Differentiate between performance appraisal of individuals and performance of the health care system
Part 1: The focus should be on the pathophysiology of how these injuries are going to affect the care in terms of perianaesthesia management. For e.g fractured ribs and lung contusion going to affect respiration and ventilation, the liver laceration might be a problem in terms of haemodynamic stability and bruises in terms of internal bleeding. The acute abdomen can affect the ventilation of the patient. Facial trauma considerations in terms of airway management. (focus should be on considering the injuries we have to take into considerations altering our care for him during anaesthesia) Part 2: Prioritise post anaesthesia care unit nurses responsibilities and nursing interventions necessary for Andrei in the immediate postoperative period. Although his procedure is ORIF considering he is a trauma patient with multiple injuries then there will be implications interms of his recovery and the risks and the care required for him in the immediate post operative period that go beyond that bone being operated on. NO introduction and NO conclusion required.
This includes developing critical analysis and questioning of how services are implemented. Deeper learning also includes the ability to extrapolate, extend and apply principles and theory based on the evidence. A current health management issue will be addressed, which means students have to examine recent international literature and consult with senior managers in the field. Quality of writing skills is also assessed to help improve competency- an essential requirement for future health services managers and/or employees. Task Differentiate between performance appraisal of individuals and performance of the health care system. Identify how health system performance is measured comparing at least three countries with Australian measures. Explain what measures work well/work poorly and why. Make recommendations to address the short comings of measures used.