Mathews Journal of Nursing and Health Care


Previous Issues Volume 5, Issue 3 - 2023

Staff Development Programmes-Its Necessity for Quality Patient Care

Mary Anbarasi Johnson*

Professor and Head, Pediatric Nursing Department, CMC Vellore, India

*Corresponding author: Mary Anbarasi Johnson, Professor and Head, Pediatric Nursing Department, CMC Vellore, India, Tel: 0416-228-2717; Email: [email protected].

Received Date: May 12, 2023

Published Date: June 17, 2023

Citation: Johnson MA. (2023). The Lifestyle of Families Embracing an Autistic Person in Basrah City. Mathews J Nurs. 5(3):20.

Copyrights: Johnson MA. © (2023).


Staff development is essential for quality nursing care as nurses need to update the current trends in nursing, every institution needs to take efforts to conduct periodical staff development programs. Patient safety is a prime concern of every health team member and therefore keeping in power with the trens and updates is crucial. The essential components of staff development programme are that every employee needs mentors. In order for employees to develop and grow, they need access to mentors. Every employee should be a coach in a peer-to-peer learning program. Regular knowledge sharing between employees should be encouraged. Development plans should have clear goals. There should always be time for reflection and career-pathing. This article would emphasis on the need for staff development programmes to be organized in every institution for better patient care. The author would bring in the need for flexibility, communication skills, conflict resolution, tactfulness, and work ethic, and leadership Skills to be developed by all employees and the staff development programmes would enable the employees to development those essentials needed for effective functioning.

Keywords: Models, Staff Development Programme, Concepts.

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