Florida International University Case Study Priority Setting Discussion Read the ATI video case study Priority Setting and respond to the following: If yo

Florida International University Case Study Priority Setting Discussion Read the ATI video case study Priority Setting and respond to the following:

If you were the nurse in this situation, which client should you see first? Identify the priority framework you are using and the rationale for your selection.

Your paper should be 2 pages
You are required to use and cite one academic source.
Use current APA Style.
Include a title page and a reference page listing the source(s) you used.

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Content

Points Range:45 (45.00%) – 50 (50.00%)

The response fully addresses all elements of the writing prompt. The response provides detail and/or quality examples, demonstrating a depth of understanding.

Points Range:40 (40.00%) – 44.5 (44.50%)

The response addresses all elements of the writing prompt, but one or two may be vague or incomplete. Most details or examples support the prompt very well, demonstrating a strong understanding.

Points Range:36.5 (36.50%) – 39.5 (39.50%)

Multiple components of the prompt are not addressed. Details and examples may be missing in more than two occasions, demonstrating some understanding.

Points Range:0 (0.00%) – 36 (36.00%)

The response is inaccurate or unrelated to the prompt and/or most components of the prompt are not addressed. There are no details or examples.

Organization

Points Range:40.5 (40.50%) – 45 (45.00%)

There is a sophisticated, concise introduction, body, and conclusion to the paper. The introduction provides an overview of the topic. The information in the body is relevant and presented in a logical order. The conclusion summarizes the topic and includes the writer’s thoughts on the subject.

Points Range:36 (36.00%) – 40.05 (40.05%)

There is a well-written introduction, body and conclusion to the paper. The introduction provides a general overview of the topic, but may be incomplete or wordy. The information in the body is mostly relevant and mostly presented in a logical order with one or two exceptions. The conclusion summarizes the topic, but may somewhat be brief or abrupt.

Points Range:32.85 (32.85%) – 35.55 (35.55%)

There is an obvious introduction, body, and conclusion to the paper, but there may be a few instances that are off topic or vague. The information in the body is generally relevant, but not concise. Much of the information is not presented in a clear, logical order. The conclusion may be incomplete, or slightly off-topic.

Points Range:0 (0.00%) – 32.4 (32.40%)

There is no clear introduction, body, or conclusion. The paper does not follow the required format.

Mechanics and APA Format

Points Range:4.5 (4.50%) – 5 (5.00%)

The paper is written in a clear, concise, formal, and organized manner. The paper is error free. Information from sources is appropriately paraphrased and accurately referenced and cited in APA when applicable. The paper meets assignment length requirements.

Points Range:4 (4.00%) – 4.45 (4.45%)

Most of the writing is clear and organized, but there may be one or two instances where it is not concise or formal in language. Minor errors exist in spelling and grammar with no interference with readability or comprehension. Most information from sources is paraphrased, referenced, and cited correctly. The paper meets assignment length requirements.

Points Range:3.65 (3.65%) – 3.95 (3.95%)

In three or more instances, the writing is unclear and unorganized. Several errors in spelling and grammar somewhat interfere with readability. Information from a few sources is missing or improperly cited. The paper does not fully meet assignment length requirements.

Points Range:0 (0.00%) – 3.6 (3.60%)

Mechanical errors significantly interfere with the readability of the paper. No attempt to follow the required format is indicated. The paper does not come close to meeting assignment length requirements. Priority setting case scenario:
Narrator: Setting priorities in the nursing practice requires a clear understanding of the steps
necessary to reach positive client outcomes. Nurses make clinical decisions on a daily basis and
unless they base those decisions on an appropriate evidence based priority framework they may
compromise expected client outcome.
Nurse giving report: Nancy Jones in room 6310 has an infiltrated IV line. We were unable to
start a new IV and her ampicillin is due at 8am.
Justin Foster in room 6314 called for pain medication at 7am so that still needs to be given.
Anna Chen in room 6315 is diagnosed with gastritis and called for assistance to the restroom.
I’ve contacted assistive personnel and let them know this.
Lenny Williams in room 6307 contacted Laura the assistive personnel stating that he is
experiencing pain in his right calf and Laura stated that his calf was red.
Question: If you were a nurse in this situation, which client should
you see first? Identify the priority framework you are using and the
rationale for you selection.

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