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Unformatted text preview: ID # 7898 Essential Artifact Submission Form 2017-08-20 19:44:50 Essential Artifact Submission Form Name:Gloria Santiago ID:158865 Class:07l7 N56 3300 - X01 Concepts of Pathophysiology for Nursing TITLE OF REFLECTION:NSG 3300 Reflection BSN Program Student Learning Outcomes Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. ElSynthesize knowledge from the arts and sciences to form a foundation for the practice of professional nursing. EIProvide holistic, culturally competent care for individuals, families, and populations through health promotion and disease prevention across the lifespan and healthcare continuum. Ellntegrate professional values and behaviors when delivering standards-based nursing care to diverse patients and populations. EIDevelop leadership skills to provide and continuously improve the delivery of safe, patient-centered quality healthcare. IZIIncorporate best practices and the most current evidence when using clinical reasoning to make practice decisions. Ellncorporate the use of information systems and technology in order to communicate, manage knowledge, mitigate error, and support decision-making. Ellntegrate effective communication and collaboration skills to improve patient satisfaction and health outcomes. General Education Competencies Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. EICultural Competence: Learners will demonstrate an understanding of philosophies that represent social, emotional, and behavioral attributes of society and individuals. ElCommunication: Learners will demonstrate an understanding of the views of others and communicate in a professional manner. IZICritical Thinking: Learners will demonstrate the ability to draw conclusions based on evidence and consider prior knowledge, context and perspectives in predicting implications or consequences. Ellnformation Technology: Learners will demonstrate the ability to use computers, software applications, databases, and other technologies to achieve a variety of academic and work-related goals. ElQuantitative Literacy: Learners will demonstrate the ability to report, calculate, and analyze quantitative date. ElScientific Literacy: Learners will gain the ability to read with understanding scientific content and engage in a dialogue about scientific issues. Essential I: Liberal Education for Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice. Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. ElPhysical, natural, life science, math, social sciences. ElFine art, performing art, humanities. Essential II: Basic Organizational and Systems Leadership for Quality Care and Patient Safety. Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. ElDemonstrate knowledge and skills in leadership. ElDescribe quality improvement. ElAdvocate for patient safety. IZIDemonstrate caring, effective communication with all constituents. ElDescribe and navigate in complex organizational systems. ID # 7898 Essential Artifact Submission Form 2017-08-20 19:44:50 Essential III: Scholarship for Evidence Based Practice (Professional nursing practice is grounded in the translation of current evidence into one's practice). Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. ElProvide evidence-based nursing interventions. ElDelineate interrelationships among theory, practice, research. ElDescribe the elements of the research process and application. ElAdvocate for protection of human subjects. ElEvaluate credibility of information. ElParticipate in retrieval, appraisal, and synthesis of evidence. Essential IV: Information Management and Application of Patient Care Technology. Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. IZlUnderstand information management and the impact upon patient outcomes. ElEmploy a variety of patient care technologies. ElDemonstrate effectiveness in telecommunication technologies. ElApply decision making tools to support safe practice. ElUse CIS systems to document interventions and improve patient outcomes. ElEvaluate data to inform the delivery of care. ElMaintain ethical standards related to data and patient rights. ElParticipate in evaluation of information systems. Essential V: Health Care Policy, Finance, and Regulatory Environments Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. ElUnderstand healthcare policies and financial implications. ElExplore regulatory environments and the impact on healthcare. ElUnderstand global trends. ElBe familiar with legislative and regulatory process in healthcare. ElExplore socio-cultural, economic, legal influence on practice. ElDescribe role of regulatory agencies and impact on patient outcome, quality, and practice. ElDiscuss healthcare policy related to access, equity, affordability, and social justice. ElUse an ethical framework to evaluate healthcare policies. ElParticipate in political processes that influence healthcare policy. Essential VI: lnterprofessional Communication and Collaboration for Improving Patient Health Care Outcomes Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. IZIUnderstand multi-disciplinary roles of the healthcare team. IZIEmploy effective communication to resolve conflict, foster teamwork. IZIAdvocate for high quality care as a member of the healthcare team. Essential VII: Clinical Prevention and Population Health Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. ElAssess protective and predictive factors, including genetics, which influence health. ElAssess health from a holistic perspective, including values, attitudes of families, groups, communities and populations. ElPromote health, manage illness. IZIUse EBP to guide health teaching, screening, and counseling, throughout