PNH301 - Healing Practices for the Practical Nurse III

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Subject Title
Healing Practices for the Practical Nurse III

Subject Description
This course explores the nursing practices and interventions that support health and enhance healing for clients and families experiencing various health challenges. 

 

Credit Status
One credit in the Practical Nursing Diploma Program

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:
1. Develop a therapeutic relationship with clients across the lifespan respecting individual rights, beliefs, and unique needs.
2. Utilize a theory-based approach to all aspects of nursing care.
3. Collaborate with clients to perform a holistic assessment demonstrating nursing knowledge and understanding of client needs.
4. Use evidence informed literature to develop and prioritize a collaborative plan of care with emphasis on specific health challenges.
5. Use clinical knowledge and judgment to recognize and respond to changes in client status.
6. Create teaching plans to enhance client health and wellness.
7. Share relevant information with the inter- and intra- professional team through written and verbal communication to enhance care and to support individual client needs.
 
CNO: ETP: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 10, 12, 14, 17, 18, 19, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 42, 49, 50, 52, 54, 72, 73, 77

College of Nurses of Ontario: Entry To Practice Competencies

1. Develops a therapeutic relationship with clients
2. Identifies client’s health care needs in a caring environment that facilitates achieving mutually agreed health outcomes.
3. Collaborates with clients across the lifespan to perform a holistic nursing assessment.
4. Demonstrates knowledge in critical thinking and problem-solving skills
5. Uses a theory-based approach.
6. Demonstrates knowledge in nursing, health and social sciences.
7.a Promotes clients’ rights and responsibilities by: a) Obtaining client consent prior to initiating nursing care.
7. b Protecting clients’ rights by respecting confidentiality, privacy, dignity and self-determination as part of the plan of care.
10. Reviews literature and collaborates with colleagues and other resources in selecting assessment tools or techniques.
12. Demonstrates knowledge of therapeutic communication.
14. In collaboration with the client, identifies appropriate health teaching strategies that will enhance the client’s learning.
17. Encourages clients to draw upon their strengths and to identify appropriate resources within the community.
18. Develops a plan to incorporate critical thinking and problem-solving skills into all aspects of care.
19. Formulates clinical judgments that are consistent with clients’ needs and priorities by responding to changing situations that affect client’s health and safety.
 Selects communication techniques that are appropriate for the client’s circumstances needs.
 Identifies potential health problems or issues and their consequences for clients.
In collaboration with the inter-professional health care team refines and expands client assessment information by: (a) Using initial assessment findings to focus on additional and more detailed assessments.
 Analyzing and interpreting data from client assessments.
 Questioning and offering suggestions regarding approaches to care.
 Seeking information from relevant nursing research, expert and the literature.
 Developing a range of possible alternatives and approaches to care.
 Establishing priorities of nursing care.
 Identifying expected outcomes.
 Incorporating health teaching strategies into care.
 Collaborates with the inter-professional health care team in developing a client’s plan of care.
 Maintains clear, concise, accurate and timely records of client’s care
 Implements identified health teaching strategies into client’s learning.
Considers the determinants of health into all aspects of care.
 Evaluates and refines critical thinking and problem-solving skills in all aspects of nursing care.
Modifies plan of care according to one’s knowledge, skill and judgment.
 Establishes and maintains a caring environment that supports clients in achieving optimal health outcomes, goals to manage illness or a peaceful death.
 Demonstrates behaviours that contribute to an effective and therapeutic nurse-client relationship.
 Demonstrates support for clients making informed decisions about their health care and respects those decisions.
 

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