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    Controversy about Nursing Education: BSN versus ADN “To do what nobody else will do, a way that nobody else can do, in spite of all we go through; is to be a nurse.” -Rawsi Williams Nursing is a profession that takes a lot of passion and dedication to what you do. It is very important to be physically...
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  • Thinking Grammatically About Resea
    rchResearch and Theory for Nursing Practice: An International Journal, Vol. 25, No. 1, 2011 EDITORIAL Thinking Programmatically About Research M ore than once over the past several years, I have been asked to make a presentation on my program of research. Of course, this is always my favorite...
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  • Nursing Research
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    accreditation of McMurry University. also accredited by University Senate of the United Methodist Church Texas Education Agency Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (BSN Program) member of National Association of Schools and Colleges of the United Methodist Church Association of Texas Colleges and Universities...
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  • Nightingale
    Journal of Holistic Nursing http://jhn.sagepub.com/ The Influence of Nightingale Rounding by the Liaison Nurse on Surgical Patient Families With Attention to Differing Cultural Needs Priscilla E. Neils J Holist Nurs 2010 28: 235 originally published online 30 June 2010 DOI: 10.1177/0898010110368862...
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  • Gnt 1 Genetic Disease, Advocacy
    decision not to terminate their high-risk pregnancy so it becomes incumbent upon the nursing case manager to provide them with the information they will need in order to insure a successful outcome. Numerous disciplines will be required for this task. In preparation for the Trosack’s initial visit to...
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  • ;kugoi
    and unending devotion to their son was evident every minute of the day. They dutifully assisted in participating and collaborating with nursing to meet all of his nursing care needs. This child endured and fought this illness but did not win the battle. I remember thinking how unfair this child’s circumstances...
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  • Buddhism
    BUDDHISM November 2010 ABSTRACT Madeline Leininger believes that nurses need to be aware of and sensitive to the cultural needs of spatients. Nursing practice today demands that the nurse identifies and meets the cultural needs of diverse groups. It is imperative to understand the social and cultural...
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  • Learning About Myself
    “Learning About Myself” Cindy Radford Nursing Analysis, NUR 2430 Ms. Phyllis Hosey November 22, 2011 “Learning About Myself” In developing ideas for this paper, I have learned a lot about myself. I have learned that I am a lot more complex than I originally thought. I have a multitude of strengths...
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  • Is Nursing a Profession
    Running head: Does Nursing Qualify as a Profession? Does Nursing Qualify as a Profession? Abstract Nursing will be compared to common characteristics of a profession to determine if nursing qualifies as a profession. Does Nursing Qualify as a Profession? "There are six characteristics commonly...
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  • Iimpact of the Human Dynamics Program
    only because of the many people who were willing to share their energy and thoughts with me. A heartfelt thanks to those who have joined me on this journey. I owe them much. Special thanks go to: My family: ▪ Dean Glosson, my husband, who sustained me with love and purposeful conversations;...
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  • preventive obstetrics
    SUBMITTED BY PROF DR MANJU BALA DASH Ms TESSY CHARLIE COLLEGE OF NURSING MSC NURSING 1ST YEAR MTPG&RIHS MTPG &RIHS INDEX SL NO CONTENT PAGE NO 1 INTRODUCTION ...
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  • Diversity in the Workplace
    cultivating a diverse environment differed greatly. In the healthcare industry it appeared that much of the diversity training occurred on the job, through personal experience and from the experience of those around them. In Heather’s interview with a Clinical Manager for Harbor Hospice, the Manager stated that...
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  • Florence Nightingale
    NOTES ON NURSING: REFLECTION PAPER 1 Notes on Nursing: What it is, and What it is not Reflection Paper Alison Dieter 02 August 2012 NOTES ON NURSING: REFLECTION PAPER 2 Notes on Nursing: What it is and What it is not Reflection Paper Florence...
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  • Modifying
    impose a greater value to them than being simple accessories. Others suggested that body modification might enable traumatized individuals to handle personal experiences (Atkinson & Young, 2001; Carroll & Anderson, 2002). Generally, many authors ascribed a communicative character to body modifications (e...
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  • nono
    take the mystery out of writing teaching philosophy statements, and includes both examples and how-to articles written by educators from various disciplines and at various stages of their professional careers. Some of the articles you will find in the report include: • How to Write a Philosophy of Teaching...
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  • Mental Health
    be accessed in terms of the impact on the service user and her family. This is a case where Community Care is appropriate and calls for a multi discipline team. How the team would be drawn together is discussed on the basis of the problems highlighted in the scenario and the professional help that...
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  • Nursing Leadership
    of Nursing Leadership and Management fifth edition Essentials of Nursing Leadership and Management fifth edition Diane K. Whitehead, EdD, RN, ANEF Associate Dean, Nursing Nova Southeastern University Fort Lauderdale, Florida Sally A. Weiss, EdD, RN, CNE Associate Chair, Nursing Nova...
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  • Carper's Four Ways of Knowing and Scholarliness in Nursing
    Different Types of Nursing Theories Danielle Berg, Hailey Hunter, Anh Nguyen, Michael Seeley & Christopher Wilson Maryville University Nursing Theory 600 Dr. Deitra Watson September 06, 2013 Carper Four Ways of Knowing and Different Types of Nursing Theories It is essential in nursing to continue...
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  • Health assessment
    education, practice, and research settings can participate in the advancement of health promotion not only to the mainstream but to the forefront of nursing practice (King, 1994). Historically, nurse educators have taught patients how to manage illness; in the future, the focus must be on teaching people...
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