The primary intent of the legislation is public safety.
Using the Gibbs (Gibbs, 1988) Cycle as format of this essay, I shall first describe what happened, reflect on my feelings and emotions, reflect upon practice placements as well as discuss developments in the four (4) domains: professional or ethical practice, care delivery, care management, and personal or professional development relating to learning outcomes for NMC 2004, giving details about what was good and bad about the experience, analysis of what sense I can make to the situation, and conclude what else could I have done. The discussion will be focused on the particular aspects of my practice and will provide indications to the learning and achievements in the process as well as areas that need further development
In a step-by-step process, I will describe the events or activities that happened as they exactly went under description. Description of feelings will follow that shall give the personal view and emotion that I went through as a student undergoing the whole process or activities, prior to the evaluation of experience that shall give an in-depth presentation of how the events and activities commenced. After careful evaluation, I shall present an analysis of the whole activities or events giving rationale and reasons why these occurred or what can be expected.
After the Analysis, I...
Practice Placement Description and Feelings
In my practice placement, I have experienced all of the four domains of nursing practice as professional and ethical practice, care delivery, care management and personal and professional development.
Definition for "Registered Nurse" (RN) or "Registered Professional Nurse" in a general view since there are now more non-UK and non-EU nurse professionals in the United Kingdom goes, "are professional nurses who often supervise the tasks performed by Licensed Practical Nurses, orderlies, medical assistants and nursing assistants. They provide direct care and make decisions regarding plans of care for individuals and groups of healthy, ill and injured people.
Some nurses may have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, which makes specialising in fields such as psychiatry (psychiatric nurse) or anaesthesiology more feasible, but in many states the Associate of Science in Nursing is the entry-level degree for those entering the profession. Regardless of degree, they have many hours of clinical experience," from the Ask.com (2006).
With the purpose to inform professionals of required conduct in the exercise of their accountability and practice, as well as inform the public about what to expect from registered practitioners, the nursing standard (NMC, 2002) provided for the Code of professional conduct so that nay registered nurse is expected to be accountable for their practice in caring for patients and clients. Specifically, they must respect the patient or client as an individual, obtain consent before giving any treatment or care, protect confidential information at all times, cooperate with the team members, always trustworthy, and must act to