a. Explain to the patient that he must have the medication as ordered for his own benefit.
b. Get the names of local pharmacies that offer discounted prescriptions.
c. Contact the physician to schedule a follow-up appointment to be sure the patient is taking the medication as prescribed.
d. Contact the social worker to assist with checking prescription benefits and applications for subsidized prescription programs.
a. The UAP is unaware of the cultural tradition of Mr. Seo, who views eye contact as disrespect.
b. The UAP most likely has some good insight into Mr. Seo's behavior.
c. The UAP requires much closer social space than does Mr. Seo and is probably making him uncomfortable.
d. Mr. Seo most likely does not feel well and is avoiding eye contact because he wants to rest.
a. Assign Mr. P to the new nurse so she can get experience with a large patient.
b. Assign Mr. P to the UAP because he is a male and is stronger.
c. Assign Mr. P to the LPN and the new RN so the new RN can perform assessments.
d. Take Mr. P as your own assignment and assign the other staff to assist with turns every 2 hours.
a. Mr. D., a confused patient who is ambulatory and requires assistance with feeding.
b. Mr. J., a recent postoperative patient who received a total knee replacement who has not yet been out of bed.
c. Mrs. K., an elderly woman requiring one-person assistance for bed-to-chair transfers.
d. Miss L., a cerebral palsy patient with pneumonia who uses a wheelchair.
a. Right task
b. Right person
c. Right circumstance
d. Right supervision
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Using the poem, answer a, b, and c.
a) Briefly explain the point of view reflected in the poem above regarding ONE of the following.
b) Briefly explain ONE development from the period 1830-1860 that led to the point of view expressed by the writer.
c) Briefly explain ONE way in which developments in the period following challenged or supported the point of view expressed by the writer.