In recent years, there has been a growing attempt to measure the performance of health care providers. The federal government has published data on how hospitals compare to acceptable clinical standards with regards to the treatment for pneumonia. Explain how this data may affect the consumer decision-making process.
The American Academy of Pediatrics wants to conduct a survey of newly graduated family practitioners to assess why they did not choose pediatrics for their specialization. Please provide a definition of the population, suggest a sampling frame, and indicate the approved sampling unit in 250 words or more
MY TOPIC IS OVERUSE IN HEALTHCARE. Literature Review based on Overuse in Healthcare This section is the literature review. You will need a minimum of three concepts to elaborate on relative to your research topic. Within this section “Literature Review” you are required to include one paragraph which gives a brief overview of what a literature review is and what concepts you plan to discuss. Briefly introduce your next research section. While this may seem redundant at each section, it is important to remind the reader at the beginning of each section. Overview of Literature Concept 1 Research your topic […]
Epidemiology is the study of the distribution of health needs and problems in human populations and the factors that contribute to their emergence, severity, and consequences with the ultimate goal of elimination, modification or prevention. With this in mind – visit the CDC website http://www.cdc.gov//DiseasesConditions/ (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. and choose a disease (stroke) and review and share the work being done internationally by the CDC and others. What would be a role that the CNL ( Clinical Nurse Leader) could play in these efforts given their competencies?
The 2011 CNL Job Analysis Report includes Health Promotion & Disease Prevention. From your new understanding of genomics, please illustrate how you intend to integrate this knowledge into the CNL ( Clinical Nurse Leadership) role at the unit level.
Identify a nursing situation that represents Care Environment Management and the CNL (clinical Nurse Leader). Role Functions of Team Manager, Information Manager, or Systems Analyst/Risk Anticipator.To complete this assignment you may want to start by reviewing the Competencies & Curricular Expectations for a CNL. What competencies should you be able to demonstrate upon completing your coursework and practicum? What could current or future employees expect from you? How could a CNL within your current setting be proactive in assessing patient or population? How could the available information management system be used to improve outcomes? Which specific outcomes? Are there opportunities […]
Interview with a Case Manager, Clinical Nurse Specialist, Risk Manager, Quality Manager or Nursing Educator in your clinical setting You will choose a member of your staff in one of these roles to interview who you feel may potentially have conflict with the introduction of the CNL role. You will ask them to read the CNL( clinical Nurse Leader) Sample Role Description and other documents on the website that you feel will be helpful prior to the interview. You will then write a 5 page paper documenting your discussion
24. A 31 year old male has a history of multiple recurrent infections. The patient was diagnosed with HIV 8 months ago and has refused pharmacologic treatment. Today a skin biopsy report revealed a small brown patch on his forehead is Karposi’s sarcoma. Which of the following is true regarding his immune status? a. The patients CD4 T-cell count is likely well above 200 cells/ dL b. cellular immunity remains uncompromised c. his humeral immunity is deficient and we can expect new infections because of this d. he has continued immunity against the measles as he has been vaccinated e. […]
Identify three generations of one family (male/female, age, role in the family such as son/daughter, father, mother, grandmother, grandfather). You may use grandparents, parents, and children. Be sure to find a family with children. Brief health history of each family member (for example what health problems has each member encountered in his/her lifetime). Focus on any/all genetic diseases that may be present or those for which family members may be at risk. Complete a reproduction history for relevant above identified family members Describe the ethnic backgrounds of family member Identify any growth and development variations of each member State to […]
5. You are a new administrator at a hospital, well known for pulmonary medicine. The physicians in the ICU, the ER, and the department of pulmonary medicine have demanded to meet with you about the shortage of respiratory therapists. You stall them for 48 hours so you can gather data. What type of information will you need to collect to have an intelligent conversation with this powerful group of physicians?