The Importance Of Continuing Education In The Health Care Field University Of Phoenix Essays and Term Papers

  • Emerging Standards

    Emerging Standards of Care Deanna Powell NUR/531 December 9, 2012 Melanie Wassel Emerging Standards of Care Diversity is exhibited in many ways, including a multiplicity of upbringing, dress, thought, lifestyle, values, food preferences, family relationships, and in gender, ethnicity, and age...

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  • Scholarship, Practice, and Leadership in Nursing

    the continuously changing nature of healthcare. Nurses must pursue continuing education, often as a licensure requirement (California Board of Registered Nursing, 2014). Nurses are leaders. Every nurse has to lead patients toward health, lead families toward difficult decisions, and lead staff members...

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  • Professional Career Action Plan

    Professional Career Action Plan Ida Jackson HCS/449 Health Administration Capstone September 10, 2012 Urmi Bhaumik Professional Career Action Plan Creating a professional career action plan will compose attainable goals and design a step-by-step plan to achieve important professional goals...

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  • Professional Accountability

    interdisciplinary healthcare team. The Student Rights and Responsibities Policy of the University of Phoenix (2005) serve the same purpose. This policy is a guideline for expected behavior during their tenure as a student at the University, and components of the policy further delineate student's responsibilities...

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  • Graduate Study Challenges and Strategies for Personal Success

    Answering a Calling to Graduate Study: Challenges and Strategies for Personal Success Considering the pursuit of a graduate level education is a decision that should be well thought out. Success, whether academic or professional, is something desired by everyone at some point in life...

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  • Five Key Historical Developments in Nursing Research

    Five Key Historical Developments in Nursing Research University of Phoenix NUR429 Five Key Historical Developments in Nursing Research The nursing profession is an evidence based practice which has made nursing research an important factor in nursing growth and development from the time of...

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  • Personal Goals

    work, maintaining my family, learning new nursing positions, overcoming my personal health issues, and committing myself to return for a higher education and further career development. Having been in the medical field for over twenty years, I have seen many advances in healthcare. With the changing medical...

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  • Catelogy

    University of Phoenix Catalog Online Campus Volume 42 | Number 1 | Effective June 1, 2009 thru November 30, 2009 University of Phoenix, 2009 .........................................................................................................................................................

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  • hcs531

    professional goal is to prepare myself as an educator with the necessary credentials to teach new comers into Nursing, particularly in the Critical Care field. Doing so will allow me to give others what I have obtained from nursing experiences. Reason to pursue graduate study I have wanted to go back...

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  • Professional Care Action Plan

    weaknesses, the health care organization to work at, and the knowledge gaps that exist, and professional resume. In this paper will speak on professional goals, the health care career plan to have in the health care sector, skills currently have for health care administrator health care field, skills that...

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  • Biography of F. Ni

    FLORENCE Florence Nightingale Kat Cirincione University of Phoenix Florence 2 Florence Nightingale was a nurse in the Crimean War and worked on changing the sanitation conditions of hospitals. She pushed to clean up the British military health care system and this helped establish a good rapport...

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  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    DeChirico University of Phoenix Philosophy of Nursing For as long as I can remember, nursing was a profession that I longed to be a part of because nurses represented the very essence of caring and compassion. After realizing my dream, I found myself working in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)...

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  • Communication Theory

    Running head: COMMUNICATION THEORY Communication Theory Rebecca Clements HCS 320 Health Care Communication Strategies University of Phoenix Instructor Albert Gale Communication Theory Organizations require different methods and styles of communications, an important part and a concern...

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  • Past, Present, Future

    would take to get there. Below is an explanation of my journey before attending University of Phoenix, during, and life goals after completing my Bachelor’s program. Reflect When I first started University of Phoenix, I recently completed my Associate’s Degree in Psychology at my local community...

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  • Problem Solution: Global Communications

    Running head: PROBLEM SOLUTION: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS Problem Solution: Global Communications Lisa Michelle Chapple University of Phoenix Problem Solution: Global Communications Global Communications like all other telecommunications companies was under tremendous economic...

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  • Head Nurse

    CAREERS ↓ COURSES ↓ Glossary of Career Education Programs / Medical and Health Professions / How to Become a Chief Nurse:... How to Become a Chief Nurse: Step-by-Step Career Guide Learn how to become a chief nurse. Research the job description and the education and licensing requirements, and find out...

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  • Organizational Analysis Paper of the American Heart Association

    Heart Association Maria S. Pangelinan HCS/310 December 13, 2010 David Olsen University of Phoenix Abstract I will be discussing in detail the creation and reasons of the American Heart Association, it’s importance, the functions and responsibilities of the American Heart Association, the stakeholders’...

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  • Personal Perspective

    venues. My personal endeavor resides in the improvement and enhancement toward education that will in turn help me in my career. In searching through many universities and researching my financial options, the University of Phoenix stood out among the rest as the ideal college for pursuing my graduate degree...

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  • Utilizing online social networking

    they serve and better understand the impact of their services,” (NPower/University of Phoenix, p. 20). One specific site that can be adopted and used to greatly influence organizations and individuals in the human service field is called LinkedIn.com. It is a social networking site that allows individuals...

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  • Nurs 443

    University of Phoenix Material History of Nursing Research Worksheet There have been many influential publications, agencies, and people in the field of nursing research. Write 1–3 sentences in each cell of the table below to describe the importance, goal, or influence of each item. |Publications...

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