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Deliverable 5 – Staffing Justification Email

Deliverable 5 – Staffing Justification Email

Deliverable 5 – Staffing Justification Email

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  1. Competency
    Apply principles of professional identity and professionalism.
    Student Success Criteria
    View the grading rubric for this deliverable by selecting the “This item is graded with a rubric” link, which is located in the Details & Information pane.
    Scenario
    You are making a staffing assignment knowing that you are short staffed. You have five registered nurses (RNs), two licensed practical nurses (LPNs), and two nursing assistants. Those nine employees need to provide a 12-hour shift of services to 30 number of clients with a high acuity required to a ratio of nurse to client at 1:3.
    Client acuity level

    • Six acuity level 1
    • Eight acuity level 2
    • Nine acuity level 3
    • Seven acuity level 4
    • You will use the acuity-based staffing model to develop the staffing assignment based on the needs of the clients and a template has been created to use (see resources below).
      Instructions
      As you create this assignment, include the following in an email to your manager to justify your short staffing plan:
    • Complete the staffing assignment based on the acuity level.
    • Defend how you would direct the staff to their assigned roles for this shift and provide a rationale for the staffing assignment.
    • Describe how you would communicate with each level of care provider to assure the best outcomes possible.
    • Address how you would assure client equity in the delivery of services.
    • Reflect on how you, as a nursing leader, created the staffing assignment based on your core professional values.
    • Describe your professional identity characteristics that supported your decision for the staffing assignment.
    • Provides stated ideas with professional language and attribution for credible sources with correct APA citation, spelling, and grammar.
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    NUR4590-Staffing-Template.docx

    NUR4590 Staffing Assignment Template

    Shift Assignments RN

    1

    RN

    2

    RN

    3

    RN

    4

    RN

    5

    LPN

    1

    LPN

    2

    CNA

    1

    CNA

    2

    Acuity Level 1 Clients                  
    Acuity Level 2 Clients                  
    Acuity Level 3 Clients                  
    Acuity Level 4 Clients                  
    Total Acuity                  

     

    Begin your email here:

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    deliverable5professionalidentiyofnurseleader.docx

    · Grade for Deliverable 5

    100% of total grade

    · Criterion 1

    0% of total grade

    A – 4 – Mastery

    Thoroughly identified how staff were assigned based on acuity level.

    0

    B – 3 – Proficiency

    Clearly identified how staff were assigned based on acuity level.

    0

    C – 2 – Competence

    Briefly identified how staffing assignments were made based on acuity level.

    0

    F – 1 – No Pass

    Did not identify how staffing assignments were made.

    0

    I – 0 – Not Submitted

    Not Submitted

    0

    · Criterion 2

    0% of total grade

    A – 4 – Mastery

    Thoroughly identified how staff were assigned would be directed

    0

    B – 3 – Proficiency

    Clearly identified how staff were assigned would be directed

    0

    C – 2 – Competence

    Briefly identified how staff assignment would be directed.

    0

    F – 1 – No Pass

    Did not describe how staff assignments were made.

    0

    I – 0 – Not Submitted

    Not Submitted

    0

    · Criterion 3

    0% of total grade

    · Criterion 4

    0% of total grade

    A – 4 – Mastery

    Included many detailed examples of how client equity is assured.

    0

    B – 3 – Proficiency

    Included a few examples of how client to assure equity of services.

    0

    C – 2 – Competence

    Included an example of client equity of services.

    0

    F – 1 – No Pass

    Does not include examples of client equity of services.

    0

    I – 0 – Not Submitted

    Not submitted

    0

    · Criterion 5

    0% of total grade

    A – 4 – Mastery

    Reflected on the creation of the staffing assignment based on your professional values with detailed examples.

    0

    B – 3 – Proficiency

    Reflected on the creation of the staffing assignment based on your professional values with examples.

    0

    C – 2 – Competence

    Reflected on the creation of the staffing assignment based on your professional values.

    0

    F – 1 – No Pass

    Does not include a reflection of your integrity based on core values.

    0

    I – 0 – Not Submitted

    Not Submitted

    0

    · Criterion 6

    0% of total grade

    A – 4 – Mastery

    Thoroughly described professional identity characteristics in detail with examples.

    0

    B – 3 – Proficiency

    Clearly described in detail your professional identity characteristics.

    0

    C – 2 – Competence

    Briefly described your professional identity characteristics.

    0

    F – 1 – No Pass

    Does not include characteristics of your professional identity.

    0

    I – 0 – Not Submitted

    Not submitted

    0

    · Criterion 7

    0% of total grade

    A – 4 – Mastery

    Provided stated ideas with professional language and attribution for credible sources with correct APA citation, spelling, and grammar.

    0

    B – 3 – Proficiency

    Provided stated ideas with professional language and attribution for credible sources with minimal APA citation, spelling, and grammar errors.

    0

    C – 2 – Competence

    Attempted to provide stated ideas with professional language and attribution for credible sources with some APA citation, spelling, and grammar errors.

    0

    F – 1 – No Pass

    Provided confusing ideas with an attempt at professional language and attribution for credible sources with numerous APA citation, spelling, and grammar errors.

    0

    I – 0 – Not Submitted

    Not submitted

    0

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    Studytheseexamplesofwell.docx

    EXAMPLE EMAIL FORMAT

    Study these examples of well-structured emails: Example

    To: lilytan@healthylife.com

    Subject: Re: Eating for Health campaign

    CC

    BCC

    Hi Lily

    Thanks for your message. I’m excited to hear about your ‘Eating for Health’ campaign next month. I’m delighted to accept your invitation to give the opening address at the launch on 15 November. I think it would be valuable if we could meet to discuss how I should focus my opening, and key points you want me to mention. I want to make sure I address all the objectives of your campaign. Please let me know if 11 am next Tuesday 7 October is convenient for you. I could meet you at your office, or you are welcome to come over here to mine. Please let me have your draft program before our meeting. I look forward to hearing from you and participating in this exciting campaign. Deliverable 5 – Staffing Justification Email

    Martin Fong

    General Manager Orchid Superstores

    Tel: +65 68287722

    Mobile: +65 82394920

    Use an appropriate greeting.

    The opening refers to the email and sets the scene.

    Include all relevant details using a friendly, conversational tone.

    Action is specified clearly and logically. A nice relevant close helps to create rapport and build bonds.

    I don’t see why we need ‘Regards’. Just relevant contact details.

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