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  • Interprofessional Collaboration: a Vital Element of Patient Care
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  • Nursing Education Practice
    Hawai’i State Center for Nursing Nursing Education and Practice: Building Partnerships to Ensure a Stable Nursing Workforce in Hawai’i Written by Sandra A. LeVasseur Associate Director, Research Hawaii State Center for Nursing February 2006 Nursing Education and Practice: Building Partn
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  • Community Nursing
    Introduction Throughout this piece the writer will discuss the fundamentals of nursing (primary,secondary and tertiary care) when assessing Mr Murphy who is a seventy two year old gentleman recently discharged home from hospital on oxygen, post an exacerbation of his chronic lung disease. The as
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  • Journals on Transcultural Nursing
    Journal of Transcultural Nursing Editor Marilyn “Marty” Douglas, DNSc, RN, FAAN Assistant Clinical Professor University of California, San Francisco Associate Editors Joyceen S. Boyle, PhD, RN, CTN, FAAN Professor, School of Nursing Medical College of Georgia Dula Pacquiao, EdD, RN, CTN Pr
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  • Integration of Evidenced Based Practice in Professional Nursing
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  • Family Effects on Nursing
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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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  • Nursing Paper on Patient Abuse
    Essentially, the term abuse is an issue facing the nursing profession today. Many unreported cases of encountered verbal and physical abuse have been found to be ample in acute and complex care settings. These cases are amongst professional individuals (nurse-nurse and nurse-physician abuse) and als
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  • Nursing Theory in Professional Practice
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  • Nursing Delivery Care System
    Journal of Advanced Nursing, 1999, 29(3), 584±591 Integrative literature reviews and meta-analyses Primary nursing: a mode of care or a philosophy of nursing? David Pontin PhD RN RSCN RHV Senior Lecturer ± Health Studies Research, Institute of Health Studies, University of Plymouth, Somers
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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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  • Impact of Parental Involvement in the Academic Performance of 4th Year Nursing Students Sy 2010-2011
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  • Effects of Rpg on the Care Rendered by Level 3 Nursing Students in a Selected School at Quezon City
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION During my college years, in the time where it was an utmost importance and a necessity to belong to a group or a “clique”, we would always try to find people to connect with and share our new experiences not only in the field of nursing bu
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  • Defining the Nursing Profession
    Nursing: Defining the Profession The definition of nursing has evolved since the introduction of the definition by the American Nurses Association in 1980. In that year, the ANA, in their Social Policy Statement, published their official definition of nursing. According to the American Nurses As
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  • Preference for a Learning Environment and Academic Performance of Students in a Selected College of Nursing
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM Introduction Learning environment refers to the physical characteristics of the surroundings of the students when learning. These may vary depending on environmental elements such as sound, light, temperature, and design (Tenedero, 2009). Sound is the first element of the
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  • Nursing
    Nature of the Work Registered nurses (RNs), regardless of specialty or work setting, treat patients, educate patients and the public about various medical conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients' family members. RNs record patients' medical histories and symptoms, help perf
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  • Critical Care Nursing
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  • Transactional Leadership in Nursing
    Transformational Vs. Transactional Leadership In Professional Nursing Introduction Leadership development in the nursing profession is important because it directly impacts the care that is delivered to clients. Transactional and Transformational leadership styles are two very different methods
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  • Accountibility in Nursing
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