The Role Of Nurse As Detective

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According to the MSN program conceptual framework, a nurse detective uses clinical imagination along with science to evaluate deviations from the expected to prevent or control adverse reactions (WGU, 2013) To apply the role of “Nurse as Detective” I will apply the model element safety and quality. Working as a Clinical Coordinator on an Orthopedic unit I recognize how vital safety and quality are for patient care. Utilizing this element will reduce risks to providers, patients, and families by using analysis of effectiveness of systems that are in place, as well as individual performances. This can be achieved simply by applying the nursing process. I will assess by measuring quality in terms of processes, outcome and costs. I will next …show more content…
To apply the role of nurse as scientist I will use the framework model element of evidence-based practice. To achieve this, I will use evidence coupled with my clinical experience as well as the patients and family’s desires to deliver optimum healthcare (WGU, 2013). A goal I have is to gain my certification as an orthopedic nurse. This will help ensure I get up to date on current best practices in my field. By doing so I will also be able to help review policies and procedures and address outdated practice guidelines to ensure the implementation of evidence-based care to our …show more content…
Many diseases have been found to have a genetic component (Badzec, Turner, & Jenkins, 2008). As a nurse, I have the responsibility to participate in education for myself as well as educating the public on the management of disease risks based on genomic information. The Code of Ethics for nurses addresses ethical concepts that apply to genomics and by staying educated on these and following the duties and obligations I have to my patients, I will be providing quality patient care while acting as a nurse

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