Journal Entry 3
This week you complete and submit your second journal entry. Your journal draws from evidence concepts and/or theories you have examined in this program especially those related to your specialization. What have you observed during your Practicum Experience that you would like to analyze through your journal writing?
To complete the Journal Entry:
In your saved version of the NURS 6600 Practicum Journal document write a minimum of 250 to 300 words in APA format and 3 references from the list below. Include the level one headings as numbered below:
1) Describe a problem issue or situation that you have observed during your Practicum Experience (no more than a half page). The problem that happened during week 9 of my practicum is that there was security breach on a few patients records. It was discovered that some employees had accessed patients files with no authorization
2) Using no fewer than three peer-reviewed sources of evidence analyze what you have observed within the context of your specialty using appropriate concepts principles and theories. Give special attention to observed events that vary from scholarly literature. (See attached files on peer reviewed articles).
3) Explain how the problem situation or issue was handled in a manner that is consistent and a manner that is inconsistent with the theory concepts and principles detailed in the evidence. (The hospital hired Healthicity which is a Healthcare Compliance & Auditing Software and Services company).
4) Given the various evidence-based approaches that can be used in handling a problem situation or issue formulate a plan for approaching the matter differently. (See agreement for the plan Healthicity came up with).
5) Include references immediately following the content.
6) Use APA style for your journal entry and references.
Namolu N. & Ulgen Y. (2013). Network security vulnerabilities and personal privacy issues in Healthcare Information Systems: a case study in a private hospital in Turkey. Studies In Health Technology And Informatics 190126-128.
Buppert C. (2002). Safeguarding patient privacy. Establish department compliance with new federal regulations on individually indentifiable health information. Nursing Management 33(12) 31-35.
Lin Y. Lee W. Kuo L. Cheng Y. Lin C. Lin H. & … Lin T. (2013). Building an ethical environment improves patient privacy and satisfaction in the crowded emergency department: a quasi-experimental study. BMC Medical Ethics 148. doi:10.1186/1472-6939-14-8
Journal Entry 3