• Abstract on Nursing and Midwifery Council
    Abstract BACKGROUND: The United Kingdom and the United States are among several developed countries currently experiencing nursing shortages. While the USA has not yet implemented policies to encourage nurse immigration, nursing shortages will likely result in the growth of foreign nurse immigrat...
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  • Nursing Theory and Medicine
    Running head: NURSING THEORY Nursing Theory and Medicine Kelli M. Simmons DeVry University Chamberlain on Line RN to BSN Abstract In nursing today not only is it important for the nurse to be aware of what one believes but also why one believes it in order to become a better nurse. In devel...
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  • Nursing Shortage
    Running head: NURSING SHORTAGE Nursing Shortage Lori Jay Augsburg College Nursing 330: Trends and Issues in Nursing Abstract The nursing shortage that the United States is facing today is quite different from the nursing shortages in the past. Some of the differences that make this shortag...
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  • Nursing Shortage
    Cause and Effects of the Nursing Shortage Abstract The nursing shortage is a growing concern for the nation. The aging population is causing more demand for qualified healthcare professionals. At the same time, healthcare professionals are retiring faster than they can be replaced. This sh...
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  • To Disclose or to Not Disclose: Nursing and the Ethics of Nondisclosure in the Dying Patient
    To Disclose or To Not Disclose: Nursing and the Ethics of Nondisclosure in the Dying Patient Kally L. Price Samuel Merritt University Abstract In nursing, the practice of nondisclosure is an ethical issue that calls into question the founding principles of trust, integrity, and autonomy in t...
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  • Effectiveness of 5’cs & Therapeutic Caring Model Rendered by Public Health Nurses: an Assessment for Nursing Care Model
    EFFECTIVENESS OF 5’Cs & THERAPEUTIC CARING MODEL RENDERED BY PUBLIC HEALTH NURSES: AN ASSESSMENT FOR NURSING CARE MODEL A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the College of Nursing Lipa City Colleges Lipa City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course Bachelor of Science...
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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing
    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Nursing is a profession that I aspired to be a part of because nurses represent the very core of love, compassion, and caring. When I began working as a Supervisor in a Skilled Nursing Facility, I then developed my personal philosophy and set of values regarding nursi...
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  • Do Resuscitate Status: a Legal and Ethical Challenge for Nursing
    Do Resuscitate Status: A Legal and Ethical Challenge for Nursing Shawn Wolkart Senior Integrative Seminar Spring A semester, 2010 University of Saint Mary Abstract A status of do resuscitate in those critically ill patients may result in a slow code. A slow code is a situation whe...
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  • Curriculum Commitee in Nursing
    INTRODUCTION The term curriculum is derived from the Latin world ‘(currere) which means run. This curriculum is runway for attaining the goal s of education. Curriculum may be considered as the blue print of an educational programme. It is the base on education on which the teaching – learning...
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  • The Importance of Language for Nursing
    SCHOLARLY PAPER THE IMPORTANCE OF LANGUAGE FOR NURSING: DOES IT CONVEY COMMONALITY OF MEANING AND IS IT IMPORTANT TO DO SO Sonia Allen, RN, RM, Grad Dip Hlth Sc (Community), BHSM, MACS, PhD Candidate, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Gippsland Ca...
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  • Concepts of the Discipline of Nursing
    Concepts Central to the Discipline of Nursing In order to critically examine the concepts central to the discipline of nursing it is important to clarify my understanding of what constitutes a discipline. Nursing literature has led me to understand that a discipline can be, in simple terms, thought...
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  • Nursing Burnout
    Doris Adu Maximizing Opportunities and Maintaining Excitement in Nursing Professional Development Kent State University Abstract Staff nurses have great responsibilities in caring for patients. Often, these nurses experience heavy workload. Heavy patient load and stress contributes to burnout....
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  • Teaching Ability of Clinical Instructors and Performance of Nursing Students
    TEACHING ABILITY OF THE CLINICAL INSTRUCTORS AND PERFORMANCES OF NURSING STUDENTS IN NCM 104 A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the College of Nursing John Paul II College of Davao Davao City In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing by...
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  • The Effects of Staffing Levels on Nursing Quality and Care
    The Effects of Staffing Levels on Nursing Quality and Care In recent years, the healthcare industry has seen a significant decline in the quality of patient care it provides. This has been the result of reduced staffing levels, overworked nurses, and an extremely high nurse to patient ratio. Th...
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  • Perception of Plp Level I Nursing Student on Taking the Nursing Aptitude Test as Basis for Selective Retention Program
    PERCEPTION OF PLP LEVEL I NURSING STUDENT ON TAKING THE NURSING APTITUDE TEST AS BASIS FOR SELECTIVE RETENTION PROGRAM A Thesis Proposal Presented to College of Nursing and School of Midwifery In partial fulfillment Of the requirements for Nursing Research I By: Mark R. Antolin Ca...
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  • Nursing Transition
    Varying Roles of Nurses and Their Effects on the Decisions to Become a Nurse Cinnamon M. Komorek Daytona State College Abstract This paper explores the opinions of what a nurse really does and the contributions that I can make to the nursing profession. The question of what my goals are and h...
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  • History of Chinese Nursing
    History of Nursing in China SUNY Delhi NURS-300: Professional Issues of nursing June 11, 2011 Abstract The history of nursing in China did not start until the 19th century. Modern nursing was introduced into China as part of the westernization in to Chinese culture. In this paper I will di...
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  • Nursing
    Nurses Without Borders: The History of Nursing as U.S. International History Julia F. Irwin University of South Florida Abstract. During World War I and its aftermath, thousands of U.S. nurses put their domestic careers on hold to work overseas. Many volunteered in the wake of war and disaster....
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    A RESEARCH STUDY ON FACTORS LEADING TO INCREASED CONSUMPTION OF ILLICIT BREW AMONG PEOPLE LIVING IN MUGURU VILLAGE DISTRICT : IMENTI SOUTH LOCATION : NDAMENE SUB-LOCATION : MUGURU VILLAGE : MUGURU NAME : JACINTA WANJIRU INDEX NO. : 63153K...
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  • Nursing
    Graph Assignment Lachandra Gums University of Phoenix Nursing HCS/438-Statistical Applications K. S. Harris PhD 1/24/2011 (Health, 2011) * Type of Chart: Line Chart This particular line chart represents adults that are 65 years old or older and if they received a flu shot in the p...
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