Chin Kramer Nursing Essays and Term Papers

  • Theory of Nightingale

    For Analyzing Nursing Theory With the development of many nursing theories, there arises the need to sort through the various ideas and critically analyze the worth for the profession and for personal practice. Just as any ideas should be examined before blind acceptance, so should nursing theory. A critique...

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  • Critical Reflective Journal Summary

    and reflective practice becomes an important tool in Nursing Practice. Reflective writing through keeping a journal allows nurses to become more sensitive observers and encourages enquiry which focuses on the roles as well as direction of nursing (Holly, 1987). Through this professional journal writing...

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  • Johns Model of Reflection - Nursing

    will discuss an event that occurred during my residential placement as a nursing student, what I have learnt and how I would act if the situation arose again. Lastly, I will discuss what I have learnt in relation to the Nursing Council of New Zealand competencies for cultural safety and communication...

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  • Mode

    1. What is your stand/answer on the questions raised on whether nursing is a profession or an occupation? Justify your answer. Nursing has a broad worldview meaning. Nowadays, nursing as a profession or occupation is still on debate. Profession is way too different from occupation, why...

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  • bcng501

    I- Introduction to Theory 1. How does the Nursing Theory assist the practicing nurse in the delivery of care to patients? Explain your answer. Nursing theories are important to the lives of nurses because they help develop and understand further the nursing practice. These were formulated by the theorists...

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  • The Roy Adaptation Model

    advocated a single unified model of nursing and suggested this would insure stability of the discipline of nursing. They maintained concepts and propositions of other models could be combined in summary statements related to person, goals of nursing and the nursing process. According to Fawcett, this...

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  • Nueman Theory

    Williams SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE DEGREE OF MASTER OF SCIENCE IN NURSING AT NORTHWESTERN STATE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISIANA NURSING 5120-THEORY ORIENTED NURSING PRACTICE DR. PAMELA B. SIMMONS, PHD, RN MARCH 13, 2011 Criteria and Evaluation of the Neuman Systems...

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  • Master of Arts in Nursing

    FOR NURSING PRACTICE MODULE ONE INTRODUCTION TO THEORY Specific Objective: At the completion of Module 1, you will be able to: 1. Explain the development of the discipline of nursing 2. Discuss the metaparadigm of nursing 3. Discuss the nursing process ...

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  • Knowing and Knowledge

    and Knowledge It is suggested that there are five patterns of knowing and knowledge in nursing. A nurse must develop and balance all of these patterns of knowledge in order to be effective. As in all of nursing, nurses refine these patterns with experience and reflection throughout his or her career...

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  • None

    (Chinn & Kramer, 2011). The Knowledge should be challengeable, structured and applied (Carper, 1978). Nursing is not an exception. The following discussion will recognize various patterns of knowing focusing on Carper’s design as well as explore the empiricism and interpretative paradigms. Nursing is...

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  • Patterns of Knowing

    Explain the various patterns of knowing as they influence theory construction or development in nursing: In 1978, Barbara Carper identified four types of knowing in nursing. The first type is called empiric knowing and represents knowledge that is verifiable, objective, factual, and research based...

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  • Roles and Ways of Knowing

    with a graduate level education in nursing from an accredited college or university. Over the years, the APN has become a vital part of the healthcare team providing affordable, advanced care both in and out of the hospital setting. An APN has extended his/her nursing skills by not only past and present...

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  • Adaptation

    Adaptation of quantitative research instruments for Australian nursing practice environment Abstract Adaptation of quantitative research instruments is becoming a familiar practice as researchers aim for wider research outcome, applying an instrument in different contexts. Usually these adaptations...

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  • Mental Health Nursing

    change. This role is instrumental to the improvement of both patient safety and quality of outcomes. The American Association of the Colleges of Nursing [AACN, 2006], developed core competencies for all advanced practice nurses called the DNP Essentials (AACN, DNP Essentials, 2006). The DNP Essential...

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  • Nursing Philosophy, Model and Theory Discussion

    Nursing Philosophy, Model, and Theory Discussion NUR 403October 19, 2014 Introduction For the past four weeks, we have been learning about many different nursing theorists. In this paper, we will be discussing how the different nursing theorists have enhanced our views of the nursing process. We...

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  • Florence Nightingale

    Nursing Theorist Grid Theorist Selected: Florence Nightingale Description of Theory: Nightingale was the first to publish her theory in 1860 about the importance of the environment on the patient and healing.   The patient in connection with the environment, air, temperature, light, water...

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  • Winding Road to Success

    HCS/540 December 12, 2011 John Dean Winding Road to Success “Returning to graduate school is a major decision in one's professional life” (Kramer, 2007). From the time we start going to school, and as we go through our entire journey we start to realize that each step we take as we move forward...

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  • Roles and Ways of Knowing for Advanced Practicing Nurses

    interest in the role of psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner and describe how these defining concepts contribute to refining patient care and the nursing profession. Role of Scholarship The four components to scholarship that APNs have a significant role in are knowing, teaching, practice and service...

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  • Carper's Pattern of Knowing

    of Knowing Marianna Mantzorou 1, Dimos Mastrogiannis 2 1. RN, MSc, Lecturer, Department of Nursing Β΄, Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Athens, Greece 2. RN, MSc, Lecturer, Department of Nursing, Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Lamia, Greece Abstract Background: Τhe scientific...

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  • Assignment 2/Developing the Evidence Matrix/PICO

    of a urinary tract infection Evidenced Based Practice Models The Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence Based Practice Conceptual Model (JHNEBPCM) can be utilized in this area of focus as it comprises the foundations of nursing: practice, education, and research. There are three phases to this model known...

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