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nurse manager
Each Question should be answered in a separately with it own reference.
Question 1:Jada’s Dilemma
Jada Williams was promoted to the nurse manager for a general medical floor of a large metropolitan hospital. The floor consisted of 32 rooms that handled a daily census of 60 patients. She was responsible for a large staff of 36 RNs and LPNs scheduled across 3 shifts, 4 clerical/administrative staff, and a host of technical and support staff that she did not directly supervise, but who worked on her unit.
After a few weeks at her new job, Jada had taken note of several serious safety hazards and violations on her floor. These hazards and violations included some non-approved disposal of needles and waste, an electrical cord stretched across a hallway, several incidences of spilled liquids in walkways that were not cleaned up promptly, and two observations of staff not using proper safety procedures when drawing blood.
When she called a meeting to discuss safety issues, she was very surprised when two staff members objected to her “telling us how to do a job we have done for years.” Jada was not sure how to deal with some members of her staff that did not respond positively to suggestions to increase safety awareness and practices on the floor. She overheard one of her staff laughingly refer to her as “Ms. Safety.” Another time she heard someone say, “Women get all bossy when they are made managers.”
Jada was very concerned her workers were not respectful of what she considered important safety concerns.
What attitude problems, if any, does Jada need to address? As her friend and colleague, what leadership style(s) would you advise Jada to consider having her staff “on board” with the necessary and required safety procedures. Why?
Support your initial post with leadership, decision-making, and conflict management theory. Please be specific in your recommendations.
Please submit a substitutive initial post by midnight, Wednesday, supported with academic journal references, workplace examples, and other appropriate material. Respond to at least two of your classmate’s initial posts.
Question 2:This is a big question with a lot of opportunity to focus in on one or more areas. I am not just looking for definitions – I want to see application.
Quality control processes are crucial to the success of any clinical systemsmanagement implementation. How might you plan for quality, deliver quality assurance and control quality utilizing tools such as an Ishikawa diagrammatic when implementing a Syndromic Surveillance System at the state level.
Question 3:Based on your knowledge of the various means of data transmission and networking, please share with the class, in your own words the differences between Dial-Up, DSL, Cable Modem, ISDN, and LAN connectivity via fiber.
In particular, compare their speed and capacity, and the advantages/disadvantages of each.