Socialization Into Nursing

Socialization Into Nursing

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This course aims at introducing beginning Associate Degree Nursing students to the nursing profession and enhancing the development of positive attitudes about nursing, clients and the student as؟ member of nursing profession. Key nursing and health related concepts will be emphasized. Concepts related to communication, interpersonal relations, critical thinking, research process, decision-making and ethical and legal issues needed to help students work as effective members of the health team will be addressed. The student will be introduced to the research process steps.

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Published 01 January 2008
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Socialization Into Nursing
Prepared By: Malakeh Malak, RN, MSN Ahmad Al Maharmeh, RN, MSN First Edition 2008
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Socialization into Nursing
 This course aims at introducing beginning Associate Degree Nursing students to the nursing profession and enhancing the development of positive attitudes about nursing, clients and the student as a member of nursing profession. Key nursing and health related concepts will be emphasized. Concepts related to communication, interpersonal relations, critical thinking, research process, decision-making and ethical and legal issues needed to help students work as effective members of the health team will be addressed. The student will be introduced to the research process steps.
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Table of Contents SubjectPageUnit One: Introduction to Nursing -Definition of nursing, client, environment and other 9  related concepts---------------------------------------------------- 9 -Historical overview of nursing----------------------------------- 15 -The health-illness continuum------------------------------------ 20 -Variables influencing health------------------------------------- 22 -Professionalism---------------------------------------------------- 27 -Nursing organizations (ICN and Jordanian Council for Nurses  and Midwives----------------------------------------------------- 30 -Socialization------------------------------------------------------- 33 Unit Two: Recipients of Nursing Care -Definition of terms: individual, family and community----- 37 -Overview of the principles and stages of growth and  development (stages of life)------------------------------------- 43 Unit Three: Health Care Delivery System -Introduction--------------------------------------------------------51 -Governmental bodies responsible for national health-------- 53 -Health care institutions------------------------------------------- 55 -Health care team-------------------------------------------------- 62 -Methods of assigning nursing activities----------------------- 66 -Nurse's roles in institutions and in the community----------- 69 Unit Four: Communication in Nursing -Definitions-------------------------------------------------------- 73
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-The communication process-------------------------------------Therapeutic communication-------------------------------------Communicating with clients-------------------------------------Communicating with health team members-------------------Communicating with immediate leader or supervisor------Unit Five: Critical Thinking and Decision-Making -Definitions and principles of critical thinking and decision making process-----------------------------------------------------Critical Thinking----------------------------------------------------Problem solving-----------------------------------------------------Decision making---------------------------------------------------decision making----------------------------------------------------Unit Six: Issues and Trends influencing the Role of the Nurse-Laws, rules and regulations related to health--------------------Credentialing, licensure and certification------------------------Standards of nursing practice--------------------------------------Contractual arrangements in nursing-----------------------------Selected legal aspects of nursing practice------------------------Areas of potential liability in nursing----------------------------Legal protection in nursing practice------------------------------Values-----------------------------------------------------------------Morality and ethics---------------------------------------------------Professional nursing code of ethics--------------------------------Legal and ethical responsibilities of the associate degree
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 nurse towards clients------------------------------------------------Patient's rights---------------------------------------------------------Nurse's rights---------------------------------------------------------Unit Seven: Introduction to Management in Nursing -Definitions-------------------------------------------------------------
-Leadership---------------------------------------------------------------Management process and concepts----------------------------------Change-----------------------------------------------------------------Unit Eight: Introduction t o Research in Nursing -Definition of research and importance------------------------------Utilization of research results in clinical practice----------------References---------------------------------------------------------
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List of Tables
Description Page- Stages of growth and development: significant characteristics 46-49- Types of health care services according to increasing complexity 51- Comparison between nursing process and decision making process 105- Comparison between leader and manager roles 137 - Comparison between Authoritarian, Democratic and Laissez- faire 140  leadership styles
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List of Figures
Description Page - Dimensions of wellness14- Dunn's high level wellness grid 21 - Illness-wellness continuum22- Communication process 72
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Unit One:
Introduction to Nursing
1-Definition of Nursing, Client, Environment and Other
related Concepts Nursing  There are many definitions for nursing, such as: Common dictionary definitions refer to the nurse as “a person, usually a woman, trained to care for the sick”.
Florence Nightingale (1860)defined nursing as "The act of utilizing the environment of the patient to assist him in his recovery”. She considered a clean, well ventilated and quiet environment essential for recovery. Virginia Henderson (1960):unique function of the nurse is to “The assist the individual, sick or well, in the performance of those activities contributing to health or its recovery (or to peaceful death) that he would perform unaided if he had the necessary strength, will, or knowledge, and to do this in such away as to help him gain independence as rapidly as possible.  Nurse concerned with both well and ill individuals. ANA (American Nursing Association) (1980)defined nursing as "The diagnosis and treatment of human responses to actual or potential health problems". ANA (1987),nursing is "Nursing diagnosis and treatment of human responses to health and to illness".
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