Whether or not you are certified is a question, but why does a nurse choose to train in a specialty? They make a decision that leads to the highest quality of care for their patients and the health of the general public.
To be certified in their field, such as as as a registered nurse, they must be able to certify themselves so that others can be certified for their personal performance. The certification recognizes the quality of care and professionalism of the nurse in the care of her patients and the health of her patients.
Certification of a specialist may also serve as a means for a nurse to achieve higher professional and financial performance. The benefits of certification can include the perceived empowerment of the nurse as well as the recognition and recognition of her professional skills.
However, I maintain that the reasons why individuals choose to pursue or reject personal and professional goals are influenced by their values. When we decide to win something, whether it’s a new job, an education or a certificate, we are driven by the things we value. I admit to being biased, as my name proves, but if I decided to keep something I have achieved in my life, it is because I value this thing.
If you are professionally oriented towards certification, you may decide to pursue it, but you could appreciate many different things in your life. If you have children, your values can evolve and focus on them, and in the circumstances of life you may prioritize those values differently.
The values associated with valve certifications can be intrinsic, such as personal satisfaction and performance, or they can be extrinsic, and they cannot be. What drives values to motivate a person to achieve a goal, the factors in this analysis extract three factors that account for 61% of the deviation.
This means that only certified nurses can be excellent nurses, but it can only mean that not all nurses appreciate the evidence or believe that evidence is needed in their practice. There is not a single nurse who can make all the decisions and there are many different types of nurses and different certification levels. Some organisations are pushing for an increase in the number of certified care units, but there is a lack of evidence of the effectiveness of the certification process and its impact on performance.
This trend is driven by a combination of a lack of awareness of the importance of certification and the need to better understand its benefits.
In the last decade, the number of research studies on the relationship between certification and nursing practice has increased. The results of these studies could shift the value currently attached to nursing certification and other aspects of nursing education and practice.
To better investigate this trend, we highlight several studies, but there is room for a detailed review of all research. It is easy enough for anyone to find online and it is available in a variety of formats and formats.
The study found that giving up a job does not distinguish between certified and uncertified nurses. The researchers concluded: “Certification is recognised as a means of strengthening the knowledge and expertise of the nurse, which in turn strengthens the case. It is important that carers feel empowered, not only for their own health, but also for the health of the patient.
In addition to the benefits of professional development, there may be other benefits of certification, such as better access to vocational education and training. These services could easily be transferred to any facility where nurses practice.
There is increasing evidence that obtaining specialisation certificates promotes the quality of patient care, confirms the knowledge and competence of nurses, creates confidence and credibility in professional skills and demonstrates commitment to the profession. These trends reflect the value to nurses and health organizations, according to a recent study by the American Nurses Association (ANA) and the National Association of Health Professionals.
These values can remain stable throughout our lives, but they can also change when the situation changes. Here too, it is up to us as professionals to recognise these values and act on these ideas. At the moment, I would just like to ask you one question: do you want certification?