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The importance to advocate for the patients best

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professional and personal values. The importance to advocate for the patient's best outcome is always the priority. It is vital that nurses preserve the scope of nursing practice and the unique contributions of nursing to patient care” (Winland-Brown et al., 2015 p. 268). The final interpretive statement for this provision involves maintaining a therapeutic and professional relationship. Reference Winland-Brown, J., Lachman, V., Swanson, E. O. (2015). The new ‘code of ethics for nurses with interpretive statements’ (2015): Practical 2
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STATION 1 -- Points Possible = 20 clinical application, part I. MEDSURG Nursing, 24 (4) 268-271. Station 2: STATION 2 - Points Possible = 30 Go to the City Government building and locate the mayor. Click on him to get information about a about a federal hurricane disaster plan disaster plan. Answer these 3 questions: Where will this plan be used? Who will oversee the plan? Where was it used most recently in 2013? Place your answers below and then continue to the next page of the worksheet to complete Station 2. ANSWER: After speaking with the Mayor, the disaster plan is to provide oversight after a hurricane. FEMA is overseeing the plan. The last time we had to use this plan was during Hurricane Sandy in 2013. Station 2 continued: STATION 2 - continued 3
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Take picture/”selfie” with the mayor. To take a picture: choose your snapshot camera icon from your left toolbar. Then click on Save to Disk . Then from the highlighted green dropdown bar choose 320 x 240 and then click SAVE. Remember to save the photograph to your desktop to easily locate it. Copy and paste your photo in the box on the next page. Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Station 2 continued: STATION 2 – copy and paste your picture in this box 4
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Station 3: STATION 3 - Points Possible = 30 5
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Find the board room in the Hospital Administration Building. Click on the CEO to receive information on a new cardiac wing. Answer these two questions: Who is the donor and what are the two next steps for hospital board project? Place your answers below.
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  • Spring '17
  • Dr Smith
  • Nursing, Sphygmomanometer, Points Possible

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