Presentation on theme: "Your Class Jeopardy Your Name Topic Life Earth Space Grab Bag II 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 Physical."— Presentation transcript:
Your Class Jeopardy Your Name Topic
Life Earth Space Grab Bag II Physical 100 Grab Bag Exit
Life 100 Roots Stems and Leaves What are the parts of a plant?
Life 200 Man Eaters What are Carnivores
Life 300 Habitat. What is an organism Home? What is an organism Home?
Life 400 Egg, larva, pupa, adult Egg, larva, pupa, adult What is a four stage insect life cycle? What is a four stage insect life cycle?
Life 500 Require timeliness of reporting and receipt by the caregiver What are critical test results ? What are critical test results ?
Universal Protocol 100 The process during which you confirm correct site, side, procedure, and patient What is Time Out?
Universal Protocol 200 The surgeon or person conducting the procedure does this with an indelible marker What is mark the operative site?
Universal Protocol 300 Ensures that all relevant documents and studies have been reviewed prior to the start of an operative procedure and that they meet the patient and care teams expectations What is the preoperative verification process?
Universal Protocol 400 Nonoperative Site What are sites that should not be marked?
Universal Protocol 500 Venipuncture, peripheral, IV line placement, and Foley catheter insertion What are procedures that do not fall within the scope of the Universal Protocol?
Patient Care 100 This always requires a time limited order What are Restraints?
Patient Care 200 Age, medications, illness What are causes of patient falls?
Patient Care 300 Ambulation and diversionary activities What are two alternatives to restraints?
Patient Care 400 A review of the patients physical, social, and general health status What is an assessment?
Patient Care 500 Leaving siderails up and ensuring that call lights and food trays are within a patients reach What are ways to prevent falls?
General Hospital 100 Lt Col Affleck Who is the Chief of Medical Staff?
General Hospital ,000 What is the number of people who die of medical error each year according to the Institute of Medicine report?
General Hospital 300 Developed the hand hygiene guidelines What is centers for Disease Control and Prevention?
General Hospital 400 An award given by the American Nurses Credentialing Center for satisfying a set of measurements of strength and quality of nursing What is Magnet status?
General Hospital 500 A Boston Globe health reporter who died after a doctor at Dana Farber Cancer Institute accidentally administered her an overdose of anti-cancer medication Who is Betsy Lehman?
Medical Team Training 100 Establish the Leader, Designate Roles and Responsibilities, Communicate Essential Team Information What is Core Team Formation?
Medical Team Training 200 The process of monitoring the actions of other team members and intervening to avoid errors. What is Cross Monitoring?
Medical Team Training 300 The extent to which team members are aware of the status of a particular clinical event, the status of the teams patients, and operational issues impacting the team. What is Situational Awareness?
Medical Team Training 400 Clear, Timely, Complete, Verified What is Effective Communication?
Medical Team Training 500 Transfer of Responsibility and Accountability During Team Transitions What is Hand Off?
Risk Management 100 Any process variation or error that could have resulted in harm to a patient, a visitor, or staff, but through chance or timely intervention, did not reach the individual What is a Near Miss?
Risk Management 200 Form used to report adverse events, or specific events which are inconsistent with routine patient care or MTF operations. What is a Hospital Event Report?
Risk Management 300 Lt Col Hammond Who is the Risk Manager?
Risk Management 400 An original medical record that is removed from the Medical Records main file and kept in a separate area. What is a sequestered record?
Risk Management 500 Unanticipated death or major permanent loss of function, not related to the natural course of the patients illness or underlying medical condition What is a Sentinel Event?