485: Test 1, Ch 24, Role Transitions

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Question Answer
A disturbance in the equilibrium or permanence of something Shock
The disturbance in the equilibrium of reality Reality Shock
________ is the experience of new graduate nurses when they realize that the work situation for which they have prepared for DOES NOT exactly operate within the values and ideals that they had anticipated. Reality Shock
The phenomenon of reality shock emerges as the experience of _______ from being a nursing student to a registered nurse. Transition
The 3 phases of reality shock: 1. Honeymoon 2. Shock/rejection 3. Recovery
Which phase of reality shock is this: Focus of this stage is learning the unit routine, being introduced to new people, and developing new skills to provide excellent nursing care to those entrusted to them. Honeymoon
Which phase of reality shock is this: New grads begin to encounter discrepancies and inconsistences in the work environment Shock/Rejection
Which phase of reality shock is this: New grad begins to see the balance between what works well and what needs improvement. Recovery Phase
______exists when students have trouble integrating the ideal, the perceived, and the actual performed role into the professional role. Role Conflict
What 4 things make up the Transition Shock Model 1. Responsibilities 2. Knowledge 3. Roles 4. Relationships
Patricia Benner's 5 transition stages 1. Novice 2. Advanced Beginner 3. Competent 4. Proficient 5. Expert
Which Benner transition stage is this: Starts trying tasks independently Difficulty troubleshooting Begins to place advice in context Uses guidelines, but without holistic understanding Advanced Beginner
Which Benner transition stage is this: Works primarily on intuition based on deep understanding Analytic approaches used in novel/problematic situations Has a vision of what “could be” and looks beyond what “might be” Expert
Which Benner transition stage is this: Guided by “absolutes” but applies these to current situation Sees situations holistically – sees the big picture Self corrects and learns from others’ experiences Proficient
Which Benner transition stage is this: Little or no previous experience Little situational perception Rigid adherence to rules Little discretionary judgment Novice
Which Benner transition stage is this: Conscious planning Develops routines Troubleshoots & seeks expert advice Sees long term plans and goals Competent
5 steps to easing the transition for a new nurse 1.The Transition to Practice Model 2.Bioculturalism 3.Role models, mentors, and preceptors 4.Self-monitoring 5.Residency Programs
EBP model developed by the NCSBN Transition to practice model
5 steps to the Transition to practice model 1. Patient-centered care 2. Teamwork and collaboration 3. EBP 4. Quality improvement 5. Safety and informatics
Purpose of the______l is to assist novice nurses transition from the classroom to the practice setting. Transition to practice model
_______: An educational relationship in which an experienced & skilled professional provides knowledge, skills, support & encouragement to a nursing student in order to enhance his/her understanding of & level of comfort with the nursing profession. Preceptorship
______Provides valuable support networks to learn effective coping strategies with job stresses that arise early on in the early stages of career development. Mentorship
The merging of school values with those of the workplace Biculturalism