International Journal of Medical Informatics, 84(5), 308–318. doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2015.01.018 Running Head: Annotated bibliography 3 The specific aims of this journal are cultivate strategies to a methodology and tools, which is for clinical decision support systems in order to reduce the occurrence of medication administration errors. Moreover, the writers revealed there is seemed undervalue their necessity for support to the medication administration decision support tools by nurses’ evaluation as well as their actual performance. Navas, H., Graffi Moltrasio, L., Ares, F., Strumia, G., Dourado, E., & Alvarez, M. (2015). Using mobile devices to improve the safety of medication administration processes.
Comparative study Jurisdictions who have set up systems of reporting on quality indicators Questions to be answered - How they define quality - Entity responsible for collecting data and the structure of the entity - CQC - If the institution is independently regulated or self-regulated - Independent - Pros and cons of each approach - How different stakeholders collaborate to a England Regulator The Care Quality Commission (previously the Healthcare Commission) is an independent regulator of health and social care in England. It regulates the quality of care provided by the National Health Service, public service, local authorities and voluntary organisations in the United Kingdom. The CQC was established by the Health and Social Care
Not only does this prove children will receive greater test scores, but also their social skills are without a doubt good enough to be successful in life. These children who are to become adolescents do in fact become more well-off in their education and social life by being able to communicate well with others and making good choices, due to delaying
Examples of Consumer Vulnerability: Sometimes consumer vulnerability can be a transient state that affects people at different periods of time, or it can be long-term in effect. The key factors that are the triggers of vulnerability are not intrinsic factors to the consumer but are external factors. It may be triggered by events or actions such as loss of a job, bereavement, the onset of disability, or becoming a carer. Vulnerability is usually multi-dimensional. For example carers are likely to be on low incomes and more at risk of poor health; similarly many people with mental health issues are likely to be on a low income.
The impoverished have the option to do something about the situation that they have been put in, yet they choose to become dependent on the rest of the world. Another highly problematic situation in concern with Peter Singer’s solution is the loss of social lives because this affects a wide scope of people. I believe the cons far outweigh the pros in Singer’s Solution, and it is important that the government aid and attend to the issue at
(2009) research study is a quantitative study which seeks to determine what is the best evidence-based research that relates to oral care practices for ICU nurses. The purpose of this study is to describe the oral-care practices of ICU Nurses, compare these practices to current evidence, and determine whether personal demographics or professional characteristics were related to evidence-based, oral-care practice (Ganz et al., 2009). The independent variable in this study is the ICU nurses personal demographics and profession while the dependent variable is the measure of the priority in oral care
According to Kentucky Department for Public Health, teens whose parents are more involved with them and know what they do in their free time are more likely to have higher self-confidence, better academic standing and veer away from negative behavior. Positive parental involvement takes time, patience and the skills because it means being available and catering to the child whenever they are in need of attention but it will surely pay off in the future. One great step to becoming involved with the child is to have family dinners which give both parent and child room for conversation in a familiar environment (Drinkworth, Positive & Negative Influences of Parents on their Children). One father stated his goal in parenting this
The purpose of this paper is to review and synthesize the existing literature related to the potential impact of increasing minority representation in health care system on ethnic disparities. Therefore, the research question is: “How does minority representation in the healthcare workforce affect ethnic disparities in the medical field?” First of all, I will discuss the conflict of ethnic disparities in the United States. Second, I will discuss the impact on minority’s interest and communication. The following sections will explore discrimination
This essay will look at the importance of illness narratives in healthcare when treating patients living with chronic illnesses. Narrative will be defined and discussed, along with chronic illness and biographical disruption. The impact of illness narratives on chronic illness and the consequent diagnosis and treatment of chronic illness in the healthcare context will also be discussed. "One of our most powerful forms for expressing suffering and experiences related to suffering is the narrative." (Hydén1997).
age, race, ethnicity, primary language)” (National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, Institute of Medicine and Board on Health Care Services, Board on Health Care Services, Board on Population Health and Public Health Practice and Committee on Accounting for Socioeconomic Status in Medicare Payment Programs, 2016 p. 3). Sociodemographic Characteristics and Student Behavior Sociodemographics are indispensable factors to consider in the study of problem behaviors. Naik and Jogdand (2013) had identified several sociodemographic variables