Parenting and child development
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Media can influence children’s attitudes and knowledge about a different culture, as it was demonstrated in the study of the educational impact of the television series Rechov Sumsum/Shara’a Simsim for Israeli and Palestinian children.
Quality of care
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In addressing this medical issue, it would be vital to identify appropriate health care procedure to handle the smoking habit in the society; otherwise, improve the quality of the health care services that are currently being offered to the identified community in line with smoking.
Nursing Implication for Teenage Pregnancy
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Nowadays more options are available to a pregnant teen. She can either raise the child or plan adoption or foster care otherwise. The government is also supportive in such cases and is trying to reduce the burden from teens by providing them quick healthcare access, childcare facility etc at very subsidized rates.
Health Care Reform
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While most of the integral parts of the Affordable Health Care Act of Pres. Barack Obama shall be going into play within the year 2013, there are still some gray areas that most people do not understand about the law, how it works, and most importantly, how it affects the American population in general.
The Elderly and Poor Living in the Community
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The demographic information shows that the East side of the surveyed locality had limited sidewalks and this compounded the problem among the elderly and poor in regard to their safety when crossing the road. This is likely to compound their mental health problems with the significant level of depression of fear of being run over by passing cars.
Public Health in Nursing Practice
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According to the paper public health, a sector of healthcare which is aimed at providing health services in the community setting, uses these demographics to determine the public health condition and its needs. By collecting reliable data, appropriate sectors of the community will be able to create or improve policies or manipulate other factors in response to threats to the health of the total population.
Mr. Ps Case Study Solution
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As the paper declares the best strategy to approach Mr. P’s care is to advocate nutritional therapy as prescribed by the physician. This will keep his body strong and able to fight against other diseases that may attack the patient. The caregiver’s knowledge on the quantity of fluids and other dietary check will limit complications.
Cultural Analysis
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This research paper examines many challenges associated with working across cultures. The paper shall give recommendations to nurses who face the culture problem. The essay discusses why it is important for nurses to recognize the patients’ cultures, and how cultural sensitivity could affect nurse-client relationship (Cirillo, 2013).
Palliative care for Enduring Conditions
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Palliative care has been described in a variety of ways, but the more common application of this type of care has revolved around the importance of delivering comfort to the dying, to ease the final days up to repose, and to live such days with dignity.
Long Term Conditions: A Case Study of a Patient Living With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
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This essay focuses on the Diabetes Mellitus, that is referred to as non-insulin-dependent diabetes and is more or less considered as an adult condition though research carried out so far indicates that the condition is not only affecting adults but also the youths of which to a larger extent inherited from the diabetic family lineage.
Demonstrations of temper that impact work performance and general well-being within the hospital workplace
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X was observed in the OR throwing a medical instrument under the terms of his anger. This action is a representation of a violent action that was predicated by abusive language in the form of profanity and displays of anger.
An Evaluation of Emergency Plan for Hurricanes and Natural Disasters
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Natural disaster can be termed as the naturally occurring incidents that leave their devastating effects on the lives of human beings causing irreversible damages to them and to their properties due to uncertain and abnormal changes in the atmospheric conditions. Disaster management is a strategy that is devised in case of any natural calamity happens.
Evaluate the Development of a Measurement Tool FLACC Scale
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The FLACC scale was developed by Sandra Merkel, MS, RN, Terri Voepel-Lewis, MS, RN, and Shobha Malviya, MD, at C. S. Mott Children’s Hospital, in the University of Michigan Health System, and Ann Arbor, MI. The research was undertaken by the department of Anesthesiology. The FLACC scale is diverse with the one included in the metathesaurus.
The Most Honest and Ethical Profession
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Nurses are at the top of the list of “The Most Honest and Ethical Profession”. According to a research by “Lidya Saad”, “a combined 84% of Americans describe nurses' ethics as "very high" or "high."” “This is the eighth straight year that nurses have ranked at or near the top of this poll. In 2001, fire fighters took top honors after the events of 9/11.
