Samples "Nursing"

Nursing

In my role as Registered Nurse, I am committed to selecting a program which will best suit my needs and provide me with opportunities for growth and development at a professional level. A residency program is an option and provides opportunities to improve my skillset and to gain exposure to...

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A research priority for transforming nursing leadership is identifying the personal and professional characteristics most critical to leadership in health care organizations. One way this priority can be addressed is by examining the literature on nursing leadership and its relationship to patient outcomes. Although an abundance of research exists on...

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Nurse practitioners are capable of bringing change since they work directly in the community in hospitals, homes, schools and even mobile clinics. It is, therefore, easy for nurses to provide health care to everyone in need where they are. Nurses use their expertise to identify risks associated with acute illness...

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Regardless of the discipline or subject which they represent, curricula are complex constructs which exist in order to make sure that a student’s educational experience contains exposure to and engagement with content as well as assessment of the student’s level of comprehension. Nursing education is no different, and like curricula...

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HIV is a fairly new disease, having first appeared at the end of the 1970’s. Because of this, humans have had a very short time to learn how to cope with and prevent the spread of the virus. Because of this, treatment was initially scarce, causing over half of all...

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Nurses are essential members of the health care community because they are involved in the admintration and delivery of advanced clinical practices to people. However, the shortage of nurses is one of ten biggest challenges affecting the healthcare industry. The shortage of nurses is characterized by the lack of a...

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The role of a nurse is crucially significant, especially in school, since the health of children and youth is in absolute priority of government policy. The school nurse contributes to management of chronic health conditions of students during the school day (AAP, 2008). Service of the school nurse is not...

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Advocating in nursing involves intervening, being mindful of cultural differences, caring for DNR patients, and helping all patients make informed decisions (“Ch. 6 4205 Evidence-Based Practice”, n.d.). As a working nurse I have encountered the problem of medications essential to the patient’s health not being on their insurance plan’s formulary....

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My mother’s brain aneurysm in December 2000 was a turning point. That tragic night I believed I was losing my mother. I had never experienced such overwhelming fear. A loving and compassionate nurse not only cared for my mother, but gave me the hope I needed. I had always enjoyed...

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