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WHO

World health organization

"Health is a state of complete physical, mental, social well-being, not merely the absence of a disease."

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Practice alerts

Directives from AACN supported by authoritative evidence

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AACN PEARL

Practice

Evidence

Application

Resources

Leadership

Online base tools

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Clinical focus

Knowledgeable portal for clinical topics of interest to acute care and critical care nurses

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Thunder studies

Research protocol for institution review and implementation

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Procedure manual

Comprehensive coverage of procedures unique to critical care

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NLN trends

1. Changing demographics and increasing diversity

2. Technological explosion

3. Globalization of the worlds economy and society

4. Alternative therapies and Genomics, Palliative care

5. Shift of population based care and increasing complexity of care

6. Cost

7. Health policy and regulation

8. Growing need for interdisciplinary education for collaborative practice

9. Current nursing shortage/opportunities for lifelong learning and workforce development

10. Advances in nursing science and research

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Nurse role in continuity of care

Caregiver

Communicator

Teacher/educator

Counselor

Leader

Researcher

Advocate

Collaborator

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Cognitive competency

Thinking

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4 competencies

Cognitive

Technical- equipment

Interpersonal

Ethical/Legal -moral and professional

CTILE "style"

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SOAP

Subjective

Objective

Assessment

Plan

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SOAPIE

Subjective

Objective

Assessment

Plan

Intervention

Evaluation

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DAR

Data

Action

Response

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PIE

Problem

Intervention

Evaluation

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CBE

Chatting by exception

Shorthand documentation

Only significant finding or exceptions of standards are doc in narrative notes

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ISBARR

Identify

Situation

Background

Assessment

Recommendation

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SBAR

Situation

Background

Assessment

Recommendation

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Cultural shock

Feelings a person may experience when placed in a different culture

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Culture assimilation

Minority group lives within dominant group

Members lose cultural characteristics

Take on values of dominant culture

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Cultural blindness

One ignores differences and proceeds as though they do not exist

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African American

Family: close and supportive, important, matriarchal

Health care: spiritual, herb doctors, root doctors, skilled family

Values: high religious

Considerations: special care for hair and skin, fold healing

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Asian

Family: welfare of family is valued above the person, extended family is common, sharing is expected

Health care: Taoism (seeks balance), Yin and Yang, imbalance caused from improper diet, use of herbs

Values: self-respect and control, age is respected, hard work, PRAISE self or others is poor manners

Considerations: upset with blood draw, die with body intact, dietary counseling

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Hispanic

Family: role important, Compradrazgo: special bond between child's parents and grandparents

Heal: Curanderas, balance hot and cold in body

Belief: Roman Catholic, God gives health and allows illness for a reason

Considerations: special diet (hot/cold), diet counseling

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Muslim

Family: marriage for sexual relations and parenthood, discourage use of contraceptives, sudden death or illness is punishment from god

Belief: Allah, Muhammad is messenger, god gave bodies as gifts to be cared for through health and diet, Allah determines when you die

Consider: accommodation for prayer, no alcohol or pork, Ramadan: fast from sunrise to sunset

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Native American

Family: long and extended, grandparents are leaders and decision makers

Health care: medicine man, herbs

Beliefs: present orientated, high respect for age, high respect for those who care for others

Consider: no eye contact, low tone of voice

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Hawaiian

Family: role important, each gender and age has specific roles

Health care: patient illness as whole, emphasis on preventative medicine, 300+ med plants and minerals

Belief: Christian god replaced myriad of Hawaiian gods, death not feared

Consider: extensive family network during hospitalization

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Appalachian

Family: intense interpersonal relations, elderly respect, live in rural areas

Health care: granny woman or folk healer, various herbs

Beliefs: isolation is accepted, divine existence rather than attending particular church

Consider: all fam remain with patient

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Maslow Hierarchy

Psychological
Safety
Love/belonging
Self-esteem
Self-actualization