This paper addresses the issue of substandard care and its effects on healthcare practice. It explores some recent concerns about the problem in nursing, its potential effects on students, how it can be conceptualised and what action needs to be, by both nurses and educators to prevent it. Recent healthcare scandals have tarnished the public image of nursing, and are also likely to influence nursing students' images, expectations and experiences of nursing. While much attention has been paid to the examination of such lapses in care, and potential corrective actions, little attention has been paid to the potential or actual effect on nursing students in practice. While good resources and staffing levels are crucial to ensuring optimal nursing care, developing and encouraging nursing students' awareness of and openness about personal behaviours, reflecting critically on practice reflection and strengthening nurse educators' collaborative links with healthcare practice can all serve to positively influence care deficits.
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|Titolo:||Understanding and addressing missed care in clinical placements â Implications for nursing students and nurse educators|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||01.01 - Articolo su rivista|