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Topic: Legal Aspects of Delegation, Supervision and Assignment Acceptance
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Required Uniform Assignment: Analyzing Published Research Purpose The purpose of this paper is to interpret the two articles identified as most important to the group topic. COURSE OUTCOMES This assignment enables the student to meet the following course outcomes: CO 2: Apply research principles to the interpretation of the content of published research studies. (POs #4 and #8) CO 4: Evaluate published nursing research for credibility and clinical significance related to evidence- based practice. (POs #4 and #8) DUE DATE Refer to the course calendar for due date information. The college’s Late Assignment policy applies to this activity. TOTAL POINTS POSSIBLE: 200 POINTS REQUIREMENTS The paper will include the following. 1. Clinical question a. Description of problem b. Significance of problem c. Purpose of paper 2. Description of findings a. Summarize basics in the Matrix Table as found in Assignment Documents in e-College. b. Describe i. Concepts ii. Methods used iii. Participants iv. Instruments including reliability and validity v. Answer to “Purpose” question vi. Identify next step for group 3. Conclusion of paper 4. Format a. Correct grammar and spelling b. Use of headings for each section NR449 Evidence Based Practice NR449 RUA Analyzing Published Research.docx Revised 07/25/2016 2 c. Use of APA format (sixth edition) d. Page length: three pages PREPARING THE PAPER 1. Please make sure you do not duplicate articles within your group. 2. Paper should include a title page and a reference page.
Legal Aspects of Delegation, Supervision and Assignment Acceptance Student`s Name Institutional Affiliation Clinical Question Problem Statement The realities of a healthcare system face many challenges to the registered nurses plasticising in different care units in delivering quality and safe care to the patients. Registered nurses shortages have at times prompted them to greatly rely on unlicensed lay people in handling some duties on their behalf. Despite the fact that they understand that they remain accountable for patient outcomes in any event arising from the handling by unlicensed persons, RN has been relying upon a regulatory supervision and delegation of duties to these lay personnel. Unlicensed personnel does not understand the communication terminologies used by the nurse`s physicians and sometimes do not readily accept the duties because they would have challenges in interpreting patient notes. But since the nurses are their bosses, they partially accept the responsibility. This has then led to poor patient care and in some instances mishandling of patients leading to losing of life. Nurses have been handled according to law as liable to those outcomes. Problem significance Relying on regulatory supervision and delegation by nurses has led