A companion to the Overseas Nurses Programme by Jackie Hulse

By Jackie Hulse

This booklet covers every little thing that the abroad pupil will want ahead of and through their reports at the out of the country Nursing Programme (ONP).

Techniques are lined to assist with paintings and learning, in addition to lots of routines and actions to aid the scholar in the direction of luck. It presents info to lead the coed either in the course of the ONP and in addition operating within the NHS. It additionally makes the scholar conscious of the tasks that either they and their employers have as they start working.

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Studies mentioned have suggested that organisation of care is an area that may differ from what some nurses are expecting. ‘All overseas nurses commented on the differences in the organisation of care. Many were more familiar with a more task-orientated approach’ (Gerrish and Griffith 2004, p. 582). Thus, it would be well worth having a look at some of the types of care delivery systems. Cronin and Rawlings-Anderson (2004) review these quite succinctly. The evolution from task allocation through patient allocation to team nursing, primary nursing and its key worker variants are all discussed.

If legal aspects are about keeping within the law, then how would you define ethical aspects? Fletcher and Buka (1999) suggest that ethics is a way of expressing moral rules and that society expects ‘ethical behaviour on the part of health care professionals’ (p. 162). But whose ethical code? Even more than legal frameworks, I would suggest that ethical codes are mediated by cultural norms. One interesting example is the priority or pre-eminence given to the individual in western societies that some would find unusual or unacceptable.

Engage in, develop and disengage from therapeutic relationships through the use of appropriate communication and interpersonal skills. 2. Care delivery ● Understand and follow complex lines of argument in a health care topic. ● Read and understand new knowledge from articles in nursing journals. ● Effectively interact with a degree of fluency and spontaneity that makes information sharing with patients/clients and their relatives and colleagues possible. ● Actively participate in discussions about health care and patient issues, accounting for and sustaining personal views.

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