Interview with a mastered prepared informatic nurse

The following post has tWO assignments namely;

1.Interview with a mastered prepared informatic nurse

.Interview (by telephone or in person) a master or doctorally prepared informatics nurse specialist. Summarize the interview in a three to four-page report, including: 2. Identify the degree
of interdisciplinary and interprofessional collaboration the INS has. 3. Identify the INS’ predominant functional areas of practice and how these compare with NI functional areas defined in
the American Nurses Association’s 2015 Nursing Informatics: Scope and Standards of Practice (2nd ed.). 4. Compare what you learned in the interview to what you have read. 5. Provide a
link between nursing theory and nursing informatics roles.

2.Diabetes and Alzheimer’s Disease

1) What is diabetes? type I versus type II?
2) How does diabetes cause atherosclerosis?
3) How are diabetes and atherosclerosis linked to Alzheimer’s disease?
4) Alzheimer’s DisPAse is increasingly being referred to, in a colloquial way, as type Ill

3.Planning and Staffing

Scenario The Sleep Tight! Resort and Conference Center of Albuquerque, N.M. has a staff of over 300 full time employees and 100 seasonal employees in 10 different job categories. For the past
twenty-five years the resort has been run by the Clause family. The Clause family has had experience in running several small motels and were very knowledgeable of the industry. However, while they
tried to treat the employees fairly, Mimi Clause, the Manager, knew nothing of proper HR practices and tended to make arbitrary decisions. She left many of the HR decisions to the employment
department which consisted of a secretary and an employment supervisor who had been a secretary for Mimi’s mother. Eighteen months ago, the family decided to hire Frank Jones as the new Manager of
the resort.
After evaluating the current operations, Frank Jones, decided that the Resort was in fairly good shape except for the lack of standardized Human Resource policies. Very little information existed
to support any of the past employment decisions, especially in the area of selection and performance appraisal. Although Jones does not have any direct experience in HR, he had taken several
courses in HRM while in college.
In the last eighteen months, Jones has encountered several problems. He would like you to: • evaluate the situation and identify the problem; • provide any necessary background information; • make
specific recommendations to resolve the problem; be sure to completely address each part of the issue in each unit. • identify a timetable and method for evaluating your recommendation.