SCENARIO: Delegation: A unit employs RNs, LPN’s and PCTs (patient care techs)
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SCENARIO: Delegation: A unit employs RNs, LPN’s and PCTs (patient care techs) to provide direct care. The unit has had an issue with appropriate delegation. The PCTs and LPNs report that they are being asked to perform more than their “fair share”, and things they should not do. The RN’s state that they are the only ones who do anything, and every time they ask the LPNs and PCTs to do anything they are told the PCTs and LPNs are not allowed to perform the task. The Unit manager recognizes that efforts to improve delegation need to be made. Your task is to propose a plan for change to enhance the quality and practice of delegation on this unit. Instructions Find an article that answer the scenario above. fill out the document attached. I have also attached an example. Use EBP articles no more than 8 years old. meaning not older than 2013
Do not give research terms on your assignment i.e. this is a cross-sectional study or has validity unless you’re ready to explain how this will help you solve your problem. These terms are used so that you know if an article is valid and reliable. OK, so now that you found this, your job is to find out how this project will help you solve your problem. The paper is set up to determine the strength, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats of the project itself. Strength – Example: Did they have the support of the peers, manager, CEO. Did this project improve patient satisfaction, quality, efficiency? Usually found in the literature review and results.
Weakness – Example: This is the opposite. Why was this plan weak: Not enough education, no support, not enough money because of the expense? Usually found in the problem of the literature review, results, and limitations.
Opportunity – Example: If there wasn’t enough education, is this an opportunity? A better survey or tool? Usually found in results or limitations and future implications.
Threat – Example: Increased infection, possible death, etc. Usually found in the literature review.