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Motivasi

Profesion Jururawat Masakini
Tindakan dan Tanggungjawab

by
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Hamidah Hassan
SON KPJUC
13th June 2015

Inspiring the Inspirationals

Words of Hope From Nurses to
Nurses

Seminar Kejururawatan Sempena Sambutan hari Jururawat
2015
13hb June 2015
Hotel Heritage
Ipoh Perak

• Inspiring vs Inspiration
• Global health threats affecting
Scope
Nursing
• The reality of our Nursing
Education
• Challenges and strategies

. Why do we need to motivate our current nurses? OR Apa perlunya motivasi terhadap jururawat masakiniA ATAU Kenapa ?..

What is wrong with the current Nursing profession ? .

Nothing wrong .

2015) .“Nursing would be a dream job if there is no doctors” By Gerhard Kocher ( Nurse theory.

Nursing List.docx .

We stay on and on and on……… .

Is it because of our……. government and the profession ? • enormous degree of respect and pride of the profession ? • desire to accomplish a higher degree of education to attain self actualization ? . • caring and high degree of compassion toward other human being ? • desire to make difference not only to human kinds but to the communities.

ignite. and nurture it! .If you don’t know your passion towards Nursing You need to find.

Future of Nursing .

Inspiring the Inspirational Words of Hope From Nurses to Nurses .

• Many of nurses have decided to work beyond retirement age. • Nursing not only a rewarding job.Lets start fly ……….. . but it is also a position that will always be around. • Many people are looking into nursing as a good career field to pursue in healthcare. • Many decided not to continue which may be one of the contributing factors to the recent nursing shortage.

For whatever reasons we have many of us stay on to… .

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Warming / Warning ? . Global .

Earthquakes – Malaysia .

Earthquakes .Nepal .

Flood in .California .

Banjir in Malaysia - 2014

 The Impact of Globalization

 The shrinking borders

• We can be almost anywhere in the world
in 36 hours
• Healthcare tourism for the affordable
healthcare

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 What is global health..? .

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.Rarely a week goes by without a headline about the emergence or re-emergence of an infectious disease or other health threat somewhere in the world.

.1 million each year to 8. each year by 2030 (which will be nearly 10 percent of all deaths globally).3 million.and smoking-related deaths will increase from 5.The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates tobacco.

( WHO) . road traffic injuries are expected to become the 3rd largest contributor to the global burden of disease By 2020.Urbanization - The next 10 years. with 90 percent of all deaths from road traffic injuries occurring in low- income countries.

 The World is in the hands of IT .

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Since the world is changing Has Nursing Changed ? .

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2014) . Sherwood. (G.In reality.

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first nurse to conduct research on the educational status of nursing .• One of the early leaders for reforming nursing education.

• The minimum preparation for technical nursing practice should be an associate degree education in nursing.• “Education for all who practice nursing should take place in institutions of higher education. • The minimum preparation for beginning professional nursing practice should be a baccalaureate degree in nursing.” .

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Nurses ( Malaysian Nurses) entry into Nursing A Bachelor Degree . It takes 92 years ( 2015-1923 ) for Malaysians to declare….

12th May 2015 Ideal Convention Centre Shah Alam By Malaysian Minister of Health .

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health care needs and to improve the health of society? .• How are nurses being better prepared to meet today’s complexity of global health issues.

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RESOLUTIONS .

and nursing domain-specific pedagogies.• Increased emphasis on clinical reasoning. .

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 Higher degree for Nurses .

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2.Learning Tool in Pediatric Unit : Creating smooth transition for the new graduate nurses 3. Clinical Based Teaching (CBT). Mapping Concept : Strategy of Enhancing Critical Thinking and Problem Skills: Transforming classroom teaching into practice 4. NEW CLINICAL MODELS “ 1. Safety in Operating Theatres: Improving teamwork through team resources management . Building up confidence level of the 1st year Nursing Students in the clinical areas.

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. skills and attitude and ultimately improve the quality of patient care.It provides the broader opportunities for students to develop broader knowledge.

• This has led Nursing to work within its own silo as to ensure Nursing has common values. approaches to problem . nursing struggled to define its identity.solving and specific body of knowledge . values. . sphere of practice and role in patient care. Traditional Nursing Education • Since after Nightingale.

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Technology Rich Environment .

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.Evidence-based practice holds great promise for moving high level of care and its likelihood to produce the intended good patient outcomes.

entry level nurses into the workforce and reducing attrition rate . This will ease the transition of new .Nursing residency programmes ( post basic programs/ specialization) based upon best practices.

All higher learning programs in Malaysian are well guided (stringently ) by the Malaysian Qualification Agency (MQA) .

ETHICS . ATTITUDES.MQF Learning PSYCHOMOTOR/ 8 domains PRACTICAL/ outcomes TECHNICAL 4 core SKILLS 4 generic •LIFE LONG LEARNING & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SOCIAL SKILLS & •COMMUNICATION SKILLS KNOWLEDGE RESPONSIBILITY •CRITICAL THINKING & SCIENTIFIC APPROACH •MANAGERIAL & ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS PROFESSIONALISM. VALUES.

CULTURE ADMISSION COMMUNITY STUDENT ASSOCIATIONS . PEERS INDUSTRY ACADEMIC STAFF SMEs ADMINISTRATORS GRADUATION VIRTUAL COMMUNITY ENRICHED LEARNING CO CURRICULUM EXPERIENCE FACULTY & CURRICULUM RESIDENTIAL COLLEGES LEARNING OUTCOMES SPORTS.

NURSING TO FACE FUTURE CHALLENGES IN GLOBAL HEALTH .