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Write a critical enalysis report depicting role of registered nurse

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To successfully complete this assignment, you will need to include all the following.


The introduction should set the scene for the critical analysis of the case of patient C in the context of Communicating for Safety, Partnering with Consumers, and Recognising and Responding to Acute Deterioration Standards with consideration to the accountability and responsibility of a Registered Nurse.

Body Analysis of the Case

This focused analysis should specifically relate to the Registered Nurse's role in the assessment and recognition of deterioration, communication for patient safety, and family-centered care within their scope of practice whilst caring for patient C.

The analysis of this case should use pertinent literature regarding concepts of human factors, teamwork, and effective communication (both written and verbal) and the impact and implications of these on effective decision-making and provision of patient C's care. Consideration should be given to the impact of these on the RN's role in the escalation of care to maintain patient safety.

Students need to demonstrate synthesis of published material within the student's own analysis to demonstrate appropriate conclusions. The analysis must be supported by relevant and contemporary literature (a minimum of 8) including peer-reviewed journal articles (that report on empirical evidence), plus relevant Australian standards, codes, health policy, and guideline documents.

The conclusion draws your argument together and restates your thesis. It is generally a shorter paragraph than the introduction. Remember a conclusion should:

  1. The analysis should commence with a discussion around the key safety concepts that this case highlights and that the analysis will address. With a focus on the responsibility, accountability, and communication requirements of the Registered Nurse within their scope of practice.
  2. Students should use examples from the case to highlight missed opportunities from the perspective of a Registered Nurse in their clinical assessment of the patient, provision of nursing care communication, and accountability.
  3. The analysis should include a discussion of the types of ongoing assessments, communication, and documentation considered important in the practice of the registered nurse.
  4. Students must address the relevance of these areas as it relates to nursing communication both electronically and verbally and the accountability that a nurse exhibits or should have exhibited in these interactions.
  5. Students must provide a synopsis of suitable strategies that could be implemented to risk mitigate missed opportunities found in the case that relate to and demonstrate knowledge of the Registered Nurse's responsibility and accountability for communication and detecting and responding to acute deterioration. In this discussion, students should consider the National Safety and Quality in Healthcare Standards and reflect upon if the health service were to work with patient C's family what other strategies (other than those recommended by the QLD Coroner and the QLD Ombudsman) could they put in place to prevent another similar incident occurring?'
  6. Restate the argument without introducing any new information
  7. Remind the reader of the two or three points which provide the most important support for the argument
  8. Draw the essay to a close.
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