|Type your answers below
|Page numbers in Hood textbook on the assigned paper topic: Clearly state page numbers in the Hood textbook that correspond to the assigned paper topic.
|Chapter 4 pages 87-107
|General Reference FormType the general reference form for a journal article from the Publication Manual of the APA from page 198.
|Author, A.A., Author, B.B., & Author, C.C. (year). Title of article. Title of Periodicial, xx, pp-pp. doi:xx.xxxxxxxxxx
|Reference for Journal Article: Create a reference for the assigned article using the correct APA format including author(s), year, article title, journal name, volume number, issue number, page numbers, italics, parentheses, punctuation, double line spacing, and hanging indent. Include DOI if available.[See page 198 in APA Manual and page 5 from Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers]NOTE: Do not use reference or citation examples found in the library database.
|Robins, H., & Dai, F. (2015). Handoffs in the Postoperative Anesthesia Care Unit: Use of a Checklist for Transfer of Care. AANA Journal, 83(4), 264-268.
|Quotation with Citation: Type a quotation (10–25 words) from the assigned article using the correct APA citation including quotation marks, authors’ names, year, page numbers, and parentheses. Do not use words or ideas the authors cited from another source.[See pages 170-171 and 177 in APA Manual and page 5 from Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers]
|“The use of a checklist during a handoff can help providers correctly exchange information and thereby increase the adequacy of the handoff” (Robins & Dai, 2015, p.268).
|Paraphrased Area and Citation: Type appropriately paraphrased versions of the words quoted in the section above using correct APA citation including authors’ names, year, and parentheses. Do not use words or ideas that the authors cited from another source. [See pages 171 and 177 in APA Manual and page 5 from Chamberlain Guidelines for Writing Professional Papers]
|Using a checklist as a guideline can help providers give a more accurate report to the nurse so that important information is not omitted during handoff (p. 268).
|Professional Paper Outline: Develop an outline on the assigned topic for the professional paper including an introduction, 2 subtopics consistent with each of the two main topics provided, and a conclusion (summary and concluding statements). Excellent specifics were used.
|IntroductionPaper topic is Communication[type definition of the topic in relation to professional nursing here]Communication is the exchange of information, thoughts, and feelings among people using speech or other means. Effective communication occurs when all parties understand the message that is being told. It is the nurse’s responsibility to ensure the message that they are sending to the patient is being received correctly. Also, Communication between medical staff must be conveyed accurately to decrease error and mistreatment. Essential Principles of Communication in Professional Nursing (first main topic)[type required first subtopic here]Communication between nurse and patient[type required second subtopic here]Communication between peersAdvantages of Using a Formulated Checklist for Handoff Communication(second main topic)[type required first subtopic here]Provides a guideline[type required second subtopic here]Reduces errorsConclusion[type summary statement here]It is important for the nurses to communicate with their patient so that the patient is informed and have a good understanding of their personal health. Communication is important across the board. Nurses and need to communicate with other medical staff as well. We must give thorough reports to one another to ensure that the patients are receiving the best care as they deserve. [type concluding statement here]Communication is important between nurses and their patients as well as nurses and other medical providers involved with the patient.