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A) create  4 sections labeled with -quality and safety -evidence-based practice

A) create 4 sections labeled with -quality and safety -evidence-based practice -applied leadership -community and population health B) Briefly describe each section by drawing on your clinical experience (skills labs simulation or professional experience clinical rotation)¦.Personal reflections should be included. C) Acknowledge sources D) Demonstrate professional communication in the content.

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A small group of nurses, employed at a large community hospital, were unhappy ab

A small group of nurses employed at a large community hospital were unhappy about their work environment and would meet daily during lunch to discuss the situation. There had been a recent change in the hospitals senior management which caused a high level of uncertainty and anxiety among the nursing staff. The nurses felt overworked as a result of the industrys current nursing shortage. Their wages and benefits had been stagnant with no salary market adjustments for the past two years. The nurses saw the situation as management requiring them to do more work with fewer resources with no appreciation or recognition of their efforts. Whenever the nurses approached management with their concerns they perceived them as falling on deaf ears since no changes were made. Feeling like they had no other choice the nurses contacted a labor union. The labor union began an organizing effort in the hospital shortly thereafter holding an aggressive campaign over a six-week period. There was tremendous peer pressure as some of the well-respected nursing staff became active leaders for unionization although they were not part of the initial group of nurses who had contacted the union. The election was held and the union was voted in by two-thirds of the nursing staff. In the weeks that followed the original group of nurses remarked that they were surprised by the unions victory; they had only wanted to scare management into making changes to their work environment. Using Blake and Moutons Leadership Grid explain and discuss the leadership style displayed by management to the nursing staff. Support your analysis with scholarly sources. Note: Blake and Moutons Leadership Grid can be found in Chapter 9 “ Trait and Behavioral Theories of Leadership of Organizational Behavior in Health Care in the Trident Online Library.

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a state regulation from a state of your choice on the topic below. an annotated

a state regulation from a state of your choice on the topic below. an annotated copy of the regulation including the sections you reviewed to answer the questions in the following format: Topic: Frontline workers are required to be immunized for influenza and potentially other contagious diseases. Where does this requirement come from and how does the state regulation ensure compliance?

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A strategic goal of any healthcare organization is the quality performance of th

A strategic goal of any healthcare organization is the quality performance of the employees. The Institute of Medicine (1998) created the most accepted definition of quality in the healthcare industry: patient services current with scientific knowledge that result in a desired health outcome. Research information on high-performance organizations and provide 5 strategic methods that could be used to improve employee productivity in the healthcare organization impacting quality. 800 words atleast 6peer reviewed sources within 5 years

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A student asks the healthcare professional to explain the pathophysiologic proce

A student asks the healthcare professional to explain the pathophysiologic process of alcoholic cirrhosis. What statement by the professional would not be consistent with complete knowledge about this process? Competing needs arise within any organization as employees seek to meet their targets and leaders seek to meet company goals. As a leader successful management of these goals requires establishing priorities and allocating resources accordingly. Within a healthcare setting the needs of the workforce resources and patients are often in conflict. Mandatory overtime implementation of staffing ratios use of unlicensed assisting personnel and employer reductions of education benefits are examples of practices that might lead to conflicting needs in practice. Leaders can contribute to both the problem and the solution through policies action and inaction. In this Assignment you will further develop the white paper you began work on in Module 1 by addressing competing needs within your organization. To Prepare: Review the national healthcare issue/stressor you examined in your Assignment for Module 1 and review the analysis of the healthcare issue/stressor you selected. Identify and review two evidence-based scholarly resources that focus on proposed policies/practices to apply to your selected healthcare issue/stressor. Reflect on the feedback you received from your colleagues on your Discussion post regarding competing needs. The Assignment (4-5 pages): Developing Organizational Policies and Practices Add a section to the paper you submitted in Module 1. The new section should address the following: Identify and describe at least two competing needs impacting your selected healthcare issue/stressor. Describe a relevant policy or practice in your organization that may influence your selected healthcare issue/stressor. Critique the policy for ethical considerations and explain the policys strengths and challenges in promoting ethics. Recommend one or more policy or practice changes designed to balance the competing needs of resources workers and patients while addressing any ethical shortcomings of the existing policies. Be specific and provide examples. Cite evidence that informs the healthcare issue/stressor and/or the policies and provide two scholarly resources in support of your policy or practice recommendations. Due to the nature of this assignment your instructor may require more than 7 days to provide you with quality feedback.

