Posted: January 20th, 2023
Nursing Education Practicum
S: To form a rapport with my students and other nurse instructors
M: Success will be measured by assessing the quality of interaction I have with my students and other nurse instructors, and my ability to address each student by their name.
A: I can achieve this goal in the process of learning and practice. NUR-665E Nursing Education Practicum Documentation (NEPD) Goals Form
R: Communication skills are important for a nurse. Effective communication allows the passing of information between colleagues and patients, which is central in providing health services (Kim, 2018). Furthermore, it allows the creation of working relationships that allow collaboration during learning and patient care. Furthermore, it allows the creation of working relationships allowing the collaboration of personnel during patient care.
T: I hope to achieve this by the end of week 2 of the course.
S: To help the students obtain effective listening skills.
M: Success will be measured by evaluating the ability of students to obtain a detailed patient history during the patient assessment. NUR-665E Nursing Education Practicum Documentation (NEPD) Goals Form
A: I can achieve this goal during the practical sessions.
R: Listening skills are central to patient care. They enable one to attain a comprehensive history from the patient while picking out the most important aspects that influence the course of presenting illness and treatment.
T: I hope to achieve this by week 2.
S: To teach the students skills of ethical judgment
M: This will be assessed by constantly evaluating the clinical decisions students make during patient care to ensure that they are morally sound. NUR-665E Nursing Education Practicum Documentation (NEPD) Goals Form
A: I believe I can achieve this in the course of the practicum.
R: Nursing ethics are the principles guiding the decision-making processes involved during patient care (Subedi, 2018). They ensure that nurses make moral decisions for the benefit of the patients.
T: I hope to achieve this by the end of week 4.
S: To help students develop effective time management skills.
M: The success will be measured by assessing the time taken by students to effectively care for a patient and noting improvements on the same.
A: I can achieve this in the course of the practicum.
R: Time management allows one to effectively manage their specific roles through organizing and prioritizing the patient’s needs and care, personal obligations, and educational responsibilities (Lucas, 2019). Furthermore, it limits burnout and increases productivity among healthcare workers.
T: I hope to achieve this by the end of week 6.
S: To teach students the legal aspects of patient care such as gaining consent and respecting patient autonomy.
M: Success will be measured by assessing for active patient involvement and the implementation of their opinions as students conduct their practical’s.
A: I can attain this in the course of the practicum.
R: Patients have a right to decide on the course of their treatment without influence by the healthcare workers. Nurses have a duty to respect the patient wishes. It is the patients’ legal right to decide whether to accept or refuse treatment. Additionally, nurses are obligated to explain any procedures in detail, including the advantages and disadvantages (Subedi, 2018). It is also paramount to obtain informed consent from a patient before performing any medical procedures.
T: I hope to achieve this by the end of week 6 of the practicum.
Kim, G. U., Jung, E., Cho, M., Han, S. Y., Jang, M., Lee, M., & Shim, M. S. (2019). Revisiting the meaning of a good nurse. The Open Nursing Journal, 13(1).
Lucas, B. (2019). Developing the personal qualities required for effective nurse leadership. Nursing Standard, 34(12), 45-50.
Subedi, K. K. P., Timalsina, K., & Bhele, R. L. (2018). Nurse’s awareness on ethico-legal aspects of nursing profession. Journal of Nepal Health Research Council, 16(1), 49-52. NUR-665E Nursing Education Practicum Documentation (NEPD) Goals Form
Nursing Education Practicum Documentation (NEPD)
NUR-665E Nursing Education Practicum – Weeks 1 and 16
Directions: Complete the documentation form. The form will expand for as long as you type. You will be submitting this document in both Week 1 and Week 16. The top section is due Week 1 and the bottom section is due Week 16.
|Overall Practicum Goals (Week 1)|
|Overall Practicum Goals: Use the S.M.A.R.T. goal format to create goals you have for your overall practicum experience. Be sure your goals are specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time bound (S.M.A.R.T. goals). Type your five practicum goals in the space below. Consider what you want to accomplish during this practicum course. You may choose to focus in on a specific aspect of nursing education or a variety of nursing education experiences within your selected practicum setting and population. NUR-665E Nursing Education Practicum Documentation (NEPD) Goals Form Review these goals with your preceptor/mentor prior to submission or as soon as possible. |
|Evaluation of Overall Practicum Goals (Week 16)|
|Review the goals you wrote in Week 1 and write a reflection for each one of them. Include whether or not you met your goals and provide some detail about the process. |
Example S.M.A.R.T. Goals:
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S: I will develop a learning needs questionnaire and administer it to my students to assess their learning needs regarding my lesson plan topic NUR-665E Nursing Education Practicum Documentation (NEPD) Goals Form .
M: My success with this goal will be measured by my preceptor/mentor’s review/critique of my questionnaire, discussion of the results obtained, and self-reflection on the process and results
A: I can attain this goal during my practicum.
R: Learning needs are relevant to developing the lesson plan for students at my practicum site.
T: I will achieve this goal by X date.
NUR-665E Nursing Education Practicum Documentation (NEPD) Goals Form
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