• The Nursing Shortage
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  • Historical Developments in Nursing Research
    Historical Developments in Nursing Research Tara Skeates University of Phoenix Issues and Strategies in Nursing Research Utilization BSN0499-NUR429 Dr. Mirella Brooks September 31, 2006 Historical Developments in Nursing Research Nursing as a profession has been witness to numerous changes
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  • The Performance of the Nursing Schools in the
    THE PERFORMANCE OF THE NURSING SCHOOLS IN THE PRC NURSING BOARD EXAMINATIONS A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the College of Nursing Our Lady of Fatima University In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor of Science in Nursing By Murielle Vissia O. Ramo
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  • Fundamentals of Nursing
    Fundamentals of Nursing- Theory hours: 90 Clinical hrs: 325 1. Introduction to Nursing: - Meaning of nursing - Definitions of nursing - Scope of nursing - Role of a nurse - Health Team - Aims of nursing in the hospital and community 2. Nursing Profession - Nursing as a p
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  • Trauma Nursing: Advanced Practice
    Trauma Nursing 1 Trauma Nursing: Advanced Practice Ted E. Dunn Nursing 1070: Introduction to Nursing Science Dr. Janet L. Grady Trauma Nursing 2 Statement of Purpose The role of trauma nurse practitioner (TNP) has been formed only in recent years. The purpose of this paper is
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  • Nursing Profession
    Nursing Profession The nurse's day on the ward starts with the ritual of a report. Much of the information shared is routine, often not relevant to care and potentially subjective. Identify a situation where you have either given or received the change of shift report. Introduction The nursing r
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  • Changes in Nursing
    Nursing has changed in a variety of ways over the years, but one of the most important transitions has been related to the increasing cultural diversity of the American population. In the article, Leininger's Transcultural Theory and Prayer; author D.E. Allyn expresses how prayer has benefit accordi
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  • Journals on Transcultural Nursing
    Journal of Transcultural Nursing Editor Marilyn “Marty” Douglas, DNSc, RN, FAAN Assistant Clinical Professor University of California, San Francisco Associate Editors Joyceen S. Boyle, PhD, RN, CTN, FAAN Professor, School of Nursing Medical College of Georgia Dula Pacquiao, EdD, RN, CTN Pr
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  • Nursing Delivery Care System
    Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1999, 29(3), 584±591 Integrative literature reviews and meta-analyses Primary nursing: a mode of care or a philosophy of nursing? David Pontin PhD RN RSCN RHV Senior Lecturer ± Health Studies Research, Institute of Health Studies, University of Plymouth, Somers
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  • Nursing: Essential Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Nursing: Essential Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes Introduction Nursing Is Not Just a Collection of Tasks. to Provide Safe and Effective Care to the Clients, Nurses
    THEORY OF SKILL ACQUISITION BY HUBERT AND STUART DREYFUS Sam Sedaei One of the major aspects of traditional epistemology, and its manifestation in artificial intelligence research and the philosophy of mind is its emphasis on the formal system of deduction and premises and propositional knowle
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  • Nursing: Lifting, Transferring and Positioning of Patients
    Nursing: Lifting, Transferring and Positioning of Patients Lab Report Student No. {xxxxxxxxx} Group No. {x} Marker's Name: {xxxxx xxxxxxxx} ABSTRACT Lifting, transferring and positioning of patients is frequently undertaken by nurses on each working day. This is necessary for patient comfort, m
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  • Nursing Ethics and Malpractice
    INTRODUCTION In every nurse's career, the nurse is faced with many legal or ethical dilemmas. One of the professional competencies for nursing states that nurses should " integrate knowledge of ethical and legal aspects of health care and professional values into nursing practice". It is imp
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  • Alzheimers Disease, Nursing
    Nursing Care and Understanding of Alzheimer Disease Introduction Loss of memory, forgetfulness, personal change, even death, are common related disorders caused by a disease called Dementia or better known to most people as Alzheimer's disease. This disease is the fourth leading cause of deat
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  • Starting a Church Based Nursing Home Ministry
    ORGANIZING THE CHURCH FOR MINISTRY While the major thrust of this manual is to help Christians in a nursing home ministry, this final part enlarges the scope a bit to help churches organize to meet the needs of elderly people both inside and outside of nursing homes. This part is adapted from
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  • Complexity Theory as Applied to Nursing
    Complexity Theory as Applied to Nursing, 2005 Abstract Many conventional ideas about the world we live in have been shaken to their foundations by the emerging concepts of chaos and complexity. Insights are now being gained from the application of complexity theory into phenomena varying in s
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  • Reflections in Nursing
    Running Head: SANTOS A Reflection Paper on Various Nursing Roles NU420 Trends in Nursing College of Nursing and Health Sciences A Reflection Paper on Various Nursing Roles Introduction As an individual reaches the stage where they come to a decision about what they want to be in life,
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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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  • Nursing Labor Movement
    Introduction to the American Labor Movement: Dating back to the beginning of the industrial revolution, the American Labor movement in the United States began its existence due to poor working conditions and exploitation during the beginning of that time. Labor unions in the United States today f
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  • Comfort Care Theory/Nursing
    Comforting the Neonate; application of the Comfort Care Theory Introduction An anonymous author once said, "In the last stages of a final illness, we need only the absence of pain and the presence of family." The comfort care theory by Katharine Kolcaba exemplifies this by creating a baseline 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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