Plan for Professional Development

N4455 Nursing Leadership and Management

Planfor Professional Development

PartA. Assessment Tools

Visionand Interests

Personal VALUES

Influencing FACTORS

Career accomplishment sense

Responsibility to take care of the patients

Dignity to humans

Equality to all the incoming patients

Intellect in tackling daily operations

Illness prevention in the community

Cautious during treatment

Level of technology in the work place. High technology ensure quality services

Level of study- Knowledge on various diseases leads to a wide services to the community.

Working environment as leadership management in the hospital motivates or demoralizes the employees.

Elder nurses in posted center who aid in exchange of knowledge.

Communication of Nurse- Patient. Langue barrier leads to language misunderstanding.

OPTIONS to Consider

PLANNED Accomplishments

Relationship of nurses in the areas posted.

Financial Needs to cater for the proposed plans

The top management approval for commencement of planned goals.

Entire utilization of skills learned to aid patients recover and live healthy.

Reduce threatening diseases in the country

Effective communication and exchange of ideas in all pressing issues concerning ailments

Aid all the susceptible people who comprise of the young and the elderly.




Quality nursing education

Leadership skills early through the years of education

Experienced friends who readily share ideas

Limited time for family interactions due to commitment in nursing activities.

Poor immediate response to emails from friends.



Advanced learning opportunities through sponsorship by the government and other interested members such as World Health Organization

Flexibility- This involves interacting with the community members during various days of the month.

Networking with other nurses in the country through media and nurses meetings

Insufficient funds to facilitate proposed plans. The money allocated in the hospital is only for daily routine.

Neglect to adoption of the proposed plan by the community.

Lack of support from top leaders or doctors in the areas posted.


As a New BSN Graduate

With Experience 3 – 5 Years

To identify acute diseases that affect low-income people in the state posted.

To analyze the difference between acute diseases among the affluent and the low income earners in the state of work

New Horizons 10 Years

Career Accomplishments 25 – 30 Years

To develop a recovery plan for acute diseases

for the affluent and the poor

To collaborate with other nurses to reduce acute diseases by more than 70% in the state of work.

To develop a medication plan and aid elderly people evade many acute diseases.

To improve the immunity of young children.

PartB: Analysis of the plan and conclusion


The philosophy of the plan entails re-exploring acute diseases toimprove the health of the affluent, poor, elderly and the young. Uponexecuting of the plan, it will aid in accomplishing the vision inreducing the acute disease in the country by a great extent of 70%and above. This will be achieved due to personal commitment to workwith team members and leadership skills. Coupled with high level ofeducation and interest in the profession, this great percentage willbe achieved through a passionate devotion. These comprise of malaria,Schistosomiasis, giardiasis, diabetes and heart diseases (Michaud &ampBloom, 2011).


Themain goal will be to have a follow-up plan for all acute diseasesespecially for the low-income people within the first year.Evaluation of the progress will be conducted in the first year in2017 January 1. Due to the cost involved most of the poor peoplesuccumb, but with follow up through emails and calls it will enablethem to receive treatment in case of tragic change in their bodies.They payment can be scheduled for instalments within a given period.The viability of the plan will measured through comparison of variousstatistic in the country concerning acute diseases. The resultsobtained will give an insight for the areas of improvement andopinions from the patients.

Thesecond goal will be to develop a clear recovery plan for the elderlyand young children who are susceptible to numerous ailments due totheir weak immune system. The people nurturing young children and theelderly will be given guidelines how to ensure healthierconsideration. This would range from hygienic and to healthier livingstyles in terms of the food consumed. The lifestyles in most of thecases determine the type of disease that afflicts a specificpopulation (Lichtenstein,et al. 2006). Administers will be given any updates on thecurrent health threats and challenges. This assessment will beconducted towards the end of the year 2027 on January 1.

SpecificStrategies to accomplish the plans

Thefirst goal will comprise of setting the clear objectives that arespecific, realistic, measurable, timely and achievable. The goalswill be stated in a positive manner and date for accomplishment setthat is possible without many deterrents. The objectives will beevaluated in terms of the resources to assess the achievementpossibility. The goals will be aligned to the values possessed suchas leadership abilities, teamwork, professional interest andcommitment to yield impact within the set period. The consequencesof different outcome will be well planned to surmount all thehindrances that arises. Sabotaging of the effort in the progressshould be highly avoided. This will be achieved though working withdynamic people who have the same passion for the idea. The peopleneed to be positive and available for consultation and commitment toaccelerate the plan (Richards, 2006). The people sought should beproactive and adaptive to the new technology for production of betterresults.

Allthe material needed will be identified and assembled. This will bedone before the need for the resource or materials arise. This willinclude the development of a website to communicate with the clients.Funds for maintaining the progress of the plan will be sought bywell-wishers and government kitty that supports health developmentfor the nation. Statistics that are key to ascertain the developmentof the plan would be assessed and any improvement in the plan orstagnation recorded. This will in revising the objective andstreamlining the activities of the plan. This will prevent any delayin the entire progress of the plan, as less time will be consumed.

Thepotential challenges will be identified and minimized. Barriers suchas communication to comprehension of language used will be addressedusing simple language in the websites and providing for variouslanguages. Sources will be secured in advance and payment of thetechnical officer conducted paid in time. Definite date for theevents procured will be noted and frequently perused to keep in touchwith the plan. All the actions will be scheduled. This will preventconflict of priority and ensure smooth running of the project.


Selectionof acute disease is based on an embedded interest for nursing andcommitment to the guidelines given in the profession. Success ofevery plan is anchored on a deep-seated interest (Dvir, &ampLechler, 2004). Commitment in the study and collaboration with othernurses has led to impressive performance. Most of the nursescarefully to attend all the cases especially when a patient iscritical ill. Consequently, soliciting for help will not bechallenging. By design a plan to aiding various groups in thesociety, the personal values will enable the securing of trust fromthe people and teamwork for the workmates.


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