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3. Using
information
technology in
nursing in
nursing care
delivery system.

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3.2.6 Risk management


Introduction

Risk management is the


identification, assessment,
and prioritization of risks

(defined in ISO 31000 as

the effect of uncertainty on


objectives) followed by

coordinated and economical


application of resources to
minimize, monitor, and
control the probability

and/or impact of unfortunate


events or to maximize the

realization of opportunities.
Risk managements

objective is to assure
uncertainty does not deviate
the endeavor from the

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business goals.

Risks can come from


different ways e.g.

uncertainty in financial
markets, threats from project
failures (at any phase in
design, development,

production, or sustainment
life-cycles), legal liabilities,

credit risk, accidents, natural


causes and disasters as well
as deliberate attack from an
adversary, or events of

uncertain or unpredictable
root-cause. There are two

types of events i.e. negative


events can be classified as

risks while positive events


are classified as

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opportunities. Several risk

management standards have


been developed including
the Project Management
Institute, the National

Institute of Standards and


Technology, actuarial
societies, and ISO

standards.Methods,

definitions and goals vary


widely according to whether

the risk management method


is in the context of project
management, security,
engineering, industrial
processes, financial

portfolios, actuarial

assessments, or public
health and safety.

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Method

For the most part, these


methods consist of the
following elements,

performed, more or less, in


the following order.

1.identify, characterize
threats

4.2.4 Conflict management


Introduction

Conflict management is the


process of limiting the

negative aspects of conflict

while increasing the positive


aspects of conflict. The aim

of conflict management is to
enhance learning and group
outcomes, including

effectiveness or performance

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in organizational setting.
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Alternative dispute
resolutions

Alternative dispute

resolution (ADR; known in


some countries, such as

Australia as external dispute


resolution) includes dispute
resolution processes and
techniques that act as a
means for disagreeing
parties to come to an

agreement short of litigation.


It is a collective term for
the ways that parties can
settle disputes, with (or

without) the help of a third


party.

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Conclusion

It's important to remember

that there are many

strategies we can use in


conflict situations, but each

of us tends to habitually use


some strategies more often
than others. To most

effectively resolve a conflict,


we should use the strategy

that is most appropriate for


that particular conflict

situation. However, that

strategy might not be the


strategy that we habitually
use.

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