• THE TRANSITION STUDENT TO GRADUATE NURSE
     TRANSITION FROM STUDENT TO A GRADUATE NURSE The new graduate nurses (NGN) are faced with various issues and challenges especially in their first year of nursing practice. The period of transition from a student to a graduate nurse is a demanding period that is filled...
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  • Critical Thinking Skills of New Graduate Nurse
    Critical Thinking Skills for the New Graduate Nurse Critical Thinking Skills for a New Graduate Nurse Introduction Nursing is an art and a science. The profession is an art of compassion and caring in a creative way. Creativity allows nurses to individualize nursing care. Through science, nurse...
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  • The Relationship Between Structure Mentoring Programs and the Retention of New Graduate Nurses: a Literature Review
    Abstract The issue of new graduate nurse retention remains a challenge in many healthcare facilities. More than 50% of new graduate nurses leave their first employment in less than...
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  • The Difference of Process of Nurse Between Australia and Korea
    < The Process of Nurses’ Registration in Australia and South Korea > OUTLINE * Becoming a nurse in Australia * The systems of the Registers and Roll * RN and EN – what do people need to become a RN of EN * Registration Matters * Becoming a nurse in South Korea * H...
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  • Advanced Nurse Practice in Stroke Care
    Advanced nursing Practice The aim of this essay is to demonstrate the development of existing skills in health assessment and critically utilise outcomes of advancing health assessment as the basis for expert decision making in stroke patient care....
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  • Role Transition
    Role Transition-Karen Cox, Nurse Leader Susan Hensley, RN Excelsior College Professional Transitions October 2012 Abstract For so many years, the United States has suffered from a shortage of healthcare professionals. Without some interaction, experts predict an unceasing healthcare shortage...
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  • Sped Transition
    Transition in special education programs is the movement from program to another. Transitions can be: • from one grade classroom to another; • from one school to another; • from one program to another; or • from school to postsecondary, college, vocational program, or oth...
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  • Family Nurse Practitioner
     Family Nurse Practitioner Family Nurse Practitioner Healthcare in the United States in the 1950’s and 1960’s experienced an upheaval with the expanded availability of the Medicare and Medicaid programs and the increased specialization of medicine....
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  • The Accountable Nurse Practitioner
    In this essay I intend to examine the issues surrounding nurses' accountability in relation to the scenario discussed, and to Adult nursing. From the group sessions and further reading I have broaden my understanding of what being an accountable practitioner involves. Nurses are highly responsible f...
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  • Successful Transition Models for Youth with Mental Health Needs: a Guide for Workforce Professionals
    Successful Transition Models for Youth with Mental Health Needs: A Guide for Workforce Professionals Issue 23, May 2009 * PDF Version * Word Version This InfoBrief describes the systems’ service barriers faced by youth with mental health needs as they reach adulthood, while highlighting...
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  • Nurse Practitioner
    Running Head: Childhood Obesity Early Intervention and Prevention Program Nurse Practitioner-Coordinated Childhood Obesity Early Intervention and Prevention Program Elsie M. Stines, MS, CRNP, Saranne Perman, MD and Sangita Sudharshan, MD University of Kentucky Co...
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  • Nurse Practitioner Visit
    Planning your visit: Meeting a State Representative to Promote Advance Nurse Practitioner’s Role Chamberlain School of Nursing NR:506 Health Care Policy February 10, 2013 Affordable healthcare can enable Americans to live longer, lead more healthy lives and improve their economic pot...
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  • Nurse Practitioner Research Paper
    The Nurse Practitioner Nurse practitioners are advanced practice registered nurses who have received special courses and training. They usually work closely with doctors and can perform many high-level primary care tasks. They often specialize in specific types of practice such as pediatri...
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  • Advanced Nurse Practitioner Role Development
    N U R SI N G A N D H E A L T H C A R E M A N A G E M E N T A N D P O L I C Y Advanced practice nursing roles: development, implementation and evaluation Denise Bryant-Lukosius PhD RN CON(C) Assistant Professor, School of Nursing, McMaster University; Clinical Nurse Specialist, Juravinski Can...
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  • Barriers for a Nurse Practitioner to Practice in Long Term Care
    Barriers that prevent Nurse Practitioners from practicing in Long Term Care Facilities Nancy Marshall A thesis 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...
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  • Reasons to Become a Nurse Practitioner
    101 Reasons to Become a Family Care Nurse Practitioner Abstract Family Care Nurse Practitioners are advanced practice nurses with a specialty in family care. They deal with patients of all ages, and this includes treating, diagnosing, counseling, and teaching them. This paper will discuss the d...
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  • Nurse Practitioner
    Yaidelyn Alonso SLS1125: Matos 4/20/12 Nurses: “Caring Today For A Healthier Tomorrow” Growing up in a house hold of medical personnel, such as my mother and my aunt and other close relatives has really inspired me to become a Nurse Practitioner, but most of all my inspiration has come...
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  • Nurse Practitioner Consultation
    For the purpose of this essay, I will discuss the case of a five years old patient presenting to my place of work with the symptom of shortness of breath (SOB). To maintain confidentiality the pseudonym “Ryan” will be used to refer to the child and Ryan’s mother will be frequently referred to...
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  • Returning to School to Become a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
    Running head: RETURNING TO SCHOOL TO BECOME A PSYCHIATRIC NURSE 1 Returning to School to Become a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Denyse Collins University of South Alabama RETURNING TO SCHOOL TO BECOME A PSYCHIATRIC NURSE Returning to School to Become a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner Intro...
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  • How to Become a Nurse Practitioner
    How to Become a Nurse Practitioner A nurse practitioner provides health care services similar to those of a physician. There are several specialty areas for nurse practitioners, including family, pediatric and geriatric nursing. Those interested in becoming a nurse practitioner require at least a m...
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