lifespan. ElAssess health, healthcare, and emergency preparedness needs of a defined population. ElDevelop an intervention plan that considers health, resources, prevention of illness, injury, disability, and premature death. ElParticipate in prevention and population-focused interventions related to effectiveness, efficiency, cost- effectiveness, and equity. ElAdvocate for social justice, including health of vulnerable populations. ID # 7898 Essential Artifact Submission Form 2017-08-20 19:44:50 Essential VIII: Professionalism and Professional Values Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. IIIDemonstrate professional standards of moral, ethical, and legal conduct. ElExhibit accountability, role modeling professional values, professionalism, and integrity. Elldentify personal, professional, and environmental risks that impact personal and professional choices. ElExamine practice for promotion of social justice. IIIArticulate value of professional growth and development and lifelong learning. ElProtect patient privacy and confidentiality. Essential IX: Baccalaureate Generalist Nursing Practice. Check indicators demonstrated through your artifact. ElDemonstrate caring and health techniques that promote a therapeutic nurse-patient relationship. ElConduct assessment across populations and lifespan. IIIRecognize constructs of genetics on health, prevention, screening, diagnostics, prognostics, treat. ElProvide holistic care across the lifespan. IIICommunicate effectively with patients, families and healthcare team. ElProvide compassionate, patient-centered, evidence-based care. lZlProvide nursing care based on evidence that contributes to safe and high quality patient outcomes. Type your reflection narrative in a word document and then copy/paste into the box below - Program Student Learning Outcomes Incorporate best practices and the most current evidence when using clinical reasoning to make practice decisions. - General Education Competencies Critical Thinking: Learners will demonstrate the ability to draw conclusions based on evidence and consider prior knowledge, context and perspectives in predicting implications or consequences. - Baccalaureate Essentials Essential ll: Basic Organizational and Systems Leadership for Quality Care and Patient Safety. Demonstrate caring, effective communication with all constituents. This PSLO help with patient safety principles, reporting processes, principles of communication and principles of nursing care delivery management and evaluation. Essential IV: Information Management and Application of Patient Care Technology. Understand information management and the impact upon patient outcomes. This PSLO helped with data gathering, information knowledge, and technology communication due to cardiac monitoring. This data allows for better decision making in healthcare. Essential VI: Understand multi-disciplinary roles of the healthcare team. Employ Effective Communication to resolve conflict, foster teamwork. Advocate for high quality care as a member of the healthcare team. This PSLO helped with providing patient centered care including collaboration with other healthcare professionals in order to establish communication aiding with better outcomes. The values of a nurse should always conduct themselves in a professional manner with accountability and excellent compassionate care despite any personal bias. Essential VII: Use EBP to guide health teaching, screening, and counseling, throughout lifespan. This PSLO aides with epidemiology lifestyle, environmental, and population health in areas of disease. Improving health care by education on early prevention. Essential VIII: Protect patient privacy and confidentiality This PSLO aides with patient advocacy and respecting their rights. Essential IX: Provide nursing care based on evidence that contributes to safe and quality patient outcomes. This PSLO increased my knowledge in disease management and health promotion. Relate at least two class activities to the development of this artifact (readings, case studies, lecture content etc.) The two class activities that increased my knowledge on this artifact was the lectures and initial topic discussion. I was able to apply critical thinking skills and have a clear understanding of each disease process. I was able to understand the variations of the disease process and formulate interventions on my plan of care. Explain how you were challenged in creating the artifact I was challenged with this project because it has only been almost less than a year since completion of my RN ADN program and I have to re-read the pathophysiology of HIV, Western blot and CD4 counts. I had to do some research on this topic before creating my artifact. State what skills you now have as a result of participating in the artifact development process. Critical thinking skills, health promotion, disease management, health education skills, improve care outcomes, better decision- making skills, and better collaboration with healthcare team members. Describe the impact of future actions the artifact has inflicted on you, both in upcoming learning at Galen and in your future role as a BSN nurse. The impact of future actions on this artifact is disciplining myself to continue my education on all different aspects of disease processes by attending courses and webinars to stay knowledgeable for better decision making. My future role as a BSN nurse, is providing education to my staff, collaborating with other healthcare professionals for better decision-making, prevention and harm reduction, life- long learning to my workplace, and providing compassionate care to all members of society. ...
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