Nursing Papers

  • Nursing Beyond Simple Thinking

    1615 words, 7 pages

    Many think that to be a nurse, all you are required to do is to care for the patient until returned to a complete physical health…this is the thought of a simple thinker. However, to a critical thinker a nurse provides more than just physical bedside care. As a nurse, we are to provide a happy, hygienic and comfortable place of rest to encourage a speedy return to complete holistic health. Critical thinking is a skill that takes years to develop and appreciate, and even longer to recognise, but it is something that will stick with you for life and will no doubt make you a much more interesting

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    Reflection

    1725 words, 7 pages

    `Discuss the contribution of reflective practice for clinical nursing'. The purpose of this assignment is to discuss the contribution of reflective practice for clinical nursing. Reflection has been defined as a way for individuals to “capture their experience, think about it, mull it over and evaluate” (Boud et al 1985: 19) Argyris and Schon (1974) suggest that practitioners often practice at less than effective levels because they follow routine. Johns (1995) implies that action can be taken through reflection to increase effectiveness in practice as reflection provides opportunities fo

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    The Not So Golden Years

    1565 words, 7 pages

    At a first glance, walking into a nursing home makes one wonder why there is such a negative stigma placed on the term. A typical scene usually involves walking into a roomy, well lit lobby leading into one or more long hallways. Residents are scattered about, a few in front of the big screen T.V. watching a movie, another few may be in a reading group, led by someone going over the daily newspaper. Aides can be seen moving busily about, pushing residents in their wheelchairs and bustling to answer a handful of call lights. The nurses move about greeting visitors, and giving residents their

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    Midwifery History

    1440 words, 6 pages

    Throughout history, women's roles as care givers, healers, and nurturers have been evidenced in the practice of midwifery. "From time immemorial women have helped each other in child-birth, midwives have been recorded from the beginning of history. In the ancient world, childbirth was regarded as a female 'mystery,' of which women alone had special knowledge and understanding, and which was presided over by female deities ... to whom pregnant women prayed for safe deliverance in their travail" (Donnison, 1997). Midwifery came to the United States with the earliest s

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    The Importance Of Communication In Nursing

    3271 words, 14 pages

    The aim of this assignment is to demonstrate knowledge, understanding and the importance of communication within nursing by relating it to an example from clinical practice. The clinical practice example is based in a healthcare setting on a hospital ward (appendix 1). With reference to The Code of Professional Conduct (NMC, 2008), confidentiality will be observed throughout, therefore the patient’s details have been changed to Mr Jones. The example will demonstrate the achievement of two clinical competencies from the clinical practice assessment in the domain of care delivery (see appendi

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    Nursing Labor Market For The State Of Kansas

    1144 words, 5 pages

    The nurse labor market comprises all employers of Registered Nurses (RNs): hospitals, home care agencies, long-term care facilities, clinics and physician offices, schools, etc. Total Full-time Equivalent (FTE) RN employment in the nurse labor market in the United States has been growing steadily for many decades. Recently, FTE RN employment grew from an estimated 1,987,389 in 2001 to 2,073,283 in 2002, an increase of nearly 86,000 FTE RNs. The 2002 Legislature authorized Senate Bill 509 requiring the Director of the Division of Personnel Services to conduct a classification and j

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    Organizations

    1286 words, 6 pages

    To meet the changing environmental requirements, all the organizations must develop their personnel. However, all the organizations are not similar in their ways of developing the personnel. Some organizations are proactive in their actions and some are reactive in their actions towards the environmental changes. Some organizations do not even react to these changes. The organizations that are proactive are able to gear their human resources and face the environmental threats that are likely to be posed. These types of organizations engage themselves in a process of continuous learning and are

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    Reflection

    2026 words, 9 pages

    Programme: BNurs Hons Cohort: September 2008 Study Skills: NURS 10231 Student ID Number: 7138497 Word Count: 1280 Discuss the contribution of reflective practice to clinical nursing. Introduction The aim of this assignment is to discuss, meaning to give an account of and consider evidence for and against, the contribution of reflective practice in clinical nursing. This will be achieved by examining John’s model of reflection (1990) and Gibbs reflective cycle (1988), discussing how they are utilized in clinical practice and considering the di

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    Importance Of Communication In Nursing

