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1. CREATIVITY IS THINKING UP NEW THINGS INNOVATION IS DOING NEW THINGS - THEODORE LEVITT Jayashree ajith Professor P.G.C.O.N Gwalior 2. I hear and I forget. I see and I…
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  • 1. CREATIVITY IS THINKING UP NEW THINGS INNOVATION IS DOING NEW THINGS - THEODORE LEVITT Jayashree ajith Professor P.G.C.O.N Gwalior
  • 2. I hear and I forget. I see and I believe. I do and I understand. - Confucius The empires of the future are the empires of the mind.- Winston Churchill
  • 3.      The only constant feature in this world is change. While all the change may not lead to progress, there can be no progress without change. This is true for the individual, institution, organization or the country. Civilization owes its existence to change. The success or even survival of an institution or organization depends on making necessary changes.
  • 4. IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION  All religions attaches education. great importance to knowledge and  When the Qur'an began to be revealed, the first word of its first verse is 'Iqra' that is, read.  A scholar (alim) is accorded great respect in the hadith. IMPORTANCE OF EDUCATION  “Education is the manifestation of perfection already in man” – (Swami Vivekananda)  They are not students of our generation, where they sit down and listen. I think things have changed now; they want to explore, cut and paste.
  • 5. Innovation is the act of  Constructive thinking  Grouping knowledge  Skills  Attitude into new  Original & rational ideas. Critical thinking Imagination Action Achieve objectives Plan
  • 6.   Innovation is defined as the generation of new ideas or application of existing ideas to a new situation resulting in improvement in organization Innovation is the action of introducing a new method, idea or product
  • 7.   RELATIVE ADVANTAGE. It is the degree to which the new idea is considered superior to the old one COMPATIBILITY. It refers to the degree of congruence between the innovation and existing values,habits,past experience and need of the participant
  • 8.   TRIALABILITY. it is the degree to which the new idea can be pretested or tried on a limited basis OBSERVABILITY. It refers to how visible the innovation is to participants and onlookers
  • 9. 1. INOVATION TO CENTRAL TO MAINTAINING AND IMPROVING QUALITY OF CARE 2. GROWING DEMANDS IN HEALTH SERVICES 3. GLOBAL WORKFORCE SHORTAGE 4. CLINICAL RESEARCH AND THEORETICAL RESEARCH
  • 10.      Innovation is to analyze the opportunities or sources Innovation is both conceptual and perceptual It should be simple and focused Effective innovation start small and they aim to do one specific thing Successful innovation aim at being the best from the very beginning
  • 11. CHANGE MODEL
  • 12. READINESS TO CHANGE Some individuals and organizations are more ready to affect changes than others. This depends often on the degree of felt security.  In turn, it depends on the knowledge  skill  attitude  self confidence  tolerance to stress  motivation of the individuals  It also depends on the security to change. If there is optimal feeling of security , then the acceptance of change will be possible  Change is crucial. Change is a must for progress .
