Professional Identity and Stewardship – Part II: Leadership Interview,Interview a person in a formal position of leadership within your organization (e.g., a supervisor, a manager, a director). Begin your interview with the following questions
I have written the paper, the content makes sense and meets the rubrics. I just need it to be rewritten, changing the words, checking APA, making sure is not plagiarized, checking grammar, sentence wordiness, style of writing, and if need be adding more points. more statistics of the seclusion problem, how the center of Medicare rates hospital with high seclusion rate. Please make the paper a good standard. overall make sure the paper has a good introduction, Clinical burning question. The PICOT is fine. see attched file for the already written paper that needs a lot of work/amendments.
“Seclusion is considered a form a restraints in which a patient is involuntary confined alone in a room or area from which the patient is physically prevented from leaving” (Knox, D. K., & Holloman, G. H. 2012). Seclusion may be used only for the management of violent or self-destructive behavior. Behaviors indicating the potential need for this type of interventions occur in both acute care settings (such as public and private mental hospitals, state mental hospitals, emergency departments, Veterans Affairs hospitals, and medical or surgical units in general hospitals) and chronic care settings (such as nursing homes and psychiatric residential treatment facilities).10 Although psychotic disorders account for 44 percent of individuals requiring seclusion or restraint (or both), multiple psychiatric diagnoses, including substance misuse and delirium, are associated with aggression in health care settings. Hence, it is fair to say that seclusion is commonly exercised on psychiatry patients and has recorded tremendous increase in the critical psychiatric settings in the United States. However, this Practice evades fundamental rights of patients besides being harmful and costly (Worldview on Evidence–Based Nursing 2006). The use of seclusion and restraints as an intervention to manage acutely disruptive and violent behavior amongst patients in the psychiatric context is a highly contentious issue perceived by some as an infringement of basic human rights and dignity, and by others as unavoidable in order to maintain safety and control to protect patients from harm (Fisher, 1994). The use of restraints and seclusions causes psychological and physical harm both to patients and staff and also increases cost to the health care establishment (Carlson & Hall, 2014). This paper seeks to utilize an evidence-based trauma-informed education to reduce
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