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Effective Staff Development Programme for Nurses: Transforming Nurses into Competent Practitioner
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Effective staff development programme for nurses: Transforming nurses into competent practitioner Name Instructor Class University 6 April 2012 Introduction The present health care environment requires nurses and health care practitioners to constantly update their knowledge and skills to improve health care services provided to patients.
This means that nurses are responsible for their own skills and knowledge development, as well as in promoting the same learning environment for other health care workers. Furthermore, the demands for greater accountability have increased, amidst limited organisational resources. Training initiatives must both support lifelong education and prepare health care workers in undertaking their diverse roles and responsibilities in a timely, efficient, and effective manner. This paper explores the changes needed for my organisation in developing an effective staff development programme. Analysis of Organisation Change Needed I am serving as the nurse educator in _____. Numerous new nurses, such as fresh graduates and overseas nurses, work at WA hospitals. One of the common causes of problems and errors in their role that deprives the patient from quality nursing care is lack of support from the senior staff and management, especially staff development educators and managers. Through observations and interviews with nurses, I learned that self-directed learning, which is often used in the hospital, is not very effective in supporting the learning needs of health care workers. Many nurses only read training manuals designed for them for compliance, without fully absorbing and implementing the knowledge and skills that these manuals intend to teach them. ...
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