Harris Niño Ceasar S. Isulat BSN IV-II
This course incorporates nursing leadership and management towards its all aspects tofacilitate enhancement of competence and effectiveness of students as a nurse in providingquality and compassionate nursing care.
•Attain a symbiotic relationship among the students, head nurses, clinical instructors andhospital staff in which learning is facilitated toward attainment of competency inrendering quality care to individuals and family within the health care delivery setting.
•To have an introduction between head nurses and student nurses in cooperationwith the clinical instructor.
•To orient the student nurses in the assigned hospital area, the setting, the tasks andresponsibility assigned upon them.
•To motivate the students through a reward-system based leadership style.
•To encourage the students to draw upon their accumulated personal experiences to present an evidence-based case presentation through a questionnaire.
•To provide refreshment and enhancement of nursing principles for the nursingstudents through Pre- Test and Post- Test.
•To further enhance preservation and retainment of nursing skills and principlesthrough assignment, project, report and requirement.
•To promote an individualized primary care to attend the needs of the patients.
•To assist in giving medication with the supervision of Clinical Instructor andutilize nursing process to improve the quality patient care.
•To apply the Core Competency Standard that will serve as a unifying framework for nursing education, regulation and practice.
•To demonstrate the vision/mission of the school which is service oriented,research motivated, technology enable and Marian inspired.
Functions of a headnurse:
Head nurses direct and supervise nursing staff in provision of nursing care and ensure the availability of support services which facilitate this care. The first-line nurse...