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What is the definition of nursing?
protection, promotion and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities and populations.
what s the ANA responsible for?
developing scope and standards of practice that apple to the practice of all professional nurses, and serve as a template for specialty practice
What is true of the development for the Scope and Standards of nursing practice?
They require broad input into their development beyond the ANA
What is a scope of practice statement?
It describes the who, what, where, when why and how of nursing practice, to accomodate evolving boundaries and memberships
What is true of the breadth of the nursing practice?
it encompasses the full range of nursing practice, and the engagement of the scope of practice is dependent of education, experience, role and the served population
What is a nursing standard?
authoratative statement of the duties that all registered nurses (regardless or role, pop., or specialty) are expected to perform by
When are standards subject to change?
depends on context: patterns of professional practice change and application of standards at a given time (i.e. natural disaster)
Are the standards ever reviewed?
Yes they are subject to periodic review and revision
What is the nursing proces?
assessment --> diagnosis --> identification of outcomes --> planning --> implementation --> evaluation
Is the nursing process linear?
No it is a bi-directional feed back loop, where each component interacts
How do the Standards of Practice coincide with the nursing process?
represent the directive nature of the standard
How do the Standards of Professional Performance relate to the nursing process?
how well a professional nurse adheres to the standard of practice, completes nursing process, and addresses other nursing practice issues and concerns
What are the 5 tenet characteristics to the nursing practice?
1. nursing practice is individualized
2. Nurses coordinate care by establishing partnerships with other care providers (including family, support systems.. etc)
3. Caring is central to the practice of the registered nurse
4. Use nursing process to plan and provide individualized care
5. Professional work environment is strongly correlated to the registered nurse's ability to provide quality health care and achieve optimal outcomes
What is a health care consumer?
the patient, person, family, client, group, community or population --- who is the focus of attention and to whom the nurse is providing care
what is health care?
the attempt to address the health needs of the pt and public
What is caring?
caring is a conscious judgment that manifests itself in concrete acts, interpersonally, verbally, and non-verbally
Besides pt, families and populations for whom else does the nurse care for?
Self, environment and society
What are the two things used during the nursing process o validate actions?
theoretical and evidenced-vased knowledge of human experience
What underlies the nursing process?
What contributes to medical errors, ineffective delivery of care, and conflict stress among the health professionals?
negative, demoralizing and unsafe work conditions
What are the three governing bodies that have applicable healthy work environment designs?
American association of critical cares nurses, magnet recognition program and the institute of medicine
What are the six aspects of the critical care model work environment?
skilled communication, true collaboration, effective decision making, appropriate staffing meaningful recognition, and authentic leadership
What are the aspects of the magnet recognition program model for a healthy work environment?
Empirical Quality Results (know the difference the efforts have made)
New Knowledge, Innovation, and Improvements
• Exemplary Professional Practice
• Structural Empowerment
• Transformational Leadership
What are the aspects of the insitute of medicine guide to a healthy work environment?
• Transformational leadership and evidence-based management
• Maximizing workforce capability
• Creating and sustaining a culture of safety and research
• Work space design and redesign to prevent and mitigate errors
• Effective use of telecommunications and biomedical device interoperability
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