Samples "Nurses"


Labor and Delivery as a Registered Nurse

As a registered nurse, there is an extraordinary ability to perform meaningful work towards those that need assistance the most. In many instances, nurses assist patients who are in emotional, physical or even mental stress. Specifically, there is a need to have a sense of comfort, but there is also...

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625 words | 3 page(s)
Personal Nursing Philosophy and the Nursing Metaparadigm

Nursing seems to be more studied today than ever before, a reality appropriately reflecting the critical importance of the work. While study is of course valuable, it may go only so far in explaining the nature of the role when correctly applied because nursing is inherently care, and care is...

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1131 words | 5 page(s)
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Community Health Nurse Treatment

Community health nurses are trained to provide care and treatment in the community setting to ensure that all persons across different age and population groups have the tools and resources that are required to provide education, outreach, and treatment to patients regarding issues that are important to public health. In...

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879 words | 4 page(s)
Nursing Shortage Due To Older and Aging Nurses?

The coming nursing shortage is a great concern for healthcare. The provision of quality care requires a sufficient labor force of nurses, yet a number of factors of supply and demand are converging in such a way that there is likely to be a shortage. The major reason for this...

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894 words | 4 page(s)
Incorporating Theory

Falls prevention in the nursing home environment may be best described by adopting Orlando’s nursing model to improve nursing-based discipline in order to impact outcomes and to reduce falls risk for patients (Abraham, 2011). This requires a strong and trust-based relationship between nurses and patients in an effort to produce...

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594 words | 3 page(s)