Assessing, planning, implementing and evaluation comprises of delegation (Mc Cabe and Timmins 2006).
It may be direct or indirect; direct delegation is usually given verbally regarding an activity or task in a specific nursing care situation (Tappen et al. Verbal delegation was used to ensure that everyone understood their duty.
Finally it will underline the feedback from my mentor and the staff, actions taken to improve on my learning and a conclusion will be rawn.
Reflection is a process of learning that require the ability to reflect or think about what you have done, how you did it and how you could do it better London Pharmacy Education & Training, (2005).
Simkins (2005) confirmed that effective ommunication facilitates good team management, continuity of care; avoid omissions and duplication of duties thereby saving time.
Delegation and communication are important because both need to function together for a successful task to be carried out.The task was very challenging putting myself in the front line of the shift has helped me to identify my strength and weakness.The feedback that I received from my mentor and the staff will help me in my nursing career.However using Gibbs, (1998) reflective cycle, which includes the description of an event, the feelings from the event, the evaluation of the event, analysing the situation of the event, the conclusion of the event and finally action plan made to improve on the event.The Nursing and Midwifery code of conduct, (2008) guidelines, stresses the fact about onfidentiality, so therefore all information about my placement settings will be respected and treated with privacy.After my induction, I was given client’s folders and care plans to read, with this I was able to identify their needs and was able to support the clients.After the induction, myself and my mentor discussed about my learning outcomes and I took six learning outcomes that were relevant to my placement setting.The clinical experience is often times the cornerstone of the nursing student’s career. I was there at sharp—a feat for me even then, as I’m chronically on “Becky Time,” which is a beautiful experience of always being five to ten minutes late everywhere I go.I had a year of coursework before I began my clinical experiences. I didn’t know anyone, as I had recently transferred into the program from a different city, and to say that I was nervous would be an understatement.At the placement I was able to dispense and administer medication, participated in care plan review, attend MDT meetings; I was also given the opportunity to take the ead in referring service users to access community services.I also had an opportunity to attend different trainings.