The nurse is caring for a client with advanced heart failure and cardiomyopathy. The nurse understands that involving nursing, nutritional services, cardiology, and pharmacy in the client’s care team is an example of which approach?
The multidisciplinary approach engages members from a diverse group of health care teams to provide an individualized and comprehensive approach to treatment and management of a given disease or condition. Peer review involves evaluating and giving constructive feedback on nursing care. Team nursing involves caring for a group of clients on a floor or in a specialty care unit. Community nursing involves caring for a group of clients within a particular community. These clients may be seen in health departments and clinics, and often have limited money and resources with which to manage their health.