The Role of the BSN Nurse in Promoting Community Health
The involvement of BSN nurses in educational activities is an essential aspect of enhancing their qualifications and stimulating professional development. As part of the proposed learning course, selected topics will be addressed, which relate to and theoretical knowledge to acquire. One of the significant aspects of this educational program is to help engaged nursing students understand the importance of evidence-based work and workplace collaboration. The aim of the course is to offer specific nursing concepts that are relevant to subsequent work in a real care environment. The three educational modules will be reviewed from the perspectives of educational objectives, learning outcomes, resources to apply, and opportunities to put the acquired skills into practice. These modules include such topics as nursing education and anxiety with an emphasis on stress and coping, nursing education and learning with a focus on effective communication, and nursing education and rationalization with an emphasis on decision-making. The proposed learning course meets modern standards of nursing education due to the fact that it includes relevant concepts and methods to apply in the practice of BSN nurses.
Nursing Education and Anxiety
Describing the methods to cope with stress in the workplace by applying relevant educational materials and discussing individual situations with the audience. The number of the approaches studied will be assessed during the first hour of a two-hour session.
Discovering the participants personal experience by comparing their professional knowledge with the theoretical concepts provided in the necessary literature and on appropriate websites. 30 minutes will be devoted to this activity, and each students background will be evaluated and measured according to a grading scale where five is extremely high knowledge and one is a lack of important knowledge.
Combining the existing knowledge about stress and coping to compare the preparedness of the students involved to work in a real care environment. Within 30 minutes, the results will be summed up, and the quality of the assimilation of educational materials will be assessed by using the final test with predefined evaluation criteria.
Student Learning Outcomes
During the first hour of the educational session, students will become familiar with the basic strategies and methods for coping with stress in the workplace, which are relevant to the practice of FSS nursing, and will be able to use these mechanisms in a real clinical environment. The total number of concepts learned will be a factor in the value of the learning materials reviewed.
After completing the entire educational session, students will be able to assess their personal nursing background from the perspective of . The final test scores will show how effectively all the materials are learned and whether all involved participants can expect to improve their working conditions by adopting effective approaches to dealing with stress and anxiety.
During a , BSN nurses will learn about the most common methods of dealing with stress and anxiety in the workplace. As theoretical and practical backgrounds for analysis, academic concepts from relevant literature and the personal experiences of students and their peers will be discussed, respectively. Each of the involved participants will have an opportunity to express individual concerns and views on the importance of in the workplace and share unique situations from ones professional practice, which were associated with the need to use stress coping approaches. The tutor will explain to the students that in the face of constant workload and high responsibility, BSN nurses often experience anxiety and related problems, such as burnout. As a resource base, findings from academic literature and related digital content will be applied.
Based on the discussion and analysis of available theoretical materials, students will complete individual tasks and take a test that will show how successfully they have mastered the concepts and methods of dealing with stress and anxiety. The key emphasis will be on comparing individual approaches to overcoming the issues of professional burnout and accumulated work fatigue. According to the results of the test, students will assess how well they are ready to implement the studied materials in the workplace in a real care environment.
As useful resources to support the course content, both academic and online materials will be applied. The article by Wise (2017) is a valuable source for assessing which of the methods of influencing the audience is more optimal: teaching through detailed explanations or facilitating through stimulation and control. Another potentially valuable resource is the online recommendation article by Androus (2020). Her tips are helpful because the author is a BSN practitioner herself, and the compiled list of stress and anxiety coping methods is easy to follow.