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Nursing Ways of Knowing Rounds

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Transcript of Nursing Ways of Knowing Rounds

Professional & Personal Values
Client Choice
Client Well-Being
Accountability
Knowledge
"Knowledge refers to knowing that is expressed in a form that can be shared or communicated with others (Chinn & Kramer, 2011, pg. 3)."
Ways of Knowing
Empiric
Ethical
Emancipatory
Aesthetic
Personal
Agenda
Personal & Professional Values
Knowing & Knowledge
Ways of Knowing
Application to Scenario
Nursing Actions

Nursing Ways of Knowing Rounds
Kristie Bye, Dragana Jovanovic, Kate Sushko & Megan Welink
March 11, 2014
2NN3
Tracey Jewiss

The Person
"The central impediment to healing is dealt with holistically... (Chinn & Kramer, 2011, pg. 47)."
Society & Environment
"... Place the human body in the best possible condition for the reparative process of nature to occur (Chinn & Kramer, 2011, pg. 47)."
Health
"Health exists independently from illness or disease (Chinn & Kramer, 2011, pg. 48)."
Knowing
"... Knowing refers to ways of perceiving and understanding the self and the world (Chinn & Kramer, 2011, pg. 3)."
Empiric Knowing
Ethical Knowing
Emancipatory Knowing
Aesthetic Knowing
Personal Knowing
What is the most important nursing issue?
What actions would best address this need?
How does literature support these actions?
Professional & Personal Values
Morals
Family
Responsibility
(College of Nurses of Ontario, 2009) (College of Nurses of Ontario, 2002)
Impaired Skin Integrity
Conduct a psychosocial assessment
Use a risk assessment tool
Involve the patient and family
How does literature support these actions?
How does literature support these actions?
(Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, 2007)
"The goal... is to... develop a plan of care with the client that is consistent with individual and family preferences, goals and resources (RNAO, 2007, pg. 25)."
"Targeting variables can focus assessment on particular risk factors and help guide the plan... of care (Ackley & Ladwig, 2008, pg. 751)."
"Involving the client and family members in discussions of care invites creative approaches to health education (RNAO, 2007, pg. 49)."
Ethical Knowing
Emancipatory Knowing
Aesthetic Knowing
Empiric Knowing
Personal Knowing
"A pattern of knowing grounded in science and other empirically based methodologies
The praxis of nursing
Our obligation to the patient
What needs to be done
The moral component of knowing
Right vs. Wrong
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011)
Appreciate meaning
The "art" of nursing
Understand significance of experience
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011) (Archibald, 2012)
Self
Self in relation to others
Being whole & aware, genuine
Unique personality
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011)
Client Choice
Client Well-Being
Accountability
Morals
Family
Responsibility
What do we feel is the right thing to do in this situation?
What changes are needed?
Have we encountered a similar situation before?
What is it?
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011, pg. 11)."
"Calls forth action in ways that reduce or eliminate inequality and injustice
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011 , pg. 5)."
Noticing
Interpreting
Responding
Reflecting
What does this mean?
"Destruction of skin layers; disruption of skin surface; invasion of body structures (Ackley & Ladwig, 2008, pg. 751)."

(Tanner, 2006)
(Gleeson & Timmins, 2005)
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011)
(Registered Nurses Association of Ontario, 2005) (Chinn & Kramer, 2011)
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011)
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011) (CNO, n.d.)
(Chinn & Kramer, 2011) (Kagan, Smith, Cowling & Chinn, 2009) (Canadian Community Health Nursing , 2008)
McMaster Model of Nursing
(McMaster Mohawk Conestoga Undergraduate Nursing Education, 2012)
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