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Welcome to the Hospital of Ethics


Brittany Engelland

on 27 June 2014

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Transcript of Welcome to the Hospital of Ethics

William Beaumont Army Medical Center
Let's check in at the nurse's station on the 9th Medical Floor and see how
The Patient Caring Touch System
is being implemented for Care Teams
Enhanced Communication
Capability Building
Let's take the elevator to the
3rd Floor- Emergency Room
Evidence Based Practice
Let's take the stairs to the 4th Floor- ICU
On our way to the
Labor & Delivery Unit
Welcome to Fort Bliss!
Mission &
Goals & Objectives:
1. Explain the Mission and Vision of
William Beaumont
2. Define Patient Caring Touch
System (PCTS)
3. Analyze the 'Care Team'
dimension of the PCTS
4. Describe the purpose of the Care
5. Evaluate the effectiveness of the
Care Team from our stand point
6. Discuss ways to enhance and
improve upon this system
Objective 1
Obejctive 2: Define The Patient Caring Touch System
Thank you Ladies and Gentlemen for your valuable time and patience,
it is greatly appreciated!
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Objective 4:
The Purpose of the Care Team
Objective 3: The Care Team
Objective 5: Evaluate the Effectiveness of the Care Team
Objective 6: Discuss ways to
enhance & improve upon the
Patient Caring Touch System
Healthy Work Environments
- Healthcare is
- Definition
- Why Care
- Understanding
of the ‘care

Patient Advocacy
The Survey Results
Task & Purpose
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