Create a 10-15 slide Power Point presentation of your evidence-based intervention and change proposal to be disseminated to an interprofessional audience of leaders and stakeholders. Include the intervention, evidence-based literature, objectives, resources needed, anticipated measurable outcomes, and how the intervention would be evaluated. Submit the presentation in the digital classroom for feedback from the instructor.
The grant writing and submission process can be intimidating and overwhelming. There are some tips that experts have provided to assist the novice through the process. Grants are a way to fund innovative ideas and most often come from private industries (Waxman, 2013). Understanding the process of creating a grant proposal for success depends on how the proposal was completed and what institution the grant is submitted to, government department, corporation, foundation, or trust (Fritz, 2019). Additionally, the process includes several necessary steps to be successful, including locating a funding source.
Why does the distinction between nursing as a practice and academic discipline matter? Should PhD prepared nurses assume a role in resolving this issue?
Discuss the role of today’s perioperative nurse has changed and how you, the BSN-prepared nurse, can play a vital role regarding evidence-based practice. Please your reference should be from 2016 to date. No plagiarism and please check your grammar with Grammarly.
Reducing medication errors: A medical surgical unit manager has had a significant increase in medication administration errors over the last two months. The errors involve many staff members and are occurring on all shifts. The budget does not allow for the purchase of new administration system. Your task is to propose a plan to decrease medication administration errors from the nursing staff within these parameters.
Topic: REDUCING MEDICATION ERROR
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When I used to work in acute care setting then I have seen death up close. Patients have asked for help then collapsed and never have made it back. I have performed CPR in many cases in some patient have recovered and then in some their was no recovery.
When I started working in health care field death was a very scary topic as we do not wish death on any of our patients. It was a scary feeling when you had to take care of dying patients have up close experience with death. I had not experienced any personal deaths in family and having my patient dying was the first time I had seen death up close. It has changed my views on death as for people suffering in pain for chronic illness such as cancer. Death is door to get away from the pain.
Death will always be a hard thing for me to accept does not matter its family or a patient. As when we take care of patients, we develop a bond and when you hear them dying it’s still a shocked feeling and sense of empathy towards the dying. This is not a place where someone will wake up from their sleep next day. One has to realize that they will never be able to hold or touch their dying family members.
It has gotten some what easier to point where when it expected death, I am not in sense of shock but compare to Someone dying all of sudden. I had heard one of my patients only twenty-three-year-old died due to COVID and Pulmonary embolism. I cannot say if working in health care and seeing death has changed my thought and fear about death. But all I can say depending on the situation of dying my thoughts of shock and empathy might be long lasting or short lasting.
How often do you engage with or witness death in your work? How has this experience or the lack of it shaped your view of death? Has it gotten easier or harder for you to accept the fact of death? As you explain, include your clinical specialty.
Using 200-300 words APA format with at least two references. Sources must be published within the last 5 years.
Discuss the tenets of nursing’s metaparadigm. Identify the personal philosophy of nursing.
– Discuss personal philosophy of nursing.
– Articulate changes in personal philosophy over time.
– Discuss factors that impacted change in the personal philosophy of nursing.
In 250-300 words, answer the following questions:
Do you have any preconceptions regarding perioperative nursing? What are your goals for this class?
*APA is not required, however, correct sentence structure, spelling, and punctuation are required. Please no plagiarism and check your grammar with Grammarly.
Prepare an 8-10 page data analysis and quality improvement initiative proposal based on a health issue of interest. Include internal and external benchmark data, evidence-based recommendations to improve health care quality and safety, and communication strategies to gain buy-in from all interprofessional team members responsible for implementing the initiative.
Health care providers are perpetually striving to improve care quality and patient safety. To accomplish enhanced care, outcomes need to be measured. Next, data measures must be validated. Measurement and validation of information support performance improvement. Health care providers must focus attention on evidence-based best practices to improve patient outcomes.
Health informatics, along with new and improved technologies and procedures, are at the core of all quality improvement initiatives. Data analysis begins with provider documentation, researched process improvement models, and recognized quality benchmarks. All of these items work together to improve patient outcomes. Professional nurses must be able to interpret and communicate dashboard information that displays critical care metrics and outcomes along with data collected from the care delivery process.
For this assessment, use your current role or assume a role you hope to have. You will develop a quality improvement (QI) initiative proposal based on a health issue of professional interest. To create this proposal, analyze a health care facility’s dashboard metrics and external benchmark data. Include evidence-based recommendations to improve health care quality and safety relating to your selected issue. Successful QI initiatives depend on the support of nursing staff and other members of the interprofessional team. As a result, a key aspect of your proposal will be the communication strategies you plan to use to get buy-in from these team members.