themes were identiﬁed from content coding, including emotional responses and attitudes toward the change, issues about the management of the change process and about change outcomes. Supervisory and non-supervisory staff referred more to conﬂict and divisions, and expressed more negative attitudes toward...
Leininger, born in Sutton, Nebraska, received her diploma in nursing in 1948 from St. Anthony’s School of Nursing in Denver Colorado. She then went on and continued her education and received a B.S. and an M.S. in psychiatric and mental health nursing in 1954. After she continued even further, she was given...
Nursing Competencies by Educational Preparation of Associate Degree Nursing and Bachelor Degree Nursing.
This paper’s the focus will be on the differences in associate degree nursing (ADN and baccalaureate in nursing (BSN) competencies, based on educational preparation. Highly qualified nurses are...
to express them clearly and coherently.
a) The house is a dominant symbol that looms over Still Stands the House as if it were a character itself.
What does the house symbolize? Support your answer with two references to the play.
b) This play has several strong themes. Identify one of them. How does...
In this paper, we will compare and contrast Skilled Nursing Facilities from 20 years ago to today. Skilled Nursing facilities of today are both similar and different from what they were like two decades ago. Similarities comprise of the organizational structure, including different departments...
What are nurse’s experiences of stress on the work place?
A literature review
Date of submission
I would take this chance to show gratitude for my supervisor Professor. Hannabinah Mariane, my colleagues, my family and peers...
Collaborative practice (Sadler 2004) is at the forefront of health and social care training. For me, like many nursing students, the first steps in collaborative practice were the IPL (interprofessional learning) modules at university. This has been described as two...
understanding of faith and its role in health care, a definition of the terms associated with it is necessary:
Spirituality, as defined by Hay as cited in Nursing Management Journal, is not simply a cultural choice that one take up and disregard according to one’s preference. It is a universal given which means...
individuals are working beyond retirement and businesses are seeing more diversity among its workforce. These changes bring forth the importance of research studies for organizational psychologists in examining the current psychology of new employees along with current organizational systems, such as recruitment...
(CRHT). This assignment aims to discuss the importance of the 10 Essential Shared Capabilities, introduce clear definitions of SFBT, evaluate current research of SFBT, and provide an evaluation of the key principles of SFBT. I will make a brief comparison of SFBT and traditional psychotherapy. I will utilise...
Question: Choose one nursing theory and explain its relevance to nursing practice by presenting its key points through the different phases of the nursingprocess.
Today, nurses are becoming sensitive to and knowledgeable about cultural differences and similarities in people’s care. They must recognize...
Cesaria Tan - First Filipino nurse who had Masters Degree in Nursing in the United States.
Annie Sand - Founded the National League of Philippine Government Nurses.
Socorro Diaz - First editor of “The Message” the first journal of Philippine Nurses Association
Dr. Julita Sotejo - Considered as...
Marianna Mantzorou 1, Dimos Mastrogiannis 2
1. RN, MSc, Lecturer, Department of Nursing Β΄, Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of
2. RN, MSc, Lecturer, Department of Nursing, Technological Educational Institute (TEI) of Lamia,
Background: Τhe scientific...
Explain the purpose and characteristics of descriptive research.
b. Differentiate survey and case study.
c. Identify the different types of Descriptive research
d. Discuss the advantage and disadvantages of Descriptive research
e. Answer the drills correctly
II. OUTLINE OF...
In partial fulfillment of the requirements for
Master of Arts in Nursing
advantages OF NIGHT shift duty NURSES
IN SELECTED HOSPITALS
IN LASPINAS CITY
(METHODS OF RESEARCH)
Hazel Melanie A. Tan, RN
viewed as the essence of nursing, discuss...
Lenninger (1984) described caring as the “essence of nursing”. Over the years many nursing theorists and researchers have examined the concept of caring and written extensively on the importance of caring in nursing. Going back to the foundation...
sciences (Schneider and Brief, 1992), with over 5,000 articles and dissertations having been written on the topic to date (Cranny et al., 1992). This research has provided a host of studies attempting to measure satisfaction, its antecedents and its consequences. Yet, most organizations continue to struggle...
Leadership, Management and Job Descriptions in the ICU
The purpose of this paper is to provide an overview of management and leadership in the nursing profession based on scenario of Ms. J who is nurse manager in the intensive care unit (ICU). Ms. J has been a nurse for 25 years in the current hospital...
complex, dynamic, non-linear self-organizing systems. Though there are some who do take this view,
there are others who point to the similaritiesbetween Lewin's work and that of complexity theorists.
In order to examine these conflicting views, the article begins by reviewing Lewin's Planned
School of Health Sciences
La Salle University
Of the Requirements for the Degree
Doctor of Nursing Practice
Doctor of Nursing Practice Program
Title of Clinical Capstone Proposal: A NEEDS ASSESSMENT...