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  • Nursing theories related to a home environment
    NURSING THEORIES RELATED TO A HOME ENVIRONMENT Abstract This paper explores six published articles containing information about three nursing theories and how to integrate them into improving care and how they will work symbolically to provide better care for the elderly...
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  • Delivery Room
    Should Your Husband be in the Delivery Room? * 13 * Email * RSS * * Ranked #182 in Health, #3,953 overall Ads by Google Father's Day Cards Beautiful cards for Dad. Add photos. Email or print. Start now. www.Smilebox.com/FathersDay I can tell you exactly where your wif
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    Upright vs. Recumbent Maternal Position During First Stage of Labor Am Fam Physician. 2010 Feb 1;81(3):285-286. Clinical Question During the first stage of labor, what is the effect of maternal positioning on duration of the first stage of labor, type of delivery, maternal satisfaction,...
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  • Legal Nursing
    Richelle A. Chiongson, RN March 18, 2013 LEGAL PROBLEMS IN NURSING 1.  Describe three (3) instances in which the conduct of the professional nurse (with regards to the treatment of patients)might be a cause for possible criminal charges.   a. Art. 253. Giving assistance to s
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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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  • Journal of Advanced Nursing
    JAN ORIGINAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING The role of advanced practice nurses in knowledge brokering as a means of promoting evidence-based practice among clinical nurses Kate Gerrish, Ann McDonnell, Mike Nolan, Louise Guillaume, Marilyn Kirshbaum & Angela Tod Accepted for publicat
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  • Family Health Nursing
    Family Health Nursing Charles Mertz University of Phoenix Concepts of Family Nursing Theory NUR 464 Glenda Tali, MSN, RN Aug 08, 2006 Family Health Nursing With rapid changes in healthcare, increasing cost, the overall demand for and limit of medical care, and decreasing capability of
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  • Nursing Shortage; Recruitment and Retention
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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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  • Staffing Injuries in Nursing Homes
    Team A reviewed the four papers that accounted for each team members' week one paper and unanimously chose Rachael's paper on injuries that occur on the job in Nursing Homes. In the original article that Rachael's paper was written about, it clearly states research has been done supporting the fact
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  • Advanced Nursing Practice
    “Advanced nursing practice is the deliberative diagnosis and treatment of a full range of human responses to actual or potential health problems.” (Calkin, 1984). Advanced nurse practitioners attempt to maximize the use of knowledge and skills and improve the delivery of nursing and health care
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  • Nursing - Compassion Versus Technology
    “In an age where the scientific and the technological are weighed heavily (and often favourably) in human progress, the need to emphasize the humanizing ingredient of compassion . . . is urgent.” (Roach 1987, p.61) This essay will disagree with the following statement. Science, technology an
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  • All About Nursing
    17th century St. Louise de Merillac Sisters of Charity • 1633 - The founding of the Sisters (or Daughters) of Charity, Servants of the Sick Poor by Sts. Vincent de Paul and Louise de Merillac. The community would not remain in a convent, but would nurse the poor in their homes, "having no m
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  • Key Historical Developments in Nursing Research and Nursing Research Utilization
    Key Historical Developments The purpose of this paper is to discuss four key historical developments in nursing research and its utilization. Nursing research is the “scientific process that validates and refines the existing knowledge and generates knowledge that directly and indirectly influenc
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  • Nursing Research
    HISTORICAL LANDMARKS AFFECTING NURSING RESEARCH YEAR EVENT | 1859 Nightingale’s Notes on Nursing published | 1900 American Nursing Journal begins publication | 1923 Columbia University establishes first doctoral program for nurses | Goldmark Report with recommendations for nursing edu
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  • Confidentiality in Nursing Practice
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  • Nursing
    | Home | Editors | Current Issue | Archives | Instructions for Authors | Disclaimer | Share with others |   What Makes a Quality Therapeutic Relationship in Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing: A Review of the Research Literature Read printer friendly  Subscribe in a reader Share with others Relate
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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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  • Concept Analysis Critique of Homophobia in Nursing
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