One major aspect of the self-care deficit theory is that patients need to know about their health problems in order to become responsible for their health. Orem believed one way of helping a patient reach his/her self-care goal is through teaching. Her theory is the framework behind nursing action to provide patient education in a comfortable and supportive setting (Bernier, 2002.) Through this model we see that patient education is vital to nursing. Orem’s work helps nurses understand the goal of nursing and lays the foundation to achieving it by patient education and other
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. The nurse plays an essential role in speaking up and also protecting patient rights when trying to make a decision relating to their health. The main idea of the analysis is to understand the concept of advocacy and roles of a nurse in any type of healthcare
In nursing, it is important to understand client’s emotions in order to provide the needed health care. This will help clients to open up with one’s own health issues. In all health care system the health care professionals should put one’s self in client’s shoes. This will help the nurse-patient relationship to be more effective. This will enhance the clients to provide... ... middle of paper ... ...r, R., & Evans, K., & Nizette, D. (2009).
Emotional intelligence is the ability, capacity and skill to identify, assess and control the emotions of oneself, of others and of groups. This quality plays an important role in nursing success whether they are working in management or at the bed side. We must understand and create a therapeutic relationship between nurses-client relationships. We must understand the client’s situation and help them to achieve their needs so that it provides a better care. Therefore nurses should always seek out techniques to assist in the caring of the client and provide them with all the support and their betterment to have a better therapeutic relationship with the clients.
The nurse is able to support the patient by providing education for self care techniques. Nurse researchers participate in and conduct research to help increase knowledge and improve current standards (pg 11). Florence Nightingale, the pioneer of evidence based practice, is an example of how nursing researchers have influenced patient care needs based on current health care evidence. The nurse is also an advocate who protects the legal rights of the patient making sure they understand and agree with the decisions about their health (pg 11). The collaborator role allows the nurse to work with all of the health care team to provide the best care possible for the patient (pg 11).
It is really important for nurses and health care professionals to demonstrate therapeutic communication with the patient. Nurse must also have access to continuing education and study interpersonal relationship to develop the knowledge of therapeutic communication. As stated in the article, “The best expertise training and continuing education of nurses in matters relating to the proper technique of communication will enable them to respond adequately and humanly to the expectations of patients” (Lambrini & Ioanna, 2014). The article is really useful and informative. Its serve as a reminder that communication is the central to compassionate and high quality of nursing care.
The American Journal of Health Promotion defines “Health Promotion as the science and art of helping people change their life style to move towards a state of optimal health, which is a balance of the physical, emotional, social, spiritual and intellectual health.” The main purpose of health promotion in nursing practice is that nurses have a major role to play in order to guide individuals to make healthy decisions by including their patients and families, communities that further form organizations. So it is essential for nurses to have thorough knowledge and information about health promotion theories and models. Nurses must possess the skill to implement and upgrade the effectiveness of evidence based interventions and critically work on future research. Research has shown that nurses with a bachelors or masters degree are adequately able to present, vital strategies to adapt healthy lifestyle to create healthy homes, work areas for school and community as a whole. The nursing roles and responsibilities are evolving to health promotion by looking at the history where we find the main role of nursing was to take care of patients and to treat their disease condition.
Emotional Intelligence And Reflective Practice Are Integral Component Of Building A Therapeutic Relationship In Nursing Emotionalintelligence simply means is an ability to perceiveaccess and manage one’s own, other and group’s emotions. It is often related to empathy and compassion (Naidu 2014). It is very important because it builds asuccessful humanrelationship. Emotional intelligencealso establishes therapeutic relationship between a nurse and patient relationship. Toprevent this, nurses need to adopt strategies to protect their health.
Having advanced nursing knowledge and being able to apply it into appropriate healthcare settings is key when caring for various patient populations (Christensen, 2011). Through my course of study I have been able to study past nursing theories and research in order to formulate a plan that is evidence based and best for my patient. While working with critically ill patients in the Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) I have been able to take the knowledge gained from research and incorporate it into plann... ... middle of paper ... ...ety is very important. As a practicing registered nurse I have discovered that patients as well as healthcare nurses need education on improving safety. In the clinical setting, patients should be educated on all topics that are related to their specific disease process or medical condition.
Looking for any signs related to possible health issues. This is part of my head to toe assessment. While doing so I am constantly asking questions to establish a relationship with my patient. Developing the idea of learning their external and internal health and building an understanding of their core. Patients health changes daily so building a relationship as their nurse will help me to create ideal interventions to establish a care plan related to their improvement with their quality of life and health.