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 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...

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nursing informatics

Nursing Informatics Nursing informatics can best be described “as the integration of data, information and knowledge to support patients and clinicians in decisions across roles and settings, using information structures, process, and technology” (Knight & Shea, p. 93). Nursing informatics has evolved over the last half decade from a system with only a few abilities to a worldwide technological system used in many hospital settings and physician offices in order to unify healthcare, eliminate error...

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Nursing Education

Running head: FUTURE OF NURSING Nursing Education and the Future of Nursing September 9, 2013 GCU Education is a vital factor in the field of nursing. Nursing is one of the biggest workforces in the United States, and in the health care field specifically, “with more than 3 million members, the nursing profession is the largest segment in the nation’s health care workforce” . For this reason, the Institute of Medicine has worked to make recommendations...

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Future of Nursing

Nursing career is one of the few fastest growing fields in the health care industry, not only in the United States, but also in the world. Nurse practice has drastically changed in the last decade and as a result the need for changes in nursing practice is becoming more and more important. The Affordable Care Act of 2010 (ACA) will place many demands on health professionals and offer them many opportunities to create a system that is more patient centered. The legislation has begun the long process...

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philosophy of nursing

 Personal Philosophy of Nursing Madeline A. Cameron Oklahoma Wesleyan University My personal philosophy views nursing as a calling. I believe that all nurses have a personal duty to delineate personal and spiritual truths, pursue continuing education and provide competent and unbiased care to all patients. “Spirituality in health is inextricable in each person’s search for the discovery of the truth about self and the meaning and purpose of life.” (PubMed.gov, 1997) In order...

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Nursing Rounds

Nursing rounds are given separate names according to thepurpose they serve .a)Information giving rounds :It is used to acquaint the staff with all patients on the wardor division .b)Instructional rounds :Here the nurse is expected to read the charts and come torounds with basic information in mind .c)Problem solving rounds: This is to help the nursing staff learn to conduct initialinterviews make assessment of patient’s needs and identifynursing care problems .Purposes of nursing rounds :1.To demonstrate...

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Philosophy of Nursing

overview of my philosophy of nursing. I used online and literature documentations and I began the paper by defining nursing according to International Council of Nursing. The website for more information: http://www.icn.ch/about-icn/icn-definition-of-nursing/. I used Nightingale’s thoughts to describe four metaparadigms of nursing which are person, environment, health and nursing, and described how nursing integrates these concepts according to the literature Nursing Theories: The base for professional...

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Philosophy of Nursing

Philosophy of Nursing Jennifer Moore University of Phoenix Philosophy of Nursing The purpose of this paper is to write a beginning philosophy of nursing that reflects the beliefs and values of me, Jennifer Moore. My personal philosophy as a nurse is to treat every patient as I would like to be treated. Why I Chose Nursing I chose nursing as my profession because nursing was something that had been in my family...

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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...

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Definition of Nursing

RUNNING HEAD: DEFOFNURSING Definition of Nursing Mary Hays 2-8-2009 Definition of Nursing One’s personal beliefs regarding the Nursing Profession will be examined in this Definition of Nursing paper. The major elements of nursing in our society today will be defined. Personal and professional values will be defined in part through the use of examples from personal clinical practice. A statement of how...

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