Reflection on The Transition for The Novice Registered Nurse
Registered nurse is referred to the nurse who has undergone the nursing course program and has been authorized under the licensing body. The registered nurse is enrolled under professional settings for specialized care regulated by the health care council. The paper studies the role and aspects of Registered Nurse and their transition through the reflection model articulated by Gibbs.
Figure1: Reflection model
(source- Pascale & Jackson, 2016)
In order to become a successful registered nurse it is important to complete the nursing degrees in the specific field under supervised experience and guidance. In addition the most important is passing of the license exam under the registered nursing degree course. The registered nurse is placed within professional health care settings ho work as associate nurse besides the physicians I n providing care and treatment to the patients (Condon et al. 2016). The registered nurse needs to have enough knowledge in educating the next generation and members of eth health acre staff. The transition process reflects the stress, tension; feelings when one do not have much knowledge in referred program and education. The constant mentoring and assessment tends to contribute to a more comfortable transition to the role.
It is important to focus on the transition from the nursing program to their individual work in specific hospitals and health care organizations is of great value that triggers the emotions of the individual nurse, resulting in stress and tension. In relation to the new graduate nurses, they suffer from stress due to the everyday challenges they need to face in balancing their academic learning as well as work space and duty (Uchida et al. 2016). They mostly face inconvenience and experience disillusion in relation to nursing practices caused due to the diverse challenges in individual work requirements and perspectives. The nurses needs to fulfill the expected nursing practice and work-hours requirement and accordingly fulfill their proper education or nursing program in order to maintain their license.
Figure 2: Transition difficulties
(Source- Ruffin, 2016)
The registered nurse has to face continuous challenges and changes in meeting their academic learning and work field responsibility ad performance.However, if the nurses are successful in meeting their challenges then it will reduce the stressful situation of balancing work and learning. It involves the requirement of the transformation to necessary growth and development. In meeting the challenges it is important to evaluate the individual’s existing internal or external factors and resources (Regan et al. 2017). Therefore, it is significant in assessing one’s capacity, ability to cope with the uncertain and often stressful situation. The nurses need to strategize their existing schedule in limiting the unnecessary conflicts rising between the academic degree and health services.
From the study it is understood that the new graduates face difficulty in conveying and implementing their training practices learned from the training institute within the professional practice. Therefore, they needs to be guided in delivering their practices appropriately and make them discover the valuable and innovate the existing nursing practices under the health institutions. The care policy and regulations of the professional health care institutions need to related and interrelate with the academic theoretical orientation (Ruffin, 2016). It is the duty of the nurses in perceiving the transition from the academic study to workplace in a challenging way and adapt to new discoveries, innovation and achievements. In meeting the day-to-day challenges the registered nurses need to examine their professional activities that involve communication and leadership skills and competency skill.
From the findings, It is observed that the newly graduated nurses in entering into the professional world has been undergoing stressful situations caused due to lack of convergence as they are unable to deliver and communicate the skills learnt within the academic structure into their professional practice resulting in problems of transition. However, the nurses in training themselves towards effective and efficient leadership roles will help them being successful in the field of nursing. It is important for the newly graduates to overcome the fear, stress, lack of confidence, and workload pressure through effective practices and self-training.