"Trust And Truth Telling In Nursing" Essays and Research Papers

  • Trust And Truth Telling In Nursing

    Running head: Truth Telling, Privacy, and Confidentiality Truth Telling, Privacy, and Confidentiality Georgetown University Bioethics in Nursing (NURO 518) Abstract Truth telling, privacy and confidentiality are critical aspects of care in the medical field. Establishing an effective nurse-patient relationship is key to an effective plan of care. Situations often arise where ethical considerations have to be made. This case study involves a patient by the name of David Collins. It brings...

    Business ethics, Ethics, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act 1357  Words | 4  Pages

  • Truth and Telling the Truth

    elective I held a very simple black and white view regarding ‘Truth’ and ‘Telling the Truth’. I believed that there was a right a wrong to every situation and that the information and news the media presented was mainly correct and true. Through the studying of this elective I have been presented new & relevant information and from this information I have reassessed my views on ‘’Telling the Truth’. This elective presented to me the idea that truth is determined by the way it is told and by who tells it...

    Audience, Audience theory, Face 1238  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Importance of Truth-Telling

    TRUTH-TELLING 2 The Importance of Truth-Telling Telling the truth is something that comes up for the majority of us in childhood. It is considered impolite to lie and when a lie was told, or you were untruthful, it was often considered a reflection of your parents’ moral attitudes. Unfortunately, we all seem to have been taught differently the exact nature of a truth or lie and the right or wrong way to use that information. In To Lie or Not to Lie? – The Doctor’s Dilemma...

    Doctor-patient relationship, Health care, Health care provider 851  Words | 3  Pages

  • Moral Issues of Paternalism and Truth-Telling

    bulacan state university college of nursing Mary josephine v. hernandez Bsn2a bioethics THE MORAL ISSUES OF PATERNALISM AND TRUTH TELLING Paternalism Paternalism can be defined as interfering with a person's freedom for his or her own good. The word calls to mind the image of a father who makes decisions for his children rather than letting them make their own decisions, on the grounds that "father knows best." The principle of paternalism underlies a wide range of laws, practices...

    Autonomy, Ethics, Individual 697  Words | 3  Pages

  • Truth Telling Violations

    Truth Telling Violations The purpose of this paper is to compare and contrast the truth telling violations presented in the Abraham and Rehab Bible stories. Both stories are indicative of deception that demonstrate how if people are placed in a position of uncertainty can lose their faith in performing a moral obligation which is telling the truth regardless of the situation. Extreme circumstances can hinder the decision making process and can lead to deception. The ideology of truth...

    Abraham, Christianity, God 2100  Words | 5  Pages

  • truth

    What is truth? All words hold power. Words have the power to break down and tear apart a person wither it be emotionally, physically, or spiritually and those same words have the power to build a person or foundation. But the words themselves are not what give them the power that they hold it is us the people that give them the powers and meanings that they hold. We might not be aware of it but we are the ones who determine which words have what type of power. We decide which words label you...

    2005 singles, Core issues in ethics, Debut albums 1506  Words | 4  Pages

  • Telling the Truth - Atonement + Poems

    How has your understanding of the concept of ‘Telling the Truth’ been enhanced by your study of the film Atonement and at least two poems that have been studied in class. The concept of telling the truth is a complex idea. The truth can vary based on an individual’s perspective and may be distorted by experience and misunderstanding. It is a creeping assumption of the modern world that there are things more important that the truth. The truth may also be covered up because it is difficult for...

    Atonement, Bruce Dawe, Concept 1476  Words | 4  Pages

  • Telling the Truth About History

    Post-Modernity and Its Effects on Historical Writings The struggle to find truth in telling the stories of history has been a source of constant debate amongst historians and intellectuals. With the emergence of religious rejection during the seventeenth and eighteenth century Enlightenment, the influence and undoubted supremacy of the heroic model of science provided historians with new ways for obtaining truth—absolute truths—through the dispassionate eyes of a “heroic” observer. Although this remains...

