Pukenga Nehi / Nursing as a Profession: Enrolled Nursing
To enable students to develop contemporary knowledge underpinning enrolled nursing practice.
- Learning Outcomes
- Describe the enrolled nurse scope of practice and its relationship to the scope and roles of the registered nurse and the inter-professional health care team.
Identify and discuss relevant legislation, ethical principles standards and codes pertaining to health care delivery and health consumer, family and/or whnau care.
Discuss a range of models of care and clinical decision making used in health care settings.
Identify and discuss the relationship between the Te Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi and health care in New Zealand.
Identify and describe a range of contemporary nursing issues.
- -Roles and Functions of the Nurse Enrolled Nurse (EN), Registered Nurse (RN), Health Care Assistant (HCA); Scopes of practice (EN, RN); delegation and direction; relationships within Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT).
-Relevant NZ Legislation and professional guidelines within nursing practice
-Code of Conduct; Code of Ethics; professional boundaries; professional conduct; informed consent.
-Te Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi and health care in NZ
-Models of Care, Managed Care and Team Nursing; Primary Team Nursing; different healthcare settings
-Contemporary nursing issues in practice
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
- Lectures, tutorials, group simulations, case studies, scenarios, discussions, e-learning and independent learning.
- Assessment Criteria
- Short Answer Test5060