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    independently. -I advocated for my patients right to determine end of life decisions, and right to refuse treatment. -Learning occurred: cognitive, affective, and psychomotor. -Preceptor support of care decisions and praise of actions. -Family communication of appreciation. A family thanked me for providing care to their loved one and supporting them through the process of end of life. -Good working nurse- patient relationships, as well as good working relationships with families. I…

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    Communication is considered to be effective when an understanding is established between the parties that are communicating. The health field is a reservoir that allows people of diverse culture and ethnicity to interact; therefore it is important that an effective communication system is established among the healthcare professionals. The provision of care requires the collaborative effort of various disciplines, each with different views and pattern of communication. Respect and receptivity is…

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    and affects individuals differently. However, a burdensome problem is the inability to effectively communicate with others. According to Jooton, communication gives…

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    This topic is very interesting because the experiences people have in everyday jobs with communication between co-workers vary. This topic can be very helpful to many people in many different areas of employment. This essay will be mostly about an experience in the nursing field and the troubles with communication. During this week communication was observed and some difficulties were noted such as the inability to engage in dual perspective, lack of responsiveness, and expressing liking and…

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    Effective communication Effective communication is crucial to convey the seriousness of the illness. By establishing an effective communication with the patient and their family can help decrease pain and distress and allow decision making regarding treatment to be done effectively. Effective communication will allow healthcare providers to provide good quality end of life care and to help them with their concerns and questions. Each patient has different communication needs depending on…

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    Field Log For this journal entry I will share two different activities which include doing some assessments and making some mistakes and working with high school students that came to the nursing home to work with the residents and play games in the activity room and sing Christmas songs for the residents at the nursing home. Description of activity (what happened). One of the activities that I got to do was some assessments, however, because the forms have different things on them it is…

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    St. Luke’s Nursing Center, in Carthage, Missouri; safety is paramount and is taught through oral communication and the Disaster Manual. The oral communication is carried out on a daily basis in regard to safety of the resident’s general living environment. There is always a focus on the safety of the residents pertaining to their health, dietary needs, and transfer assistance for low or non-ambulatory residents. For this type of safety, there is a large amount of oral communication between…

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    The program outcome of use emerging patient care technologies and information systems to support safe and effective nursing practice, I have accomplished all these goals. I have operated, used, and assessed common hemodynamic monitoring used in the ED. I have also been charting all the patient assessments through the electronic data monitoring system, but I still need to ask my preceptor questions every once in a while how to chart certain information. I have also been reading orders that were…

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    Successful communication in the healthcare field is a vital ingredient in the health of patients. The importance of accurate documentation in nursing cannot be stressed enough. Patients’ health and nursing careers alike have all suffered the consequences of insufficient communication and documentation. To demonstrate appropriate communication skills, I always ensure that I respect confidentiality, share information in a way that patients can understand, give only information people want or need…

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    Nursing Leadership Priorities Health care organizations and the way patient care is delivered is rapidly changing. The ability to manage, promote, and facilitate change is one of the most important skills that nursing leaders need to be successful. Influencing change requires effective communication skills, and the ability to help other see the vision (Curtis, De Vries, & Sheerin, 2011). This paper will discuss leading change and effective communication as nursing leadership priorities for St.…

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