Whether Clinical Nurses (PK) III placement in the outpatient unit is in accordance with its functions and responsibilities?

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Abstract

Objective: Most Clinical Nurses (PK) III are commonly assigned in the Outpatient Unit, but the assigning of nurses in each unit has not yet been in line with their skill and detail of their authority as a clinical nurse. Method: This study used employed qualitative design with a phenomenological approach. It focused on the description of the importance and significance of PKs III experience in the Outpatient Unit. The participants were 10 PKs III in the Outpatient Unit aged 36–52. Results: This study results in five themes which describe the experience of PKs III in undergoing a career path in the Outpatient Unit which are formed from eleven categories. Conclusion: PKs III in the outpatient unit does not function according to their responsibilities. Unless it is taken care of seriously, the losses arising from this phenomenon will be repeated.

Original languageEnglish
JournalEnfermeria Clinica
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Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2019

Keywords

  • Clinical Nurse III
  • Competent nurse
  • Outpatient unit

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