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first_img Share Share Sharing is caring! 10 Views   no discussions Sharecenter_img Tweet LocalNews Resident judge admonishes nurses to commit themselves to excellence by: – June 4, 2012 Her Ladyship Justice Birnie Stephenson-BrooksResident Judge, Justice Birnie Stephenson-Brooks, has admonished nurses to commit themselves to excellence which she referred to a “lifelong” commitment.Justice Stephenson-Brooks was the featured speaker at the first ever Nursing Awards ceremony on Sunday in which over sixty nurses were awarded for their professional excellence in the nursing service.In admonishing the nurses to commit themselves to excellence, she noted that professional excellence should be at the core of their intentions and functions.“Professional excellence should be at the heart of your intention to be nurses and as you function as nurses. This means that each and every one of you would have at one time or another have to transform your values, your beliefs and your behaviors. In my view, as nurses who are aiming at achieving excellence, you are required to care, to comfort, to educate and to collaborate”.Justice Stephenson-Brooks also reminded the nurses of the need to create very good impressions while executing their duties.“When one thinks about it, in life a human being no matter how long or how short their walk on this earth is, the nurse is one of the first persons we meet. Talk about the need to create a first impression- a great one. When a baby is born the first person who usually takes the baby after it emerges from his or her mother’s womb is the nurse…nurses are there from the very beginning of our existence and quite often until the end”.According to her, although women are “masters of multi-tasking while men are severely challenged, they can’t do it,” she told the nurses they must make every attempt to work together “effectively” with their co-workers as well as all health care disciplines.She listed eight steps which should be implemented on the stairway to excellence with words, focusing on effective collaboration which includes developing constructive conflict resolution skills, mastering interpersonal and personal skills, taking advantage of the multi-disciplinary forums to increase collaboration and appreciating that collaboration can also occur spontaneously.The commitment to excellence she said, “requires a lifelong commitment to nursing, to researching, to learning, scholarship and personal balance also well being”.Although she recognized that the pursuit of excellence in nursing is “difficult” as with any other profession, however she urged them to continue to work towards excellence as they stand to benefit as well as their patients and communities.“You also have to consider that we live in a society that seems to be satisfied with mediocrity. We now live in a society where there is a decay of values; the persons that you have to deal with, both your colleagues and patients, clients, customers, are not getting better mannered, they are not polite, but it appears as though you have to deal with persons who are more and more strangers to good manners and proper etiquette”.She also urged them to remember that “communication is vital” and “remember always to put your hands in the hands of the man who still the waters,” recommending that they develop a personal relationship with and daily walk with God.“Remember I said, you are the ones most of us first meet upon arriving into this world and quite often you are the ones who are there with us as we transition in the end,” he reiterated. Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more