There is much confusion on the meaning and interactions of theories, frameworks and models. What do each of these concepts mean and how do they provide a framework for nursing practice?
Compare and contrast the structural anatomy of the superior and inferior chambers of the heart. What anatomical characteristics are similar in both? Which features are unique to a particular chamber? For each feature, indicate its location and include a brief description of its function. Use terms like endocardium, myocardium, epicardium, the names of great vessels, auricle, papillary muscle, pectinate muscle, types/names of valves, fossa ovalis, chordae tendineae, interventricular septum, parts of the conduction system.
The title of the article is: “Anxiety in adults with autism: Perspectives from practitioners by Kirsty Ainswortha, Ashley E. Robertsonb, Heather Welshc, Matthew Dayd, Jane Watte, Fiona Barrye, Andrew Stanfieldf, Craig Melville”. Answer the following question according to the article.
A. Do the researchers discuss the relevance of the findings to clinical practice?
B. Do the researchers discuss how this study adds to current science?
C. Do the researchers make any suggestions for future research based on their findings?
D. How will the findings influence nursing practice?
E. How do the researchers handle bias?
F. Do the researchers discuss data saturation?
In your own words, provide a 100-word discussion of each of the following eight topics. Each mini-essay earns from zero to three points. Points earned are based on a writing skills rubric. The maximum points available for this assignment is 24 points.
Topic #1: Compare and contrast managed care and case management.
Topic #2: Discuss four milestones in the history and evolution of case management systems.
Topic #3: Compare and contrast acute care case management vs. palliative care case management.
Topic #4: Discuss the role of the case manager in the areas of management and leadership.
Topic #5: Discuss the role of the case manager in the areas of provision of case management services and outcomes evaluation.
Topic #6: Discuss the case manager's utilization of negotiating skills. Provide an example of such a negotiation.
Topic #7: Discuss the history of Medicare and compare and contrast Medicare Part A vs. Medicare Part B.
Topic #8: Discuss the history of Medicaid and describe the categories of Medicaid eligibility. What is the primary function of Medicaid?
quality standards for a general hospital
1. Describe a scenario in which managed care provides an effective solution. Discuss the benefits of managed care in this scenario.
2. Describe a scenario in which case management provides an effective solution. Discuss the benefits of case management in this scenario.
1. Discuss an example in which case management was done poorly.
2. Describe how you would have managed these circumstances and provided a high level of quality care.
State a current E. coli. outbreak of foodborne illness in the news and include the following information
explain how RER is determined, what information it provides, and how this measure can be flawed in certain circumstances
Consider social issues of ethical import such as poverty, drug use, and/or lack of health care, what ethical problems that arise related to those particular issues? How would care-based and rights theory of ethics solve those problems.
Are those solutions correct? Why or why not?
What is your own approach there?
Mr. Bryan is a 29-year-old married man who came to the medical office because, over the last three years, he has progressively increased the size of his shoes, and he has resized his wedding ring three times. He says his feet and hands have grown. He has also noticed that his face has turned coarse. He was a very active man and practiced sports, but now he fatigues just by walking, and feels weakness in his muscles and stiffness in his joints. He is depressed because in the last few months he has been experiencing erectile dysfunction, which is affecting his relationship with his wife. He feels he is losing his vision as well.
Mr. Bryan does not drink alcohol, smoke, or use any recreational drug. His mother suffers from diabetes mellitus type II, and his father suffers from hypertension.
On physical examination we found:
Answer the following:
Mr. Bryan, has numerous skin tags. Are these skin lesions benign or malignant? What are some other skin tumors that we have to rule out in this case?
Is the patient prone to skin infections? What are the most common skin infections you know?
8. A systematic way to perform a physical assessment is to use the acronym RNS HOPE. Explain the meaning of this acronym.
9. As you position and drape an older adult patient, what care points must you consider?
10. Under what conditions is a neurologic check performed?