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The primary and acute nurse practitioners offer services according to their specialty. According to Nagelkerk (2006) primary and acute nurse practitioners… The examples of various settings where primary care nurse is involved are; homes, clinics, community hospitals and mobile settings (Sines & Forbes-Burford, 2009 p.134). The acute nurse practitioner is…
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Nurse informatics
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The pace of these changes has been increasing over the years with hospitals and health care systems creating staff roles for nurse informaticists, who rarely… some hospitals have allowed nurses prescribe medication without a physician’s supervision (National Academy of Sciences, 2010). In order to transform the healthcare system, it is important to have a…
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Child's nurse
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I have experience of working for five years running a playgroup, plus working for five years one-to-one with special needs children, like those with autism, fragile x, sotos, down syndrome and dyspraxia. These jobs were connected with groups of children aged two to five, and were aimed at helping children feel safe and positive about themselves, supporting parents, running parents meetings, fund raising, banking, working as part of a team, working once a week with speech therapist, and going through different programmers for particular children's needs.…
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Nurse Prescribing
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Background: Nurse prescribing has become increasing popular over the last 6 years, due to Government policy directives. The Government announced in May 2001, that nurse prescribing would be extended to many nurses working in the following areas, palliative care, minor ailments, minor injuries and health promotion.… The government also around this time,…
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Nurse Praqctitioner
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The primary care nurse has the freedom to either care for his personal patients or be hired to go after all patients in their practice living in nursing homes; while the acute care nurse practitioner especially the ones in the organ transplant services, provide examination,… The primary care nurse practitioner executes detailed assessments, elevate health and…
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Impaired Nurse
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Some abuse alcohol to hide the stress they experience at work. This stress (Oncology Nurses) may result from caring for their patients who suffer from cancer. The article can be said to have achieved its… This has led to them developing a close relationship as coworkers. They therefore often meet after work for cocktails (Scott, 2010). Her friends consider…
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Nurse practitioner
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With the pressures of healthcare provision and increasing need for meeting the needs of the consumers at the social and political levels, the nursing roles have expanded, and redefinition of boundaries of work at the professional levels demanded legislations in the healthcare… within the present structure of the available health services mainly in order to…
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Nurse Retention
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Currently the U.S. is experiencing shortage of registered nurses (RNs) owing to the fact that the nursing colleges and universities are struggling meet the enrollment requirement to meet the rising demand for nursing care. The problem is projected to get worse with the ageing of the baby boomers generation and rising need for health care. … The current and…
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Nurse Manager and Nurse Practitioner
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Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) refers to the integration of the best research findings with clinical knowledge as well as the expectations of the patient. The practice includes identification of key research results and facilitation of their implementation on a timely basis in… They are expected to gather information from their colleagues, consulting library…
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Nurse education
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Nurse education. The nurse leader or manager employs transformational leadership. In this form of nursing leadership, the aim is to merge the nursing leader and her workers so as to achieve a common objective. Every individual in a unit cooperates so as to realize a significant accomplishment through a common objective. … Nurses assist advance the most…
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Nurse Practitioner
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A Nurse Practitioner is a 'Registered Nurse' who is professionally qualified with a degree and training for diagnosing and general medical conditions. A nurse practitioner has held a wide variety of role in medical sciences and has much more autonomy in his practice.… They also act as a psychiatric in some cases as their main focus is on the prevention of…
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Student Nurse
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This essay talks that aa student of nursing, the reporter knows for certain that he has to make a lot of commitments on his studies. For him to succeed and become a RN, he has to dedicate his time and work so hard. The author might disappoint himself by failing to accomplish his goals. … From this paper it is clear that he acknowledges that the…
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Nurse Practioner
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There are a total of 9 core competencies all of which are gained through patient care experiences that focus on independent and… a NP graduate must possess are; the scientific foundation competencies which revolves around an integration of research, theory and practice knowledge. Then there are leadership competencies, which focuses on advance leadership roles…
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Nurse Practitioner
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According to Wyckoff, Houghton & LePage (2009) a Family Nurse Practitioner is a registered nurse who mainly focuses on promoting health and minimizing chances of disease among children and elderly people. This professional also identifies and comes up with a treatment plan for… This entails following up on my patients’ well being, as per the clinical…
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Registered Nurse
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Body. The Intensive Care Unit is in a 350 bed general acute care community hospital in Buffalo, New York. The official, Cook has to report to, is the Senior V.P. offr Nursing, one Mr. Jones. The medical officer in charge of the unit is Dr. Graham who does general supervision.… protocols and therefore a bit uncertain and lacking in her communication with the…
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Registered Nurse
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However, they are basically charged with giving the ailing and the sick care at homes and in healthcare facilities and providing emotional support and advice to patients and… RNs are guided by documents published by respective professional associations and state legislations with regards to legal and safe scope of practice. The American Nurses Association, ANA…
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Nurse Led
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Most of these functions are carried out in the out-patient setting or in the community setting. These nurses provide patients with information in relation to health education and promotion. They also prepare instructional… -led clinics also conduct home visits with the patient and their family in order to evaluate their medications and to secure adequate…
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Children's nurse
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Nowadays the special attention is given to nurses training. It is easy to understand this because highly skilled nurse is a reliable assistant for a doctor, and the success of a patient treatment in much depends on his/her skills and knowledge. "This year's theme underscores the breadth of directions that a nurse's career may take," said American Nurse Association president Barbara Blakeney, MS, RN.…
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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…
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Nurse Practitioner
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This essay encompasses the role of independent nurse practitioners. Notably, with the pressures of healthcare provision and increasing need for meeting the needs of the consumers at the social and political levels, the nursing roles have expanded.… In any way, this provision is not designed to provide care that is does not fulfill the competency standards of…
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Family Nurse Practitioner Arizona
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Complete Name: Course: Title: A Personal Statement (1) Define Advanced Practice Nursing in your state (ARIZONA).  In Arizona, Advanced Practice Nursing (APN) primarily requires an applicant to acquire license in Registered Nursing (RN) within Arizona or through a state that is a member of the Nurse Licensure Compact prior to applying for a certification as an advanced practice nurse in Arizona.…
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Nurse Anesthetists Research Paper
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Nurse Anesthetists Date Abstract The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit: (1) to discuss and describe the nurse anesthetist in terms of job description, education and certification, employment, and professional activities; and (2) to reflect on how you see yourself “fitting” into the profession.… When necessary, nurse anesthetists may administer…
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Becoming a nurse
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I feel special love and affection for others. In my whole family, nobody is as close to the elders as I am. I believe in relations and gain and impart strength through them. They may not necessarily be blood-relations. A nurse interacts with the patients in… Establishing that as my goal, I kept thinking about the potential ways in which I could benefit others…
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Register Nurse interview
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In the professional setting, communication takes diverse and dynamic aspects depending on the purpose it is designed to serve. The registered nurse (RN) I… According to the RN, the use of interpersonal communication in the nursing practice takes into account the personality and character traits of the communicating parties. Communicators, the message,…
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Being a professional nurse
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Nursing is defined as the promotion of health and abilities, prevention of injuries, alleviation of suffering through diagnosis and treatment and advocating care to individuals and the community. The profession of a nurse differs from other professions as it should not be considered as merely profession.… The profession requires nurses to be able to deal with…
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