Case Scenario to be completed
-Introduction or abstract page
-Summary or Conclusion page
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The following position is advertised on a career Web
site: RN I Surgical Job Travel Involved: None. Job Type: Full-Time. Job Level:
Minimum Education Required: Associate Degree Skills: Category: Nursing FTE:
0.9. Position Summary: Description/Purpose of Position: Responsible for
providing patient care based upon the nursing process; being effectively
involved with maintaining the standard of care for assigned patients through
assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation. Oversees and guides
employees who are under your supervision. Requirements Description/Purpose of
Position: Responsible for providing patient care based upon the nursing
process; being effectively involved with maintaining the standard of care for
assigned patients through assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation.
Oversees and guides employees that are under your supervision. Minimum
Qualifications: Education: Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing.
License/Certification: Current RN license in the state of XXX. Current BCLS
Certification. Other: Must be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills
necessary to provide care/service appropriate to the age of the patients served
on the assigned unit/department. Note: An RN graduate is a nurse who has
completed a course of study at a school of nursing and is eligible for the
NCLEX. The RN graduate performs directly under the supervision of the charge
nurse or RN designee.
1. List three
substantive questions you might expect to be asked in an interview for the job,
and summarize your answers.
2. Describe three to
five ways in which you could prepare for the interview to make the most
3. Be sure to describe what you would wear and what material
you would bring with you.
Your best friend, Lindsey, and you are working together in
the surgical ICU. Often you cover for her when she goes to lunch or on breaks.
You notice that often her clients complain of being in pain, even though she
has told you that she medicated them right before she left the unit. You also
notice that she appears to be very jumpy and short-tempered and a bit
disheveled when she comes to work. You are suspicious that she is using the
medications that she says she is giving to her clients.
1.What should you do first?
2. What might be the consequences if you decide to do