Doris is a 79-year-old woman who has recently lost her spouse and has begun receiving home health services at her home. The home health nurse has noticed Doris spending large amounts of time at home alone. The nurse would love to see Doris become more active in her community and possibly be less sedentary. Using the South University Online Library or the Internet, research on home health services. Based on your research and understanding, respond to the following: Provide recommendations to help Doris become a more involved community member. Analyze and identify at least four barriers that may exist in […]
Scenario 1 One of the primary goals of the public health system is to protect the general public. The citizens of the United States enjoy specific freedom and basic rights guaranteed by the Constitution. However, in an emergency situation, it is possible that specific rights such as the right to confidentiality of an individual may be compromised in an effort to protect the public. Research the South University Online Library or the Internet for an article involving quarantining an individual. Based on your research, answer the following questions regarding the above scenario: What occurred to warrant the quarantine? Was this […]
The conceptual frameworks applied to community-oriented nursing practice expand the scope of nursing care by addressing non-medical aspects of health. Those who are not familiar with healthcare perceive nurses as providers of hands-on care only. Suggest ways to change this perception What makes nursing case management special? Is it appropriate for everyone? Give reasons. Populations can be defined by inclusion or exclusion criteria, using one or many of either type. Using factors in addition to medical tests, diagnoses, and so forth, prioritize the characteristics you think are important in defining a population for community health nursing.
Identify the methodology, design, and rationale of the following titles. Exploring the rate of seasonal-pattern depression in an Inuit community Democracy in America The relationship between compassion fatigue and burnout among critical care nurses Two drugs for Alzheimer’s show promise Evaluating technology with student success Factors that influence weight control among women The meaning of living with brain injury and stroke 10 years after the injury Exploring the beliefs of he
1. What do you perceive as the current obstacles to redesigning workflow within your clinical setting? 2. How does the current educational preparation need to change to address the skills necessary to perform workflow analysis and redesign clinical processes?
What is the utility of Donabedian’s structure-process-outcome model as the basis for evaluating quality of care and patient safety associated with a health IT application? Describe two limitations. Discuss how the framework for patient safety and research design can be used to overcome these limitations.
Your internal medicine practice is considering adding a cardiologist to your practice for continuity of care. This physician will simply rent space in your building. During the interview process the cardiologist agrees to work in the practice building but only if his rent costs are waived by the practice. Discuss any issues you see with this arrangement and what potential issues could arise from this arrangement. Chapter 17: Historically an orthopedic physician in your practice sends, on average, 30 patients a month to your hospital for an MRI. This past month he didn’t send any. Upon investigation you discover that […]
Please help me simplify these sentences correctly 1. The diameter (gauge) of the suture material vary from fine (11-0) to very coarse. 2. The 6-0 suture is also called six aught and might be wrote 000000. it is very fine. 3. Whole numbers such as 1, 2, 3, and 4 imply that the suture is very large diameter thread. This is very coarse suture material.
I need help to explain the disease Escherichia coli H7: O157 variant, hemorrhagic Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli (STEC) . What is Shiga? What antibiotics can be used to fight it? How exactly does it get into the cell? Thank you for any help you can offer.