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Futuristic Nursing

Futuristic Nursing

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Published by: Rajesh Kataria on Jul 04, 2012
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FUTURISTIC NURSINGRajesh Kataria, INC PhD scholar
Many new trends in nursing are likely to develop in the near future. Somecan predicted with certainly while others may be unexpected these trends of thefuture will result from very rapid changes take place in all areas of life. You willhave to make a constant effort to keep informed through all available sources. It isthe only way which will help you to know what is happening at present and whatmay come in the near future.
Modern Nursing:-
The art of using the latest technology and science to promote quality of lifeas defined by patients and families through out their life experiences from birth tothe end of life.
Aspects of future of Nursing
 Nursing Education
 Nursing Services
NURSING EDUCATIONFuture directions for nursing Education
In 1993, three major organizations issued statements and reports about nursingeducation for the twenty first century. Their reports addressed the new directions of nursing education needed to take in the future. Although the three organizations
advocated somewhat different approaches and strategies, several common themesemerged in their reports
common emphasis included the following eight points.These eight areas of emphasis remain as important today as they were firstidentified in 1993.
1.Schools should recruit diverse students and facilities that reflect themulticultural nature of society.2.Curricula and learning activities should develop student’s critical thinkingskills.3.Curricula should emphasize student’s abilities to communicate frominterpersonal families and inter disciplinary colleagues.4.The number of advanced practice nurses should be increased and curriculashould emphasize health promotion and health maintenance skills for allnurses.5.Emphasis should be placed on community–based care increased accountabilitystate of the art clinical skills and increased information management skills.6.Cost effectiveness of care should be focus in nursing curricula.7.Faculty should develop programme that facilitate programme articulation andcareer mobility.8.Continuing faulty development activities should support excellence in practiceteaching and research.
Future direction for medical education
The University of Queensland hosted the first Australian National MedicalEducation Colloquium in August 2005. The priority directions for medicaleducation identified by plenary speaker were:1Student centered learning
Adaptive curriculum
Teaching Innovations
System approach
Finless to practice
Medical Education
Student centered learning
Harden highlighted the importance of student centered learning as being pivotal to thinking about learning and teaching the suggested that medicalinstitutions includes a bank of learning objects (e.g. x-ray images, videos) curriculamaps, virtual patients and guided learning that is responsive to the learning needsof individual students.
Adaptive Curriculum
An adaptive curriculum modifies and personalizes learning by designingteaching and learning experiences in response to the specific needs of theindividual students. Harden explained that concepts of “just for me learning” and“just in time learning” are accommodated by technology when the learner is readythe teacher will appear via technology.
Teaching Innovations
Innovations in medical education extend to curriculum technologyassessment and professionalism. The curriculum model of the future should bestudent – centered problem or task based, inter professional, community based andelective driven with core and student selected components.
System Approach
Aretz stressed the need for medical education programs to prepare gradates

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