Past Nursing Values ​​from Past to Present – Gaziantep Compass Newspaper

Nursing week activities include opportunities; Speaking at the inauguration of the symposium held at the conference hall of Konkolu Sports and Culture Center in Abdul Qadir, Rector of Sanko University Prof. Dr. Dr. “Values ​​are like lighthouses that guide sailors in stormy weather or landmarks that guide caravans on rainy nights,” said Gunnar Dali.

Explain that the more the standards are adhered to, the more they will be guided and the more comfortable they will be in difficult situations. Dr. “Achieving core values ​​in nursing, one of the most respected professions in the world, with a full history of success, will guide you in interpersonal relationships and communication across the most important clinical applications,” Dali said.

Emphasizing that reading is important for both professional and personal development, Professor. Dr. Dali said, “You can acquire and develop personal values ​​through reading. I urge you to read more to improve your professional and personal values ​​and I wish you a fruitful and enjoyable meeting.”

Professor Dr. Dr. Turkan pasinlioglu

Faculty of Health Sciences (SBF) Dean Prof. Dr. On the other hand, Turkin Passinloglu defines professional values ​​as an integral part of professional ethics and a guiding principle that individuals should display when performing their duties.

“Values ​​therefore reflect the values ​​and expectations of professional behavior that are right or wrong, acceptable or unacceptable. In short, they are values ​​of conduct. In this way, nurses acquire their professional values ​​with their academic education and professional experience,” said Professor Dr. Dr. Pasinlioglu continued:

“Personal values ​​are acquired through an understanding of life and experience. In light of professional and personal values, I wish for a professional life where nurses reflect their professional values ​​throughout their careers.

I think this symposium, where valuable speakers who are experts in their field, will participate, will make a great contribution to our valuable participants and students in a scientific and professional sense. “

Professor Dr. Dr. Nimet Ovayolu

SBF Nursing Department Professor. Dr. Nimet Ovayolu added that nursing is an applied health discipline that manages to continuously renew itself in parallel with scientific, cultural and social development and works for the betterment of the individual, family and society.

The most important obligation of nursing is to provide necessary and safe care in the light of evidence based information, showing respect for human life, dignity, personality and integrity, values ​​and decisions. Dr. Ovayolu says:

“However, in recent years, technological, structural and legal developments have brought some changes in the health sector. In this regard, professionalism and professional values ​​indicate that nursing is adapting to an ever-changing world, improving its existing conditions and the quality of care. Therefore, in this symposium, we aim to include very important professional standards in the field of nursing.

I would like to thank the SANKO family, invaluable speakers, chairmen and participants who have contributed to and supported our symposium in all aspects and hopefully my colleagues will be a leading voice in keeping with the theme of International Nurses Day International Nurses Council. In 2022, invest in nursing to protect global health care and their rights. I do. “

Professor Dr. Dr. Satisfied

Retired lecturer Professor. Dr. Samie Mete gave a presentation on “Values ​​and Nursing”.

One of the investments in the nursing profession is to support the professionalization efforts of the profession, Professor. Dr. Mete briefly shared the following information:

“Discussing the philosophy of nursing and establishing a system of values ​​is crucial to the development of the professional identity of nursing. Values ​​are values ​​that exist for each person and each profession. And understand priorities.

The formation of the standard system of nursing makes an important contribution to the profession and the members of the profession. The Nursing Standards System provides guidance on the structure of both nursing education and nursing practice.

Professional standards; It manages the interaction of professional members with individuals and societies, ensures professional quality development, prevents conflict among colleagues, determines priority actions, ensures safe, quality and ethical care.

Mentioning that professional values ​​pay for nursing practice, Professor. Dr. Mete says, “I focus on some of the values ​​that are a priority for the nursing profession. These values ​​are listed alphabetically as ‘ABCEG AND’. These are logic, science and reasoning, justice, respect for individual, human dignity, courage, hard work, respect for labor, decency, devotion, conscience and fidelity.

Professor Dr. Dr. Sultan Tasi

President of the SBF Dean Council and Professor Dr. SBF Dean of Kayseri Ersius University. Dr. In his presentation entitled “From Your Own” Sultan Tasi said that empathy is a value that is always needed and its importance is increasing day by day.

Reminding that different definitions of compassion have been created from the past to the present, Professor. Dr. Taşçı continued his speech as follows:

“Compassion is the state of being able to accept another person’s suffering with understanding and empathy, and includes patience, kindness and understanding with people, with the idea that people cannot be perfect and that everyone can make mistakes. One person empathizes for himself and others. It is very important to feel that empathy, like everything else, starts from the essence and goes to the essence.

The essence of nursing is to help and stay close to the victim. Compassion is a force, it adds values ​​and belief system to the profession. At this point, the integrity of care and overall care comes into play. In short, we are all one, and we become stronger when we realize that we are one. “

ASOC Dr. Gulten Coke

Touching on Nursing Institutions, Hacettepe University Faculty of Nursing Faculty Member, Nursing Leadership Association and Turkish Nurses Association Board Member Assoc. Dr. Gulten Coke emphasized that nurses can contribute to the development of public health and the nursing profession as individuals, professionals and members of a multidisciplinary team.

Achieve professional identity and independence, take up jobs, protect, develop, promote and promote titles, follow innovations and find solutions to problems, build political and social strength, know professional vision and goals and provide qualified and safe nursing services. Dr. Koç rated the following:

“Despite all these advantages and wide scope of work, there are some obstacles in front of the nursing company. Also, by including health policy issues in undergraduate and graduate nursing education, these barriers can be overcome by raising political awareness, bringing together professional organizations and leading nurses in education and practice, and strengthening relationships by becoming members of professional organizations. And empowerment of professional organizations.

Silan Ozilmaj

Ceylan Özyılmaz, head nurse at Sanko University Hospital, touches on the issue of university-clinical collaboration from a manager’s perspective.

“Academic-clinical collaborations have become more focused on student learning. Özyılmaz said:” These collaborations have begun to integrate research and scientific activities, as well as student education.

“Academic-clinical collaboration in nursing is important in strengthening nursing education, improving care and enhancing research capacity. Clinical practices allow students to gain professionalism, communicate well in teams, view a sufficient number of cases, and develop their own skills. In this context, school and hospital administrators should work together for academic-clinical collaboration. ”

At the symposium, Sumeira Karailan, a Nursing Graduate Student, “2022 ICN Theme: Invest for Nurses to Protect Global Health and Respect Their Rights” “Does technology replace nurses?” Said Halime Nur Dağcı and Yunus Algam, a second-year nursing student. Provides information on the subject.

Professor Dr. was the president of the symposium held in combination of four sessions. Dr. Ozlem Ovayolu, Professor. Dr. Nuran Tosun, Dr. Train member Burçin Işık and Nurse Kübra Çiftçi.

Sanko University Dean of the Faculty of Medicine Professor. Dr. Salih Murat Akkin, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Dr. Coaching member Deniz Mıhçıoğlu and many academics and students were present at the newsletter.

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