Based on the evidence-based advice you have developed and your learning in NSB203 write a reflection.1.
Discuss the strategies you would use in order to implement the recommendations. Be aware of the context and any potential obstacles and facilitators.2.
Reflection on the value of your learning related to the EBP Process, through your participation in the informational poster and its relevance for future practice as a registered nurses.
Answer to Question: NSB203 Inquiry Into Clinical Practice
Reflection on Implementation Of RecommendationsRecommendation: 1
In the admission and discharge of patients who have suffered from psychosis (due to inability to take antipsychotic medication, including Olanzapine) for the purpose of extreme weight gain as secondary disturbance profiling, proactive risk assessment was considered an integral part of safety.
This proactive plan for systematic risk assessments will improve safety for patients in the unit for risk management.
The Short Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START), was used to carry out this assessment. A rehabilitation or risk management unit was created in order to facilitate the implementation.
START was implemented as a patient-focused scheme. It covered multiple risk areas through detailed assessments and evaluations of dynamic risk factors along with strengths on the basis a set.
START was fully integrated with the administrative and clinical activities of team members.
The staff was trained to use START. For the duration of this project, the nurse program coordinator (Poba -Nzaou), Raymond & Pare (2014) were responsible for conducting START meetings regularly with all core teams.Recommendation: 2
As an essential stakeholder, the psychiatrists were recognized.
Hospital created a new department in psychiatry to recognize the importance and quick recovery of patients.
This department was established to offer psychiatric service.
The next step was to hire psychiatrists from a wide range of mental and behavioral health professionals.
This was because it was clear that no one case is “one-size fits all” and that every patient needs a different approach.
So the recruits included psychiatrists and therapists to treat individual issues (Stefanou&Revanoglou. 2006).
A complex plan was developed to continually train and educate the mental and behavioral healthcare professionals on industry changes to better serve patients and families.Recommnedation: 3
Consistent blood testing, education and supervised weight-control strategies have been designated as integral recovery models. Patients are admitted both to public and private mental health institutions.
A thorough assessment of current facilities was required to determine if any were inadequate. This information was used to purchase those facilities.
The interval for blood testing was set at five days. In addition, the staff was expanded to include experts in every field.
In terms of education, an extensive program was developed that didn’t just target the doctors but also the patients (Shah Evans Harrigan Sawyer Friel and Hedrick, 2017).
Patients were taught about the importance and benefits of regular testing. Practitioners were also trained in how to make sure accurate tests.
Concerning supervised weight loss, two specialists were hired and given the task.2.
Reflections: Significance And Learning
My experience in ERP was impressive during my work on the informational poster. It also highlighted the significance of ERP for my future practice as RN.
I was able fully understand and expound the core principles and concepts involved in research. Furthermore, I was able explain and outline evidence-based practice tactics important for the provision of safe and quality healthcare (Olfson Kroenke Wang & Blanco 2014.
This learning process offered me an opportunity to develop critical thinking skills and key literacy in order to efficiently locate, seek, analyze, synthesize and integrate evidence into practice.
I was able also to use the knowledge of qualitative and quantitative methods to explain their roles within research (Lawrence & Kisely (2010)).
I have gained the skills to recognize a patient safety issue that is directly connected to my practice and present it to them in the form a clinical query. This allows for effective interrogation.
After turning the issue into questions, I am able to effectively select the right strategy for solving the problem. Additionally, I am able to comprehensively review the evidence that is relevant to the patient safety issue. (Olfson Blanco Wang Laje & correll, 2014).
I am also familiarized with the strategies used to collect and analyze the evidence. Then, I can formulate effective recommendations that will improve both my personal and professional growth and my practice as a whole (Gupta & Naqvi 2017.
It was through this process that I learned the value of ERP in healthcare.
ERP can reduce administration costs, as well as provide efficient services to clients (Bishop Press Keyhani & Picus 2014).
As an administrator, it will help improve operational management and streamlining operations. This will allow me to appreciate the value of ERP in healthcare.
This will enable me learn how to improve the quality of my future patients’ care, as well as their response via automation.
In this way, my future practice will offer a better system for treatment and decision making that is consistent with global standards.
It has also learned from ERP how to effectively record the records of my patients (de Murillas Helm Reijers and Kung, 2017).
In this way, I will continue to ensure that my employer adopts innovative trends and technology to keep up the pace with technology changes, particularly in the area of data, patient care, and management (Bala Bala Venkatesh Venkatesh Venkatesh 2017.
I will use the ERP to improve my future practice, and make patient care more efficient.
ERP is patient-oriented. This will reduce the possibility of negligence in future practice.
I will be able provide comfort to my patients by using ERP in my future practice (Almajali Masa’deh & Tarhini (2016)).
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