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Caring: Proper Etiquette Balances a Happy Patient Chamberlain College of Nursing NR 103: Transition to the nursing profession Caring: Teamwork and personality creates a delightful Experience... When patients are admitted to hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, assisted living facility or any type of such facilities, they expect top quality care from their nursing staff, and they deserve to receive nothing less of excellent quality care. Nurses are a great significance to the healthcare industry and it is necessary to show care and passion when dealing with patients. As a director of nursing (DON), registered nurse (RN) certified nursing assistant (CNA) or any type of health care provider, it is essential to demonstrate a great attitude at all times as well as put forth as much teamwork as possible to ensure a safe but happy environment for the patients as well as your colleagues. Fellowship is essential in providing quality care Often times when working in health care facilities, there will be days when the workload is heavy and may seem unbearable or too much to handle, but it is always necessary to work as a team to get the job done in a safe yet caring way. In the health care industry, it is deemed necessary to work at an agile yet comfortable pace while still providing top quality care for your patients because there will be times the nurse may have to work under staffed or take on a bit more work than usual. Working under a lot of pressure may be tough at times, but with the proper amount of teamwork, the patients will still receive ample care from their RN. While surveying many nurses, it was reported that nurses explained that working in circumstances where the staffing is short, the time being spent with their patients are limited ( ). In understanding that, it shows caring for not only your patients, but concern for every patient as a whole as well as understanding that every patient should still receive the same amount of quality care by pitching in as a team and assisting the other nurses on the unit. Personality reflects the care being given Working as a nurse, it is essential to maintain a professional yet caring personality. Patients feel more secure, reassuring and comfortable around nurses with a welcoming, friendly attitude versus a nurse with a somewhat nonchalant, mean, or aggressive personality. “Above all, clients of homecare appreciate the good mood of nurses” ( ). Any patient will appreciate a friendly, energetic nurses who shows nothing less than a great passion for their job. Even if things are not going well at home, or you are going through a difficult time in your life, it is always important to maintain a professional caring attitude at all times because it is all about the patient at the moment, not the nurse. A nurses’ personality will also reflect the type of feedback that a patient gives while receiving care. If a patient detects attitude from their nurse or a lack of care, that patient may become angry, upset or defiant towards care. Conclusion Being a patient admitted into a hospital or long term facility can be very scary or over whelming to a patient. That’s why as a nurse, it is very important to make the patients’ experience a great one while in the care of the nurse. It only takes a bit of hard work, time and effort, which can make all the difference in the world for some patients. Most patients will appreciate a nurse who is caring and loveable and also a nurse that can work as a team to get the job done in an efficient, caring way. As a healthcare provider, it is crucial to work as a unit to ensure that each resident is receiving the proper amount of care. Not only does working as a team provide an excellent rapport for the facility, but it also shows integrity and dedication an excellence as a nurse. Reference: Drahošová, L., & Jarošová, D. (2016). CONCEPT CARING IN NURSING. Central european journal of nursing & midwifery, 7(2), 453-460. doi:10.15452/CEJNM.2016.07.0014 [Show More]

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