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Discussion: Clinical Teaching/Learning Experience
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In order to ensure effective learning, clinical educators should ensure learners acquire diverse skills in order to meet the challenges of the dynamic healthcare system. There are different learning strategies like role-modeling, demonstration, written assignments, clinical… The main aim of patient care in nursing homes is to giving care to the elderly. The…
THE INDIVIDUAL EXPERIENCING HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE RE: NON SMOKING POLICY WITH A5 LEAFLET AND 1000 WORDS SUPPORTIVE COMMENTARY
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THE INDIVIDUAL EXPERIENCING HEALTH AND SOCIAL CARE RE: NON SMOKING POLICY Faculty Name Date Care as defined by Leininger (2006 as cited by McFarland and Eipperle, 2008) is “assistive, supporting and enabling experiences or ideas towards others evident or anticipated needs to ameliorate or improve a human condition or lifeway.” Care is also respect, protection and comfort (Watson, 1979).…
Scholarly Paper - Healthcare Informatics Theories & Policies
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A nursing terminology is a body of terms used in nursing (Thoroddsen, Ehnfors & Ehrenberg, 2010). The first standardized nursing… ification (CCC), Perioperative Nursing Data Set (PNDS), the Nursing Minimum Data Set (NMDS), The Nursing Interventions Classifications (NIC), International Classification for Nursing Practice (ICNP), the Nursing Outcomes…
Philosophy of Nursing
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The philosophy of nursing is concerned with our beliefs and perspective regarding the nature of the profession, and it is based on this philosophy that we perform our nursing duties. The subject of nursing is both an art and a science. An individual exhibits both ethical aspects… During those ages when women were confined within their homes and family life,…
Barriers to communication
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Effective communication is an integral component of a successful nursing professional. While this may not seem a strong statement at first, its importance, its striking truthfulness and its clear presence in a successful career is virtually undeniable. Because male or female, nurses must create an interactive, colorful communication channel for their professional success. …
The Importance of Nursing Theory
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The Importance of Nursing Theory YOUR NAME HERE YOUR COURSE/TUTOR HERE DATE HERE The Importance of Nursing Theory Nursing theory, whether stemming from grand, middle-range, or practice theory all have practical applications to the nursing profession in terms of identifying tangible activities in nursing, the relationship of the environment for nursing adaptability, and in helping to understand the inherent or intrinsic dynamics of the nurse practitioner.…
Relevance of Culture in Nursing
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Shifting demographics and global trends have led to various practices of health care and health care professionals. Health care professionals, especially nurses, need to be cognizant of the preferred health care practices of the people served. Hence the current study identifies the … The ethnic cultures of remote tribal areas with sustained identity, values,…
Central line infection in hospitals
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(Chant ET. Al., 2002). This makes it a very demanding role in the nursing career. For the last few years, most patients and other clinical evaluators have realized that most of the nurses are very ineffective in their way of… A further sense of dissatisfaction exists in the presences of barriers. There exist many barriers. However, since nursing is a broad…
Correlation between nursing culture and the change of nursing practice
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Correlation Between Nursing Culture and the Change of Nursing Practice Name of the of the Department Name of the University The Award for which the Project is Submitted The Name of the Supervisor The Month and Year of Submission Correlation Between Nursing Culture and the Change of Nursing Practice Introduction “Nursing has experienced a profound culture change over the past few decades” state Polit and Beck (2008, p.3).…
Nursing Informatics Theory
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Nursing Informatics Theory 20th, February 2013 Nursing Informatics makes use of computer technology, including information and technology. Automation in the nursing process is beneficial to both the nurses and patients as it speeds up the process, thus realizing efficiency.… This is in addition to their knowledge of the conceptual structure of nursing. Without…
Providing quality care
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Quality nursing care has been defined differently, based on the nature of involvement of the nurses and the specific practice that the nurse is engaged in, considering that the activities that define quality in each practice are different. However, the concept of quality nursing… While traditionally the concept of quality nursing care was defined by the…
The Future of Nursing in an Evolving Health Care System
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The Future of Nursing in an Evolving Health Care System Name: Course: Presented to: Date: The Future of Nursing in an Evolving Health Care System The report by Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in collaboration with the Institute of Medicine (IOM) aimed at coming up with strategies that could actively involve nurses in finding solutions to American’s healthcare problems.…
Nurse Managers
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This paper shall argue if the knowledge and skills required by the community nurse manager different from those required by staff nurses. Rafferty (1993) believed that both are quite different and therefore both need different traits and qualities to manage their tasks. … The concept of leadership in nursing can be traced back to Florence Nightingale. In the…
