Professional organizations and networking in nursing are critical for generating the energy, flow of ideas, and proactive work needed to maintain a healthy profession that advocates for the needs of its clients and nurses, and the trust of society. For instance, I work in the operating room and belong to Operating Room Nurses Association of Canada (ORNAC). I also recently became a member of Forensic Nurses Association of Canada. It is important to hold a membership in professional organizations because they can provide learning resources, networking, evidence-based information, workshops, and conferences to improve nursing skills. The goal of advocacy efforts by professional organization is to educate association members, all professional nurses, and the public about the importance of broad-base membership, creative ideas, and energetic participation in helping the profession improve and move to higher levels. In prior eras, visionary nurses realized the need for associations in order to meet the changes occurring in the social, cultural, and economic sectors of their world. Elected association leaders today remain responsive to their members and incorporate members' input by devising new mechanisms to advance healthcare through the nursing profession, thus allowing members to contribute to the accountability and voice of the profession to society (Matthews, 2012).
The balance between professional career and belonging to a professional organization can be maintained by
WEEK THREE: Differentiate between the manager’s responsibility to advocate for patients, subordinates and the organization. Discuss how increased consumer awareness of patient rights has affected the actions of the health care team.
Patient advocacy is necessary because disease almost always results in decreased independence, loss of freedom, and interference with the ability to make choices autonomously. Managers must advocate for patients with regard to distribution of resources and the use of…
ACCOUNTING FOR MANAGERS
The use of Managerial Accounting in Planning and Control
Mr. Jackie Russell, JD
May 11, 2013
This summary paper is to speak about systems designs and incorporate job order costing,
History 100: Siddhartha Discussion Questions
1. Why are we reading this book in class?
The reason we are reading this book it gain a better understanding the ideologies and culture of the Buddhist and Hindu religions. Siddhartha starts off as a Hindu search for enlightenment, but feels as though something is missing. His passion leads him to find the enlightened one, the Buddha. His story gives a great deal of insight into the two religion and is a great way to get a firsthand knowledge of religions…
creating the mission and vision statements, and finally creating strategic goals for the organization. Doing so ensures that the company has a clear set of goals and is on the right tract. Next are decisions (formulation), they require asking the questions what industries should we compete in and how we should compete in these industries (Dess, Lumpkin, & Eisner, 2014). Doing so will allow you to plan your goals and grow your business. Last come actions (implementation), which requires allocating necessary…
What are the four basic financial statements? What is the primary purpose of each of the four basic financial statements? In your opinion, which financial statement is the most important?
The first basic financial statement is the balance sheet (B/S). The B/S presents a picture at a point in time of what a business owns and what it owes. The B/S shows the relationship between assets, liabilities, and stockholder’s equity at a particular date. Therefore, A=L +O.E. The second financial statement…
right. I think kids around the age of 16-19 should postpone pregnancy because they are fresh out of school and 9 times out of 10 they are still living with their parents. I mean if they want to become a parent then that’s their decision that’s a question that isn’t answered with a yes or no.
Your first lab link can be found at What Makes a Good Parent? A written transcript is also available for this lab.
What makes a good parent according to Dr. Tanya Byron?
According to Dr. Tanya Byron a…
5. I would have liked the patient to have talked more about her pain. I would’ve liked to hear more about when she notices the pain, how often she has the pain and if it seems worse while she is doing something specific. Also, she said she had a rough week, what made it a rough week? When she was talking about the “scale of pain being between 1-10” I would not have cut her off and let her continue talking about the pain so I could understand more about why it’s a 6 sometimes…
1. The acts that parliament passed after the French and Indian war were part of the reason the people wanted to protest. Britain suffered and needed some extra money so they began to tax the colonists more heavily. They began to take away rights of the colonists such as The Proclamation of 1763 which said colonists could not move west of the Appalachian Mountains. The Stamp Act also made the colonists very angry and caused them to boycott all paper goods. The colonists were…
A&F Discussion Questions
1. Companies like J. Crew (http://www.jcrew.com) and banana republic (http://www.bananarepublic.com) are targeting many of the same consumers as Abercrombie & Fitch. Visit their websites and discuss how their marketing strategies are different from those of A&F. Would you suggest any changes in these strategies that would allow these two companies to better position themselves in the minds of consumers?
Banana republic and J. Crew’s marketing plan is geared more towards…
G. Stone Fagan
Beauty Discussion Questions
3. Do you like Beauty? What aspects of her character make her relatable, and what about her did you dislike or find tiresome?
Personally, I like Beauty. I enjoy her personality despite her inferior appearance . Her pleasant personality makes her more relatable and her desire for adventure aids in this as well. The courage she showed in leaving all she knew live in a castle with a stranger makes the reader admire Beauty’s character…