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The purpose of this assignment is to appraise the role of the dnp-prepared nurse in promoting a culture of mentoring within today’s complex healthcare system environment.

This an 8-10 slide presentation. The form should be APA 7th edition. Resources should be within 5 years. I have provided a list of instructions. Please follow the instructions to the letter, as far as set.
Nursing leaders acknowledge the relationship between a strong mentorship and retention of nursing staff. Mentorship programs are valuable in supporting the transition to practice for the novice nurse. The purpose of this assignment is to appraise the role of the DNP-prepared nurse in promoting a culture of mentoring within today’s complex healthcare system environment.
Instructions
For this assignment, create a PowerPoint Presentation in which you examine the role of the DNP-prepared nurse as a mentor.
The presentation should include the following components:
Title slide (Include the same information as on a title page of a paper—1 slide):
Title of assignment
Student name
Chamberlain University College of Nursing
Course number and course name
Session month and year
Content slides that address the following items:
Objective and definition (2-4 slides)
State the objectives of the presentation (what you want staff to learn as a result of viewing the presentation).
Define the concept of mentorship.
Examine the influence of mentoring on nurse retention, nurse satisfaction, and professional development.
Impact, benefits, and rationale (4-5 slides)
Evaluate the benefits of mentoring to the mentee, mentor, and the organization.
Defend why mentoring is crucial in today’s complex healthcare systems.
Conclusion (1 slide)
Includes a summary of the value of mentoring relationships.
Includes a summary of why mentoring can be effective in today’s complex healthcare environment.
References slide (minimum of 3 scholarly, peer-reviewed sources)
Create a separate reference slide(s).
Ensure each reference has a matching citation.
Support your position by using evidence from at least three (3) scholarly, peer-reviewed journal sources (preferably research or systematic reviews) that are retrieved from the Chamberlain library databases. Do not use textbooks, government sources, or organizational websites for the three sources in this assignment.
Review the rubric for the grading criteria.
Presentation Requirements
Length: 8-10 slides (not including title slide or references slide)
Title slide (same information as would be on the title page of a paper)
Concise slides with limited bullet points and text:
No more than 5-6 bullet points per slide
No more than 5-6 words per bullet
Content broken into bullet points rather than paragraphs
Speaker notes for the main content that supports each slide
Consistent color schemes and font style and size on each slide
25-30 font size
No neon or warm colors (yellows, reds, oranges)
In-text citations for any quote, paraphrase, image, graph, table, or data used in presentation
Headings on each slide
References slide with references in APA format
Standard English usage and mechanics
Organized presentation of concepts

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My topic is how to promote safe discharge: education tool for geriatric patients and families

This is the second time that I am ordering the same assignment because the previous writer did not follow the instructions.
PLEASE read and follow the instructions in attached paper. This is a capstone project. I have submitted my initial project and for this assignment it is still the same project but you need to focus on the goals and objectives by filling out the TEMPLATE. I am going to attach my initial project as well. My topic is how to promote safe discharge: education tool for geriatric patients and families

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Picot: for adults on a medical surgical telemetry unit identified at risk for pressure injury, what is the impact of the national pressure injury advisory panel (npiap) guidelines, compared to current practice, on hospital-acquired pressure injury rates in 8 to 10 weeks

Picot: For adults on a medical surgical telemetry unit identified at risk for pressure injury, what is the impact of the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel (NPIAP) guidelines, compared to current practice, on hospital-acquired pressure injury rates in 8 to 10 weeks
Please provide a summary of your career goals upon completion of your DNP education. You may include short and/or long-term goals.

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Please help me answer my post,

Please help me answer my post,
Right below is what I posted.
Currently, there is a shortage of organ donors. The demands are higher than the supply of organs for donation. Over 106,000 people are currently on the national transplant list. This means that decisions are made every day when deciding which patient is the next on the list to receive a so expectant organ. This is very tough as people depend on organs to live. So the longer they wait, the less chance of survival. Due to the shortage and the extensive line and waiting list, UNOS( United Network for Organ Sharing) was created to make the process easier and match donated organs to transplant candidates. This can help to save more lives. How do UNOS works? The hospital sends medical information of a patient who requires a new organ to the Unos’ website. When an organ becomes available, UNOS determines which patient is most compatible with the available organ by filtering the list of candidates and their medical information. For a patient to be a
potential match with the available organ, many factors need to be considered such as the patient’s blood type, height, weight, organ size, medical urgency, time spent on the waiting list, and genetic makeup. After that, an organ is offered to the patient with the best match. Moreover, organ donation is prioritized for patients who are younger and have a higher chance to live, so these patients are placed at the top of the list. Geographical location is also some of the factors in the decision-making because some organs have less time to be transplanted and pediatric status.
A patient who is on the waiting list and has high survival chance has a total moral right to obtain an organ transplant. In health care, prioritization is applied, so when there is an organ shortage the following: Patients with high survival chances, young children, and transplant organs with limited rejection rate such as corneal transplants.
Right below is my professor’s question. Please help me answer to it.
Thanks
-Thank you for sharing your thoughts on the topic of organ donation. Some feel that it is appropriate to use age as a factor of deciding who should or should not get an organ. How does this differ from using race or gender as a qualifying factor?
Explain.
Please provide references
Thanks

