P8.4. a. Preventive controls such as authentication so anyone trying accessing the system has to provide credentials and verify their identity, encryption so sensitive information cannot be accessed, and have a strong internal environment that educates employees on security measures. Detective controls such as log analysis could be used to show determine if someone is trying to log on to a system and is unsuccessful. Corrective controls such as having an effective CIRT that can access the laptop and block or delete important information so the theft cannot access the laptop.
For example, when you develop tool for measure you need to test and retest. It means a posteriori and reliable. Furthermore, Positivism can controlled you designs and guarantee that outcome is true. They’re controlling bias by observation and detachment, try to find out the problem, hypothesis or outcome which lead to reality, seek to understand and provide a good practice in
CHAPTER THREE 3.0 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 3.1 Research Design A cross sectional descriptive study design was used in order to give a detailed description of the nurse’s knowledge, practice and challenges on the care of critically ill patients. In a cross sectional study, data were collected at one point in time, the phenomena under the study was captured during one period of data collection (Polit and Beck, 2008). Quantitative approach was used to collect and analyze data from the study participants; data was quantified in numerical values, percentages to enable statistical inferences. A quantitative method was chosen because it enables the researcher to test the relationship and examine cause and effect among dependent and independent variables.
This would help inform decision making clinically. Nevertheless, the journals or article must have a realistic research question (s) and objectives that would determine the appropriate research design. The study is a randomised control trial (RCT) quantitative study conducted by Rose et al. (2005) with the sole aim of determining the effectiveness of topical chloramphenicol for children presenting with acute infective conjunctivitis in a primary care sector, United Kingdom (UK). Bowling (2009) defines RCT as an experimental method for the evaluation of the effectiveness of health services and interventions in relation to specific conditions.
King Abdulaziz University offers a stand-alone module as part of their curriculum that has been adopted from the WHO Patient Safety Curriculum for Medical Schools (5). Thus, it resembles the intervention sample, as their program enables students to combine knowledge, attitudes and skills to achieve a deeper understanding of how their performance impacts on patient safety and the quality of healthcare. This paper aims to identify the problem regarding patient safety and evaluate the impact of teaching patient safety principles in one of its major universities in Saudi Arabia. It also evaluates the self-ratings of the students’ knowledge, attitudes and skills regarding errors and patient safety in a total of six medical schools in Saudi Arabia. It will highlight the initial results of the implementation and initial evaluation of the module by the medical students of King Abdulaziz University.
Capstone project Texila American University Block-6 FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO COMPETENCE IN HEALTH ASSESSMENT AMONG STUDENT NURSES AT KIBONDO SCHOOL OF NURSING Student name DEORATIUS ABEL DYUMURUSHI REGISTRATION NO: 17540 BSN –MSN Table of Contents ABSTRCT 3 INTRODUCTION 5 1.0 BACKGROUND OF STUDY 5 1.2 OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY 6 1.3 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY 7 1.4 RESEARCH QUESTIONS 7 1.5 SCOPE OF STUDY 7 1.6 LIMITATION 7 2.0 LITERATURE REVIEW 9 3.0METHODOLOGY 18 3.1 RESEARCH DESIGN 18 3.2 RESEARCH AREA 18 3.3 TARGET POPULATION 18 3.4 SAMPLING TECHNIQUE 19 3.5 INSTRUMENT FOR DATA COLLECTION 19 3.6.VALIDITY AND RELIABILITY 19 3.7.METHOD OF DATA COLLECTION 19 3.8.METHOD OF DATA ANALYSIS 20 3.9.ETHICAL CONSIDERATION 20 4.0 RESULT 20 5.0 DISSCUSSION OF THE RESULTS 28 5.1 IMPLICATION OF FINDINGS 29 6.0 CONCLUSION 30 References 31 ABSTRCT An assessment in health services to client is very crucial for better services. The assessment is taught in school and practice done on manikin there after on the actual client in clinical areas. WHO estimates death due to
The evidence criterion requires a systematic review or an assessment of the quality, quantity and consistency of the body of evidence for the measure focus. For outcome measures, NQF only requires a rationale that supports the relationship between the outcome and at least one process, intervention or service. The must-pass second criterion in the hierarchy is scientific acceptability of measure properties. The goal is to make valid conclusions about quality. If a measure is not reliable and valid, then there may be risk of misclassification and improper interpretation.
I am a Ph.D. student. I am engaged in the development of an application model of nursing records. This work is supported by a Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research. The content of my presentation is shown on the slide. As of 2015, 70 percent of hospitals with more than 400 beds in Japan have introduced electronic health recording system.
Patient’s age, sex, past medical and psychiatric history were noted. Dementia was diagnosed in accordance with ICD-10 criteria for research. Based on the information in an interview with the patient and a professional and data in the patient’s record, a geriatric psychiatrist made a diagnosis of major depression according to DSM-IV, if present. Result demonstrated that the patients’ mean (± SD) age was 82.9 ± 7.7 years, 103 (66%) were females. A factor analysis of
SECTION C: SYSTEMATIC ROLE PLAY Fatemeh Vizeshfar, Fereshteh Dehghanrad, Mahboobeh Magharei, Seyed Mohammad Javad Sobhani (2016), The quasi-experimental study was conducted to compare the effect of lecture and role playing education on nursing students ' learning and to determine the relationship between students ' characteristics and scores of theoretical exam and their role playing checklist. This study was consisting of 228 nursing students which were enrolled in the third semester undergraduate training in Shiraz nursing faculty. This intervention was carried out in the course of learning process and principals of patient training. The results was included on 127 female students (57%) and 101 male students (44.3%) were consisting samples
New or unknown workstation applications require a risk review and to meet the minimum UnitedHealth Group acceptable risk. Explanation • Some endpoint applications will not have a thorough risk review and may be approved without comprehensive verification. • Modify? Subsection 5.1.06.01 –Restricted Use of System Audit Tools Current Statement Unauthorized usage of network diagnostic, monitoring and system audit tools may cause security exposures or system availability issues if not utilized in a controlled, scheduled manner. Possession, distribution or use of network or system diagnostic, monitoring and system audit tools is limited to designated and authorized employees or contractors in accordance with their job responsibilities, per 09.2.01 Non-Essential Services.
All of the patches in the system that are have not been re-patched which leaves the system with vulnerabilities. This risk leaves the business system open for hackers to break in and access all of the companies’ personal information The businesses should make sure that all of the patches are re-patched to reduce risk of business Physical Security 7. Most of the companies and schools use cipher lock to restrict the access to the certain area of companies or school. The individuals who are not authorized can do shoulder surfing to gain access to the restricted areas. To reduce the risk, companies or schools should use multi authentication.
Furthermore, when you receive an email do not open any attachments unless you know 100% who sent the email and that the attachment is safe. Malware can be programmed into attachments and programmed to forward emails without the account holder knowing. If you weren’t expecting an attachment; don’t open it! In addition to having good email practice, keep your operating system (OS) and anti-virus up-to-date. Having an anti-virus that scans your emails is a must.
The paper was written for the Health promotion III course. Through research I was able to analyze the effectiveness of the MI protocol and the effect that prompt initiation of the protocol had on the patients, as well as look at the nursing role in the protocol. Artifact #2 was written during the Pharmacology course, and is a teaching plan for a patient taking the drug Keflex (Cephalosporin). Through research of the drug a partner and I were able to identify nursing interventions and education necessary when caring for a patient on this drug. The teaching plan enabled us to look at the various side effects and contraindications for the drug that could