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    Why do you want to become a tutor for the UTC? What qualities do you possess that will make you an effective tutor? I want to become a tutor because I greatly enjoyed tutoring both my Junior and Senior years of high school. I have always helped those around me who struggle in class and tutoring is a natural extension of that. Additionally, tutoring is one of the only careers I have had experience in so far making this a familiar job. My best quality for this job is experience. I tutored on a…

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    Role of clinical nurse leadership in improving patient care Jill Murphy and colleagues describe how clinical leadership has been defined and developed among nurse leaders in the Republic of Ireland summary Leadership in nursing plays a crucial part in the provision of good patient care. However, the terms ‘nursing leadership’ and ‘nursing management’ are often confused. This article discusses the difficulties in defining ‘clinical leadership’, outlines its development in the Republic of Ireland,…

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    Clinical leadership education for nursing students: Shaping future clinical leaders Curtis et al. (2011, p.309) stated that clinical leadership is an important part of nursing practice which should be started ‘at the earliest stages of basic nursing education and training’. I propose to critically examine clinical leadership education for nursing students, overcoming barriers to clinical leadership education and developing future clinical leaders in the implementation for health care policy and…

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    DISCUSSION Defining clinical leadership Clinical leaders are defined as clinical experts who provide direct clinical services to patients (Stanley 2012). The dimension in developing clinical leadership has been identified and these are related to organizing clinical area, providing patient service, and developing professional and competences for clinical leadership (Casey et al. 2011). This view is supported by Casey et al. (2011) who argues that clinical leadership optimizes patient services…

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    Competencies The nurse practitioner is prepared to take care for patient at any stage of life. The nurse practitioners are involved in the management of health an illness status. The nurse practitioners have the ability to obtain and advanced patient history and performed a thorough physical assessment. In addition, they have the skill recognize signs and symptoms of complex and unstable health problem that requires medical assistance and plan appropriate interventions. The nurse practitioner…

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    professional practice, its historical dependence on physician still lingers. I would say, nurses could not able to be psychologically free and independent from physicians influence. For instance, Boland, Boland and Buus (2010) in their research article titled “Autonomy, evidence, and intuition: nurses and decision-making”, discussed this very issue that nurses have in clinical practice. According to the researchers, nurses still have a problem to be independent practitioner and the problem…

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    Leadership Clinical Journal Mykenzie Stegeman Century College Introduction The author of this paper participated in two, eight-hour nursing leadership clinical rotations at Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul, MN. In this paper, the author will analyze leadership concepts related to the clinical experience and how she can strive to become the best professional nurse leader she can be. Self-analysis Values and beliefs of the author include, organization, timeliness, accuracy, good…

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    case manager, my contribution as a leader is in the coordination of care in utilizing the efficient and effective use of resources. According to the American Case Management Association (ACMA) (2017), “the goal of case management is to maintain optimal patient health status across the continuum of care in a manner that emphasizes both individual control over decisions and stewardship of resources” (para. 12). Some of the functions of a case manager are in clinical assessment, care…

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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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    Working as a Registered Nurse on the General Surgery unit of St Pauls’ hospital has given me a deeper understanding that our healthcare system, no matter how easily accessible and efficient, will always be room for improvement. Therefore, the primary reasons for my application to the Master of Nursing: Generalist is two fold. First, I wish to raise more awareness around the social determinants of health to improve our health care system. Second, I wish to contribute and improve new health…

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