17% is from Bridge House/Grace House Car Lot and 3% from other sources. Grace House has been serving women in New Orleans for over 25 years. There are licensed social workers and counselors onboard to help treat every woman that enter their
Friedman Family Assessment Nur/405 May 16th, 2011 Friedman Family Assessment The Friedman Family Assessment assists the nurse in assessing a family and establishing family nursing interventions. The Friedman Family Assessment allows the family nurse “to assess the family system as a whole, as part of the whole society, and as an interaction system” (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2004, p. 584). This paper will review a family that consists of a mother, father, and three daughters. Identifying Data This family consists of the mother TV, the father JV, and three daughters LV, KV, and EV. The family lives in Paw Paw, Michigan.
Dalziell also suggested that individual nurses need to be proactive by interviewing patients about their families and then implementing changes in their practice to include their family in care. This purpose of this paper is to discuss Wright and Leahey’s (2009) 15 minute family interview through providing an example of a family assessment that took place on a mother baby unit. This paper will also include nursing diagnoses that pertain to the family and will critically analyze the strengths and weaknesses of the interview session. Application of Wright and Leahey’s 15 Minute Family Interview Wright and Leahey (2009) suggest that family nursing can be effectively and meaningfully practiced in 15 minutes or less, and created an interview process that include the following 5 key ingredients: Therapeutic conversation, Manners, Genograms & Ecomaps, Therapeutic questions and Commending family strengths. Wright and Leahey (2009) state that “all conversations between nurses and families, regardless of time, have the potential for healing through the very act of
I interviewed Sonia Clare a nurse assistant, she gave me information on the facility, and her job responsibilities. Sonia informed that the nursing home operates 24/7, 365 years. The 280-bed long-term care facility is designed and dedicated to serving the elderly in Polk County. The home is spit up by halls, from A to D.
Organizational Design Paper Transitional Care Center is a 90-bed Long Term Care and Skilled Nursing Facility located in Mathis Texas that was originally built in 1988. The 90 beds are dually certified which means the 90 beds are eligible for Medicaid and Medicare Funding. The facility also accepts Private Pay and Managed Care patients. The facility employs 144 employees who consist of the Executive Director, Housekeepers, Dietary Personnel, Registered Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, Certified Nurse’s Aides, Medical Records Personnel, Maintenance employees, Licensed Rehabilitation Staff, Receptionist, and a Beautician. We are affected by numerous external factors because of our funding sources of Medicare and Medicaid.
Timiya S. Williams insert address and pone number, email@example.com EDUCATION University of Alabama- Attending Spring 2015 Central High School – Tuscaloosa, AL Naval Training Command- Greatlakes, IL CAREER OBJECTIVE To work as a Resident Aide using excellence in patient care skills and a medical background in order to access and treat patients with accurate plan of care. SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS • Over four years of experience working as a Medical Tech in multiple care settings • Highly skilled in patient care inpatient and outpatient settings • In depth knowledge of hematology, coagulation, urinalysis and toxicology • Hands on experience in ensuring operations in intensive care and clinical settings CLINICAL ACHIEVEMENTS • Implemented a hands on training
Transplant Coordinators are advance practice nurses who are self-directed and function independently. I hold two professional licenses, the first is a Registered Respiratory Therapist and the second is a Registered Professional Nurse. The Three associations I have chosen to discuss in my field are: The American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN), National Association of transplant coordinators (NATCO), and the American Organization of Nurse Executives (AONE). AACN is the largest specialty nursing organization in the world, representing the interests of more than 500,000 nurses who are charged with the responsibility of caring for acutely and critically ill patients. The association is dedicated to providing our members with the knowledge
A Reflection on the Nurse Expertise Self-Report Scale Norma Jacquez HCS/350 October 17, 2013 A Reflection on the Nurse Expertise Self-Report Scale According to the results of the Nursing Expertise Self Report Scale, my responses represent an Expert level nurse. I have been a nurse now for a little over thirty years. I hold a position as a Clinical Care Coordinator or Charge Nurse at Eisenhower Medical Centers Neurological unit, in the care of the stroke patient. I try being open and teachable, because I know there are so many things I have yet to learn involving ‘ stroke’. To begin with I have learned that by knowing myself better and reflecting upon my own emotions and behaviors I will be better able to master my practice as a professional.
Running head: MY PROFESSIONAL NURSING MISSION AND VISION 1 My Professional Nursing Mission and Vision RUP1 – Project in Professional Roles and Values Robert Palin Western Governors University Professional Mission Statement My professional mission statement is: Provide high quality, evidence-based, culturally sensitive nursing care to the populace I serve to best of my professional ability. To this end, I am currently completing my Bachelor's degree in Nursing and intend to complete a Master's degree in the same. I subscribe to numerous professional journals, am an active member of the American Nurse's Association and Emergency Nurses Association, attend approximately one hundred hours of continuing education per year, maintain eight emergency nurse certifications and am board certified in my specialty. Further, my employer is seeking Magnet status and I am co-chair of the Education and Evidenced Based Practice committee. Finally, I am taking self-paced Spanish language courses to enhance my cultural awareness as this comprises a significant portion of my patient population.
Nursing school opened new horizons for my community involvement. Previous year I volunteered for Red Cross Blood Drive and obtained valuable experience in helping others with blood donations. This year I decided to volunteer at Open Door Health Clinic, Muncie, Indiana. I thought being almost graduate nursing student would expand my current experience level at other healthcare setting. Open Door is a non-profit Federally Qualified Health Center which provides comprehensive primary, urgent, and preventative healthcare to individuals and families through East Central Indiana regardless of their health insurance status, such as Medicare or Medicaid, disability claims, or other government-sponsored programs.