Inevitable interpersonal event

First, describe the event, including individuals and pertinent background.
Second, identify at least 1 inevitable interpersonal event/s that occurred and justify your selection. You are encouraged to identify more if they exist.
Third, describe the impact the event/s had on the therapy process.
Fourth, describe interpersonal actions that were taken, identifying the interpersonal modes used and justifying why you selected those modes to describe the actions taken. Finally, explain how those actions facilitated or inhibited the therapy process. Throughout your write-up, focus on rapport, engagement, trust, and/or mutual understanding between the client and practitioner. Use observed verbal and non-verbal communication to support your interpretation of the events of the situation.

5 Whys Root Cause Analysis

5 Whys Root Cause Analysis

5 Whys Root Cause Analysis for Maryland Health Care Provider Sentenced to 10 Years in Federal Prison for Health Care Fraud Resulting in Patient Deaths

Read: https://www.justice.gov/usao-md/pr/maryland-health-care-provider-sentenced-10-years-federal-prison-health-care-fraud

Use the 5 Whys to conduct a root cause analysis to determine why the Medicare fraud occurred and Timothy Emeigh’s participation in the case.

Write a 750- to 1050-word paper that identifies and evaluates the root cause for Medicare fraud in this case.

Include each the following:

  • List each of the 5 Whys and your response.
  • Speculate as to why Mr. Emeigh participated in the scheme.
  • Explain what you might have done to prevent this from happening.

Cite 3 reputable references to support your assignment (e.g., trade or industry publications, government or agency websites, scholarly works, or other sources of similar quality).

 

Assisted dying are you for it

Assisted dying are you for it

Argumentative essay

Do you support assisted dying?

What are your views about euthanasia?

Reasons that MRT might be more useful to clinical practice compared to philosophies of nursing

Reasons that MRT might be more useful to clinical practice compared to philosophies of nursing

Briefly discuss the reasons that MRT might be more useful to clinical practice compared to philosophies of nursing or conceptual models. Write in APA format and cite sources.

Sister Mary is a patient in Level 2 Emergency Departmen

Sister Mary is a patient in Level 2 Emergency Departmen

Sister Mary is a patient in Level 2 Emergency Department. She must have a neural examination, physical assessment, radiographs of her facial bones, and a computed tomography scan of the head. Taking into consideration that she is a Roman Catholic nun, what would be the ideal course of patient education as this woman progresses from department to department?
How would you use collaboration to assist in compliance with a patient as difficult as Alma?

Personal Statement Applying for Spine Fellowship in Canada

Personal Statement Applying for Spine Fellowship in Canada

personal statement, statement of purpose, and admission essay all share one thing in common: they are part of the documents required from an applicant seeking admission to a college or professional body. Sometimes, job applicants in certain organizations are required to write and submit a personal statement or statement of purpose.

In this case, the goal of a personal statement is to write a description or summary of your life, who you are, and your aspirations.

The statement should not exceed 1000 words.
Goal: Write about yourself, why you want to do spine.

Give the interviewer something to talk about

Nursing Theories and Models  in Nursing Practice

Nursing Theories and Models  in Nursing Practice

Florence Nightingale – Environment theory
Hildegard Peplau – Interpersonal theory
Virginia Henderson – Need Theory
Fay Abdella – Twenty One Nursing Problems
Ida Jean Orlando – Nursing Process theory
Dorothy Johnson – System model
Martha Rogers -Unitary Human beings
Dorothea Orem – Self-care theory
Imogene King – Goal Attainment theory
Betty Neuman – System model
Sister Calista Roy – Adaptation theory
Jean Watson – Philosophy and Caring Model
Madeleine Leininger -Transcultural nursing
Patricia Benner – From Novice to Expert
Lydia E. Hall – The Core, Care and Cure
Joyce Travelbee – Human-To-Human Relationship Model
Margaret Newman – Health As Expanding Consciousness
Katharine Kolcaba – Comfort Theory
Rosemarie Rizzo Parse – Human Becoming Theory
Ernestine Wiedenbach – The Helping Art of Clinical Nursing

 

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Paper details:

American Academy of Pediatrics — Case study: Adverse Childhood Experiences Go to the following links and complete both case study questions:

iagnosing Diseases and Prescribing Medications Directions

Diagnosing Diseases and Prescribing Medications Directions

You are provided with symptoms of a certain disease, age of the person, and other details such as heart rate (HR), blood pressure(B/P) respiration (R), temperature (T), and so forth. Requirements: Using Evidence Based practice, answer the following questions thoroughly. Be sure to use APA formatting. What is the pertinent positive and negative findings in this patient assessment? Create a list of differentials with rationales for this patient? Discuss a medication regimen for this patient considering his financial status? What is the priority concern for this patient? How does this patient’s comorbid diagnosis impact his current symptoms? Discuss how the patient’s’ health beliefs, culture and behaviors impact the potential outcomes for the patient.

Evidence-based Nursing Paper

Evidence-based Nursing Paper

Literature review evidence-based paper on preventing medical errors

5 Pages

3 scholarly sources

APA format

See attached rubric to guide on how you will write the paper.