This week was a very good presentation. It was very relatable and helped me get a better picture of what applying to coop will be like. It was cool to hear David`s perspective because he is a nursing major. Before going to this lecture I had wished that I had been spring/summer coop. However, David brought up a good point saying that most colleges will be office for summer break looking for interships at that time. Nothing confused me about this lecture. Overall, I thought it was very enjoyable.
Michaela P. Capulong NU 333-01: Physical Assessment for the Nursing Professional June 29, 2015 Journal 7 When I do my assessment on admission, I always include the assessment findings that I expect to be abnormal if the patient has definite cardiovascular problem. I notify the MD and the nurse practitioner immediately if I find abnormal findings or values. I ensure to chart the education and the correction in response of the abnormal findings. In addition to that, tests and labs should be done to rule out problems. It is essential to know the patient’s health history before conducting the physical exam.
After calling for the Charge Nurse and asking for assistance, my racing thoughts slowed down some. I used this moment to notify the provider of the patient’s status and request a visit to the patient’s room. Completing the SBAR with a provider in a moment where the situation was hectic is not something I do very well. My
As I reflect on the MSW program at Sacramento State University, I am grateful for the experiences I was able to receive during my field work during both years in my MSW program. I am grateful for choosing a program that includes internship as part of the requirement. I truly believe that the field work we have been provided with has given us the opportunity to learn from our mistakes and learn what being a social worker really means.
I had to remember that my “patient” was still alive even though my computer system was not. In this situation I learned routine assessments along with the electronic health record are the best way to monitor patient outcomes. This is one of, if not the biggest, lesson the SimChart has taught me this
ASAM 100 has been one of the most insightful classes I have taken in college—so far! Through this class, I was able to learn a great deal about my culture and about myself as a person. In retrospect to my first “Why ASAM?” essay, I still believe that it is important for everybody to learn about their culture sometime throughout their life. I was able to learn about various topics such as: the issues of my culture, the traditions of my culture, how others view individuals of my culture, and more. Throughout this class, I learned about the Model Minority Myth and its effect on individuals of Asian background, I learned about issues that other Asian Americans faced through the video, Asian American Voices, and I learned to grow as a writer.
For this vSim assignment, I had to repeat the scenario three times before obtaining 100% on it, since I had forgotten about a few important steps when assessing my patient, and in my second try, I had forgotten to check the patient 's electronic health record even though I had already fixed my previous mistakes in the assessment. Three of the most important things I had to do differently in this scenario were to ask the patient about allergies to maintain patient safety before administering any drugs ordered, use the incentive spirometry to improve breathing and educate her about it since she had a hard time breathing due to pain, and educate the patient about wound care at the end before discharging her. Performing the procedures I missed in
• No additional staff was called in to assist with the additional patient load to create a safer working environment. • Nurse J who is BLS/ACLS certified did not start compressions immediately when the code was called. They waited for the code team to arrive. Change
He has severe depression, and both his total screening score and malnutrition indicator score listed him as malnourished. M.L can self-feed himself and is uncertain about his health status, (Shantelle, W., 2017). According to the patient’s chart, he is taking few hypertension pills and a pill of anxiety, and some PRN medications for pain, (Patient’s chart, 2017). These medications were administered to him as a student nursing
I want to start about by saying I enjoyed the My Virtual Child program. There is nothing I disliked about it When I learned we would be doing this program for the class I was very excited! It was everything I thought it would be. I say this because it was more so hands on and it connected my readings in the book to what might be going on with an actual child in real life.
Evidence and Evaluation in Bedside Reporting Bedside reporting assist nurses with a chance to improve patient safety and increase patient collaboration in the arrangement of care. There is also less care correlated to inaccurate or deficiency of information because the report process includes actual patient apparition. Increased staff approval with bedside reporting supports teamwork and supports accountability. By associating bedside reporting there is an optimistic impact on the patient and their relatives.
In the FD2 essays is where I had to do the most adjustments. Overall, I had a good central and sub claim, but I needed to fix my development, analysis, and organization. For the organization the professor said, “Need to connect concept of protesting to central claim.” I try to apply this feedback by trying to explain how the reaction that police has towards protest of blacks and whites is completely different. I explain how when whites protest the police just waited until the whole protest ease down, but when blacks protest police immediately use force and aggression to stop them. Also, I explained how this encounters are streamed life or recorded and the justice system sees the different treatments that police provide towards different race, but they do not do anything to or punish the officers. For