Nursing Chapter 14 Homework Topic concept Communication Methods Skill Level Understanding Answers

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Chapter 14 Evidence-Based Practice Questions
This activity contains 3 questions.
Evidence for Effective Leadership and Management
Citation: Mayor, E., Bangerter, A., & Aribot, M. (2012). Task uncertainty and
communication during nursing shift handovers. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 68(9),
19561966.
Overview: This study examines handovers and communication related to task
uncertainty as the team works. Nurse managers from 80 units in 18 hospitals were
interviewed, and content-analysis was used to examine the interview data.
Communication and other factors had an impact on handovers.
Application: Handovers are connected to teams and communication. As patients are
“passed” from team members to other teams, errors occur, many associated with
communication.
Questions:
1.
What is the aim of this study?
2.
Describe the researchers’ review of the problem of handovers and methods used to
implement handovers.
3.
What were the results of the study? If you were a nurse manager, how would you apply
this information to the work you doto your unit, teams on your unit, handovers, and
communication?
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Chapter 14 ANSWER KEY Evidence-Based Practice Questions
1.
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Handovers are changing in modern healthcare organizations, where standardized
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Unit type affected resource allocation. Unit types facing higher uncertainty had higher
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