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This research may also contribute to and support capacity building and sustainability for researchers, decision-makers, regulatory bodies, employers and provider groups as well as others, in their journey toward high-functioning interprofessional collaborative teams. This study will focus on individual healthcare practitioners in maternal newborn and low-risk obstetrical service delivery. Identifying barriers to interprofessional collaborative practice may result in positive changes to the delivery of low-risk obstetrical care. Positive changes may include better cooperation, mutual trust, communication and a focus on shared knowledge and decision-making. Also, it is anticipated that the synergistic integration and active involvement of these providers in the care of patients and families, may improve healthcare outcomes and resource allocation overall.
I will also have a chance to interact with people from different cultural groups thus making it easy to develop cultural competence in my line of duty. On the other hand, I will gain experience in handling different patients with a variety of needs for restoration of their health (Reel & Abraham, 2007). The nursing profession in the future will receive the support of the government, the hospital administration and the community served. As a result, working in different parts of the country will ensure that I acquire more skills and advance the learned ones thus meeting the demands of the patients. The future will thus offer an opportunity for the APRNs to operate in different parts of the country thus achieving long-term
On top of that, collaborations between medical professionals are significant in that their cooperation ensures those medical measures to achieve comparable goals; the effectuality of an intervention is guaranteed and the wellbeing of the society is warranted. Adhering to the transparency of the response, people will consequently have much more faith in medical personnel and be more supportive and
Values Flexibility, Balance, Motivation, Satisfaction, Self-sacrifice, Communication, Patience, Compassion, Reliability Mission Palisades Mental Health Clinic, an organization that drives to advance mental health to the public by providing high quality helps and experience. The clinical staff is dedicated to all mental health people who needs help. We are ready to diagnose and recover illnesses with excellent value medical equipment’s. With the future comes new ideas and modernization to provide people the best care they deserve. We plan to deliver excellent care that fits the community values by convenience, better cost effectiveness, and time management.
She went over the services that Planned Parenthood provides as well as the definition of reproductive justice. Reproductive justice is defined as, “When all people have the economic, social and political power & resources to make healthy decisions about their bodies, sexuality and reproduction for themselves, their families and their communities in all areas
According to Kemppainen, Tossavainen, and Turunen (2013), “health promotion by nurses can lead to many positive health outcomes including adherence, quality of life, patients’ knowledge of their illness and self-management” (p. 490). Some strategies for health promotion included giving information to patients and providing the education and being involved
I look forward to learning skills that help them to handle adequately complex challenges such as working within tight budgets, initiating health care policy change to eliminate health disparities, and improving health care outcomes at all levels of care. As a DNP, I will practice health promotion, health maintenance, and prevention in the facilities where I work. DNP provided me with the knowledge of where to seek to fund when carrying out a research project from The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD) and the National Institute of Health (NIH). These institutes work together to improve minority health and eliminate health disparities through scientific research that is federally funded. (AANC,
The most recognized form is Community-based participatory research (CBPR). CBPR is an equal partnership that builds on the strengths of the community and research team to ignite social change with the goal of improving health (CDC). Common features of CBPR are the focus of a specific geographic location, the use of shared-decision making process and the development of an advisory group with community members and researchers. This framework offers numerous benefits and barriers – (Review Brakefield
In working out the best approach to tackle health workforce issues, the Ministry of Health calculated that 60-80% of the country’s annual mortality rate is due to preventable communicable diseases such as malaria, pneumonia and TB. HIV and AIDS are also growing concerns. They therefore chose to begin by focussing on community level provision, initiating the Health Extension Programme in 2004.” (WHO, Cauntry Case Study, 2) The Health Extension Programme was developed by the Federal Ministry of health in collaboration with the Ministry of Education. The Health Extension Programme aims to improve primary health services in rural areas through an innovative community-based approach that focuses on prevention, healthy living and basic curative care. It, therefore, introduced a new cadre of health worker, Health Extension Workers (HEWs), and defined a package of essential interventions for them to deliver from village health posts.