Nursing roles Units 8 & 9

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  1. TYPES OF LOGICAL FALLACIES
    • AD HOMINEM ABUSIVE
    • APPEAL TO COMMON PRACTICE****
    • APPEAL TO EMOTION****
    • APPEAL TO TRADITION
    • CONFUSING CAUSE AND EFFECT
    • HASTY GENERALIZATION
    • STRAW MAN
    • RED HERRING
    • SLIPPERY SLOPE
  2. AD HOMINEM ABUSIVE
    ARGUMENT THAT ATTACKS THE PERSON INSTEAD OF THE ISSUE
  3. APPEAL TO COMMON PRACTICE****
    THE ARGUMENT IS MADE THAT SOMETHING IS OKAY BECAUSE MOST PEOPLE DO IT.
  4. APPEAL TO EMOTION****
    ATTEMPT TO MANIPULATE OTHER PEOPLE'S EMOTIONS IN ORDER TO AVOID THE REAL ISSUE
  5. APPEAL TO TRADITION
    THE ARGUMENT THAT DOING THINGS A CERTAIN WAY IS BEST  BECAUSE THEY'VE ALWAYS BEEN DONE THAT WAY
  6. CONFUSING CAUSE AND EFFECT
    WHEN ONE ASSUMES THAT ONE EVENT MUST CAUSE ANOTHER JUST BECAUSE WE OFTEN SEE THE TWO EVENTS OCCUR TOGETHER
  7. HASTY GENERALIZATION
    COMING TO A CONCLUSION BASED ON A VERY SMALL NUMBER OF EXAMPLES
  8. RED HERRING
    THE INTRODUCTION OF AN IRRELEVANT TOPIC IN ORDER TO DIVERT ATTENTION FROM THE REAL ISSUE
  9. SLIPPERY SLOPE
    BELIEF THAT ONE EVENT WILL INEVITABLY FOLLOW ANOTHER WITHOUT ANY REAL SUPPORT FOR THAT BELIEF
  10. STRAW MAN
    WHEN A PERSON'S POSITION ON A TOPIC IS MISREPRESENTED
  11. INFLUENCES OF INTERPRETATION OF INFORMATION
    • CONTEXT & ENVIRONMENT
    • PRECIPITATING EVENT
    • PRECONCEIVED IDEAS
    • STYLE OF TRANSMISSION
    • PAST EXPERIENCES
    • PERSONAL PERCEPTIONS
  12. CONTEXT AND ENVIRONMENT
    CONTEXT - ENTIRE SITUATION RELEVANT TO THE COMMUNICATION THAT LED TO DISCUSSION

    ENVIRONMENT - DENOTE PHYSICAL SURROUNDINGS AND HAPPENINGS AND THE EMOTIONAL CONDITIONS INVOLVED IN THE COMMUNICATION
  13. PRECIPITATING EVENT
    SPECIFICALLY TO THE EVENT OR SITUATION THAT PROMPTED THE COMMUNICATION
  14. PRECONCEIVED IDEAS
    CONCEPTIONS, OPINIONS OR THOUGHTS THAT THE RECEIVER HAS DEVELOPED BEFORE THE ENCOUNTER
  15. STYLE OF TRANSMISSION
    INVOLVED MANY ASPECTS OF THE MANNER OF CONVEYANCE OF THE MESSAGE
  16. PAST EXPERIENCES
    EACH PERSON COMES TO ANY TYPE OF COMMUNICATION WITH BAGGAGE IN TERMS OF PAST EXPERIENCES
  17. PERSONAL PERCEPTIONS
    HAVE A PROFOUND EFFECT ON THE QUALITY OF COMMUNICATION
  18. ACTIVE LISTENING
    THE PROCESS OF HEARING WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING WITH A SENSE OF SERIOUSNESS AND DISCRIMINATION
  19. ACTIVE COMMUNICATION
    IS A PARTICIPATORY FORM OF COMMUNICATION THAT PROMOTES CHANGE
  20. COMMUNICATION
    PROCESS OF RELAYING INFORMATION BETWEEN OR AMONG PEOPLE BY THE USE OF WORDS, LETTERS, SYMBOLS, OR BODY LANGUAGE
  21. ETHNOCENTRISM
    BELIEVING THAT ONE'S OWN ETHNIC GROUP, CULTURE, OR NATION IS BEST
  22. MARGINALIZED POPULATION
    A SUBGROUP OF THE POPULATION THAT TENDS TO BE HIDDEN, OVERLOOKED, OR ON THE OUTER EDGE
  23. MINORITY
    AN ETHNIC GROUP SMALLER THAN THE MAJORITY GROUP
  24. PREJUDICE
    PRECONCEIVED, DEEPLY HELD, USUALLY NEGATIVE, JUDGMENT FORMED ABOUT OTHER GROUPS
  25. STERIOTYPING
    ASSIGNING CERTAIN BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS TO GROUPS WITHOUT RECOGNIZING INDIVIDUALITY
  26. TRANSCULTURALISM
    BEING GROUNDED IN ONE'S OWN CULTURE, BUT HAVING THE SKILLS TO BE ABLE TO WORK IN A MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
  27. WORLDVIEW
    PERSPECTIVE SHARED BY A CULTURAL GROUP OF GENERAL VIEWS OF RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE UNIVERSE
  28. CULTURAL ASSESSMENT
    CULTURAL SELF-ASSESSMENT

