Step 1: Read the following case study: A nurse has an order to complete a proced

Step 1: Read the following case study:
A nurse has an order to complete a procedure on a patient. After reading the procedure, the nurse notices that it is not best practice and it has not been updated for 6 years. The nurse takes this issue to the nurse leader (charge nurse) and the nurse manager (unit manager).
Step 2: Your first post is based on the first letter of your last name. For example, if your last name is Smith, you would answer the nurse manager question. Please review the differences in these roles before posting.
The First Letter of your Last Name (THE LETTER IS ‘P’)
Question to Answer
Letters N-Z:
What would you do as a nurse manager if your policy or procedure conflicts with the most recent evidence? Describe your response to this nurse.
Why is it important to update policies and procedures? What are the risks if they are outdated?
What is your role as a nurse manager in assuring policies or procedures are up to date?
Step 3: Reply to classmates in either group.
Your discussion post should look like:
Paragraph one: What would you do as a nurse leader or nurse manager (depending on your last name) if your policy or procedure conflicts with the most recent evidence? Describe your response to this nurse.
Paragraph two: Why is it important to update policies and procedures? What are the risks if they are outdated?
Paragraph three: What is your role as a nurse leader or nurse manager (depending on your last name) in assuring policies or procedures are up to date?
Paragraph four: write a response to the following post:
“Hi Professor and class,
It is important to update policy and procedures as often as necessary in keeping up with the ever changes that are enacted by lawmakers and the changes that comes from the ever-growing health care and technology community. Policy and procedures should be reviewed annually to ensure they are consistent with the overall health care best practices. “At the heart of policies and procedures stand patients, and at the end of the day, the goal of policies and procedures is to protect patients from harm.” Rogers, Alison (March 12, 2017).
Utilizing outdated policy and procedures that are no longer being used or no longer recognized by the nursing organization as a whole can cause unnecessary harm to patient/s resulting in adverse consequences. As patient advocates, this is an ideal time to assume leadership positions to protect patient rights, ensure patient needs are met, and ensure the nursing profession retains its strength. Finkelman, A. (2020).
As a nurse manager I could perform intermittent appraisals of the policies and procedures through a tracking system that will detect when policies and procedures are due for update. It is my responsibility to ensure that new policy and procedures are reviewed and implemented into practice by all nurses on the unit upon updating. “As the largest group of medical professionals worldwide registered nurses (RNs) who work as nurse managers are positioned to inspire and influence positive changes to public health policy and political decision-making on local, state, and national levels.” Doctor of Nursing Practice (May 22, 2020).”
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