• Issues and Trends at Nursing Education
    attention This only proves that cheating is not only a trend here in the Philippines but all over the world. This cheating issue in nursing education should be managed under collaborative efforts of nursing faculty members around the globe. This is a sample trend that may become an issue, if problem exist...
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  • Final Exam
    decision making style more than the others. I would first hold a staff meeting and make everyone aware of the situation and that there would only be two nurses able to go to the conference due to financial constraints. I would, however, also propose that if more people would be interested in going to these...
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  • Reasearch Paper on Healthcare Monitoring System
    healthcare system in the cloud – addressing security and privacy challenges Identify the purpose / Objectivity of the conference paper Throughout my research on Healthcare monitor systems in the cloud. I have stumbled on a conference paper that discusses the privacy and security issues encountered. This...
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  • Middle Range Theory
    Evolution of the Mid Range Theory of Comfort for Outcomes Research Katharine Kolcaba, PhD, RN, C The developmental stages of the mid range theory of comfort are discussed in this article, which includes its philosophic orientation and its inductive, deductive, and retroductive reasoning. Other steps...
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  • Documentation & Informatics
    Monitoring Reimbursement Research 2. Describe guidelines for effective documentation and reporting in a variety of health care settings Accurate, concise, complete, specific, and timely. a. A factual record contains descriptive, objective information about what a nurse sees, hears, feels, and smells...
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  • Blabla
    affects me as nurse by giving help to the community how to be aware in order for them to take care of themselves better. Major and Incognates 1. Enhance question #4 Project Title: Recruiting of Students in the Hospitals as Part-time Employees I. Introduction: Duty time for nurses varies from...
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  • Child and Family
    families (depending on the functioning of the family), experience and cope with similar situations and pressures in different ways, and by the help of Nurses working in acute care and community settings, these experiences can easily be assisted and managed for a positive outcome. With family functioning/interaction...
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  • Hospital Quality
    the country are searching for ways to improve quality of care and promote effective quality improvement strategies. This research study, by members of the economic and social research institute, identifies and describes the key factors that contributed to the success of four high-performing hospitals across...
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  • eradicating bullying in the nursing profession
    Healthcare Bullying in nursing needs to stop, it’s limiting the nurses we do have, and taking away potentially good nurses that need the training to become great nurses. There is already a severe nursing shortage, why allow the nurses causing these issues to continue this behavior and contribute to...
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  • vital signs
    O ne of the traditional roles of nurses involves surveillance.This might include watching patients for changes in their condition, recognising early clinical deterioration and protection from harm or errors (Rogers et al, 2008). For over 100  years, nurses have performed this surveillance using...
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  • Student Nurse
    governance aims and to make sure that nurses deliver evidence based practice (Pridmore and Gammon 2007). The evidence based documents help to improve efficiency and effectiveness through the dissemination of good practice (Cullen et al 2000). These guidelines require nurses to accept responsibility for maintaining...
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  • Critically Reflect on the Principles Care , How It Impact on Professional Practice?, Relating to Nursing Pratice.
    and critically review key elements, principles and Holistic approaches in Palliative care in the process relate them to my practice as a generalist nurse in a hospital setting, its impact on palliative care, and finally discuss on findings and recommendations to my practices. Palliative care is one...
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  • Psychology
    jobs in the field of education, sports development, nurse care etc. will greatly benefit from a certain level of psychology knowledge. For those who undertake this course module will therefore have to write impressive psychology essay that incorporates the theoretical knowledge with practical aspects. ...
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  • Prison Experiment
    violent disruption of towns were reported. The members of South African Municipal Workers’ Union (SAMWU) were allegedly intimidating the patients and nurses of municipal clinics in Cape Town and Johannesburg. Several clinics in Khayelitsha closed down due to the intimidation of SAMWU members. The members...
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  • Impact of Health and Illness on a Child
    discuss the impact of illness on sick children and the impact the illness has on both the parents and siblings of the sick child. The author will also incorporate the importance of family centred care in the impact of illness on a child and its importance in children’s nursing. The author would like to go into...
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  • The Role of the Mentor in Paramedical Education
    assignment looks at the scope of mentoring, and draws on published literature to define the roles of the mentor in clinical practice. The paucity of research surrounding clinical Paramedic mentoring means that most literature used is sourced from publications primarily aimed at the nursing profession....
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  • Vark Learning Style Analysis
    a unimodal learning style since no other learning preference outcome was identified as being close to the reading/writing preference. According to research by (Fleming, 2009), learning preferences have been increasingly identified as unimodal, however in contrasting findings, (Bernardes & Hanna, 2009)...
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  • Transference and Counterference
    is the nurse-patient relationship (Imura, 1991). This discussion will describe how these phenomena occur, and how they may manifest in the nurse-patient relationship. Furthermore, this discussion will highlight nursing interventions in these situations, in order to provide insight into how nurses can maintain...
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  • Mentorship
    Journal of Holistic Nursing http://jhn.sagepub.com/ Expert Holistic Nurses' Advice to Nursing Students Glenda Christiaens, Jo Ann Abegglen and Andrea Gardner J Holist Nurs 2010 28: 201 originally published online 28 June 2010 DOI: 10.1177/0898010110369176 The online version of this article can be found...
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  • Concept Analysis: Resilience
    theories. A concept analysis will clarify the meaning, theoretical and operational definitions of the concept, for use in theory or research (Walker & Avant, 2011). The research on resiliency has increased and today, policy and practice stakeholders have interest on its impact on health, well-being, and...
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