    Age of Enlightenment, Historiography, History 1117  Words | 4  Pages

  • Trust: Truth and People

    are filled with imaginative humorous tales with epigrammatic dialogue. In the selected four stories titled, “Bigfoot Stole My Wife,” “I Am Bigfoot,” “The Tablecloth of Turin,” and “The Chromium Hook,” describes the concept and the difference between truth and reality, and what we choose to believe and not to believe. Credibility is one of the major themes addressed in the stories. It is also emphasized that determining between what reality is and what is not is a very difficult decision. Carlson appears...

    2000 albums, 2006 albums, Belief 1133  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lie Hurts Than Bitter Truth

    Lie Hurts Than The Bitter Truth Truthfulness is a fundamental moral value within a society. Truth telling is considered as an important responsibility in health care field. Doctors should not lie to patients in their role of medical profession. However, some medical professionals believe that physicians should tell lies to benefit their patients.(Toscani , Maestroni &Farsides, 2006).According to Sissella Bok (2007) physicians should not lie because truth telling assists patients to deal with...

    Autonomy, Doctor-patient relationship, Health care 1151  Words | 4  Pages

  • Only the Truth

    the Truth Ashley Smith English Composition – ENGL 150 Instructor Madeleine Wakefield Tuesday, March 11, 2014 Only the Truth Truthfulness for a patient enables effective goal attainment while in the healthcare system. However, according to Zahedi (2011) states, “not telling the truth about cancer consisted of: worry that patients could not take the emotional impact, concern about not being able to manage the patients' emotional reaction after learning the truth, and...

    Health care, Health care provider, Illness 1525  Words | 5  Pages

  • Telling the Partial Truth: Ethical or Unethical?

    Telling the Partial Truth: Ethical or Unethical? Guan Huang 250547949 D. Proessel Philosophy 2074G March 27th, 2013 The article Advertising: The Whole or Only Some of the Truth by Tibor R. Machan states that only telling the partial truth is ethical in advertising. I completely agree with the author’s standpoint and am trying to defend his viewpoints by supporting in four aspects. Firstly, I am going to prove Machan’s position that sales associates are selling a combination of product,...

    Advertising, Coffee, Customer service 1966  Words | 6  Pages

  • Truth Is Truth, Lying Is Lying

    Truth is Truth, Lying is Lying Judith Viorst describes in her essay “The Truth about Lying,” a very interesting and intellectual composition. The author has made a great exertion to try to present four different kinds of lies people tell in their daily life. She has separated them into four sub-groups: Social Lies, Peace-Keeping Lies, and Protective Lies, and Trust-Keeping Lies, and uses headings to separate them. She has used a lot of different techniques to convey her message to the reader. Over...

    2005 singles, 2008 singles, Core issues in ethics 1214  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Ethics

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nursing_ethicsThe nature of nursing means that nursing ethics tends to examine the ethics of caring rather than 'curing' by exploring the relationship between the nurse and the person in care.[1]Early work to define ethics in nursing focused more on the virtues that would make a good nurse, rather than looking at what conduct is necessary to respect the person in the nurse's care. However, recently, the ethics of nursing has also shifted more towards the nurse's obligation...

    Applied ethics, Bioethics, Business ethics 1126  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    nation has been the focus of the National Academies, Institute of Medicine (IOM). It turns out to be that clear from their research that nursing plays an important role in the conveying health care. Robert Woods Johnson Foundation (RWJF) was appointed by IOM the Committee through the interdisciplinary practiced that depend upon the initiative on the Upcoming of Nursing. The aim was to create an achievement in favor of plan for anything that would let nurses to principal alteration in the direction to...

    Health, Health care, Health economics 1333  Words | 4  Pages

  • Telling the Truth (Ted Hughes, Kurt Vonnegut)

    Telling the Truth Texts: Birthday Letters – Ted Hughes Weapons of Mass Delusion – Phillip Adams Breakfast of Champions – Kurt Vonnegut How do your texts represent the idea of truth? Ted Hughes' collection of intimate and deeply personal poetry, along with Kurt Vonnegut's novel Breakfast of Champions and Phillip Adams' controversial article Weapons of Mass Delusion all represent versions of the truth. In many ways, they represent truth as a kind of impossibility, as it is constantly...

