Prepared by : . Asma'a S. Ayyash . Ala'a J. Break . Shima'a Abd El Aal. Under supervision : . Dr. Hamza Abd Al jawad. Transition from student to Professional Nurse. By the end of this lecture we will be able to : Define the Transition .
. Asma'a S. Ayyash
. Ala'a J. Break
. Shima'a Abd El Aal
. Dr. Hamza Abd Al jawad
Is the passage from one state, place, stage, or subject to another change.
There are four phases of reality shock :
During the honeymoon phase, everything is just as the new graduate imagined. The new nurse is in orientation with former school friends or other new graduates who often share similarities.
The novice nurse begins to understand the new culture to a certain degree. There is less tension and anxiety, and healing begins.
The resolution phase is the result of the shock phase and the novice nurse's ability to adjust to the new environment. If the nurse is able to positively work through the rejection phase, he or she grows more fully as a person and a professional nurse phase.
There are five stages which novice nurse proceed to be more clinically competent:
1- Realty of practice.
2- Unfamiliar with the structure of the organization.
3- Lack of professional relationships.
4- Lack of clinical judgment.
1- Interpersonal skill.
2- Clinical skills .
3- Organizational skills.
4- Delegation skills .
5- Priority setting skills.
2-ROLE MODEL AND MENTORS
5-SELF-CONFEDENCE &SELF ESTEEM.
The difficulties facing the nursing student:
Most of the health institution follow these steps: