Professionalism means doing your work well, and taking your job seriously because it's more than just a paycheck. It's a reflection of who you are as a member of a profession that offers comfort to those who are sick or in pain. This program will discuss ways nurses can exhibit professionalism while caring for patients. We will discuss how to improve communications with patients and colleagues, and how nurses can improve your professionalism through personal development.To complete this activity, you must do the following: Read the Overview and Course Objectives. Study the Terminology. Study the Content. Complete the Post Test with a passing score of 80% or more.
COURSE OVERVIEWThe material is organized around the following categories: Introduction Maintaining Professional Interactions Growth and Advancement Conclusion
The purpose of this program is to discuss the importance of maintaining professionalism in nursing, specifically patient interactions, communication and personal development.
After completing this course, the learner should be able to: Explain what it means to act with professionalism. Implement techniques to improve your interactions with colleagues and patients. Describe specific ways in which you can improve your professionalism through personal and career development.