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"Qualitative research study using a pediatric toolkit to decrease the discomfort and anxiety of a pediatric patient in an emergency department"
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This toolkit would
assist them in the care of the pediatric population being treatment in the chaotic environment of a busy emergency trauma center. The toolkit would consist of distraction techniques, position changes, and advocacy for early pain management enhancing the emergency department experience for child, while simultaneously improving the satisfaction of the parents.
With the 2011 health care reform bill staring health care providers in the face, patient-centered outcomes are prominently vital for reimbursement purposes. Accountability of health care providers, particularly nurses, and how the patient and their families perceive the delivery of such care greatly influence the report cards. Therefore, a dissatisfied patient or family member who documents their concerns in a letter to the Chief Executive Officer of a hospital causes great consternation.
The horizon of health care is rapidly approaching with the introduction of the numerous facets healthcare reform presents. Report cards specifically honing in on patient outcome and satisfaction will greatly affect the amount of Medicare funding. Consequently, hospitals are paying a great deal of attention to improving the patient safety status and raising the bar of patient outcomes and satisfaction.
Our hospital’s CEO recently received, in a one-month period of time, 3 letters to administration complaining about the lack of compassion demonstrated by Emergency Department nurses to the pediatric population. Parents of pediatric patients complained emergency department nurses were not compassionate, but rather cold and seemingly uncaring toward their ill or injured child. During mandatory Emergency Department staff meetings, this issue was discussed at great length, and a fix-it quick plan was generated. Suddenly, with the down turn of the US economy, the main
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ompetitive marketplace, and quality-conscious health care purchasers and consumers—enthusiasm for CQI may be on the decline (Shortell, Levin, OBrien, & Hughes, 1995). One barrier to successful implementation and survival of CQI is physician reluctance to adopt new work
Consequentially, when all these are experienced during the child developmental stage can have grave impact on the cognitive development. Furthermore, unrecognised oral disease and delayed dental medication result in aggravated problems and would later on
Safety has always been the primary criteria for citizens in any country, and it is here that the 911 prove their point when it comes to safe- guarding its people in the United States.
But how far can this be carried out is the point in
There is a pressing need therefore to identify and come up with solutions to this problem. This proposal discusses the problem of emergency room overcrowding and goes ahead to try and establish causes that may not have been identified by past research studies.
There are no doubt multiple factors which contribute to this situation, including the teaching methods used, the skills level of teachers, the content of the teaching materials used in class, and many intangible factors
The major objective of this research study is to ascertain the improvement of the dysphagia free-survival as well as overall survival with chemotherapy or not. On the other hand, the paper will also illustrate the ability to tolerate treatment, toxicity, patterns, and
Children develop views about the authority in their early years. By the time they are five years, they have a general concept of what political parties are and who is the president. They also have a clear understanding of