By Dave Barton, Andreé le May
A whole source in your occupation in nursing; this ebook offers a legitimate wisdom foundation for potent care and top perform in medical institution and neighborhood settings and, along this, explores the numerous routes your expert improvement can take.
Part one explores the major elements of the adventure from beginning your grownup nursing reports to turning into a specialist practitioner, researcher, supervisor or instructor, with the point of interest consistently on constructing the absolute best care.
Part appears to be like on the 5 significant care topics: first touch, entry and pressing care; aiding long-term and palliative care; acute and demanding clinic care; psychological healthiness and psychosocial care; and public future health and first care. A holistic and sensible process attracts jointly learn, coverage directions, and nurse and sufferer experiences.
A better half site presents annotated weblinks to worthwhile assets, PowerPoint shows, interactive MCQs, and an 'ask the authors' feature.
- Presents the easiest facts for practice
- Reflects united kingdom coverage instructions and international healthiness trends
- Text beneficial properties contain scientific case stories, sufferer views, key issues, color illustrations and actions to assist learning
- Highlights occupation pathways and key components for carrying on with specialist development
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Welsh Assembly Government, 2008, p. 4) Career advice The Modernising Nursing Careers report identified the need for a clear career framework within the profession, and that this framework needed to be understood by the public. This textbook is, in part, based on that recommendation. Fitness to practice, based on regular appraisal and ongoing professional development Modernising Nursing Careers reinforced the principle that had been established for some time in the Post-Registration Education and Practice (PREP) standard (Nursing and Midwifery Council, 2010).
In fact, you may not at first notice any great change. But as time progresses, you will increasingly be expected to take more responsibility for the management of the patients in your care and for the teams of nurses that you work with, and eventually (dependent on your area of work) you may start taking overall responsibility for being ‘in charge’. However, the idea that you can only do this within the setting of a traditional hospital ward is an oldfashioned notion. Newly qualified nurses are increasingly looking to first posts in critical care, specialist areas of care or community and primary care.
Expect the question ‘Tell us about yourself’? This does not refer to your social life – they want to know about you as a professional nurse! ’ (Suggestion – a good weak point is that you are very concerned with getting care right. ’ • Take in a list of questions. Even if your interviewers cover them all during the interview, refer to your list and tell them they have covered everything. Day 1: A qualified Registered Nurse – so what happens next? You walk on to the ward, unit, clinic. You’re a staff nurse – and this is your first day.
Adult nursing : preparing for practice by Dave Barton, Andreé le May