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Design a brochure that nursing administration could use to introduce this theory to their nursing staff, faculty or patients within their nursing clinical unit, education or research environment. Do not be carried away by the description of the theory that you forget to align the content of your brochure with the following rubric. In a simple and concise manner, describe the selected theory and how it could be useful and relevant to your chosen nursing environment. Please pay close attention to ensure that you attend to the following criteria: 1. Briefly describe the nursing environment that you wish to support (1 pt) 2. Describe the nursing theory/model that you plan to introduce (2 pts) 3. What are the strengths of that nursing theory? Why is it useful and relevant to that particular nursing unit, educational or research envi 4. Use the six QSEN Competencies to explain how your chosen theory can be applied (6 pts) a. Patient-centered care b. Teamwork and collaboration c. Evidenced-based practice (EBP) d. Quality Improvements (QI) e. Safety f. Informatics 5. Select any two concerns below (4 pts): Design a professional brochure that expresses clearly how your chosen theory could be applied to improve quality of any two of the following areas: a. Patient care b. Nursing education c. Nursing research d. Health disparities Definitions are not accepted. Be specific on the application of the theory on patient care, nursing education, nursing research, and health disparities. 6. Creativity: clarity and conciseness of the brochure Please provide a complete and concise description of each of the areas being asked for. Vague discussions will not be assigned points, i.e., wrong contents will not be considered.
10. Depending on state and local law, a patient who is disoriented, in shock, mentally ill, or under the influence of drugs or alcohol may not be considered competent to refuse care.
9. The patient who has become calm following a period of combativeness will most likely not revert to the earlier behavior.
8. Under most state laws, any adult of sound mind has the right to determine whether he or she will be treated or, more specifically, touched by another person in the course of treatment.
6. In treating a behavioral emergency, an EMT should not leave the patient alone.
7. Once a patient is acting rationally, an EMT may remove soft restraints.
4. Every suicidal act or gesture should be taken seriously, and the patient should be transported for evaluation.
5. If a patient’s fear or aggression increases, an EMT should not push the issue of transport.
3. Whenever an EMT is called to the scene of a suicide attempt, his or her first concern should be for the patient’s safety.
1. During a behavioral emergency, an EMT should call the police only as a last resort.
2. When dealing with a patient with a behavior problem, always consider that the problem may be caused by a physical condition.
l. List seven physical conditions that are likely to alter a person’s behavior.
2. List seven basic principles to keep in mind whenever you encounter a behavioral emergency.