Nursing (Adult) Year 3

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Student name: Test Student
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BSc (Hons) Nursing

Adult
Practice Assessment Record

(Including Ongoing Achievement Record)

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Domains

P.1 Practises honestly and with integrity, applying the principles of The NMC Code: Professional standards of practice and behaviour for nurses and midwives (2015) and Raising Concerns: Guidance for nurses and midwives (2015).

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P.2 Consistently displays a professional image in behaviour and appearance.

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P.3 Consistently acts in a manner that is attentive, kind, sensitive, compassionate and non-discriminatory, that values diversity and acts within professional boundaries.

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P.4 Consistently displays respect for an individual's rights and choices


P.5 Consistently displays an awareness of how one's own values, beliefs, emotions, health and well-being impact on practice.


C.1 Consistently demonstrates the ability to listen, seek clarity, and carry out instructions safely.


C.2 Consistently recognises signs of aggression and takes appropriate action to keep themselves and others safe.

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C.3 Demonstrates safe and effective communication skills.

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C.4 Demonstrates an awareness of the legal and professional frameworks in relation to informed consent.

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C.5 Understands and applies the principles of confidentiality and data protection, especially where sharing information is required to safeguard and protect individuals.

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C.6 Discusses the link between lifestyle choices and health, and takes the opportunity to promote health and well-being.

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C.7 Consistently demonstrates the need to work in partnership with individuals and their families and/or carers.


C.8 Consistently promotes the concept, knowledge and practice of self-care with people with acute and long term conditions, using a range of communication skills and strategies.


N.1 Confidently applies safe, person-centred care, under appropriate supervision, for those who are unable to meet their own physical, emotional, psychological and mental health needs across the lifespan.

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N.2 Empowers individuals to meet their essential needs in relation to safety, security, well-being and comfort, promoting their dignity at all times. This must include accurate monitoring and recording of:

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N.3 Recognises and acts appropriately when an individual's physical or psychological condition is deteriorating, demonstrating how to respond in an emergency and administer essential first aid.

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N.4 Uses and disposes of medical devices safely under supervision according to local and national policy,reporting any incidents or near misses.

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N.5 Pro-actively works within the laws governing health and safety at work, including safe manual handling and infection control.

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N.6 Consistently applies a comprehensive knowledge of pharmacology, and safely and accurately carries out medicines calculations, preparation and administration under direct supervision in accordance with local policies. This includes:

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N.7 Safely and accurately uses a range of diagnostic skills, employing appropriate technology, to assess the needs of individuals.

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N.8 Working in partnership recognises and respects an individual's expertise and knowledge, and right to self-determination regarding their health and well-being.

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N.9 Record and evaluate measurements of weight, height, length, body mass index and other measures of nutritional status.


N.10 Accurately undertake record and interpret a range of baseline assessments using manual and electronic devices.


N.11 Confidently promotes and applies the principles of wound management, healing and asepsis.


L.1 Pro-actively seeks help and shares information as appropriate with colleagues where people's needs are not being met or they are at risk.

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L.2 Works confidently within legal and professional frameworks.


L.3 Works effectively within, knowledge, skills and professional boundaries, understanding that they are responsible for their own actions.

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L.4 Acts in a way that values the roles and responsibilities of others including service users and carers, and interacts appropriately.

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L.5 Works within local policies to safeguard and protect people, particularly children, young people, older people and vulnerable adults.

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L.6 Effectively uses reflection and appropriate supervision mechanisms for working safely.

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L.7 Works autonomously, as well as in teams, making the most of opportunities to extend knowledge, skills and practice.

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Discussion

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Evaluation

Timesheet

PlacementCompletedHours
PARE Hospital - Test Ward No 0.0