Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19

Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 ORDER NOW FOR CUSTOMIZED AND ORIGINAL ESSAY PAPERS ON Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 hello, Please follow the rubrics and the instructions attached below for both the CAP paper project and E-poster. Thank you so much. Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 instructions_and_rubrics.docx my_project_imp_inf.docx con_faculty_apa_overview.pptx sample_cap_paper_for_students__1_.docx cap_poster_example_1__1_.pptx cap_e_poster_template.ppt Clinical Application Project (CAP) Instructions and Rubric My Topic: Nurses protective measures during Coronavirus outbreak. Description: The Clinical Application Project (CAP) is an opportunity for the BSN student to identify an issue, topic, or challenge that is relevant to their Role Transition clinical placement. The student will examine the research related to their topic and investigate the literature regarding a potential solution for, or intervention to improve, the issue. The student then creates a final project, intervention, or solution to their identified topic. They will present their work in a professional paper and electronic poster presentation. Directions: Identify a problem, issue of concern, or area for improvement relevant to your clinical setting. Describe the importance of the area of concern (include facts, statistics etc.). Critically analyze the literature related to the area of concern. Identify possible solutions to the selected area of concern, based on the evidence in the literature. Review each for its strengths, weaknesses, and feasibility. Select one solution. Engage in the necessary work for this quality improvement project (e.g., develop a new form and identify approvals required for its use). Although students may not have enough time to actually implement their entire project or quality improvement activity, the final work product should clearly outline the plan for implementation, including a timeline.Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 Students will provide evidence of the final work product (e.g., educational program outline, instructional pamphlets, nursing form, pocket resource, new policy). The student will create an electronic poster which visually represents the clinical application project. The e-poster displays similar components as the paper, but in a very concise and visually pleasing design. Further guidelines and instructions for the e-poster are included in the document entitled “e-Poster Creation”. The final paper and electronic poster are graded according to the specifics contained in the following grading rubric. Formal e-poster presentations will take place on campus at the end of the term. Students are expected to wear business attire, including name badges, and remain available to respond to attendees during the entire session. Professional Role Transition Grading criteria for PAPER Introduction • Introduces topic and provides overview of the issue (2 pts.) • Discusses why this issue is pertinent to the particular unit/organization and what led student to choose the topic (2 pts.) • Identifies unit, manager, etc. support for the project (1 pt.) • Identifies how the project will specifically benefit the unit/organization (2 pts.) Literature review: topic/issue • Includes two recent articles (less than 5-7 years) from professional nursing or health sciences journals (2 pts.) • For each article provides brief summary and discusses how the article is pertinent and relevant to the topic/issue (4 pts./each article=8 total) Literature review: solution/intervention • Includes two recent (less than 5-7 years) articles from professional nursing or health sciences journals (2 pts.) • For each article: provides brief summary and discusses how the article is pertinent and relevant to the solution or interventions (4 pts./each article=8 total) • Articles support the student’s chosen solution or intervention (2 pts.) Implementation/intervention • Clearly describes final project or intervention (2 pts.) Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 • Outlines specific steps to implement final project/solution, including timeline for how the project could be “rolled out” (4 pts.) • Discusses how the project will address/improve the clinical issue (2 pts.) • Discusses future follow-up, evaluation, and/or measurement of the impact of the project (3 pts.) Paper mechanics • Incorporates required content in a 4-5 page paper (not including title page and reference page) (2 pts.) • Follows correct APA (7th edition) format throughout: o title page (1 pt.) o spacing and font size (1 pt.) o headings and in-text citations (1 pt.) o reference page (2 pts.) • Writes clearly; uses correct grammar, spelling, and punctuation; avoids first person voice (3 pts.) Grading criteria for e-POSTER Points Comments /7 /10 /12 /11 /10 Points Comments Topic/issue • Clearly displays the topic or issue (2 pts.) • Includes general information about the topic or issue (2 pts.)* • Communicates specifics about why it is pertinent to the particular unit or organization (2 pts.)