Today, nursing reflects the research and reflection work of many specialists in the field, over the years. Thus, it is essential that nurses throughout their career seek knowledge and improve practices.The development of competences promotes the quality of the care provided, projecting the nurse's interventional capacity in the most varied valences of care, to the Person in Critical Situation.The preparation of this report reflects the course of skills acquired during clinical teaching, as well as the course unit - “The Person in Critical Situation in family-surveillance and clinical decision”, credited. In this sense, in the course of the work, I intend to synthesize and critically reflect on the objectives set, the activities developed, and the skills acquired, in clinical practice and supported by scientific evidence.The realization of this specialization and master's degree allowed the development of knowledge and skills inherent to the Person in Critical Situation. Thus, stimulating the thought of reflection on practices and reasoned criticism.Clinical teaching took place in two moments, in the first semester of this school year. The first stage took place at the Nephrology service, where I developed knowledge inherent in caring for the renal insufficient patient, subject to dialysis techniques, such as in the post-operative care of renal transplantation. In the Urgency stage, I intended, given the diversity of experiences, to execute practices in situations of exception, emergency and urgency.Throughout the work a critical-reflective methodology is used, supported by bibliographic research.
|Date of Award
|26 May 2021
- Universidade Católica Portuguesa
|Vasco Silva-Neves (Supervisor)
- Clinical teaching
- Critical person