Schon identified two types of reflection that could be applied in the nursing practice. Schon further argued that for reflection to take place there should be a commitment to action as there. According to Hogston and Simpson , p reflection is "a process of reviewing an experience of practice in order to better describe, analyse and evaluate, and so inform learning about practice". Wolverson , p24 includes this is an important process for all nurses wishing to improve their practice. This will be investigated using a reflective nursing model. In accordance.
The patient is no longer at home where he and she can do whatever they please and especially have their privacy. Under my philosophy of nursing it is the nurse duty to make sure before he or she assesses the patient that hands are washed and sanitation is not breached at any moment. For example, while inserting a catheter or cleaning up a wound for diabetic patient. My philosophy of nursing is the same to Watsons view of the patient environment because a patient room should be free from cluster, shades should be available so the amount of light entering the room can be controlled, room temperature should be at an appropriate temperature, and the room should be re-organized to best suit the patient to promote wellness.
Please join StudyMode to read the full document. This raises the question, what guides Nurses to maintain this mindset of always putting the patient first? The answer is their ethical duty, meaning every nurse is guided by ethical theories and principles which help guide them as a patient advocate. In order to properly understand the ethical theories of nursing one must first know what the core ethical principles and theories in nursing are. The ethical principles of nursing are Autonomy, Beneficence, Fidelity, Informed consent, Integrity, Justice, Nonmaleficence, Paternalism, Veracity, as well as Privacy and confidentiality.