Think about a recent clinical experience. What would clinical practice guideline(s) have been helpful? Search the National Guidelines Clearinghouse for a clinical practice guideline that you could have used in that experience. Download and complete the Rapid Critical Appraisal of Evidence-Based Guidelines (Word) to critique the quality of the guideline. Would this guideline be useful
What are some of the major health issues regarding the world population growth? 2.)What are some causes of the numerous global health disparities?
Analyze the change in healthcare careers since the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. How does this shift affect cost and quality in hospitals? Explore the implications of this shift for hospitals from the perspective of a future employee in a hospital environment. How will this impact your career choices?
Review various definitions of “ethnocentrism” as provided by other internet resources. Create your own definition for this term. Give an example of how ethnocentrism has had an affect (positive or negative) on a patient you have come into contact with in the delivery of healthcare services. Describe how ethnocentrism may have impacted the health and
Evaluate the process of developing your health promotion intervention from an ecological approach. Describe how the various levels of the socioecological model were taken into account. If they were not during the process this semester, describe how they could have been included in the development of your intervention.
Develop a training plan for new HIM employees that will ensure that they understand the HIPAA regulations and what their role is in maintaining them. The plan should include: Content (What will the content of the training include?) Classes for employees – How will you break the students into different types of classes based on
Name and define the three aspects of summative evaluation. Describe why evaluation is important in developing health interventions, and why it is important to have a culturally competent program evaluation.
What should pertinent teaching be provided to a client diagnosed with Hypertension (HTN)?
John Neer, a 78-year-old patient, is admitted to outpatient testing for a cardiac angiogram. The patient has a history of hearing impairment from the war. His left ear is deaf, and his right ear has a 50% hearing loss. He has a hearing aid for the right ear, but his family did not bring the
A 25-year-old Arab American man is one day post-operative following vascular surgery. There have been no post-surgical complications. He tells his family that he is “in terrible pain,” and he reports ratings of 2 to 3 on 0-10 numeric rating scale to the nursing staff. He requests pain medication every two to three hours, and