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A Quantitative Study of Nurse's Attitude toward Patient Advocacy Activities
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Critique: A Quantitative Study of Nurse's Attitude toward Patient Advocacy Activities Critique: A Quantitative Study of Nurse's Attitude toward Patient Advocacy Activities Introduction The present day nursing practitioner is supposed to be a well educated and informed person practicing her art on the basis of evidence based care.
The paper highlights how blood-borne nosocomial infections, particularly Hepatitis C (HPC) were inadvertently transmitted to unsuspecting patients’ in some Nevada based Practices’ exclusively due to the unethical practice of reusing medical equipment meant for single use. The reporting of the incidence lead to an epidemiological investigation in the year 2008 by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), which brought the focus on two Las Vegas Clinics, where gross violations of the recommended protocols for single-use equipment had resulted in tragic consequences for most patients’. The paper highlights how nursing practitioners at these facilities were compromised and unable to indulge in healthy procedures due to organizational hierarchical failures and pressures from the top. At the same time, the paper focuses on the issue as and when it has cropped up in the nursing profession worldwide and the implications on patient safety. The report reveals the bottlenecks and the obstacles which a nursing practitioner encounters when she tries to bring forth issues on patient safety. ...
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