• Organizational Change Plan
    require documentation of nursing interventions performed and evaluation of the care given to ensure and improve nursing care quality (Muller-Staub, 2009). In 2001, the MVAMC changed the paper-based nursing documentation system to computer based documentation. Electronic nursing documentation can facilitate...
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  • Barriers, challenges, and strategies to implementing evidence-based nursing practice (EBNP)
    institution of healthcare and its consumers (Brim & Schoonover, 2009). This essay will define EBP for nurses. The barriers, challenges and strategies to implementing evidence-based nursing practice (EBNP) will be discussed with reference to relevant and authoritative literature. As well, the relevance...
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  • Leadership and Management
    proposal was that menus were to be ordered electronically and emailed to the kitchen. For purposes of confidentiality, and to comply with Part 5 of the Nursing and Midwifery’s Code of Conduct (2004), the name of my practice area has been omitted and subsequently any other names or places have been changed/...
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  • Hcs 587 Electronic Patient Charting
    Electronic Patient Charting Implementation Kathleen M Lepley HCS/587 April 11, 2011 Jennifer Freel Electronic Patient Charting Implementation In today’s ever -changing health care system there is a need for constant updates...
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  • Evidence Based Practice
    Nursing is probably the most holistic health-related profession. It warrants the nurse to approach one’s practice in a manner that not only focuses on the health issues of the patient but rather encompassing the whole well being of the person. Which includes the physical and physiological, mental, psychosocial...
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  • Leadership and Management
    The implementation of the care of the dying policy at the writer’s area of practice involved the process of change. This involved the use of both leadership and management theories which are essential to increased effectiveness as supported by Moiden (2002). The change was a political one due to the...
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  • Evidence Based Practice
    Resistance and barriers to change…………………………………...15-16 Conclusion…………………………………………………………..16-17 References…………………………………………………………..18-24 Appendices………………………………………………………….25-26 Introduction This is essay is being written to identify and promote change in clinical practice in relation to nursing and evidence...
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  • The Mandate to Change the Prevailing Culture from Opinion-Based Practice to Evidence-Based Practice Has Influenced Models Designed as Decision –Making Approaches to Advance the Integration of Simulation Education
    integration of simulation education methods in higher education health professional programs, specifically among undergraduate and graduate education nursing programs. Simulation is one of the most rapidly growing strategies in clinical education and defining the best practices for dissemination is essential...
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  • Ecological Validity of Evidence-Based Practice in the Philippines
    decades had past and it is barely being established in the Philippine health care system. The purpose of this paper is to define EBP or evidence-based nursing (EBN) and explore its ecological validity in a developing country such as the Philippines. Evidence-based Practice Defined The most popular definition...
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  • Organizational Change
    address the need for EMR, barriers to change, factors that might influence implementation of an EMR, organizational readiness for the change, the theoretical model that relates to implanting EMRs, resources available to support the change, and methods used to monitor implementation of the EMR. THE NEED...
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  • Nursing Process
    The nursing process: A help or a hindrance to contemporary nursing practice. Introduction. The nursing process is the core for the nursing care plan and enables one to think like a nurse. It was based on the theory developed by Ida Jean Orlanda in 1950’s where she observed good and bad nursing...
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  • EVIDENCE BASED PRACTICE IN NURSING
    bright and effective. Most nurse researchers want their findings to contribute to nursing practice and there is growing interest among nurses in basing their practice on solid research evidence RESEARCH UTILIZATION IN NURSING The terms research utilization and evidence based practice are used synonymously...
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  • Organizational Plan Part I
    common, expensive, and are often preventable causes of inpatient morbidity and mortality (Stone et al, 2010). After careful review of literature, Nursing Practice Council (NPC) would like to change from daily soap and water baths to 2% chlorhexidine gluconate baths in critical care areas. Organizational...
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  • Transcultural Nursing
    Application of Nursing Theory Leininger’s Transcultural Theory The practice of nursing in today’s multicultural societies calls for nurses to identify and meet the cultural needs of diverse groups of people; to understand the social and cultural reality of the client, family, and community;...
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  • Evidence Based Practice-Nursing Administrative Challenges
    Administrative Challenges-Evidence Based Practice Background * Evidence Based Nursing started with Florence Nightingale. A firm believer in knowledge-based practice, she was a systematic thinker and passionate statistician, who believed in using the best possible research to elevate practice...
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  • Promoting Workplace Diversity
    opportunity to exhibit nursing leadership qualities in your clinical work. The effective Nurse leader use Leadership theory and principle to guide their actions, which am going to analyses in different scenario. Begins with a short “Leadership in Action” vignette of real-life nursing situation and contains...
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  • Organizational Change
    patient record, and elimination of physical storage of records. Barriers Organizational Barriers When making any change within an organization, the organization needs to prepare themselves for barriers to the proposed change. Some barriers within the organization could be undefined goals and objectives...
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  • Barriers of Research Utilization for Nurses
    divide: a survey of nurses’ opinions regarding barriers to, and facilitators of, research utilization in the practice setting Alison Margaret Hutchinson BAppSc, MBioeth PhD Candidate, Victorian Centre for Nursing Practice Research, School of Nursing, University of Melbourne, Australia Linda Johnston ...
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  • Adult Obesity: Application of Orem, King, and Pender's Conceptual Models
    NUR513—Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Adult Obesity: Application of Orem, King, and Pender's Conceptual Models Adult obesity is one of the United States most serious health problems. Approximately 127 million adult Americans in the U.S. are overweight (American Obesity Association, n. d.). "Each...
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  • Nursing Informatics
    Device Integration The concept of the call bell dates back to Florence Nightingale when she took the concept of the servant’s bell and applied it to nursing. She provided the soldiers with bells to rings if they needed her, thus the nurse call bell was born (Stokowski, 2008). Over the years, the nurse...
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