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  1. 1. 1 EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT NURSE BY: MALLIKA VHORA –(M.Sc. NSG-MSN)PRINCIPAL - KNOWLEDGE INSTITUTE OF NURSING
  2. 2. 2  NAME:  ORGANIZATION:  CURRENT POSITION:  HOBBIES:  FAVOURITE FOOD:  FIRST JOB AS:  GOOD AT:
  3. 3. EFFECTIVE & EFFICIENT NURSE 3
  4. 4.  PRODUCTIVE  FRUITFUL  FUNCTIONAL  POWERFUL  HELPFUL  BENEFICIAL  ADVANTAGEOUS  VALUABLE  USEFUL  CONVINCING  STRONG  WEIGHTY  SOUND  VALID  IMPRESSIVE  CREDIBLE  INFLUENTIAL  AUTHORITATIVE  PRACTICAL  ESSENTIAL  OPERATIVE  ACTUAL 4 EFFECTIVE NURSE “ successful in producing a desired or intended result.”
  5. 5. EFFICIENT NURSE“achieving maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense”  WELL ORGANIZED  METHODICAL  STRUCTURED  WELL PLANNED  LOGICAL  WELL REGULATED  WELL ORDERED  SYSTEMATIZED  STREAMLINED  PRODUCTIVE  EFFECTIVE  LABOUR-SAVING  COST-EFFECTIVE  ENERGY-EFFICIENT  ENERGY-SAVING 5
  6. 6. AIMS OF SEMINAR 1. TO STRENGTHEN THE LEADERSHIP SKILLS 2. TO REINFORCE THE SUPERVISION SKILLS 3. TO BOOST THE COMMUNICATIN SKILLS 4. TO REALIZE THE ACCOUNTABILITY 6
  7. 7. 7 For all the skills key points are:  Leadership quality  Supervision Ability  Team building  Coordination  Communication (listening, speaking, writing)  Staffing  Motivation(Boosting confidence)  Delegation and execution  Accountability  Reporting and recording
  8. 8. N U R S E S ARE L E A D E R S 8
  9. 9. QUALITIES OF LEADER NURSE 9
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  11. 11. SUPERVISION ABILITY COMMUNICATION TEAM BUILDING DELEGATION RECORDING- REPORTING PLANNING BOOSTING CONFIDENCE COORDINATION POSITIVE ATTITUDE ACCEPT THE CHANGES STAFFING EXECUTION MOTIVATION ACCOUNTABILITY 13
  12. 12. PRESENT SITUATION 14
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  14. 14. 1. POSITIVE ATTITUDE 16
  15. 15. 2.ACEEPTANCE 17
  16. 16. STRATEGY AND PRIORITIES TO ACCEPT THE CHANGES 18
  17. 17. 1. ACCEPT THE NEW TECHNOLOGIES 2. ACCEPT THE NEW SKILLS 3. ACCEPT THE NEW GENERATION 4. ACCEPT THE CHALLENGES 5. ACCEPT THE CHANGES 19
  18. 18. SUPERVISION 20
  19. 19. Why supervision????  Easy transfer of message to down the line from doctor or management.  Quality improvement when there is watch, every one try to work at their level best. And gives the best of their out put.  Risk management and performance management. can lead to improvements in practice and client care, and contribute to clinical management.  System of accountability and responsibility. what ever work is assigned is going on in correct way or not?? In case is that not the way that should be, we can correct in between with supervision. 21
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  21. 21. 23 Exchanging of Information
  22. 22. WAY OF COMMUNICATION 24
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  24. 24. 27 “Effective Communication”  It is purposeful communication  Goal-oriented  Creating a beneficial outcome for the client.  Obtains or provides relevant information  Develops trust between Nurse and Client  Reflects caring  Explores feeling related condition
  25. 25. WHAT CAN LEA D TO MISS COM MUNI CATI ON? 28
  26. 26. CO-ORDINATION  It is the unification, integration, synchronization of the efforts of group members so as to provide unity of action in the pursuit of common goals.  It is a hidden force which binds all the other functions of management. 29
  27. 27. COORDINATION WITHIN HOSPITAL 30
  28. 28. TPA RMO REGISTRAR HOUSE KEEPING PHYSICIAN SURGEON SECURITY AMBULANCE LABORATORY ADMISSION DEPT. BIOMEDICAL ENGG.DEPT WARD BOY AAYA ER OPD IPD OT ICU RECEPTION FLOOR MANAGER DIAGN. DEPT. MATRON BILLING NURSING SUPERVISOR MAINT. DEPT 31
  29. 29. WHY WE N EED COOR DINA TED TEAM WOR K? 32
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  31. 31. EXERCISE OF TEAM BUILDING 34
  32. 32. MOTI VATI ON A ND B OOST ING CONF IDEN CE  As leaders, it's our responsibility to thank our staff members regularly, motivating and reassuring them of a job well done  Organizations that value their staff live it every day, not just at special events.  Being appreciated for work should extend from the bedside to the boardroom.  Be proud. Your impact is enormous. Feeling great about your work is a reward in itself. I sincerely hope you feel valued for your contributions. I salute you and thank you during THIS SEMINAR. 35
  33. 33. Conti…  Nurses identified meaningful recognition  Feeling valued leads to increased commitment and dedication to the work we do  it's about authenticity, values, and that unmistakable good feeling 36
  34. 34. LET’S HAVE A LOOK AT FEW CLIPINGS 37
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  36. 36. 39  Organization Or Preparation Of Work Environment To Achieve Goals Of Hospital.  The Important Aspect Of Planning In Nursing Leadership Is “Staffing”.
