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La matriz de los valientes

La matriz de los valientes | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Por Rubén Alzola “Lo que importa más nunca debe estar a merced de lo que importa menos” Goethe Existe un método de toma de decisiones que resulta muy interesante para los sistemas de productividad.…”
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Las 12 leyes de la negociación. Actitudes, estrategias y trampas.

Las 12 leyes de la negociación. Actitudes, estrategias y trampas. | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Dedicado a divulgar los mejores conocimientos y prácticas de administración de las organizaciones y empresas.”
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Por David Alayón.
Alfred Font Barrot inicia el libro con un ejemplo del cuento de las dos hermanas y la naranja. Se trata de una historia que sale repetidamente en publicaciones sobre negociación y trata de dos hermanas se pelean por una naranja.
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Geniales juguetes STEM para aprender y divertirse

Geniales juguetes STEM para aprender y divertirse | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Los juguetes STEM son aquellos enfocados en estimular el desarrollo de habilidades en áreas de ciencia y tecnología. Hicimos una pequeña selección de ellos”
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Social Media and Healthcare Professionals

Social Media and Healthcare Professionals | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it

In addition to social media management and corporate training, red balloon specializes in training health care professionals to avoid HIPPA violations in their personal use of social media. The Institute for Health found, that only 1/3 of health care organizations have documented social media guidelines. Compared to the fact that so many adults are using social media, 3/4 of adult internet users alone, have a Facebook account. This includes your doctors, and your nurses, and your administrative staff. This means it’s imperative that there are guidelines in place when it comes to social media and healthcare professionals.

Guidelines for Social Media and Healthcare Professionals

You want to make sure guidelines are getting reviewed on a regular basis. Social media changes quickly and it can change daily. Your guidelines need to keep up with how people are using social media and new platforms. For example, when live streaming started, it added a new dimension to that training. In addition to having documented guidelines, it’s important to offer that training in an interactive atmosphere. During new hire orientation and offering refreshers, really helps that information to stick and for them to retain it.

Anonymity Online Doesn’t Exist

We recommend never posting anonymously because there is no such thing as anonymity online. It’s very easy to find out who you are and if you can’t stand by it, don’t post it. Something about posting anonymously emboldens us to say and do things we normally wouldn’t, so just don’t do it. Another thing we always advise against is, talking about any individual patient. HIPAA guidelines cannot possibly define every piece of protected health information that could be used to identify a patient. Your best bet, is to just stay away from posting about any individual patient.

Mobile Device Guidelines in Patient Areas

Make sure that you address using mobile devices in patient areas and valid consent. This includes; not using your mobile phone to take pictures, or to text, or to take videos around your patients, and never think that an innocent selfie with a patient is acceptable. Verbal consent is not valid consent. The only form of valid consent for developing media with patients, would be written consent, in an agreement with administration. Selfies might be a totally normal fun part of day-to-day life for most people, but they can be dangerous for healthcare professionals.


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The Access Model: A 1:1 Framework For Teaching With Technology

The Access Model: A 1:1 Framework For Teaching With Technology | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ The Access Model: A 1:1 Framework For Teaching With Technology”
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Daniela Raffo's curator insight, June 22, 2017 9:32 AM
otra interesante joyita para la aplicacion de la tecnologia en la educacion
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#Recomiendo #Liderazgo 7 FUENTES COMUNES DE LA FRUSTRACIÓN - en @INED21

#Recomiendo #Liderazgo 7 FUENTES COMUNES DE LA FRUSTRACIÓN - en @INED21 | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it

El liderazgo, a menudo, nace de la frustración. El resultado de una profunda insatisfacción de cómo vemos qué son las cosas y un generamos un deseo ardiente de promover el cambio.


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The Emotional Toll of Dementia Caregiving - Home Care Assistance

