Examine nursing concepts from a philosophical standpoint.
Examine nursing concepts from a philosophical standpoint. Nursing theories are frequently based on philosophical and religious principles. Nursing philosophy has long served as the profession’s foundation. This is especially true of the principles of selfless service and encouraging others’ flourishing.
The use of theories in research is required because they allow us to comprehend the significance of nursing. Nursing models and ideas have a significant impact on research and practice. The theory impacts research and practice because it provides a framework for thinking about a phenomenon (Salifu et al., 2019). Nurses and other healthcare professionals must use or apply the nursing theory to investigate the various patient experiences of symptoms as assessed in a specific healthcare setting.
The presence of specific symptoms in patients is influenced by various factors, including their environments, psychological states, and physiological states (Christelle et al., 2019).
As a result, “pain and culture” is one of my favorite topics because it has helped me learn and is frequently used in my nursing field.
Institutions dedicated to medical education are responsible for teaching students about pain management and ethics as they learn to treat patients with chronic illnesses (Carvalho et al., 2019).
However, effectively managing pain has become a significant challenge for the medical community. To provide adequate pain relief, providers must be truthful and follow the law. As a result, researchers developed the concept of self-efficacy to describe these events. However, assessing a person internally and externally entails determining their level of comprehension based on both internal performance and the impact of external influences (Klassen & Klassen, 2018). Long-term medical decision-making would be guided by evidence-based practice established through the study of scientific literature and the application of related principles. In order to gain professional responsibility, the nurse practitioner must eventually integrate elements, practices, and questions.
The discussions, learning more about them, and learning how to apply them are a few of the arguments I can use to support my conclusion that this class was an excellent experience. Learning how to read and write professionally was a great challenge because it gave me the knowledge I needed to succeed in nursing school and the real world.
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Klassen, R. M., and J. R. Klassen (2018). A critical examination of medical students’ self-efficacy beliefs. 7(2), pp. 76-82 in Perspectives on Medical Education.
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