The researchers developed a systematic program of research, building on their own earlier findings making it more likely to make an important contribution (Polit & Beck, 2017). The authors paraphrased often, therefore not over relying on direct quotes from their original sources. •Does the review support the need for the study? The research review supported the study and strengthened the hypotheses. The data and additional quantitative and qualitative research articles supported the missed care results, limited bias, and predicted an existence of a relationship between the identified variables.
But, a little more detail about the participants’ backgrounds would have added on as a reliable factor. Despite that, they specify why there may be a difference and how it would have been difficult for them to access such information without the use of email; conforming to specification of task. On the whole, the article managed to explain the purpose of the study and showed the results that were achieved and clarified. The topic of study is one that is relatable to people of all ages and keeps the reader engaged. The data is very well presented and clear to
Folger, J. P., Poole, M. S., & Stutman, R. K. (2016). Working Through Conflict: Strategies for Relationships, Groups, and Organizations (7th ed.). New York, United States of America: Routledge. The textbook Working Through Conflict analyses social science research and theories on conflict. The purpose of this book is to give the reader a better understanding of human behavior in a wide range of conflict situations.
If conflicts can be successfully managed, student nurses may develop higher levels of motivation and productivity. On the contrary, if conflicts cannot be handled effectively and constructively student nurses may suffer from high stress and burnout, problems appear in interpersonal relations, a decrease in academic performance, and increasing rates of absenteeism (Kantek & Kartal, 2015; Pines et al., 2014). How conflict appears toward student nurses Conflicts can occur between students and faculty management, between students and managers, and between faculty management and instructors, it can also occur between students and instructors (Kantek & Gezer, 2009). The student nurses were mostly influenced and experience interpersonal conflicts with supervisors, colleagues and patients during clinical placement ( Arieli, 2013). For the conflicts between student nurses and patients, the student nurses may face some shocking situations like patients’ suffering and death in the clinical setting.
The contents include the introduction, methods that include study design ,study patients,study treatment endpoints ,statical analysis and results and discussion. Each section will be analysed for relevance and appropriateness. Adequacy of literature search will also be tested. The methods used for the study must be in accordance with current standards and should be able to achieve the objectives stated in the study. The criteria for inclusion & exclusion should be appropriate in such a way that there are minimal confounding factors which will interfere in the results.
Conflicts may occur between health care staff, between support staff, between health care and support staff and between health care staff and the patient or the patient’s family. This looked at the major types of conflicts and ways of handling these conflicts in a health care institution as well as the models of negotiation by applying the theory of “Action Research Model”. Types of conflicts are intrapersonal, interpersonal, intragroup and intergroup conflicts. Ways of managing conflicts are avoiding, compromising, accommodating, competing and collaborating. Negotiation can be used as a way of solving conflicts by applying the Action Research Model theory that involves using a consultant who can either be a part of the organization or not to identify the problem and work with the parties to find a solution.
Discussion PART ONE: Find two articles regarding conflict management in nursing from the SXU library CINAHL database but not already listed in discussions. The articles should be about conflict management in the workplace NOT about conflict with patients and families. Post the reference in APA 6th edition format in discussions and then include a 4-5 sentence summary of each article. Find new articles, Please do not post an article already used by a classmate. Although bullying and negativity in the workplace are not new topics, they still exist (Olmstead, 2013).
The Elements of the Research Questions and Hypotheses for a Proposed Study A qualitative study states the research questions. It does not frame the specific goals for the research, nor does it predict the outcome (Creswell, 2014). The research questions are in two forms: a central question and associated subquestions. A central question is “a broad question that asks for an exploration of the central phenomenon or concept in a study” (2014). The intent is to explore the general, complex set of factors surrounding the central theme.
Conflict resolution happens often in the workplace that can either drive or disturb employees, supervisors, a team, and an entire organization. When supervisors allow conflict resolution to fester without taking immediate action, it can lead the organization into an unhealthy environment. In this paper, the topic for discussion will analyze various strategies that can be utilized to control and manage conflict resolution in the workplace, and the role of the supervisor during conflict resolution situations. In addition, a discussion will include how the workplace and its customers are impacted by a diverse workforce. Conflict Resolution Conflict in the workplace is inevitable, especially in a diverse workforce where employees possess different approaches to his or her job and come from various backgrounds, who share a common work space within an organization (SHRM, 2015).
In adhering to the principles of veracity, I as a nurse must carefully choose how I present the truth in the least hurtful way. At the same time, I must be careful to make sure I act in the name of beneficence, and provide care with the goal of helping my patient and avoid doing harm. (Ramont, Niedringhaus & Towle, 2012) Conflict is bound to happen in the health care setting. Values, beliefs and expectations have to mix with those of others, and consideration must be given to culture and religion. I expect to put in hard work keeping up to date and being self aware so that I can best advocate for my patient without