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Part 1: Nursing Leasership

Topic: Medication errors

1. What are the main causes of medication errors
2. Consequences of medication errors in patients
3. Economic consequences in the system of medication errors
4. Advantages of educating nurses to avoid medication errors.

Part 2: Nursing Leasership

Topic-issue: Nurse turnover

Purpose: describing the differing approaches of nursing leaders and managers to issues in practice. 

1. Describe the selected issue. 
a. Discuss how it impacts quality of care and patient safety in the setting in which it occurs.
2. Discuss how professional standards of practice should be demonstrated in this situation to help rectify the issue or maintain professional conduct.
3. Explain the differing roles of nursing leaders and nursing managers in this instance and discuss the different approaches they take to address the selected issue and promote patient safety and quality care. 
4. discuss the topic using the theories, principles, skills, and roles of the leader versus manager described in your readings.
5. Discuss what additional aspects mangers and leaders would need to initiate in order to ensure professionalism throughout diverse health care settings while addressing the selected issue.
6. Describe a leadership style that would best address the chosen issue. 
a. Explain why this style could be successful in this setting.

Part 3: Culminating Experience

Topic: Nurses Coping Capacity in The Face of Death in Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Units

When you delve into research, you may find an exhaustive amount of information on your topic. 

1. How will you organize your research? 
2. What strategies or tools will you use to keep track of everything you are reading, referencing, and synthesizing?
3. Provides suggestions to focusing the search or for searching subtopics. 

Part 4: Education Teaching Practicum

Topic: Nurses Coping Capacity in The Face of Death in Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Units
You Role: Nurse educator
Audience: Novice nurses, recent graduates in their 30s and 40s

1. Discuss any potential classroom management issues that could arise and how you will address them. 
a. Student disruptions
b. Learning abilities or disabilities
c. Students who do not participate or do not take ownership of their learning
d. Students who participate too much and take over the classroom

Part 5: Across the life

A 41-year-old male patient presents at the community walk-in clinic with complaints of severe elbow pain radiating into the forearm. His 13-year-old daughter is serving as a translator because her father is unable to speak English and understands only a few words in English. The daughter explains that he has been taking Tylenol to manage pain, but the pain is getting worse and is keeping him from working. You ask the daughter to describe the type of work her father does, and you notice she is hesitant to respond, first checking with her father. He responds, and she translates that he works in construction. Based on the response and the apparent concern, you suspect that the patient may be an undocumented worker. Further conversation reveals that several members of the family are working with the same local construction company.

Case Questions
You suspect the pain reported as coming from the elbow and radiating down the forearm is caused by repetitive motions, perhaps indicating lateral epicondylitis. 
1. What can you do to confirm this diagnosis?

While performing the physical examination, you ask the patient, through his daughter, if he has reported this injury to his employer, because the injury is most likely work-related. The daughter responded without consulting her father that this is an old injury that happened before he started working at his current place of employment. You could tell that she was becoming more distressed. 
2. What is the most likely explanation for her concern?

Visual inspection reveals erythema around the affected area with no evidence of overlying skin lesions, scars, or deformities. 
3. What other assessments should you perform?

4. How is lateral epicondylitis treated?

When discussing possible treatment approaches, you notice that the patient is very worried and seems to suggest to his daughter that they should leave. The daughter begins trying to explain why they have to leave right away. 
5. What would you tell the patient and his daughter to help them feel comfortable staying for treatment?

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