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Title: NURS 100 Nursing Fundamentals


1
NURS 100Nursing Fundamentals
  • Introduction To
  • The Nursing Profession

2
THE NURSING PROFESSION
  • ACCOUNTABLE PROFESSION
  • GUIDED BY
  • SCIENCE
  • THEORY
  • CODE OF ETHICS
  • CARE COMFORT

3
NURSING.WHAT IS IT???
  • ATTENTION TO FULL RANGE OF HUMAN RESPONSES TO
    HEALTH ILLNESS
  • INCORPORATE THE CLIENTS EXPERIENCE

4
  • APPLICATION OF SCIENTIFIC KNOWLEDGE TO THE
    DIAGNOSIS TREATMENT PROCESS
  • PROVISION OF CARING RELATIONSHIP THAT FACILITATES
    HEALTH HEALING

5
NURSING MEDICINE
  • NURSING COMPLEMENTS MEDICINE
  • MEDICINE IS DISEASE ORIENTED
  • NURSING FOCUSES ON THE HUMAN RESPONSE

6
NURSING .
  • AN ART and A SCIENCE
  • FOCUSES NOT ON ILLNESS BUT RATHER A CLIENTS
    RESPONSE TO ILLNESS
  • PROMOTES HEALTH HELPS CLIENTS MOVE TO HIGHER
    LEVEL OF WELLNESS

7
NURSING AS A DISCIPLINE
  • WHAT DIFFERENTIATES NURSING FROM OTHER
    DISCIPLINES ?
  • NURSING THEORY
  • PROVIDES THE FOUNDATION FOR NURSING KNOWLEDGE
    GIVES DIRECTION TO NURSING PRACTICE

8
WHAT IS A THEORY?
  • A SET OF CONCEPTS PROPOSITIONS THAT PROVIDE AN
    ORDERLY WAY TO VIEW OBSERVABLE FACTS.
  • Concepts vehicles of thought.
  • Propositions statements that propose a
    relationship between concepts.

9
HISTORICAL OVERVIEW
  • TO UNDERSTAND THE PRESENT STATUS OF NURSING, IT
    IS NECESSARY TO HAVE A BASE OF HISTORICAL
    KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE PROFESSION

10
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE
  • FOUNDER OF MODERN NURSING
  • COMPLETED A 3-MONTH COURSE OF STUDY AT THE
    KAISERWERTH INSTITUTE
  • REDUCED MORTALITY/MORBIDITY DURING BRITAINS
    CRIMEAN WAR
  • ESTABLISHED THE NIGHTINGALE TRAINING SCHOOL IN
    LONDON

11
1960s
  • HEALTH CARE ENHANCED BY MEDICARE MEDICAID
  • NURSING PHYSICIAN SHORTAGES
  • NURSE PRACTITIONERS APPEAR
  • FOCUS ON HEALTH MAINTENANCE

12
1970S
  • PROFESSIONAL AUTONOMY FOR NURSES DEBATED
  • DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING THEORIES
  • NURSING ENTERS UNIVERSITY SETTING
  • PROFESSIONAL NURSING ORGANIZATIONS APPEAR

13
1980S
  • NURSES BECOME MORE SPECIALIZED
  • NURSE PRACTITIONERS MORE WIDELY ACCEPTED
  • EXPANDED NURSING ROLES

14
1990S
  • MORE AGED POPULATION
  • NURSES SHAPE POLICIES
  • NURSING BECOMES STRONG ADVOCATE
  • HEALTHY PEOPLE INITIATIVES
  • HEALTHY PEOPLE 2000
  • HEALTHY PEOPLE 2010

15
2000 and beyond
  • Governor Easley declared 2000-2010 as "The Decade
    of the Nurse" per request of NCNA.
  • Continued nursing shortage and nursing educator
    shortage.
  • ???

16
NURSING EDUCATION
  • ENTRY LEVEL - PREPARE GRADUATES TO TAKE A
    LICENSING EXAM
  • RN GRADUATES NCLEX-RN
  • LPNS UNDER RN OR OTHER
  • PROGRAM 9-12 MONTHS
  • TAKE NCLEX-PN EXAM

17
TYPES OF RN PROGRAMS
  • ASSOCIATE DEGREE
  • BACCALAUREATE DEGREE
  • DIPLOMA PROGRAMS

18
STAFF DEVELOPMENT CONTINUING EDUCATION
  • MAINTAIN REQUISITE KNOWLEDGE SKILL FOR
    CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE
  • ADDITION TO FORMAL EDUCATION
  • ORIENTATION IN-SERVICE PROGRAMS

19
FUTURE OF NURSING
  • NEED TO
  • COMMUNICATE NEEDS FOR REFORM
  • DEVELOP EVIDENCE -BASED PRACTICE
  • MONITOR SAFE PRACTICE
  • IMPLEMENT POLICIES TO ADDRESS CHANGES IN NURSING
    LABOR MARKET

20
HEALTH CARE TEAM MEMBERS
  • RESPIRATORY THERAPIST
  • PHYSICAL THERAPIST
  • OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST
  • CHAPLAIN
  • DIETITIAN
  • NURSING ASSISTANT
  • NURSE
  • PHYSICIAN
  • PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT
  • PHARMACIST
  • DENTIST
  • SOCIAL WORKER
  • CASE MANAGER
  • VOLUNTEERS
  • SPEECH THERAPIST

21
NURSING ROLES
  • CAREGIVER
  • TEACHER
  • ADVOCATE
  • MANAGER
  • EXPERT
  • CASE MANAGER
  • TEAM MEMBER

22
HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEM
  • MECHANISM FOR PROVIDING SERVICES THAT MEET THE
    HEALTH-RELATED NEEDS OF INDIVIDUALS
  • NURSING IS A MAJOR COMPONENT

23
TYPES OF SERVICES
  • PRIMARY -HEALTH PROMOTION ILLNESS PREVENTION
  • SECONDARY -EARLY DETECTION INTERVENTION
  • TERTIARY -RESTORATIVE AND REHABILITATIVE CARE

24
LIMITATIONS TO ACCESS OF CARE
  • INABILITY TO OBTAIN INSURANCE
  • CULTURAL BARRIERS
  • SHORTAGE OF PROVIDERS
  • LIMITED ACCESS TO ANCILLARY SERVICES
  • SOCIOECONOMIC ISSUES

25
Where Do You Fit In?
  • Name
  • Personal definition of NURSING
  • Goal for NURS 100

26
GOOD LUCK!!!
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