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Model of care where an rn is responsible for all

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model of care where an RN is responsible for all aspects of care for one or more clients. The RNmay delegate aspects of care but retains accountability for care of all assigned clients.DIF: A dm 303 OBJ: ComprehensionTOP: Nursing Process: EvaluationMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safe, Effective Care Environment11.Accountability is a critical aspect of nursing care. An example of a specific decision-makingprocess of accountability is demonstrated by:1Selecting the medication schedule for the client2Implementing discharge teaching plans that meet individualneeds3Evaluating the clients outcomes following implementation ofcare4Promoting participation of all staff members in regular unitmeetingsANS: 3Accountability refers to individuals being responsible for their actions. It involves follow-up anda reflective analysis of ones decisions to evaluate their effectiveness. Selecting the medicationschedule for the client is an example of taking responsibility. Implementing discharge teachingplans that meet individual needs is an example of autonomy. Promoting participation of all staffmembers in unit meetings is an example of decentralized management and of promotingauthority.EWHVWEDQNV±FRPBtestbanks.com
EWHVWEDQNV±FRPThe Marketplace to Buy and Sell your StudyMaterialEWHVWEDQNV±FRPThe Marketplace to Buy and Sell yourStudy MaterialDIF: A dm 305 OBJ: ComprehensionTOP: Nursing Process: EvaluationMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safe, Effective Care Environment12. The student nurse is seeking to learn skills associated with priority setting. In discussingdifferent priorities of care, an example of a second-order priority is:1The need to urinate2An obstructed airway3The side effects of a medication4Activities of daily living in the home environmentANS: 1Second-order priority needs are actual problems for which the client or family has requestedimmediate help, such as a full bladder. An obstructed airway is a first-order priority need becauseit is an immediate threat to a clients survival or safety. Side effects of a medication is an exampleof a third-order priority need. It is a relatively urgent actual or potential problem that the client orfamily does not recognize. Activities of daily living in the home environment is a fourth-orderpriority need. It is an actual or potential problem with which the client or family may need helpin the future.DIF: A dm 307 OBJ: ComprehensionTOP: Nursing Process: EvaluationMSC: NCLEX test plan designation: Safe, Effective Care Environment13. The nurse on the unit is determining which activities may be delegated to assistive personnel.Assuming that the nurse assistant is competent, which one of the following activities may besafely delegated by the registered nurse?

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