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This assignment objectively looks at my developmental trajectory with growth in adult nursing from the novice level, advanced beginner and through to the competent practitioner level.
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This assignment objectively looks at my developmental trajectory with growth in adult nursing from the novice level, advanced beginner and through to the competent practitioner level. During the duration of my three years of nursing training I have come to realise the obligation on myself as a student and future staff nurse to build the theory and skills base expected of qualified nurse. I shall look at how my learning evolved in the domain Helping role/caring skills on the basis of the Novice to Expert Model (Benner, 1984) but only as far as my current level, competent practitioner. I shall briefly give the rationale for choosing this domain and also illustrate the reflective practice approach I have utilised during my training. Nursing consists of a unique relationship between patient and nurse whose nature is a vital component of health care and that quality of nursing care can have a great impact on patients, affecting their feelings well-being and health The reason for me to choose this aspect of care is the motivation to improve my nursing practice in this domain of nursing arising from a need to consider my practice in a thoughtful and critical way in meeting the
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