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Report on Progress of Professional Portfolio

NFDN 2004 Shelly Dugas


Julie Arsenault 1031575
March 18th 2016

Report on Progress of Professional Portfolio


IDENTIFY

K-1-3

COMPETENCY
NUMBER, LETTER
AND SUBCATEGORY

Maternal/Newborn Care Maternal/Newborn Nursing Demonstrate


knowledge and ability to provide health teaching and coaching
associated with pregnancy.

DESCRIBE ONE

In NFDN 2004, a prenatal teaching plan was assigned. In this


assignment we were asked to look at case studies and provide a
situation in which we would like to teach the mother about certain
aspects of her pregnancy. As an example, in my specific scenario, I was
required to create a teaching care plan involving use of teratogens
during pregnancy as well as teaching the pregnant adolescent about
how the pregnancy will affect her development, particularly in her
current stage.

SIGNIFICANT
LEARNING
EXPERIENCE IN THIS
COURSE RELATED TO
THE CLPNA
COMPETENCY.
PROVIDE AN
EXAMPLE

DESCRIBE WHAT

YOU LEARNED AND


HOW IT RELATES TO
THE COMPETENCY.
EXPLAIN WHY IT
WAS MEANINGFUL.

USE THE
PROFICIENCY
CATEGORIES TO
RATE YOUR
PROFICIENCY IN THE
CHOSEN CLPNA
COMPETENCY.
EXPLAIN WHAT WAS
DONE TO ACHIEVE
THE COMPETENCY.

DESCRIBE HOW YOU


WILL APPLY THIS
LEARNING IN YOUR
CURRENT AND
FUTURE NURSING
PRACTICE

This situation was unique for me because it required me to incorporate


a clients development directly into my teaching. I learned that having
a client truly learn the information presented to them requires more
than a willingness to learn- the information must be presented in a way
that is appropriate to their stage of development. That meaning, their
psychological ability to absorb and retain the information, their
educational level in order to read and understand, and a maturity in
which the client is open to new teachings.
At this time, I would rate my proficiency in this category as good.
This is because although I feel that in the future I will be able to
competently incorporate the developmental stage into the teaching plan
I prepare, I will not be able to truly improve my fluidity of this skill
until I have performed the teaching in practice.

I will use this learning in my current practice though classes and


assignments, and soon in my preceptorships, as I prepare patient
teaching and try to incorporate development seamlessly into my
education care planning.
In my future practice, I hope to incorporate this learning everyday as I
give education not only to maternal patients, but to all patients I
interact with on a daily basis. This is important because education is a
daily part of the nursing profession.

Report on Progress of Professional Portfolio


NFDN 2004 Shelly Dugas
Julie Arsenault 1031575
March 18th 2016