I have helped my mother, who is a CNA, with my uncle who has MS. When I was helping her was when I noticed that becoming a nursing assistant will be my long-term job. I have learned so much from my mother and other CNA’s. I want to continue my education, so I can help the people in need. This paper will explore the job description, requirements, and salary expectation, including the path for a nursing assistant.
Nurse Practitioner Interview I spoke with a friend’s sister, a recent graduate DNP, who works as a women’s health NP at a public health clinic system in Utah. Role The role of the women’s health care nurse practitioner can vary widely depending on the setting. J. Yale sees patients for both annual visits as their main care provider and for gynecological issues (personal communication, September 9, 2016). “Many people don’t realize you can do annual visits,” she said, “for example, I can treat someone for high blood pressure in the clinic, in an office setting.” (J. Yale, personal communication 2016). The practice where Ms. Yale works has five different clinics, including a community clinic that serves a high-percentage refuge population, a clinic inside a hospital, and a clinic
Management of Care Case Study Josepha is working on a medical surgical unit with three other RNs and one LPN. There is also a male and a female patient care tech. Josepha has been a nurse for four months, and after completing two months of orientation she takes a full assignment as a registered nurse. Josepha feels that the assignments she receives are not always fair, as she tends to get the most challenging clients. In addition, she is most frequently assigned any change of shift admissions.
Fifteen years ago, I decided I wanted to become a nurse. It began when my mother was undergoing treatment for Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. I met a wonderful home health care nurse taking care of my mother. It was then, I realized, I wanted to pursue a career in nursing. After all, I had already spent a great deal of my life taking care of my kids and family.
We also helped nurses in each floor if they had any questions about how to handle a patient with pressure ulcers. We also did many in services with new products to treat and prevent pressure ulcers. We monitored the pressure ulcers if they were community, hospital, or unit acquired and then, the manager of the Wound Care Program had to send all this information quarterly to the NDNQI, and if we found many patients with newly hospital acquired pressure ulcers the Wound Care Program manager and her team had to implement a plan with new ideas to lower the pressure ulcers in the floors, and to educate the nurses and techs in order to be more successful in prevention of pressure ulcers because the treatment can be
I would encourage Mary to put together her own support team. I would ask Mary to contact her primary medical doctor, to follow-up with all that she has accomplished after two weeks (both checking on the improvement of her health and how her for smoking cessation is
MSW connected IHSS of San Berdentio county and spoke to an representive regarding a referral for caregivering assistance for Pt. The representive stated a packet of paperwork with mailed to patinet in 2-3 weeks to be completed and mailed back within the deadline date. They stated a social worker for IHSS will contact patient to schedule an evaltation appointment with patient. Patient understood the MSW instructions about looking out for the packet and contact MSW if futher assistance is needed. Patinet had other concerns about hearing from Medicare regarding not receving the completed Medicare Coverage Re-determination packet, which was due by 09/01/15.
While going through this program, I learned I still wanted to help people, only not physically. And so, my life plan that I once laid out for myself needed to be reconsidered. We began our clinical rotations in March and my teacher was already well aware of my desire to find a new focus. With that notion in her mind, she decided to place me in the memory care unit of a nursing home. This disposition would unveil the world of geriatric mental illnesses, including Alzheimer’s disease.
As a nurse working in the home healthcare industry there were many instances when I had to utilize my nursing critical skills. One day I was contacted by a clinical supervisor, who stated she was contacted by an LPN with a question regarding medication administration. She stated that the LPN informed that she was instructed by a parent to give a patient medications that did not have a physician’s order. I informed the clinical supervisor to refer to the Pa cod of RN scope of practice, where it states, A licensed registered nurse may administer a drug ordered for a patient in the dosage and manner prescribed. I also informed her that although the parent instructed her to give the medications to the child, it was not within her scope of practice
After 3 hours of taking the second dose his symptom worsened and he asked for more medication. When I spoked to my primary nurse regarding the patients’ ordered, he said we can not change the doctor’s order. I asked my primary nurse if I could speak to the doctor and he said yes. I presented the patient’s situation to the doctor who adjusted the prescription so that the patient could get a dose of the medication immediately. 3) In my 2402 placement, one of my female patient shared a bedroom with 2 older gentlemen.
Many women of reproductive age with early-stage cancer come to us for a procedure that we now perform routinely, called fertility-preserving radical trachelectomy. Case study 3 Grace is 76 years. Her husband of 48 years has recently passed away. She is still missing him. Her children live abroad.