  • 13. INNOVATION IN NURSING EDUCATION
  • 14.   First personal digital assistant in 1996 According to ANA (2001) all nurses need to use nursing informatics
  • 15.   Text Images    Audio Video Animation
  • 16. TRADITIONAL METHOD – A ONE WAY FLOW MULTIMEDIA LEARNING – AN INTERACTIVE LEARNING PROCESS
  • 17.   Connects students and educators distance Connects diverse student groups across
  • 18.    Adaptation of different distance learning technologies Self directed, active learning Refocusing from educator to the subject
  • 19.   Structured learning experience that combines community service with preparation and reflection Achieves a balance between service and learning objective
  • 20.   Help student practice decision making and problem solving skill and to develop human interaction Simulation is the third leg in the stool of education and science
  • 21.    Online model of education-learner interacts with tutor Learner oriented learning Promotes discovery learning directly
  • 22.     Miniature classroom teaching Small duration Paying full attention to a particular unit and skill Content reduced to one unit with a single concept
  • 23.  Integrates nursing science, computer science and information science in identifying, collecting, processing and managing data and information to support nursing practice, administration, education, research
  • 24. •Renal nursing •Fellowship practice in family nurse •Fellowship in Hematology Nursing •Fellowship in Respiratory Nursing •OT technique and management •Psychiatric nursing
  • 25. URSING CERTIFICATION Certification example NURSING CERTICATION NURSING CERTIFICATION •Advanced cardiac life support •Basic life support •Certified emergency nurse •Critical care registered nurse •Neonatal resuscitation program •Pediatric advanced life support •Cardio thoracic nursing •Emergency and trauma care nursing •Oncology nursing
  • 26.   Access to health care information for nurses working in remote area To reduce the gap between the desperate need for nursing information and its availability
  • 27.     New methods like OSCE &OSPE Objective because examiner use a checklist for evaluating the trainee Structured, because every trainee sees the same problem and performs the same task in same time frame Clinical, because the task are representative of those faced in real clinical situation
  • 28.     Maintenance of health records Health security card Use of ROBOTS Reduce error and give cer titude to the clinical planning process
  • 29.    Nurse have immediate telephone contact with employees and with patient Direct and accurate communication between Nurse and Physician E.g.. In south Africa nurses uses their mobile phone to suppor t people living with HIV/AIDS
  • 30.   It is combination of professional exper tise with available evidence to produce practice that lead a positive outcome for client Steps: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Identify a knowledge need and formulate an answerable clinical question Locate the best available evidence Critically evaluate the evidence Integrate the evidence with patient’s unique biology, preferences and values evaluate
  • 31.  Tele nursing is nursing practice that occurs through the utilization of telecommunication and includes the use of nursing knowledge, skills and abilities; the application of critical thinking and nursing judgement;and provision of nursing direction or care in specific client situation
  • 32.  Practise in posing positive and concise question and response providers.  Develop listening and communitation skills  Develop self confidence  Prepare for shared governence.
  • 33. WEB QUEST Web Based Course ware  It is an enquiry oriented activity  Web quest focuses on using information rather to search  Support learners thinking at the level of analysis, synthesis and evaluation.
  • 34. Internet Learning Resources Googling Email Interaction and Contact Global
  • 35. SIMULATION  It provides realistic replications for teaching and problem solving.  Clinical reasoning skills in non threatening environment
  • 36. PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTION It is new innovation which is the result of the experimental study of learning process in the psychological laboratory. It is a self teaching technique for acquiring factual learning
  • 37. Self Instruction Module It possess up date knowledge and skills for the effective delivery of health care
  • 38. Gaming enhances retention of knowledge Promotes problem-based learning Motivates nursingstudents Promotes active learning Encourages critical thinking  Makes learning more exciting
  • 39.      Afraid of failures; of opposition; of the unknown. Lacking adequate and correct information. Reluctant to experiment. Bound by custom & tradition. Unaware of our strengths for achievement.
  • 40.  We think of the ef fective teacher s we have had over the year s with a sense of r ecognition, but those w ho have touched our humanity we remember with a deep sense of g ratitude
  • 41. Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. To teach is to learn twice Teachers should guide without dictating, and par ticipate without dominating The critical factor is not class size but rather the nature of the teaching as it af fects learning. LEARNING NEVER ENDS
  • 42. The incorporation of new technology, alone or in combination with other methods, reflects the direction of nursing education. Different types of technology are being used in today’s class rooms, laboratories, and / or clinical sites to promote more realism in the practice environment, enhance learning outcomes, and promote safe patient care environments in clinical practices. To keep up with our changing society and the technological advances in nursing practice, nurse and educators will have to be creative in develop new, innovative models of teaching.
  • 43. Nurse educators will also need be mindful of educational research, as these new methods are incorporated into the teaching-learning process. Nursing pratice has changed dramatically during the past decade, so has the approach to nursing education. Educators need to make certain they are informed about the possibilities of new technology, its usefulness in enhancing student education, and the progress of educational research efforts conducted to guide new models of nursing education.
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