Nurse and People
Individual vs collective good
• Generally, nurses do care for more than
one patient and nurse has to chose which
need to b...
Respecting values, customs and
spiritual beliefs
• What are the expectation from nurse when
caring for patient of differen...
• Does the nurse is responsible about every
thing in patient’s environment that
potentially might affect the patient?
• No...
• Nurse supports value of individual good and he
value of collective good
• Service to individual means the nurse ensure
t...
Serving people who need nursing
care?
• If nurse has to give care for more than one patient, s/he
should see whose care ha...
• The ICN code of ethics for nurses states
that nurse primary responsibility is to
“people requiring nursing care”
• What ...
NURSE AND
PRACTICE
Does nursing practice needs to define
? some ethical concepts to be followed
• Yes, Nursing practice should include
moral ...
• How did ICN code of ethics provide ethical
standards to ensure accountability of
nursing practice and maintaining
compet...
What are the points nurse should
keep in mind when accepting or
?delegating responsibilities
• The nurse should use judgme...
Did national nurse association
provide professional practice model
to ensure appropriate delegation of
?nursing care to as...
In general what are the
consideration for delegating nursing
?authority to others
• Consideration to education, knowledge,...
Why do you think laws of allowing
unlicensed personnel to give
?medication to elderly is wrong
Why do you think laws of allowing
unlicensed personnel to give
?medication to elderly is wrong
• Licensed nurse are best q...
Accepting responsibilities for
?nursing care
• It is according to knowledge, competence,
education and practice experience...
In summary
• Nurse should attend educational program
to learn knowledge and clinical skills
• It helps them to carry out n...
How to ensure nursing practice
safety if there is shortage of supply
?or in unsuitable environment
• Nurses are asked to p...
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  1. 1. Nurse and People
  2. 2. Individual vs collective good • Generally, nurses do care for more than one patient and nurse has to chose which need to be met first • Some times nurse has to decide whether to promote individual good or to promote collective good. E.g: patient with TB wants to be with his children
  3. 3. Respecting values, customs and spiritual beliefs • What are the expectation from nurse when caring for patient of different culture? • nurse are expected to create a caring environment. • What does caring environment include? • The caring environment should include consideration of patient’s values, customs and spiritual believes.
  4. 4. • Does the nurse is responsible about every thing in patient’s environment that potentially might affect the patient? • No, and they are not responsible to develop these resources although they are responsible about the decision they make within this environment.
  5. 5. • Nurse supports value of individual good and he value of collective good • Service to individual means the nurse ensure the individual receive sufficient information and appropriate care • Does the nurse has role in front of the community in relation to their care? • The nurse shares with community the responsibility for initiating and supporting actions to meet health and social needs of public
  6. 6. Serving people who need nursing care? • If nurse has to give care for more than one patient, s/he should see whose care has to be met first • Is there any external factors which might affect the given nursing care to clients? • Yes, Some times nursing care to people is influenced by external factors as: access to healthcare, or ability to pay, available resources…………. This can cause that some of the needs might not be met.
  7. 7. • The ICN code of ethics for nurses states that nurse primary responsibility is to “people requiring nursing care” • What does this nursing care include other than the physical needs of individuals? • This care should include consideration to: human rights, values, spiritual beliefs of individuals, family and community
  8. 8. NURSE AND PRACTICE
  9. 9. Does nursing practice needs to define ? some ethical concepts to be followed • Yes, Nursing practice should include moral and ethical concepts e.g: advocacy, accountability, cooperation and caring. • Why it is needed? • It helps to provide the frame of care to individual, family and community.
  10. 10. • How did ICN code of ethics provide ethical standards to ensure accountability of nursing practice and maintaining competence? • It is by continual learning
  11. 11. What are the points nurse should keep in mind when accepting or ?delegating responsibilities • The nurse should use judgment regarding individual competence.
  12. 12. Did national nurse association provide professional practice model to ensure appropriate delegation of ?nursing care to assistive nurse • Yes, delegation of nursing care to assistive nurse should be according to model. This model ensure there is: preparation, standards, and practice of assistive nurse are defined, monitored, and directed by registered nurse.
  13. 13. In general what are the consideration for delegating nursing ?authority to others • Consideration to education, knowledge, and capabilities of the person • Severity of and complexity of patient’s condition, • Availability of supervision for the delivered care • Nature of the required nursing care
  14. 14. Why do you think laws of allowing unlicensed personnel to give ?medication to elderly is wrong
  15. 15. Why do you think laws of allowing unlicensed personnel to give ?medication to elderly is wrong • Licensed nurse are best qualified to administer medications to nursing home residents • Licensed nurse can monitor the side effect of medication in each person • Unlicensed personal can not be responsible for their practice and can not be expected to be skillful to care for complex conditions in elderly • It is not the function of unlicensed personnel.
  16. 16. Accepting responsibilities for ?nursing care • It is according to knowledge, competence, education and practice experience • What if the nurse does not have the skills to give care to the assigned patient? • s/he is responsible to inform the supervisor and refuse the assignment
  17. 17. In summary • Nurse should attend educational program to learn knowledge and clinical skills • It helps them to carry out nursing measures and plan patient care • Every nurse bears primary responsibility for her/his level of practice for safety of nursing interventions and supervising other giving nursing care.
  18. 18. How to ensure nursing practice safety if there is shortage of supply ?or in unsuitable environment • Nurses are asked to provide care for clients and they are responsible about their actions under these constrains.

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