Futuristic nursing and visibility of nurses

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Futuristic nursing and visibility of nurses

  1. 1. VINOD.M 1ST YEAR MSC NURSING COLLLEGE OF NURSING THRISSUR
  2. 2.  Describe various future developments in nursing practice  Explain various strategies for future nursing  Discuss about current visibility of nursing  Explain the factors affecting visibility of nursing  Describe the steps to increase the visibility of nursing
  3. 3.  Nursing is a dynamic profession undergoing change every moment “ we are in a new place, we are not on the edge of the old place. We are not pushing the envelope, we are totally a new envelope. So the rule have changed, ever fundemental premise old way of thinking is no longer applies” Sister elizabeth davis
  4. 4.  Expanding technology  Technology and tele communication advance  Genome maping project  Computer assistance  Robotic nursing  Space nursing  Forensic nursing
  5. 5.  Nurse in private practice  Evidance based nursing practice  New threats to health  Unification of practice and education
  6. 6.  To expand the nursing horizon  To enhance professional knowledge and skill  To strive towards professional autonomy  Learn new skills
  7. 7.  Explore vital role Managerial expertise Observable caring behaviours and attitude Remind that nurses are vital to health team  Practice based dicipline Computers can’t replace educators Nursing is build on human relations  The right attitude and the caring nature  Commitment to the nursing profession House oriented, develop passion to profession Formal and Informal education
  8. 8. Professional development  Higher studies  Nursing research  Policy making and planning  Separate budget for nursing Nursing seems blurred unless a big thrust from right thinking citizens, govt and nurses  Client satisfaction Client satisfaction heighlights nursing care Nurses are back bone of the hospital Incultate this facts in students 
  9. 9.  Continuing education  Interdisciplinary approach  Nursing standards Written and evidance based protocols Acheivablie and measurable Contantly renewed and modified  Nursing organisation at national and state level  Think globally and act locally
  10. 10. Visibility is the way a person appears to others or in the case of a profession, the way that profession appears to other diciplines and to the general public – the consumers of the health care
  11. 11.  Public view of nursing Based on personal experience Consumers not recognise the nurses Public values nurses Not know about the education needed The annual gallop poll  Nurses’s view of themselves Response of nursing towards the changes Not taken the leading role What is wrong with taking credit
  12. 12.  EXTERNAL FACTORS  Hand maiden role  Heirarchial structure  Percived authority and directivness  Hospital policy  Threat of disciplinary actions
  13. 13.  INTERNAL FACTORS  Role confusion  Lack of personal confidence  Timidity  Fear  Insecurity  Inferiority
  14. 14.  Recruitment of students  Enhance public view  Funding for nursing  Relationship with administrators  Relationship with government agencies  Profession self identity
  15. 15.  ADVERTISING NURSING  ROLE OF MEDIA  NURSES FOR HEALTHEIR TOMORROW  RAISE THE VOICE CAMPAIGN  INSTITUTE OF MEDICINE QUALITY REPORTS  POWER AND EMPOWERMENT  ASSERTIVNESS  ADVOCACY
  16. 16.  MEN IN NURSING  MINORITIES IN NURSING
  17. 17.  ANITA FINKELMAN AND CAROLE KENNER,PROFESSIONAL NURSING CONCEPTS, COMPETENCIES FOR QUALITY LEADRESHIP, JONES AND BARTLETT PUBLICATION, 1ST EDITION (2011), PG NO: 93 -117  ANNE M BARKER, ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSING, ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE FOR THE PROFESSION, JONES AND BARTLETT PUBLICATION, 1ST EDITION (2010), PG NO : 313
  18. 18.  ANNE B HAMARIC, JUDITH A SPROSS, CHARLENE M HANSON, ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSING, AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH, ELESIVIER PUBLICATION, 4TH EDITION (2004), PG NO: 366-378  KERALA NURSING FORUM, VOLUME 6, NO : 2, APRIL - JUNE 2011, PG NO: 9-15  http://www. aannet.org

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