perspective of caring and understanding human beings relates to the simultaneity paradigm. According to this paradigm people are believed to be more than just the sum of their parts. People are considered whole at all times, regardless of being sick, or if technologies are utilized on them. The role of nursing is not to fix the broken patient or make them whole but to care and know the patient fully.
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It does not show that one considerations more than the other. The doctors in the healing facility where I was working did not appear to mind all that much about patient consideration. They thought about getting the patients all through the doctor 's facility, which is imperative but not an essential service. The consideration that nurses give is crucial to the medical
Then, team leader reports to Charge nurse. There are no specific educational requirement for staff, but for the charge nurse and team leader, they need baccalaureate-degree level of education due to their roles in the team including delegation and evaluation of tasks of other members (The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education , 2008). Team nursing model can be considered to adopt when there are reimbursement reduction, nursing shortages due to staff changing or higher numbers of unlicensed personnel than licensed personnel (The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education , 2008). Many inpatient facilities use team nursing model due to cost effectiveness of team nursing. Compared to other nursing models, team nurse is the most cost effective with $5... ... middle of paper ... ...sponsibility in providing care to patients, communication among team members is improved.
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Therefore, good leaders should know who they are and have a clear understanding of their own strengths and weaknesses. They must lead with honesty and purpose convincing others that they are worthy of being followed. Real leaders stand on principles and are unwilling to compromise those principles for power, money, or status. Leaders are not just born although some people do have an innate gift for leadership. However, good leaders are willing to learn and discover new ideas recognizing their limitations and weaknesses.
They always support change and innovation by reflecting on imaginative solutions, placing their values or vision into action, being the driving force for change, role modeling their principles, and having them as part of who they are. In addition, clinical leaders need to show transformational leadership qualities, in which individuals connect with each other in such a manner that the leader and his/her followers uplift one another to elevated levels of morality and motivation. It is true to say that not every leadership is about changing or disputing people’s vision of the future. According to Stanley (2012), most leaders are not followed and respected based on their vision or creativity, but on their beliefs and values. Even though a leader may have vision coupled with the ability to alter other people’s visions and perspectives about the future, he/she must be able to empower and motivate them to perform even better.
Its serve as a reminder that communication is the central to compassionate and high quality of nursing care. I do not feel like there were problems with this article. I, for one, understand exactly what is being said about effective communication and the positive outcome when applied to nursing practice. Providing good communication with patients improves quality of care and patient satisfaction. All healthcare professionals should applied therapeutic communication and understanding of effective communication in health care setting to create a positive relationship with the patient and families.
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