Student Nurse Reflective Account Essays and Term Papers

  • Reflective Account

    Reflective account about our group Although I had previous experience about group work, but this time I was unhappy when I was told that we were suppose to work in-groups. I didn’t know any one in the class therefore, I was not convinced at the beginning the students that I was going to work with...

      444 Words | 2 Pages   Interview

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    REFLECTIVE ACCOUNT I started my shift at 7:15 am. My work clothes are comfortable and unrestrictive; my footwear is flat, sensible and offers protection to my feet and ankles. When I arrive to the service user’s home, I knock on the door and wait to be let in either by one of the service user’s...

      919 Words | 2 Pages  

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    lot of information and I as the interviewer had to be able to recall it, use it, relate it to the key skill areas and check it for inconsistencies. Reflective questions were used to pick up on a point the candidate had made and enable me to probe further and find out how much the candidate knew on the key...

      1247 Words | 5 Pages   Recruitment, Interview, Human resource management, Body language

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    Reflective Account of My Day at Work Yesterday I started my day at work at 7:30 am as I was rotted for an early shift as a duty manager for that day. I am following three weeks rolling rota with my colleagues from Senior Management Team (SMT). First of my responsibilities determined by Health and Safety...

      657 Words | 2 Pages  

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    his room. After dealing with this situation I then went to the nurse on duty and explained what I Had done to calm the situation, and explained how talking about cars often distract Mr A when he is showing challenging behaviour. The nurse on shift then documents what has happened and how the issue was...

      499 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Reflective Account

    A reflective account A new little boy started recently in nursery, as he entered nursery i bent down, smiled giving him eye contact i then said hello using his name and told him mine and he smiled back. He had never been to nursery before and he was very excited and had no awareness of the daily routine...

      392 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Reflective Account

    The aim of this assignment is to review a reflective account of events that occurred during a clinical placement, whilst on operational practice in an out of hospital environment. This incident involved a physical assault on a young woman. Siviter (2004) defines reflection as gaining self-confidence...

      484 Words | 2 Pages   Health care provider, Health care

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    point and keep on going. To briefly summarise this learning cycle, I work through it by identifying needs and these are both mine and the potential student. Planning the learning, which I do through creating session plans and learning materials. Facilitate the learning, then assessing the learning and...

      1193 Words | 5 Pages   Institute for Learning, Teacher, Equal opportunity

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    used in this assignment have been changed to protect confidentiality Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC, 2008). Leadership is a key skill for all nurses, they need to be confident and have the skills and knowledge to lead others. To be a good leader a person needs to have certain qualities, although...

      2220 Words | 5 Pages   Transformational leadership, Nursing and Midwifery Council, Leadership, Transactional leadership

  • Reflective Account

    Description Within my college course iam doing my placement in an elderly care home. The unit I’m in tends to be more frail elderly clients. Due to the data protection act 1998 I will be changing names of the clients nursing staff and location to safeguard their confidentially. It is also complies...

      850 Words | 3 Pages   Health

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    technology based and other formal approaches to planning care, which takes into consideration specific needs of carers. This is done using specialised nurses and other health care professionals (Woods, 2003). Respite is also another form of coping alternative that can be used to help carers who suffer...

      4603 Words | 13 Pages   Psychotherapy, Grief, Dementia, Abuse

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    evidence for some of the performance criteria for all three elements in this unit. It should be straightforward to observe practice for this Unit Reflective accounts/professional discussion: These will be a description of your practice with individuals about how you supported and encouraged them in recreational...

      1654 Words | 9 Pages   Information privacy, Competence (human resources), Diversity (business), Risk

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    Reflective account 12 Date: 03.05.12 Aneta Ten I am let in the children world now; they completely trust me and don’t fear me. I stepped in the classroom today and from the door the children said –“Hello”, and smiled. Child S. even gave me a hug. We had 4 indoor activities set for them today, promoting...

      275 Words | 1 Pages  

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    D1 How will Morgan Sindall react to government polices? Since the spending cuts to the housing budget in June 2010 will affect Morgan Sindall, they will have no choice but to make some of their employees redundant. In addition, this will also have a negative effect on the economic environment...

      1049 Words | 3 Pages   Interest rate, Fixed exchange-rate system, Monetary policy, Money supply

  • Reflective Account

    This is an account of an incident that occurred at my workplace at a care home for children. I am a Residential Care Worker. I will be using anonymity in this account to protect the young person . While on shift I was asked by a young person if I would go to their bedroom to speak with them...

      520 Words | 2 Pages  

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    Reflective Account When I started my work placement at my setting I was working with my members of staff and manager who told me how to monitor children when they eat and which child cannot eat certain food because of their religion or culture. Before I started to give out the food for the children...

      684 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Reflective Account

    Changing a Colostomy Mrs X is one of our youngest residents aged 66. She has been in the care home for over 10 years after suffering a brain haemorrhage which affected her mobility and ability to communicate. She requires a substantial amount of care at all times as a result of this. Mrs X also developed...

      596 Words | 2 Pages   COSHH, Personal protective equipment

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    temperature for example. My mentor was satisfied that I had taken a person-centred personalised approach to the task as I had met and taken into account the patient emotional, metal and physical needs by tailoring her meal time experience using appropriate aids and the environment to create a positive...

      1262 Words | 4 Pages  

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     Reflective account Miss A is a 90 years old lady who recently suffered a fall within her home and was admitted to hospital with a fractured hip. Miss A was discharged from hospital back home with the care of District Nurse visiting her once per week. I am at Miss A for her...

      370 Words | 1 Pages  

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    I was bought up in a fairly strict family group with of both parents, and once of each siblings, both older than me. We had a large extended family and with lots of elder family members I learnt very quickly that I had to take my turn and share. My father was a serving member of the armed forces and...

      533 Words | 2 Pages