Change is part of our daily healthcare environment. Clinical nursing judgments based on quality and safety, as well as protocols and standards, reflect our patient-centered care values.
- What steps could you take to develop more resilience in your practice setting?
- How might you communicate a change in practice to patients and nursing peers?
- Discussions are designed to promote dialogue between faculty and students, and students and their peers. In discussions students:
- Demonstrate understanding of concepts for the week
- Integrate outside scholarly sources when required
- Engage in meaningful dialogue with classmates and/or instructor
- Express opinions clearly and logically, in a professional manner
As a new nurse who transitioned from being a student nurse some months ago, this week’s conversation about resilience hits home for me. The change in healthcare environment, which leads to growing levels of anxiety, tension, and dread of the unknown, is one of the key worries that new and experienced nurses have at the outset of a pandemic. That is why it is critical to learn and hardwire resilience tactics among healthcare professionals so that we can rise to the occasion in difficult times. According to Sherman and Labat (2021), it is important to establish tactics that increase resilience in order to handle fear and anxiety….. Click the purchase button below to get the complete answer for NR 451 Week 3 at $5.