* • States institutional support (1 pt.) *If applicable, poster uses appropriate graphic or visual which conveys national or local data, trends, organization or unit statistics, etc. Literature review of the topic/issue • Includes literature support of the topic or issue (1 pt.) • Summarizes most important point(s) of each article (4 pts.) • Clearly connects authors with literature points (1 pt.) Solution/intervention • Clearly outlines solution (2 pts.) • Presents solution as feasible (1 pt.) • Includes literature support of chosen solution (2 pt.) • Clearly connects authors with solution literature (1 pt.) Implementation • Identifies and explains final project and includes a copy, if applicable (in-service handouts, pamphlet, form, pocket card, for example) (4 pts.) • Describes how the final project would be implemented, including timeline for “roll-out” (2 pts.) • Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 Describes how the impact of the project could be measured or evaluated (2) • Addresses the future implications of the project for the unit and/or nursing in general (2 pts.) e-Poster mechanics • Professional looking: follows elements of e-poster construction; organized and clear layout that flows well (2 pts.) • Visually appealing: words and graphics easy to see; appropriate use of color (2 pts.) • Student’s name, Resurrection University and project site are clearly identified (1 pt.) • Reference page is complete, in proper APA format (7th edition), and displayed near the poster (1 pt.) TOTAL /7 /6 /6 /10 /6 /85 Appendix F e-Poster Creation Poster presentations present research and clinical projects in an interactive setting. Your electronic (e-) poster will present key elements of your Clinical Application Project (CAP) in an easy-to-read format. ? The CAP e-poster is to be designed on a PowerPoint template, but not printed. You will simply submit the PowerPoint file to the Brightspace submission folder. ? If you are unfamiliar with creating a scientific poster, instructions are outlined at the bottom of this document. It’s easier than you think. Because you are limited by space in the poster format, you must be clear and concise in your writing. ? Refer to the CAP rubric for all necessary requirements. General guidelines for e-poster: • • • • • • The e-poster should look neat, professional, and visually appealing Use a simple font (like Arial), no smaller than size 32; larger for section headings and even larger for title/presenter name Regarding text: o Labels or headings should be clear and easy to understand. o Select contrasting colors; darker letters are effective when used on a light background & vice versa. o Text should be brief and to the point; use short sentences or phrases to summarize key points; bullet points work well. If you are planning to use charts or graphs on your poster: o Visual data help to express ideas; graphics should be understandable. o Keep it simple; don’t overwhelm the audience with too many numbers. o Make sure there is a clear caption so the reader understands the significance. Assure consistency in use of format. Check and double check spelling. Reminders: Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 • Include a copy of any form, brochure or handout you develop as part of the project. • A reference page in APA format must be available for viewing near your e-poster. The reference page should include at least the journal articles that were discussed in the literature reviews of the clinical topic and solution. Poster Instructions • Open the poster template in the course shell and save it to your computer. • Now you’re ready to make it your own: experiment with different colors, fonts, designs. • Keep in mind the “general guidelines” listed above. • Add your content, graphics, charts, etc. • Save your work frequently as you create. Grading criteria for e-POSTER Topic/issue • Clearly displays the topic or issue (2 pts.) • Includes general information about the topic or issue (2 pts.) * • Communicates specifics about why it is pertinent to the particular unit or organization (2 pts.) * • States institutional support (1 pt.) *If applicable, poster uses appropriate graphic or visual which conveys national or local data, trends, organization or unit statistics, etc. Literature review of the topic/issue • Includes literature support of the topic or issue (1 pt.) • Summarizes most important point(s) of each article (4 pts.) • Clearly connects authors with literature points (1 pt.) Solution/intervention • Clearly outlines solution (2 pts.) • Presents solution as feasible (1 pt.) • Includes literature support of chosen solution (2 pt.) • Clearly connects authors with solution literature (1 pt.) Implementation • Identifies and explains final project and includes a copy, if applicable (in-service handouts, pamphlet, form, pocket card, for example) (4 pts.) • Describes how the final project would be implemented, including timeline for “roll-out” (2 pts.) • Describes how the impact of the project could be measured or evaluated (2) • Addresses the future implications of the project for the unit and/or nursing in general (2 pts.) e-Poster mechanics • Professional looking: follows elements of e-poster construction; organized and clear layout that flows well (2 pts.) • Visually appealing: words and graphics easy to see; appropriate use of color (2 pts.) • Student’s name, Resurrection University and project site are clearly identified (1 pt.) • Reference page is complete, in proper APA format (7th edition), and displayed near the poster (1 pt.) Points /7 /6 /6 /10 /6. Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 Comments My topic: Nurses protective measures during Coronavirus outbreak in a Chicago hospital. I am a nursing student and I do my role transition in a Chicago hospital. In my last clinical day, during the morning report the charge nurse informed us about the shortage in masks, and that we need to use them reasonably, especially with patients in isolation. I need to find a solution for shortage in masks in hospitals based on evidence-based practice articles. Please follow the rubrics and the instructions for both the CAP paper project and E-poster. No header Title of Paper bolded double double space StudentFirstName StudentLastName Resurrection University NUR4440 Research in Nursing Prof. Carina Piccinini February 20, 2020 Course, instructor name, and due date of paper No header Title of Paper bolded Lennon et al. (2020) orem ipsum dolor sit amet, consetetur sadipscing elitr, sed diam (Lennon et al., 2020). Use et al. for three or more authors at all times bolded References People at high risk for developing flu-related complications. https://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/disease/high_risk.htm Italicize webpage name; do not use “Retrieved from” unless info changes frequently Wolters Kluwer, Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. https://doi.org/10.1037/rev0000126 Publisher name not needed Use URL of doi The top 10 causes of death. Retrieved September Italicize webpage name; Use “Retrieved from” and date of retrieval when info changes frequently FAMILY-CENTERED CARE DURING OUTPATIENT SURGERY 1 Family-Centered Communication in Day Surgery Three Quality of Care key drivers for Our Lady of the Resurrection (OLR) Medical Center’s Surgical Services department are measured quarterly. The Surgical Services Department has met or exceeded targets for two of the three key drivers. However, for the past six months, the department has not met the goal for a third key driver: explanations provided about progress following surgery. Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 Meeting the goal for the third key driver is dependent on effective communication processes from staff and surgeons to patients and their families. A communication process exists, but by looking at areas in which the process is broken, relatively easy and effective fixes can be put into place. The charge nurse for preoperative and recovery care has identified difficulty in adhering to the current process due to difficulty in locating family members if they leave the waiting room and due to the volume and acuity of patients that enter the recovery area. The nurse manager has also identified meeting the third key driver as a priority for the institution and supports the project. Increasing patient satisfaction—and thereby increasing the likelihood of returning to the facility for healthcare needs—can benefit the unit and the organization by increasing revenues. The profession of nursing can also benefit by increasing staff and improving technologies for patient care with additional revenues. Literature Review of Problem Much research on factors influencing patient satisfaction in perioperative care has been conducted. A driving factor identified is communication to patients and families during care. Yellen (2003) surveyed ambulatory surgery patients to determine the influence of the nurse-sensitive variables of age, gender, culture, previous hospital admissions, nurse FAMILY-CENTERED CARE DURING OUTPATIENT SURGERY communication, pain, and satisfaction with pain management on overall patient satisfaction. Results showed that nurse communication was the most significant indicator of patient satisfaction, and satisfaction with pain management was the second most significant indicator. Furthermore, patients who were satisfied with nurse communication also reported satisfaction with pain management. Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 Fry and Warren (2005) conducted a qualitative study to determine the needs of family members in the waiting room of a critical care unit. Results showed that all participants sought some information about the patient’s outcomes during the stay. In addition, an element of trust was essential to a family member’s sense of well-being, especially with nurses. The study concluded that an environment that supports a nurse’s interaction with patients and families enhances trust. Conversely, a lack of information or trust of nurses can reduce a sense of wellbeing and, ultimately, patient satisfaction. Literature Review of Solution Implementing a family-centered communication process during surgery can take many forms. The approach can be as formal as a nurse liaison whose only job is to communicate with and to families during surgery or as informal as periodic phone call updates. The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia implemented a Family