• Literature review
    Literature Review A Research Study Exploring The DifficultcTransitioning For Graduate Nurse Practitioners (NPs) to Primary Care Provider (PCP). Author, “Dr. Margaret Flinter, PhD, APRN, c-FNP, is the Senior Vice President and Clinical Director of the Community Health Center (CHC), Incorporated, a...
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  • Roles and Ways of Knowing for Advanced Practicing Nurses
    Roles and Ways of Knowing of a Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner The shortage of physicians has opened up abundant opportunities for advanced practice nurses (APNs). As barriers continue to be broken for APNs, they will continue to magnify their role in providing both primary and specialized...
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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 * How to...
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  • My Nursing Goals for the Next Three Years
    believe that needs to come from the heart and I have at all times appreciated with respect. My aim in doing my education in nursing was because I always wanted to achieve an extended and successful profession in the health and medical field. I suppose the responsibilities of a nurse can be very demanding...
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  • Mental Health Aspects of the Thesis Writing Experience in Nursing
    Health Aspects of the Thesis Writing Experience in Nursing by © 2001 - 2011 ~ June Kaminski, MSN PhD(c) Introduction A Master's degree prepares nurses for advanced practice roles, including the management and delivery of primary health care, case management, education and administration (Hegyvary...
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  • The Pratice Arena as Learning Enviroment
    Colleen Claffey, RN, BSN, CEN, Marcia K. Korow, RNC, BSN, and Ruth McCaffrey, ND, ARNP-BC PROBLEM. Hospitals are facing nurse retention challenges in the new millennium. Nurses are abandoning the bedside because of job dissatisfaction. Mentorship programs should be developed to enhance nursing satisfaction...
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  • Mod 1DQ 1 DQ 2
    face interactions with your peers, it can be difficult to build the same repore with an online program. Lake and von Baeyer's article “Tips for Successful Students" is very helpful in that it defines, in easy steps, how to become a better student. With day to day stressors like a full time jobs, children...
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  • The Relationship Between Structure Mentoring Programs and the Retention of New Graduate Nurses: a Literature Review
    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 a year (North, Johnson, Knotts & Whelan 2006). Because...
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  • Primary Health Care & Its Impact on Nursing
    steps away from the acute care focus and brings to the forefront the utilisation of disease prevention and health promotion (Keleher, Parker & Francis, 2010; Mackay, 2007; Nelson, Wright, Connor, Buckley & Cumming, 2009). The inspiration for primary health care is thought to have come from many different...
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  • Palliative Care in the Icu
    Palliative Care in the ICU/Hospital Setting Abstract Nurses in the ICU setting spend more time with patients and families facing the end of life than any other health professional. Nurses are intimately involved in all aspects of end-of-life and palliative care and they address all of the patients...
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  • Nursing
    collaborating and coordinating with others to identify significant researchable problems. In doing so the nurse must be involved in scientific investigation and must be a consumer of research findings. As a nurse researcher you must be conscious of the research process, how it would improve health care by utilizing...
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  • Role Anaylsis
    Transition into the CRNP role The transition of a nurse generalist to an advanced practice role such as a nurse practitioner can be quite challenging due to job stress, unreasonable workloads or work environments, lack of organizational support, and poor nurse-physician relations. During the first...
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  • New Graduate Nuses Experiences in working in rural and remote areas
    Title of the proposal New graduate nurses: The working experience in rural and remote Australian communities Introduction Australian Nursing & Midwifery Federation (ANMF) (2013) majority of nurses are found to be in the metropolis while minute percentage can be seen in remote and rural...
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  • preventive obstetrics
    MOTHER THERESA POST GRADUATE & RESEARCH INSTITUTE OF HEALTH SCIENCES SEMINAR ON EXTENDED AND EXPANDED ROLE OF NURSE SUBMITTED TO SUBMITTED BY PROF DR MANJU BALA DASH Ms TESSY CHARLIE COLLEGE OF NURSING ...
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  • Competency of Level 4 Nursing Students on Immediate Newborn Care
    within constantly evolving health care systems (“Patient safety and nursing,” Wikipedia.com). One such area to be checked is neonatal nursing in which a nurse is to provide immediate newborn care. Such care is critical at this stage for it may distinguish whether the wellness of the care given can improve...
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  • A Study of Socialization of Accelerated Bsn Graduates
    A STUDY OF SOCIALIZATION OF ACCELERATED BSN GRADUATES Approved by ___________________________________, Co-director, Doctoral James Henderson Dissertation Committee ___________________________________, Co-director, Doctoral Eunsook Hyun Dissertation Committee ___________________________________...
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  • Nursing Students’ Perceptions of How Their Prior Educational Foci and Work Experience Affected Their Transition Into an Accelerated Nursing Program
    Volume 10 – Number 1 www.snrs.org Nursing Students’ Perceptions of How Their Prior Educational Foci and Work Experience Affected Their Transition into an Accelerated Nursing Program Debra Lyon, PhD, RN Associate Professor and Interim Chair Department of Family and Community Health Nursing School...
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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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  • 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. The shortage...
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  • Transition to a Professional Nursing
    Transition to a Professional Role Jennifer Quijano Florida International University January 26, 2013 Transition to a Professional Role Introduction Nurses who have prepared to assume advanced nursing roles can contribute to the healthcare system through new ideas and insights in education, administration...
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