Nurse Patient Conversation Essays and Term Papers

  • Cholesterol: A Patient Conversation

    Cholesterol: A Patient Conversation Name SC121 October 27, 2014 Hello Mr. Brown, My name is Jane and I am your PA today otherwise known as a Physician’s Assistant. The doctor had ordered some test for you and I am going to go over your results and explain to you what each of them mean. If you have...

      1168 Words | 2 Pages   Cholesterol, Statin, Diabetes mellitus type 2, High-density lipoprotein

  • nurse not see the patient

    [Name of paper] [Instructor's name] [Date submitted]� Personal and Organizational Ethics One nurse in particular used to start her day with six or seven patients. In the morning, she would see the patients as she was supposed to, but as it got closer to five o'clock, if she was not going to be done...

      795 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Nurse-Patient Relationship

    this assignment is to demonstrate how Peplau's concept of the nurse-patient relationship can be used to influence an incident in practise. I have chosen to focus on the nurse-patient relationship, as I am in the early stages of my adult nurse training and I feel it would be beneficial to understand this...

      2040 Words | 5 Pages   Urinary tract infection, Nursing

  • Nurse Patient Communication

    Nurse Patient Communication According to the article, “Nurse-Patient Communication Barriers in Iranian Nursing” (Anoosheh et al, 2009) communication is one of the basic social needs of human beings. This article is the description of a study done to better understand the barriers that inhibit nurse-patient...

      318 Words | 1 Pages   Health care, Contentment, Risk, Patient

  • nurse-patient language

    RUNNING HEAD: EFFECTIVE AND CARING LANGUAGE: NURSES’ DUTY 1 Nurse-Patient Conversation: Who Goes Up/Down To Whom? Lester M. Franco Ateneo de Manila University EFFECTIVE AND CARING LANGUAGE: NURSES’ DUTY ...

      4688 Words | 26 Pages   Communication accommodation theory, Health care, Communication

  • nurse not see the patient

    [Name of paper] [Instructor's name] [Date submitted]� Personal and Organizational Ethics One nurse in particular used to start her day with six or seven patients. In the morning, she would see the patients as she was supposed to, but as it got closer to five o'clock, if she was not going to be done...

      795 Words | 3 Pages  

  • The Nurse Patient Relationship

    Nurse Patient Relationship   Nurse-patient relationship According Cutliffe and McKenna (2005), research, theoretical and educational literature on interpersonal relations between nurses and patients has proliferated since the 1960s.  This has generated a range of divergent accounts of what the...

      2400 Words | 8 Pages   Recovery approach, Psychiatric and mental health nursing, Beck Depression Inventory, Health care

  • Nurse-Patient Relationship

    Running head: Nurse-Patient Relationship 1 Nurse-Patient Relationship as a caring relationship Abra Nayo Central Connecticut State University Nursing 110-01: Introduction to Nursing Theories Dr. Linda Wagner ...

      501 Words | 2 Pages   Health

  • The Nurses Role in Patient Advocacy

    shared human experience. The nurses primary roles of promoting health, preventing illness, restoring health and alleviating suffering places the nurse in a position to always remain an advocate for their patient. A scenario has been created in which a terminally ill patient has asked the doctor about alternative...

      1366 Words | 4 Pages   Alternative medicine, Physician, Patient advocacy, Medical ethics

  • Nurse to Patient Ratio

    Nurse To Patient Ratio Medtech College Ethics August 16, 2010 The past decade has been a turbulent time for US hospitals and practicing nurses. News media have trumpeted urgent concerns about hospital understaffing and growing hospital nurse shortage. Nurses nationwide consistently report that...

      2323 Words | 6 Pages   Patient safety, Joint Commission, Nursing, Medical error

  • Nurse Ratio to Patient

    another and from one set of patient circumstances to another. A ‘model of care’ is a multifaceted concept, which broadly defines the way health services are delivered (Queensland Health 2000). Waikato Health Board (2004) defines model of care as outlines best practice patient care delivery through the...