    Kurt Vonnegut, Poetry, Political philosophy 1034  Words | 3  Pages

  • telling lies is not a sin

    no harm. For instance, telling a child that their drawing is nice or that their story is clever, or telling new parents that their baby is the cutest ever are both examples of this. Sometimes lying is the right thing to do.   I believe lying is sometimes the right thing to do. This is because I hate my mother. Not a minor dislike, a burning, fiery, passionate hatred. She is also severely mentally ill. Telling her I hated her would make this worse; so I lie. Telling the truth would cause far more harm...

    2005 singles, Debut albums, Ethics 2374  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing

    |Jean Watson's Philosophy of Nursing | |This page was last updated on January 26, 2012 | |[pic] | |Introduction | |Theorist - Jean Watson was born in West Virginia, US | |Educated: BSN, University of Colorado, 1964...

    Health, Maslow's hierarchy of needs, Nurse 1681  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nursing ethical dilema-racism

    Ethical dilemma – Racism in Nursing Your name…. Oakton Community College Abstract In today’s society, there are many ethical dilemmas that nurses are faced with that are virtually impossible to solve. One of the most difficult and controversial issues that society is still facing is racism. Nursing as a profession seems to avoid considering the problem of racism (Vaughan, 1997). There is, however, a need to address this topic and to evaluate its implications for nursing practice. The ethics committee...

    African American, Ethics, Florence Nightingale 1503  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing

    Nursing Theory and Caring Nursing Theory and Caring Caring is a simple yet strong and powerful word, an abstract concept commonly found in nursing theory. Caring implies responsibilities, connections, and trust. Nurses take on the role with pride and honor. Nurses are caregivers. Many nursing theorists looked and still do look at caring as a core concept for nursing practice. Three main theorists come to mind, Jean Watson, Patricia Benner, and Kristen Swanson, when thinking about nursing and...

    Concept, Florence Nightingale, Health 1644  Words | 8  Pages

  • Figuring out the truth

     “One day the truth will emerge, like a corpse in the water.” -Wieslaw Brudzinski. Everyone has been lied to, mistreated or even betrayed at some point in their life. That feeling is awful, but to be the person that did so wrong should feel even worse because of the pain they caused to someone else. The meaning of this quote to me is very relatable in a lot of ways, being right out of high school I know what its like to have been lied to and feeling like an idiot because you probably believed...

    Debut albums, High school, If You Have to Ask 1019  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing Ethics

    practices of a group or the expected standard of moral behavior of a specific group as described by their code of professional ethics (Berman 83). With nursing being a reputable profession, it is but expected that it has its own set of ethical standards thus called as nursing ethics. Nursing ethics refers to ethical issues that occur in nursing practice (Berman 83). Nurses need to have a code of ethics because they make decision as part of their daily tasks and responsibilities. These decisions...

    Business ethics, Ethics, Hippocratic Oath 867  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    Nursing Essay: Sample Reflecting on one’s Communication Skills Introduction Nursing students can enhance their learning through reflection that is, reflecting on a situation that involves nursing care (Parker 2006, p.115). In line with this thought, I shall reflect on an experience and discuss the communication skills I used or should have used during the patient encounter. I will use the three what model based on the work of Borton (1970) and Boud (1985) to help structure my reflection. Before...

    Communication, Health care, Health care provider 2075  Words | 7  Pages

  • Trust

    Relevant Basic Definitions Trust is defined as an equitable obligation, binding a trustee to deal with property over which he/she has control for the benefits of beneficiaries. A trustee could be a beneficiary as long as he/she is not the only one. Trustee is the person who is the legal owner and controller of the trust property. The trustee, who is usually appointed in the trust deed, manages the trust on behalf of the beneficiaries and is held accountable by being subject to fiduciary duties....

    Board of directors, Common law, Corporation 1281  Words | 4  Pages

  • Should We Always Tell the Truth

    Should we always tell the truth? Telling the truth seems to be a rule that we have to follow in any circumstances. We learn not to lie during our childhood, and we try to follow that moral obligation during all our life. However, it is sometimes better not to tell the truth. In certain circumstances, it seems better to lie for reasons which maybe more or less legitimate. Hence should we always tell the truth? Or can we sometimes lie and stay morally irreproachable? Are there any circumstances...

