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Trace a history of the present to identify key issues and perspectives that have shaped contemporary nursing practice and professional identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand. 2. Critique

Trace a history of the present to identify key issues and perspectives that have shaped contemporary nursing practice and professional identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
2. Critique concepts of equity, equality, power and social determinants of health in the context of Aotearoa/New Zealand.
3. Reflect on social constructions of health, wellbeing and identity as they impact nursing practice in Aotearoa/New Zealand.
4. Examine the legal, regulatory and ethical frameworks that inform professional nursing practice1:1 Accepts responsibility for ensuring that his/her nursing practice and conduct meet the standards as set out in this document1:2 Is aware of the principles of the Treaty of Waitangi/Te Tiriti o Waitangi to nursing practice.
Understand personal accountability for nursing care provided and seeks advice/arranges for supervision when carrying out skills for the first time
1:3 At a beginning level, promotes an environment that enables client safety, independence, quality of life, and health
1:4 Is aware of the culture of nursing and, at a beginning level, practises nursing in a manner that the client determines as being culturally safe
2:1 At a beginning level, provides under supervision and with guidance planned nursing care to achieve identified outcomes
2:2 With guidance, ensures client has adequate explanation of the intended nursing care while upholding client’s rights and seeking informed consent.
2:3 Under supervision and with guidance, undertakes an accurate nursing assessment of clients.
2:4 With guidance ensures that documentation is accurate and according to format. Maintains confidentiality of information
2:5 With guidance, evaluates client`s progress toward expected outcomes in partnership with clients and experienced staff/CTA
2:6 Actively seeks feedback on own performance from agency staff/CTA and responds appropriately to feedback.
2:7 Begins to take responsibility for own professional development and for sharing knowledge with peers/CTA
3:1 At a beginning level, establishes, maintains, and concludes interpersonal relationships with client
3:2 With guidance, practises nursing in a negotiated partnership with the client where and when possible
3:3 At a beginning level, communicates effectively with clients and members of the health care team, and is aware of and acts within professional boundaries

Trace a history of the present to identify key issues and perspectives that have shaped contemporary nursing practice and professional identity in Aotearoa/New Zealand. 2. Critique
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