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  • Nursing Case Study
    Introduction In nursing there are some Fundamental patterns of knowing that help nurses in making informed decisions when in practice (Estabrooks 2005). Barbara Carper identifies the four basic patters of knowing; empiric as the science of nursing, aesthetic as the art of nursing, personal knowledg
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  • Leadership in Nursing
    Case scenario 2. It was a busy evening shift in your ward. Your medication round is behind time and you wanted to speed up the process. You place each patient’s pills in a cup and then, one at-a-time, handed the cup to a student in the medication room to take to the patient. Each of the patients
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  • Nursing Leadership
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  • Leadership Case Study
    Communicating Planned Change: A Case Study of Leadership Credibility A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of Drexel University By Stephanie S. Gradwell in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy June 2004 @ Copyright 2004 Stephanie S. Gradwell. All Rights R
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  • Nursing Leadership Styles
    Running head: LEADERSHIP STYLES Leadership Styles Nursing leadership styles have changed over time as leadership theories have developed (Marquis & Hutson, 2009). The 1900’s brought about many theories and theorists on leadership and management styles. The new century has also brought ne
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  • Leadership Styles in Nursing
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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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  • Leadership in Nursing
    The aim of this essay is to identify a significant event from the authors clinical practice where there was an issues relating to the management and leadership of the nursing and health care team. Appropriate management and leadership theories will be used to support the issues which would b
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  • Leadership and Management in Nursing
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  • Nursing Process and Clinical Decision Making
    Nursing Process and Clinical Decision-Making The nursing professional faces a myriad of decisions on a daily basis. The effectiveness of the decision-making process is crucial to ensuring positive outcomes in the clinical setting. If the nursing process is misunderstood or misapplied to the decis
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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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  • Multisystem Case Study
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  • Journals on Transcultural Nursing
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  • Exploring Corporate Strategy - Case
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  • Intussesception Scenario
    Case scenario: Intussesception A young mother presents to your examining room with her 7-month old son, Tommy, at 10:30 in the morning. She reports Tommy has been crying since about 3:00 am that morning. He cries inconsolably for awhile then appears content for about 10 minutes. About 1 hour
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  • Nursing Finance
    Generally Accepted Principles of Accounting as Related to Nursing Larry J. Pitts, RN, ADN, MA HCS 571 September 5, 2011 Ralph Gigliotti Generally Accepted Principles of Accounting as Related to Nursing Few people realize what a momentous occasion July 30, 1965 is in relation to American
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  • Abuse in Nursing Homes - Essay
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  • A Case for Change
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