Critical Analysis of Patients Issues

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Critical Analysis
TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11. DEFINING THE ISSUE FACED IN QUEENSLAND HOSPITAL..........................................12. COMPARING AND CONTRASTING OF QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVEAPPROACHES...............................................................................................................................13. CRITICALLY ANALYSIS OF PATIENTS ISSUES................................................................2REFLECTION.................................................................................................................................4CONCLUSION...............................................................................................................................4REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONNurse to patient ratio represents the availability of nurses with respect to the patients. Theorganisation should maintain the minimum count of the nursing staff in order to provide servicesto the patients (Stalpers, de Brouwer, Kaljouw and Schuurmans, 2015). The critical analysis isbased on the mandated nurse to long-suffering ratio in Queensland hospital for improving thepatients’ outcomes. It also describes complete introduction of the study and comparative analysisof qualitative and quantitative approach. It ex explaining the use of these approaches forhandling nurses and patient’s issues. At last, reflection is also presented in the report to presentshe personal point of view related to this issue.1. DEFINING THE ISSUE FACED IN QUEENSLAND HOSPITALThis report analyses the issues related to the availability of minimum nurse to patientratio of the Queensland hospital. Maintaining balance between nursing staff and patients is thefundamental activity of the hospital administration (Shekelle, 2013). This helps the organisationin providing effective and promising medical treatment to the patients. Providing propereffective treatment supports the organisation in maintaining trust among people. It is also usefulto divide the work pressure in different nursing staff so that they can give proper attention totheir patients. The present scenario described thatallocating nurses in a right ward helps tominimize the work load.There are various kinds of issues which are faced by the hospital suchas providing wrong tablets, ignorance and rude behaviour by nurses to their patients, etc. whichput a negative impact on their performance. Hence, it is essential for the hospital to managenurses’ responsibilities properly. It helps in reducing the work load and maintaining quality ofservices. Along with this minimises ignorance made by nurse staff towards their patients.2. COMPARING AND CONTRASTING OF QUALITATIVE ANDQUANTITATIVE APPROACHESQualitative Approach:It is a method which mainly focus on in-depth information used todevelop a theory or hypotheses. It is useful to describe the problems or conditions which arefaced by the researcher while making a research. Furthermore, while making a qualitativeresearch, no statistical data are used and it is totally based on skills or knowledge for reliabilityand validity of the information (Neuraz, and et.al., 2015). Hence, it can be said that qualitativeapproach helps to provide a complete knowledge of particular issues which are collected on the1
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