Achieving Competencies for Nursing Practice. A Handbook for by Sheila Reading

By Sheila Reading

This ebook will supply examples to nursing scholars to let an inventive and cutting edge figuring out of ways the skills might be established within the many contexts the place perform happens with members, teams or most likely groups.

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She is keenly interested in learning in practice and believes that a practice experience is not just the place where students put ‘theory into practice’ but is most essentially the time where the principles of practice are learned, as well as giving students an opportunity to build on the knowledge and skills already gained. She considers this learning to be crucial, as it is where each student will learn the culture and skills of nursing that will ensure they offer high quality care for all service users and their families.

Evidence-based practice is a fundamental aspect of all you do as a nurse and this chapter will support your learning and achievement of the competencies within the NMC Standards for Pre-registration Nursing Education (NMC 2010) by facilitating you to: understand what is meant by evidence-based practice; appreciate the diverse types of evidence that can be used to inform practice; explain the importance of evidence-based practice; develop the knowledge and skills you need to demonstrate evidence-based practice; critically consider the limitations and challenges of evidence-based practice.

G. g. g. patient feedback); evaluation data; guidelines; knowledge of the organization and the culture; clinical expertise/professional experience; professional networks; policy documents, national and local. While research-based information is a key element informing the provision of quality care and meeting patient needs, audit data, patient surveys, patient and carer stories, laboratory tests and other results also help build up a picture of best care. g. Newell and Gournay 2000; Bullock et al.

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