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A 77, year old woman is hospitalized for management of her diabetes. She has a h

A 77, year old woman is hospitalized for management of her diabetes. She has a history of functional urinary incontinence and poor vision from the diabetes. The nursing staff observes her climbing over the side rails on numerous occasions at night en route to the bathroom. She is quite agitated during this time. The nursing assistant requests that you obtain an order for a body restraint at night to prevent her from falling out of bed.
Directions:
Part 1:
• The original post must be at least 200 – 300 words in length
• Should this patient be restrained to prevent injury?
• Would you request the order for a body restraint? Why, or why not?
• What other information is relevant to this case?
• What nursing interventions could be tried before considering a restraint?
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Identify and explain the theoretical framework chosen by the author and how it g

Identify and explain the theoretical framework chosen by the author and how it guides the research design. Identify whether the research design is qualitative, quantitative or mixed methods. Explain why the method chosen is/is not the best fit for the aim of the research.
Instructions:
An example of an article critique is attached, use that as your guideline.
Subtitle or Section:
1) Topic. 2) Statement of the problem 3) Research question 4) review of the literature 5) Method. 6) results and conclusions. (you can add your opinion of the article under the subheading of “My Opinion” if you want. That section will not be graded.
Example of an article critique is attached and labeled.
Article to be critiqued is attached and labeled.

Create a TITTLE Page: The title page should contain: The title is usually a cle

Create a TITTLE Page:
The title page should contain:
The title is usually a clear descriiptive account of your work. It should clearly indicate the approach/method/design used and the key variables concerned. Aim to avoid metaphors and abbreviations. Ensure that your title is a good reflection of the work that you describe; where appropriate include the country (see Wiley’s best practice SEO tips);
Attached is the Main-Text File for the study.

Nurses often become motivated to change aspects within the larger health care sy

Nurses often become motivated to change aspects within the larger health care system based on their real-world experience. As such, many nurses take on an advocacy role to influence a change in regulations, policies, and laws that govern the larger health care system.
For this assignment, identify a problem or concern in your state, community, or organization that has the capacity for advocacy through legislation. Research the issue and use the “Advocacy Through Legislation” template to complete this assignment.
You are required to cite to a minimum of three sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and relevant to nursing practice.
While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
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It’s important to build your skills around critiquing a quantitative research st

It’s important to build your skills around critiquing a quantitative research study.
Assume the chair of the EPB committee has asked you to prepare a PowerPoint presentation evidence table you prepared last week.
Utilize the same research study that you used as the basis to create your visual table/evidence table in Week 4. Review that summary and the table you prepared.
Include the following in your presentation:
Title and Reference slide
The source of the article
The issue related to evidence-based practice
The type of design that is used in the study
The study design and study outcome measure(s) as noted in the article
The study setting
The study population
The data analysis, including specific statistical tests and the reason for selecting the specific tests for the study
The results/key findings; refer to the outcome of the statistical tests and not only general conclusions found under discussion or conclusions.
You may use speaker notes if they are needed to explain something more fully. Be creative in your presentation!
Submit your assignment.

Locate two academic articles from a professional, peer-reviewed journal related

Locate two academic articles from a professional, peer-reviewed journal related to the topic of information processing and intelligence. Be sure to completely answer all questions in each prompt below. There should be two sections, one for each numerical bullet below. Separate each section in your paper with a clear heading that allows your professor to know which bullet you are addressing in that section of your paper. The essay should be 1750-2000 words and should include proper citations for the two articles being reviewed. Follow the guidelines for APA writing style. The title page and references page so not count towards the minimum word amount for this assignment.
Summarize both professional, peer-reviewed articles by addressing the follow for each study. Repeat this sequence for each article.
What question/hypothesis was the researcher trying to answer or investigate?
Define the variables studied.
Describe the sample.
How did the researcher gather data in the study?
What were the results? How do the results affect your understanding of information processing and intelligence in early childhood learning environments?
What did you learn about how data is used in early childhood learning environments from this study?
Compare and contrast both studies and explain the similarities and differences.

