How does a nurse prove competence in their field? The NCLEX shows that a minimum standard has been met; but how do you display to co-workers, employers and medical providers that you will be competent as a nurse?
A drug order for a patient contains 200 mg of the drug to be administered intravenously over two hours. The concentration of the solution is 2 mg/ml. The administration set is labeled 10 drops per ml. Determine the IV infusion rate.
1. What kind of Performance Improvement Plan would you develop for your healthcare facility and why? – Describe the function of project management in performance improvement programs – Identify specific knowledge and skills required for team leadership – Describe project life cycles and the group dynamics of team life cycles – Identify the steps a team leader should follow to successfully implement and complete a project 2. Describe the areas that should be addressed in the development of a healthcare organization’s performance improvement plan 3. Explain why performance improvement programs are evaluated – Identify the aspects of the performance improvement […]
In what ways does the United States Constitution manifest the principles of both republican and democratic forms of government? In what ways does it deviate from those principles? Can you give a current example of how we as a nation are moving either toward or away from the founding father’s intentions as written in the Constitution and Bill of Rights?
A patient arrives at the emergency department via ambulance after a motor vehicle accident. The patient has a laceration on his forehead and a ecchymotic area on the back of the head. This injury where the skull strikes something anteriorly and immediately due to force consequently strikes their posterior skull is called ?