4 edition of Revealing nursing expertise through practitioner inquiry found in the catalog.
Revealing nursing expertise through practitioner inquiry
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Sally Hardy ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Hardy, Sally, RGN.|
|LC Classifications||RT42 .R45 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009006626|
Patricia Brenner’s book Novice to Expert 1 describes the evolution of the new-to-expert nurse and how those expert skills are acquired for success. This book is often used as the framework for modeling career development in nursing practice. Brenner discusses how beginners focus on completing tasks but struggle with critical thinking and prioritization. 2 A literature review showed that Cited by: 3. Named a Doody's Core Title! Nursing practice is a complex and varied field that requires precision, dedication, care, and expertise. Clinicians must have both the skills and the tools to attend to changes in patients' responses, recognize trends, and understand the nature of their patients' conditions over time/5.
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Practice based research is burgeoning in a number of professional areas. An Ethical Approach to Practitioner Research covers a comprehensive range of issues and dilemmas encountered in practitioner and action research contexts. While principally focused upon practitioner inquiry in education it takes account of, and acknowledges that others engaged in professional practice such as . Abstract. Critical reflective inquiry (CRI) is a method of inquiry developed by Kim () to be applied in clinical practice to improve one’s practice as well as discover knowledge embedded in practitioner’s by:
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Revealing Nursing Expertise Through Practitioner Inquiry explores and reveals the often hidden workings of ‘expert practitioners’. It provides valuable insights into developing practice expertise and how expert nursing practice is a key influence on health care practice.3/5(1).
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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: Revealing Nursing Expertise Through Practitioner Inquiry provides important evidence to support the claim that expert nurses change patients' worlds as well as transforming practice, workplace performance and organisational wide service developments.
Consultant nurse, midwife and health visitor roles build on the clinical credibility and expertise characteristic of advanced level practice, but also possess expertise in: clinical systems.
Revealing Nursing Expertise Through Practitioner Inquiry explores and reveals the often hidden workings of 'expert practitioners'. It provides valuable insights into developing practice expertise and how expert nursing practice is a key influence. Developing expertise through nurturing professional artistry in the workplace / Angie Titchen Revealing the hidden treasures of practice expertise / Sally Hardy A final turn of the kaleidoscope / Sally Hardy [et al.].
Subject headings Nursing. Nursing--Research. Medical subjects Nursing Care--methods. Ambulatory Care Procedures for the Nurse Practitioner 2nd Edition by Margaret R. Colyar DSN ARPN C-FNP (Author), Cynthia R.
Ehrhardt RN MSN ARNP FNP-CS (Author)Cited by: 2. Critical Thinking Scenario – Nursing Essay Critical thinking is an essential part of a nurse’s professional growth because it determines the quality of decisions made in the course of practice.
In this case, there is a patient who is elderly, just retired, and is aged 60 years old. She is a female and has arthritis. The nurse practice environment may offer a modifiable avenue through which nurse managers and administrators can cultivate nursing expertise and attract and retain nurse experts.
Benner () noted that the most skilled clinical nursing performance can be attained in a supportive environment where clinical learning with colleagues from all Cited by: The aim of this concept analysis paper was to critically analyze the practice inquiry competency of nurse practitioners as a concept using the Wilsonian approach.
The novelty of practice inquiry competency, one of the entry level nurse practitioner’s core compe-tencies is nascent. The Wilsonian approach of concept analysis provided the framework. "Designated a Doody's Core Title.
This book examines the nature of clinical knowledge and judgment. The authors present a report of a six-year study of over hospital nurses, primarily in critical care.
The contributors document and analyze their clinical narratives for stages of clinical skill acquisition and the components of expert s: 1.
Professional Craft Knowledge in Patient-Centred Nursing and the Facilitation of its Development Summary This publication is Angie Titchen's seminal DPhil work which explored the concept of professional craft knowledge in patient-centred nursing and investigated how it can be revealed to facilitate learning in less experienced nurses.
It is therefore timely that this study is beginning to make such information available. 72 Intensive and Critical Care Nursing () 15, Harcourt Brace & Company Ltd Revealing higher levels of nursing practice Concept Conflict Resistance Challenge Established Values Fig, 5 by: Teaching in nursing and role of the educator: the complete guide to best practice in teaching, evaluation, and curriculum development.
Understanding and developing our professional artistry: a critical creative journey towards reciprocity in the supervisor-student relationship eds. Revealing nursing expertise through.
Sally Hardy has 17 books on Goodreads with 18 ratings. Sally Hardy’s most popular book is Stuart And Sundeen's Mental Health Nursing: Principles And Prac. Ethical inquiry that illuminates or challenges the assumptions underlying the everyday practices and policies affecting nursing and healthcare.
Philosophical inquiries that stimulate thought, deconstruct ideologies or challenge conformities related to the nature and expression of nursing and healthcare. A Guide for Nurses: Education, Lifelong Learning, and Your Career Nursing can be a fulfilling career that allows you to make a difference in the lives of many.
Recently, U.S. News & World Report ranked being a Registered Nurse (RN) as #18 on their Best Jobs list. Melnyk and colleagues, as leaders of nursing EBP, have advocated that a culture of clinical inquiry is essential to actualize EBP in nursing.
9 They recommended adding Step 0 to Sackett's original five steps to highlight that an organization must create an environment where nurses have authority to openly question current practice.
Role Development in Clinical Research Nursing. Although nurses are integral and assumed to be essential to the clinical research team, there is no generally accepted, standardized definition of the role of the clinical research nurse 8,12,19–The most concentrated effort to define the role of nurses in clinical research care has been the longstanding effort within the specialty of oncology Cited by: Learning to teach: becoming a reflective practitioner Whether it is going through a conversation that happened to digest what has been said, thinking about sequences of events that led to a certain conclusion, or thinking about how you felt or reacted at a point in time.
nursing or social work and can be thought of in a number of ways. The nurse participants in this study were senior nurse clinicians, recognized both by their peers and by their employer as expert practitioners.
Both nurses had been in full-time practice for at least 19 years. One had a postgraduate qualification and had been instrumental in establishing and integrating a new field of clinical by: 4.