Reflect upon the use of digital health record in hospital settings and the need to adopt ongoing learning in relation to e-health
As the complexities of caring for a patient in our healthcare system increases there is a need to reflect on our experiences and to improve our own critical thinking processes, our delegation skills and our ability to be resilient to the constant changes and demands of the setting. As a registered nurse these attributes are important both personally and professionally for our health, the teams in which we work and for quality outcomes of our patients.
Course Objectives Assessed:
1. Critically apply relevant legal and ethical principles to future health care practice situations at the level of a beginning Registered Nurse
2. Interpret, analyse and apply the nursing scope of practice in health related scenarios
3. Examine clinical leadership principles in nursing practice
4. Engage in critical discussion which explores the relationship between professional identity, role conflict and role boundaries
5. Interpret, analyse and explain professional formation through linking theoretical concepts of caring to clinical practice environments and lifelong learning.
6. Apply exemplary communication in digital technologies and therapeutic relationshipsworking with, and leading inter-professional teams in care decision making practices
1.Reflect on your experiences working in collegial relationships with medical officers as a new graduate nurse and ask yourself “What do I need to improve in relation to opening conversations with a medical officer when clinical observations are outside normal parameters?”
2. Reflect upon the use of digital health record in hospital settings and the need to adopt ongoing learning in relation to e-health. Ask yourself “as a graduate nurse what is my responsibility in documenting and evaluating clinical care outcomes in a digitalised health care setting?