"Nurse" Essays and Research Papers

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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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Bad Nurses

Crystal L. Finney ENG-111-103A June 28, 2012 Bad Nurses He was lying in his bed struggling to take every breath. The Hospice doctor said he wouldn’t live more than twenty-four hours now. Uncle Ralph’s chest sounded like a motor running because his lungs were so congested. We thought that suctioning out his lungs would help him to breathe a little easier so I volunteered to ask the nurse for help. Doctor Kinsley called for an available nurse. The one around the corner yelled back that she...

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Charge Nurse

Charge nurse page 1. Running head: Charge nurse competencies A qualitative study of charge nurse competences Charge nurse p 2. A qualitative study of charge nurse competencies This is a research critique of a qualitative study concerning the charge nurse role in medical-surgical and intensive care units. The purpose of this article is...

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Head Nurse

A head nurse has the following important duties and job responsibilities: * Planning and scheduling the work activities of junior nurses in her section. * Making sure that the medical reports and instruments are kept properly and safely. * Ensuring that the patients obey the instructions and advice of the doctors and follow their prescriptions sincerely. * Ensuring that the areas where the patients are admitted are sanitized properly on a regular basis. * Directing the patients...

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Expert Nurse

our patients. But developing competency is but one step to becoming an expert nurse. Nurses’ expertise grows over the years — a product of experiences (Saver, 2009). The importance of nursing practice expertise in modern and effective health services and its impact on patients, colleagues and health care services is internationally recognized (Manley and Webster, 2006). Expert nurses - nurse consultants, specialist nurses and clinical leaders - possess expertise that spans and integrates interpersonal...

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Nurse Interview

Master's-Prepared Nurse Interview Grand Canyon University Theoretical Foundation for Nursing Roles and Practice NUR-502 May 23, 2012 Master's-Prepared Nurse Interview With the rapid growth in the implementation and use of electronic medical records, there is an increase in how we define the role of nurses and other team member’s (Deese & Stien, 2004). Along with providing optimal care, nurses are also responsible for interpreting and accurately documenting large amounts of information...

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The Role of a Nurse

| The Role Of A Nurse | Child Nursing | | Leann oneill | [Pick the date] | | The role of a nurse I have been asked to research and write a report about the role of a nurse. The particular nursing profession I am going to write about is that of a Child nurse. The purpose of this report is to identify the duties of a Child nurse, and the training needed to qualify in this branch of nursing. To do this I am first going to explain the role of a Child nurse then I will look at...

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Nurse Education

Comparative Claim Nursing education Nursing has always seemed to be a profession in which the nurse is the follower of the doctor such as their personal minion only doing the nominal things that the doctor does not want to do. However in Florence Nightingale’s Notes on Nursing and the article “Quality and Nursing” by Hall, Moore, and Barnsteiner you can see that nurses can have a much larger impact on the healthcare system. In Nightingale’s book the author takes an in-depth look at nursing and...

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Nurse Role

As a nurse promoting educational information is very important if not vital in the career of nursing. Prevention is better than cure and by promoting such fruitful information there will be an increase in practice of illness prevention. For example: flu shot, mammogram, etc. To be more direct and specific, Nursing promotes and educate individuals of all ages, families, groups and communities, sick or even the well. Promoting health through educational information is a fundamental aspect of health...

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Nurse Observation

This reflection is based on my observations of the need for of effective communication skills and knowledge of nurses regarding the management of aggression in elderly patients with dementia. Clinician need to be equipped with seclusion, medication and de-escalation skills to be able to manage patient aggressive behaviours safely. I have chosen these particular observations after realising how fundamental they are in implementation aggressive behaviour management strategies in patients. While working...

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