We as a nurse also have commitment to learn and improve our knowledge and skills . Everyone has their own philosophy so as nurses grow in their nursing profession their individual nursing philosophy will grow too. My personal core value and belief as an individual is honesty, kindness, learning, and improve my skills. I believe that core of nursing is knowledge, safety , and integrity, which my philosophy of nursing corelate with the core of nursing so keep the focus on the patient needs , safety ,and treatment. Nurse uses his/her philosophy of nursing to explain what he/she believes nursing is , the role nursing plays in the health care field, and how they interact with patients, and what is the nursing
Caring is the essence of nursing. As a nurse, we establish a caring relationship with our patients, and provide the best individualize care and interventions to promote healing. Jean Watson’s focus of practice is the patient and the theory places the patient in the context of the family, the community and the culture. The major concepts of Jean Watson’s theory of caring are transpersonal caring relationships, caring moments/caring occasions and the ten caritas processes. I will describe how this theory can be applied in practice and show an example from my own practice.
The article summarizes that the role of an advocating nurse is to be able to communicate with the patients about their patient rights, support any decisions made, be the voice for patients with ineffective communication skills, and to protect the interests of the patients. The aim of the study was to explore the perspectives of nurses in patient advocacy and how it is related in the socio-cultural aspect. The literature also mentions that the concept of care and quality of patient care is recommended by nursing organizations. Patient advocacy is a duty that the advocating nurse expresses when it pertains to the rights of patients, and includes preserving the human dignity of the patient. Patient advocacy is when information, skills, and resources are used to voice decisions to improve the quality of care for those individuals who are unable to effectively speak for themselves.
My philosophy of nursing incorporates knowledge, compassion, competence, and respect for each patient. It is based on my personal and professional experiences, both of which have helped me to positively contribute to a patient’s recovery and wellness. These are the attributes that give me a sense of pride and strengthen my commitment to the nursing profession. This paper explores my values and beliefs relating to a patient’s care, as well as, the responsibilities of health professionals. My nursing philosophy integrates the fundamental concepts of nursing, people, environment, health and care taking.
That the patient themselves are an important element in their own care. By educating and giving nurses the evidence-based research available they can fill this gap. Continued research needs to be conducted on patient’s experiences of how nurses communicate. Showing us the behaviors that patients place high values on. Thus enabling nurses to use a patient-centered
As nurse we must keep in mind that people may have beliefs and values that may be viewed different from the healthcare workers. Nurse must respected each patient beliefs and values. Health is individualized and personal that can be subjective and/or objective. Nurses must make individualized care plans and have goals to reach maximum health while preventing complications to promote health for all patients. There is a positive environment when everyone is collaborating and communicating to meet each patient individual
Emotional intelligence and reflective practice are integral components of building a therapeutic relationship in nursing To begin with, self-awareness is a very important in nursing profession. It basically meanswho and what we are and it determines our lifestyle and our behaviorprocess of understanding one’s own values, beliefs, thoughts, feelings, attitudes, motivations, strengths, and limitations and how one’s thoughts and behaviors affect others andimprove our judgment and help us identify opportunities for professional development and personal growth. It enables us to identify our strength and the areas where we need to develop. The nurses should empathse with their patients and know the their strength and weakness so that it is easier for them to help their clients. Adding on when nurses are self-aware they are able to adapt to, or positively change their attitudes and actions and to understand how different people treat them and this creates a better nurse-patient relationship.
Important Attributes for Registered Nurse: The practical application of healthcare system requires certain type of training and ability of an individual to work in that particular setting; moreover, these training modules, which are available for nurses, are primarily for the purpose of enhancing the quality of work, satisfaction and quality of treatment. The role of a Registered Nurse cannot be neglected in the provision of quality and safe care to patients and adopt procedures adequate for the condition of the patients because they work at the front line level. Registered Nurses have direct dealing with patients and integration of personal and professional skills is necessary. Therefore, there are certain attributes that are necessary to be present in a Registered Nurse for accurately performing various tasks. These include; Workload management, leadership qualities, control of practice, professional development, communication and organizational loyalty (Daly & Carnwell 2003, pp.
To be a successful nurse you need to possess all of these qualities and have a good attitude towards your job to be able to enjoy and excel in your field. How would you describe your philosophy of nursing? What do you think nursing is? 2 Philosophy of nursing is when the nurse cares for a patient in the hospital or in a home setting. When the nurse is caring for the patient in the hospital or at the patients home, it is his/her job to listen to each request by the patient and care for them accordingly (Öresland, Lutzén, Norberg, Rasmussen, & Määttä, 2013).
Delegation and Supervision Delegation is the process of making appropriate nursing judgment to achieve maximum patient care outcomes. This process is done by the registered nurse, with the understanding of the organizational structure, policies and culture of the institution. This skill has to be mastered by the registered nurse regardless of the method of nursing care delivery. This process can be challenging as well as a learning experience to gain proficiency in delegation and maintain the safety and well being of the patient (Yoder-Wise, 2015). To provide safety, critical thinking, stability and time management the registered nurse needs to take several steps to foster effective delegation.