    Epistemology, Lie, Marriage 951  Words | 3  Pages

  • Truth or Happiness

    novel, the truth and happiness are portrayed as polar opposites, in which one undoubtedly would see happiness as far more superior than the truth, because happiness creates many shaping emotions, helps satisfy needs and wants, and provides life. There is only one way to be happy- to spend your life your own way, rather than the society's. The major difference between the truth and happiness is that happiness tries to satisfy needs and wants. Happiness can occur without the truth. A major concept...

    Aldous Huxley, Brave New World, Emotion 880  Words | 3  Pages

  • One Should Always Speak Truth

    Speaking the truth is a cardinal tenet of all great religions and creeds. Holy books of all people enjoin upon man to speak the truth. Liars are threatened with dam nation and the tortures of hell. Perjury is considered both a crime and a sin. Fables of all cultures abound in illustrations of evil consequences of telling lies. If one has to go by the commandments, there is no ground whatsoever to question the desir¬ability of speaking the truth. Yet, the repositories of practical wisdom have...

    Belief, Debut albums, Deception 904  Words | 3  Pages

  • Delegation in Nursing

    A Discussion of Various Perspectives on Delegation in Nursing Jessica Abbott University of Central Florida ABSTRACT: Delegation refers to the practice of a registered nurse assigning certain tasks and activities to other people while still maintaining responsibility for the actions of the others to whom responsibility has been delegated. The act of delegating assumes that the delegator has a certain amount of trust in the person to whom they delegate. Additionally, quality communication is...

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Delegate, Individual responsibility 1873  Words | 6  Pages

  • To Tell the Truth or to Lie in Business Marketing

    To tell the Truth or to Lie in Business Marketing As children we were always asked to tell the truth no matter the situation but the reality is truth telling can be a very complex. Imagine this example of a four year old who is not old enough to grasp the importance of her school timetable in her first week of school, she showed up for class 20 minutes late having been diverted by a rather splendid game of marbles. Four black jack chews and a sherbet dip were at stake. By the time she walked in...

    Advertising, Business, Business ethics 2027  Words | 6  Pages

  • Concept of Trust Analysis

    Concept of TRUST analysis Concept: Trust | Definition: Dictionary, thesauruses, within nursing/medical/behavioral science/social science/other literature, from colleagues | Thi Bui | Oxford English Dictionary: 1) firm belief in the reliability, truth, or ability of someone or something; acceptance of the truth of a statement without evidence or investigation; the state of being responsible for someone or something; a person or duty for which one has responsibility 2) An arrangement whereby...

    Expected value, Fiduciary, Interpersonal relationship 1453  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing Transition

    contributions that I can make to the nursing profession. The question of what my goals are and how I intend to meet them are answered along with where I see myself in ten years. This paper also examines where I see the nursing profession in ten years and why. Varying Roles of Nurses and Their Effects on the Decisions to Become a Nurse During my service in the United States Army, my insignia for the Medical Corps was “Care with Compassion.” I believe this holds true for nursing today. Nurses provide the...

    Health, Nurse, Nursing 961  Words | 3  Pages

  • Deception and Truth

    Madi McClure 05/14/14 3rd Period Deception and Truth The Good In Deception Everyone characterizes deception differently. One may view it as breaking the trust of a loved one and think of it as a mere deceit. Others may accept deception as a way to gain or give happiness. Some may even think of it as part of life. More commonly, deception stands being viewed as hand and hand with “evil”, this includes, not only viewed by people, but also portrayed in movies and novels from all eras of time. Frequently...

    Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, Confidence trick, Deception 879  Words | 3  Pages

  • TRUST

    Flags of Union and Confederate Ironclads Camp Life Fife, Drum and Bugle Corp Medicine and Hospitals Women’s role Underground Railroad Kansas-Nebraska Act Black Codes 54th Massachusetts Civil War Prisons recruitment and draft Nursing Care Cavalry and Infantry Artillery Corp Your presentation must include: Introduction: Why you chose your topic Where you got the information: you must have at least two sources: One must be a book and one must be a computer site Explain...

