Discussion: Nursing in Psychiatric Setting

Discussion: Nursing in Psychiatric Setting

Discussion: Nursing in Psychiatric Setting

ORDER CUSTOMIZED, PLAGIARISM-FREE PAPERS NOW

I am attaching my power point,please convert into APA word. Discussion: Nursing in Psychiatric Setting

 

HIGH TURN OVER OF NURSES IN PSYCHIATRIC SETTINGS ANNALAKSHMI SELVAM Nursing 6600: Capstone Synthesis Practicum Walden University Summary of the Practicum Project Objectives • Identify processes and elements that touch on veteran psychiatric disorders • Identify tools and procedures-for management of the psychiatric unit • Provide recommendations for the best approaches used in handling the crisis at the facility Summary of the Practicum Project Goal • Identify strategies that the community can use in assisting the veterans • Provide recommendations for more psychiatric professionals • Develop a platform for professionals and veterans that they can rely on and relate • Get long term solutions for the nurses shortage problem at the facility Summary of the Practicum Project Rationale • Tennessee Valley health challenges triggered by the nurse’s behavior and working environment • Applicable theories; nursing, social, humanistic, and psychodynamic • Social and environmental factors are at play • Social theory-guides the development of a platform for the veterans and healthcare professionals Summary of the Practicum Project Rationale • Social theory-assist in meeting the goal of community participation in intervention • Humanistic theory-guides the decision of gauging nurses’ performance and exploring intervention strategies to lower turnovers • Qualitative methodology-ideal approach-states parties involved, where, how, and when. • Qualitative methodology-focuses on human behavior Methodology • Qualitative technique- involves surveys and questionnaires • Data gathered-reasons for nurses’ turnovers • Information touching on unfavorable working conditions • Engage American Nurses Association (ANA)-carry analysis of psychiatric unit • Analysis involves ascertaining the working conditions • Confirming nurses qualifications Methodology Cont’d • Use of quantitative analysis • Help capture critical data; ▫ Working hours of nurses ▫ Number of patients attended by the nurses in each of the shift ▫ Information on the wages • Evaluation by the use of formative and summative approaches • Formative evaluation-used to assess the objective and goals of the study • Evaluation based on turnover rates • Confirm if the objectives were achieved Methodology Cont’d • Summative evaluation-provides an assessment at the end of project • Carried six months after project completion • Evaluation confirm if project goals were met • Quantitative methodology used in analysis • Main focus-is nurses turnover rates • Data collection-done by administering questionnaires to community members Reflection • The experience at Tennessee Valley Hospitalenlightening • Observed challenges faced by nurses • Interaction with community members and patients • Better appreciation nursing leader roles • Use of different strategies by nurse leaders • Gained much experience and knowledge • Better appreciation of the value of education Summary of the Findings • NURS6600 Nursing in Psychiatric Setting

Use of qualitative data gathering method-surveys and questionnaires • Findings from the questionnaires included; • Complaints from nurses on personal safety-exposure to mental health patients who may be violent • Low wages • Low morale of the nurses-turnovers Summary of the Findings • Data collected from 4 groups from the community members. • Good results result in community buy- more involvement in the interventions • Suggestions-work on better community integration • Result in better engagement-more sustainable intervention • Strategies for integration-using sporting activities organized through weekly tournaments for better relations Scholarly Products Scholarly Products Cont’d Scholarly Products Cont’d Synthesis and Conclusion of The Presentation • Significant challenges at Tennessee VA Hospital • Unfavorable working conditions for nurses in psychiatric wing • Low wages. • The impact; • Resulted in nurse turnovers • Few healthcare personnel available • Use of qualitative techniques; use of surveys and questionnaires • Respondents-nurses, and members of the community Synthesis and Conclusion of The Presentation Cont’d • Better and sustainable results-community needs to be involved interventions • Primary objective of the study; • Understand the operations within the psychiatric units better • Identify tools and procedures used in managing the activities in the unit • Give recommendations on the best strategies in handling crisis in the facility References • Barnes‐Daly, M. A., Pun, B. T., Harmon, L. A., Byrum, D. G., Kumar, V. K., Devlin, J. W., … & Barr, J. (2018). Improving Health Care for Critically Ill Patients Using an Evidence‐Based Collaborative Approach to ABCDEF Bundle Dissemination and Implementation. Worldviews on Evidence‐Based Nursing, 15(3), 206-216. • Bowling, A. (2014). Research methods in health: investigating health and health services. McGrawHill Education (UK). • Fortune-Britt, A. G., Nieuwsma, J. A., Gierisch, J. M., Datta, S. K., Stolldorf, D. P., Cantrell, W. C., … & Jackson, G. L. (2015). Evaluating the implementation and sustainability of a program for enhancing veterans’ intimate relationships. Military medicine, 180(6), 676-683. References • Holloway, I., & Galvin, K. (2016). Qualitative research in nursing and healthcare. John Wiley & Sons. • Townsend, M. C., & Morgan, K. I. (2017). Psychiatric mental health nursing: Concepts of care in evidence- based practice. FA Davis. • Marquis, B. L., & Huston, C. J. (2017). Leadership roles and management functions in nursing: Theory and application (9th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

Get a 10 % discount on an order above $ 100
Use the following coupon code :
SAVE10