The Future of Nursing in an Evolving Health Care System
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The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) in collaboration with the Institute of Medicine (IOM) aimed at coming up with strategies that could cover the prevailing nurse based solutions in American’s healthcare problems, and coming up with new methods that could articulate… Nurses were required to be enjoined in talks regarding transformation of healthcare…
The topic is to discuss developing a case study to analyze and solve
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A Case Study to Analyze and Solve Name Institution Date A Case Study to Analyze and Solve Introduction Mergers between different healthcare institutions that deliver similar products to consumers are on the rise in different geographic areas of the world. This kind of change is usually accompanied by other adjustments made in order to accommodate the main transformation.…
Issue analysis : English only in hospitals and healthcare facilities
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English Only in Hospitals and Healthcare Institutions Name Institution English Only in Hospitals and Health Care Institutions Effective communication remains one of the fundamental enablers of efficiency in the nursing profession. Vast amounts of literature that explore the factors behind effective nursing care cite language and communication skills as key to successful interaction between the nurse and the client.…
Practicum nursing service administration 3
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In attaining this, the American Nursing Association has played a fundamental role in enhancing health promotion, protection, prevention and alleviation of suffering and… The standards includes maintenance of ethical standards, enhancing education, evidence based practice and research, enhancing environmental health, communication, leadership, collaboration,…
Comtemporary nursing issue: Diversity in the nursing work force
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Contemporary Nursing Issue: Diversity in the Nursing Work Force Introduction The healthcare industry of this world is changing rapidly owing to the reason of change in demands and needs of the customers (i.e. patients). Notably, the number of patients is increasing quite considerably which further demands for a more enhanced working process prevailing in this sector.…
Nursing Shortage in the United States
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The shortage of nurses in the United States is a historical trend that emerged in 1998, peaked in 2002, and is predicted to continue past 2020 (Allen, 2008). The shortage results from joint causes, such as "rising demand, little growth in registered nurses (RN) wages, demographic changes in the RN workforce that decreased the supply of working RNs, and a stressful hospital workplace environment" (Beurhaus et al., 2005, p854).…
Nurse/Patient Relationships and It's impact on the healing process
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Nurse/ Patient Relationships and its Impact on the Healing Process Odalis Rosales Name of the Department Name of the University Transitions and Trends Professor Emilio Ong Jr. BSN MBA/ HCM, CCRN October 23, 2012 Nurse/ Patient Relationships and its Impact on the Healing Process Abstract The Nurse/ Patient relationship is considered as the heart of nursing practice, and is key to achieving healing and maximising the patient’s therapeutic outcomes.…
Improving or Enhancing Quality and Competency Development at the Nursing Facuilty Using Leadership skills
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A Research Proposal on Strategies of Improving Quality and Competency Development in Nursing Faculty Using Leadership skills Abstract Leadership is the interpersonal process that involves motivating and guiding others to achieve goals. Leadership involves the use of interpersonal skills to influence others in the accomplishment accomplish a specific goal.…
Transcultural Nursing Paper
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Nurses care for people from all walks of life, each with their own unique cultural backgrounds and ethnic orientation. Therefore it is not possible or advisable for the nurse to ignore cultural differences and rigidly adhere to standard nursing procedures.… Leininger (2001) has stated that "The primary goals of transcultural community - based nursing are to…
Leadership issue in Healthcare
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The US is experiencing a nursing shortage problem which is likely to be felt until the year 2020 (Goodin, 2003). Without any solutions to this problem, this issue would continue to impact on the quality and the adequacy of nursing care in hospitals.… Leadership theory McGregor’s Theory X and Y is one of the many leadership theories. It has been of popular…
Professional Development Plan
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It is founded on the principle of serving humanity to ensure promotion, upholding of healthy quality life. This aspect of service to humanity is what attracted me to pursue nursing. I find fulfilment from helping an ailing person to feel comfortable in their state of wellness.… Professional Development Plan My educational life was initially like that of any…
Professional Development Plan
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Professional Development Plan Name: Institution: Course: Instructor: Date: Nursing as a line of work is one of the most demanding professions. It is founded on the principle of serving humanity to ensure promotion, upholding of healthy quality life. This aspect of service to humanity is what attracted me to pursue nursing.… What people need to understand is…
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