    Abraham Lincoln, American Civil War, Battle of Gettysburg 792  Words | 5  Pages

  • Truth

    schizophrenic son whom the authorities refused to ‘put away’, even though it was clearly necessary. By studying these and other texts, I can clearly see that there are many different versions of reality and there is no absolute truth. Our perspective is dependent on the way the truth is presented to us, and we are continually influenced by texts which employ various techniques to present and persuade their views. Institutionalised is a hardcore punk and trash metal song by Suicidal Tendencies that...

    67th Academy Awards, Dollar Baby, First-person narrative 2184  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing

    Pursuing A Nursing Career Pursuing A Nursing Career Nursing Industry: A world of Opportunity Nursing Industry: A world of Opportunity  Flexible schedule – convenient shifts to fit your schedule  Challenge - everyday a new challenge; no boredom. .  Accomplishment – Become an outstanding person  Pride - Helping people on a day to day basis  Wisdom/Knowledge – Become familiar with the human anatomy and the medical world.  Flexible schedule – convenient shifts...

    Associate's degree, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, College 802  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    REPORT: associates degree in nursing date: 12/4/2012 Descriptive Abstract This investigative report will go into detail about associate’s degree in nursing. Nursing is the largest health care profession in the U.S. Over 2.5 million strong, nurses make up the largest workforce within the clinical healthcare industry. Nursing careers offer a wide variety of roles and a broad scope of responsibility. This report will also show graphs and steps to get into a nursing program as well as job titles...

    Academic degree, Associate's degree, Bachelor of Science 927  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing Philosophy

    Philosophers are engaged in inquiry concerning the search for truth, the nature of universe and the meaning of human experience. Welch& Polifroni(1999). The aim of this paper is to compare and contrast the philosophical paradigms of Realism, Antirealism, Phenomenology , Postmodernism. To relate the Empiricism, Positivism, Historicism, and Relativism to the nature of scientific truth. Moreover, to discuss the significance of truth for nursing as a profession and as a science. The various paradigms are...

    Epistemology, Knowledge, Philosophy 1935  Words | 11  Pages

  • When Should We Trust Our Senses to Give Us Truth?

    When should we trust our senses to give us truth? Our senses are the connection between our minds and the environment, through our senses we receive information from the external environment, senses perception were delivered to our mind to interpret and process the truth, which simply means the fact and reality. The senses of a knower include sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing. To find the truth through sense perception, knower has to compare his sense perception with his pre-existing...

    Hearing, Illusion, Mind 762  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    Japan Journal of Nursing Science (2008) 5, 71 doi:10.1111/j.1742-7924.2008.00111.x EDITORIAL Nursing theory – remembering our future Modern nursing theory began with Virginia Henderson in the 1960s. In her grand theory of nursing, she defined nursing as “assisting individuals to gain independence in the performance of activities contributing to health or its recovery (Henderson, 1966, p. 15). Since the 1970s, the literature on nursing theory has focused upon two levels of nursing theories: the...

    Health economics, Healthcare, Medicine 666  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    Abstract Nursing is one of the oldest careers in history. It has grown tremendously since the beginning of the profession and strives forward in hopes to attain more advancement in the medical field. Along the years, there have been several controversies regarding nursing as a profession. In this paper we will discuss what nursing professionalism is and why we as nurses need to remain a professional icon in the occupation. This paper will also summarize two nursing articles regarding nursing professionalism...

    Diploma in Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Nurse 1326  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

     Nursing Education and the Issue of Change Kiara Eppinga Briar Cliff Nursing Student Nursing Education and the Issue of Change During the past 100 years the way in which healthcare is being practiced has changed considerably, and so has the need for furthering and strengthening nursing education. There are several factors that have contributed to the changes, such as an aging population, an increasing awareness of economics, new and more sophisticated...

    Academic degree, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Licensed practical nurse 1624  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    The field of nursing is very broad. With a degree in nursing, someone could enjoy a range of experiences. With a degree in nursing from NCCU State University, there are a number of career paths I could follow such as, becoming a Registered Nurse Case Manager, Nurse Practitioner, or Patient Advocate. Within this research paper, I will explore the nursing job field and also give statistics on the nursing field. Nursing is a profession filled with limitless personal and professional rewards. When...

