• Clinical Performance of the 4th Year Nursing Student of Bulacan State University School Year 2011-2012
    , 1976; Best, Carswell and Abbott, 1990; Reilly and Oermann, 1992). In nursing, however, where there is an expectation of adherence to standards for safe practice, the process of self-evaluation can be learnt by working collaboratively with an experienced nurse educator, in setting appropriate learning...
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  • Ched
    Core competencies of beginning staff nurse: a basis for development of patient safety training program. Pamela T. Ventura 1. What level of competency of the beginning staff nurse based on their self-evaluation in terms of the 11 nursing core competencies: a. Safety and quality...
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  • Clinical Practices
    using evidence –based practices. Health care professionals are expected to demonstrate competent practice within the society. Determining sufficient of clinical assessments and the evaluation of the nursing students has redesigned a large amount of nursing school curriculum to remain relevant...
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  • Nurse
    practice & research Exploring Orem’s self-care deficit nursing theory in learning disability nursing: Philosophical parity paper: part 1 In a two-part article, Paul Horan and colleagues explore the relevance of this popular nursing model from a variety of perspectives. Can Orem’s self-care...
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  • The Nursing Process
    the nursing care plan actually commences and the nurse constanty evaluates the success of the interventions used (Quan, 2007) (Ackley, 2008) (Blias, 2006). The evaluation phase is technically listed as the last one included in the nursing process; however, this phase is evident throughout the...
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  • Clinical Teaching Plan
    – 10% -established nurse- client relationship -display self direction and self discipline -values excellence in nursing practice -attendance -proper decorum Knowledge -20% -rotation exam -post and bedside conference -requirements; individual case study, drug...
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  • Nursing Process
    own needs but needs help with decision making. Step three is equal to implementation and evaluation of the nursing process. In this step the nurse assists the client or the client’s family in self care matters to achieve the identified health-related results desired. (“A Companion to Nursing...
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  • notes
    C: circulation Physiological, safety, love/belonging, esteem, self-actualization Mutual outcomes/evaluation Select interventions Evidence-based nursing practice (EBN) Critical thinking questions Patient hope to accomplish Outcomes prioritized Outcomes measured How long Nursing...
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  • Holistic Care Plan
    balanced meals by the next week. Evaluation: Verbalize importance of nutritional balanced meal. Nursing Diagnosis: Spiritual distress Related to not having enough time and energy for religious involvement (Lorenz, 2013). Nursing Interventions: Identify causes of distress. Find time for religious...
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  • Nursing Theorist
    identified timeframe. For each outcome, state 2 nursing interventions using NIC criteria as well as 1 evaluation method. Interventions and the evaluation method must be appropriate to the desired outcomes. Provide rationale for each nursing diagnosis, and explain how PES, NANDA, NOC, and...
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  • Critical Thinking and Its Relevance in Nursing Practice
    thinking include but not limited to advanced interpretation ability that enables practitioners to draw logical conclusions, advanced analytical capability and strong evaluation skills. The practice of nursing requires high levels of self-regulation and flexibility. Perfecting these crucial...
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  • Program Planning
    of complexity, and debriefing should be thoroughly planned. The summative evaluation of the simulation framework will be based on the knowledge gained; level and learner satisfaction of the performance, as well as the critical thinking and self-confidence of the learners. Program planning according...
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  • Ollg
    partial emptying the bladder | Cues | Nursing Diagnosis | Plan | Intervention | Rationale | Evaluation | Subjective:“Nawala na matres ko, parang nabawasan pagkababae ko”Objective:Sad facial expressionExpressions of shamePoor eye contactNarrowed focus | Low self-esteem related to loss of body...
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  • Clinical Performance
    outcomes when students develop good relationships with nursing staff. Chesser-Smyth (2005) reported factors identified by students which contributed to their increased confidence level, increased self esteem, and decreased anxiety which subsequently facilitated their learning. These were: acquisition of...
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  • Orem Theory
    Dr. Dorothea Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory The Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory (SCDNT) was conceived and developed during a time when Nursing lacked definition and identity within the medical community. This theory, not only, helped to move nursing from vocation to profession, it “is...
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  • Patient at Risk for Cost Related Medicines
    more self directing in attaining or maintaining a healthy state of mind & body Instructing nursing personnel and family to help the individual do for himself that which he can within his limitations Helping the individual to adjust to his limitations and emotional problems Working...
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  • Nursing Philosophy
    further believe a person's maintenance of self-care is individually and culturally influenced and that these five general methods of providing self-care involves a process which is continuous and which can involve assessment, analysis, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Nursing Education...
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  • Dorothea Orem
    9 Universal Self-care 9 Developmental Self-Care 9 Health Deviations 9 Medical Problem and Plan 10 Self-care Deficits 10 Nursing Diagnosis 10 Outcomes and Plan 10 Implementation 11 Evaluation 11 REFERENCES 12...
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  • Negligent
    . | | | |Precipitators of allergic type of respiratory reactions | | |that can trigger/exacerbate onset of acute episode. | Nursing Evaluation: After one hour of rendering...
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  • Dengue
    July 14, 2010 July 15, 2010 2. Self-care deficit July 14, 2010 July 15, 2010 3. Risk for Infection July 15, 2010 July 15, 2010 NURSING CARE PLAN no. 1 Date identified : November 14, 2010 Subjective...
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