[100% Unique Papers] Reflective Journal Entry Guidelines
Reflective Journal Entry Guidelines GNRS 583
(1) Select TWO Core Competencies from the form below and articulate how you applied it to your clinical performance. Comment on a minimum of 3 points in each section, as applicable.
(2) Discuss the developmental appropriateness of one of your patients in terms of Erikson’s and Piaget’s developmental theories. Did he/she meet the expected milestones for development?
(5) Comments and/or Any Concerns:
Patient Centered Care
– Institute and individualize plan of care (POC) with a focus on assessment and planning
– Communicate care provided and needed to each transition in care
– Implement interventions to address physical and emotional comfort pain and or suffering
– Describe the Pathophysiology and pharmacotherapy for selected patients
– Interpret patient assessment data
– Teach family patient regarding health promotion wellness, disease management, and prevention.
– Utilize comprehensive assessment data, incorporating the patient’s values preferences needs and diversity.
– Provide emotional support to patients and their families. Describe spiritual needs and develops interventions to meet them.
Teamwork and Collaboration
– Communicates with patients, family and inter-professional team
– Demonstrates awareness of own strengths and limitations as a team member, asks for help when appropriate.
– Able to give Handoff, with providers and transitions (SBAR)
– Understands roles of Health care team to meet the needs of patient
– Function competently within your own scope of practice as a member of the intra/inter-professional team
– Demonstrates accuracy and relevancy in bedside report
Evidence Based Practice
– Reference clinical based activities with evidence-based literature
– Recognize the nursing and other health professions are parts of systems of care and care processes that affect – outcomes for patients and families
– Identify Quality Improvement Projects in the care setting
– Demonstrates effective use of technology and standardized practices that support safety and quality
– Adhere to national patient safety guidelines that affect outcomes for patients and families
– Implement strategies to reduce risk of harm to self or others
– Use appropriate strategies to reduce reliance on memory
– Communicate observations or concerns related to hazards and errors to patient’s families and health care team
– Organize multiple responsibilities and provide care in a times manner
– Navigate and document within the electronic health record, where appropriate for clinical setting
– Apply technology and information management tools using critical thinking for clinical reasoning and quality improvement to support safe processes of care.
– Manage data, information, and knowledge of technology in an ethical manner
– Product confidentiality of electronic health records
– Demonstrate core professional values (caring altruism, autonomy, integrity, human dignity and social justice).
– Maintain professional behavior and appearance per ELM Handbook
– Maintain competent confident and professional bedside manner
– Comply with the Code of Ethics Standards of practice and policies and procedure of APU, Dept. of Nursing and Clinical Agencies
– Accept Constructive criticism and develop plan of action for improvement
– Maintain a positive attitude and interact with inter-professional team members, faculty, and fellow students in a positive professional manner
– Provide evidence of preparation for clinical learning experiences
– Arrive to clinical site at assigned times; ready to receive report
– Demonstrate expected behaviors and complete tasks in a timely manner
– Assume full accountability for professional behavior during the experience and perform within ethical/legal norms. – Use time constructively, even when direct patient care with assigned patient is complete
– Accept individual responsibility and accountability for nursing
– Engage in self-evaluation
– Assume responsibility for learning