School of Nursing & Midwifery
NSG3CPC – Clinical Practice Consolidation
Trinh Thi To Nguyen (Katie)
0900 Monday 16th September 2013
Bundoora/ Austin Health
You are required to clearly and accurately document the search strategy used to identify the literature for the literature identified in part A of the professional portfolio and the literature review in part B of the professional portfolio. If you are unsure of how to do this please review the links to resources in the assessment section of the LMS site.
Key words used:
Patient-centred care Holistic care Nurse education Healthcare models
Limitations used: (for example year/s, language, full text etc.)
Data bases used:
Journal article summary (1)
Recent journal article (2009-2013) relevant to person-centred care that will contribute to the literature review in part B of the portfolio assessment task in this subject. This should NOT be one of the articles used in the enquiry guide. (350 words)
Manley, K., Hills, Val & Marriot, S. (2011). Person-centred care: Principle of Nursing Practice D. Nursing Standard. 25,35-37. Retrieved from : http://www.rcn.org.uk/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/377365/Nursing_Standard_Principle_D_April11_560KB.pdf
Type of article: (Quantitative research/Qualitative research/Literature review/case study etc.) Literature Review
Type of publication: (Journal impact factor, peer review etc.) Peer Review
Who are the authors? (Affiliations, qualifications etc.)
Kim Manley, formerly leader, Quality, Standards and Innovation Unit; Learning & Development Institute, Royal College of Nursing, London Val Hills, Learning and development adviser, Royal College of Nursing, Yorkshire and the Humber Sheila Marriot, regional director, RCN, East Midlands
What is the purpose of the article? (What question/problem are the authors trying to address? Hypotheses if relevant) This article is one of a nine- part series describing the Principles of Nursing Practice developed by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) in collaboration with patient and service organizations. This article discusses Principle D, the provision of person –centred care.
What data or evidence do the author/s use to support the hypothesis or purpose? (What kind of data – literature, case notes, qualitative and/or quantitative data etc.) The authors used examples, case studies and previous principles to support their article
Outline the key points identified in the article.
Introduce about the provision of person-centred care which is at the core of nursing practice. The necessary knowledge, skills and ways of working to provide person-centred care The importance of a shared philosophy which is the ways of person centred behaviour not only with patients, but also within the team. The roles of organisation in supporting to the front line nursing team.
What conclusions did the authors make?
The authors emphasises the centrality of the patient care related to necessary skills from each member of the nursing team. If team members use the same approach to the patients, it will enhance the potential contribution of each member to person centred care. Authors also mention about workplace culture where person-centred care values might be realised, reviewed and reflected in the relationship both patients and staff. Rationale for choosing this article. Why is this relevant to your literature review in Part B of the portfolio assessment task? In part B I need to analyse a delegation situation about Ms Deborah and identify two aspects of care for the patient. I am thinking about choosing the psychological care for her anxiety which might be supported by this article. Because this article mentioned quite clearly about how to approach patients, how to share decision...
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