Did current nursing or healthcare related research support the information presented in the brochure?

Guidelines for
National Patient Safety Goals Assignment
Purpose
This exercise is designed to
increase the students’ awareness of the National Patient Safety Goals developed
by The Joint Commission. Specifically, this assignment will introduce the Speak
Up Initiatives, an award-winning patient safety program designed to help
patients promote their own safety by proactively taking charge of their
healthcare.
Course Outcomes
This assignment enables the student to meet the following
course outcomes.
CO#2:Apply the concepts of health promotion and illness
prevention in the laboratory setting. (PO#2)
CO #8: Explain the rationale for selected
nursing interventions based upon current nursing literature. (PO #8)
Due Date
Week 6
Campus:As
directed by your faculty member
Online:
11:59 p.m. mountain time on the Sunday at the end of Week 6
Points
50 points
Requirements
1.
Select
a Speak Up brochure developed by The Joint Commission. Follow this link to the
proper website:.jointcommission.org/topics/speakup_brochures.aspx”>http://www.jointcommission.org/topics/speakup_brochures.aspx.
2.
Write
a short paperreviewing the brochure. Use the Grading Criteria (below) to
structure your critique, and include current nursing or healthcare research to
support your critique.
a.
The
length of the paper is to be no greater than three pages, double spaced,
excluding title page and reference page. Extra pages will not be read and will
not count toward your grade.
3.
This
assignment will be graded on quality of information presented, use of
citations, and use of Standard English grammar, sentence structure, and
organization based on the required components.
4.
Create
the review using Microsoft Word 2007 (a part of Microsoft Office 2007), the
required format for all Chamberlain documents. You can tell that the document
is saved as a MS Word 2007 document because it will end in .docx.
5.
Any
questions about this paper may be discussed in the weekly Q & A Forumin your
online course or directly with your faculty member if you are taking NR224 on
campus.
6.
APA
format is required with both a title page and reference page. Use the required
components of the review as Level 1 headers (upper- and lowercase, bold, centered).
a.
Introduction
b.
Summary
of Brochure
c.
Evaluation
of Brochure
d.
Conclusion

Preparing the
Paper
The following are the best practices in preparing this
paper.
1)
Read
the brochure carefully and take notes. Highlighting important points has been
helpful to many students.
2)
Title
page: Include title of your paper, your name, Chamberlain College of Nursing,
NR224 FundamentalsSkills,faculty name, and the date. Center all items between
the left and right margins, beginning approximately 3 inches from the top
margin.
NOTE:
This style of cover page is required by the college and is a variance of APA
formatting.
3)
Use
the CCN library or online library to find current nursing research that
supports your findings.
4)
The
brochure you select must be properly cited in the body of your paper and on the
reference list.
Directions and
Grading Criteria

Category

Points

%

Description

Introduction

3

6

This first part of your paper should be one paragraph that
includes the brochure title, date published, and your understanding of who
the information would benefit.

Summary of the brochure’s
recommendations

10

20

Summary of brochure
must include
1. main topics discussed; and
2. how communication between patients
and healthcare providers is encouraged.

Evaluation of the brochure

20

40

Critique
the brochure. Include a full one- to two-page critique that answers all of
the following questions.
1. What was done well, and what could
have been improved in the brochure?
2. Why did this topic interest you?
3. Was the information provided in
the brochure beneficial? Could you incorporate it in your patient education?
4. Was the information presented clearly?
5. Did current nursing or healthcare
related research support the information presented in the brochure?
6. What population or individuals
does this article apply to (i.e., who will benefit the most from this brochure)?
Who else can use this information?
7. Will this information increase
patient safety? Defend your answer.

Conclusion

5

10

An
effective conclusion identifies the main ideas and major support points from
the body of your report. Minor details are left out. Summarize the benefits of
following the brochure’s advice to a person at risk.

Clarity of writing

10

20

Use Standard English grammar and
sentence structure. No spelling or typographical errors (typos) are present. The
paper is organized around required components, using appropriate headers.

APA format

2

4

All
information taken from another source, even if summarized, must be cited in
the paper and listed in the references using (APA sixth ed.)format.
1.
Document setup
2.
Title and reference pages.
3.
Citations in the text and reference page.

Total

50

100%

Grading Rubric

Assignment Criteria

Outstanding
or Highest Level of Performance
A (92100%)

Very
Good or High Level of Performance
B
(8491%)

Competent
or Satisfactory Level of Performance
C
(7683%)

Poor,
Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of Performance
F
(075%)

Introduction
3 points

Introduction
provides a full and complete identification of the brochure, including the
brochure title, date published, and understanding of who the information
would benefit.

3
points

Partial
identification of required elementsORintroduction
contains norequired elementsORno introduction
02
points

Summary of the article

10 points

Summary
is completeand thoroughly covers all required elements.

10points

Summary is
complete and is missing no more than one required element.

9
points

Summary is
complete and is missing no more thantwo required elements.

