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Professional identity

Is part of the larger motion of identity. Within the concept of identity, one would find personal identity, with professional identity as a subset of personal identity

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Concept of Identity

Professional Identity
Personal Identity
Identity

Developed in many ways, through real and simulated experiences and reflection and role-modeling by professional colleagues

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PI formation

Institutional roles
Behavioral competencies
Emerging identities

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Interventions for building a PI

Hearing expectations clearly
Value debating and feedback from role models
Engage in reflection
Actively adopt a professional identity
Understand your own responsibilities for learning
Build relationships with those around you
Develop personal habits
Embrace an opportunity or experiences with patients

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Integrity

Follow through with pain medication
Calling the physician when the patient asks you to
Check code chart
30 min med window

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Compassion

Taking time to talk with families
Responding to call-light
Comforting a colleague
Using eye contact

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Courage

Speaking up
Conveying the details of a conversation
Taking practice issues to the practice council
Speaking out about bullying

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Humility

Realistically viewing family members with coping
Nonjudgmental
Identifying your error
Seeing the larger picture

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Advocacy

Sharing details to families
Listening carefully
Communicating with family on medical events

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Human flourishing

Encouraging patients
Seeking additional resources
Encouraging employees

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Clinical judgment

Is an interpretation or conclusion about a patients needs, concerns, or health problems, and/or the decision to take action, use or modify standard approaches, or improvise new ones as deemed appropriate by the patients response

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Attributes of clinical judgement

Involves a holistic view of the patient
Has a circular process
Requires reasoning and the interpretation of data

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Unique situation

Nurse must recognize the unique situations. Both clinical and personal

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Clinical judgement process

Noticing
Interpreting
Responding
Reflecting

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Noticing

A nurse notices things about a patient in the context of the nurses background and experience, contact of environment, and knowing the patient
****patterns

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Interpreting

Process of assembling info to make sense of it
Tend to vary depending on experience

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Responding

Implementation of actions and interventions based on patient needs

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Reflecting

Process of thinking and learning from experiences
In action and on action

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Application

Clinical judgement is not always required in all patient interactions

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Environmental context

Setting of care influences what a nurse notices

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Interrelated concepts of CJ

Patient education
Evidence
Health care quality
Safety
Leadership
Care coordination
Professional identity

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5 attributes of PI

Doing, being, acting ethically, flourishing, changing identities

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2 components of PI formation

Forming professional identity
Fostering professional identity

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Exemplars of professional identity

Integrity
Compassion
Courage
Humility
Advocacy
Human flourishing

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Scope of clinical judgement

Standards-based perspective
Interpretivist perspective

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Decision

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