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Informatics and Nursing Quiz 1 – Flashcards 75 terms
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Paula Corcoran
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Information And Technology National Patient Safety Goals Nursing Nursing-LPN Pharmaceutical Sciences Teamwork And Collaboration
Chapter 1: Introduction to Medical-Surgical Nursing Practice ONE – Flashcards 22 terms
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Michael Seabolt
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Decision Support System General Systems Theory Health Computing Nursing Personal Health Record Teamwork And Collaboration
Informatics – Flashcards 47 terms
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Tony Foust
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Cognitive Cognitive Psychology Computer Science Direct Patient Care Educational Technology Electronic Medical Record Health Computing Nursing Teamwork And Collaboration
UCC2 Advanced Information Management & The Application of Technology – Flashcards 76 terms
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Matthew Carle
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Anthropology Big Five Personality Traits Business Management Organizational Behavior Politics of the United States Sexual Harassment In The Workplace Teamwork And Collaboration
Flashcards on Intuition In Organizational Behavior 655 terms
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Charles Clay
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Business Management Careers Close Your Eyes Skills And Knowledge Teamwork And Collaboration
Principles of Management Final Exam – Chapter 15 – Flashcards 96 terms
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Kelly Fisher
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Business Management Centralized Decision Making Cross Functional Teams Decentralized Decision Making Full Time Employee Strategic Business Unit Teamwork And Collaboration Top Down Approach
chapter 3 fundamentals of organization structure – Flashcards 62 terms
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Marlon Riddle
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What is Teamwork and Collaboration?
function effectively within nursing and inter-professional teams fostering communication and sharing decision-making
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A nurse meets with the registered dietitian and physical therapist to develop a plan of care that focuses on improving nutrition and mobility for a patient. This is an example of which Quality and Safety in the Education of Nurses (QSEN) competency? 1.Patient-centered care 2.Safety 3.Teamwork and collaboration 4.Informatics
3.Teamwork and collaboration
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A nurse conducted a literature review on effective methods for patient teaching. Based on the literature search, the nurse develops a unit-based protocol for using the Teach Back method when providing patient teaching. This is an example of which Quality and Safety in the Education of Nurses (QSEN) competency? 1.Patient-centered care 2.Safety 3.Teamwork and collaboration 4.Evidence-based practice
Attitudes for Teamwork and Collaboration:
*Appreciate importance of intra and inter-professional collaboration * Value the expertise of all heath team members *Value teamwork
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Which QSEN competency is exemplified when nurses work with individuals from other departments and disciplines to address conflict​ situations? ​Evidence-based practice Safety Quality improvement Teamwork and collaboration
Knowledge for Teamwork and Collaboration:
*Describe your function within health team *Know Your scope of practice *Understand various communication style and preferences *Know impact of team functioning for pt safety
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Skills for Teamwork and Collaboration:
*Act w/ integrity and respect for others *Function competently w/in scope of practice *Communicate w/ team members *Provide safe handoffs among providers
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Cell phones are one of the tools firms use to support teamwork and collaboration
p. 888, Patient-Centered Care; Teamwork and Collaboration The patient is a 32-year-old woman with acute lymphocytic leukemia. After successful induction therapy, she received a bone marrow transplant with cells donated by her only sibling, a 27-year-old sister. The first transplant failed to engraft. The patient was transplanted a second time with cells donated by the same sister. It is now 5 weeks after the second transplant and there are no indications of engraftment. A third transplant is planned but the sister is reluctant to donate again because she is worried that bone marrow donation may decrease her chances of ever becoming pregnant. The parents of the two sisters are astounded that the younger daughter appears willing to let her sister die rather than go through another bone marrow harvesting procedure. 1. How should the patient, parents, and donating sister be approached and by whom? 2. Legally, should this sister be asked to donate again? 3. In what way does bone marrow harvesting affect fertility?
1. The parents and patient should be reminded that the bone marrow harvesting procedures are quite uncomfortable for the sister, and both the procedure and anesthesia present a potential risk to her health. Remind the parents that if the donor sister really did not care about the patient, she would not have agreed to donate at all. It is possible that the donor sister feels that her previous suffering through the harvesting procedures has been wasted because the graft did not take. In addition, if the patient, parents, and others on the health care team just assume that she will donate again, the donor sister may be feeling unappreciated and less important to her parents than the sister with leukemia. The sister should be interviewed by a counselor not involved in the transplant issue to determine her real concerns and to act as the donor’s advocate. Clergy may also be helpful here. 2. At most stem cell transplant centers, the issue of repeated harvesting is raised before the donor agrees to donate. Usually, the informed consent statement indicates that the donor is willing to participate until a graft is successful. Legally, the sister has an obligation; however, it is wrong to coerce anyone at any stage of this situation. The donor sister should be reminded of the complete and accurate facts regarding her own health and future fertility. Even though time is running out, the option to harvest stem cells by plasma pheresis is still an option and one that the donor sister may find more acceptable than bone marrow harvesting. 3.Bone marrow harvesting and pheresis appear to have no known long-term effects on fertility. The donor may feel tired or be anemic for several weeks after donation, but these are temporary effects.
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