Prior to assigning the LPN, the nurse could have assessed the LPN’s knowledge and history of wound care. She could have taught the LPN how to perform a wound dressing and have the LPN demonstrate to ensure that the LPN understands. Lastly, the nurse should have evaluated the patient and their understanding of wound care to ensure that the patient is appropriately caring for their wound at home. This circumstance could have been avoided if the nurse took the appropriate measures to guarantee that the patient would not come back to the
This was agreed upon on by ---,--- when he noted that patients often win legal battles against health practitioners who were sued because of cultural malpractice and negligence. Aside from the importance of cultural competence between health practitioners and clients, it is also of great value and significance between health care professionals in the workplace. Every staff belongs to one or more group and an awareness of each culture is necessary to develop a healthy work relationship. According to ---,--- without sufficient cultural awareness, personal appraisal and sensitivity, the interaction between the staff will form
The two competencies addressed in this paper are Inter-professional Collaboration and Patient Centered Care. Following are discussions surrounding these competencies, concepts, terms, and relationships to theory. By addressing the role of nursing in shaping these areas, attention was focused on historical components, professional value. attitudes, and documentation based in evidence. The current areas that are influential in healthcare, such as political, financial, on a national and international levels were inspected.
This framework includes six competency domains that are essential for collaboration, they include: interprofessional communication; client-centered care; team functioning; collaborative leadership; and interprofessional conflict resolution (site). These domains describe knowledge, skills and attitude on what it needed to work together. These competencies are learned by each profession since there is no level of skill or practice required to utilize each competency in new experiences (cite). In RNAO’s Developing and Sustaining Interprofessional Health Care, expanded on these domains and identifies the importance of the group process in interprofessional care. This guideline also talks about how empathy is an important part of developing relationships with team members.
This scene displays paternalism towards the patient. Paternalism is the best interest of the person whose autonomy is being compromised. Jason does not respect Vivian's right of not wanting to be resuscitated because he only views her as 'research'. The nurse Susie protects Vivian's paternalism by calling off any act of resuscitation. The nurse displays extreme paternalism because she is preventing harm to her patient.
Cultural Competence for Health Professionals Reflections Unit I: Why cultural competence? Read Abdikadir’s patient summary and reflect upon his story 1. What do you think are the issues that Abdikadir is dealing with? • Abdikadir refuses to receive the treatment that the dentist suggested. He does not seem to have any idea what those fillings are for.
The Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) defines cultural competence as an approach to reduce health inequalities in differing cultures. It is the “set of behaviours, attitudes, and policies that come together to enable a system, agency, or professionals to work effectively in cross-cultural situations.” (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, 2015). It is an important attribute for nurses and midwives as it in ensures that all patients get the appropriate care that they
Interprofessional Communication 4. Teams and Teamwork According to the Interprofessional Education Collaborative Expert Panel (2011), there are several specific values and ethical competencies to follow. The ethical considerations are related to providing safe and appropriate care to all patients. This follows the core competency of providing respect and privacy to patients while maintaining confidentiality
In many areas the APNs can not work individually and they supervised by anesthetist. Autonomy is the freedom to make discretionary and binding decisions consistent with one’s scope of practice (Lewis,2006). Other challenge an APN is gaining trust and building rapport in health care team. Multi cultural language and culture difference affect to the effective communication with patients and their families. Role of Identity can not maintain because of lack of knowledge by staff and department managers on the role of an
Healthcare organizations should foster a productive and positive working relationship between administrators and medical staff to accomplish the day-to-day tasks and provide quality care to every patient. Medical staff often have deontological views and focus more on providing patient care. Administrators often have utilitarian views and focus on providing quality patient care as well as other managerial duties including staffing, organizing, and fulfilling financial duties for the profitability and viability of the organizations. These somewhat opposing views can create potential problems in the working relationship between administrators and medical staff; therefore, it is important to have a shared mission, vision, values, and goals to