In this assignment, I will be relating a scenario to four learning outcomes. I have chosen the child scenario about Suzie, she is a 15-year-old girl and has found out she is pregnant. Exploring around this scenario and field will allow me to gain a perspective into what is needed to patient centre care which is to a high quality. It will also allow me to see what challenges nurses face and the responsibility to act in certain situations professionally. During my training to becoming an adult nurse I will be put in difficult situations and will need to know the right response and how to manage it. For these reasons by reading around the subject I believe it will help shape me for challenges in the future.
Values can be shown through the behaviour of an individual and how they present themselves, but also the way speak and their non-verbal expressions. Our values impact our personal behaviour and our decision such as what we like and don’t like. Working in a professional career means that you need to have professionalism, which will need to have whilst working as a nurse. Professionalism is being mindful of your actions and having the right attitude towards work but also towards patients. It’s having the correct skills and knowledge to safely carry out tasks and in nursing, professionalism would include safeguarding patients being an advocate. It also means having the patient’s voice be heard and taking into account what their wishes are towards their treatment and wellbeing. This would be important to think about when caring for Suzie, it doesn’t state whether she wants to tell her parents or not. So, it is important for the nurse not to push Suzie into telling them or tell the parents against Suzie’s wishes.
The Code of Conduct must be taken into account to have professionalism; it outlines the professional standards that must be followed as a nurse or a midwife. The code of conduct helps nurses and midwifes safe and effective practice. This would relate to Suzie as there are certain things the nurses can and can’t do in Suzie’s case. For instants, they can work with Suzie and encourage her to tell her parents and to make her own decision. However, they cannot make the decision for her as they need to respect Suzie’s privacy rights. On the other hand, Suzie is only 15 and the nurses have to safeguard her, so they are allowed share this information with other healthcare professionals and agencies, and also raise concerns if the individual is vulnerable which she is as she is only 15.
Awareness of professional values ensure that we have the necessary knowledge to plan, conduct and evaluate specific interventions for better communication and integration in the professional practice of the nursing. This leads to a better quality of care in health care.
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