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Nursing Assignment (Solution)

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Translation Of Knowledge ToPractice(Nursing)
Table of ContentsIntroduction......................................................................................................................................11. Demonstration of qualities of a reflective practitioner by critically discussing ownprofessional development needs and strategies to work with others..........................................12. Detailed analysis and integration of ideas which show how the strategies will supportpractice development..................................................................................................................23. Explores governance and regulatory frameworks in discussing accountability and practiceas a graduate nurse......................................................................................................................3Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................3References.....................................................................................................................................4
IntroductionMedication management as broadly defined as a condition where a safe and effective useof prescription must be given to the patients so that it helps them to retain their health effectively.Nursing, midwifery, medical and pharmaceutical professionals all are the participants inmedicational management process. In this report the qualities of a reflective practitioner bydiscussing professional needs and strategies would be discussed. Also certain strategies would bedeveloped from PEP to support practice development. At last governance and regulatoryframeworks in autonomy, accountability and practice would be explored.1.Demonstration of qualities of a reflective practitioner by critically discussing ownprofessional development needs and strategies to work with others.Professional development is the process of obtaining the skills, qualifications andexperience that allow the career of nurses and those involved in practice to evolve themselves. Itincludes acquisition of new knowledge, skills and attitude that would help in enabling thecompetent professional (Westbrook and et. al., 2013). Hence professional development is alearning process which generates best professional who will help the society to be healthy. Itinvolves patient centred care to optimise safe, effective and appropriate drug therapy. As a resultthere are some potential challenges that are faced by practitioners which are discussed under:Oversight of medication list: It is a issue that are faced by the practitioners that leadsthem in incorrect medication list. Nurses and practitioners prescribes an inaccurate list ofmedication. As patients interacts with multi prescribers they are not assessed because ofwhich they suffers a lot. As a result no care provider is assigned to them for theiraccountability of the medication that has been given to them.Communication issue between Practitioners and Patients:Most of the practitionersfaces a communication gap between the patients and their family members because ofwhich they are not given a better care. It also involves that the list of medication is notgiven to care providers. Also while approaching any prescribed practitioner they does nothave any previous record of any medication taken which makes the practitioners tounderstand the disease more critically.Ethics and legal challenges:The ethical and legal challenges that are faced by medicalpractitioner when they act as advocate of client affects their practice effectively. Nurses1
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