Te Tuapapa Whakatinana Pukenga / Foundations for Enrolled Nursing Practice
To enable students to undertake clinical experience in a range of health care settings to meet entry level Nursing Council of New Zealand competencies for the Enrolled Nurse scope of practice.
- Learning Outcomes
- Practice within appropriate legal, ethical, professional boundaries and behaviour.
Maintain a professional standard of behaviour and presentation.
Demonstrate safe and effective communication and problem-solving skills with health consumers, families and/or whnau and the health care team.
Maintain a safe environment and respond appropriately to individual and environmental change.
Demonstrate safety and competence in assessment, delivery, documentation and evaluation of health consumer care.
Demonstrate the ability to apply the principles of Te Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi to their nursing practice.
- -Legislation, ethical and professional guidelines within nursing practice
-Code of Conduct, Code of Ethics, Professional Boundaries and Social Media
-Communication with clients, families/whanau and the health care team
-Nursing assessment, care planning and clinical skills
-Health and safety, incident reporting, infection control, falls prevention
-Nursing assessment, care planning, delivery and documentation
-Te Tiriti o Waitangi/Treaty of Waitangi and cultural safety
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
- Lectures, tutorials, simulation, group discussions, guest speakers, independent learning, e-learning, work integration.
- Assessment Criteria
- Clinical Competency AssessmentPass