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WVU NSG 423 - Exam 1 Study Guide

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Total Patient Care- Oldest- RN responsible for all care- Pros: unfragmented care, know more about patient- Cons: work overloadFunctional Nursing- Task oriented- Unskilled workers- Pros: everyone has their task, stuff gets done fast, controlled environmentTeam NursingRN coordinates careGoal to decrease fragmentationSomewhat common today (LPNs)Modular NursingModification of teamUnit geographically divided“Pods” : ex. ER and NICUPros: geographically stuck in same areaCon: no idea what’s going on in other areas of unitPrimary NursingCan go over the coarse of days (as opposed to total patient care where patient is with you for only a day)RN assumes total responsibilityAreas: hospicePros: develop relationship with patientCase ManagementIntigrates utilization management and discharge planningUtilizes CRITICAL PATHWAYPros: “cookie cutter,” if there is a hiccup/missed steps and admission is extended can take a look at what is going onNew Nursing ModelsQuality CaringTransitional Care: helps clients stay at homePatient Navigation: non-billable, can hold hand through process of where their healthcare is going to take themKNOW MAP- just functionTypes of Power (know definition)RewardCoerciveLegitimateExpertReferentConnectionPositionPersonalLeadership, Management and PowerL&M requires astute use of powerTypes of power and usesThe authority-power gapShared governance and journey to Magnet(quality of nursing leadership, management style, personnel policies and programs, nurses as teachers, professional models of care, quality of care, interdisciplinary relations, quality improvement, professional development)NSG 423 1st EditionExam # 1 Study GuideTotal Patient Care - Oldest - RN responsible for all care - Pros: unfragmented care, know more about patient - Cons: work overload Functional Nursing  - Task oriented - Unskilled workers - Pros: everyone has their task, stuff gets done fast, controlled environment Team Nursing- RN coordinates care- Goal to decrease fragmentation- Somewhat common today (LPNs)Modular Nursing- Modification of team - Unit geographically divided- “Pods” : ex. ER and NICU- Pros: geographically stuck in same area- Con: no idea what’s going on in other areas of unitPrimary Nursing - Can go over the coarse of days (as opposed to total patient care where patient is with you for only a day)- RN assumes total responsibility - Areas: hospice- Pros: develop relationship with patient Case Management- Intigrates utilization management and discharge planning- Utilizes CRITICAL PATHWAY - Pros: “cookie cutter,” if there is a hiccup/missed steps and admission is extended can take a look at what is going onNew Nursing Models- Quality Caring - Transitional Care: helps clients stay at home - Patient Navigation: non-billable, can hold hand through process of where their healthcare is going to take them KNOW MAP- just functionTypes of Power (know definition)- Reward- Coercive- Legitimate- Expert- Referent- Connection- Position- Personal Leadership, Management and Power- L&M requires astute use of power- Types of power and uses- The authority-power gap- Shared governance and journey to Magnet(quality of nursing leadership, management style, personnel policiesand programs, nurses as teachers, professional models of care, quality of care, interdisciplinary relations, quality improvement, professional


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