    1328 words, 6 pages

    “Communication is the process by which information, meanings and feelings are shared by persons through the exchange of verbal and non-verbal messages.” (Brooks and Heath 1985) Communication is an essential skill that should be integrated into the nursing profession at all times. It is a reciprocal process, between a nurse and a number of other individuals including professionals who are part of the multi disciplinary team, patients, families of patients and other members of the public. There are various methods of communication; the most common interpretation tends to be verbal communicatio

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    Health Promotion In Nursing

    1943 words, 8 pages

    Nursing Care Study. The aim of this assignment is to explore the assessment, implementation, planning and also the evaluation of nursing care using a model of nursing, Roper Logan and Tierney. Throughout this assignment I will be focusing on the specific care given to an elderly gentleman who had a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube in situ as a result of a transient ischemic attack (TIA). In this assignment I will also briefly discuss social and medical history and look at the resident’s current situation with an in depth nursing assessment using Roper Log

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    Reflective Essay On Nursing

    3146 words, 13 pages

    The journey through this module has given me the opportunity to reflect on my ways of being in groups and the impact my actions have on the groups. This course has benefited me by helping me become aware of my strengths in listening and some self-esteem weaknesses by acknowledging these enhances my self-awareness thus allowing for positive development of my professional identity. For me, one of the most significant elements I noticed about how I was in groups was how I acted differently depending on the group size and how over time these differences gradually lessene

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    The Emergence Of Male Nursing Students In The Nursing Profession

    4027 words, 17 pages

    GEM V. MARASIGAN ERIBERTO D. PACIENTE JR. CHAPTER 1 Nursing profession includes care of individuals sick or well and in all settings regardless of race, religion or gender. Nursing focuses in health promotion, growth and development, illness prevention, and the assisting ill, disabled and people who cannot provide their own needs. Its main purposes are to provide a safe environment, to minimize discomfort, stress and suffering of the patient, and to enable them to accept and cope with their illnesses. It also co

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    Communication

    2361 words, 10 pages

    Title - The Importance of Communication in Nursing Student Number - 525031 Personal Tutor - David Gallimore Word Count - 2,097 Date of Submission - 13/01/2009 Module Code - SHN 122 The Importance of Communication in Nursing Introduction “As nurses the ways in which we communicate have profound effects on the people around us. Our communication shapes and transforms clinical settings, establishes who we are, and who others are in relation to us”. (Crawford et al, 2006, Pg 3) In this essay I am going to discuss and explain the importance of communicat

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    Florence Nightingale

    1531 words, 7 pages

    Florence Nightingale was a legend in her lifetime and was one of the greatest pioneer's in nursing. She lived ninety years and accomplished many great things for the field of nursing. Her descriptions of nursing, health, environment, and humankind are remarkable and still true to this day. Nightingale reformed nursing and changed the way nursing was viewed. Some of the issues during Nightingale's time, the 1800's, we still face today. Nightingale not only impacted nursing in the 1800's, but also still has an effect on nursing today. We do not need a new role model and i

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    Legal And Ethical Parameters Of Nursing

    1590 words, 7 pages

    The Legal & Ethical Parameters of the Professional Nursing Practice A Brisbane Nurse has recently been banned from registration for four years due to his sexual relationship with a patient after the cessation of their therapeutic relationship. The nurse had also been found to have removed the patient’s identification bracelet from the hospital which contained confidential information. It was deemed by The Nurses and Midwifery Board of Australia that there had been enough cause to seek discipline action. For many people this would seem to be a drastic discipline me

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    The Use Of Restraint As An Ethical Delimma

    2295 words, 10 pages

    What are Restraints? A restraint is any device, object, action or deed, which an individual cannot easily remove or which resists the free flow of movement of an individual, or the normal access to an individual’s own body (Australian Government, 2004). A restraint can also be an intervention that is used to control an individual’s behaviour, or decision making abilities (Commonwealth Department of Health and Aging, 2001). The key factor that differentiates restraint from other forms of care or medical treatment, is the intent of using a restraint to restrict the movement, behaviour, and de

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    Women's Influence In Medicine