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I will send the first journal goals.

describe in detail areas of your growth and development and areas to focus on the future growth and development based on the course outcomes , graduate nursing program outcomes. and mission of the School of nursing. FYI this is an advance research course. I will send you an attachment of the first journal so you can elaborate more on each goals.
i will send the first journal goals. to

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Hello attached our 5 questions. please use references for each answer as directi

Hello attached our 5 questions. Please use references for each answer as directions are attached.
Contact if additional information Needed Thank you

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Students, in a professionally developed paper, will discuss the rationale for choosing the topic, how it will impact practice in a positive or negative manner, citing pros and cons.

Requirements
Students will login to FierceEMR and FierceHealthIT using the link provided in the reading assignment module for Week 5 and select a “current/popular” topic of the week that may impact their practice. Students, in a professionally developed paper, will discuss the rationale for choosing the topic, how it will impact practice in a positive or negative manner, citing pros and cons. Include a discussion of how informatics skills and knowledge were used in the process relevance to developing the assignment. In the conclusion, provide recommendations for the future. Submit completed FierceHealthIT

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Plan to spend at least 2 direct practicum hours working with the same patient, family, or group.

In a 5-7 page written assessment, assess the effect of the patient, family, or population problem you’ve previously defined on the quality of care, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
Introduction
Organizational data, such as readmission rates, hospital-acquired infections, falls, medication errors, staff satisfaction, serious safety events, and patient experience can be used to prioritize time, resources, and finances. Health care organizations and government agencies use benchmark data to compare the quality of organizational services and report the status of patient safety. Professional nurses are key to comprehensive data collection, reporting, and monitoring of metrics to improve quality and patient safety.
Preparation
In this assessment, you’ll assess the effect of the health problem you’ve defined on the quality of care, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual. Plan to spend at least 2 direct practicum hours working with the same patient, family, or group. During this time, you may also choose to consult with subject matter and industry experts.
To prepare for the assessment:
Review the assessment instructions and scoring guide to ensure that you understand the work you will be asked to complete and how it will be assessed.
Conduct research of the scholarly and professional literature to inform your assessment and meet scholarly expectations for supporting evidence.
Review the Practicum Focus Sheet: Assessment 2 [PDF], which provides guidance for conducting this portion of your practicum.
Report on your experiences during your first 2 practicum hours, including how you presented your ideas about the health problem to the patient, family, or group.
Whom did you meet with?
What did you learn from them?
Comment on the evidence-based practice (EBP) documents or websites you reviewed.
What did you learn from that review?
Share the process and experience of exploring the influence of leadership, collaboration, communication, change management, and policy on the problem.
What barriers, if any, did you encounter when presenting the problem to the patient, family, or group?
Did the patient, family, or group agree with you about the presence of the problem and its significance and relevance?
What leadership, communication, collaboration, or change management skills did you employ during your interactions to overcome these barriers or change the patient’s, family’s, or group’s thinking about the problem (for example, creating a sense of urgency based on data or policy requirements)?
What changes, if any, did you make to your definition of the problem, based on your discussions?
What might you have done differently?
Requirements
The assessment requirements, outlined below, correspond to the scoring guide criteria, so be sure to address each main point. Read the performance-level descriiptions for each criterion to see how your work will be assessed. In addition, note the additional requirements for document format and length and for supporting evidence.
Explain how the patient, family, or population problem impacts the quality of care, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
Cite evidence that supports the stated impact.
Note whether the supporting evidence is consistent with what you see in your nursing practice.
Explain how state board nursing practice standards and/or organizational or governmental policies can affect the problem’s impact on the quality of care, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
Describe research that has tested the effectiveness of these standards and/or policies in addressing care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
Explain how these standards and/or policies will guide your actions in addressing care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
Describe the effects of local, state, and federal policies or legislation on your nursing scope of practice, within the context of care quality, patient safety, and cost to the system and individual.
Propose strategies to improve the quality of care, enhance patient safety, and reduce costs to the system and individual.
Discuss research on the effectiveness of these strategies in addressing care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
Identify relevant and available sources of benchmark data on care quality, patient safety, and costs to the system and individual.
Document the time spent (your practicum hours) with these individuals or group in the Capella Academic Portal Volunteer Experience Form.
Use paraphrasing and summarization to represent ideas from external sources.
Apply APA style and formatting to scholarly writing.
Additional Requirements
Format: Format your paper using APA style. APA Style Paper Tutorial [DOCX] is provided to help you in writing and formatting your paper. Be sure to include:
A title page and reference page. An abstract is not required.
Appropriate section headings.
Length: Your paper should be approximately 5–7 pages in length, not including the reference page.
Supporting evidence: Cite at least 5 sources of scholarly or professional evidence that support your central ideas. Resources should be no more than five years old. Provide in-text citations and references in APA format.