Ethical Considerations of the Advanced Practice Nurse
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Even though the Nuremberg Code of Ethics stipulates ethical considerations, health care practitioners should follow and implement research, it is apparent seeking consent of participants is a major ethical violation common in clinical research (Washington, 2012).
An investigation of the role that the Libyan government and civil society organization can play in facilitating the humanitarian activities of the Libyan red crescent
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The major aim of this study is to analyze the role that can be effectively played by the Libyan government and the Libyan Civil Society in order to enhance the humanitarian activities of the voluntary organization Libyan Red Crescent so that it is able to provide appropriate relief and health care to the affected victims.
Good Documentation is Good Communication Nursing Care Plans
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According to the paper the nursing care plan is a stage of nursing process in which the concerned nurse outlines the nursing care to be provided to the patient. Care planning documents provide the complete sketch of the means to be followed and actions to be taken in the process of providing the best possible care service to the patient. The nursing care plan is also of value to the nurse in the other shift and to the family members and well-wishers of the patient.
Housing for People with Special Needs
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Funding for affordable housing differs for those families which come under disabled and elderly population than low-income households. Federal level funding for the affordable housing need has been shifted to state and local level for the low-income people, however, for the elderly and disabled households, it still provides sufficient funding.
The use of Non-Invasive Blood Pressure measurement devices to accurately measure irregular heart rhythms
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Practices based on findings of a research are more likely to overshadow evidence from basic science, clinical knowledge and opinions from experts in producing the desired patient outcomes in different locations and settings.
Communication
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The paper is about the managerial notion of communication. The organization type under research is nursing. In nursing, communication may be the best aspect of the job as it ensures that the needs of everyone met, and that assumption is made from whatever is happening in and around the workplace.
Professional communication
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Nurses from different hospitals can use electronic medical records to exchange information. Electronic medical records are patients’ health records that are stored in hospital software, for instance, IQcare. These records could be made accessible to the nurses by hospitals by making it possible for nurses to access the records of different hospitals from their hospitals (Naveen, 2013).
Low Birth Weight and Preterm Birth
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In the urban areas, where there is no particular culture and traditions, the leading causes of low birth weight is the overindulgence in the modern cultures that allow women to smoke, drink alcohol and use other hard drugs.
Obesity in the elderly
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The author of this essay investigates the scientific debate about the association of obesity in the elderly with illness-specific mortality, a causal relationship between mortality and comorbidity, the definition of obesity amongst the elderly, medical relevance, nursing interventions, medical applicability, and health promotion approaches.
Decreasing Rates of Neutropenia in the Chemotherapy Patient
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The author states that the symptoms and complications of neutropenia are immune system related, and include high fever and frequent infections and is diagnosed with a blood cell count. The suggested intervention is giving information and education to both patients and clinical staff about the dangers, risks and avoidance of neutropenia.
personal statement
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My nursing experience has been enriched with great deal of professional skills and knowledge. I have sufficient professional ability in Diabetic care, for working in the Metabolic unit and attending to ketoadiodic patients; Homehealth, while
Quantitaive study
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nt to develop knowledge in research and enhance better understanding of how researches are carried out and the procedures undertaken to attain the results (Greenhalgh, 2010). These critical analyses of researches facilitate understanding of how to conduct and replicate
Ethics--- Embryo Harvesting and Freezing/Genetic Manipulation
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ce that is immensely controversial because of its potentially harmful consequences, though there are certain advantages as well that cannot be denied. Embryo harvesting is a painful procedure. The embryo whose organs are transplanted in others is a human being whose consent is
Pathopyhsiology1 case senerio
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The case report says that Mrs. J has been smoking two packs of cigarettes a day for the last 40 years and is not ready to abstain from the habit yet. Hence, no treatment or medication could bring the desired results unless the patient is ready
nursing theorists ab
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This paper focuses on three recognized theorists: Betty Neuman, Dorothea Orem, and Madeleine Leininger; and the factors which influenced their definitions and descriptions
nursing research
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Through a self-completion questionnaire provided to the parents with sick children, we will be able to establish whether the program’s objectives were achieved in order to carry out any corrective measures. Appendix 1 provides the self-completion questionnaire
Transitioning From Closed to Open Systems