8
points

Summary is
incomplete or not included and is missing more than one required element.
07points

Evaluation of the Article
20 points

Critique
of article demonstrates critical thinking and answers all required questions
and supported findings with current nursing research.
1920
points

Critique
demonstrates basic understanding of article, answers all but one of the
required questions, and/or does not support findings with current research.
1718
points

Critique
demonstrates basic understanding of article, answers all but two or three of
the required questions, and/or does not support findings with current
research.
16
points

The critique
of the article is poor, lacks critical or original thinking, andfails to
answer two or more questions

015points

Conclusion
5 points

Original
explanation is well evidenced and developed.

5points

Original
explanation is present and well evidenced, yet not well developed.
4.5
points

Original
explanation is present, though not well evidenced or developed.
4
points

Conclusion
is omitted ORno original
explanationis present in conclusion.
03
points

Clarity of writing
10 points

Paper has
excellent use of Standard English, showing original thought, has no spelling
or grammar errors, and is well organized.
10
points

Paper has
some evidence of own expression and competently uses language, no more than two
spelling or grammar errors, and is well organized.
9
points

Paper has
some evidence of own expression and competently uses language, no more than
four spelling or grammar errors, and iswell organized.
8
points

Language
needs development. There are five or more spelling and/or grammar errors, and
paper is poorly organized.

07
points

APA format
2 points

Paper
correctly follows APA format with no more than two types of errors.

2points

Paper has three to five errors in
APA format, grammar, spelling, and syntax and/or onetwo citations are
missing.
1
point

APA, grammar, spelling and/or
punctuation contain multiple errors and/or many citations are missing.
0 points

Total Points Possible = 50 points

Guidelines for
National Patient Safety Goals AssignmentThis exercise is designed to
increase the students’ awareness of the National Patient Safety Goals developed
by The Joint Commission. Specifically, this assignment will introduce the Speak
Up Initiatives, an award-winning patient safety program designed to help
patients promote their own safety by proactively taking charge of their
healthcare.This assignment enables the student to meet the following
course outcomes.CO#2:Apply the concepts of health promotion and illness
prevention in the laboratory setting. (PO#2)CO #8: Explain the rationale for selected
nursing interventions based upon current nursing literature. (PO #8)Due DateWeek 6 Campus:As
directed by your faculty member Online:
11:59 p.m. mountain time on the Sunday at the end of Week 61.
Select
a Speak Up brochure developed by The Joint Commission. Follow this link to the
proper website:.jointcommission.org/topics/speakup_brochures.aspx”>http://www.jointcommission.org/topics/speakup_brochures.aspx.2.
Write
a short paperreviewing the brochure. Use the Grading Criteria (below) to
structure your critique, and include current nursing or healthcare research to
support your critique.a.
The
length of the paper is to be no greater than three pages, double spaced,
excluding title page and reference page. Extra pages will not be read and will
not count toward your grade.3.
This
assignment will be graded on quality of information presented, use of
citations, and use of Standard English grammar, sentence structure, and
organization based on the required components.4.
Create
the review using Microsoft Word 2007 (a part of Microsoft Office 2007), the
required format for all Chamberlain documents. You can tell that the document
is saved as a MS Word 2007 document because it will end in .docx.5.
Any
questions about this paper may be discussed in the weekly Q & A Forumin your
online course or directly with your faculty member if you are taking NR224 on
campus. 6.
APA
format is required with both a title page and reference page. Use the required
components of the review as Level 1 headers (upper- and lowercase, bold, centered).a.
Introductionb.
Summary
of Brochurec.
Evaluation
of Brochured.
ConclusionThe following are the best practices in preparing this
paper. 1)
Read
the brochure carefully and take notes. Highlighting important points has been
helpful to many students. 2)
Title
page: Include title of your paper, your name, Chamberlain College of Nursing,
NR224 FundamentalsSkills,faculty name, and the date. Center all items between
the left and right margins, beginning approximately 3 inches from the top
margin.NOTE:
This style of cover page is required by the college and is a variance of APA
formatting.3)
Use
the CCN library or online library to find current nursing research that
supports your findings.4)
The
brochure you select must be properly cited in the body of your paper and on the
reference list.CategoryPoints%DescriptionIntroduction36This first part of your paper should be one paragraph that
includes the brochure title, date published, and your understanding of who
the information would benefit.Summary of the brochure’s
recommendations1020Summary of brochure
must include1. main topics discussed; and2. how communication between patients
and healthcare providers is encouraged.Evaluation of the brochure2040Critique
the brochure. Include a full one- to two-page critique that answers all of
the following questions.1. What was done well, and what could
have been improved in the brochure?2. Why did this topic interest you? 3. Was the information provided in
the brochure beneficial? Could you incorporate it in your patient education?4. Was the information presented clearly?5. Did current nursing or healthcare
related research support the information presented in the brochure?6. What population or individuals
does this article apply to (i.e., who will benefit the most from this brochure)?
Who else can use this information?7. Will this information increase
patient safety? Defend your answer.Conclusion510An
effective conclusion identifies the main ideas and major support points from
the body of your report. Minor details are left out. Summarize the benefits of
following the brochure’s advice to a person at risk. Clarity of writing1020Use Standard English grammar and
sentence structure. No spelling or typographical errors (typos) are present. The
paper is organized around required components, using appropriate headers.APA format24All
information taken from another source, even if summarized, must be cited in
the paper and listed in the references using (APA sixth ed.)format.1.
Document setup2.
Title and reference pages.3.
Citations in the text and reference page. Total 50100%Assignment CriteriaOutstanding
or Highest Level of PerformanceA (92100%)Very
Good or High Level of PerformanceB
(8491%)Competent
or Satisfactory Level of PerformanceC
(7683%)Poor,
Failing or Unsatisfactory Level of PerformanceF
(075%)Introduction3 pointsIntroduction
provides a full and complete identification of the brochure, including the
brochure title, date published, and understanding of who the information
would benefit.3
pointsPartial
identification of required elementsORintroduction
contains norequired elementsORno introduction02
pointsSummary of the article 10 pointsSummary
is completeand thoroughly covers all required elements.10pointsSummary is
complete and is missing no more than one required element.9
pointsSummary is
complete and is missing no more thantwo required elements.8
pointsSummary is
incomplete or not included and is missing more than one required element.07pointsEvaluation of the Article 20 pointsCritique
of article demonstrates critical thinking and answers all required questions
and supported findings with current nursing research.1920
pointsCritique
demonstrates basic understanding of article, answers all but one of the
required questions, and/or does not support findings with current research.1718
pointsCritique
demonstrates basic understanding of article, answers all but two or three of
the required questions, and/or does not support findings with current
research.16
pointsThe critique
of the article is poor, lacks critical or original thinking, andfails to
answer two or more questions015pointsConclusion5 pointsOriginal
explanation is well evidenced and developed.5pointsOriginal
explanation is present and well evidenced, yet not well developed.4.5
pointsOriginal
explanation is present, though not well evidenced or developed.4
pointsConclusion
is omitted ORno original
explanationis present in conclusion.03
pointsClarity of writing10 pointsPaper has
excellent use of Standard English, showing original thought, has no spelling
or grammar errors, and is well organized.10
pointsPaper has
some evidence of own expression and competently uses language, no more than two
spelling or grammar errors, and is well organized.9
pointsPaper has
some evidence of own expression and competently uses language, no more than
four spelling or grammar errors, and iswell organized.8
pointsLanguage
needs development. There are five or more spelling and/or grammar errors, and
paper is poorly organized.07
pointsAPA format2 pointsPaper
correctly follows APA format with no more than two types of errors. 2pointsPaper has three to five errors in
APA format, grammar, spelling, and syntax and/or onetwo citations are
missing.1
pointAPA, grammar, spelling and/or
punctuation contain multiple errors and/or many citations are missing.0 pointsTotal Points Possible = 50 points

