Accountability And Responsability Concept In Nursing

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CONCEPT FIVE
This concept is on Authority and responsibility in nursing service
Authority and responsibility goes hand in hand authority is the power to instruct while responsibility is the obligation to act as instructed. In organization hierarchical structure, authority flows from up to bottom while responsibility is the reverse is the case.
A concrete definition of authority is institutionalized and legal power inherent in particular job, function or position that is meant to enable its holder to successful carries out his or her responsibility.
Responsibility is a duty or obligation to satisfactorily perform or complete a task (assigned by someone, or created by one’s own promise or circumstances) that one must fulfill, and which has consequent
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It is the concept of being held responsible for carrying out a defined set of duties or tasks.
It is defined as the obligation of an individual or organization to account for its activities, accept responsibility for them and to disclose the results in a transparent manner.
6.1 Personal Context
Accountability is a major determinant of organizational growth and development. Employees must see it as an obligation and avoid nonchalance Accountability should be an inbuilt mechanism in all individuals. People should do what is right and in line with organization’s policies, rules and regulations.
6.2 Social Context
Health care providers are constantly striving to improve quality and efficiency by using performance management systems and quality improvement initiatives.
Creating and maintain a culture of accountability are important for achieving organization’s aims and objectives.
Accountability is a tool for the measurement and improvement of performance. The key to create a culture of accountability is explicit.
6.3 Application in Current Job
Accountability demonstrates responsibility to patients and clients as well as other members of the health
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CONCEPT SEVEN This concept is on group dynamics from module 5.3. It describes the definition of a group criteria, and objective group dynamics. Group dynamics is a system of behaviors and psychological processes occurring within a social group. It is the attitudinal and behavioral characteristics of a group, and in this context the group is organization. Organization we say is the collection of people coming together to achieve a common goal. Group dynamics has a series of concrete objectives. The group members should be aware of the objective applied to that particular group. Some of the objectives of group dynamics are:
- To acquire skills necessary for organizational performance
- To build a successful organization,
- Provide technique application in goal achievement.
As part of a group dynamic, the criteria for a group must be established, it includes:
- Formal social structure
- Face to face interaction
- More than one person
- Common goal
- Common goal and recognition by others.
7.1 PERSONAL

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