The Effectiveness Of Hourly Rounding In The Medical-Surgical Unit In Preventing Call Light Fatigue and Reducing Fall Rates

The Effectiveness Of Hourly Rounding In The Medical-Surgical Unit In Preventing Call Light Fatigue and Reducing Fall Rates
INSTRUCTIONS (this is a group paper and this is just my portion of the paper)
1. Proposed Solution: The student will set the stage for proposing the best solution to the clinical problem
by using appropriate evidence-based data and integrating data from peer-reviewed journal articles. In this paper, the student will:
i. Propose a clear solution to the clinical problem that is supported by a minimum of 3 SCHOLARLY, PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES ONLY PLEASE. (PLEASE INCLUDE FULL APA REFERENCES)
ii. Expand on the ethical considerations when developing the plan.

2. Goals: While the intervention will not actually be carried out, the student will discuss the plan that could be implemented by a nurse to address the clinical issue. One short-term and one long-term goal of the intervention will be identified. The student will include a description of how attainment of each of the
goals would be measured.

3. Barriers: The student will identify a minimum of two potential barriers to the success of the plan as well as a strategy for addressing each one.

RUBRIC

Proposed Solution-10%
 Proposes a clear solution to the clinical problem that is supported by a minimum of three scholarly, peer-reviewed sources.
 Expands on the ethical considerations in developing the plan for addressing the issue affecting patient population.

Goals-10%
 Develops a minimum of one short-term goal.
 Develops a minimum of one long-term goal.
 Includes the ways in which attainment of each of the goals will to be measured.

Barriers-10%
 Identifies a minimum of two anticipated barriers to the success of preventing or resolving the clinical issue.
 Describes at least one strategy for addressing each
anticipated barrier.

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