Tutor profile: Cynthia B.
A consumer inquires why they have to continue taking their antibiotic when they already feel better. They think it would be beneficial to keep the rest in case they get sick again. How would you reply to this statement.
Antibiotics are to be taken until they are completely gone even if symptoms have resolved themselves. Antibiotics continue to fight off bacteria in your system even after you no longer feel sick. Not taking the entire prescribed doses of the antibiotic can sometimes cause the bacteria to build up worse than the initial infection causing the need for more and often a different kind of antibiotic.
There are five styles of nursing leadership. List the five styles and which one you feel promotes a better work pace for your employees if you were there supervisor. Of these five styles also describe the one that you feel would be the most counter productive in leading a team.
The five styles of nursing leadership are transformational, democratic, laissez-faire, autocratic and servant. The style I feel promotes a work environment of teamwork, collaboration and employee recognition is transformational leadership. This style of leadership motivates and encourages employees to work together coming up with ideas and process that move the team forward. This type of leadership gives employees ownership and makes them feel a part of the bigger picture, resulting in dedicated loyal employees. The type of leadership I feel most hinders a team is a democratic leadership. This type of leadership does not foster the growth of employees and trains employees that they can not make a decision without the approval of the leader or supervisor. This type of leadership can be detrimental in a health care setting where critical thinking is a must.
Subject: Medical Assistant
The thin membrane that separates the external ear canal from the middle ear is often called the ear drum. What is the medical term for this membrane?
The medical term for this membrane is Tympatic Membrane
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