Liaison Model that utilized current staff to communicate to families during operative procedures with subsequent admission to a cardiac intensive care unit (CICU). A CICU nurse was designated family liaison during surgery. Duties included 1) meeting the patient and family in the holding area, 2) escorting the family to the waiting area, reviewing with the family what they can expect, 3) obtaining updates from OR staff every 45-60 minutes, 4) relaying progress information to the families in the waiting area, 5) admitting the child to the CICU, 6) ensuring the family could be 2 FAMILY-CENTERED CARE DURING OUTPATIENT SURGERY 3 at bedside within 35-40 minutes post-op, and 7) providing care until the end of shift. Patient satisfaction with staff and nursing support increased over a two-year period. However, 96% of nurses found time management with the additional duties challenging (Madigan, Donaghue, & Carpenter, 1999). The University of Virginia Health System implemented phone calls to families every two hours during surgery to provide updates. A follow-up study on the program’s effectiveness revealed that 95% of families who received the calls reported a “good OR experience,” while only 84% of the families who didn’t receive phone calls rated the experience favorably (University of Virginia Health System, 2008). The solution proposed for OLR will be a modified combination of the two solutions reviewed. These modifications are necessary because of cost limitations, OLR nurse workloads, and OLR environmental restrictions that do not allow support people to be with families in preop and recovery. Similarities to the solution used at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia will be setting expectations of the patient’s family members through a new brochure, using current nursing staff, and relaying information in a timely manner. Assignment: Nurses Protective Measures During the COVID 19 The primary mode of communication to families will be through telephone contact, similar to the solution implemented at the University of Virginia Health System. Obtaining cell phone information from families on a consistent basis is another significant modification. Implementation The solution to the problem involves enhancing the current process at four key communication opportunities. During outpatient registration, obtaining the family’s cell number is inconsistent and expectations during surgery are set verbally. The enhanced process involves developing a FAMILY-CENTERED CARE DURING OUTPATIENT SURGERY 4 brochure which informs families what to expect during the patient’s perioperative experience, and it offers them an opportunity to provide their contact information to the nurse in writing. The contact information would be attached to the front of the chart. In preoperative holding, delays sometimes take place, and the current process does not include communication to families about delays. The enhanced process requires the preoperative nurse to make a phone call if delays longer than 45 minutes occur. If the family leaves the waiting room for any reason, surgeon contact with the families following surgery may not take place. With the family-provided cell phone contact information on the front of the chart, the surgeon has the option of calling the family to update them about the patient. During recovery, the volume and acuity of patients sometimes prevents recovery nurses from updating families. The enhanced process will enable the surgical and recovery room nurses to work collaboratively in deciding which nursing role should complete the task for each patient. Changes to the family communication process during the perioperative period will start with development and approval of the brochure. The roll-out schedule would be contingent on completion of the brochure, but it should be done as soon as possible. The unit manager and charge nurses in all phases of care will schedule and conduct in-services about the new process for all nurses in perioperative services. In addition, the unit manager will document the new process and display reminders of it prominently at the nurses’ stations and the breakroom. To measure the effectiveness of the new process, pre-intervention, baseline data for the Quality of Care key drivers will be compared to post-intervention data three months after implementation. A small standing committee of nurses will analyze data and patient comments every three months to determine if refinements to the process are needed. FAMILY-CENTERED CARE DURING OUTPATIENT SURGERY Family-centered communication processes have been proven to increase patient satisfaction and will improve the explanations of progress during surgery, which is a Quality of Care key driver. This new process allows for family mobility during surgery while still maintaining contact with staff, which has been a problem in the past. Enhancing current processes is cost-effective, and it eliminates the need for retraining to entirely new processes. Also, this process ensures that no one nursing role is overburdened with c … Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100 Use the following coupon code : NURSING10

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