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A successful literature review is a key component to any research project. Condu

A successful literature review is a key component to any research project. Conducting good research without a solid foundation is difficult. What are some of the most critical components of a good literature review? How will you ensure that you write a successful literature review for your planned research proposal? What are some of the challenges you foresee when writing your literature review? 1 page

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Policy Trends And Ethics In Nursing

A SWOT analysis is used as a strategic planning technique by businesses and/or individuals to identifystrengths weaknesses opportunities and threatsto a planned project. It identifies conditions that are favorable or unfavorable to achieving the goal of the project by grouping them into categories: Strengths and Weakness are frequently internally related while Opportunities and Threats commonly focus on environmental factors. Strengths: characteristics of the projected solution that give it an advantage over others. Weaknesses: characteristics that place the projected solution at a disadvantage relative to others. Opportunities: elements in the environment that the projected solution could exploit to its advantage. Threats: elements in the environment that could cause trouble for the projected solution. Instructions: Download the worksheet attached to this assignment below. Based on what you found in your annotated bibliography identify a plan that you could propose/implement that addresses your health issue. Be specific and list the objectives and the interventions needed on the worksheet. Then list 3 each of the strengths weaknesses opportunities and threats to your proposed solution. Finally list ways you can capitalize on the strengths and opportunities and ways you can mitigate the weaknesses and threats when thinking about your plan.

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A shift in paradigm is occurring across the United States from volume- to value-

A shift in paradigm is occurring across the United States from volume- to value-based care. Reflect upon your organizational culture to address the following. 1-Describe the culture of your organization as it relates to patient safety. 2-Identify one opportunity to improve patient safety outcomes. Propose a strategy for the implementation of this improvement initiative. 3-Describe the current technology used to support patient safety. Identify the potential unintended consequences of this technology. Propose solutions to address these potential consequences. 4-Describe an incident in which patient safety was or had the potential to be compromised due to an emphasis on volume-based care. Please answer each question separated and use 3 sources no later than 5 years.

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A pt. reported coughing frequently and shortness of breath at times, had a cold

A pt. reported coughing frequently and shortness of breath at times had a cold with a low grade fever and runny nose about 2 weeks ago and the symptoms seem to appear after the cold. Pt. appears in moderate respiratory distress with suprasternal and intercostal retractions. Vital signs include temperature of 100 A°F a respiratory rate of 32 BPM HR 120 BPM and O2 95% RA. Lung is notable for diffuse symmetrical expiratory wheezes nasal mucosa is erythematous with boggy turbinates and clear mucus. Discuss the differences in the pathophysiology for asthma vs pneumonia. Include your thougths as to the diagnosis for this case. A minimum of 150 words scholarly written APA formatted and referenced. A minimum of 2 references are required

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A researcher based in Miami wants to learn about the experiences of homeless peo

A researcher based in Miami wants to learn about the experiences of homeless people in the United States by conducting interviews with them. He plans to conduct in-person interviews with the homeless people he samples. He is having trouble deciding how to draw a representative sample of homeless people because homeless people are difficult to find often move from place to place and are often cycled in and out of homelessness. The researcher has one year and a $5 000 grant with which to conduct his interviews. Your task is to help this researcher. 1. What is the population he wants to generalize to? 2. What are possible sampling frames (sources) from which he can draw his sample? 3. What do you think would be a good/realistic sample size? 4. What sampling methods would you suggest he uses? Why?