The Emotional Toll of Dementia Caregiving - Home Care Assistance | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ We know that caregivers can suffer emotionally, mentally and physically from the rigors of caring for a loved one with dementia, but the emotional toll of it often goes unmentioned. For the roughly 5.5M Americans that have dementia, their illness actually costs more to treat ($259B) than cancer ($77B) and heart disease ($102B) combined. But behind these numbers is a hidden – and very real – human cost to the family caregivers who help those with dementia go about their days. Given that one in four adults serve as a caregiver for a loved one with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia it is easy to see that this issue has serious implications for the country as a whole. That’s why we conducted a national study with 670 family caregivers to find what this emotional cost actually equates to. Some of the more interesting findings were: Caregiver burnout is very real: Dementia caregivers were seven times more likely to experience physical, emotional and mental exhaustion from caregiving than those who do not care for loved ones with dementia. Also, they were three times more likely to feel extreme stress from their caregiving responsibilities. Given that one in four family members care for loved ones with dementia, this rate of burnout poses a very real danger to the sustainability of caregiving at the family level.Caregivers reported high levels of stress from two separate sources.1. Watching their loved one decline. Thirty-eight percent of survey participants reported that as the disease steals away their loved one, it causes them high levels of stress. Dementia, especially Alzheimer’s disease, causes a long, slow deterioration of mental and physical capacity. Watching this is painful and takes an enormous toll on caregivers who must try to remain positive and upbeat while caring for a loved one who is declining before their very eyes.2. Juggling work and caregiving responsibilities. Thirty-eight percent of survey respondents said that the stress from juggling work and caregiving responsibilities is a heavy burden. Caregiving responsibilities can interrupt work on a daily basis, cause lost hours and days on the job and in some cases cause lost promotions and wages. In fact, a study conducted recently at Stanford underscores this, stating that women are at higher risk “for lowering or exiting” their career trajectory owing to caregiver demands. Even though they do not comprise the majority of dementia caregivers, men report that they feel the work/caregiver pressure more acutely than women. Our survey showed that men were 21 percent more likely to feel stressed from juggling work and caregiving responsibilities.Women bear the brunt of caregiving: For anyone who has tried to balance the multiple demands of raising children, caring for elderly parents and holding down a job, it may come as no surprise that women feel more guilt in their caregiving duties than men. Our survey showed that women are twice as likely to feel extreme guilt for not tending to their own family and children while serving as a caregiver. In fact, women who care for a loved one with dementia were 61 percent more likely to feel extreme guilt than those caring for family members without dementia. This may provide insight into the enormous commitment necessary to care for the ever-escalating needs of those suffering with dementia. The results of our survey indicate a real need for better planning, increased education into respite services, and more workplace programs for family caregivers. The toll that caregiving exacts on those caring for loved ones with dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, deserves national attention and innovative solutions. Professional at-home caregivers who are specifically trained to work with those who suffer from dementia and Alzheimer’s disease present a significant solution to the problem. Understanding the challenges of dementia caregiving are is one challenge; on the other end of the spectrum is learning how to become resilient from caregiver burnout. Either way, employers in the private, public and nonprofit sectors need to be aware of this issue, become sensitive to caregiver burnout and make accommodations to support employees who are struggling to balance work, life and caregiving duties. ”
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4 Mistakes Businesses Make When Managing Health Care Expenses

4 Mistakes Businesses Make When Managing Health Care Expenses | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“When it comes to healthcare spending, employers often remain uninformed, place blind trust in the wrong places and follow outdated methodology… at the expense of their own bottom line.”
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4 Mistakes Businesses Make When Managing Health Care Expenses

 

Good article for certified case managers regarding healthcare expenses

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#HR What to Do When You Inherit a Team That Isn’t Working Hard Enough

#HR What to Do When You Inherit a Team That Isn’t Working Hard Enough | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it

Paula is a new manager. That’s the good news. The bad news is that she was handed a leaky bag. The branch she will now manage has some long-standing norms she sees as unproductive and possibly unethical. Staff members routinely spend working hours on personal projects. Employees neglect customers to take extended lunch breaks. In addition, Paula’s predecessor routinely rated everyone a “5” on a five-point scale, but she was struggling to find a single “5” in the entire group. As the individual and group performance picture became clear to Paula, she began to pine for the simplicity of her life as an individual contributor.


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Manual herramientas 2.0 en Enfermedad Inflamatoria Intestinal

Manual herramientas 2.0 en Enfermedad Inflamatoria Intestinal | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ En Octubre de 2015 tuve la oportunidad de participar en la VII Reunión Nacional de GETEII. Como dice el amigo Alex, nada es por casualidad, y debido a un cambio fortuito de programa se me brindó la oportunidad de participar en la reunión.”
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Evolución histórica de los Modelos de Toma de Decisiones II.

Evolución histórica de los Modelos de Toma de Decisiones II. | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Dedicado a divulgar los mejores conocimientos y prácticas de administración de las organizaciones y empresas. ”

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Manuel Gross's curator insight, May 22, 2017 6:14 PM
Por Daniel Barreto. El modelo político de decisión, se caracteriza por su contenido empírico y su énfasis en lo descriptivo. ¿Cómo se toman las decisiones en la realidad? sus teóricos critican al modelo racional, y lo consideran como no aplicable en la realidad.
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Sandwich Generation Tips for Caregivers

Sandwich Generation Tips for Caregivers | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Setting realistic goals, taking time for self, and asking for help are 3 tips that Elizz offers family caregivers who are living in the sandwich generation.”
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Marco Teórico: ¿Qué es y cómo elaborarlo?

Marco Teórico: ¿Qué es y cómo elaborarlo? | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“El marco teórico, a veces conocido como el capítulo II de una tesis, es el pilar fundamental de cualquier investigación. Aquí te enseñamos a redactarlo!”
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To Be a Great Leader, You Have to Learn How to Delegate Well

To Be a Great Leader, You Have to Learn How to Delegate Well | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it

One of the most difficult transitions for leaders to make is the shift from doing to leading. As a new manager you can get away with holding on to work. Peers and bosses may even admire your willingness to keep “rolling up your sleeves” to execute tactical assignments. But as your responsibilities become more complex, the difference between an effective leader and a super-sized individual contributor with a leader’s title is painfully evident.

