There are many people that are always helping others at the hospital, it could be a doctor, receptionist or someone is there talking to people trying to help them get through whatever it is they may be going through. Registered Nurses, also known as RN's are also there to help people! They give people medicine, help them get back into a better state of being, but whatever it may be they are always there to help, RN's are great people inside and out.
In studying Registered Nursing one will find that they have to be compassionate and want to care for others. Registered Nurses assist physicians with suffering patients of any medical condition. They help to decide the patient’s medicine, treatment, recovery, and educate the them and their families on post-medical treatment. They need to have bedside manner, and be able to prepare patients for surgery. Registered Nursing careers range anywhere from critical care, oncology, mental health, to an everyday school nurse.
At the time of this evaluation, Christine was brought in by her mother for an evaluation per a Court Order. Both her self-report and available records indicate a notable legal history, but more important are concerns regarding her history of behavioral difficulties leading
Mr. S is a 60 year old male who presented to the Medical Day Center at the JGH on October 19th 2015. He had an appointment with his doctor so that the burn on his right foot could be verified. The previous week on Monday, he had burned his foot by dropping oil on it, and presented himself to the ER. On Tuesday he went to the Plastic Surgery department to get his foot examined. On Thursday, an infection occurred. An antibiotic IV treatment was initiated Friday, with the CLSC nurse coming to his home on Saturday and Sunday to change his dressing.
When the child told the adult neighbor what happened, she called Mrs. Bryant; Mrs. Bryant told the neighbor she didn’t have time for that and hung the phone up. The reporter stated Lakirah called her grand father and he came to pick her up. Ms. Cullop stated that Lakirah stayed with her grandfather for the night and when her mother got off this morning she went to pick the child up. The reporter stated when the child and her mother got home, Mrs. Bryant whipped her with the same strap and Mr. Bryant, punched her down stairs, and threw a metal trash can at her. Ms. Cullop stated law enforcement was called to the school to take the child’s statement and they have also taken pictures of Lakirah’s bruises. The reporter stated Lakirahs’ mother told her if she told anyone what happened she would kill her and doesn’t care if she dies anyway; Lakirah is afraid to go home this afternoon after school lets out. The reporter stated that the family has previous history with DHS and after the interview, the child’s parents got her again. Ms. Cullop also expressed concerns for a bruise seen on the child’s neck and looks like someone may have grabbed her but Lakirah told her she ran into a
On November 16, 2015, I spoke to Lidia Hernandez (mother) who told me that her daughter was not following the rules of the home. Lidia wanted me to speak to her daughter, although she confirmed that her daughter had been behaving better. On November 19, 2015, I responded to Minnie Howard School and spoke to Officer Hill. Officer Hill reported that Lidia Hernandez had been encouraged to report as Evelyn had been gone for 2 days. Officer Hill reported that Evelyn is currently under suspension for an incident involving another student.
On 03-07-16 at about 1839 hours, Officer Saunders #7720 and I responded to 610 N. Oakland Avenue #5 for a battery with great bodily injury investigation. Upon our arrival we met with Victim Raun Gibson who stated his daughter, Suspect Lanaye Gibson hit him several times across his face and bite him on his right forearm. Victim Gibson sustained two bite marks across his right forearm as a result of Suspect Gibson bitting him. I saw that Victim Gibson sustained two bite marks across his upper right forearm. Officer Saunders and I arrested Suspect Gibson for PC 243(d)-Battery with great bodily injury. Suspect Gibson is currently fifteen years old and does not have identification. Suspect Gibson verbally gave me her name and date of birth. Corporal
R/s there is a concern for Ms. Betty Lowery safety. R/s Ms. Lowery lives alone and is self-neglecting herself. R/s Ms. Lowery has end-stage renal disease and she doesn’t take her Dialysis medication. R/s Ms. Lowery’s daughters are concerned for her safety. R/s according the family Ms. Lowery’s mental state has declined. R/s Ms. Lowery’s family states that Ms. Lowery is hospitalized every month. R/s Ms. Lowery was admitted to Tuomey Healthcare System on June 29, 2015. R/s Ms. Lowery was discharged on 07/01/2015 with the recommendation of having health services and a social worker in the home.
Hi Katherine, I agree that leadership and management program are a great part of a nursing school since we need to continue to be a role model for new nurses entering the career not only to teach them nursing skills need in the profession, but also to encourage them to further their education like we are doing it.
There are three primary reasons for choosing to apply to Washburn’s School of Nursing. First, I was looking for a highly accredited nursing school with a strong reputation for learning. Although it was difficult finding a lot of rankings information about Washburn’s School of Nursing, I was able to uncover some information from Best-Nursing-Colleges.com which ranks Washburn’s School of Nursing 78th in the Midwest and in the top three locally. Second, my family and me have many friends who have received degrees or currently obtaining degrees from Washburn University and have very positive things to say about the University, faculty and overall learning experience. Finally, my home is in Overland Park and I have spent my entire life in the
CM conducted a face to face meeting at the Jersey City Municipal Court for Makaryos Mehany (youth) Truancy court hearing. In attendance were Jasmine Alexander (CM), Refeat Mosa (caregiver), Makaryos (youth) and Jim Warner (IIC). Youth reported that he stepped on a nail while at a relative home on Sunday, 2/26/17. Youth came to the court with one shoe due to this incident and explained to the team that his foot is swollen and he is unable to wear a shoe. CM was informed youth did not go to the hospital; CM encouraged the family to go to the hospital to check youth’s foot. Youth continues to miss numerous days of school; youth reports he was sick. The court provided a translator for caregiver. Caregiver explained to the team that he cannot control
On the hand a nurse practioner, can be described as an advanced registered nurse. This means that he or she holds a masters or doctoral degree in nursing and has acquired training on diagnosis and management of some of the most common medical conditions in health care. This training mostly involves various things that include the physical assessment, diagnosis, diagnostics, pharmacology, therapeutical treatment, emotional support and counseling to the patients especially those that have lost hope because they have critical illness or have accumulated hospital bills and they feel hopeless, referral that is referring the patients to other health providers as needed. and discharge procedures, case management practices and patients intake. This
Social media is a tool which provides an opportunity to connect with other people to share the information as well as it can be used as a part of the health care delivery system (CNA, 2012). However, sound knowledge of risks associated with using social media in personal and professional life of nurses is very important (CNPS, 2012). Therefore, Mathew should be fully aware about the ethics and professional practice standards of nursing for sharing his life experiences on the Facebook account. It is very crucial to protect patients’ right to privacy and confidentiality all the time (Henderson & Dahnke, 2015). Not only this, Mathew as a Registered Practical Nurse should maintain professional boundaries, profession’s integrity and employer policies
Per Reporter: According to Felecia, Mahogany did not have anywhere to live. Felecia allowed Mahogany and the child to live with her for two months. Mahogany is physically abusive towards the child. June 19, 2017 Mahogany kicked and hit the child with her fist. There are black and blue bruises on the child’s back. There was an altercation between Mahogany and Felecia; Felecia does not like the way Mahogany treats the child. Mahogany is very aggressive verbally. Consequently, Felecia asked Mahogany to leave her home. The manager (unknown) of the apartment complex contacted law enforcement. Law enforcement advised Mahogany to leave the premises. Mahogany and the child are currently at the Astro motel in Meridian; the room number is unknown. Mahogany