Projects & Grants

Self-assessment of the clinical competencies of nursing students
Project IdSGS13/LF/2019
Main solverMgr. Daša STUPKOVÁ
Period1/2019 - 12/2019
ProviderSpecifický VŠ výzkum
AnotationCompetence - Occupational competence, authority or authority (Kurucova 2014). In practice, competencies include ability to communicate and co-operate, problem solving and creativity, autonomy and performance, responsibility, thinking and learning, argumentation and assessment. In fact, they are knowledge, skills and skills that are appropriate to manage the problems of a wide range of unpredictable changing demands throughout life. In an effort to professionalize the nursing profession, the student is guided during the course of nursing studies to the ability to practice the nursing profession in the theoretical and practical terms. Self-assessment forms an inseparable part of the whole system of assessment, feedback and continuous learning. Self-assessment and subsequent diagnosis of professional orientation is a complex and important process with a whole range of specific aspects. The nurse's job is physically and mentally challenging. From the point of view of professional training and demands for professional performance, it is very demanding. There are also very specific demands on personal fitness, professional preparation, style of work, way of life and on the nurse's mental stability. The necessary prerequisites for the nursing profession include: sensomotoric, aesthetic, intellectual, social, self-regulatory and communication assumptions (Plevová 2011). The preparation for the nursing profession begins during the course of study and is the theoretical and practical part of the study. By choosing a nurse's job, a student assumes the responsibility of the sick person. He already plays important roles of self-judgment, self-acceptance and awareness of his / her own abilities and assumptions for pursuing a nurse's profession.