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Individual Practicum Project Presentation
Transcript of Individual Practicum Project Presentation
NUR 590AB Practicum Project
1. PMMC RNs Risk of PBS
2. Develop stress reduction technique
Practicum Learning Agreement
1. provide coping training strategies/stress reduction techniques
2. change the physical environment
3. creative staffing
Original Practicum Learning Agreement
Choosing a Mentor
Choosing the Facility
mentorship=essential relationship promoted between two members of a like discipline with the intent of developing future leaders
1. belief the project would contribute to nursing practice at PMMC
2. invest in my work environment and community of which it serves
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•Meeting with the staff / managers/ mentor (schedule constraints & conflicts)
•Meeting with the Healing Touch/Reiki volunteers
•Meeting with my mentor
•Changing the practicum goal to focus on charge nurses
•Data collection (collection of pre & post MBI tool and responses to breathing technique/ Reiki treatments
•Data collection for needs assessment
•Meeting deadlines for regular schoolwork & the timeline of the practicum
•Unexpected outcome- Reiki volunteers enjoyed sessions with staff and vice versa
a)Opened up staff to the importance of relaxation (both involved in sessions and NOT involved in sessions), peaked interest in Reiki
b)Reiki volunteers voiced interest in coming again
c)Symbiotic relationship- my breathing technique, their Reiki session
A. Knowledge that things are not perfect, and to accept things as they go
B. Expect the unexpected and allow time for it
C. Welcome the unexpected “monkey wrenches” as the change may be the better outcome
D. I am NOT always in control- which is good
E. Advice/criticisms are healthy and good for you- I should learn to take more than just a couple bites- but platefuls
F. Remove the rose colored glasses
G. Embracing (A-F) this attitude is infectious, good to spread to others (especially since I’m so type A and methodical)