[ORDER SOLUTION] The Essence Of Nursing
Jean Watson states that caring is the essence of nursing. Compassion, wisdom, loving kindness, caring, and knowledge, all concepts of Watsons Caring Theory, are what nurses are all about. Watsons Caring Theory incorporates arts and humanities as well as science.Delivering the kind of care Watson describes hinges on nurses practicing to the fullest extent of their education and training and on their taking the lead to improve health care safety and quality and patient outcomes (2010). Think about how you incorporate science into your everyday practice. Right now, for example, you may use your understanding of pharmacotherapy when safely administering medications. In the future, do you see yourself applying your research expertise by collecting or using clinical data to improve patient outcomes at your place of work or in the larger community?Post a 3-paragraph response (of at least 275 words) to one of the following options. Be sure to use evidence from the readings and include in-text citations. Utilize essay-level writing practice and skills, including the use of transitional material and organizational frames.Use the website, , found in the Learning Resources to do the following:Provide a brief definition of quality indicators.Choose a particular indicator that either is being addressed or you would like to see addressed at your place of employment (or previous place of employment), and explain your reasons. Describe both the issue and your involvement in it. Alternatively, discuss your leaderships role and your role in utilizing the indicator to improve health care.