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  • Foundations of Nursing Practice
    In the following piece of writing I will discuss how the Foundations of Nursing Practice module and my first placement experience have assisted in my development as a nurse. The unit where I spent my four weeks is a day surgery centre. Using experiences from the placement I will discuss the concept
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  • Theories as the Basis for Nursing Practice
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  • Sociology and Nursing, an Analysis of Documents
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  • Why Sociology Is Important to Nursing
    1) Introduction As an introduction, generally, sociology is mainly the study of society, communities and people whereas nursing is a profession which focused on assisting individuals, families, and communities in attaining, maintaining and recovering optimal health and functioning. In this ass
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  • Social Science and Nursing
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  • Concept Analysis Critique of Homophobia in Nursing
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  • Why Nurses Should Study Sociology
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  • Nursing Ethics, Law and Professional Code of Practice
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  • Complexity Theory as Applied to Nursing
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  • Nursing Shortage
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  • Nursing Theory
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  • Nursing Research
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  • Nursing Infomatics-Tele-Nursing
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