    2428 words, 10 pages

    There are many women who had huge influences in the advancement of heath and medicine. Many people don’t realize how much women do and how much they have contributed to the medical world and its advancements. From Lillian D. Wald, who worked with the less fortunate and children in schools, to Florence Nightingale a devoted Nurse, also to Virginia Apgar, who worked with mothers and their newborns and also came up with the “Apgar Score,” and Eku Esu-Williams who is an immunologist and an AIDS Educator. Even though women did so much, many people were sexist and didn’t want to acknowledge what th

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    “Nursing Home Administration: Description, Preparation, And Outlook”

    2080 words, 9 pages

    Mrs. Lawson English 1123 The healthcare industry currently employs one out of every eleven United States Citizens and is expected to add three million new jobs by the year 2016 according to Joe Watson in the forward of his book “Where the Jobs Are Now”. This expected growth trend is projected to keep the healthcare industry at the top of industrial performers in GNP (Watson, p. 19) through the year 2018. While clinical positions dominate the industry numerically, the projected industry wide expansion is expected to create a 16.5 percent increase in the number of healthcare management and

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    Cfam

    1465 words, 6 pages

    Running head: Trends in Nursing Trends in Nursing: Family Centered Care Carianne Campbell - 72176 The College of New Caledonia NURS 203 – Health Promotion in Families? Research regarding trends associated with “family centred care” in the scope of nursing practice, has proven that family is an essential component in planning, implementing and maintaining health and well-being in regard to client care (Wright and Leahey (2009). Prior to World War II, families were included in care for the individual member; and much of the care not only took place in the home but

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    Abuse And Neglect In Nursing Homes

    1613 words, 7 pages

    Abuse and Neglect 2 Introduction Ethical problems regularly arise during daily care in nursing homes. These include violation of patients' right to autonomy and to be treated with respect. As a future health care administrator, I am concerned about the ethical issues in Nursing homes most especially the ones that deal with abuse and neglect. The aim of this paper is to discuss the ethical beliefs and dilemmas that are faced in the Nursing homes. To investigate how caregivers emphasize daily dialogue and mutual reflection to reach moral alternatives in da

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    Jean Watson's Caring Theory

    2175 words, 9 pages

    Jean Watson's Caring Theory University of Phoenix Theories and Models of Nursing Practice NUR/403 Jean Watson's Caring Theory Health care tremendously has changed over the pass years.  Nurses have a higher workload and are responsible for many tasks and have little time to complete them. Nurses are taking care of more complex and high acuity patients. Furthermore, these conditions make it difficult for nurses to provide ideal care to each patient. Although these unfortunate circumstances are present, patients still deserve to receive good care at all times.

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    Communication

    2629 words, 11 pages

    With reference to caring for patients in your first clinical placement, explain the importance of the nurse’s communication skills This assignment will explain the importance of communication between nurse’s and their patients within a clinical setting. In order to explain the communication that was used while I was on placement it is important for me to write in the first person. Webb (1992), explained that “Use of the first person is essential to counteract the notion that researchers do influence, exercise choices, and make decisions about the directions of their research and the conclu

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    Research Nursing

    4779 words, 20 pages

    RESEARCH ESSAY Introduction This essay is about the evaluation of two research articles. Throughout the essay the author will discuss and critically evaluate both articles following a self-adaptation of Cormack’s (2000) framework. This will include evaluation and comparison of research methods, sample selection processes, data collection methods and methods of data analysis, ethical considerations and future research and learning. The author will not attempt to decide which particular article is best as they will both have strengths and weaknesses. Chosen area of

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    Cerebrovascular Accident

    4653 words, 19 pages

    Meeting the Continuing Needs of Adults The following essay aims to cover issues of Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) working with regards to an individual patient who requires continuing care in a community setting as a result of cerebrovascular accident (CVA). The main focus of the essay will be that based upon a care framework, using a care framework model. The care framework was designed as a tool for exploring the needs of an individual and his/her family when they are faced with a disease process or illness (Mawson and Noctor, 2000). A brief description of th

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    Discussion Questions

    1599 words, 7 pages

    November 8, 2014. NUR/443 WEEK 1 DISCUSSION QUESTION 1. In your opinion, what has been the most significant event, individual, or development in the field of nursing research? Describe the event, individual, or development. How did it influence nursing research? The most significant event in nursing research is the discovery of different nursing theories by nursing pioneers. These theories have provided most of the foundation on which modern nursing stands. Back then, when the nursing profession had just started, nursing care was pretty much