  37. 37. WHAT IS STAF FING ? “ W o r k l o a d M a n a g e m e n t O v e r v i e w ” It depends on “Patient Acuity System” or “Patient Classification System” 40
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  39. 39. STAFFING1. CENTRALIZED 2. DECENTRALIZED Staffing Scheduling Reallocation Productivity Workload Standards Staff Utilization Costs Staff Satisfaction Patient Satisfaction 3.MIXED/FLEXIBLE 42
  40. 40. Using calendar days Divide the number of days in a year by the number of days actually worker per nurse per year. Nurses are not working the 364 days of the year , but actually working 272 days only in a year, because the rest 92 days are considered as follows: - Number of days off (1 day off per week) 52 days. - Number of vacation days 20 days. - Number of ill days ( hospital Policy) 10 days. - Number of holidays 10 days. ------------------------------------------------------------ ------ 92 days Methods Of Determining The Staffing Plan 43
  41. 41. Total actual work days = 364-92=272 days Number of nurses needed to fill one position of staff nurse= Number of days in year ------------------------------------ Number of actually worked days 364/ 272 = 1.33 nurses that means you will need 1.33 nurse to fill one position. Then calculate the total number needed for staffing pattern for all unit. 44
  42. 42. Hospitals used the patient care hours for developing staffing pattern, can calculate the staffing plan using the care hours methods. For example:-------------------------------X Estimating a core staff per shift Bed number in surgical unit= 25 bed The average daily census for 6 month = 19 patients The average daily care hour to be provided= 5 hour per pt/24 hour. (approx.1.3 hrs/pt/shift) Total hours of care will be needed= 19x5= 95 hours. If the work day is 8 hours , then 95 divided on 8 = 11.9 or 12 FTE staff needed to unit for 24 hour. (M-45%,E-35%,N-20%) (M-5.4/Unit,E-4.2/Unit,N-2.4/Unit) Using the care hours for developing staffing pattern 45
  43. 43. EXERCISE  (If 6 hours M&E shift and 12 Hours N shift) • 95/6=15.8 /M= 15.8X45/100= 7.1 in Morning shift • 95/6=15.8 /E= 15.8X35/100= 5.5 in Evening shift • 95/12=7.9/N= 15.8X20/100= 1.6 in Night shift 46
  44. 44. 48 Delegation process consist of 5 steps: >assessment >planning >accountability >supervision >evaluation.
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  48. 48. RECORDING & REPORTING 53
  49. 49. REPO RTIN G  Reporting TAKING from staff, as well Report GIVING to higher authority.  Continuous / incidental / Periodic  Better patient care  Delegate motivated more.  Good performance encouraged and reinforced  Great team work and improved communication and patient care, improved outcome. 54
  50. 50. EXECUTION OF WORK  EXERCISE OF BALLOONSANDTOOTHPICK 55
  51. 51. Medical Charades Prior to the exercise, prepare several slips of paper with a health, nursing or medical term written on each. Ideas for terms include heart attack, needle, code blue or blood pressure. Divide the group into two teams. Each team sends one representative to the front of the room for a round. One player pulls a slip of paper from a container and shows it to the player from the other team. The lead then initiates a stop watch; each player must act out the item on the paper while his team tries to guess the action or item. The team who guesses correctly first wins one point. Play until all participants have had a chance to act out an item or until a certain point or time limit is reached. Stress the importance of body and movement in communication; discuss team cooperation at the end of the exercise. 56
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    Feb. 20, 2020
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    May. 21, 2018

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