What it is to be an Enrolled Nursed

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What it is to be an Enrolled Nursed by Mind Map: What it is to be an Enrolled Nursed

1. Law

1.1. Standards of Law

1.1.1. Not under the influence

1.2. Confidentiality

1.3. Consent

1.3.1. Verbal, written or informed

1.3.2. Posting unauthorised photographs of patients

1.4. Patient care

1.4.1. Always attending to your patients

1.4.2. Diagnosing conditions as they arise and responding to deteriorating patients Documentation

1.4.3. Maintaining up to date training

1.4.4. Evidence-based practice

1.4.5. Demonstrates knowledge of and implications for the NMBA standards, codes and guidelines, workplace policies and procedural guidelines applicable to enrolled nursing practice

1.5. Care planning

1.6. Collaborate with the RN

1.6.1. Identifying and clarifying responsibilities

2. Ethics

2.1. Purpose

2.1.1. Decision making

2.1.2. Reflect on conduct

2.1.3. Standards Maintaining up to date training

2.1.4. Values

2.2. Beneficence

2.2.1. Reports incidents of unethical behaviour immediately to the person in authority

2.3. Veracity

2.4. Provide Privacy and dignity

2.5. Respect

2.5.1. Providing care regardless of ethnicity, culture, religion, age, gender, sexual preference, physical or mental state, differing values and beliefs

3. Social Media

3.1. Professionalism

3.1.1. Not adding patients/clients to your social Media

3.1.2. Not advertising confidential situations to the world

3.2. Say no to...

3.2.1. Facebook

3.2.2. Mobile

3.2.3. Email

3.3. Confidentiality

3.3.1. Privacy Not making unsubstantiated claims Posting unauthorised photographs of patients

4. Professional Boundaries

4.1. Vulnerability

4.1.1. Not taking advantage of others

4.2. Respect

4.2.1. Act in the best interest of those being cared for

4.3. Therapeutic relationships

4.3.1. "Zone of helpfulness"

5. Standards of Practice

5.1. Accountability

5.1.1. Responsibility Collaborate with the RN by identifying and clarifying responsibilities Practise within safety and quality improvement guidelines and standards accepts accountability and responsibility for own actions

5.2. Relationship proximity

5.3. Consent

5.3.1. Verbal, written or informed

5.3.2. Providing privacy

5.4. Medication Management

5.5. Professional Conduct

5.5.1. Safe and confident manner

5.5.2. Nurses respect the dignity, culture, ethnicity, values and beliefs of people receiving care and treatment, and of their colleagues

5.5.3. Work within multidisciplinary teams

5.6. Provide direct and indirect care

5.7. Training

5.7.1. Engages in ongoing development of self as a professional

5.7.2. Maintains up to date training as necessary