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How do i use nursing knowledge to enhance curricular development?

this will be a continuation of the first assignment
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This week, synthesize what you have learned and experienced to formulate a personal philosophy of nursing education that answers the following questions:
What does nursing education mean to me?
How do I use nursing knowledge to enhance curricular development?
As a nurse scholar, how can I contribute to the evaluation of the nursing curriculum?
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In general, the success of any suturing technique has a lot to do with appropriate selection of sutures, needles, and needle holders (ratner, 2020).

Respond to the 2 following discussion posts separately with separate reference lists. References to be no older than 5 years.
1.Lindsay Trent posted Sep 29, 2022 8:58 AM
Suturing is a technique that has been around for thousands of years to close cutaneous wounds (Ratner, 2020). The primary goals of suturing have remained the same: closing dead space, supporting and strengthening wounds until healing increases tensile strength, approximating skin edges for an aesthetically pleasing and functional result, and minimizing the risks of bleeding and infection (Ratner, 2020). There are multiple suturing techniques, and the choice depends on the type and location of the wound, thickness of the skin, degree of tension, and desired cosmetic result (Ratner, 2020). Suture techniques include simple interrupted, simple buried, vertical mattress, horizontal mattress, figure-of-8, half-buried, simple running, simple running locking, and subcuticular running (Zenn, 2013). Interrupted sutures are the most common and easy to place, have high tensile strength, and decrease the risk of edema and impaired circulation (Ratner, 2020; Zenn, 2013). However, interrupted sutures take longer to place and can often cause crosshatched marks or scarring across the suture line (Ratner, 2020). Simple buried sutures are the main suture that will be used when deep sutures are needed before skin sutures; for these sutures, it is important to start deep and end superficially to avoid buttonholing the skin (Zenn, 2013). Simple running sutures are more appropriate for longer wounds with deeper placed sutures that have already minimized wound tension whereas running locked sutures have increased tensile strength (Ratner, 2020). Vertical and horizontal mattress sutures maximize wound eversion, reduce dead space, and minimize tension across the round (Ratner, 2020). Half-buried vertical and horizontal mattress sutures are reserved for cosmetically important areas such as the face and provide better cosmetic outcomes (Ratner, 2020). Running subcuticular sutures can be used when space is minimal and dead space has been eliminated; the epidermis is only penetrated at the beginning and end of the suture line, minimizing crosshatching and provided the best possible cosmetic outcome (Ratner, 2020). In general, the success of any suturing technique has a lot to do with appropriate selection of sutures, needles, and needle holders (Ratner, 2020). The technique that is selected should allow for the smallest suture that will adequately hold the wound edges while ensuring the tensile strength of the suture does not exceed the tensile strength of the tissue (Ratner, 2020).
References
Ratner, D. (2020). Suturing techniques. Background, Indications, Technical Considerations. Retrieved 2022, from https://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1824895-overview#a3
Zenn, M. (2013). Learn How To Suture – Best Suture Techniques and Training. YouTube. Retrieved 2022, from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TFwFMav_cpE.
2. Judy Nguyen posted Sep 28, 2022 6:51 PM
Suture is considered a standard of care in primary wound closure. It is helpful in minimizing bleeding and aides wound in the healing process (Azmat & Council, 2020). The purpose of sutures is to reduce the dead space between the wound opening and provide the necessary support needed for the skin heal appropriately. Before the suturing process, the provider must evaluate the skin and wound type, the degree of tension, as well as the anatomical location. It is also important to ask for patient’s preferences and what their desire cosmetic skin results (Azmat & Council, 2020). It is essential to acknowledge infection risk and inflammatory reaction associated with the suture material prior to using the appropriate suture for wound closure (Azmat & Council, 2020).
There are two different types of sutures; absorbable and non-absorbable. Absorbable sutures are intended to stay inside the body after closure and will absorb overtime, they do not require a provider to remove them, whereas, non-absorbable sutures do not degrade and will need to be removed later (Gonzalez, 2018).
There are various types of suture selections techniques that can be used when suturing. Continuous suturing involves a single strand of suture material but include a series of stitches. This can be done fast compared to other sutures and is evenly distributed throughout the entire wound. They can be used on the dermis or in internal organs such as the uterus. They are great for achieving hemostasia. Interrupted sutures are the most common in skin wound and are done one closure at a time. Single, vertical, horizontal, and pulley are different approaches to interrupted sutures. Deep sutures are a type of suture that is placed under the layers of tissue below the skin. Buried sutures are done by using absorbable sutures and not able to be seen from the outside as they are buried under the skin. It can be done single or continues. Purse-string sutures are a continuous suture placed around an area and tightened like the drawstring. Lastly, subcutaneous sutures are placed in the dermis and subcutaneous tissue, which lies below the upper layer of the skin (Gonzalez, 2018).
References
Azmat, C., Council, E., (2020) Wound closure techniques. StatPearls Retrieved
from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK470598/
Gonzalez, A. (2018). Everything you need to know about surgical sutures. Retrieved
from https://www.healthline.com/health/sutures#types