    CULTURAL CLIENT ASSESSMENT

    CULTURAL CLIENT NUTRITION ASSESSMENT

    CULTURAL BELIEFS ABOUT SICKNESS AND CURES
  29. CULTURAL SELF ASSESMENT
    IDENTIFY INDIVIDUAL CULTURALLY BASED ATTITUDES ABOUT CLIENTS WHO ARE FROM A DIFFERENT CULTURE
  30. CULTURAL CLIENT ASSESSMENT
    THE GATHERING OF DATA PERTINENT TO CULTURAL BELIEFS AND PRACTICES
  31. CULTURAL CLIENT NUTRITION ASSESSMENT
    ASSESS THE CLIENT'S CULTURAL DEFINITION OF FOOD
  32. CULTURAL BELIEFS ABOUT SICKNESS AND CURES
    CONSIDER THE NONTRADITIONAL BELIEFS OF SICKNESS AND CURE OF VARIOUS CULTURES
  33. CULTURAL BELIEFS ABOUT SICKNESS AND CURES
    MAL OJO - EVIL EYE

    SUSTA - FRIGHT SICKNESS

    BILIS - A DISEASE BROUGHT ON BY ANGER

    EMPACHO - SHARP PAINS BROUGHT ON BY FOOD LODGED IN THE INTESTINAL TRACT
  34. CONFIDENTIALITY
    THE ACT OF LIMITING DISCLOSURE OF PRIVATE MATTERS
  35. NURSING CARE DELIVERY MODELS DEFINITION
    DETAILS THE WAY WORK ASSIGNMENTS, RESPONSIBILITY, AND AUTHORITY ARE STRUCTURES TO ACCOMPLISH PATIENT CARE, DEPICTS WHICH HEALTH CARE WORKER IS GOING TO PERFORM WHAT TASKS, WHO IS RESPONSIBLE, AND WHO HAS THE AUTHORITY TO MAKE DECISIONS
  36. NURSING CARE DELIVERY MODELS
    • TOTAL PATIENT CARE
    • FUNCTIONAL NURSING
    • TEAM NURSING
    • PRIMARY NURSING
  37. TOTAL PATIENT CARE (INTENSIVE CARE UNITS, POSTANESTHESIA CARE UNITS
    NURSE IS RESPONSIBLE FOR PLANNING, ORGANIZING, AND PERFORMING ALL PATIENT CARE DURING THE ASSIGNED SHIFT
  38. FUNCTIONAL NURSING (OPERATING ROOM)
    STAFF MEMBERS ARE ASSIGNED TO COMPLETE CERTAIN TASKS FOR A GROUP OF PATIENTS RATHER THAN CARE FOR SPECIFIC PATIENTS
  39. TEAM NURSING (INPATIENT AND OUTPATIENT)
    • RN - RESPONSIBLE FOR:
    •        
    •        PLANNING CARE
    •        
    •        ASSIGNING DUTIES
    •        
    •        DIRECTING, SUPERVISING, & ASSISTING TEAM MEMBERS    

