Alessandra R. Chatson, MSN, FNP-C Discussion Board 7.1: Organization Issues The assignment this week is to discuss pressing issues in our practice not yet discussed. This came at a perfect time for me, as I struggle with this issue almost on a daily basis. We all as professionals are aware that while working as a team in our practices, a good medical assistant can make you or break you. Medical assistants (MA) have an important role with-in the setting and in my office we have several that are fully competent, have been with our office for long lengths of time, and have some further education exceeding the minimal MA training required. Then, we have the handful of MA’s that can’t function without direct supervision constantly and even then at times things are completed in accurately, causing more work for the rest of the team, including myself.
According to Wade & Tavris (2017) a case study is a “detailed description of a particular individual being studied or treaded” (p.41). We use case studies to support or refute a hypothosis; an example is a case study of psychiatric patients in the pre-hospital setting. The study focused on the paramedics documentation of 12 months of psychiatric calls to develop a best apporach evidence based care protocols. Casae studies are not typically carried in the natural enviroment, more focused on the what happened and what the outcome is, what could we do different.
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I remember my fingers leaving shallow depressions on her cold pale skin. As the Paramedics left the room, they sadly instructed us to say our goodbyes and that they would be back shortly. If I had known she was going die, I would have said more to my grandma when she kissed me on the cheek the previous day. Our large family sat in the living room crying as my grandma was placed in a large black bag before being taken away. That sorrowful morning I watched as the paramedics unsuccessfully attempted to resuscitate my grandma. This frightful and gloomy experience would inspire me to one day save lives. After witnessing a patient code, working as patient care technician (PCT), and experiencing the sincere generosity of two physicians, I became certain that I wanted to be a doctor.
The Comma 1. I smiled and said “Yes I’ll be there.” 2. If you want to call Jessica has a phone. 3. Our reservations are for Friday October 26 through Sunday November 11. 4. Luke called yesterday and said “Congratulations on your new baby.” 5. Lonnie gave me a ride from Tulsa Oklahoma to Paris Texas. 6. After dinner check the answering machine for messages. 7. John is drinking water and Mary prefers soda. 8. “Well please come in” said my father graciously. 9. The senator’s aides said their office had received more than 1400 letters in favor of the bill.
Your statement about Bart truly feeling everything he has to say is not only correct but beneficial to the class may be entirely true! During Bart's limited exposure and experience as a BLS provider for a local non transport agency it is quite possible that he may observed or discussed with a fellow first responders additional information not learned in the BLS EMT class weather or not it is correct and he has found it beneficial in his first response practice. Additionally Bart appears to want to show his knowledge in attempt to fit in or show off. The problem with this behavior it can be distracting to his fellow students, if the information is incorrect it could cause confusion for the other students. Additionally this behavior distracts
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Specialist, As an ENT specialist, reviewing this case. I have found flaws that I’m going to correct. One thing that I’m going to do from now on is in sure that every question that a parent has is fully answered before they leave my office. I went to educate them on all the risk factors that I’m concerned with so that they could be my eyes and ears that will be watching over the patient when I’m not with them. And, have a way for them to communicate with me in a structured way that I get this valuable information. Beyond that I also would ensure that on the day of surgery strict discharge criteria is maintained. I feel that maintaining a strict discharge criteria would ensure that we catch any problems before they become significant. I then
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The cost of a new book in a hardback copy is $58.58, while a used paperback version is available for $46.50. Installing one book at each of your 10 clinics locations would cost $585.80 for the hardback copy and $465 for the paperback version. Compared to the value it provides the clinics, this resources is invaluable. It allows the RNs and EMTs to find the right management for their patients. This builds a good reputation and bring more business for the
On 10/30, Barbara was taken to Henrico Drs Hospital-Emergency Room, after she became woozy after standing up at the Gayton Home. Staff assisted her with sitting back down and contacted the paramedics. Barbara received IV fluids and had several tests (bloodwork, CT scan, & EKG). All tests were found to
Ms. Ilene, Thank you for considering me for the Med Tech I evening shift under Transfusion Services! I greatly enjoyed talking to you in the most prestigious hospital in the US. It was the hardest decision to make, but I have decided to accept a generalist position from another hospital.
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