This will promote a professional standard that needs to be maintained in order

This will promote a professional standard that needs

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This will promote a professional standard that needs to be maintained in order for the unit to prosper and provide the patients with a level of care that is exemplary. These are some of the interventions that will provide the staff to stay with the current job and it will avoid the staff leaving the unit to look for other opportunities because of the decreased amount of stress. It is important from a managerial point of view to keep its employees happy to retain the staff. Hiring of new staff will result in a financial burden for the unit. Employees are more likely to stay and work harder for the unit if they feel appreciated and the administration shows the employees that they are doing things to help them complete their assigned tasks(Clarke,2006).
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Conclusion In conclusion, it is essential that the facility and the unit make addendums to policies and procedures that support the overall goal of the organization. In this paper the systems theory was used to identify a problem that was explained and interventions were pointed out for the solution of the problem and to achieve the desired outcome for the patients and the employees of the unit. Utilization of the interventions will result in better quality of care for the patients, which will result in improved patient safety and satisfaction. These interventions will also provide a sense of appreciation to the staff on the unit and it will promote them to provide exceptional care to the patients and give them a sense of importance that is shown by the organization. This sense of importance will play a part in the retention of the employees in the long term and it will have a positive impact on the financial situation of the organization.
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References Gillies, Dee Ann (2010). Nursing management a systems approach. Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders Company, 56- 74. Cho S. Nurse staffing and adverse patient outcomes: a systems approach. Nursing Outlook. 2011;49(2):78–85. Clarke S. Research on nurse staffing and its outcomes: the challenges and risks of grasping at shadows. In: Nelson S, Gordon S, editors. The Complexities of Care: Nursing Reconsidered. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press; 2006. pp. 161–184.
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