           GIVING DIRECT CARE
  40. MODULAR NURSING (HOME HEALTH, HOSPICE, LONG-TERM CARE)
    RN "PRIMARY" NURSE ASSUMES 24 HOUR RESPONSIBILITY FOR PLANNING, DIRECTING, AND EVALUATING THE PATIENTS CARE FROM ADMISSION THROUGH DISCHARGE
  41. RECOMMENDED STANDARDS FOR CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES
    (KNOW 3)
    PROMOTE & SUPPORT THE ATTITUDES, BEHAVIORS, KNOWLEDGE, AND SKILLS NECESSARY FOR STAFF TO WORK RESPECTFULLY & EFFECTIVELY WITH PATIENTS & EACH OTHER IN A CULTURALLY DIVERSE WORK ENVIRONMENT

    HAVE A COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT STRATEGY TO ADDRESS CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES, INCLUDING STRATEGIC GOALS, PLANS, POLICIES, PROCEDURES, AND DESIGNATED STAFF RESPONSIBLE FOR IMPLEMENTATION
  42. RECOMMENDED STANDARDS FOR CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES
    (KNOW 3)
    UTILIZE FORMAL MECHANISMS FOR COMMUNITY AND CONSUMER INVOLVEMENT IN THE DESIGN AND EXECUTION OF SERVICE DELIVERY, INCLUDING PLANNING, POLICYMAKING, OPERATIONS, EVALUATION, TRAINING AND, AS APPROPRIATE, TREATMENT PLANNING

    DEVELOP & IMPLEMENT A STRATEGY TO RECRUIT, RETAIN, & PROMOTE QUALIFIED, DIVERSE, & CULTURALLY COMPETENT ADMINISTRATIVE, CLINICAL, & SUPPORT STAFF MEMBERS THAT ARE TRAINED & QUALIFIED TO ADDRESS THE NEEDS OF THE RACIAL & ETHNIC COMMUNITIES BEING SERVED
  43. RECOMMENDED STANDARDS FOR CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES
    (KNOW 3)
    REQUIRE & ARRANGE FOR ONGOING EDUCATION & TRAINING FOR ADMINISTRATIVE, CLINICAL, & SUPPORT STAFF IN CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY COMPETENT SERVICE DELIVERY

    PROVIDE ALL CLIENTS WITH LIMITED ENGLISH PROFICIENCY (LEP) ACCESS TO BILINGUAL STAFF OR INTERPRETATION SERVICES
  44. RECOMMENDED STANDARDS FOR CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES
    (KNOW 3)
    PROVIDE ORAL AND WRITTEN NOTICES, INCLUDING TRANSLATED SIGNAGE AT KEY POINTS OF CONTACT, TO CLIENTS IN THEIR PRIMARY LANGUAGE INFORMING THEM OF THEIR RIGHT TO RECEIVE INTERPRETER SERVICES FREE OF CHARGE

    TRANSLATE & MAKE AVAILABLE SIGNAGE & COMMONLY USED WRITTEN PATIENT EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL AND OTHER MATERIALS FOR MEMBERS OF THE DOMINANT LANGUAGE GROUPS IN SERVICE AREAS
  45. RECOMMENDED STANDARDS FOR CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES(KNOW 3)
    ENSURE THAT INTERPRETERS & BILINGUAL STAFF CAN DEMONSTRATE BILINGUAL PROFICIENCY & RECEIVE TRAINING THAT INCLUDES THE SKILLS & ETHICS OF INTERPRETING AS WELL AS KNOWLEDGE IN BOTH LANGUAGES OF THE TERMS & CONCEPTS RELEVANT TO CLINICAL OR NONCLINICAL ENCOUNTERS.  (FAMILY & FRIENDS DON'T COUNT)

    ENSURE THAT THE CLIENT'S PRIMARY SPOKEN LANGUAGE & SELF-IDENTIFIED RACE OR ETHNICITY ARE INCLUDED IN THE HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATION'S MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM AS WELL AS ANY PATIENT RECORDS USED BY PROVIDER STAFF
  46. RECOMMENDED STANDARDS FOR CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES(KNOW 3)
    UTILIZE A VARIETY OF METHODS TO COLLECT & USE ACCURATE DEMOGRAPHIC, CULTURAL, EPIDEMIOLOGIC, & CLINICAL OUTCOME DATA FOR RACIAL & ETHNIC GROUPS IN THE SERVICE AREA

