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The American Academy of Nursing is a healthcare academy that disseminates, generates, and synthesizes nursing knowledge towards contributing to health practices and policies that aim at benefiting both the nursing professionals and the public (Finkelman and Kenner, 2013). The… According to this institution, this is the only way to acquire quality education…
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The promotion of these values is required in order for the quality of nursing education to be high. At this point the following question appears: how nursing education values can be protected? Moreover, the potentials of nursing… Still, the relevant efforts are not always successful, a fact that has been made clear especially in regard to equality, as related…
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But professionalism is beyond this quality alone. There are other criteria involved in the discourse of the concept of professionalism,… Interest in professionalizing the nursing occupation emerged in healthcare organizations in 1970s. This stemmed from the need to provide a substitute motivation for workers with blocked access to structures of mobility and…
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The evaluation of the elements of nursing, not just as a profession but also as a science, should be based on certain criteria: the effects of each element on the performance of nurses but also the potentials of nurses to meet the relevant requirements need to be taken into… Both studies seem to promote the idea that critical thinking could be based on the…
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This process includes the examination of evidence, determination of findings, formulation of conclusions, and exploration of the significance of the findings. The Burns and Grove text has explained much… Nursing research like any other research encompasses the content of quantitative and qualitative reports. This paper answers four questions about nursing…
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The paper answers: What are some of the difficulties with narrowing a problem statement? What are the characteristics of problems that are significant to nursing and thus merit research? What are some of the advantages to your organization or practice to using a research-based approach to problem resolution? How would you incorporate one of the nursing theories in supporting the implementation of an evidence based nursing intervention?…
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Health care systems attribute many of its processes to nurses, which made the nursing career an in-demand employment for many individuals, regardless of race, culture, and nationality. In the United States alone, the nurse population is 12 million but still, the American health… Nurse salaries are the major problem for some institutions along with benefits and…
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My Personal Nursing Philosophy Name Institution My Personal Nursing Philosophy I chose to pursue nursing as a profession due to my desire to help those in need. In fact, I have been longing of becoming a nurse since my childhood, something that finally prompted me to pursue nursing as a career.… Nevertheless, nursing has much more as a whole that what it…
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The history of the above University is rather long; the specific University was first established in 1870 in order to cover the educational needs of a particular social group: the… The Columbus campus is quite popular not just for its size but also for the range of its options for students of different background and needs. The Columbus campus is not the only…
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This paper answers the need for upholding the ethical values of nursing and to implement the various steps that can increase the nursing facilities. Nursing shortage, nurse to patient ratios, less nursing faculty are some of the problems that we come across. … This has become the prime importance in nursing ethics. The nursing profession wants the nurse to…
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While most courses have similar missions and visions for their students, it may be hard to evaluate if every school are able to give the same quality education for students. In courses that need their students to be highly-competent and fully-prepared at the start of the… Administering the same tests for all nursing graduates can judge whether or not the…
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1997, in Masters 2009, p.80). With this meaning, philosophy has a decisive role in human behavior. According to the above view, person is quite important for philosophy. The term… ample, the following ones: freedom of taking initiatives, ability to take care of himself and of other people, ability to intervene in cases that a problem arises. All the above…
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This paper analyzes the study conducted by Kalisch and Lee and the researchers’ work which had a basis on two research questions. It discusses the objective of the research study which was to investigate the relationship between staffing of nursing levels and the teamwork that nurses showed while working in the setup.… 2. Variables in the Research Study As…
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This research suggests that some of the aspects of the pledge, especially those regarding client confidentiality, are appropriate for the modern nurse as well. However,… From this perspective, client care for the modern nurse would differ from that of the pledge in three ways: the patient would be placed in a more cultural context, this context would be…
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We live in a world of a rapidly aging population and a constantly evolving world of illness. Everyday, thousands of Americans end up being admitted to patient care facilities all over the United States. But the manpower required to care for these patients in a loving, holistic, and healing manner is quite wanting and lacking.… The lack of qualified American…
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The author of the present essay casts light on the profession of nursing. Admittedly, nursing is simply a profession that deals with the care of individuals, communities and the general population. Besides, the main aim of nursing is to ensure that the individual attains optimal health.… Notably, nurses should clearly understand the procedure in which…
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For the ER department, there are sufficient and highly qualified practitioners that ensure no patient spends more than an hour waiting for treatment (Barker, 2013). The hospital nurses have a culture of collaborative teamwork especially in directing patients to the emergency… Lack of confidence within ER is dangerous given that a nurse is expected to have good…
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The Stufflebeam’ s CIPP model is a better choice for the university to use in evaluating its programs, personnel, products, students, institutions and systems. This is because the model is consistent with a wide range of program evaluations and its focus is best when the… The data to use in the model for each component will comprise of the course taken by the…
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Today’s world has become extremely competitive and for one advance, it is paramount that one has to acquire additional skills and knowledge. As a nurse, I endeavor to align with… It provides the anticipated levels of education that nurses in the country should conform to. This is clearly spelt out in recommendations 4, 5 and 6. In order to ensure that I align…
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My Journey as a Nursing Student It goes without saying that it will take tremendous amount of dedication for one to be able to graduate any collegiate degree. Going into college is not an easy thing to do, not to mention finishing it. To say at the least that one will have to experience countless sleepless nights before he/she graduates is an understatement.…
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In the last couple of decades, the nursing profession has experienced tremendous changes and transformation; the profession has evolved from the simple carrying out of tasks, which it was hitherto attributed with, to a process of decision-making premised on specialist knowledge and responsibility.… These changes coupled with the escalating complexities of the…
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There is evidence that many employers are compelling workers to work for more hours, absorb new job responsibilities, and yet receive a low payment. Currently, I am experiencing an exact situation whereby… Notably, nursing practice entails numerous responsibilities and workers need time for adequate rest because of the nature of the job. Moreover, there is a…
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Health care provision is a delicate issue to deal with, since gambling with the patient’s health and general life welfare attracts both… The nurse failed to follow the 6 rights prior to the administration of a medication. This went against the required nursing practice. The consequence of this act put the patient’s life at risk because the patient had a…
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Transtheoretical Model of Change The Transtheoretical model is a design for deliberate change (“Transtheoretical Model,” n.d.). It focuses not on the extraneous forces that affect decision making, but on the will power of the person to induce change. It involves a series of steps that culminate in behavioral change and maintenance of that change.… The stages…
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Introduction: According to The American Nursing Association, "Nursing is the protection, promotion, and optimization of health and abilities, prevention of illness and injury, alleviation of suffering through the diagnosis and treatment of human response, and advocacy in the care of individuals, families, communities, and populations.… [01] Ethicolegal issues…
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