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    Empathy In Nursing

    2289 words, 10 pages

    This paper will briefly discuss 3 core conditions associated with effective helping skills, empathy, genuineness and acceptance (unconditional positive regard). It will focus on empathy and critically discuss the condition, looking at how empathy affects the nurse-patient relationship as this is viewed as central to the delivery of care (Yu & Kirk 2008, Bonnie et al 2003). It will also discuss why effective communication skills are imperative in building a therapeutic nurse - patient relationship. The significance of a therapeutic nurse- patient relationship is ad

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    Registered Nurse

    997 words, 4 pages

    Registered nurses play a significant role in promoting healthy lifestyles. They serve as educator for individuals, families, patients, and communities. The article “Get a Nursing License” states that “to become a registered nurse, one should be capable of planning assessing and evaluating total patient care.” Registered Nurses could work in hospitals, home health agencies, clinics, schools, and nursing homes. Key components to become a Registered Nurse are experience and education. Moreover, the reason this career is right for me is because I am a natural caretaker and I absolutely love helpi

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    Reflective Essay Signs

    995 words, 4 pages

    REFLECTIVE ESSAY | I did the procedure of monitoring blood pressure manually during the scenario simulation assessment. As blood pressure is one of the vital sign that includes temperature, pulse, and respiration. Vital signs indicate the physiological state of the patient and may reveal any changes in the condition of the patient. Blood pressure is the pressure exerted in the arteries by the blood. (Grant & Waugh, 2010). It includes systolic pressure, which is the highest pressure exerted on the arteries when the heart contracts and pushes the blood to all parts of

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    Root Cause Analysis And Nursing Implications

    997 words, 4 pages

    RTT Task 2             Establishing a root cause analysis (RCA) especially in a healthcare situation is a fundamental step to avoid future cases of patient negligence as noted with the unfortunate death of Mr. B. The step leads to proper problem solving and identifying faults especially in training and skills transfer amongst health practitioners. However, in consideration of causative factors that lead to a sentinel event such as a patient’s outcome, there are issues worth revisiting. First, it is imperative to describe the problem or define the event through the in

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    Nurse Practice Act Of Ohio

    1001 words, 5 pages

    Writing Assignment 2.1: Nursing Practice Act The Nursing practice act provides people who have an interest in the nursing profession specialized knowledge, judgment and skills of nursing science. Some of the sciences involved with nursing are biology, physics, behavioral, and social. With the Registered Nursing license the nurse has a scope of practice, knowledge of the nursing process, the possibility of practicing advanced nursing and prescriptive privileges. As a student there are guidelines to obtain a license, activities that could lead to the loss of my licens

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    Leadership Styles

    999 words, 4 pages

    Every individual possesses various leadership and motivation styles. Every style affects the workplace differently; therefore, supervisors must comprehend their particular style and how it influences their work environment. Many factors influence leadership. It remains important that supervisors understand how and why these particular factors alter their leadership style. I lack experience in the healthcare industry; therefore, my paper describes my supervisor friend in her healthcare profession and how she addressed a situation. My Friend, the Supervisor and Leader My friend, Hope, work

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    Nurses Role In Healthcare

    1002 words, 5 pages

    What is the role of a Nurse in healthcare?. The Nurse's role in palliative care is about caring for the living and providing high-quality nursing care. Valuing the individual is the core element and relates to respecting the person and being non-judgemental. (Phil russel,p.295) It is difficult pin point the skills required to be a good nurse, but Saunders (1978) adds, its about 'being with' people when they are suffering.Most nurses are engaged in the use of counselling skills rather than in counselling, to avoid confusion the term 'therapeutic communication' will be

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    The One That Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest Leaside

    1002 words, 5 pages

    One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest (Ken Kesey versus Milos Forman) Cinema is the produce of a movie as an art. However, the art of cinema can often vary from the original plot and message the storyline tries to convey. For instance, the 1975 film verson of the novel “One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest” greatly varies from the novel. In order to better represent the message that Ken Kesey’s depicted in the novel I purpose for the character portrayal of Bromden to have a greater role since it focuses on the transformation of character of the men and give a greater emphasis on