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For example, to improve the health sector all nursing facilities should have sufficient number of health practitioners. This will increase the quality of
Understanding Nursing Theory
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Grand theory is composed of the abstract concept and substantially non-specific. This theory lacks the abstract proposition as well as operational definitions. Sometimes, conceptual model and
Research Critique, Part 2
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Stattin, Wändell & Törnkvist (2012) in Nurses’ preparedness to care for women exposed to Intimate Partner Violence: a quantitative study in primary health care directly uses human participants in their study to collect data (Sundborg, Saleh-Stattin, Wändell & Törnkvist,
Literature Search
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Even though patient physician communication is given high priority studies show that many patients do not the name of their doctors or the medicine that they receiving. Studies show that there is a clear difference
nursing image petition and call for action assignment
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The main theme of this show is to present the scientific discoveries regarding human sexual behavior, but unfortunately this show reveals the uncivilized mind of the mankind. In this show there is role of provost’s daughter,
Health Organization Case Study in the USA
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The author of the paper believes that there is still a concern over the notion that a large population does not receive adequate cover for health care provisions. He is sure that health care facilities within the nation are both operated and owned by distinct private enterprises. This has resulted in greater government expenses on healthcare sector.
Compare and Contrast 10 Cultural Death Rituals
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This paper provides a comparison and contrast of the similarities and differences in rituals and beliefs regarding death, dying of 10 cultures in the U.S.A and how these rituals could impact healthcare provision. The African Americans have death
Leadership in Health Care Organizations Practicum
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Integrity has always been my strongest virtue which was instilled in me from a very young age by my parents and I have always valued it. A few months ago, I was on night duty and the hospital had several accident victims brought in. It was a holiday and the hospital was short staffed. The procedure of the hospital is that patients are treated based on a triage system.
nursing theory
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The education for nurses also moved into the college and university setting, allowing for greater personal development through degreed programs. Additionally, nursing theories were developed in regards to how a patient was observed and interviewed, taking in a more
Nursing Research Criteria Qualitative Study
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Hospitals across the country have been suffering a wide range of problems related to poor hand hygiene. In this article authors assert that despite several research showing the significance of hand hygiene in controlling the nosocomial diseases in hospital there has been low response in embracing the idea.
portfolio
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These are representations of a learner in the healthcare sector (Timmins & Duffy, 2011). Different awards from the community, service, profession and academic hare also present in the
LITERATURE REVIEW
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doi: 10.1186/1471-2458-11-637. The aim of this study was to put in comparison two intercession approaches with reference to the observance of adult females to dietary modifications that are emphasized for the long lasting treatment and
reflection paper
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One of the long term goals recommended by the IMO is the improvement of the nursing education system (Ibid 2011). This improvement seeks to promote an academic progression indefinitely, for all the nurses. In addition, this is a move which is essentially a response
quantitative research
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It could be fair if the study was conducted in various regions uniformly across the Limpopo province. This is to ensure that there if uniform consideration of teenagers in the
Obtaining services within community
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Over the past several years, United Sates continues to witness a key transformation in the understanding of having a developmental disability,
Nursing Informatics- evidence-based practice and technology
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Optimizing the flow of patients in and out of the emergency room is significant because it affects the ability of medical professionals to deliver in the
Final exam
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The nursing theories are grand theories, mid-range theories and nursing practice theories. Just as their names suggests their applications occur at different levels depending on their similarities and differences. The key differences
Case Studies: Altered Hematology & Cardiovascular System
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The attending physician’s notes indicated a temp of 98 degrees F, an elevated heart rate and respiratory rate, and low blood pressure. Ms. A states,
Maternal & Child Health
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“In developing countries, mothers, children and young adults under the age of 15 make up about 65% of the population” (“Chapter 1 Maternal and child health: Introduction,” n.d.,
Nursing Research Article Review Worksheet
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Similarly, the fact that other sources are referenced and relevant data cited does not indicated that the article was peer reviewed or not; however, it does lend credence to the research methods that are carried out within the analysis. To what extent will music therapy be
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