• Master of Arts in Nursing
    THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK 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....
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  • Johns Model of Reflection - Nursing
    Summative Communication & Cultural Safety Reflection | | | Following an adaption of Johns’ model of structured reflection (Jasper, 2003), I will discuss an event that occurred during my residential placement as a nursing student, what I have lear...
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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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  • Nursing Assistant
    south carolina NURSe aide Candidate Handbook April 2010 QUICK REFERENCE TABLE OF CONTENTS PRINT sEarch DocuMEnt Stock #0741-00 4/10 QuiCk referenCe NACES Plus FouNdAtioN, iNC. South Carolina NNAAP™ 7600 Burnet Road, Suite 440 Austin, TX 78757-1292 (800) 273-3517 Fax: 1 (86...
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  • Mental Health Aspects of the Thesis Writing Experience in Nursing
    Mental Health Aspects of the Thesis Writing Experience in Nursing by © 2001 - 2011 ~ June Kaminski, MSN PhD(c) Introduction A Master's degree prepares nurses for advanced practice roles, including the management and delivery of primary health care, case management, education and administrati...
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  • Critical Care Nursing
    Vbg Intensive and Critical Care Nursing Article in Press, Corrected Proof - Note to users http://www.sciencedirect.com/science doi:10.1016/j.iccn.2011.01.001 | How to Cite or Link Using DOI Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd All rights reserved. |   Permissions & Reprints | O...
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  • Family Health Nursing
    Family Health Nursing Paper Introduction The family, what can be more important to an individual than ones own family? "Families serve as the basic social unit of society." (Stanhope & Lancaster, 2004, p. 563) This paper will discuss the family, its importance for nurses, how the family has change...
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  • Nursing Care for Femural Fracture
    Introduction As Donahue (1996) writes, the origin of the words "nurse" and "nursing" are varied, and shift in meaning as reflected in the perception of nursing's role in health care and in society. From nursing's earliest Latin derivative from nutrire, "to nourish," and nurse, nutrix, meaning "n...
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  • Concept of Nursing
    * CONCEPT OF TEACHING LEARNING EDUCATION PROCESS JOURNAL ( INTERNATIONAL) STRATEGIES TO REDUCE BARRIERS TO RECRUITMENT AND PARTICIPATION Margaret Pribulick, RN, MS, PhD1* Ishan Canty Willams, PhD2 Pamela Stewart Fahs, RN, DSN3 1Clinical Instructor, Decker School of Nursing, Binghamton...
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  • Leadership and Management in Nursing
    Abstract The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of management and leadership in nursing profession based on scenario of Ms. J who is nurse manager in intensive care unit (ICU). Ms. J has been a nurse for 25 years in current hospital and she has over ten years’ experience as nurse man...
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  • Nursing Theorists
    Myra estrin levine The nursing profession is continuously evolving and dynamic. Ever since Florence Nightingale started writing her notes on nursing, more theories and models about the nursing profession flourished during the last decade; one of these is Myra Levine’s Conservational Theory whic...
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  • The Image of Nursing
    Nursing is basically a scientific profession with a widespread vision, where nurses care for the physical needs of the people at the same time satisfies their emotional, psychological, and intellectual as well as social and spiritual demands. These Nurses though get professional training but apart f...
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  • Nursing Care Plan
    Experience posting in Bau District Hospital By lyon Mackenzie About 14 out of 29 nursing student from first year Batch 2009/2010 have been posted to Bau district Hospital for MDJ1073-Concepts and Practices of Basic Nursing Practicum subject. This course was coordinated by Madam Chang Chin Thong. T...
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  • Nursing Is Caring
    INRODUCTION Nursing can be defined in many differing ways. Peoples’ perceptions of a nurse is one that, the Nurse works within a hospital ward, helping those who are physically ill become well. However, The International Council of Nursing (2007) defines nursing as a self governing unit working...
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  • Obstetrics Nursing Assessment
    1. Diagnosis: Risk for injury r/t bleeding from uterine atony, retained placental fragments, lacerations, or hematoma. Short term goal: Patient will not experience any excessive bleeding & Patient will verbalize an understanding about warning signs of excessive bleeding Long term goal: Patie...
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  • Fundamentals of Nursing
    Fundamentals of Nursing 1. She is the first one to coin the term “NURSING PROCESS” She introduced 3 steps of nursing process which are Observation, Ministration and Validation. A. Nightingale B. Johnson C. Rogers D. Hall 2. The American Nurses association formulated an innovation of...
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  • Nursing Case Study
    Medical and History J.T. is a 67 year old African American female, born on February 17, 1944. She is a New Jersey native who is widowed and has two children, one boy and one girl. She has a large family in New Jersey but was brought to Virginia by her son once she fell ill. Her practicing religio...
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  • Nursing
    The Power of Therapeutic Touch Derived from several ancient healing practices, therapeutic touch is based on the theory of human energy fields - every person has an energy field that surrounds the entire body. During therapeutic touch treatment, practitioners use their hands, without actually touc...
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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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