Weekly Self S.O.A.P - A. S- Discuss your SUBJECTIVE feelings for this week: This week I finished my rotation in the emergency room. I felt very comfortable in this unit. I was able to put to practice what I have been learning during lecture by triaging and assessing patients. I was able to work in the trauma area and in area 4, where they hold “non urgent” patients.
With Nurse Dre Dre, the night nurse, I got to do suctioning, tracheotomy care and start feedings. I feel like I’m getting confidently effective with my communication skills everyday that my I’m learning and enhancing my nursing skills. I was able to educate a family member who was not wearing protective equipment inside an isolation room the importance of wearing one to prevent the spread of infections and promote wellness.
I got to see several ways that nurses provide care for their patients. I observed ICU nurses care for their ill, elderly patients. I witnessed physical therapy nurses assist their patients to ambulate immediately post-surgery. I noticed how fast ER nurses work to triage their patients. I learned a lot from those nurses but could not decide which unit was meant for me.
Dr. Dennis Colonello 's Beverly Hills Chiropractic office ( Peak Wellness ) was designed by Kathleen Checki and the Simply Consistent team. The Simply Consistent team developed and created a concierge practice and spa experience from conception to execution by incorporating eastern and western medicine. Our goal was to ensure each patient was able to exhale as soon as they entered the office and escape from the craziness of their daily life. Simply Consistent developed and designed the "Peak Wellness" concept, created products and managed and created the day to day operations for Dennis 's office.
On 9/11/17 Joseph Gomez, Wellness Coach (WC) made a visit to the home of Mrs. Sergia De Jesus Espinal (Tenant) for the purpose of picking up her monthly rent money order and following up on her wellness goal to maintain her apartment clean and in sanitary condition and to address any issues she may be experiencing. Tenant has been attending her therapy and day program. Tenant was dressed with a drooping dirty house robe and appeared unkempt. Tenant appeared to be at her baseline. Tenant states she is doing fine and is content with her new futon bed.
AS Unit 2 Communication in Health, Social Care and Early Years settings Introduction The care setting I visited whilst on work placement was a nursing home. It residential accommodation with health care, particularly for elderly people. Task A assessment
The video "Patient Perspectives" brought to me memories of when I was a patient. When I was in the hospital for a little over a month, I received great care from nurses, but especially from Dr.Monserrat. Like the testimony on the video, "I will never forget her". I was greatly inspired by my experience. Now that I am on the opposite role, it makes me realize the trust the patients give us, and the responsibility that I have as a student nurse and as a future nurse.
The nurse I chose to interview possess certain characteristics that I believe every nurse should have, caring, compassionate, intelligent, and inspiring. Haley Rowden is currently an Assistant Professor and Retention Counselor at the TTUHSC in the second degree BSN program. Here Mrs. Rowden teaches sections of maternal/newborn promotion and assessment, health promotion and assessment, and also pediatric primary care. She teaches this all while she herself is still attending school to become a board certified Neonatal Nurse Practitioner which she should complete by the end of this summer. She had also worked part time in the Covenant NICU since 2009 as a bedside nurse prior to this.
I have amassed 1200 hours of patient care experience at my first CNA job at The Elms of Cranbury. My experience at the nursing home was challenging but rewarding at the same time.. My duties there included bathing, feeding, washing, transporting, dressing, toileting, changing and dressing patients. I also had to record the amount of food they ate, how much they voided and the size and consistency of their bowel movements. I had to report any abnormalities, complaints, or medical requests to the nurse.
After the operations were finished and I was back into a regular room, I was able to have friends and family visit. It was very comforting to know that so many people were there to see me. The next day, a physical therapist walked in and helped me to walk while using a walker and also helped me to move and rotate my
The inpatient dietitian can place a consult to one of the specialty outpatient nutrition services to ensure continuity of care when the patient is being discharged. Other outpatient nutrition services offered include the Healthy Teaching Kitchen (HTK) demonstration, Managing Overweight/Obesity for Veterans Everywhere (MOVE), cardiovascular risk reduction, and diabetes management group classes. In addition, there is also the Home Based Primary Care (HBPC) program which provides primary health care in the home to veterans with multiple chronic medical
Tuesday: I attended a bed unit meeting. After the meeting I assisted my site coordinator by sorting and filing papers into a binder. Once this task was complete I created welcome kits for the department. After this was complete I attended a Mercy Health Leadership meeting in which I was able to learn about future plans for Mercy Health St. Marys. Lastly I filled isolation carts on the unit.
Tuesday, March 29th, 2016: Montana State Hospital The day began with a care conference by an interdisciplinary team (psychologists, social worker, nurses, and psych techs). Every patient on the wing was discussed about their current situation, behavioral problems, or change in care plan. The nursing process seemed to be utilized when dealing with these problems. The problem was assessed by the entire team, the root cause was determined, a plan was established to implement, and then would be evaluated the next day.
I am currently a pharmacy technician in-training at Kroger Pharmacy, and plan to obtain my official technician license in December. I dispense medications, input patient 's information into the computer system, answer phone calls, maintain sanitation standards in the pharmacy, and help customers locate over the counter medications and supplies. Working at the pharmacy has taught me how to work efficiently in fast pace situations, how to prioritize what tasks neeed to be completed first, time management skills, and the names of
3.3 11/17/15 PP: Have the patient count his carbs for each meal he receives in the hospital for practice and correct patient PRN by 11/18/15. 1.1. EBN: Learning ability and readiness varies with each patient and changes according to the situation the patient is in. The nurse is the patient advocate and spends the most time with the patient, so the nurse is able to most accurately assess the patient’s learning readiness. 1.2.