I am selected to precept many new admission nurses on my unit.docx

I am selected to precept many new admission nurses on my unit.docx

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I am selected to precept many new admission nurses on my unit. I express my appreciation for them to our unit by welcoming them and expressing to them if they have any questions or help just come to me. I stress to them please ask, no question is stupid. I also praise them when they accomplish the nursing task especially when they master the EHR system because it can become confusing if you not use to using it. When I discover an issue with either charting or way they did something, I don’t discuss it with everyone else, I address it with them first. If it is not resolved I get input from management for advice on handling the situation. I feel as nurse new to either the field or to a new unit deserves a chance to succeed with discrimination. As Masaya’s preceptor I would do the same as I do now with new staff member at my facility. “incivility is one or more rude discourteous, or disrespectful actions they may or may not have a negative intent behind them” (Nursingworld.org.). I feel incivility was shown toward Masaya when his co-workers rolled their eyes while he was talking to them. Rolling of eyes shows disapproval, disbelief, or boredom. This was disrespectful, as nurses we need to give our fellow co-workers the same respect we expect from others. If we have an issue with a co-workers we need to address it in a profession manner by discussing it with the person/persons involved. “Incivility, bullying and horizontal/lateral violence are examples of workplace mistreatment than injure individual nurses and ethical climate of organization.
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  • Spring '16
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