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A SUDDEN ILLNESS FROM WHICH A PERSON IS EXPECTED TO RECOVER
ACUTE ILLNESS
PROVIDES HOUSING, PERSONAL CARE, SUPPORT SERVICES, HEALTH CARE, AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES IN A HOMELIKE SETTING.
ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY
A NURSING CARE PATTERN/ A CASE MANAGER (AN RN)COORDINATES A PERSON'S CARE FROM ADMISSION TO DISCHARGE AND INTO THE HOME SETTING
CASE MANAGEMENT
AN ONGOING ILLNESS, SLOW OR GRADUAL IN ONSET, FOR WHICH THERE IS NO KNOWN CURE; THE ILLNESS CAN BE CONTROLLED AND COMPLICATIONS PREVENTED
CHRONIC ILLNESS
A NURSING CARE PATTERN FOCUSING ON TASKS AND JOBS/ EACH NURSING TEAM MEMBER HAS CERTAIN TASKS AND JOBS TO DO.
FUNCTIONAL NURSING
STAFF MEMBERS WHO SORK TOGETHER TO PROVIDE HEALTH CARE.
HEALTH TEAM
A HEALTH CARE AGENCY OR PROGRAM FOR PERSONS WHO ARE DYING
HOSPICE.
A PERSON WHO GIVES BASIC NURSING CARE UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF AN RN OR LVN/LPN.
NURSING ASSISTANT
THE INDIVIDUALS WHO PROVIDE NURSING CARE-RNs, LPNs/LVNs, AND NURSING ASSITANTS
NURSING TEAM
A NURSING CARE PATTERN SERVICES ARE MOVED FROM DEPARTMENTS TO TEH BEDSIDE
PATIENT-FOCUSED CARE
A NURSING CARE PATTERN/ AN RN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PATIENTS TOTAL CARE
PRIMARY NURSING
A NURSE WHO HAS COMPLETED A 2-,3-, OR 4-YEAR NURSING PROGRAM AND HAS PASSED A LICENSING TEST
RN
A NURSING CARE PATTERN; A TEAM OF NURSING STAFF IS LED BY AN RN WHO DECIDES THE AMOUNT AND KIND OF CARE EACH PERSON NEEDS.
TEAM NURSING
AN ILLNESS OR INJURY FOR WHICH THERE IS NO REASONABLE EXPECTATION OF RECOVERY.
TERMINAL ILLNESS