Potter: Fundamentals of Nursing, 8th Edition
Chapter 21: Managing Patient Care
Ms. Liz Osborne is being admitted to the medical-surgical unit for acute symptoms of
anemia. She is a 27-year-old schoolteacher. She has been on a juice diet for the
ANA Standards of professional performance
I: quality of practice
The registered nurse systematically
enhances the quality and effectiveness
of nursing practice
1. Demonstrates quality by documenting the applicatio
Critical Thinking and Evaluation
Evaluation is an ongoing process.
If outcomes are met, patient goals are met.
Positive evaluations occur when nurses
meet desired outcomes.
Positive evaluations lead nurses to
conclude that interventi
symptom management the pain the restlessness how to deal with family
Mobility 2 on parkinsons safety educate on using assistive devices good shoes
aspiration standard med levodopa orthostatic hypo tension. PE DTV complication
At my place of employment I encountered an employee who did the bare minimum
of her job. This is how I handled the situation.
D- I told my co worker I was worried that she wasnt performing the basic duties
that were required of her in her job
Encompasses the whole person as they relate and connect to other people the
community and god
Religion the outward expression of spiritually and formal expression of god
Studies demonstrate the religious or spiritually practices
100A Week 13
1. Forming: behavior driven by desire to be accepted, serious issues avoided,
comfortable stage, the team meets and learns about opportunities and
challenges. Importance of forming members get to know each to each other
2. Storming: necessary
This is what she said to study!
Different levels of clinical judgment
Attitude competencies related to clinical judgments
Barriers to clinical judgment
Levels of care: Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary
Perspective payment syste