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The Clinical Placement : An Essential Guide for Nursing Students: 2nd edition, 2010  - Tracy Levett-Jones

The Clinical Placement

An Essential Guide for Nursing Students: 2nd edition, 2010

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Published: 15th November 2010
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The Clinical Placement: An Essential Guide for Nursing Students 2/e is a unique text designed to assist nursing students, and their facilitators, as they navigate their way through the clinical placement learning experience. Written in an interactive and engaging style, the authors explore complex dilemmas and concerns, and suggest how potential problems can be prevented or resolved. The aim is for students to achieve quality clinical placement which is crucial to the development of competent and confident practitioners. The new edition builds on the strengths of the text with an increased focus on New Zealand health to provide a balanced ANZ approach. This text incorporates recent changes to Clinical practice with regard to risk management, improved communication and hand over techniques. There is a new focus on Indigenous health, including a discussion on cultural issues for indigenous populations and a general discussion on how to handle cultural sensitivities whilst working on the ward. Revised in accordance with the ANMC updated National Competency standards for national registration, The Clinical Placement: An Essential Guide for Nursing Students 2/e offers a practical support mechanism for nursing students as well as Registered Nurses re-entering clinical environments.

The rules of engagement
Know the lie of the land
The clinical placement-what it is and why it matters
Person-centred care
Models of care
Competent practice
Working within your scope of practice
Who shall I turn to?
Working hard-but not too hard
First impressions last
The generation gap
The roles and functions of the interdisciplinary healthcare team
Reflective thinking activities
References
Great expectations
Patients' expectations
Clinicians' expectations
Professional expectations
Legal requirements
Don't apologise for being a student
Speak up, speak out
Exercise your rights
You're not the boss of me (oh really?)
Don't take everything personally
Compliance and compromise
Being naive
Reflective thinking activities
References
How you act
Cultural safety
Teamwork
Managing conflict
Dealing with horizontal violence
Dealing with sexual harassment
Taking care of yourself
Patient advocacy
Best practice
Practice principles
Clinical governance
Patient safety
Clinical learning objectives
Student assessment
Giving and receiving gifts
Visitors during clinical placements
Using the company supplies
Punctuality and reliability
Putting work ahead of your studies
Clinical placements at distant locations
Reflective thinking activities
References
How you think and feel
Caring
Reflective practice
Reality check and seeking feedback
Emotional Intelligence
Critical thinking and critical reasoning
Ethical dilemmas in nursing
Crossing over the line
Getting the support you need
Reflective thinking activities
References
How you communicate
What is a nurse?
Therapeutic communication
Welcome to Australia or New Zealand
Using professional language
Documentation and legal issues
Information and communication technology (ICT) in healthcare and in education
Patient handover
Your voice in the clinical environment
Telephones and the internet
Self-disclosure
Providing effective feedback
Reflective thinking activities
References
Insights from clinical experts
Aviation nursing Fiona McDermid, Amanda Ferguson
Community health nursing Cheryle Morley, Bronwyn Warne
Day surgery nursing Alison Anderson
Developmental disability nursing Kristen Wiltshire, Bill Learmouth
Drug and alcohol nursing Richard Clancy
Emergency nursing Leanne Egan
General practice nursing Elizabeth J Halcomb
Indigenous health nursing Vicki Bradford
Intensive care nursing Paula McMullen
International nursing Kerry Reid-Searl
Justice health nursing Annette Griffin
Medical nursing Sandy Eager
Mental health nursing Teresa Stone
Midwifery Lyn Ebert
Nephrology nursing Peter Sinclair
Occupational health nursing Jennifer Anastasia
Older person nursing Helen Bellchambers
Paediatric Nursing Elizabeth Newham
Palliative care nursing Amanda Johnson
Perioperative nursing Menna Davies
Primary health care nursing Judy Yarwood, Jill Clendon
Private hospital nursing Deánne Portelli, Lynette Saul, Margaret Mason
Rural and remote nursing Maryanne Hethorn
Surgical nursing Dee McGuire
Glossary
Index
Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780729539586
ISBN-10: 072953958X
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 251
Published: 15th November 2010
Publisher: Elsevier Australia
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 12.7  x 1.3
Weight (kg): 0.41