Mastering the Art of Nursing: Nurturing Excellence of Nursing Students through Return Demonstration
January 26, 2024 | Friday Jenny Lyn E. Sulit
Nursing Return Demonstrations
play a crucial role in the healthcare setting, ensuring that nurses possess the necessary skills and competencies to provide high-quality, patient-centered care. The Institute of Health Sciences (IHSci) makes certain that nursing students often undergo rigorous quality assurance processes through the return demonstration to see their competency in executing essential clinical tasks.
This hands-on experience helps nursing students understand the relevance of their studies and reinforces their understanding of medical procedures, patient care, and critical thinking skills.
With the assistance of the Clinical Instructors, headed by the Dean of the Institute of Health Sciences (IHS), Ms. Lorelie S. Lorenzo, they bring the theory to life by bridging between the theoretical knowledge acquired in the classroom and the practical skills required in a clinical setting. Through these, the students build confidence by repetitive practice that allows them to refine skills, overcome apprehensions, and approach clinical scenarios with a sense of assurance.
The College of the Immaculate Conception (CIC) provides nursing students with a holistic and robust preparation. This holistic approach helps build a resilient CICian Nursing workforce that can navigate the challenges of the profession while providing quality care to patients.
As the field of nursing continues to advance, the significance of return demonstrations will persist, CIC guarantees that the next generation of nurses is not only proficient in technical skills but also equipped with resilience, empathy, Christ-centeredness, and adaptability to excel in the noble profession of caring.