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    Ethical And Nursing Sensitive Indicators

    995 words, 4 pages

    When caring for any client a nurse needs to culturally aware and competent when providing care for them. Having a general awareness is a start but if a patient were to present with a cultural preference the nurse could ask the client to educate them or be proactive in teaching themselves so they can provide optimal culturally competent care. In this particular case study the client Mr. J, a retired Jewish rabbi, has been recently hospitalized after being treated for a right hip fracture after falling at home and having a diagnosis of mild dementia. A. Nursing-sensitive indicators are define

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    Issues And Trends In Professional Nursing

    1000 words, 4 pages

    Nursing Education and Practice N420-2013 CR Issues and Trends in Professional Nursing Clarify the differences between practice-focused and research-focused doctoral programs in nursing? In 1960 the Doctorate of Nursing Program was started at Boston University. Per there admissions department this program still exist today with concentrations in population health and health policy. A Doctorate in Nursing signifies the same as a Doctorate in other professions; it shows that the person has obtained the highest expertise in their field. There is no greater indicator

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    Nursing And English

    1005 words, 5 pages

    n order to write a philosophy of nursing, I believe that first one must decide what philosophy means to them. I think Shrock stated it best when she said, “philosophy is an attitude toward life and reality that evolves from each nurses beliefs ...”(Edwards, 1997, 1089). This definition gives me the freedom to use my own beliefs. I do not have to accept what someone else has decided. Scholars have been debating for years, is nursing an art or is it a science. Why can it not be both? I believe that to be a successful nurse one must be able to provide the “ art” of caring,

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    One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest Part Ii Summary

    1004 words, 5 pages

    Part II Summary * After Nurse Ratched’s outburst in the end of part I, everyone stares at her, letting her know what it is like to be scrutinized. * Chief Bromden is afraid that everyone in the ward will know that he isn’t actually deaf or dumb when he raises his hand for the vote because he always cleans the staff room during meetings, and if any of the doctor’s or nurse’s knew that he had heard everything they’ve talked about over the years he fears his life would be threatened. * At the next staff meeting Nurse Ratched uses silence to try and asser

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    Nursing Homes

    1004 words, 5 pages

    English 151 March 09, 2016 Did you ever have a nurse with really bad bedside manner? Bed side manner and courtesy from nurses can have an effect on their patients, but more toward the elderly. People see a lot more problems in assistant living homes then hospitals. There are three main sub categories that all nurses should be doing when it comes to bedside manners to patients. They are to have respect/be polite, listen and do their job on timely fashion, and encouragement. First, nurses should have respect toward their patients and be polite when they see them. Nurses should be saying

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    Organizational Values

    1005 words, 5 pages

    An aligned organization is one which their performance influences are mutually supportive and focuses on effective and efficient delivery of system. Values play an important role in an organization and leads to success. To attain a successful alignment between individual and corporate values, there needs to be a connection between the employee and the organization in which he or she works for. The benefits contain significant value to both the organization as well as the employee. The decision individual makes reflect their personal beliefs about what is important for them and the decision or

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    Education Prepardness

    992 words, 4 pages

    ADN vs. BSN Grand Canyon University Introduction Nursing is ongoing and lifelong, for the nurse and the patient. It is not limited to the time spent in the hospital, but follows the nurse and patient for life. The importance of the way the nurse delivers this care to the patient can make all the difference to the patients stay at the hospital. In the writer’s opinion education preparedness can change the way a nurse delivers patient care. ADN vs. BSN According to The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), “there are three routes to becoming a registered nurse: a 3-year d

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    Grand Canyon University: Introduction To Nursing Research

    998 words, 4 pages

    NRS 433V September 21, 2016 Critical appraisal My classmates and I are still very close like family from nursing school. As we enter this great profession of nursing our need for heighten knowledge increases. We solely depend on evidence base practice to show us the way and it enhances the profession. Nurse researchers continually find ways to improve the nursing field by pinpointing issues within the profession. These issues influence the nurses on a daily basis both precisely and indirectly. In this research the composer critically appraises the Methodological and ethical challenge

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    Mental Health Facility Benefits

