Care Management

Only available on StudyMode
  • Download(s) : 191
  • Published : April 26, 2013
Open Document
Text Preview
Care management assignment
This essay will be discussing the aspect of role transition in nursing gathered from the nursing and midwifery councils (NMC) the standards of proficiency for pre registration nursing (NMC 2004), the standard aspect I have chosen to discus in this essay is care management. For this assignment I have chosen to analysis the care management skills of delegation, delegation has then been link to other skills such like communication and time management. I will also be analysing and critically evaluating my performance in delegation using examples from practise, while respecting data protection act 1999 and respecting confidencatly and autotonamy in accordance with the NMC (2008). In this assignment I will include a personal development plan which will help to identify and rectify my areas of weakness and help show y progression, alongside this I will be reflecting on my personal development using Gibbs (1988) model of reflection I will support all my analytical discussion with accurate and relevant literature and give rationale for my choice.

I have chosen care management as my standard off profineancy because I feel this is an area of development for me as I have little knowledge and lack experience in this area, which will be improved and enforced in my care management placement. The NMC requires care management outcomes and profecnacy to be achieved and demonstrated as a student to then be able to entre on to the professional nursing register. My rationale behind choosing delegation is that again I have lack of experience using this skill and can sometimes have low confidence when delegating jobs out to other members of the health care team due to my student status. However it is stated in the NMC (2004) that a student nurse needs to be able to “delegate duties to others as appropriate ensuring that they are supervised and monitored at all time”. Role transition.

Nash etal 2009 stated that role transition...
tracking img