circulatory, respiratory, musculoskeletal, and neurological. I have enjoyed doing the research for my project. It has given me a lot of insight on considerations I want to use and practice when positioning patients in surgery. I look forward to making the power points and teaching them to my staff. This has been a great educational opportunity.Key Point3I have enjoyed reading others SMART goals and objectives they are using for their projects. There are other projects that I found interesting and want to teachto my staff. The ones that I thought would be interesting to research are the importance of team work in the surgical setting and importance of patient safetyin the operating room. I thought the other classmates had good examples of these two topics. I think these two topics are very important in the surgical services setting. I think team work is important because the operating room functions as a team. Everyone in the room is working together to provide the patients with the best care possible. Everyone is required to perform their job safely and if not, then someone needs to speak up. We are the patient’s advocate and they depend on us to keep them safe. This also goes along with making sure the patient is safe at all times during their surgery. Safe practices are important when caring for thepatients. The patient depends on their surgical team to ensure instruments are clean, proper equipment is used and functioning properly. They also depend on us to positioning them correctly and speak up when we see something is not right. These two topics are important and they are something I will teach to my ©2015University of Texas at ArlingtonSave this document to your desktop or other storage device after each entry. Page 7 of 11
N4585 Capstone staff when I’m finished with this class. Module 4: Identify 3 key points form this module. Reflect on how why each point is important, how it impacts on your work experience or nursing practice, and how will you change your practice in the future based on each key area.
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