What are the important things that must be kept in mind while practicing human rights as a nurse?

 

Research paper topic:

What are the important things that must be kept in mind while practicing human rights as a nurse?

This paper must be in APA style with references no older than 5 years old.

Paper length must be at least 6 pages of content.

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Review Case Study

 Add better instructions for the Case Study here.

  • Review Case Study at the end of chapter 6, page 60.
  • Be prepared to discuss in class providing examples and details to support responses

 Week 2.

Case Study: 

Chapter 6: Modern Nursing

Case Study

You are caring for an 82-year-old woman who has been hospitalized for several weeks for burns that she sustained on her lower legs during a cooking accident. Before the time of her admission, she lived alone in a small apartment. The patient reported on admission that she has no surviving family. Her support system appears to be other elders who live in her neighborhood. Because of transportation difficulties, most of them are unable to visit frequently. One of her neighbors has reported that she is caring for the patient’s dog, a Yorkshire terrier. As you care for this woman, she begs you to let her friend bring her dog to the hospital. She says that none of the other nurses have listened to her about such a visit. As she asks you about this, she begins to cry and tells you that they have never been separated. You recall that the staff discussed their concern about this woman’s well-being during the report that morning. They said that she has been eating very little and seems to be depressed.

1. Based on Nightingale’s work, identify specific interventions that you would provide in caring for this patient.

2. Describe what action, if any, you would take regarding the patient’s request to see her dog. Discuss the theoretical basis of your decision and action based on your understanding of Nightingale’s work.

3. Describe and discuss what nursing diagnoses you would make and what interventions you would initiate to address the patient’s nutritional status and emotional well-being.

4. As the patient’s primary nurse, identify and discuss the planning you would undertake regarding her discharge from the hospital. Identify members of the discharge team and their roles in this process. Describe how you would advocate for the patient based on Nightingale’s observations and descriptions of the role of the nurse.

Assignment

Routes of administrations  of Tamsulosin

Common side/adverse effects of Tamsulosin

Special considerations of Tamsulosin

Common nursing interventions of Tamsulosin

Please include references

Technology’s Impact on Population Health

 

Technology’s Impact on Population Health

Topic 1

Advances in technology have fed the explosion of wearable devices and patient self-monitoring.

How can nurses leverage this technology to promote healthy lifestyles and improved compliance with self-care and monitoring?

Obgyn

Post a brief explanation about the differences in roles related to Certified Professional Mid-Wife (CPM), Certified Nurse Mid-wife (CNM), Certified Mid-Wives (non-nurse who follows same criteria as a CNM, CM, APR-Ns, and PAs) and how each of these roles might impact the how you practice as a FNP. Be specific and provide examples.

MHA6080 WEEK 5 DISCUSSION AND PROJECT INSTRUCTIONS

During Week 5, we will explore the concept of assumed assumptions in the unique healthcare market. Likewise, strategy and tactics will be synthesized. Finally, we will review the characteristics of successful healthcare marketing initiatives on the basis of learned business strategies.

Your Learning Objectives for the Week:

  • Examine and apply business strategies necessary to define and grow a healthcare organization.
  • Summarize the characteristics of successful service and apply these characteristics to a marketing plan for a healthcare organization.

Professional Nursing Skill 2

 

Student will develop a power-point presentation on endotracheal tube care and tracheostomy care; this presentation will include the different between Closed (in-line) suctioning and sterile suctioning of a tracheostomy tube.

Use the ATI: Skills Airway Management Step by Step Videos to develop this presentation

  1. Slide 1 – Title
  2. Slide 2- 3 – the required steps on how to properly care for an endotracheal tube (2 – 3 pictures)
  3. Slide 4 – 6 – the required steps on how to properly care for a tracheostomy tube, do not include how to sterile suction on these slides because you will discuss this on your next slides (2 – 3 pictures)
  4. Slide 7 – 8 – the different between Close (in-line suctioning) and sterile suctioning of a tracheostomy tube (2 – 3 pictures)

Direct Care Project Part 1: Assessment and Diagnosis

 

Directions for Part 1

  1. Review the Direct Care Project Overview above. Select topic (Air Quality OR Substance Use) from the table. This will be the topic of your entire course project.
  2. View the Direct Care Project Part 1 Tutorial (Links to an external site.).
  3. Download the corresponding Assessment and Diagnosis template under Templates below. For example, if you have selected Air Quality as your topic, download the Air Quality Assessment and Diagnosis Template. 
  4. Collect the data outlined in the template. There are two parts: 
    • Online data collection – gather data from the weblinks provided on the template 
      • Please note, if you live in Washington D.C. it may be listed as a  state or county. You may list the Washington D.C. data as state and  county, then compare to the U.S. data.
    • Modified windshield survey data collection – gather local community data by physically looking at your community 
      • If possible, plan on asking someone to drive during your survey so that you can take notes.
      • Your community should be the area where you live or the area  surrounding your work. The community must include a residential area and  be a large enough area to answer the survey questions. If you live in a  large area, you may choose a suburb.
      • Note: It is helpful to conduct this portion of the assessment at  least two different times: during the day or evening, on a weekday,  and/or on the weekend.
  5. Identify a nursing problem (nursing diagnosis) based on data and observations 
    • You must select a problem caused by your topic
    • Important: the problem you identify will be utilized in Parts 2, 3, and 4 of the project. 
  6. Identify the vulnerable population that the problem affects. This will also determine who you will present to in Part 3.
  7. Write the nursing diagnosis (See template and chapter 6 in Nies & McEwen textbook for more information)
  8. Submit template through the submit assignment button on this page.

