Nurse Prescribing Reflection Essays and Term Papers

  • Nurse Prescribing

    The aim of this assignment is to demonstrate the use of safe and effective prescribing in practice. I will achieve this by presenting and analysing a prescribing scenario which I have encountered in my current area of practice within a District Nursing Team. During the case study the patient...

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  • Nurse Prescribing

    assignment it is intended to present an example of a prescribing situation that arose in practice, to ensure prescribing issues are illustrated. The rationale for the decisions reached will also be discussed. A brief overview of the nurse prescribing initiative and how it developed will be addressed. The...

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  • Independent Prescribing Case Study

    Case Study for Independent Prescribing There are many definitions of Independent prescribing, the Department of Health (2006 para 7 & 8)) working definition is: ‘Independent prescribing is prescribing by a practitioner (e.g. doctor, dentist, nurse, and pharmacist) responsible and accountable...

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  • Prescribing in practice

    Critical analysis of prescribing episode Introduction The following assignment will discuss and analyse a prescribing episode, within practice, furthermore will outline safe prescribing from the Nurse Prescribing Formulary (NPF, 2013-2015).To be able to analyse and reflect on my new role as Community...

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  • Non-Medical Nurse Prescribing

    This paper will demonstrate the author’s ability to prescribe safely from the Nurse Prescribing Formulary (NPF 2009-2011). A prescribing situation undertaken by myself while supervised by my mentor will be discussed. The patients name, address, date of birth and GP details have been changed to ensure...

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  • the comparision between Clt and Alm

    Nurse Education Today, Volume 25, Issue 7, Pages 502-508 Approaches to teaching: current opinions and related research Published by Elsevier Maggi Banning , B.Sc. (Hons), M.Sc. PGDE, EdD, SRN, SCM. Approaches to Teaching The changing face of teaching has moved away from didacticism to learning...

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  • Disease Processes and Therapeutic Interventions

    PG Dip Advanced Nurse Practitioner Programme Level M Disease Processes and Therapeutic Interventions Reflective Essay This assignment focuses on a case study taken from the authors own clinical practice. The legal and professional responsibilities related...

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  • Non Prescriber Case Study-Post Mi

    CASE STUDY Introduction: This case study will describe how my prescribing skills were used to prescribe prophylactic treatment for a patient who had recently suffered from an acute myocardial infarction (MI). I am not yet qualified as an independent prescriber. Clinical Assessment: The patient...

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  • Jhons Reflection Abd Gibbs Reflection in Nursing Prectice

    who was of a non-British ethnic origin and spoke little English. A junior nurse visited her home to provide care but her attitude towards the patient has been discriminatory and abrupt, a situation that calls for serious reflection on the issues of racial discrimination at the clinical setting. The patient...

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  • Nursing: Essential Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes

    effective care to the clients, nurses must integrate knowledge, skills and attitudes to make sound judgement and decisions. This essay describes some of the essential knowledge, skills and attitudes of nursing and discusses why they are essential attributes of a competent nurse. Nursing knowledge and clinical...

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  • economics

    Path Chart Considering your interests and expectations, identify two career paths that suit your interests and abilities. Complete the chart and reflection questions based on your research of your chosen career paths. Potential Career Paths Career Information Career Path Option 1Nurse Practitioner...

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  • Chasing zero

     Chasing Zero Reflection Paper A simple hand wash can save lives. When health care workers fail to perform effectively and maintain the minimum safety measures, the consequences of that could be sever. After watching the documentary "Chasing Zero: Winning the War on Healthcare...

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  • Consulting Parents About the Use of Dexamethasone

    in that decision. These considerations will provide the background to the description of a discussion with parents about using dexamethasone, a reflection on that consultation and suggested changes to improve our practice. This will reflect many components of the Framework for Decision Making about...

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  • Reducing Prescription Errors Through Computerized Physician Order Entry System

    Zyrtec. These medication errors are very painful for doctors, as well as the patients. Nobody wants to make a mistake. Medication errors include prescribing the wrong drug or incorrect dosage or administering a drug at the wrong time or not at all. Most errors typically go undetected unless they led to...

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  • Optimal Practice in the Prescribing of Antibiotics for Respiratory Tract Infections

    OPTIMAL PRACTICE IN THE PRESCRIBING OF ANTIBIOTICS FOR RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTIONS | WHAT ARE THE BARRIERS AND FACILITATORS? | A Systematic Review of Guidelines, Prescribing Patterns and the Views of Prescribers and Patients.Thesis submitted in fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Master...

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  • Essay

    Assignment One Practice Incident Reflection NSB321 Identification of Feelings Whilst on my nursing practicum I was doing my afternoon medication rounds with my buddy RN and noticed that one of the medications that was due was not signed. I felt empowered that as a student I noticed this error as...

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  • Roper Logan and Tierney Care Planning

    (RLT) model of nursing. This essay will explore how the nursing model and process is implemented in practice, considering how the RLT model assists nurses to adapt a problem-solving technique when developing care plans for individuals. Strengths and limitations of the RLT model and the nursing process...

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  • Analysis of a Legislative Bill Related to Nursing Practice

    the best practices, including those in education, prevention, screening, tracking, monitoring and treatment to promote safe and responsible opioid prescribing and dispensing practices for acute and chronic pain with the goal of reducing diversion, abuse and addiction and protecting access for patients who...

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  • Nursing

    order to identify the role of the GP in relation to improving prescribing behaviour. The awareness of these often established beliefs is key for understanding behaviour and promoting change which can guide action towards more rational prescribing. Methods: A qualitative descriptive methodology was used with...

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  • Reflective Practice

    discuss how these have contributed to my development in practice. I have changed all the names used in this essay for confidential reasons (NMC, 2004). Nurses and other health care professionals are faced with challenging and unique situations in practice, by reflecting on these experiences it allows learning...

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