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M6 13-005

Exam 18: Role of the M6

Role of the 68WM6 Soldier. NCO. Supervisor/manager. Trainer. Counselor. Care provider.
Responsibilities of the M6 Emergency medical treatment. nursing Care. management/administrative tasks. Supply and equipment. Teaching. Personnel management. Field Sanitation. Preventive medicine. Safety. Training. Hospital Administration tasks.
What is the primary responsibility of the 68WM6? To ensure successful accomplishment of the mission.
Leadership Getting others to want to do something you are convinced has to be done. Have a vision.
Qualities of a M6 Emotionally mature Open minded/willing to listen Fair Consistent Responsible Courageous Excellent problem solving skills Excellent clinical skills Critical thinker Sensitive as well as objective Flexible Sense of humor
Leadership Styles Autocratic Democratic Laissez-Faire Situational
Leader Responsibilities Assist and guide members. Supervise members. Understand condition and goals for each patient. Monitor progress.
Which leadership style best describes a leader that takes total control of each situation? Autocratic leadership
Team Nursing Patient care accomplished by specific group of nurses and allied health care workers. Team composition. Comprehensive, holistic care. Requires cooperation.
Today’s situation of the M6 Developed to reduce clinical variance by adopting validated best practices to improve care. Critical dual role as enabler of AMEDD’s Culture of Trust and as foundation for transition from “healthcare system to a system of health.”
PCTS facilitates AMEDD’s transition from a “healthcare system to a system of health” An enabler of AMEDD’s Culture of Trust. Increases the value of care we provide.
An enabler of AMEDD’s Culture of Trust Focuses on the patient Promotes communication and teamwork Encourages multi-disciplinary collaboration
Increases the value of care we provide Improves patient outcomes Reduces the cost of care we provide
Relationship Based Practice (Theory behind the model) Relationship with your patients (Lead RN and Care Teams). Relationship with your co-workers (Professional Code of Conduct, Commitment to My Co-Workers). Relationship with yourself (self care and personal skill development).
PCTS Elements and Organization Principles: Element #1 Patient Advocacy: Focuses on relationship between Lead RN, Nursing Care Team, and patient/family.
PCTS Elements and Organization Principles: Element #2 Enhanced Communication: Focuses on relationship between effective communication, successful teamwork and patient safety. Effective communication required to address and meet patient/family goals.
PCTS Elements and Organization Principles: Element #3 Focuses on integrating best available scientific evidence into delivery of patient care.
Created by: jtzuetrong