Jean Watson Nursing Theory

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In this essay I will be discussing how my definition on being a caring nurse relates with the New Zealand nurse’s organization (NZNO, 2010) code of ethics, Treaty of Waitangi (four principles) and the nursing council of New Zealand domain three, Watson’s theory and competencies for Registered nurses. As becoming future nurses, we as nurses need to have the standards and aptitudes to make sure that our patients are taken care of under our supervision.

I became aware of why I wanted to become a nurse is that after my bicycle accident. I had to stay in hospital for three days keeping in mind the end goal to recuperate from my concussion and have the capacity to get recovered. After I was in hospital it changed the way on how I look into nurses.
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Watsons define nursing “as a human science of persons and human health, illness experiences that are mediated by professional, scientific, aesthetic and ethical human care transactions (Cara, N.d). As my nursing definition is about the relationship between the caring of the nurse and patient, as Watson 's theory contains an all-encompassing continue approach to the patient 's care, and is centred on the bond between the patient and nurse. (Crisp and Taylor, 2005). As in Jean Watson 's theory it is concentrated around the caring process, helping patients to fulfil or to die peacefully (Crisp &Taylor, 2005, p.51). As per Watson’s theory it incorporates reasonability and investigation of caring; caring is an interpersonal system containing mediations that result in tending to human needs (Crisp &Taylor, 2005 …show more content…
In competency 3.1 Establishes, maintains & concludes therapeutic interpersonal relationships with client. As a nurse it is important to initiate, maintain and conclude a therapeutic interaction with clients so they will feel that they are listened to and cared for. As my definition of a nurse is to be a caring nurse we should not only just response of the patient and the family to actual; or potential health problems but are attuned to the whole person, not just the unique presenting health problems. By forming a therapeutic interaction with clients, we as nurses build on, the lived experience’s and preferences of their patients and their understanding of the disease and illness process to promote the restoration and maintenance of health in their clients making your client listened to. In competency 3.3 it concentrates upon nurses communicating effectively with clients and members of the health care team (Nursing council of New Zealand, 2007). As lack of communication creates situations where medical errors occur (O’ Daniel & Rosenstein, N.d). As these errors can have the potential to cause, serve injury or even death in some situations. Medical errors, especially those made by failure to communicate, are a pervasive problem in today’s health care organizations. Findings show in the states that 93 percent of communication is more affected by body language, attitude, and tone, leaving

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