      391 Words | 1 Pages   Health care, Nursing, Health system, Hospital

  • Importance of Nurse Patient Relationship

    Watson defined therapeutic nurse-patient relationship as “a helping relationship that’s based on mutual trust and respect, the nurturing of faith and hope, being sensitive to self and others, and assisting with the gratification of your patient’s physical, emotional, and spiritual needs through your...

      1817 Words | 5 Pages   Health literacy, Informed consent, Medical ethics, Health

  • Nurse Patient Relationship

    Top of Form Bottom of Form Nurse Patient Relations Nurse Patient Relationship Nurse-patient relationship According Cutliffe and McKenna (2005), research, theoretical and educational literature on interpersonal relations between nurses and patients has proliferated since the 1960s. This has generated...

      2337 Words | 6 Pages   Recovery approach, Psychiatric and mental health nursing, Beck Depression Inventory, Health care

  • Nurse-to-Patient Ratios

    (2002). Minimum nurse-to-patient ratios in acute care hospitals in California. Health Affairs, 21(5), 53-64. Retrieved from http://content.healthaffairs.org/content/21/5/53.full.html In the article, Coffman, Seago, and Spetz (2002) questioned that mandating minimum nurse-to-patient ratios could...

      564 Words | 2 Pages   Nursing shortage, Mental disorder, Burnout (psychology), Nursing

  • Therapeutic Nurse-Patient Relationship

    Aquinas University Graduate School Legazpi City Advanced Psychiatric Nursing 2 Topic: Therapeutic Nurse-Patient Relationship * Nurse-Patient Communication * Nurse-Patient Relationship * Stages of Development of a Therapeutic Relationship * Nursing Process...

      1462 Words | 7 Pages   Countertransference, Psychiatric and mental health nursing, Transference, Psychotherapy

  • Nurse to Patient Ratio

    Mandatory Hospital Nurse-To Patient Ratio in the Healthcare Field (Professor/Instructor) November 07, 2011 Mandated nurse-to-patient ratios are a controversial topic in healthcare. In this practice, state laws are established that require a certain level of staffing within a particular unit...

      3805 Words | 10 Pages   Hospital-acquired infection, Compliance (medicine), Health insurance, Medicare (United States)

  • Increased Nurse Patient Ratios

    issues discused in this article are pertinent not just to nuring professionals but potential patients as well , which means eveyone. The general consensus seems to be divided into two camps ; the nurses and the administration. While both sides have adamant arguments for their points it is imperitive...

      669 Words | 2 Pages   Nursing, Health administration, Health care provider, Health care

  • Safe Nurse to Patient Ratios

    Finding Safe Nurse to Patient Ratios Augsburg College Abstract Determining nurse-to-patient ratios in nursing facilities remains a challenge for the nursing profession. Two main staffing methods that are currently used in most nursing facilities are staffing by patient acuity using...

      2216 Words | 6 Pages   Licensed practical nurse, Health care in the United States, Patient safety, Nursing

  • Nurse -to - Patient Ratios

    The Effects of Working over the Nurse-to-Patient Ratios Emily Contreras Fresno Pacific University Advanced Academic Research and Composition Com 342 Linda Pryce-Sheehan March 22, 2013 The Effects of Working over the Nurse-to-Patient Ratios Hospital administrators need to work collaboratively...

      289 Words | 1 Pages   Nursing shortage

  • The Impact of Nurse Staffing on Patient Outcomes

    The Impact of Nurse Staffing on Patient Outcomes Kelly Adams McCann Drexel University The Impact of Nurse Staffing on Patient Outcomes When my daughter was in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) 11 years ago, I was I was blissfully ignorant of patient-to-nurse ratios and budget constraints...

      1225 Words | 4 Pages   Patient safety, Health care in the United States, Neonatal intensive care unit, Licensed practical nurse

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