    Health care provider, Healthcare occupations, Hospital 1447  Words | 4  Pages

  • Elderly Abuse and Neglect in Nursing Homes

    Elderly Abuse and Neglect in Nursing Homes Debra K. Showers Kaplan University Elderly Abuse and Neglect in Nursing Homes Are nursing homes abusing and neglecting the elderly? The elderly are abused and neglected in society today by caregivers in nursing homes. Elder abuse or neglect is a single or repeated action occurring within any relationship where there is an overlook of trust which causes injury or distress to an older...

    Abuse, Child abuse, Geriatrics 2374  Words | 7  Pages

  • When Should We Trust Our Senses to Give Us Truth?

    Throughout their existence on this planet, humans have never ceased to seek the truth about the world around them. From as early as creation myths in 4000BC, to last year’s discovery of the Higgs boson sub-atomic particle, humans have sought to explain their surroundings, big and small, primarily through the use of their senses. Sense perception involves the five sense organs in the human body, which perceive external stimulus through the faculties of sight, smell, hearing, taste and touch. This...

    Observation, Perception, Proprioception 1413  Words | 4  Pages

  • Nursing

    component of the metaparadigm of nursing must be considered. This metaparadigm was first developed by Florence Nightingale and is still a valid and important tool nurses use every day. Its four components are person, environment, health and nursing each works to help the other for a better understanding and application of proper care (Fawcett, 1994). The first paradigm refers not only to a person, but also to the families or social groups who are involved in the nursing treatment. A nurse’s care must...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Healthcare occupations 1486  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing

    NURSING Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life. Nurses may be differentiated from other health care providers by their approach to patient care, training, and scope of practice. Nurses practice in a wide diversity of practice areas with a different scope of practice and level of prescriber authority in each. Many nurses provide care within the...

    Christianity, Florence Nightingale, Health 793  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    What is nursing? What exactly does it mean to nurse a patient, and how has this definition changed over the past centuries? What does the discipline of nursing consist of? In this essay, I aim to attempt to answer these questions, along with the help of a myriad of nursing researchers whose studies have helped to broaden my perspective on what exactly it is that I now do for a living. I will be discussing the different types of nursing knowledge that assists us as nurses to care for patients and...

    Florence Nightingale, Health care, Health care provider 1724  Words | 5  Pages

  • Nursing

    glance of reading the ANA code of ethics it seemed way beyond my “scope” of practice. I took a lot of time to read since it was kind of repetitive in a sense. I’m a new graduate to nursing field and without experience I don’t have ample nursing philosophy yet. I have worked as a hospice nurse now for 3 weeks, and have a nursing perspective of 3 weeks. It’s hard to imagine the code of ethics being realistic, 100% of the time. As nurses we are humans and not robots. The ANA Code of Ethics for Nurses...

    Ethics, Florence Nightingale, Health care 1313  Words | 4  Pages

  • Image Of Nursing

    Running Head: THE IMAGE OF NURSING 1 The Image of Nursing Michael Comninos Breckinridge School of Nursing Nursing Michael Comninos Breckinridge School of Nursing Mrs. Brumbaugh NU 100-Nursing Roles Week II Tuesday, March 24, 2014 Running Head: THE IMAGE OF NURSING ...

    Diploma in Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Nurse 796  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nursing

    remember I was a sick child and, I figured that I wanted to be a nurse someone who was always helping people and that at a point of time in my life they helped me. Nursing is a health care profession that involves taking care of another person in which a person needs the formal education and training in the art of science of nursing. Nurses help individuals, families, and groups to achieve health and prevent diseases, and they care for the sick and injured using procedures based on knowledge, skill...

    Academic degree, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor's degree 2327  Words | 6  Pages

  • nursing

    0916-484-5004 DEGREE: Bachelor of Science in Nursing Las Piñas College College of Nursing March 29, 2001 Passed the Integrated Comprehensive Licensure Exam June 10, 2001 Passed the Midwifery Board Exam November 10, 2009 WORK EXPERIENCE: Las Piñas City Medical Center Las Piñas City, Philippines Staff Nurse (OB GYNE, MEDICAL AND SURGICAL WARD) August 22, 2001 – December 21, 2004 Clinical Instructor supervising: Nursing Midwifery Caregiving students in OB GYNE and Pediatric...

