Synergy for Clinical Excellence : The AACN Synergy Model for Patient Care

Synergy for Clinical Excellence : The AACN Synergy Model for Patient Care

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An essential reference for nursing students in developing and implementing the competencies necessary in caring for critically ill patients! Synergy for Clinical Excellence: The AACN Synergy Model for Patient Care enhances the understanding of The Synergy Model in practice. Based on a decade of work by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, the text encompasses the history and development of the nurse and patient characteristic inherent in The Synergy Model, and then thoroughly addresses each characteristic individually and applies the model in practice. Includes sample test questions relevant to the model that will assist nursing students in preparing for certification through AACN, and provide further examples of the integration of the Synergy Model in practice.

Table of Contents

Foreword                                           xi
Preface xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Contributors xvii
Section I Introduction 1 (10)
Introduction to the AACN Synergy Model for 3 (8)
Patient Care
Sonya R. Hardin
Introduction 3 (8)
Section II Patient Characteristics 11 (44)
Resiliency 13 (6)
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 13 (1)
Definition 14 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 15 (4)
Synergy Model
Vulnerability 19 (4)
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 19 (1)
Definition 20 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 21 (2)
Synergy Model
Stability 23 (4)
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 23 (1)
Definition 23 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 24 (3)
Synergy Model
Complexity 27 (6)
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 27 (1)
Definition 28 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 29 (4)
Synergy Model
Resource Availability 33 (4)
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 33 (1)
Definition 34 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 35 (2)
Synergy Model
Participation in Care 37 (6)
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 37 (1)
Definition 38 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 39 (4)
Synergy Model
Participation in Decision Making 43 (6)
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 43 (2)
Definition 45 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 46 (3)
Synergy Model
Predictability 49 (6)
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 49 (2)
Definition 51 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 52 (3)
Synergy Model
Section III Nurse Characteristics 55 (54)
Clinical Judgment 57 (6)
Sonya R. Hardin
Daphne Stannard
Introduction 57 (1)
Clinical Judgment 57 (2)
Expert Clinical Judgment 58 (1)
Competency for Evaluating Clinical 58 (1)
Judgment
Definition 59 (2)
Application of the Case Study to the 61 (2)
Synergy Model
Advocacy/Moral Agency 63 (6)
Daphne Stannard
Sonya R. Hardin
Introduction 63 (1)
Competency of Advocacy 64 (1)
Definition 64 (2)
Application of the Case Study to the 66 (3)
Synergy Model
Caring Practices 69 (6)
Sonya R. Hardin
Introduction 69 (1)
Caring Practices 69 (1)
Caring Skills 69 (1)
Caring in Nursing 70 (1)
Competency for Evaluating Caring Practices 71 (1)
Definition 71 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 72 (3)
Synergy Model
Collaboration 75 (8)
Sonya R. Hardin
Introduction 75 (1)
Communication Skills 76 (1)
Collaborating in Nursing 77 (1)
Competency for Evaluating Collaboration 78 (1)
Definition 78 (3)
Application of the Case Study to the 81 (2)
Synergy Model
Systems Thinking 83 (8)
Sonya R. Hardin
Introduction 83 (3)
Casual Loops 84 (1)
Archetypes 85 (1)
System Modeling 85 (1)
Definition 86 (2)
Application of the Case Study to the 88 (3)
Synergy Model
Response to Diversity 91 (6)
Sonya R. Hardin
Introduction 91 (1)
Response to Diversity Skills 91 (1)
Competency for Evaluating Response to 92 (1)
Diversity
Definition 93 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 94 (3)
Synergy Model
Clinical Inquiry 97 (6)
Sonya R. Hardin
Introduction 97 (1)
Clinical Inquiry Skills 97 (1)
Competency for Evaluating Clinical Inquiry 98 (1)
Definition 98 (2)
Application of the Case Study to the 100 (3)
Synergy Model
Facilitator of Learning 103 (6)
Sonya R. Hardin
Introduction 103 (1)
Theories of Learning 103 (1)
Facilitator of Learning in Nursing 104 (1)
Competency for Evaluating Facilitator of 104 (1)
Learning
Definition 105 (1)
Application of the Case Study to the 106 (3)
Synergy Model
Section IV Sample Questions of the AACN 109 (118)
Synergy Model
The Acutely and Critically Ill Adult 111 (24)
Patient Sample Questions
Michael W. Day
Introduction 111 (1)
Scenario 1 111 (1)
Scenario 2 112 (1)
Scenario 3 113 (1)
Scenario 4 114 (1)
Scenario 5 115 (1)
Scenario 6 116 (1)
Scenario 7 117 (1)
Answer Key and Rationales to Acutely and 118 (17)
Critically Ill Adult Patient Sample
Questions
The Acutely and Critically III Pediatric 135 (20)
Patient Sample Questions
Deborah L. Bingaman
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 135 (1)
Scenario 1 136 (3)
Scenario 2 139 (1)
Scenario 3 140 (1)
Answer Key and Rationales to Acutely and 141 (14)
Critically III Pediatric Patient Sample
Questions
The Acutely and Critically III Neonatal 155 (14)
Patient Sample Questions
Beth C. Diehl-Svrjcek
Introduction 155 (6)
Answer Key and Rationales to Acutely and 161 (8)
Critically III Neonatal Patient Sample
Questions
Advanced Practice Sample Questions: Adult 169 (20)
Nurse Practitioner
Darla Ura
Linda L. Steele
Introduction 169 (1)
Scenario 1 169 (1)
Scenario 2 170 (1)
Scenario 3 171 (2)
Scenario 4 173 (1)
Scenario 5 174 (1)
Answer Key and Rationales to Advanced 175 (14)
Practice Sample Questions: Adult Nurse
Practitioner
Advanced Practice Sample Questions: 189 (20)
Clinical Nurse Specialist
Roberta Kaplow
Introduction 189 (1)
Scenario 1 190 (5)
Answer Key and Rationales to Advanced 195 (14)
Practice Sample Questions: Clinical Nurse
Specialist
The Care of the Acutely and Critically III 209 (18)
Adult Patient in the Progressive Care Unit
Sample Questions
Marthe J. Moseley
Introduction 209 (6)
Answer Key and Rationales to the Care of 215 (12)
the Acutely and Critically III Adult
Patient in the PCU Sample Questions
Glossary 227 (2)
Index 229