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    teachers asking things like what do i want to be when I grow up? What do I want to study in college? As a child I would give a quick sentence or a couple of words. I would say that I wanted to be a cop‚ a firefighter‚ or a Volleyball player. Becoming a nurse has alwayes been a dream of mine‚ when i came to this country from Afghanistan my first volunteering job was at a nursing facility where I was taking care of elderly patients‚ It was during that time that I realized taking care of people is my passion

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    essential to me. My professional aspiration is to become an Informatics Nurse specialist. The reason why I want to become an Informatics Nurse is because I enjoy working with the information technology. I have been working as a Registered Nurse since last sixteen years and have worked in different areas. Now I would like to uplift my career and wants to become an Informatics Nurse. Throughout my career in nursing I found out that Nurse informatics specialists are at the front position of transforming technology

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    Professional Development of Nursing Professionals   | 1Unsatisfactory0.00% | 2Less than Satisfactory75.00% | 3Satisfactory83.00% | 4Good94.00% | 5Excellent100.00% | | 80.0 %Content |   | 20.0 %Impact of the IOM Report on Nursing Education | Impact of the IOM report on nursing education is not offered. | Impact of the IOM report on nursing education is offered but incomplete due to the exclusion of relevant information. | Impact of the IOM report on nursing education is offered and accurate

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    addressed as a nurse‚ will respond (Frederickson‚ 4). Nursing occupations make up the largest group of workers in the health care field. Such occupations include Advance Practice Nurses‚ Certified Nurse-Midwives‚ Clinical Nurse Specialists‚ Community Health Nurses‚ Critical Care Nurses‚ Emergency Nurses‚ Geriatric Nurses‚ Home Health Care and Hospice Nurses‚ Legal Nurse Consultants‚ Licensed-Practical Nurses‚ Neonatal NursesNurse Anesthetists‚ Nurse Assistants‚ Nurse Managers‚ Nurse Practitioners

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    Nurse Staffing

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    Running head: NURSE STAFFING Nurse Staffing: Does One Size Fit All? Iva Roach Abstract Two major forms of staffing guidelines will be discussed‚ nurse-to-patient ratio and staffing by acuity. This paper will discuss the history of each staffing form. It will point out the benefits and negative features of both practices‚ describe how hospitals deal with staffing and discuss the states that have laws requiring certain guidelines be followed. Nurse Staffing: Does One Size Fit All? What

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    Nurse Staffing

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    The Effects of Nurse Staffing on Patient Safety Evidence and Methodology • Our goal is clearly defined---- To assess whether nurse staffing effects patient safety in the form of inpatient hospital mortality and patient safety • Our studies are observational and taken from random samples adjusted for risk and hospital characteristics----Data was obtained from nurse surveys and risk-adjusted 30-day inpatient mortality and failure to rescue. Pt discharge data was obtained from the state agencies.

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    Reasons to be a Nurse

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    choose to pursue the dream of becoming a nurse. I love being around children and helping other that are hurt. My daughter and my sister have inspired me to become a better person. I have chosen that the best career for me would be a Pediatric Nurse. Being a Pediatric Nurse would benefit me. I would have a variety of job opportunities‚ flexible hours and last but not least you would get to make a great and rewarding salary. First‚ as a Pediatric Nurse I would have an excellent and flexible schedule

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    Community Nurse

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    COMMUNITY NURSE The gradually shifting of health care from the acute to the non-acute setting is also changing some of the professional nurse’s training. A number of colleges are integrating a more in depth training in community nursing. They are including skill‚ role‚ and competencies required to function as a community health Register Nurse (RN). Examples include an epidemiologist‚ case manager‚ coordinator of services provided to a group of patients‚ occupational health nurse‚ school nurse‚ visiting

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    Nurse Leader

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    This paper will highlight Florence Nightingale nursing leadership and describe her leadership characteristics. It will further depict the democratic style Florence Nightingale utilized throughout her career. Florence Nightingale was not only a nurse‚ she was a researcher‚ educator‚ and theorist. Her contributions to nursing and society are numerous. Florence Nightingale has been referred to as the “mother of modern nursing” (Johnson & Webber‚ 2005). Through her work and example‚ nursing became

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    Reflection on Nurses

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    Mr Jones‘ bed bath‚ and ensured that there were not any obstacles around the bed so that my colleague and I could work effectively. Treating people with care‚ respecting their individuality and their dignity is a fundamental part of our conduct as nurses (The Code 2008)‚ therefore we introduced ourselves to Mr Jones and explained what we were going to do even though he did not seem to understand. As I closed the curtains around the bed‚ his behaviour began to change. He started using very harsh

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