• Medical Surgical Nursing
    La Salle University School of Nursing and Health Sciences Undergraduate Nursing Program Spring 2014 COURSE NUMBER: NUR 316 TITLE: Care of Older Adults in Health and Illness CREDIT/CLOCK HOURS: 5 credits 3 hours theory per week; 8 hours of clinical practice for 9 weeks, 4...
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  • Medical Surgical Nursing
    Chapter 17 End of life care includes: palliative care- comprehensive care for patients whose disease is not responsive to cure; care also extends to patients’ families; management of psychological, social, and spiritual problems as well as control of pain and other physical symptoms; to improve...
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  • Medical Surgical Nursing
    ROLE OF NURSES IN WOMEN’S HEALTH Nurses must be sensitive to the needs and knowledgeable about preventive health care for women. Nurses are in an ideal position to encourage women to determine their own health goals and behaviors, teach about health promotion and illness prevention, offer...
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  • Medical Surgical Assessment Skills
    Medical Surgical Nursing Assessment Skills A nurse’s proper neurologic assessment skills are vital in medical surgical. The nurse needs to know how to correctly assess and evaluate the patient’s neurological state in the acute care setting. In the article, Neurologic Assessment Skills for th...
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  • Curriculum Commitee in Nursing
    INTRODUCTION The term curriculum is derived from the Latin world ‘(currere) which means run. This curriculum is runway for attaining the goal s of education. Curriculum may be considered as the blue print of an educational programme. It is the base on education on which the teaching – learning...
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  • Advance Nursing Ethics Wgu
    The topics that will be discussed in this paper will be the ethical decisions that have to be made by Dr. F and the RN in regards to disclosing information to Dr. J. Also, according to the NANDA nursing diagnosis for ethical consideration, Dr. F and the RN also have to consider if Mrs. Z has some k...
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  • History and Development of Nursing in Nepal and China
    HISTORY AND DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING IN NEPAL AND CHINA Introduction History of nursing can be described with the role of Florence Nightingale, who was born in Italy on 12 May 1820. In 1837, whilst in the gardens at Emblem, she had what she described as her “calling” the voice of God calling t...
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  • Community Nursing: Critical Thinking Case Study
    Current Health Needs Mrs. MH is a 72 year old woman who has a primary diagnosis of Diabetes Mellitus Type II. Her secondary diagnosis and the reason why she was referred to Hackensack home health agency was a non-healing wound on the second toe of her right foot. Upon assessment of the patient, cur...
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  • Nursing Strategy
    Wound objective At the end of this presentation we will be able to gain knowledge and understanding about: 1. To define the wound. 2. Types of wound. 3. Management nursing (involvement to improve) wound healing. Mean An injury done to the body or feeling. definition...
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  • Nursing
    Nursing Career Pathway Jobs & Wages* Licensed Practical Nurse (hospital, long-term care, clinic, private practice, etc.) $15.50 - $24 / hour Jobs & Wages* Registered Nurse (hospital, long-term care, clinic, private practice, etc.) $25 - $43 / hour Jobs & Wages* Nursing Assistant Certified...
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  • Nursing in Kenya
    Nursing in Kenya Hesbon Ogeka English 102 Professor Sieger Finer 4/13/12 During my sophomore year in high school, I had no plans on going to college or university. All of that changed during my junior year when I took biology class and chemistry. I became self-confident and I started believin...
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  • Nursing Education
    INTRODUCTION ³The unique function of the nurse is to assist the individual sick or well, in the performance of those activities contributing to health or its recovery or to a peaceful death thus he would perform unaided, if he had the necessary strength, will or knowledge and to do this in such a...
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  • Medical
    Medical Surgical Nursing 2 Date: November 6, 2012 Name: Judine Douglas ID#: 3111-0427 Respiratory System The primary function of the respiratory system is to supply the blood with oxygen in order for the blood to deliver oxygen to all parts of the body. The respiratory system does this through...
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  • Nursing Students’ Perceptions of Working with Staff Nurses
    NURSING STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF WORKING WITH STAFF NURSES by Sharon Holly Jones A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Nursing in Nursing MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY Bozeman, Montana April 2010 ©COPYRIGHT by Sharon Holly Jones 20...
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  • Nursing Case Study
    Running Head: NURSING CASE STUDY. AS, is a 74 year old male. He is married and has 3 children, and a few grand children. He lives in south bend with his wife and his youngest daughter. He seemed to be a family man. His family was in and out of the hospital while he was there. He is a v...
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  • Fundamentals of Nursing
    Fundamentals of Nursing- Theory hours: 90 Clinical hrs: 325 1. Introduction to Nursing: - Meaning of nursing - Definitions of nursing - Scope of nursing - Role of a nurse - Health Team - Aims of nursing in the hospital and community 2. Nursing Profession - Nursing as a p...
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  • Nursing Care Plan
    Nursing Diagnosis # 1 Ineffective breathing pattern related to decreased oxygen saturation, poor tissue perfusion, obesity, decreased air entry to bases of both lungs, gout and arthritic pain, decreased cardiac output, disease process of COPD, and stress as evidenced by shortness of breath, BMI...
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  • Assignment on Nursing Theoriest
    Task Five Introduction Nursing theories are the guidelines to perform nursing practice effectively. Since the origin of nursing practice, there are many remarkable theories have been developed. According to Tomey & Alligood (2006), these theories have been classified mainly into four differe...
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  • Nursing Reflection on Cardiac Arrest
    Reflective Practice on Responsibilities of A Nurse in managing Cardiac Arrest Leena Justus Introduction Nursing is a profession where we have to work collaboratively with both our colleagues and the interdisciplinary team. In emergency like cardiac arrest, if nurses...
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  • Theoretical Foundation in Nursing
    Cesaria Tan - First Filipino nurse who had Masters Degree in Nursing in the United States. Annie Sand - Founded the National League of Philippine Government Nurses. Socorro Diaz - First editor of “The Message” the first journal of Philippine Nurses Association Dr. Julita Sotejo -...
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