In the short term you may have the stamina to get up earlier, stay later, and out-work the demands you face. But the inverse equation of shrinking resources and increasing demands will eventually catch up to you, and at that point how you involve others sets the ceiling of your leadership impact. The upper limit of what’s possible will increase only with each collaborator you empower to contribute their best work to your shared priorities. Likewise, your power decreases with every initiative you unnecessarily hold on to.


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The Learning Factor's curator insight, October 10, 2017 5:39 PM

Focus on the big picture, not just the execution.

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Moving from individual contributor to a manager is tricky and delegating I believe is the hardest part. You never really want to fully let go - but if you don't you will struggle to empower your people. Nice little article for you. If you are a podcast fan like me then check out Manager Tools by Mark Horstman (he's an ex recruiter amongst other things) and has a great podcast on Delegation Skills and juggling those glass and rubber balls. Check it out - it will put everything into perspective. 

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Ser demasiado resiliente es tan malo como un parásito resistente

Ser demasiado resiliente es tan malo como un parásito resistente | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ La excesiva resiliencia puede conducir a objetivos inalcanzables y a tolerar lo intolerable ”

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El secreto para tomar buenas decisiones

El secreto para tomar buenas decisiones | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ La regla de oro, 10-10-10, para acertar cuando tenemos dudas sobre qué hacer”
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Why Do Healthcare Professionals Find Social Media Useful?

Why Do Healthcare Professionals Find Social Media Useful? | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it

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rob halkes's curator insight, June 10, 2016 7:08 AM

Nice Overview: WHy do healthcare professionals find social media useful!

Art Jones's curator insight, March 13, 2017 4:02 PM

60% of doctors say social media improves the quality of care delivered to patients. (source: Demi & Cooper Advertising and DC Interactive Group) . How are you using social media?

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Herramienta online gratuita para generar análisis y matriz DAFO - FODA - SWOT

Herramienta online gratuita para generar análisis y matriz DAFO - FODA - SWOT | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“Software gratuito para análisis SWOT DAFO FODA”
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Captar y retener el talento: el salario emocional

Captar y retener el talento: el salario emocional | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Nuestros amigos de Flexiworking siempre hacen hincapié en que los empleados de hoy en día, los más talentosos y los que realmente están comprometidos con su”
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Medical Alert Systems: Switch Adapted Options

Medical Alert Systems: Switch Adapted Options | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Many individuals of all ages require some type of Medical Alert Systems that can alert friends, family, caregivers or even local emergency services outside the home when they need help. But what if…”
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Paciente experto, empowerment y web 2.0

Paciente experto, empowerment y web 2.0 | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it

El lunes día 12 se celebraron en el Hospital La Fe las jornadas "El paciente experto e su farmacoterapia. ¿Nos movemos?". En la primera mesa redonda, se estuvo debatiendo el concepto de empoderamiento y el uso de herramientas digitales para empoderar al paciente con dos expertos de lujo: Emilio Monte y José Francisco Ávila.


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Apps de salud y mhealth: ideas y evidencia para mejorar

Apps de salud y mhealth: ideas y evidencia para mejorar | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Algunas sociedades empiezan a ponerse las pilas en todo lo relacionado con la mhealth y el uso de apps y wearables para la mejora de la salud. Hoy os traemos varios casos muy interesantes: 1. La American Medical Association publicó recientemente unos principios básicos para promover la efectividad y seguridad de las apps. Entre otros principios, destacan el uso de la evidencia para el diseño, apps centradas en el paciente, portabilidad e interoperabilidad de los datos recogidos, cumplimiento de la normativa de servicios sanitarios. 2. La Sociedad Española de Diabetes lanzó su decálogo sobre la utilización de apps en diabetes para profesionales y para pacientes. Está disponible en este enlace. ”
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Evolución histórica de los Modelos de Toma de Decisiones I.

Evolución histórica de los Modelos de Toma de Decisiones I. | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“ Dedicado a divulgar los mejores conocimientos y prácticas de administración de las organizaciones y empresas.”
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Manuel Gross's curator insight, May 22, 2017 12:08 PM
Por Daniel Barreto. No es precisamente en Inglaterra donde se formaliza y sistematiza el estudio de la Administración como una ciencia, aunque se destacan los enfoques economicistas, sino más bien en los Estados Unidos de Norteamérica.
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​​​​​​​Effective nurse executives embrace tech, collaboration 

​​​​​​​Effective nurse executives embrace tech, collaboration  | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“Nurses who want to step into a leadership role must become competent in five areas to better collaborate with peers and push for more innovation.”
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Henry Hansch III's curator insight, March 20, 2017 9:37 PM

The five competencies of a highly effective nurse…

 

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A Nurse’s World: ‘I don’t like a lot of my patients’

A Nurse’s World: ‘I don’t like a lot of my patients’ | Gestión de Enfermería | Scoop.it
“In a continuing column, our undercover nurse works shifts in a private hospital ”
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