FL APRN Autonomous Practice
Examine the solo act of physical therapists in providing the best possible care for patients and clients. You will explore the bravery of physical therapists to take on the challenge of individualism where he/she accepts the responsibility of making a professional judgment or individual action based on the specific circumstances of a particular case.
Learn the fundamentals of Autonomous practices and how it empowers physical therapists to practice without any regulation for all patients to provide better and efficient services to society. Every single module of this course builds your confidence and enables you to make the right decision in the right setting.
About the course.
Your goal as a certified therapist is to provide quality service that ensures that your patient leaves in a better condition than they came in. Health professionals have achieved the privilege of autonomous practice in the light of its relationship with contemporary professional practice. Independent practice helps professionals to overcome the primary limitation of finite resources and provide the best possible care in those circumstances. It is most commonly associated with the nursing profession’s needs, where the nurses can take decisions and act accordingly based on their professional knowledge gained throughout their careers. Professional autonomy also has the advantage of granting an experienced sense of work to the staff.
Aim and objectives.
The course aims to improve your decision-making skill to ensure better health service. And the objectives include:
- To raise the awareness of autonomous practices as a professional right.
- To emphasize the need for a physical therapist to be included in professional bodies.
- To explain in full detail the concept of Autonomous practices in Nursing.
- Quality care – the nursing work.
- APTA and autonomous practices.
- The concept of autonomous practice in the nursing staff.
- The two basic types of autonomy.
- Clinical studies and research.
On completing this course, students are expected to:
- Be willing to provide better services based on professional judgment.
- Take individual actions based on circumstances.
- Understand the entire concept of autonomous practice and educate others.
- Distinguish between clinical and professional autonomy.
- See beyond the fear of individualism.
Who is this course for?
- Physical therapist.
Other medical practitioners.
- Lectures 7
- Quizzes 1
- Duration 15 Hours
- Skill level All level
- Language English
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
Quality care – the nursing work.
Caring is neither simply a set of attitudes or theories, nor does it comprise all that nurses do. Nursing care is determined by the way nurses use knowledge and skills to appreciate the uniqueness of the person they are caring for. Caring relationships set up the conditions of trust that enable the one receiving the care to accept the help offered, underpinning the nurse-patient relationship or the therapeutic relationship. Caring is always speciﬁc and relational such as that found in the nurse-patient relationship. We believe that caring theory has much to offer nursing practice worldwide. Caring must be considered in the caring context because the nature of the caring relationship is central to most nursing interventions. Nurses need to be able to actually practice caring rather than just theorize about it—using caring theories to inform their practice (1).
- Lecture 1.1 Quality care – the nursing work. Preview
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- Lecture 1.3 The Concept of Autonomous Practice in the Nursing Staff. Locked
- Lecture 1.4 The two basic types of autonomy. Locked
- Lecture 1.5 Clinical Studies and Research. Locked
- Lecture 1.6 Conclusion Locked
- Lecture 1.7 REFERENCES Locked
Quiz - Autonomous practices
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