Templates

Select and download from the links below the one that corresponds with selected topic:

Air Quality Assessment and Diagnosis Template (Links to an external site.)

Substance Use Assessment and Diagnosis Template (Links to an external site.)

Best Practices

  • Please use your browser’s File setting to save or print this page.
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  • Download and save the template (with your name) to your computer. Type directly on the template.
  • Spell check for spelling and grammar errors prior to final submission. 
  • Include your name and date on the template.
  • Use the rubric as a final check prior to submission to ensure all content is clearly addressed. 

Scholarly Sources and Citations

  • Since sources are on the template, citations are not needed.

DICUSSION

Mr. B is a 70 year old man who developed sub sternal chest pain radiating down his left arm while at home. He was taken to ER via ambulance. His breathing was labored, pulses rapid and weak, and his skin was cold and clammy. An ECG was done which revealed significant “Q” waves in most leads.  Troponin level was elevated. Arterial blood was drawn with the following results: Ph 7.22, PCO2 30 mm, Hg pO2 70 mm, Hg O2 88, HCO3 22 men/liter. Aside from the obvious diagnosis of MI, what is Mr. B’s acid base status and what is caused this disturbance?

Reply 1 and 2 ,150 words each one by 05/26/2021 at 6:00 pm ,please add references and citations

 

During your practicum, determine what clinical problem or issue the organization is facing. Discuss two implications for nursing.

One of the issues i have witnessed at the organisation im working with is nursing shortage which leads to the nurses who are present to possibly face nursing burnout which could directly implicate and affect nursing through lack of or reduced patient safety and satisfaction. 

In the majority of studies studied, low health and moderate to high levels of burnout are linked to poor patient care results such as medical errors and lack of standard care ( Hall et al., 2016).Burnout is a “state of critical fatigue that occurs as a result of persistent stress and being over worked. The stress could is realated to work coupled with that os life, resulting in feelings of work-related exhaustion and a reduction of personal achievement. Nurse burnout causesnurses to experience feelings of dread about their jobs, mental and physical fatigue, sleep problems, and depression causing the nurses to become disengaged from their patients.

Two biggest implications will be increase in infections and low ratings with lack of patient satisfaction. The nurses will loose some focus at some point which may potenetially lead to patient disengagement. If patients do not trust and believe their nurses then a lot will go wrong with the health care system. 

Reference

Hall, L. H., Johnson, J., Watt, I., Tsipa, A., & O’Connor, D. B. (2016). Healthcare Staff Wellbeing, Burnout, and Patient Safety: A Systematic Review. PloS one11(7), e0159015. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0159015

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During your practicum, determine what clinical problem or issue the organization is facing. Discuss two implications for nursing.

Working in mental health hospital has been challenging as well as rewarding for me. After discussing practicum topics with my preceptor and understanding the clinical issues the organization is facing, I have decided to work on patient safety concerns for my capstone course.

Patient safety has been one of the major concerns working with patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. This program is newly started in our organization, treating patients with major depressive disorder, dissociative identity disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder. Here patients are treated a little differently than other departments of the child, adolescent, adult, and eating disorder unit. Restrictions are not much as of others units. Here, patients are helped to work on their coping skills, internal work, and commitment to safety in the community. Safety concerns for self and others are considered a major priority in our trauma science program. According to World Health Organization (2021), public health issues are widespread: 450 million people worldwide suffer from mental or behavioral disorders, and almost one million people commit suicide each year. Depression, alcoholism, anxiety, and bipolar disorder are among the top ten causes of disease worldwide. In most countries, nurses are the largest group of professionals providing mental health care in both primary and specialist health services.

The two main nursing implications in mental health are building a professional nurse-patient relationship wherein the clear-cut boundaries are set for both patient and nurses, what can be discussed and what is not healthy for a therapeutic relationship. Because many times patients get so attached to particular nurses, based on how they deal with patients and become so dependent on these nurses to have them functioning their daily lives. Another essential nursing implication in inpatient care and especially in mental health nursing is effective communication, both verbal and nonverbal. For example, our patients have multiple triggers, so the right choice of words are crucial in developing a bond with these patients. They can read your body language very well, and they can very well manipulate things to work for them. Therefore, it is essential to establish a therapeutic nurse-patient relationship to help them in their treatment planning.

Reference

World Health Organization (2021), Developing Nursing Resources for Mental Health. Retrieved from https://www.who.int/mental_health/policy/mnh_nursing/en/

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