• Miss
    NMC’s Guidelines for the Administration of Medicines (2007). The Consumer Protection Act 1987 and Medicines Act 1968 require that to administer medication, the practitioner has to ensure that the right medication is given, to the right patient, at the right time, in the right form of the drug, at the...
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  • Essay
    Assignment One Practice Incident Reflection NSB321 Identification of Feelings Whilst on my nursing practicum I was doing my afternoon medication rounds with my buddy RN and noticed that one of the medications that was due was not signed. I felt empowered that as a student I noticed this error...
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  • Learning Style
    students in pharmacology such as: a. conceptual pharmacology, b. medication administration, c. drug Calculation. The dependent variable is represented by the Extent of learning style reference:4 – Strongly preferred,3 – Preferred,2 – Not preferred,1 – Strongly not preferred. While in the expected outcomes...
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  • Learning Plan
    Learning Plan Individual Learning Goals | Activities to Achieve Goals | Resources/Supports | Evidences | Target Date | Learning Goal#1To increase my knowledge and skill on medication administration incorporating...
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  • Personal statement
    STATEMENT OF PURPOSE This statement of purpose serves as a reflection of my life, and my motivation that has enabled me to take on a career I believe will enhance the quality of life through hard work, and diligence for the patient population. As a student I had the privilege to accompany my...
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  • Lab Notes
    client’s age? What do you need to do now? Refer to your Health, law and ethics lecture notes. Activity 13: Medication administration You are now required to administer the on call pre medications for Julia as prescribed. Working in a pairs, (one person will take the role as the buddy RN and...
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  • Reflection on Nursing Handover
    from my mistake. My incompetence has become learning curve and I now feel that I have improved my practice and became a better nurse, thus improving patient care. As I am currently a third year student, I have since gained more experience in the administration of medicines, thus my confidence has...
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  • Reflection on Key Skill
    the calculation and could have been rectified before the gentamycin was administered to the patient. A study carried out by Sheu et al (2007) to understand why medication administration errors occur found out that one third of errors occurred because of wrong doses and some errors and near misses...
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  • Nursing Reflection
    Reflection on a clinical Skill This essay will discuss a clinical skill in which I have become competent in practicing as a student nurse. I will use a reflective model to discuss how I have achieved the necessary level of competence in my nurse training programme. The reflective model I...
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  • 2000 Word Critical Reflection on Strategies the Learner Has Used to Facilitate Learning - Preparing Facilitators of Practice Learning and Assessment
    discuss this subject when mentoring future students. ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- The student was able to focus on the skill of administering the medication and did so competently. In the discussion and reflection, which...
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  • Assessing and Supporting Learners in Practice
    required standards (NMC 2008a). To promote a supporting and informative environment Ann was maintained under the status of supernumerary and supervised. This ensures that students should not be employed under a contract providing nursing care (RCN 2007; NMC 2008). Upon reflection Ann was not seen as a...
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  • Student Teaching Reflection
    Student Teaching Reflection My student teaching provided me with was an experience that will best benefit me into my future teaching career.  I had the opportunity to teach in a 1stgrade classroom.  The class started out with 17 students, 5 girls and 12 boys, but one student moved away and the...
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  • Reflective Practice in Oncology Nursing
    . Occasionally, Information technologies (IT) systems also play the main role in our hospital intended to prevent any delayed on preparation of treatment by faxing the medication administration chart from the unit, then preparation of medication, charging the medication, and receiving the medication to the...
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  • Technology Learning
    Education Today, 33(5), 546-551. Bowden, S. D. (2003). Enhancing your professional nursing practice through critical reflection. Abu Dhabi Nurse. Lachman, V. D. (2009, January/February). Practical use of nursing code of ethics: part I. MEDSURG Nursing, 18/1, 55-57. Omen, K. S., Duran, C., & Fink, R. (2008, January). Evidenced-based policy and procedures: An algorithm for success. The Journal of Nursing Administration, 38(1), 47-51....
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  • Reflective Essay on Peg Feeding
    developing skills for safe administration of PEG feed made me confident as a student nurse to look forward to practice safely as a registered nurse in the future. I realise the importance of updating clinical skills and knowledge. Using a reflective model has helped me to realise that my learning is...
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  • Attention Defict Hyperactivity Disorder
    . Teachers have seen the positive effects of medications and sometimes recommend it to parents, but as mentioned before, medications may not be sought by the parent or the parent may not follow through with the administration consistently. Even if medications are being effectively administered, some of...
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  • Reflection
    informatics in a healthcare setup which included: • Improved access to information. • Error reduction & improved communication. • Decreased redundancy on data entry. • Convenience. • Decreased time spent in medication administration & documentation • Increased time for client care • Facilitation of...
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  • Reflection
    regarding urology patients. They differ due to the use of general anesthesia, the need to void before discharge, education of post-op care, and pain medication administration. Learning needs I identified from this experience includes education about the different urology procedures and education, how to...
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  • Reflective Practice
    flexible ways in which to respond to these situations (Burns and Bulman, 2000). According to Whitehead and Mason (2003, reflection is the process of examining personal thoughts and actions while focusing on your-self interaction as an individual with colleagues and the environment to obtain a...
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  • Mister
    student involvement, encourage reflection and critical thinking, and take into consideration different learning styles. 3. Evaluate students' work according to departmental standards. 4. Meet scheduled classes or provide appropriate activities approved by the department chair according to the terms...
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