Bernard K. Kardos November 27, 2017
A primary indication for the use of an antiemetic medication is:morning sickness
A primary indication for the use of an antiemetic medication is:morning sickness in pregnancy.diarrhea accompanied by severe abdominal cramping.constipation.nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy.52. The nurse receives an order to administer prochlorperazine (Compazine) to a client with nausea. The nurse can administer the medication by which routes? Select all that apply.By mouthPer rectumIntramuscularly (IM)Subcutaneously (SQ)Intravenously53. When implementing nursing care, what should the nurse instruct the client and family about laxative use?A side effect of stool softeners is abdominal cramping.Dependence on laxatives can cause constipation.Stool softeners are appropriately used to treat constipation.Laxatives are never harmful because they are available over the counter and should be used anytime the client feels the need to have a bowel movement.54. The nurse is instructing a female client about therapy with tetracycline (Sumycin). Which statement should be included in the instruction?”Absorption of this drug is not affected by food.””GI upset is a rare side effect.””If taking oral contraceptives, an additional form of birth control is recommended.””Take this drug immediately before bedtime.”A primary indication for the use of an antiemetic medication is:morning sickness in pregnancy.diarrhea accompanied by severe abdominal cramping.constipation.nausea and vomiting associated with chemotherapy.52. The nurse receives an order to administer prochlorperazine (Compazine) to a client with nausea. The nurse can administer the medication by which routes? Select all that apply.By mouthPer rectumIntramuscularly (IM)Subcutaneously (SQ)Intravenously53. When implementing nursing care, what should the nurse instruct the client and family about laxative use?A side effect of stool softeners is abdominal cramping.Dependence on laxatives can cause constipation.Stool softeners are appropriately used to treat constipation.Laxatives are never harmful because they are available over the counter and should be used anytime the client feels the need to have a bowel movement.54. The nurse is instructing a female client about therapy with tetracycline (Sumycin). Which statement should be included in the instruction?”Absorption of this drug is not affected by food.””GI upset is a rare side effect.””If taking oral contraceptives, an additional form of birth control is recommended.””Take this drug immediately before bedtime.”

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