    Chavacano language, Medicine, Nursing 445  Words | 4  Pages

  • Trust essay

    lying is wrong and that people should always tell the truth, because everyone you come into contact will trust you. If you do lie, the truth will eventually come out, and if you do not lie you will have a clean conscious. Lying does not do you or anyone else any good; it does not resolve anything. Perhaps at first if you are a good liar it will resolve some problems, but eventually the truth will come out. When the truth does come out, situations worsen and problems arise. People...

    2009 singles, Black-and-white films, Friendship 1338  Words | 4  Pages

  • nursing

    Description It is my first day of work after graduating from nursing school. I am currently in a remote island of Maldives. It is a small hospital consisting of 50 beds and almost 20 staffs working in 3 shifts. I came for morning duty and the nursing in-charge shown me maternal and surgical ward as my first work place. After taking handing over from the night shift staff I made everything ready for the ward round as the doctors will be here in no time. Just before the doctors arrival we got a patient...

    Existential quantification, Hospital, Management 819  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nursing

    nurse. My terrifying event is one of the influences that made me decide on declaring nursing as a major. I want to become a nurse because there will always be people who are going to get sick and need someone there to help ease their pain. Because of the nurses who helped me through my struggle have made such a huge impact on how I saw their profession. Nurses are meant to be there for you. Over the years Nursing has been dominated mostly by females. There are still men in this profession but are...

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Female, Gender 962  Words | 3  Pages

  • Truth or Lie?

     Truth or Lie? Admit it: You’ve lied. You told your boss you were at home with the flu when really you are spending the day going shopping at the mall. You told your friend that she looked fabulous in that new polka dot dress she just bought. According to the free online dictionary, a lie is defined as a false statement made with deliberate intent to deceive; an intentional untruth; a falsehood. There are several different reasons that a person might lie. For example, you might lie...

    Ethics, False, Human 971  Words | 5  Pages

  • Public image of nursing

    familiar with the role of nurses. How do the media positively or negatively influence the public’s image of nursing? The public often see nurses through images in the media. Unfortunately, the media and Hollywood, portray negative false image of nurses and doctors to the public. T.V. shows like Nurse Jackie, Grey’s Anatomy, and naughty nurse Halloween costume depicted the dark side of nursing. We have to educate and change the negative image of nurses. The media projects false image about nurses...

    Diploma in Nursing, Florence Nightingale, Nurse 727  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    goal. I graduated from Highline Community College last year with honor degree. Even though I already obtained my AA degree in Pre-Nursing, gaining my knowledge in the medical field is not enough for me. I want to gain more clinical patient experience and help people with all my heart. In order to strengthen my clinical experience, I also took the CNA class at Blossom Nursing Assistant Training School while studying at HCC and received the CNA license. Currently, I’m working at Stafford Suites Senior...

    Care of residents, Health care, Healthcare 1647  Words | 9  Pages

  • Nursing

    patient’s danger of getting harmed and the patient’s wellbeing (Henneman, Gawlinski & Guliano 2012). This essay contains a rationale, a case scenario of a patient who shows respiratory deterioration and the appropriate nursing actions to be undertaken in such a case. Nurse’s role Nursing assessments and interventions which reduce unpleasant patient outcomes are vital. There are various reasons for worse patient outcomes like improper diagnosis, lack of administering the right medication and poor control...

    Blood, Nurse, Nursing 2090  Words | 6  Pages

  • Philosophy of Nursing

    My Complete Nursing Philosophy When I consider my what my personal philosophy of nursing is, I reflect upon all I have learned thus far about what a holistic approach to healthcare entails, as well as several professional nursing values which I consider to be priorities when providing nursing care to my clients. With an emphasis on the mind, body and spirit working together as a whole rather than separate parts, the holistic approach to nursing provides the framework for my nursing philosophy that...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nursing

    excellent nursing care (Srivastava, 2007). However, health care provider’s roles and responsibilities in meeting health care needs of the clients in consideration to cultural perspective and diversity are getting more challenging and complicated due to increased number of people from a group of multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society, which, in turn requires health care providers to acknowledge and understand variations of cultural healthcare beliefs, values and practices. Transcultural nursing is essential...

    Competence, Culture, Four stages of competence 2676  Words | 7  Pages

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