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Which action by the nurse-manager is the best solution to the following problem?

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The managers of the physical and occupational therapy neurologic departments tell a nurse-manager of an adult neurologic rehabilitation unit that they're concerned that clients have been arriving late for therapy. In response, the nursing staff of the rehabilitation unit complains that therapy schedules don't allow sufficient time for performing nursing interventions.

A. Meet with the managers of physical and occupational therapy and determine how to reschedule clients; then inform the nursing staff.
B. Tell the nursing staff that nurses need to determine how to transport clients to therapy according to the schedules developed by the therapists.
C. Meet with physical and occupational therapy managers to identify scheduling solutions.
D. Ask several staff nurses to work with the therapy staff to help solve the scheduling problem and offer herself as a resource.

This question is part of basic physical care (part 2)

Asked by Ellsworth, Last updated: Sep 20, 2020

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h.Jennifer

h.Jennifer

h.Jennifer
H.Jennifer

Answered Apr 23, 2018

A nurse takes note of a critical increment in customer falls causing damage. To help settle this issue,
The nurse requests that few staff nurses work with the treatment staff to help tackle the planning issue and offer herself as an asset.- method of reasoning: in this circumstance, working as a democratic leader is ideal. the nursing and treatment staffs who manage the everyday issues of direct customer mind have the best handle on the circumstances and ought to be self-sufficient to take care of issues.

The nurse-chief, in any case, ought to be accessible to help. meeting with just the managers of physical and word related treatment mirrors a totalitarian administrator. without staff input, the nurse-chief wont have the data she needs to distinguish the best arrangement. by basically advising the nursing staff to take after the advisers plans, the nurse-director has renounced obligation regarding critical thinking, yet the issue still exists. deciding critical thinking alternatives without staff input is demonstrative of a taking an interest chief. a taking an interest supervisor approaches staff individuals for assessments, yet staff individuals don't have contribution to real critical thinking. this absence of info may cause disdain and disappointment.

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John Adney

John Adney

John Adney
John Adney

Answered Nov 21, 2017

I meet with the managers to resdchule clients according to schedules

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John Smith

John Smith

John Smith
John Smith

Answered Sep 09, 2016

Ask several staff nurses to work with the therapy staff to help solve the scheduling problem and offer herself as a resource.-rationale: in this situation, functioning as a democratic leader is best. the nursing and therapy staffs who deal with the day-to-day problems of direct client care have the best grasp of the situation and should have autonomy to solve problems. the nurse-manager, however, should be available to help. meeting with only the managers of physical and occupational therapy reflects an autocratic manager. without staff input, the nurse-manager wont have the information she needs to identify the best solution. by simply telling the nursing staff to follow the therapists schedules, the nurse-manager has abdicated responsibility for problem solving, yet the problem still exists. determining problem-solving options without staff input is indicative of a participative manager. a participative manager asks staff members for opinions, but staff membres dont have input into actual problem solving. this lack of input may cause resentment and frustration.client needs category: safe, effective care environmentclient needs subcategory: management of carecognitive level: analysisreference: craven, r.f., and hirnle, c.j. fundamentals of nursing: human health and function, 5th ed. philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2007, p. 115.
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