Many people in the US, particularly the elderly, take more than one prescribed m

Many people in the US, particularly the elderly, take more than one prescribed medication. CDC (2014) reported that between 2009 and 2012 nearly 48% of persons asked used at least one prescription drug, 22% used three or more prescription drugs, and nearly 11% used five or more.
In a recent study published by the Mayo Clinic, seven out of 10 Americans take at least one prescription drug. The most commonly prescribed drug is antibiotics — taken by 17 percent of Americans — followed by antidepressants and opioids — each taken by 13 percent of Americans. In addition, findings showed that:
Even more staggering than the CDC findings, currently more than half of Americans take two prescription medications, and 20 percent of Americans are on at least five prescription medications.
More women than men receive prescription medications.
Antidepressant prescriptions are more common among women than men, and are most common among women ages 50 to 64.
When people take multiple medications, there is a greater risk for confusion about which medications are taken, when they are taken, and what they are being taken for. There is also a higher risk for drug interactions and increased side effects and adverse reactions.
Sometimes because of the sheer number of medications being prescribed, they may be forgotten, become too much of a bother, or a financial burden which can significantly impact client compliance and lead to poor health outcomes.
In this written assignment, you will be conducting an interview of a client who is taking multiple prescribed medications (three or more) and submitting a written paper describing the findings from the interview. You will then develop a Client Teaching Plan. Your instructor will assist you in the selection of the client. You must achieve a “pass” in this assignment to satisfactorily fulfill the requirements for the Pharmacology course.
The three parts of this assignment are:
Conduct an interview of a client who is taking multiple medications (polypharmacy). You must prepare the client before the interview by explaining why you are conducting the interview. You can say “my assignment is to find out about the medications you are taking so I can determine if you need more information about what you are taking”. You must always get permission from the client to conduct the interview and you must tell the client how the information will be used. You can say, “I will not be using your name in the information I share and I will be submitting it to my instructor only for this student assignment”. If there is important information that needs to be communicated to you, your doctor, family, or nurse, my instructor will assist me in following up on this”. Tell the client you will take no more than 30-45 minutes for the interview.
There may be a family member or significant other present during the interview. That is fine. Be sure to identify who answered a question and if possible always have the client answer first. Always thank the client (and others) when you complete the interview.
Do not use recording equipment for this interview. Have a notepad and pencil or pen and explain that you will be taking notes. When the interview is over, go to a quiet place and take some time to fill in any information you did not jot down. If you wait, you will not remember.
When setting the environment for the interview, make sure the client (and others) is comfortable and you are comfortably seated facing the client. If possible, do the interview in a quiet place. Ask questions slowly giving the client time to answer. Pay attention to the client’s hearing and ability to respond to the questions. Be sure your non-verbal communication demonstrates you are calm and relaxed.
Use the following interview question guidelines when conducting the interview. Be aware that the client may not be able to answer each of the questions with detailed information. Collect as much information as the client is able and willing to give you. Remember you are the interviewer so you will be collecting information and not making any comments about the information shared by the client except to ask for further clarification if you are not sure what was said or need more detail if it is available.
What medications are you taking?
Before the interview research each of the medications. In your paper include the reason for each medication, the drug classification, the route of administration, the dose, and possible side effects/adverse reactions.
For the following questions, paraphrase the client’s answers for your written paper.
How long have you taken each these medications?
Do you know why you are taking these medications?
Who told you about the medications and why you need to take them? Were you able to ask any questions about the medications and if so were they answered so you understood what was said?
How do you feel about taking these medications?
Are you taking other medication purchased “over the counter” such as in a drug store? If so, what is it and why are you taking it.
How and when do you take your medications?
Do you have any difficulty taking the medications? If so, what happens and how do you deal with any difficulties.
Have you ever felt any uncomfortable feelings and/or body reactions to taking these medications? If so, what were they and how were they handled?
If you had the above reaction, did they take you off the medication and/or replace it with another medication? Were you told why this happened?
Do you have any reason not to take the medications?
Have you ever not taken the medication? If so, what was the reason?
Ask a final question about whether the client would like to tell you anything further about their medications.
Write a paper describing your research and findings about the medications being taken and the results of the interview. Report your findings in a 3-5 page written paper. In your paper include the reason for each medication, the drug classification, the route of administration, the dose, and possible side effects/adverse reactions.
Use accurate and appropriate spelling and grammar and APA Editorial Format for sources used in your written paper.
Develop a teaching plan for this client based on your findings. Based on the findings from the interview, develop a 2-3 page teaching plan to include the following:
List one goal for this teaching plan
Describe two to three teaching resources that might be used
Identify two teaching strategies that can be used based on the client interviewed
List specific client instructions regarding the medications and what adverse reactions they should be aware of/and what to do
Identify at least one factor that may negatively influence adherence to the medications and how it can be overcome
If, appropriate, describe how the family might be involved in ensuring the client is on a proper and safe medication regime

The Main Purposes for This Paper Are To: • assist students in being aware of cur

The Main Purposes for This Paper Are To: • assist students in being aware of current legislation and requirements about medical assistance in dying (MAiD) in Canada. • assist students in being aware of upcoming changes to the MAiD legislation. • encourage students to carefully consider their own stance on these upcoming changes. • encourage students to explore ethical rationale for their stance. • encourage students to carefully consider what their own actions might be if/when faced with a situation in which MAiD is approved/carried out for someone under an advance request. • encourage students to situate their stance within national and provincial nursing standards for RNs with regard to MAiD. Part 1: Introduction (