Develops an effective communication style for interacting with current patients.
Reflects on current theory and clinical class with concepts and theories using the Program Learning Outcomes and BSN Essentials listed in the syllabus
Access the BSN Essentials document in your syllabus. Here you will reflect on what you have learned in theory and your other classes during the term and relate it to one or more of the BSN Essentials. How does what you learned in class support the BSN essential? Specifically related to skills you can apply in clinical, how what you learned enhances the human experience, skills and knowledge that you use to address practice issues and how to take care of a diverse population (culture and socioeconomics).
Develops an effective communication style for interacting with current patients, families, and the interdisciplinary health team when providing holistic, patient centered nursing care to populations encountered in this course.
What are some of the techniques and skills you have learned to communicate with your patients and other healthcare professionals? How can you deliver holistic care to populations that we talked about in this course? How can we work with the interdisciplinary team to give better care to our patients and who are those individuals that we work with in the hospital setting? (example: PT, pharmacy, social workers, etc.) What are their roles and how do they contribute or help us take care of patients?
Models leadership when providing safe, quality nursing care; coordinating the healthcare team; and when tasked with oversight and accountability for care delivery.
Describe an event that demonstrates: application of leadership concepts, skills and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination the oversight and accountability for care delivery.
Describe an event that demonstrates leadership, appropriate teambuilding and collaborative strategies to effectively implement patient safety and quality improvement initiatives within the context of the interprofessional team