Pharmacology Self Reflections Neida Blondet Frontier Nursing University Prescribing medications to patients is a part of the advanced practice registered nurse’s (ARNP) role. As I started Advanced Pharmacology a few short eleven weeks ago, I did not realize how much more there was to that “simple” task. As I reflect on my journey through Advanced Pharmacology, I will share with you a few important facts about my journey, such as how my expectations of prescribing changed, any ah ha moments I had, what I felt to be the most significant piece of knowledge I acquired and finally what I think about Florida’s approved medication schedule for ARNPs. As I began Advanced Pharmacology, my perception of prescribing medications was that it
Working closely with the Freedmen’s Bureau and other African American physicians,
Growing up, both my parents have been taking medications for high blood pressure and diabetes, I had a great interest in the health field since then. After I completed my first bachelor degree in Health and Wellness, I have had the privilege of working at Rite Aid pharmacy for a little over two years. I consider my experiences and knowledge that I gained there to have been valuable in my academic career thus far. I have met and worked with local pharmacists and I hope to become one of them one day. Not only were they kind enough to offer their time in letting me shadow them, but each of them went out of their way to explain the process of filling medications in the pharmacy.
This is where Kaylee built the foundation to have such a successful future. Kaylee’s love for her jobs, started at a very young age. The show Grey 's Anatomy originally sparked her interest in being a part of the medical community. She has helped over 10,000 patients with her world renowned radiation treatments. She is now one of the most prestigious
Module 1 - Critical assignment Throughout this essay the author will explore the possible impacts of leadership upon patient experience based on a recent patient observation untaken on the 18th December 2017 at the Eye Care Clinic: an outpatient department within Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth. This clinical service was chosen as it deals with a diverse selection of Portsmouth’s population and was recently highlighted, by the trust, to need feedback due to recent friends and family questionnaire feedback. The area chosen for the observation was a section of the clinic which included a waiting room (between 20-25 chairs) and 5 clinic rooms.
(Northwestern Memorial Hospital, 2014). Mission Statement: Northwestern Memorial Hospital is committed to provide the communities they are serving the highest quality of healthcare through special access to clinical services with merciful and personal care. Vision: Northwest Hospital is a community of health professionals who care, value and recognize for promoting well-being through detecting and preventing early diseases, with least invasive interventions, and advanced clinical practices. Purpose of the Grant:
Hospital Compare is where people can go to get data on the quality of care that is offered at over 4,000 hospitals. The quality of care is extremely important because people want to know if they will be getting the best care at one of these hospitals, and how does a physician treat the patient if they are ill. The information that you can get about hospitals is, how does the hospital rate compared to all of the other hospitals, the hospital’s location, how patients can get a hold of the hospital, is the hospital a rehabilitation hospital, a psychiatric hospital, a general hospital, or a specialty hospital, and what is the hospital called. Also, the information that you can find on hospitals is, how did a recent patient observe the hospital based on their hospital experience, this saying, how did the patient rate the hospital on how well the physicians, and nurses communicated with them. This is extremely important because at a hospital you want doctor, and nurses to answer any questions they might have.
Appropriate treatment reduces the probability of the patient's death or permanent disability. Hierarchal levels of trauma center - Generally, a trauma care center is segregated into four different levels. Level 1 is the highest level and is well equipped with emergency medicine, nursing care, critical care and other imaging services. In the lower levels, a traumatic injury can be treated the up-to-the process of stabilization and then the patient is referred to a higher level of trauma care.
REFLECTION OF THE INTERVIEW 2.1 Description A component of the Effective Communication module, is an Inter-professional Education (IPE) enrichment activity and we were put into groups with the Pharmacy students. There were in total 2 Nursing students and 3 Pharmacy students. We were tasked to interview a healthcare professional. We interviewed Dr Edwin Lim from Tzu Chi Free Health Screening and Free Clinic (TCFC). He specialises in Family Medicine.
The emergency doctor is a specialist in advanced cardiac life support, resuscitation, trauma care such as fractures and soft tissue injuries, and management of other life-threatening situations. The primary goal of the emergency room staff is to stabilize the patient's condition by doing the first diagnosis and treatment the acute problem. Working in an emergency room (ER) requires assessment skills, flexibility and the ability to function in a high-stress department. Emergency department staff work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. The ER team consists of nurses, physicians, medical and radiology technicians and more, working in unison to stabilize the patient who makes an unplanned visit to the ER for urgent health care.
Dr. Hedge currently practices at Northridge Hospital Medical Center in California. He is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation, brain injury medicine, and spinal cord injury medicine.) Tierney Darden is also to be interviewed by Tom Grzesik, vocational rehab expert, sometime this month. (Research shows only defense work. A friend of mine, a defense attorney that tries catastrophic cases, used him once, liked him and said he would use him again.)
For PYC-652 Advanced Health Assessment, my clinical site will be the Richard A. Roudebush Veterans Affairs Medical Center. This site is located in Indianapolis, Indiana. I will be working with a nurse practitioner who works in one of the primary care clinics located at the hospital. According to my preceptor, the four most common diagnoses she encounters is type II diabetes mellitus, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and chronic kidney disease.
Because this type of hospital handles general medical complaints they may or may not run special tests such as drug or mental health panels. They are not required to upon intake, it is left to their discretion. Psychiatric hospital. This hospital specializes in psychiatric care and is expected to run a full mental health screening on all patients upon intake. They may or may not run
IN THE HEALTH CARE ALTERNATIVE RESOLUTION OFFICE OF FLORIDA NORTHCHASE NORTH PARCEL 45 COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, INC., a Florida not-for-profit corporation, Claimant, -vs- LINDSEY RICHMOND, SPTC 480 Central Region Road Suit B-3 Fort Myers, FL 32666 Defendant Healthcare Provider __________________________________ FACTS 1. The claimant is a resident of the State of Florida and all services were given to her by the Defendant in the State of Florida. 2. The Defendant is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor that is licensed by the State of Florida and regularly continue engaging in the practice of psychotherapy. Defendant sustains her principle office at 480 Central Region Road, Suite B-3, Fort Myers, Florida 32666.
Target Market and Demand The target customer group for Open Arms Opioid Clinic will be all persons in Lee County with new or current prescriptions for opioid medications. Our secondary target customer group will be family members and friends of those customers who may be on opioid medications. Our target customers can be of any socio-economic class with no specified demographic. The quality of life of these customers will be improved by their willingness to take part in our program.