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Unformatted text preview: ACTIVE LEARNING TEMPLATE: Basic Concept Hilary Slocum STUDENT NAME______________________________________ and Supervision ATI CONCEPT__Delegation _____________________________________________________________________________ REVIEW MODULE CHAPTER__6 __________ Related Content Underlying Principles (E.G., DELEGATION, LEVELS OF PREVENTION, ADVANCE DIRECTIVES) 5 Rights of Delegation Delegation must be according to skill level Assistive Personnel cannot evaluate or assess patients Determine and evaluate the competency of the delegatee Communicate what data needs to be collected ACTIVE LEARNING TEMPLATES Nursing Interventions WHO? WHEN? WHY? HOW? Right Task Right Circumstances Right Person Right Direction and Communication Right Supervision and Evaluation A right task is repetitive, requires little supervision, and is relatively noninvasive Assistive Personnel cannot administer medications The delegatee must have the proper training and competency. Provide a method and timeline for reporting RN's can delegate to LPN's and AP's AP's are allowed to complete Activities of Daily living and routine tasks such as bed making, specimen collection, vital signs (on noncritical patients) and intake and output The RN is responsible for knowing what tasks are suitable for delegation and what are not Continually review the performance of the delegatee and determine care competence Communicate specific tasks to be completed and client specific instructions Therapeutic Procedure  A1 ...
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