Week two Medical search/cardiac unit journal

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Weektwo Medical search/cardiac unit journal

Weektwo Medical search/cardiac unit journal

Experience:Taking care of two patients who could only speak Polish.

Dayone: This day was one of the most valuable days to me in my career asa nurse. I encountered two patients who could only speak Polish. Asthe patient advocate, I was acutely aware that I was the window ofopportunity for my two patients and thus I had to communicate totheir family and department.

Ifelt happy because I have always wished to encounter such a situationthat seemed helpless so as offer a solution and leadership because Ivalue team working and am an ardent patient advocate. I am alsocreative, innovative and I believe that every challenging situationmust be confronted through working with available resources. However,I will require learning to communicate in at least three languages toenable me to serve my patient efficiently and promptly in future. Ifeel enthusiastic and passionate while transiting because I amgrowing professionally and will be able to attain my aspirations ofbecoming the nurse leader. I am transiting because I believe inserving my patient without considering their ethnicity, race or anyother form of segregation. Consequently, I strive to grow in myprofessional because I will serve better when I acquire moreknowledge and experience in the field of nursing.

Beforecommunicating with the family, I contacted the department to so thatleaders can invite an interpreter. In the meantime, I spoke to themusing sign language and noticed that one patient could understandsign language. I also brought in some charts with illustrations ofhuman body parts to serve as visual communication aids. I resolved tothese innovative means because I believe that patient should beattended as soon as they show up in the medical facility. Patientswere able to pinpoint areas where they were having pains because theyhad already been admitted to another institution. One had braininjury after having an accident one year ago, and I referred himappropriately. The other complained of pains in the heart and thuswas given some bed rest waiting for the interpreter. A professionalinterpreter later arrived and was able to link between the patientand the physicians in both departments. I was also able tocommunicate to their families through the same professionalinterpreter and advised then according to the needs of patients. Ilearned that any situation is only difficult if something is not doneto find a solution to it.

Week two Medical search/cardiac unit journal

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Weektwo Medical search/cardiac unit journal

Weektwo Medical search/cardiac unit journal

Experience:Taking care of two patients who could only speak Polish.

Dayone: This day was one of the most valuable days to me in my career asa nurse. I encountered two patients who could only speak Polish. Asthe patient advocate, I was acutely aware that I was the window ofopportunity for my two patients and thus I had to communicate totheir family and department.

Ifelt happy because I have always wished to encounter such a situationthat seemed helpless so as offer a solution and leadership because Ivalue team working and am an ardent patient advocate. I am alsocreative, innovative and I believe that every challenging situationmust be confronted through working with available resources. However,I will require learning to communicate in at least three languages toenable me to serve my patient efficiently and promptly in future. Ifeel enthusiastic and passionate while transiting because I amgrowing professionally and will be able to attain my aspirations ofbecoming the nurse leader. I am transiting because I believe inserving my patient without considering their ethnicity, race or anyother form of segregation. Consequently, I strive to grow in myprofessional because I will serve better when I acquire moreknowledge and experience in the field of nursing.

Beforecommunicating with the family, I contacted the department to so thatleaders can invite an interpreter. In the meantime, I spoke to themusing sign language and noticed that one patient could understandsign language. I also brought in some charts with illustrations ofhuman body parts to serve as visual communication aids. I resolved tothese innovative means because I believe that patient should beattended as soon as they show up in the medical facility. Patientswere able to pinpoint areas where they were having pains because theyhad already been admitted to another institution. One had braininjury after having an accident one year ago, and I referred himappropriately. The other complained of pains in the heart and thuswas given some bed rest waiting for the interpreter. A professionalinterpreter later arrived and was able to link between the patientand the physicians in both departments. I was also able tocommunicate to their families through the same professionalinterpreter and advised then according to the needs of patients. Ilearned that any situation is only difficult if something is not doneto find a solution to it.