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DISCUSSION POST # 1 Dianne

Nursing is definitely a unique profession due to its wide scope of practice and approach to patient care. Nurses have the ability to play many roles in order to ensure the provision of quality care. For instance, the different roles include patient advocate, caregiver, manager of care, teacher, and decision-maker. In addition, patient care is being provided 24 hours a day. As I’ve noticed in the previous discussion, many people who are not in the nursing profession view the role as only providing physical care towards patients who are ill. However, the role of nurses is much deeper than just caring for physical needs. Nurses play such an integral role in the healthcare system as this profession carries out many responsibilities to promote positive patient outcomes. Instead of only focusing on the physical needs of patients, nurses must treat each patient as a whole person, which includes their emotional, mental, and spiritual needs. Jean Watson’s theory of caring focuses on the importance of providing holistic care to improve the patient’s health and healing process (Denipote et al, 2017). Nurses have the ability to provide attentive, authentic, and personal interactions with patients in order to provide quality outcomes for their patients. 

DISCUSSION POST # 2 Cherrylee


Nursing is unique in its ways of promoting patient advocacy. The role of patient advocate has been mandated by a recommendation in some North American states and is supported by the American Nurses Association (2016) and by nursing theorists (Corley, 2002; Watson, 1999). As practicing nurse professionals in any society, we not only have a responsibility to know what we need to know to practice nursing but also a responsibility to act as advocates for those who cannot speak for themselves, our patients. As professional nurses, we carry a commitment and responsibility to all people in the community in which we practice. That’s what makes our profession unique. Second, nurses are different from other healthcare providers by our approach to patient care. Nursing stands apart from all other healthcare professions because of the healing relationships nurses can cultivate with their patients. Nursing is about the intensity in the relation to the person that they care for. The person-centeredness is there, but the uniqueness of nursing is the intenseness in person-centered care. We are constantly present. We are the only professionals that are present with the unique human being from birth to the very ending of life, like no other profession in our healthcare services. We are the navigator of health and wellbeing. Most of the real work of nursing is intangible. Our profession involves much more than just the ability to perform practical tasks. We help people to find the quality of life amid life as it happens; the skill and finesse by which we do this expose the beauty of our profession. And that is the art of nursing and the very heart of nursing!

The unique purpose of nursing as it’s linked to Henderson’s Nursing Theory implies that it is the unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual, sick or well, in the performance of those activities contributing to health or its recovery (or to peaceful death) that he would perform unaided if he had the necessary strength, will or knowledge. And to do this in such a way as to help him gain independence as rapidly as possible. The idea was that nurses devote themselves to patients and help them learn to care for themselves once again (Nursing Theory, n.d.).