New Zealanders Please Reply - page 3
Hello I have recently noticed quite a few new New Zealand members but there is not a thread dedicated to them. So I am going to recify that situation. Please drop in and tell us about your... Read More
Oct 2, '03Occupation: icu nurse Joined: Jul '02; Posts: 10,260; Likes: 233Heaps of ideas - what is the topic??
Oct 2, '03Joined: Sep '03; Posts: 11The topic is negligence and incompetence within nursing practice, need to include disiplinary actions, tensions between law and ethics, impact on nurse etc
Oct 2, '03Joined: Sep '03; Posts: 11thanks for the welcome, pleased to be here.
yes we can use props and role play, visual and audial,
I want to do something that is going to be remembered, to make a statement.
Oct 2, '03Joined: Sep '03; Posts: 10; Likes: 5I think that one of the best things you can use to be remebered, is doing a power point presentation. You can put great graphics in, have time out screens in between of really random things. Can make it alot of fun with sound and pictures....
Oct 2, '03Joined: Sep '03; Posts: 11powerpoint sounds great, any other ideas, thanks for the input guys
Oct 3, '03Occupation: icu nurse Joined: Jul '02; Posts: 10,260; Likes: 233Role play is very effective. Especially if you think up a really juicy scenario and there are plenty on this bulletin board. There are lots of stories here where a nurse is in trouble not for something she did but because of circumstances. Do a search. Or look up the legal or the safety issues forums.
Remember though the majority of the BB is American and the laws may be slightly different.