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BY Tiyas Kusumaningrum

ENGLISH FOR NURSES


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Discussion results

Why Nurse should learn English?


Globalization, AFTA
Study abroad
Working overseas
Communicate with nurse from abroad
New knowledge
Medicine text in English
Communicate with foreign patients
Medical/nursing literature
Professional
Collaborates
Go international

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How should nurse and patient communicates?


Understanding patients
Therapeutic communication
Know the culture
Safety and comfort
Secure communication
Verbal and non verbal communication
Patients gives feedback
Patients trust

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What are the needs of a patient?


Skillful nurse
Care
Love, caring, motivation
Psychological need, information, solutions
Best service
Listen
Basic human needs, privacy
Comfortable

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Introduction

Why English
for Nurses?

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Opportunities

Number of Indonesian nurses work


overseas increasing
Nurses joining conference overseas
Scholarships for nurses and nursing
students
Number of Foreigner came to
Indonesia to work, have a holiday,
visiting family, etc
ASEAN Free Trade Area 2015
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for health care
Expertise Point of View

The ability to communicate easily in


English is absolutely essential if the
value of international recruits is to be
recognized by their host colleagues
and those for whom they care.
( Tony Grice, 2003)

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Hierarchy of Knowledge
Development

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English Language

Reading
Writing
Listening
Speaking
Nurse and Clients

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Understanding the Patients Need

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Understanding the Patients Need
the ability to communicate the
health needs of clients can
influence funding of preventive and
comprehensive health care
services (Gordon, 1994)
Mother like services

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Understanding the Patients Need
Self-

Conditioning factors
care

Conditioning factors
R R

Self- Self-
care R care
agency < deman
d

Self-
care
deficit
Conditioning factors

R R

Nursing
agency

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The Need for Good Records

Records = Documents NEED


Documentation

Documentation is any written or


electronically generated information
about a client that describes the care
or service provided to that client.

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The Needs for Good Records

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The Need for Good Records

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The Need for Good Record

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Nursing Documentation
Nursing documentation clearly describes:
an assessment of the clients health status,
nursing interventions carried out, and the
impact on client
a care plan or health plan reflecting the
needs and goals of the client;
Changes to the care plan;
Information reported to a physician or other
health care provider and, when appropriate,
that providers response;
Advocacy undertaken by the nurse on behalf
of the client.

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Bibliography
Gordon, M. (1994). Nursing
diagnosis: Process and application
(3rd ed.). St. Louis: Mosby-Year
Book.
Grice, T(2003). Everyday English for
Nursing. Toronto: Elsevier
CRNBC (2009) Nursing
Documentation. Columbia: CRNBC
Publication

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