The nurse is visiting a 78-year-old client in the home. The client has type 1 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and osteoarthritis in both knees. The client’s sight is moderately impaired despite the use of eyeglasses. The client’s medication regimen includes Humulin insulin 70/30 (combination insulins) 35 units subcutaneously in the morning, lisinopril (Zestril) 5 mg by mouth daily, and nabumetone (Relafen) 500 mg by mouth twice daily.
What are 2 important medication safety issues the nurse will assess in the client?
What measures can the nurse suggest to the client to ensure accuracy and compliance with the medication regimen?
The client reports feeling “dizzy” at times. How will the nurse evaluate this concern?
Moravscik differentiated his ‘intergovernmental institutionalism’ by stressing the importance of ‘domestic politics’ in influencing the changing interests of states (1991:48) (Cram, 2003) EU ROLE IN INT ARENA In the international community, the European Union has a significant role.Global and domestic conditions pave the way for a setting in which the European Commission could exercise policy entrepreneurship, mobilizing a multinational coalition in favor of the integrated internal market’ Apart from that how we can describe the desires, characteristics, and the limits of the EU. Therefore, we may check on the Europe’s grand strategy: A Secure Europe in a Better World: Europe’s Security Strategy accepted in 2003. To have a strategy help to be aware of the gap between the wishes and the capabilities. In the present day, universal values, international norms have been produced from western sources. The modernization concept stemmed from to be like western state or to have western values. The norm is interpreted as ‘a standard of appropriate behaviour for actors with a given identity’ (Finnemore & Sikkink, 1998) Taking off that since the beginning of the twentieth century to today, firstly the United State with the Woodrow Wilson’ policies. Then stated by the Postel-Vinay, “The European Union as a normative power is linked to a representation of the world that is shaped by both globalism and regionalism … after the fall of the Berlin Wall…” (Postel-Vinay, 2008) European Community and national programmes in third countries operate in parallel, often only loosely co-ordinated, promoting democracy, human rights, judicial or educational reform, technical or economic development (Wallace, 2007) The fact that in a changed setting no EU member state is big enough alone to make much of a difference in the world, and that all long-term strategy would be best conducted in accord with other member states, has very little real-world impact.>GET ANSWER