    UNDERTAKE ONGOING ORGANIZATIONAL SELF-ASSESSMENT OF CULTURAL & LINGUISTIC COMPETENCE; INTEGRATE MEASURES OF ACCESS, SATISFACTION, QUALITY, AND OUTCOMES FOR CLAS INTO OTHER ORGANIZATIONAL INTERNAL AUDITS & PERFORMANCE-IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS
  47. RECOMMENDED STANDARDS FOR CULTURALLY & LINGUISTICALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES(KNOW 3)
    DEVELOP STRUCTURES & PROCEDURES TO ADDRESS CROSSCULTURAL ETHICAL & LEGAL CONFLICTS IN HEALTH CARE DELIVERY & COMPLAINTS OR GRIEVANCES BY PATIENTS & STAFF ABOUT UNFAIR, CULTURALLY INSENSITIVE, OR DISCRIMINATORY TREATMENT; DIFFICULTY IN ACCESSING SERVICES; OR DENIAL OF SERVICES

    PREPARE AN ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT DOCUMENTING THE ORGANIZATIONS' PROGRESS WITH IMPLEMENTING CLAS STANDARDS, INCLUDING INFORMATION ON PROGRAMS, STAFFING, & RESOURCES.
  48. NURSING'S SOCIAL POLICY STATEMENT
    NURSING IS THE PROTECTION, PROMOTION, & OPTIMIZATION OF HEALTH & ABILITIES, PREVENTION OF ILLNESS & INJURY, ALLEVIATION OF SUFFERING THROUGH THE DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT OF HUMAN RESPONSE, & ADVOCACY IN THE CARE OF INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES, COMMUNITIES & POPULATION
  49. MEDLINE DATABASE
    PLACE TO GO FOR RESEARCH
  50. 6 CAUSES OF DEATH THAT ARE PRIORITIES FOR MINORITIES
    • 1)  CANCER
    • 2)  CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE & STROKE
    • 3)  CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY AS MEASURED BY DEATHS CAUSED BY CIRRHOSIS OF THE LIVER
    • 4)  DIABETES
    • 5)  HOMICIDES & ACCIDENTS
    • 6)  INFANT MORTALITY
  51. WHAT TYPE OF NURSE LOOKS AT THE DRG (DIAGNOSIS RELATED GROUPING)
    UTILIZATION REVIEW NURSE
  52. INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD DETERMINES WHETHER RESEARCH STUDIES INVOLVING HUMAN SUBJECTS WILL
    CAUSE HARM
  53. TELEHEALTH EXAMPLES
    • AUTOMATED BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR
    • GLUCOSE TESTING METERS
    • PEAK FLOWMETERS
    • PULSE OXIMETERS
    • WEIGHT SCALES
    • 2-WAY DIGITAL TRANSPORT SYSTEMS
  54. PRIVACY
    REFERS TO THE RIGHT OF AN INDIVIDUAL TO KEEP INFORMATION ABOUT ONESELF FROM BEING DISCLOSED TO ANYONE ELSE
  55. CONFIDENTIALITY
    THE ACT OF LIMITING DISCLOSURE OF PRIVATE MATTERS.
  56. ETHNOCENTRISM
    BELIEVING THAT ONE'S OWN ETHNIC GROUP, CULTURE, OR NATION IS BEST
  57. MARGINALIZED POPULATION
    A SUBGROUP OF THE POPULATION THAT TENDS TO BE HIDDEN, OVERLOOKED, OR ON THE OUTER EDGE.
  58. MINORITY
    AN ETHNIC GROUP SMALLER THAN THE MAJORITY GROUP
  59. PREDJUDICE
    PRECONCEIVED, DEEPLY HELD, USUALLY NEGATIVE, JUDGEMENT FORMED ABOUT THE OTHER GROUPS
  60. STEREOTYPING
    ASSIGNING CERTAIN BELIEFS AND BEHAVIORS TO GROUPS WITHOUT RECOGNIZING INDIVIDUALITY
  61. TRANSCULTURALISM
    BEING GROUNDED IN ONE'S OWN CULTURE, BUT HAVING THE SKILLS TO BE ABLE TO WORK IN A MULTICULTURAL ENVIRONMENT
  62. WORLDVIEW
    PERSPECTIVE SHARED BY A CULTURAL GROUP OF GENERAL VIEWS OF RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE UNIVERSE

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