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...

      2137 Words | 10 Pages   Midwife, Nursing and Midwifery Council, Dressing (medical), General practitioner

  • 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...

      2608 Words | 8 Pages   Pressure ulcer, Ulcer (dermatology), British National Formulary, Pain

  • 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...

      2878 Words | 9 Pages   National Health Service (England), Medical prescription, Formulary (pharmacy), Adverse effect

  • Reflection on Nurses

    and I could work effectively. Treating people with care, respecting their individuality and their dignity is a fundamental part of our conduct as nurses (The Code 2008), therefore we introduced ourselves to Mr Jones and explained what we were going to do even though he did not seem to understand. As...

      1932 Words | 6 Pages   Anger, Nursing and Midwifery Council

  • Nurse Reflection

    verbal so that the message could be understood and do not break the nurse-patient communication. In my opinion, I evaluated that it does not a matter whether it was a patient-centred communication or task-centred communicationbecause both communication mentioned by McCabe (2004) actually doesinvolves...

      1294 Words | 7 Pages   Nonverbal communication

  • Reflection of experience as a student nurse

    School of Health & Social Care Reflection of experience as a Student Nurse Every student has their own experience as a college student that they will never forget in life. Just like me as a student nurse, I also have my own experience and that was exciting. In that time when I was...

      764 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Occupational Stress among Nurses Reflection Paper

     Occupational Stress among Nurses: A Reflections Paper Kat Soderstrom Elmhurst College Introduction Nursing is a demanding career and involves intrinsic decision making skills, commitment to patients, and long hours. It is both mentally and physically taxing. This topic was chosen to help...

      281 Words | 3 Pages   Health

  • Reflection on Practice - Graduate Nurse in Mental Health

    Reflection Seven Description: After working for nine months in acute mental health settings, I was allocated to go to a rehabilitation stream open ward with long-stay patients. Feelings: Initially I found the transition quite difficult as the style of nursing is markedly different in a rehabilitation...

      386 Words | 1 Pages  

  • Critical Reflection on One Nurse-Family Interaction

    Introduction This paper describes a significant learning family interaction that occurred when I was working in a community placement as a student nurse. I would be reflecting on that family interaction and use the “One Question Question” approach and analyse how this would contribute to your learning...

      2306 Words | 6 Pages   Grief, Psychotherapy, Adolescence, Diabetes mellitus type 2

  • critical reflection of the use of therapeutic groups during my nurse training

    “Mental health nurses must use skills and knowledge to facilitate therapeutic groups with people experiencing mental health problems and their families and carers.” (Nursing and Midwifery council, 2010a). Reflection is a skill that can be used to help nurses improve care by having a better understanding...

      3236 Words | 10 Pages   Cognitive behavioral therapy, Anorexia nervosa, Psychotherapy, Bipolar disorder

  • Electronic Prescribing

    Electronic Prescribing (ePrescribing) Introduction Electronic prescribing (ePrescribing) systems can help improve the safety and efficiency of healthcare by aiding the choice, prescribing, administration and supply of medicines. Electronic prescribing, often abbreviated to e-prescribing or “eRx”...

      1276 Words | 5 Pages   Patient safety, Computerized physician order entry, Compliance (medicine), Medical prescription

  • 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...

      2261 Words | 8 Pages   Seborrhoeic dermatitis, Medical prescription, Health care

  • Prescribing America

    Derek Fast Ms. Liles English 1010 November 15, 2014 Prescribing America America has had an overwhelming increase of amounts of prescriptions being handed out every year as seen in a quote by Dr. Joseph Mercola, “Death by medicine is becoming a 21st century epidemic.” In 2013 there were more deaths...

      610 Words | 3 Pages   Alprazolam, Heroin, Oxycodone, Adderall

  • Prescribing a Solution

    Morgen Lieske Mrs. Trahan DE English 101 5 December 2014 Prescribing a Solution A culture of solving problems with a pill hastily developed in the last two decades, threatening our nation’s health in major ways. Members of today’s society are more likely to address problems with some over the counter...

      1630 Words | 6 Pages   Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder predominantly inattentive, Stimulant, Mental disorder

  • Nurse

    In today’s speech, I was honored to hear that we were going to get to meet someone who won a Nobel Peace Prize, Jody Williams. She received this award in 1997 by her work to ban landmines through International Campaign since January of 2006 she has been working with the Nobel Women’s Imitative...

      287 Words | 1 Pages  

  • nurse

    raadha Ali Forensic 10/18/13 Criminal's should face consequences What is death penalty and is it worth giving it to criminals?Death penalty is punishing...

      509 Words | 2 Pages   Justice, Capital punishment, Crime, Punishment

  • Nurse

    a registered nurse I struggle with this. As registered nurses we want to do right by our patients, but then realize we also have to think of the greater good of the public. Privacy is held to be an individual fundamental right. According to American Nurses Association, “When the nurse learns personal...

      2346 Words | 6 Pages   Consequentialism, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Medical record, Ethics

  • Nurse

    the infants are care for by and managed by neonatologist who are RN's who uptained special training just for these infants. In the unit on hand is a nurse practitioner, inconjunction with a local pediatrician. The neonatologist will be the ones primarily responsible for monitoring the babies closely, taking...

      483 Words | 2 Pages   Continuous positive airway pressure, Neonatal intensive care unit, Positive airway pressure, Neonatology

  • Nurse

    explained in detail. | Impact of the IOM report on nursing education is accurately explained in detail as well as being insightful or offering thoughtful reflection. | | 20.0 %Impact of the IOM Report on Practice, Particularly in Primary Care | Impact of the IOM report on nursing practice, particularly in...

      1168 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Nurse

     Name of Drug Dosage, Frequency, Route Mechanism of Action Indication Contraindication Adverse Reaction Nursing Responsibility Generic Name: nalbuphine hydrochloride Brand Name: Nubain Classification: Analgesic, Adjunct to anesthesia Dosage: ...

      414 Words | 4 Pages   Nalbuphine, Opioid, Cephalosporin, Quinolone

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