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Medication administration via enternal tubes, a survey of nurses practices
Pages 8 (2008 words)
CRITIQUING A NURSING RESEARCH ARTICLE: MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION VIA ENTERAL TUBES, A SURVEY OF NURSES’ PRACTICES Introduction The scope of nursing profession is characterized by a degree of care that needs to be exercised when handling patients. Availability of varieties of options to different cases of practice therefore defined a practitioner’s freedom of choice on the approach to use.
The report was authore by Nicole Margaret who is a PhD holder, a lecturer and administrator at Deakin University, and Ruth Endacott, a professor at Monash University. This paper seeks to analyze the nursing research article. The paper will look into benefits of ‘evidence-based’ practice in the scope of nursing profession and then review the research article. Why evidence based practice is important in nursing Evidence based practice is important to all stakeholders in the scope of nursing. Patients are one of the categories of stakeholders that enjoy the benefits of ‘evidence-based’ practice. As beneficiaries of healthcare and with the precision in diagnosis, prescriptions and recommendations that are prompted by ‘evidence-based’ practice, the patients stands to benefit from higher quality healthcare services (Polit and Beck 1. P. 34- 36). Evidence based practice also enhances patients’ confidence in the offered services based on the belief that the personnel are competent and would only use the practice for a good cause. Development of ‘evidence-based’ practice has also induced higher level of proficiency among nurses by keeping them informed. ...
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