Personal Nursing Philosophy Of Care According To Kim (2015)

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Personal Nursing Philosophy of Care According to Kim (2015), a nursing philosophy can be defined as the affective and intellectual outcomes as the result of the efforts by a professional nurse. These efforts are being made in understanding the ultimate relationships between humans, their surrounding environment, and health, approaching nursing as a scientific field, integrating sense of values, and articulating a personal belief system about human beings, their health, environment and nursing as a process. A personal nursing philosophy of care consists of contemplation and reflection of one’s principles, beliefs, and values with their practice. It has become a critical aspect in everyone’s approach for their development and transformation into …show more content…
I started questioning myself about what nursing is to me, what is directing my practice, what I want to do as a nurse, how I can make a meaningful difference than the rest of the nursing employees, etc. Understanding of the ultimate relationships between human beings, health and their environment is delivering care towards them. Being truly sensitive with each other’s needs is known as care. Delivering care to each person by treating them as special and unique individuals, irrespective of their residency, belonging, caste, religion and ethnicity, is my core nursing philosophy behind the care. Therefore, my philosophy statement of nursing care is “Being there for someone at the time of their need and serve them by all possible means in accordance to the professional standards and code of conduct for Nursing, irrespective of who they are and where do they belong …show more content…
Nursing must set goals for promoting well being of the patients and their families. Nurses must use their knowledge and skills to deliver appropriate and quality care as per required by the patients. Nursing must be practiced in accordance to the standards set by the nursing profession, which requires constant critical assessment of one’s nursing practice by self and others. The process help nurses in improvement of their skills and knowledge so that patients and their families to receive benefits at their maximum. Personally, nursing is my way of paying back to society as I enjoy providing help to others. Dedicating myself provides me inner peace. This is a different view as compared to the view I had in the beginning of the degree program. The focus then got shifted to acquisition of new skills as I realized that healing is more than prescribing and administering medications on the patients. The healing and caring process involves truly showing a person about your care towards them and interacting with the person spiritually. This spiritual level of interaction with patient provides a therapeutic alliance between the nurse and the patient and promotes trust which

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