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School: University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Department: Nursing and Health Science
Course: Intro Into Professional Nursing
Professor: Michelle Broussard
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Nursing
Name: Exam 2 NURSING 104 STUDY GUIDE
Description: These are all the notes from the power points/ lectures and more information from the quizzes and the book. Will add more later.
Uploaded: 03/05/2018
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background image Nursing roles – 5 questions Quality and safety – 16 questions  Policy making and regulation of health care – 17 questions  Information technology in health care ­12 questions  Interprofessional Team Members & Advanced Practice Nursing 
(assigned readings in Cherry & Jacob)
Interprofessional Health Care Team Members Nurse RN Coordinator of the team  Use the nursing process in client care in any health care setting  o Assessment  o Diagnosing (Nursing Diagnosis)  o Planning  o Implementation (Interventions­what you are doing to your patient) o Evaluation  Specialty certifications  Advanced degrees Physician (MD or DO) Leader of the team Diagnoses and prescribes treatment interventions for patients/clients MD=Medical Doctor DO=Doctor of Osteopathy Postgraduate training o Internship o Residency o Fellowship training in a specialty area Pharmacist (RPh or PharmD) Provides drug therapy Drug information services Client and health care staff education Dispensing medications and clients monitoring Adverse drug reaction reporting Research Concurrent drug use evaluation Consultative service o Pain management o Nutritional support Physician Assistant (PA) Works under the supervision of the MD or DO  The following must be approved by the physician:  o Performs assessments 
background image o Performs procedures  o Performs protocols Dietician (RD or LD) Provides nutritional therapy and support to clients o Dietary assessment o Dietary teaching o Identifying resources for food purchase and preparation o Identifying areas of food­drug interactions Physical Therapist (PT) Attends the client’s needs for movement  o Assessing physical strength & mobility needs  o Developing a plan of strengthening exercises  o Maintaining range of motion and muscle tone  o Identifying assistive devices that may be needed o May be an expert in the area of wound care Speech­Language Pathologist (SLP) Assists clients who are communicatively impaired Intervening in speech, language, and/or swallowing disorders o Receptive language o Expressive language o Speech intelligibility o Voice disorders Occupational Therapist (OT) Plans activities that assist and teach clients with physical disabilities to become independent in activities 
of daily living
o Dressing o Grooming o Bathing o Eating o Daily responsibilities for home (housework) o Returning to work Respiratory Therapist Responsible for assessment and maintenance of the client’s airway and respiratory equipment o Client assessment o Aerosolized medication administration (nebulizer treatments, inhalers) o Sputum sampling o Arterial and mixed venous sampling (ABG’s­ arterial blood gases) o Pulmonary function testing o Cardiopulmonary stress testing o Sleep studies o Pulmonary rehab programs Social Worker Uses skills to help clients, families, and communities address psychosocial needs o Educating about community resources
background image o Discharge planning o Financial counseling and identifying financial resources o Crisis intervention o Referring to community resources o Abuse and neglect reporting o Completing advanced directives o Assisting with resolving ethical dilemmas o Evaluating behavior and mental disorders o Conducting support groups Chaplain or Pastoral Representative  Attends to the spiritual and emotional needs of the client and family o Pastoral counseling and support o Sacramental ministry and liturgical celebrations Advanced Practice Nursing      Nurse Practitioner (NP)  Specialty areas: Family, adult, pediatric, neonatal, geriatric, women’s health, school health, occupational
health, mental health, emergency, and acute care
Health promotion and maintenance and disease prevention Diagnose and manage acute and chronic diseases ½ of all U.S. states allow NPs to practice without physician oversight Client histories, conducting physical examinations, ordering, performing, and interpreting diagnostic 
tests, prescribing pharmacologic agents, treatments, and therapies
Have prescriptive authority Clinical Nurse Specialist (CNS) Possess clinical expertise in a defined area of nursing practice for a selected client population or 
specialized clinical setting
o Oncology o Pediatrics o Geriatrics o Psychiatric­mental health o Adult health o Acute­critical care o Community health Provides clinical support Called upon for expert clinical advice Functions as an expert clinician, researcher, and administrator.  Monitors care of patients and collaborates with physicians, nurses, and other members of the 
interprofessional health care team. 
Serves a consultant for problem­solving with a colleague, individual, family, group, agency or 
community
Contributes to research in their area of expertise by interpreting research findings and educating nurses 
on ways to apply them to clinical practice.
Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)
background image Provide anesthesia and anesthesia­related care o Labor and delivery o Ventilator problems o Acute and chronic pain Diagnostic and therapeutic blocks Surgical procedures Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) Primary care providers of women’s health care o Pregnancy o Childbirth o Postpartum o Care of the newborn o Family planning o Gynecological needs  Nurse Administrator or Nurse Executive  Not formally considered an advanced practice nurse Knowledgeable about the business of the health care system and the profession of nursing Unites the leadership perspective of professional nursing with the various aspects of business and health
administration
Lead and direct large groups of ancillary personnel Manage large budgets Responsible for the provision of quality care at a reasonable cost Summary “It takes a village” You have learned about the various interprofessional healthcare team members and advanced practice 
registered nurses.
You must be able to effectively communicate and collaborate with all members of the health care team 
as a registered nurse.
You are often the coordinator of care, especially in the hospital setting, because you are with the patient 
most of the time.
Teamwork is essential! Review  I can prescribe pharmacologic agents, conduct physical examinations, order test and interpret diagnostic 
tests. ­­­ Nurse practitioner
I provide anesthesia and anesthesia­related care and facilitate diagnostic, therapeutic, or surgical 
procedures ­­­­ Certified registered nurse anesthetist
The ACNM Council certifies me. I manages women’s health care with a particularly focus on 
pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum care, and care of newborn ­­­ Certified nurse­midwife
I constitute 8.6% of the RN population. I am also prepared at the graduate degree level ­­­ Advance 
practice nurse
Please read Chapter 26 pp. 452­453 (Box 26­2) regarding "Interprofessional Health Care Team Members" & 
pp. 461­464 regarding "Advanced Practice Nursing"; Review APA supplementary material.

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School: University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Department: Nursing and Health Science
Course: Intro Into Professional Nursing
Professor: Michelle Broussard
Term: Fall 2016
Tags: Nursing
Name: Exam 2 NURSING 104 STUDY GUIDE
Description: These are all the notes from the power points/ lectures and more information from the quizzes and the book. Will add more later.
Uploaded: 03/05/2018
19 Pages 55 Views 44 Unlocks
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