Healthcare and Nursing
Name of University
I feel like my organization fully supports research and integration of research oriented knowledge on a NBP basis. The organization has a set of principles and morals which are hung on walls all over the place supporting knowledge acquisition and practical implementation. The management believes that nurses are very important persons in the hospital. They are considered next to be doctors. They play important role in hospital. The medicines and treatment prescribed by doctors are given to the correct patients in absence of them. They take care of every patients as their belongings and being so close personally to each patient renders them with an in-depth knowledge of each patient’s situation. Personally, I have initiated a day long training program where we all sat in focus groups and discussed how research knowledge could be implemented to aid to practical implementation of our learning. The team building exercises and discussing findings of research for latest papers in the field enabled all of us to learn and identify potential shortcomings of health care in our institute and form strategies to address them accordingly.
Nursing is the great job, only needed great passion towards it. Now nursing steps towards a great field and there is heavy competition for it. People need to shine in this field should word and update themselves in the latest medical technologies. For this purpose a positive method to more effectively integrate EBP into patient care is for the staff to train themselves in the different fields like Emergency nursing, Pediatric nursing, Surgical nursing by making use of research based knowledge.
For instance, when dealing with a newborn infant or a complicated pregnancy, the nurses should be given hands on knowledge before hand and a chance for practical implementation when faced in such uncertain situations.
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