WGU Accreditation Audit RAFT Task 2: Root Cause Analysis of a sentinel event A Root Cause Analysis (RCA) of a sentinel event is completed to immediately investigate and respond to possible inductions involving the death or injury of a patient. (Joint commission, 2013). Purpose of this report - To execute a Root Cause Analysis for a Sentinel Event occurrence at Nightingale Hospital. Sentinel Event - Child Abduction Date of Issue/Incident – Thursday September 14, at 12:30 PM Background of Issue/Incident - A three year old female patient was brought to Nightingale Hospital by her mother for an outpatient surgical procedure. The mother asked the pre-op nurse how long the procedure would take, because she had to tend to another child and would need to leave for a short while.
Thunder Rides a Black Horse The book starts with Farrer returning to the apache tribe in June of 1991 to photograph a private puberty ceremonial for the parents of the girl who was being honored, a service she often provides and had done dozens in the past three decades previous to this one though she had reserves of returning because her close friend and holy man for the tribe Bernard second had passed away two and one half years earlier, someone who called her mother “mom”. However as Farrer describes, the relationships, rights, and obligations that build over the years that are honored through, and beyond death. The girls’ puberty ceremonial is vitally the most important for the Mescalero Apache people, which is a four-day, four-night event. The event takes place every year around the fourth of July when the whole tribe puts everything aside to celebrate the girls of the tribe transition into womanhood and becoming another potential future mother for the tribe. There guardians of the girl have an option to have a public or a private ceremonial which may span anywhere from one to four days long.
Quality of Life and Functioning Thomas Case Scenario By Vanessa Schneider Western Governors University Personal Perceptions On May 8, 1990 my mother was diagnosed with colon cancer. That day is clearly etched in my mind, because it was my birthday. Less than two years later she died. Having lived a scenario close to Mrs. Thomas’s, I personally can speak about how one’s own perceptions in regard to quality of life and health promotion might affect the care administered to a patient with a terminal illness. Often when providing care for a patient with a lingering illness the nurse must refocus to ensure the needs and wants of the patient and family are being followed and not allow her own personal beliefs to interfere.
Working in the emergency department of our local hospital, I see so many young girls ranging from fourteen (14) and older having babies while still being babies themselves. Some are going on baby number two. Although I don’t feel like they are necessarily throwing their lives away, they are definitely making high school and the continuance of a college career a challenge. One could say this is where, between being married young and having babies’ young, the age old saying “barefoot and pregnant” comes into play. I read an article on the internet that said Loretta Lynn once stated in an interview that she had four babies before she ever knew why she was having
Carleen Henry-Palmer English 101 Professor Askary Essex County College 3 June 2013 Palmer 1 Carleen Henry-Palmer Professor Nina Askary English 101 3 June 2013 Snapshot: Lost Lives of Women Strength and inspiration comes from our family, elders, past generations and their stories. In Amy Tan’s “Snapshot: Lost Lives of Women”, she attempts to reach, touch and appeal her reader’s emotion. Although the story of her grandmother’s life seems to be a common story of the Nineteenth Century Era within the Chinese cultural context, it reveals another intense story to us. This delicate message is about the author’s grandmother’s relentless spirit that has become her muse to write and share these historical facts with her audience. She uses a family photo to describe the bondage and enslavement of Chinese women in her grandmother’s culture.
The Anniversary of Birth Trauma Failure to Rescue: A Review Retta Jo Bender, RN La Salle University The Anniversary of Birth Trauma Failure to Rescue: A Review Beck s’ (2006) research study addresses the clinical problem that she identifies as serious ramifications for women with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a result of perceived birth trauma. Ayers & Pickering's work reports the prevalence of PTSD secondary to child birth as 1.5% and Reedy, Shocker, & Horsfall's work reports the prevalence as 5.6% (as cited in Beck, 2006). Traumatic births are reported by 34% of women according to Soet, Brack, & 55 % according to Dilorio and Ryding, Wijma, & Wijma (as cited in Beck, 2006). According to Beck (2006) “The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual for Disorders (DSM-IV; APA, 2000), states that the anniversary of a traumatic event is identified as one possible trigger for intense
Unit 201- Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health ,social care or children and young people’s settings Outcome 5- Understand how issue of public concern may affect the image and delivery of services in the sector 1.Identify occasion where the public have raised concerns regarding issues within the sector The case of 80-year-old Maria Worroll, a former dinner lady in Belsize Park, moved to Ash Court Care Home in Kentish Town from a home in nearby Old Street where she had been placed four months earlier by Camden social services. 2.Outline different viewpoints around an issue of public concern relevant to the sector Almost immediately the family began to notice their mother underwent a mood change and began to be tearful when they visited. The family of 80-year-old Maria Worroll hid a secret camera, disguised as a clock, in her room after they became suspicious about marks on her arm and her tearful mood. The recorded footage, taken over the past three weeks in Ash Court Care Home in Kentish Town, appears to show a care worker repeatedly slapping, hitting and verbally abusing the mother-of-three, who suffers from Alzheimer's and cannot speak. Other care workers were also allegedly caught on film mistreating Mrs Worroll, though they are not said to have physically assaulted her.
* Question 1 1 out of 1 points | | | _____ occurs when consumers remember only information that supports their personal feelings or beliefs. Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | c. Selective retention | | | | | * Question 2 1 out of 1 points | | | Ranked from the lowest to the highest level, Maslow's hierarchy of needs model includes Answer | | | | | Selected Answer: | b. physiological, safety, social, esteem, and self-actualization needs. | | | | | * Question 3 1 out of 1 points | | | Daycare Fiona is considering a daycare facility for her five-month-old daughter Kate. She has been visiting daycare centres for the past two weeks and has interviewed caregivers at eight different centres. It is extremely important to Fiona that Kate be stimulated intellectually and fed according to schedule.
Elizabeth Kenyon On March 4, Kenyon left her apartment in Coral Gables to visit her parents in Pompano Beach, a trip she made every weekend. According to Bruce Gibney, in his book, The Beauty Queen Killer, Beth’s father noticed bruises on her arms and legs that day. Alarmed, he asked her what had happened. She
Competency of ADN vs BSN Nurses Ronda Schell Grand Canyon University Professional Dynamics Kristen Bracken January 19, 2014 Competency of ADN vs BSN Nurses The debate over Baccalaureate degree RN vs Associate degree RN has been long standing. Prior to WWII nurses were required to obtain their education as hospitalized apprentice or a 4 year university degree. Following WWII, due to the shortage of nurses, Mildred Montag developed a curriculum for the 2 year associates degree nurse. Her curriculum envisioned the new nurse “the technical nurse.”(Nursing Timeline). Through research and testing it has been proven that achieving a Baccalaureate degree in nursing is beneficial in the areas of critical thinking, leadership skills and