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  • Leadership Styles in Nursing
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  • Nursing Theory: Foundation for Nursing as a Profession
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  • Integration of Evidenced Based Practice in Professional Nursing
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  • Leadership Roles in Nursing
    Leadership Styles in Professional Nursing Marybeth Kruszewski Chamberlain College of Nursing Transition to Professional Nursing NR351 Summer B 2010 Leadership Styles in Professional Nursing There are several leadership styles in professional nursing being implemented on a daily bases t...
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  • Integration of Evidence-Based Practice Into Professional Nursing Practice
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  • Developing Autonomous Practice in Mental Health Nursing
    This essay will focus on a case study of a patient with Schizophrenia, whom I cared for during my recent clinical specialist placement in a medium secure unit. The patient personal and psychiatric history would be given. The patient current psychological, sociological and physiological needs will be...
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  • Historical Timeline of Nursing Theorists
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  • Leadership Styles in Professional Nursing
    Chamberlain College of Nursing NRSG 351: Transitions in Professional Nursing Leadership Styles in Professional Nursing It has been noted that some individuals have great leadership qualities, but poor management skills. Also, the converse statement may be, a good manager is not always a good l...
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  • Nursing Theory and Medicine
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  • Quality Nursing Care
    NURSING EXAMPLE A Summary of Proposed Research Program for Master of Philosophy Title: The Delivery of Quality Nursing Care: A Grounded Theory Study of the Nurses' Perspective Abstract The purpose of this study is to explore and describe the delivery of quality nursing care from the perspective...
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  • Psychiatric Nursing
    III. INTRODUCTION From high to low. From mania to depression. From recklessness to listlessness. These are the extremes associated with bipolar disorder, a mental illness characterized by mood instability that can be serious and disabling. Bipolar disorder is also known as manic-depression...
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  • Nursing Shortage
    LaTeisha Hervey Nursing Shortage and the Shortage of Nursing Reduced HLAD 310 November 23rd 2010 Over the past few years, there has been a shortage of trained and experienced nurses. This sort of matter is a result to several institutes rejecting qualified nursing students from the health...
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  • Nursing
    The Future of Nursing Adrienne Blackmon Grand Canyon University: NRS-430V Professional Dynamics February 18, 2012 The report “Future of Nursing” was formulated by the committee on the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation at the Institute of Medicine (IOM). The committee devised four key m...
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  • Nursing Research Teenage Pregnancy Trend
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  • Key Strategies to Nursing Shortage
    Patrice M Garcia Chamberlain College of Nursing Online NR504 Dr. Bobbie Sue Withworth January 23, 2011 Leadership Vision A vision is an expression of a desired or passionate service one wants to achieve, which draws on ones innermost potential. It identifies what you are doing, why you are...
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  • What Is Nursing?
    Nursing is universal in the sense that nurses can be found almost in all countries around the world (Henderson, 1978). They are in the hospitals, in school clinics, in the community centres, residential homes and even play major roles in some of the popular soap operas in television. There are even...
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  • Effectiveness of 5’cs & Therapeutic Caring Model Rendered by Public Health Nurses: an Assessment for Nursing Care Model
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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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    Personal Philosophy of Nursing Melissa L. Fielding University Of Phoenix Personal Philosophy of Nursing A definition of a Philosophy is “when someone contemplates, or wonders, about something that serves as the blueprints or guides that incorporates each individual’s value and belie...
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