Case Study Report Part A:Co-morbidities

Clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical Scenario with structured questions: Case Study / Problem Based Learnin” rel=”nofollow”>ing

Please use current references. 15 references in” rel=”nofollow”>includin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the once below. 1400 words.

You could use first person but you might fin” rel=”nofollow”>ind it easier to write it in” rel=”nofollow”>in the third person. Eg: The nurse in” rel=”nofollow”>involved in” rel=”nofollow”>in this in” rel=”nofollow”>incident…
You have learned about error in” rel=”nofollow”>in health care and the implications for clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical governance in” rel=”nofollow”>in health care organisations. Many of you will be familiar with the various programs and approaches used to manage risk and respond to in” rel=”nofollow”>incidents in” rel=”nofollow”>in health care organisations.

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Describe a clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical situation you have experienced where there was an adverse event that resulted in” rel=”nofollow”>in a poor outcome for a patient (300 words). Please de-identify this description – do not use names of people or health care facilities. Respond to the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing questions in” rel=”nofollow”>in relation to the clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical situation identified above. Use sub-headin” rel=”nofollow”>ings to identify each of the questions in” rel=”nofollow”>in your response.
1. Describe the short term and long term impact of this clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical situation on the staff (second victims) in” rel=”nofollow”>involved in” rel=”nofollow”>in the event, in” rel=”nofollow”>in their professional roles and personal lives.

2. As an advanced practice nurse or nurse practitioner: describe the role and responsibilities of unit managers and senior clin” rel=”nofollow”>inicians who may be in” rel=”nofollow”>involved in” rel=”nofollow”>in respondin” rel=”nofollow”>ing to in” rel=”nofollow”>individual staff in” rel=”nofollow”>involved in” rel=”nofollow”>in an adverse event. What do these staff need in” rel=”nofollow”>in the aftermath of the event?

3. As an advanced practice nurse or nurse practitioner: Consider the impact of the event on team dynamics, communication, trust and perceived competence in” rel=”nofollow”>in the context of the organisational culture at that time.

4. What organisational reportin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and/or in” rel=”nofollow”>investigation would be required in” rel=”nofollow”>in response to an event like this? What external reportin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and/or in” rel=”nofollow”>investigation would be required in” rel=”nofollow”>in response to an event like this?

5. How should health care organisations support health professionals in” rel=”nofollow”>involved in” rel=”nofollow”>in adverse events? How should these organisations support health professionals durin” rel=”nofollow”>ing in” rel=”nofollow”>investigations of adverse events? Is there a need for clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical supervision followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing an adverse event?

6. How can second victims contribute to the prevention of adverse events?

Wu AW. (2000). Medical error: the second victim: The doctor who makes the mistake needs help too. British Medical Journal, 320 (7237),726-727.

Scott S, Hirschin” rel=”nofollow”>inger L, Cox K, McCoig M, Brandt J, Hall L. (2009). The natural history of recovery for the healthcare provider ‘second victim’ after adverse patient events. Quality and Safety in” rel=”nofollow”>in Healthcare, 18:325-330.

Scott SD, Hirschin” rel=”nofollow”>inger LE, Cox KR. (2008). Sharin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the load of a nurse “second victim”. Rescuin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the healer after trauma. RN, 71(12):38-43.

Sirriyeh R, Lawton R, Gardner P, Armitage G. (2010). Copin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with medical error: a systematic review of papers to assess the effects of in” rel=”nofollow”>involvement in” rel=”nofollow”>in medical errors on healthcare professionals’ psychological well-bein” rel=”nofollow”>ing. Quality and Safety in” rel=”nofollow”>in Health Care, 19(e43):1-8.

Treiber L, Jones J. (2010). Devastatin” rel=”nofollow”>ingly human: An analysis of registered nurse’s medication error accounts. Qualitative Health Research, 20(10):1327-1342.

Denham C. (2007). TRUST: The 5 Rights of the second victim. Journal of Patient Safety, 3(2):107-119.

Santomauro C, Kalkman C, Dekker S. (2014). Second victims, organisational resilience and the role of hospital admin” rel=”nofollow”>inistration. Journal of Hospital Admin” rel=”nofollow”>inistration, 3(3):95-103

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