    999 words, 4 pages

    English 102 When it comes to criminology, mental illnesses can be a hot topic in deciding if the person charged of crime should be convicted into a jail or the criminal wing of a mental facility. The facilities can prove to b e a great asset to general population, holding the morals of popular belief while also keeping the convicted safe from theirselves and others. Many of these facilities do not differ drastically from nursing homes, the arrangements of rooms, dining halls, and lobbies are similar. Residents still retain their rights as a human being. Though they

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    Nursing Rtt 1

    1008 words, 5 pages

    In the 1800’s an effort to redefine nursing, by improving upon patient care, Florence Nightingale stands as the patron leader. She went onto grapple with the task of improving upon deplorable hospital conditions; while, measuring patient’s outcomes in a statistical method. Over a hundred years later, more recent compiled research related to a link between hospital staffing issues and adverse patient outcomes grabs the attention of internal and external healthcare populations. In the 90’s and early 2000’s new studies surface regarding the understaffed units, job dissatis

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    History Of Nursing Worksheet

    1011 words, 5 pages

    University of Phoenix Material History of Nursing Research Worksheet There have been many influential publications, agencies, and people in the field of nursing research. Write 1–3 sentences in each cell of the table below to describe the importance, goal, or influence of each item. |Publications |First publication date and importance: | |Nursing Research |First published: October 1952 | |

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    Personal Ethics

    1002 words, 5 pages

    Diana Yu Grand Canyon University Humans conduct behavior due to a set standard of ideas and actions, also known as ethics. Society and family teaches people starting from childhood on what is considered as acceptable behavior and the difference between right from wrong. As one grows older, these teachings help one to develop one’s moral compass in which decisions are made. Due to the environment one grows up in, the family will instill spiritual and cultural values into a person. Through reflection upon one’s personal morals and values, the author will analyze the ways these values reflect

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    The Benefits Of A Bsn

    1002 words, 5 pages

    Nursing is a dynamic profession. As technology advances so does the need for educated, well trained nurses. Those who graduated with an ADN or diploma at some point in their career must ask themselves : What is the benefit of obtaining a BSN? How will this impact my career and my life? After weighing the pro's and cons, the only logical conclusion is that a BSN is worth the time and effort. The benefit to the patient is substantial and based on the Human Capital Theory there is a long term financial benefit to obtaining the degree. Patient Benefit Nurses at the ADN have the skills and knowl

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    Vulnerable Populations

    1001 words, 5 pages

    Applying Nursing Theory to Vulnerable Populations Nursing 2312 Nursing Dynamics Winston-Salem State University School of Health Sciences Division of Nursing Caring for vulnerable populations is a cornerstone in nursing. The ability to be able to provide care while building trust is a key aspect of nursing. There are many different theories of how that can be successfully achieved. These theories provide direction and guidance for structuring professional nursing practice, education, and research (Creasia & Friberg, 2011). There are numerous differen

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    Interview Nvt

    1011 words, 5 pages

    Western Governors University Nursing Program Interview Form   This interview is to be conducted in person or over the phone. Persons being interviewed are not expected to respond in writing.   Candidate name: Terry Rosenbaugh  Name and title of the Interviewee: Terry Rosenbaugh/ Director_ Describe the specialty area of the interviewee: Terry oversees two nursing units, social workers, physical therapists, speech therapy, and occupational therapy; she is the Director of Nursing. The interviewee belongs to the following category: Administrator middle management

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    Nightingale

    1012 words, 5 pages

    THE LADY WITH THE LAMP 2 There have been many great people in history that most people can talk about without thinking about it. Many of these people are found in every history book, sports book, or encyclopedia, but what do these people mean to you? There are people that you wouldn’t normally think about like The Lady with the Lamp. Who is this you ask. This is Nurse Florence Nightingale. I’m going to tell you why she is an inspiration to nurses everywhe

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    Women The Unknown Soldiers

    1007 words, 5 pages

    "The Vietnam Conflict: Women, the Unknown Soldiers." The Vietnam Conflict: Women, the Unknown Soldiers. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Jan. 2013. This source tells you about how the women that want over to Vietnam to help the man that got either got shot wounded or had dieses they would go over and treat them they didn’t call them patients but casualties. The nurses would have little to none training in the medical field on how to do treat them; the older women who was sent over has had then two years of training in the medical field but the others had less then six months of it. The soldiers were bei

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