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Transition from novice to expert nurse
Intuition
Empowerment
Control
what are the 5 levels of competence when making clinical judgements?
novice
advanced beginner
competent
proficient
expert nurse
What is an integral 'art of nursing'
Intuitive perception
what is empowerment
is an important concept for nurses and patient today, may be viewed as both process and an outcome
An empowered self develops as a consequence of five processes
control
competence
credibility
confidence
confort
How control develops?
as nurses handle their own emotions and to master clinical situations by making and acting on client care decisions
What are the Current trends in maternal-infant care
1. Family choices including self-care including community care/home care
Newborns' and Mothers' 2. Health Protection Act of 1996
3.The internet as resource for families(available for those with access ie DHHS
4.Changes in the healthcare environment
5.Giving care to diverse client
What is the Health Protection Act of 1996
provides for a postpartum stay of up to 48 hours following vaginal irth and up to 96 if caesarian
Changes in the healthcare environment includes:
Cost
Access
Quality
What are the specific elements that contribute to a family''s value system includes the following?
Religion & social belief
Presence & influence of extended family as well as socialization within ethnic group
Communication patterns
Beliefs & understanding about the concepts of health and illness
Permissible physical contact with strangers
Education
common in areas such as
Help seeking behavior
pregnancy & childbirth practices
Cauese of disease & illness
death & dying
caretaking & caregiver
Childrearing practices