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  • Coping Mechanism: How Do Cares Deal with the Challenges That Come with Caring of Dementia Sufferer
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  • A Discussion of Control Infection in Healthcare
    inevitably devastating, it is a painful fact of life, which is the cause of enormous health problems and the chief cause of death. Infection control is essential in all general care settings in which patients receive health and social care and this will protect the healthcare workers, patients and visitor...
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  • Ethical Principles in Nursing Research
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  • Nursing Home Abuse Investigation
    years more to Live than he would have 50 years back. However, this is not without problems. With this kind of an ageing scenario, There is pressure on all aspects of care for the older persons – be it financial, Health or shelter. As the twenty first century arrives, the growing security of Older persons...
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  • Problems in Rendering Care
    ON MANAGEMENT OF BURNS AMONG NURSING STUDENTS IN SELECTED INSTITUTION OF RAICHUR. PROFORMA FOR REGISTRATION OF SUBJECTS FOR DISSERTATION. HEPSI NATHA. NAVODAYA COLLEGE OF NURSING RAICHUR. ...
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  • alcohol
    IRV MES [University] Part I Abstract The unsafe use of alcohol has a grave effect on public health and is considered to be one of the main risk aspects for poor health globally. The concept of the harmful use of alcohol is wide-ranging and includes the drinking that causes detrimental...
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  • Barriers for a Nurse Practitioner to Practice in Long Term Care
    presented to the School of Graduate Nursing Mountain State University In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Master of Science in Nursing 2012 1 Chapter 1 Introduction Nurse Practitioners (NPs) play a key role in long term health care by ensuring provision of holistic...
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  • Study on Immediate Newborn Care
    between rich and the poor (both between counties and with in countries) improving newborn health should be part of any poverty reduction strategy. Most newborns die at home, in the absence of contact with a skilled health provider4. 6.2 NEED FOR THE STUDY The first week of life is the most crucial period...
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  • NURSEING RESERCH
    CHAPTER 6 Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Jill J. Webb, PhD, MSN, RN, CS Additional resources are available online at: http://evolve.elsevier.com/Cherry/ Nursing research provides the foundation for evidence-based nursing practice. VIGNETTE I did not understand why I had...
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  • Research Paper
    Applied Drama and Psychology Prepared for Ms Sukitha Lecturer School of the Communication, Arts and Social Sciences 9th December 2011 Problem Statement : The quality of relationships between the elderly and their family and friends. To properly review current search in the area of date selection...
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  • Folic Acid and Neural Tube Defects
    there were about 80 deaths per year due to neural tube defects (Le, Arredondo and Villarreal 2006). The study also discussed the need for educating health professionals. The purpose and method for reviewing the literature was not clearly stated during the introduction of the study. They had good presentation...
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  • Building an Ethical Organization
    patients, facilitating the restored health of our patients, passion for helping others, and allowing our patients to make informed decisions in their own care. In conclusion, I want a skilled nursing facility that runs like a business, but that functions like a community. I want all of the people involved...
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  • Battery Examination
    ABSTRACT The focused goals of the study is to identify the problems encountered by the senior nursing students under the new curriculum CMO 14 in making a research thesis considering the different factors identified such as student factors, research instructor factors, research adviser factors and...
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  • Reseach on Sterilization and the Barbershop
    KUMASI-GHANA COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES FACULTY OF ALLIED HEALTH DEPARTMENT OF NURSING KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES OF STERILIZATION OF BARBERING INSTRUMENTS AMONG BARBERS IN KNUST COMMUNITY A DISSERTATION PRESENTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF NURSING, FACULTY OF ALLIED HEALTH SCIENCES AS A REQUIREMENT...
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  • Does Elevation Head of the Bed Reduce Risk Ventilator Associated Pneumonia
    systematic review inquiry that uses disciplined methods to answer a question or solve problems. The ultimate goal of research is to develop, improve and expand knowledge”. Research in nursing can produce new knowledge into nursing practice, develop and improve methods of caring and trial the efficacy of care...
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  • Pciship Case Presentation
    of the nursing career extends much beyond the clinical setting as has been associated with the profession for generations. To date, nurses have crossed the threshold among various work disciplines in their noble aspiration to expand their practice to face the current challenges towards health as much...
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  • Concept of Nursing
    1Clinical Instructor, Decker School of Nursing, Binghamton University, mag419_78@hotmail.com 2Research Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, University of Virginia, icw8t@eservices.virginia.edu 3Professor and Decker Chair in Rural Nursing, Decker School of Nursing, Binghamton University, psfahs@binghamton...
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  • ENGLISH READING PROFICIENCY OF NURSE LICENSURE EXAMINEES: IMPLICATIONS FOR LICENSURE TO PRACTICE
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  • Hypertension
    THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Background of the Study As of 2001, the Philippines had a total of 41,380 cases of hypertension-related deaths without heart involvement at a rate of 56.6/100,000 populations, while the number of hypertension-related deaths due to heart involvement was 55,830...
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