Nursing innovations

Nursing innovations

Published on 4 November 2020
Transcript
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Nursing Innovations
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By Elizabeth Tucker
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The majority of nurses and future nurses will work in hospitals or some form of healthcare facility. We experience our interactions with the individuals we serve in a setting designed to perform our nursing roles. With self-reflection, a true perception can be acquired: the nurse and medical staff have an environmental advantage. I will even dare to say; some may see a systemically designed privilege that creates a biased atmosphere to our favor and not that of the clients.
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Is this truly the best way to serve?
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My Wonder
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Are we truly able to say it is "OUR" community? That we care "in" the community that we serve?
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Objective 1
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The Nurse must understand the context of the client's lives they are serving
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To Know If Your Own Nursing Practice Is an Intergreation Approach with the Community : Look At The Evidence and Assess if the following are Present ?
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Interacction
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Inquisition
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Inerpretation
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Inquired/Active Inquiry
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Investigate
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When All are Present; leads to a Stimulation of Internal Reflection in the Nurse
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Innovating
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Intra-coordinated Collaobrative Frontline Plan of Action: Phase Focused
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First phase focus: Novice Nurses
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Second Phase: Nursing Education programs with Community-based Clinicals
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Final phase: Hospital Engagement Incentive based Experienced Nurse Focus
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Come...Let's Cause and Create Community Connections
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Objective 2
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The Nurse must understand the context in which the client's lives they are serving
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Collaborative Interdisplinary care produces the greatest outcomes
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Completion of Nursing Program and Passing of NCLEX
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The transition from student nurse to a Novice R.N.
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Employment Requirement of inital 2-week community based care rotation
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Inital contact with Patient's as a R.N. in their enviornemt Foundation to developing and applying cultural competence
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Senior community nurse of the hosptial's community as Preceptor for the Novice RN
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From first contact with patient interaction as a Novice RN will be provided appropriate and competent tools and skills to interpretthe culture and socio-economic norms that are of the patient's Which are being cared for in the hospital
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Creation of Novice RN's scope of practice that has intergration of community compentence as a fundamental skill of standard of care competence
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Causes the Novice RN to grow seamlessly a nursing practice where nursing skill competence is developed with an equally competent cultural approach with patient-centered care application
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Novice RN is showing presence of all signs related to intergration with stimulation of internal reflecion as part of standard care
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Evidence of Innovation begins to manifest
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Evidence of Innovation's effect and efficiency
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Objectives
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The Nurse must understand the context of the client's lives they are serving
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Collaborative Interdisplinary care produces the greatest outcomes
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Assess and identify the community needs shows the opportunities for health prior to interventional healthcare medical needs
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There is a direct correlated effect on the Patient's interaction and the remodeling of the Patient's viewing of establishing an effetive Nurse-Patient Relationship
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When there is collaboration of different stake-holders, those in the community, in large bodied medical facilities and in the Nursing field, the goal of excellent Patient-centered care can be accomplished, resulting in an increased patient adherence to care producing increased health in each imdividual , and collectively creating a protcion factor developing in the commuity's health resiliency.
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The Role of Nusing and the first step toward building a cultureof health is; The Nurses's acknowledgement and implementating in practice that, health starts in our homes, schools, and communities.