There are educational aspects that hinder the number of registered nurses to meet the expanding demands in the workforce. The dynamics in healthcare have necessitated a shift in the way nursing education creates and implements the clinical learning opportunities. The workforce demands in the industry are expanding and this has challenged the education model today to make adjustments. The key aim of this extract is to discuss the few recommendations that will bring change in the educational sector for nurses.
Nurses should be introduced to full practice throughout their training and education. These professionals have the capability to bring innovative strategies that will improve the system in healthcare. However, they have been hindered to deliver this potential by being denied to practice what they learn (IOM 2011). These hindrances include the destruction of the healthcare system, a high turnover among the nurses and demographic changes. These barriers have limited their capacity to deliver. Hence, to eliminate this problem, it is vital to ensure that nurses practice throughout their learning period.
The nurses need to achieve other advanced levels of education as well as training from an improved system of education that promotes continuous academic developments. The complexity in the care for patients has increased and the nurses have to make critical decisions and use complicated technology. They have to use intricate information managing systems and a diversity of technological tools (Rambur et al., 2005). Hence, to respond to the demands, nurses should receive higher levels of learning and training.
I agree with the IMO’s description on the evolving roles of the registered nurses. Members in this profession need more education and preparedness to adopt these new roles from the demanding changes in the healthcare settings. Creating a system that will deliver quality care for the patients requires transformation on the educational environment and more practice.
In conclusion, these professionals are dedicated to delivering quality care. But they do not have the entire power to make changes. Governments, professional organization and other related institutions are responsible for this change too. Together, they can bring transformation in the industry.
Institute of Medicine (US). Committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Initiative on the Future of Nursing. (2011). The future of nursing: Leading change, advancing health. Washington, DC: National Academies Press.
Rambur, B., McIntosh, B., Palumbo, M. V., & Reinier, K. (2005). Education as a determinant of career retention and job satisfaction among registered nurses. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 37(2), 185-192.
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