COLLABORATION MODELs

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COLLAORATION MODELs- EDUCATION & SERVICE : 

COLLAORATION MODELs- EDUCATION & SERVICE

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Introduction Historical Overview- Nightingale Model of Collaboration. Dichotomy between Theory & Practice Current Reality

Importance of Collaboration of Theory & Practice: : 

Importance of Collaboration of Theory & Practice: Promotion of quality nursing care Enhancement of learning climate Promotion of spirit in enquiry & research in nursing Well prepared & efficient nursing students Develop interdependence of schools of nursing & organization

COLLABORATION MODELS: : 

COLLABORATION MODELS: Clinical Demonstration Unit

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Collaboration of In-Service/ Continuing Education Programme

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Researcher- Practitioner Collaboration

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Shared Teaching & Service Responsibilities

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Continuum Model & Partnership Model Proposed at the Yangon Intercountry Consultation Meeting. Level I- Level V

Continuum Model: : 

Continuum Model: Level – I Issues to be assessed (Level I- V) Critical reflection Mechanism of promotion Mechanism of accountability Time Management Establish Supportive Climate Better Understanding of Nursing Workload

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Essential Minimal Requirements: Level I Existing staff Space for teaching & demonstration Objective criteria Minimal written protocol Level V Staff Competency & Experience Skills in teaching, research, critical thinking & management Patient Resources

Nursing Service & Nursing Education Collaboration Model: : 

Nursing Service & Nursing Education Collaboration Model: 1992, Intercountry Consultation on Orientation of Nursing Services. Aim Faculty of Nursing Prince of Sangkla University & Division of Nursing. Sangkla Nakarind University Hospital headed by Dr. Aphorn Choraprapaisilip RN, Ph.D & Chaveen Yeesakkon, RN,B.Sc Yangon Myanmar, October- 1996.

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Three Phases; Orientation Phase Implementation Phase: { ABCD} Conclusion Phase Teaching & Caring Factors: Individual teaching & coaching Clear Understanding Love & Compassion Faith & trust Collaborative Atmosphere Mentorship Critical thinking & Problem Solving Competence Commitment & Mutual Understanding

Role of Nurse Administrator: : 

Role of Nurse Administrator: Development of Formal System Joint Activities Invite for academic/social events Interchange of careers Recognition of nursing services & education personnel Conduct IPR workshops Organize ward conferences, rounds Staff conferences

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Nursing staff dialogue Sensitize students Tutor experiences Nursing educators practice skill Involvement of senior nursing staffs Opportunity for academic training Conduction of training workshops

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Conclusion

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