Section 4: Managing self and others

Section 4: Managing self and others

Code Title Core Competency Statement Core Learning Outcome
4.1.1 Reflective practice Be expert in reflective, intuitive practice Demonstrate expertise in reflective, intuitive practice
4.2.1 Portfolio Reflects on care delivery, developing a progressive portfolio of evidence that depicts an expert practice function in emergency care Records progressive practice in a professional portfolio of evidence that Demonstrates an expert practice function in emergency care
4.3.1 Personal development Be expert in identifying own learning needs, designing personal development and action plans to address specific areas of development Demonstrate expertise in producing personal development plans and progressively achieving set targets in an action plan
4.4.1 Education and preceptorship Possess the educational knowledge and skills to support the design and implementation of an effective learning environment and take a leading role in the development of a learning environment Integrate educational principles into the emergency care environment. Analyse the effectiveness of the emergency care environment to identify learning opportunities for staff and act as an educational resource for staff
4.4.2 Education and preceptorship Critically analyse evidence and anticipate the direction in which emergency care will progress and facilitate future development and refinement of emergency care competencies in the wider emergency care arena Demonstrate expertise in anticipating the future direction of emergency care, and developing and refining established competencies in the wider emergency care arena
4.5.1 Mentorship Be effective in supervision, facilitation and mentoring; and assist others in developing personal development plans, designing and achieving action plans and providing career advice Demonstrate expertise in supervision, facilitation and mentoring others, establishing personal development plans, designing and achieving action plans and providing career advice
4.5.2 Mentorship Evaluate Faculty of Emergency Nursing portfolios and accredit their practice Demonstrate expertise in evaluating emergency care practice and accreditation for the Faculty of Emergency Nursing
4.6.1 Coping Develop systems to enable yourself and others to deal with competing demands in a rapidly changing environment Demonstrate the development of systems which enable yourself and others deal with competing demands in a rapidly changing environment. Demonstrate effective coping skills in responding to competing demands
4.7.1 Stress Ensures best practice is utilised in identifying and managing the effects of stress on yourself and others.
Develop systems to identify and manage stress within the workplace
Demonstrates expertise in identifying and managing the effects of stress on yourself and others
4.7.2 Stress Ensure best practice is utilised in identifying and managing conflict in the workplace. Develop effective systems for identifying and managing conflict. Demonstrating expertise in identifying and managing conflict in the workplace.
4.7.3 Stress Critically analyse the potential for the detrimental impact of the emergency environment on staff and patients, take the lead in developing a supportive environment where emotional challenges can be explored and managed, and contribute to the strategic planning of emotional risk management Identify appropriate evidence-based practice to develop the strategic approach to emotional risk management and support for staff and patients
4.8.1 Organisation Demonstrate expertise in organisational skills Demonstrate expertise in organising own and others’ work
4.9.1 Leadership and development Critically analyse the effect of leadership and negotiation on patient care, and the development of yourself and staff. Use leadership skills in role modelling, to enhance patient care and develop yourself and others Evaluate the effectiveness of leadership and negotiation skills on patient care, and on developing yourself and other staff. Demonstrate leadership in developing patient care, and in developing yourself and others

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