Mr. Harry Roost is a 78-year old male being discharge after a fracture of his right tibia and fibula. He has a long
leg cast that he will need to wear for the next 8 weeks. The nurses have observed him using a hanger to
scratch the skin under the cast. The nurses have reminded him each time that he is not to put anything down
his cast. He also sits on the side of the bed for long periods with his leg in a dependent position. He also gets
up to go to the bathroom without calling for help. The staff have observed him hopping to the bathroom without
using his crutches.
Develop a care map for Mr. Roost using the template directly after these instructions. Include information
important for his discharge home. For this assignment, include the following: assessment and data collection
(including disease process, common labwork/diagnostics, subjective, objective, and health history data), three
NANDA-I approved nursing diagnosis, one SMART(specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, time-oriented)
goal for each nursing diagnosis, and two nursing interventions with rationale for each SMART goal for a client
with a musculoskeletal disorder.
inally, the HRM is responsible in managing implementation of change. Change may be in terms of process, organizational structure, systems and culture among others. Changes are the inevitable twists that affect the normal and known paths through which an organization operates. Some of the aforementioned twists arise internally from the organization’s need to achieve new status. Others are externally experienced due to the shifts in the business environment. The issues aforementioned under the discussion are achieved through the functions of the HRM office. Functions of HRM Generally, HRM management can be subdivided into three interlinked phases. The practice functions include recruiting qualified human resources, managing the employees in the working environment as well as preparing and enforcing exit of the employees from the organization. The process of recruiting employees arises from the organization’s need to properly position itself in the economy. Ideally, recruitment should follow an order closest to; vacancy advertisement, selection of potential candidates, interviewing and contracting the successful candidate(s). Once in the organization, new employees are inducted and trained. It is during work performance that issues such as motivation, compensation development, disciplinary actions, performance appraisals, career planning / development, counseling, talent management, safety management and staff communication are conducted (Gold & Bratton, 2001). The employees continuously offer their service to the organization under the existing HRM measures until they exit. Exit may result from retrenchment, obsolescence, retiring, resignation or termination of employment. The HRM at this phase has a responsibility to counsel and prepare the exiting emplo>GET ANSWER