A reflective self-evaluation is common in situations in which a nurse is required to demonstrate knowledge in a specific area, such as administering medications or performing certain medical procedures. Reflective questions typically focus on knowledge, skill and judgment. If done prior to training, reflective questions can be the basis for developing a learning plan. If the self-evaluation is completed following a training, review or refresher session, the results can be used to determine whether a nurse has the knowledge and skills to incorporate new processes into daily work assignments.
Geri-Res is turnkey, giving you everything you need to implement a world-class geriatric care nurse residency program. Two program components, Clinical Coach and RN Resident , leverage a mentor/mentee model to create the best learning environment for new nurse success. The Clinical Coach prepares for a mentor role by going through six learning modules. The RN Resident goes through sixteen learning modules, one a week for sixteen weeks. Each module takes about 1 hour, and is paired with exercises, quizzes, and time with the Nurse Coach. The online format means curriculum modules can be accessed anywhere, anytime.