What Is Nursing Experience In The Clinical Experience

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What I (or We) Observed During the Medical/Surgical Clinical Experience Throughout the semester I was able to observe nurses and was able to see a glimpse of their daily routine. Sadly, I have noticed a few examples of nurses not giving adequate care to their patients. One day this semester I was able to observe a nurse in the Critical Care Unit. There was a 65 year old male who just had heart surgery. He had suffered from a stroke in the past and was unable to communicate effectively and had difficulty ambulating. He wanted to go to the urinal, however he was unable to reach the urinal in time. There was urine on the floor and on his socks. The nurse wiped up the floor however did not change the patient’s socks. The nurse said to …show more content…
9) is another essential Carative Factor. A nurse should be aware of their patients’ needs on every level. Procedures and care actions should be performed with accuracy and to the nurse’s best capability. Inaccuracy with certain procedures can lead to more severe complications. Showing compassion and making the hospital a friendly environment can raise the patient’s spirit, which can foster healing and open communication. Even small actions can make a difference in the patient’s stay at the hospital. A nurse stopping to have a simple conversation can brighten a patient’s day especially if they do not have their own support …show more content…
The Caring Theory focuses most on the implementation of better nursing care. Neglect seems to revolve more around the attitude of the care giver rather than it being a procedural issue. The Caring Theory focuses most on the quality of care being given to each patient and connecting with each one on a spiritual level. Nurses should look at their patients as human being instead of another person to care for. Also by using the 10 Carative Factors a nurse is able to reevaluate the care that was delivered throughout the day, and be able to deliver the best care

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