The Nursing Concept from a Non Vlinical Viewpoint
Choose one of the following and submit a 2-3 page (page count does not include cover page and reference page) APA formal paper: Use your readings and research to support the ideas presented by your colleague. This paper will not be first person.
Engage with a nurse actively involved in the professional practice for more than 25 years to explore changes within the profession.
Partner with a nursing school from another country to gain a global perspective of their nursing image.
Interview an interprofessional (non-nurse) colleague to explore their concept of nursing.
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The Nursing Concept from a Social Perspective
Outline Fadra Norman
“Life’s most urgent question is: What are you doing for others?” Given this point one can see how important i exploringnursing from a non clinical viewpoint is. Moreover the exploration of Clinical Personnel’s rush to only respond to subjective and objective data more so than the emotional intelligence of the patient, Nurses to me don’t serve the patients purpose adequately and While Social Service should be factored into the clinical light both disiplines should be able to coexist when it comes down to emotional integrity, social orientation and the economic stability of the client is what Tanya Chadwick Social Service professional believes.
In interviewing Tanya a Social Worker of Bon Secours Health System I raised the question of exploring nursing from her own viewpoint and as a result of that question here is what she had to say. “I believe that not all but most Nurses only look at data and not the human and or emotional side of the patient.