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  1 Setting up Competency Program for Haemodialysis Nurse   Student's Name:   Student's ID:    2 Table of Contents   Introduction ..................................................................................................................................... 3 Importance of clinical Competence ................................................................................................ 4 Literature review ............................................................................................................................. 5 Importance in Nephrology .............................................................................................................. 7 Competency as a Level of Performance ......................................................................................... 8 Outcome competencies for nurses .................................................................................................. 9 Developing competencies ............................................................................................................. 10 Steps of competencies ................................................................................................................... 10 Responsibilities ............................................................................................................................. 12 Assessment .................................................................................................................................... 12 Resolving competency issues ....................................................................................................... 13 Competency usage ........................................................................................................................ 14 Competency statement .................................................................................................................. 14 Haemodialysis Training and skills ................................................................................................ 15 Work environment ........................................................................................................................ 15 Skills and Qualities ....................................................................................................................... 16 References ..................................................................................................................................... 17    3 Introduction In this modern era of technology where the world is prospering by leaps and bounds there need to be proper training programs for nurses in all the fields of medicine. As there are inventions in means of equipments, advancements in medical procedure, there always has a need to update the existing knowledge over the years. It can only be done by making sure that there are ample number of training programs through which nurses can be benefited. And later they can implement their learning in different situations. It is also important to provide them with the modern equipment to make sure that they are well conversant with it and can use it independently. This experiential learning can be in a variety of environments so as to make them capable to cope with different scenarios. These nursing residency programs can be a bridge between their bookish learning and experiential learning. As things heard about seen in pictures and read about can be experienced. Moreover, it‟s a transition from study material to practical stuff.    4 Importance of clinical Competence Clinical competency and management of multiple transitions not only affect the new graduate,  but also the care of patients and the healthcare organization. It takes at least one year for a person to master a job because the health care culture emphasizes on specialization according to the new technology and advancement in the field. After some professional work done the skills and knowledge needed to better care and maximum quality work can be attained. It has been worked out that after some months of nursing practice are critical to job satisfaction and success and retention graduate nurses. Many organizations have decreased orientation periods in response to economic pressures. Nurse residency programs were designed to establish a smooth transition from student life into professional life. These programs seek to establish clinical competence,  provide emotional support after passing through various phases of training and allow providing maximum facilities and job security for strong nurse beginners Within New Zealand, nursing was established as an identified profession with the 1901 Nurses Act, which regulated both the training and registration of nurses. Over the past one hundred and four years nursing has evolved to reflect not only the major advances in health care but changes within society itself. (Welding, 2011) state, The development of technology and its use within critical care practice was spurred on by the 1952 polio epidemic when successful prolonged use of intermittent positive pressure ventilation was documented for the first time. Within New Zealand, intensive care as a specialist area was established within both larger tertiary and secondary level hospitals by the late 1950‟s .  Nursing evolved from the art of comforting, caring for and nurturing the sick, to a synthesis of this art with the science and technology of the contemporary age. Legislation of nurses on hand experience, along with an increased need to access technology required for both diagnosis and treatment, meant modern healthcare became centralized within a hospital setting. By the 1950‟s it was identified that the sickest patients did better if they were positioned together within the hospital setting, in closer proximity to nursing staff.
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