Clinical Experience Reflection Journal
Name: Date: Week
1. Choose one patient (new mother, newborn, or pregnant/laboring woman) and identify the priority problem. What did you contribute toward resolving or easing the problem?
N/A for this week
2. Provide an example of an inciden
As Donahue (1996) writes, the origin of the words "nurse" and "nursing" are varied, and shift in meaning as reflected in the perception of nursing's role in health care and in society. From nursing's earliest Latin derivative from nutrire, "to nourish," and nurse, nutrix, meaning "n
The nurse's day on the ward starts with the ritual of a report. Much of the information shared is routine, often not relevant to care and potentially subjective.
Identify a situation where you have either given or received the change of shift report.
The nursing r
ASSIGNMENT: REFLECTIVE ESSAY
Due Date: Week 13
As another semester comes to an end, it is a good time to reflect on your experiences and your learning. To summarize your experiences in this course, we would like you to write up a 5-10 page paper about your expe
Journal of Transcultural Nursing
Marilyn “Marty” Douglas, DNSc, RN, FAAN Assistant Clinical Professor University of California, San Francisco
Joyceen S. Boyle, PhD, RN, CTN, FAAN Professor, School of Nursing Medical College of Georgia Dula Pacquiao, EdD, RN, CTN Pr
DEPARTMENT OF NURSING
CLINICAL ASSESSMENT TOOL
Subjective Data (Basic Conditioning Factors)
Student: Date of Care: 10/03/09
Patient’s Initials: P. V. Age: 37
Room #: 3114 Bed 1 Allergies:
Gender: F Medications: NKA
Hawai’i State Center for Nursing
Nursing Education and Practice: Building Partnerships to Ensure a Stable Nursing Workforce in Hawai’i
Written by Sandra A. LeVasseur Associate Director, Research Hawaii State Center for Nursing February 2006
Nursing Education and Practice: Building Partn
The principles of adult education are quite different from the ideas that are commonly used to teach children in schools (Wegener). The method of teaching a child, where all the relevant knowledge are simply spoon fed to him may not appeal to any adult patient’s learning, nor provide
Purpose of Profession
Nurses work with patients of all ages such as baby, children, adult, and elderly. Each patient has it own kind of disease and disorder. As for nurses they face many types of patient some can be foreigner. The types of patient nurses face can depend of certain field o
13 August, 2007
Gail P. Mooney, MSc, PG Social Research Methods, RGN.
Lecturer, School of Health Science, University of Wales, Swansea.
What it is?
What it is?
The function of the respiratory system is to supply adequate oxygen to the tissues and to remove the wa
Experiencing Mentorship & Reflection of Practice – Applying Research in Practice
Description of Mentorship
Through out the years the nursing profession has changed, through evidence based practice, and nursing research the profession has elevated. Nurses have the tremendous respon
Write a report on the use of evidence based nursing within long term conditions (LTC), including personal reflection on how you have recently used evidence based practice in the care of a person with a long term condition.
2.1. This report discusses the significance of
Nursing Process and Clinical Decision-Making
The nursing professional faces a myriad of decisions on a daily basis. The effectiveness of the decision-making process is crucial to ensuring positive outcomes in the clinical setting. If the nursing process is misunderstood or misapplied to the decis
Mr. Comer was admitted to his local community hospital for respite care. He has suffered multiple, acute strokes in the past, which has left him with severe disabilities. These include paralysis rendering him immobile, aphasia (speech loss) and dysphagia (swallowing difficulties). He relies on carer
Case Study Reflection Paper
Case Study Reflection Paper
The case study about John and Mary and their children illustrated cultural, legal, and ethical issues that can arise in the healthcare setting. Having worked in the Neonatal Intensive
Care Unit for the last decade of my nur
TEACHING ABILITY OF THE CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS
AND PERFORMANCES OF NURSING STUDENTS IN NCM 104
A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the College of Nursing
John Paul II College of Davao
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NURSING STUDENT CLINICAL EXPERIENCES AND PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS AS MEASURED BY NCLEX-RN PASS RATES
Title: DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF NURSING STUDENT CLINICAL EXPERIENCES AND PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS AS MEASURED BY NCLEX-RN PASS RATES
Author: Tanicala, Martha L.
This is the first assignment of the concepts in nursing. The nursing process is a series of scientific steps that can be applied to a patient to fulfil his or her basic needs and helps to solve the clinical problem independently. It is based on a nursing theory developed by Ida Je
The Effects of Clinical Instructors on Nursing Students
The effects of nurse instructors -- or preceptors, as they are called in the nursing field -- on nursing students in clinical settings can range from helpful to detrimental. Depending on the preceptor, the student may come away from the clinic
HEA 631 – Theory
This module was a legal and ethical module, I do enjoy looking at the legal aspects of nursing, but it can feel a bit overwhelming.
For this module we were divided into small groups of 4 or 5 people for Problem Based Learning (PBL), and each group was given a s