Interview a fellow peer in your class who works in a different health discipline than you. Begin your interview with the following questions:
- What is your role as a health care team member?
- How do you define professionalism and how does professional responsibility influence your work?
- Do you consider leaders in your organization stewards of health care? Why or Why not?
- Is it important to you that leaders exercise professional advocacy and authenticity as well as power and influence when working with colleagues? Why or why not?
In 500-750 words, summarize your interview and share your impressions of your peer’s responses.
Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.
Professional Identity and Stewardship-Peer Interview
This paper is a review of an interview with a peer who is a caregiver in different healthcare disciplines from mine. The paper includes a description of the peer’s role, the professional responsibilities as well as the peer’s view of leadership and professionalism, health care stewardship, professional advocacy, power, and authenticity. Upon review and reflection, the interview with P.N was considerably captivating and exciting. It was amazing to find out that we both come from the same state but we live in different cities. In spite of the interview questions being only four, I managed to acquire and gather enough information as well as extensive comprehension of the interviewee’s roles and responsibilities within his healthcare discipline as well as his views on professionalism and leadership.
P.N is a male registered nurse that works within his unit of specialization which is mother and baby care. He is currently working in St. Anthony Maternity Care Centre in Colorado, South Denver. His roles as a healthcare team member include receiving expectant mothers, concisely and carefully enquiring a series of queries for assessment of the health condition of both the mother and the fetus as well as identification of potential complications. In addition, P.N is responsible for monitoring the fetus’ heart-beat rate and ensuring the well-being of the mother and the fetus before, during, and after delivery. P.N has been comprehensively trained on handling pregnancy and delivery complications. According to Benfield et al. (2018), some of the complications include diabetes, prolapsed cord, ruptured uterus, malpresentation, and eclampsia. Care delivery after delivery involves monitoring of the mother’s and baby’s health condition, coaching and assisting the mother in breastfeeding the new-born and also delivering postnatal care……Please click the icon below to purchase full solution at $5