I believe I did well at performing the postpartum assessments, postpartum teaching to prevent hemorrhage, and performing the SIPOV check. I was effective at these techniques because I viewed the medcom videos on blackboard
In this section, I will break down the experiment and its materials. I will start with prepping the materials and then go into the methods and step by step instructions on how the experiment was performed and finally concluding with some key points that ensure the data is not skewed because of outside variables. To collect the Ctenophora one needs to have a device that allows collection with out influencing the behavior of the animals or water too much. For this experiment I used a Plastic Canvas, a (insert material here) bucket, plastic container, and yarn. To set up the bucket for collecting, I cut out a circle, with a Diameter of 4 inches, on the bottom of the bucket and placed the plastic canvas down to cover the hole.
Her leadership in the Technology Student Association (TSA) clearly demonstrates this; she joined purely out of curiosity and a desire to learn new skills, and, as a result, she has come to excel in the events she chose to explore. I had the honor of working alongside Kelsey on the TSA officer team, and in our most competitive event, Chapter Team. As a part of both teams, Kelsey has shown her ability to work well with others. She always pulls her weight and more. As an officer, she has dedicated her time to ensuring that all members feel welcome.
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Garcia Group topic: Break the Behavior Chain PO was on time for OP group and moderately participated in the group activities that include: learning the behavior chain sequences; identifying personal behavior chain for high risk situation; discussing alternative ways to break the destructive behavior. PO completed “Behavior Chain” mapping exercise and openly shared with the group members about the behavior that she would like to change with. PO stated “I try to be a good sister and a good daughter. I am working on rebuild my relationship with my family. It is hard, but I am trying.”
Recap on Racquel’s Training Racquel was very receptive to reviewing training procedures and information on clients. We started with JPM prayer where she has been flagging. She was not aware of the changes made and I reviewed the quick reference as well as the info page with her. I did ask her to show me exactly how she sets up her screen each morning. She can see the quick reference as she takes calls.
Over the years she has felt like she has improved my multi-tasking skills, and thinking more objectively. She
This meeting gave all parties an opportunity to present their perspective of the issue. “Disciplinary expertise is maximized when members of the interdisciplinary healthcare team can routinely employ strong relational skills and effectively coordinate their work with others” (Weiss, Tilin, & Morgan, p.2014, p. xxiii). Resolution The interdisciplinary meeting and subsequent follow-up meeting achieved a successful resolution.
The sixth quarter of the program, plenty more of exciting things to learn. Because in nursing, there are so many areas I can enjoy and fit in. I am very excited about this quarter even things get, though. I had a great experience last week, and I learned different things. It was interesting when I listened to the therapist while she was asking questions about stress management.
Beverly Jimenez, also known as, ‘Dr.Sissy’, stretches out of her petite, cozy office and steps into the ample operatory with dark orange walls and sticky purple chairs. Sounds of suction and the metal clanking of tools can be heard. She is asked to take a look at her patient's teeth whenever she is ready. She takes a seat on the low stool and opens her metal tools from their blue transparent package. She begins to examine the teeth of a young girl.
The first thing I would say about today was thought provoking. What I mean by that is it appears that everyone has different organizational skills. Plus not everyone thinks at the same speed or reacts in the same way. Anyways, I noticed throughout today that I was sometimes one step ahead of my nurse. I was even able to help him find different areas of the charting when he got confused, where something in particular was in the charting.
It was a cold February morning and the countdown had finally arrived. I had just signed out with staff duty to start my leave so I could make that road trip from Fort Carson, Colorado to San Antonio, TX. Only thing this trip was no vacation, it was the last visit I will never forget. I was headed to see my sister in law, Vicki who was in the intensive care unit for leukemia. The thoughts and emotions running through my mind had made the drive so difficult for me.
As a highly motivated dental assistant, I offered excellent clinical and customer relations and skills gained through the Air Force technical school training in Ft. Sam Houston, Texas. I excelled in the Air Force Dental Assistant Program and graduated as the Honor Student with an overall grade of 97% number one in the class. The Honor Graduate is given to Airman who exemplify the "whole person" concept which included leadership, attitude, military bearing and behavior. Another award received was the Outstanding Leadership Award along with passing Infection Control and Radiology exams.