Clinical Competency to Effectively Enhance Fundamental Nursing Practice

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วนิดา ดุรงค์ฤทธิชัย, Dr.P.H.
เจตจรรยา บุญญกูล
จุฬาวรรณ จิตดอน
เสาวรี เอี่ยมละออ
เอมวดี เกียรติศิริ
ศุภรัสมิ์ วิเชียรตนนท์

Abstract

Fundamental nursing practice requires a nursing process in every activity. This is based on the clinical performance derived from knowledge, skills, capacity, and judgment. The skills needed to develop clinical competency in fundamental nursing practice are composed of management, coordination, innovation, communication, advocacy, systematic thinking, health teaching, problem-based learning, health promotion, and leadership. Apart, management consists of planning, event ranking, team organization, facilitating, job control, and reporting. Work collaboration is responsible for team building, pointing out benefits, and finding ways to collaborate together. Innovation in particular can be enhanced by refining, improved experiments, and practical new services. In communication, it consisted of selecting massages to convey, deep listening, observing changes, and message repetition along with the protection of patients’ rights, within acceptable values and patient safety, think systematically, teamwork, and use of empirical evidence. Health education is done on a step-by-step approach from pre-assessment, planning, teaching, and evaluation, respectively. Problem-based learning begins with problem analysis, followed by solution identification, and evaluation selected nursing methods. In the promotion of patients’ health, essential information was provided, empowerment, and proper coordination as the benefit. Leadership development is undertaken by utilizing proficient nursing process, thinking and communication, speaking, writing, and explanation skills. Periodic review of these competencies can help in the promotion of quality basic nursing practice and ensure the safety of clients.

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