Give me your openion on this answer 1.Your state has requested that your practice become a partner in their Emergency Medical Response Teams program. They have requested you provide an action plan for an Anthrax breakout where the state would supply your practice with the anthrax vaccine. Discuss your strategy for: patient care, staffing, and security. answer; Patient Care: Have copies of patient records on a backup server that is HIPPA secure. Have current contact information for patients and family members to inform them to stay away from the facility, and provide if necessary, an alternate care facility. Provide patients […]
Analyzing Essays that offer solutions to problems” Please respond to the following: ° Read the three essays in Chapter 11 (“The Nursing Crisis; The Solution Lies Within,” “An Open Letter to the Community,” and “Request for a Work Schedule Change.( Analyze the arguments and compare the effectiveness of their statements, proposed solutions, and evidence. °Identify which one you think is most effective. Explain
A Broader Perspective No one goes into healthcare to hurt people, and yet healthcare is a high-stakes arena in which adverse events occur. Based on your understanding of the concept of “victim” in terms of medical errors (as presented in the Learning Resources), complete the following: • Articulate the pros and cons of this statement: Those who make errors that harm patients themselves are victims and need support and perhaps counseling. Then, state your position on the statement. (2–3 paragraphs) • Provide a rationale for your point of view that references the larger context of patient safety, including transparencies, reporting […]
1.System-Wide Safety Failures every system is perfectly designed to achieve the results it gets. —Dr. Paul Batalden In the years following the publications of To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System and Crossing the Quality Chasm: A New Health System for the 21st Century, increased attention was given to mitigating the circumstances in which patient safety is compromised. Increasingly, adverse events that occur within healthcare organizations are recognized, not as the failure of any individual (health provider or patient) but as system-wide failures. High-profile sentinel events, such as Libby Zion, Josey King, and the Quaid twins, to name […]
Contrast two nursing models or theories , discuss the similarities or difference in the way of health and wellness, illness, client, environment and nursing. give a summary on the model or theory you like and how would it affect tour practice as a nurse?
After misreading an x-ray, Dr. Pullet removed a healthy incisor from Timothy Toothe’s mouth. Dr. Pullet fitted Timothy with a fixed bridge that did not stay in place and caused Timothy great pain, and loss of time at work. Timothy made an appointment to see another dentist, Dr. Natter. Dr. Natter repaired the ill-fitting bridge, and made remarks about Dr. Pullet doing “shoddy work.” Timothy sued Dr. Pullet for malpractice. In the opinion of the jurors, the patient had some responsibility for his injuries, and Dr. Pullet was found not guilty. Use the idea process and the information from class […]