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    information that each care giver accesses. (Vergence). Despite the fact that this team is charged with investigating the new system, active nursing involvement in the planning, choice, and implementation is important as well. A system that is conducive to physician use but incompatible with everyday nursing duties is unacceptable. Therefore, it is important to get nursing input to ensure that the system chosen improves the whole hospital’s care of the patients. This input should include setting up a list

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    December 11, 2011 Senior project Beginning the field of nursing Nurse Anesthetist I have chosen nursing as my research topic paper because I have hurt myself numerous times in my past. I have falling off bikes, skateboards, falling down hills and many more. I have been back and forth from the doctor’s office. The nurses and their staff took very good care of me as well. I have always dreamed to enter the field on nursing to give back my love and care to the patients. Becoming a nurse

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    problem?   7. List one nursing diagnosis for this patient and 3 interventions for your chosen diagnosis. Explain the rationale for each intervention. Please explain what data you, as the nurse, would gather to evaluate the outcome of the interventions. Nursing Diagnoses: Ineffective breathing related to allergic response as evidenced by changes in respiratory rate or pattern from baseline, changes in pulse rate and as stated by client. Nursing Interventions: • Discontinue

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    patterns of knowing in nursing. In W. Cody (Ed), Philosophical and theoretical perspectives for advanced nursing practice (pp. 23-33). Burlington, MA: Jones & Barlett Learning. The author identifies the structure of knowledge and the fundamental patterns of knowing in nursing. It is in understanding these patterns that is essential for the teaching and learning of nursing. She describes what kinds of knowledge are held to be of the most value in the discipline of nursing. The four fundamental

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    to Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation as manifested by presence of petechiae and sudden bruising Cues | Nursing Diagnosis | Planning | Intervention | Rationale | Evaluation | Subjective:Objective:(+)Petechiae(+)sudden bruising | Risk for bleeding related to disseminated intravascular coagulation as manifested by presence of petechiae and sudden bruising | STG:After 2 hours of nursing intervention, the patient will be able to receive alert about the existing risk factors for bleeding. | Independent:

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    Nursing is the art of caring sick and well individual it refers to the dynamic skills and methods in assisting Sick and well people in their recovery. Also nursing is the scientific knowledge and skills . The American Association for the History of nursing (AAHN) is a professional organization open to everyone interested in the history of nursing . We do not know where we are going unless we know where we have been come from . The history of nursing and knowledge of foundations

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    Nursing Is… There was never a time in my life I didn’t know I wanted to be a nurse. From a young age I feel I have taken the necessary steps to prepare myself for a career in the growing field. My dream on becoming a nurse was highly influenced by my mother who worked in labor and delivery for most of her career. Growing up I would often say “I wanted to be just like her”. At that age I was very clueless as to what a nurse entailed but my desire for nursing grew with the experiences I have

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    Advocate Michelle Guth Walden University October 9, 2012 Nursing has not always practiced advocacy; rather, it is a relatively new role for nursing emerging in the United States in the 1980s (Hanks, R. 2007). As a professional nurse it is our duty to serve as our patients advocates. They rely on us to do so. Nurses are considered the protector’s of patient’s rights. The American Nurses Association is dedicated to quality nursing and safety of the patients and this comes in the form of advocacy

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    Communication Maintaining a Quality Practice Setting Case Scenarios Appendix Glossary of Clinical Terms References 3 4 4 4 5 5 6 8 9 11 12 OuR MISSIOn is to protect the public’s right to quality nursing services by providing leadership to the nursing profession in self-regulation. OuR vISIOn is excellence in nursing practice everywhere in Ontario. Infection Prevention and Control ISBN 1-897074-32-8 Pub. No. 41002 Copyright © College of Nurses of Ontario, 2009. Commercial or for-profit redistribution

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    developing action plans. As a nursing student myself while being on first placement I was unsure of what is expected of me. Before attending the mentorship course I had not considered the different styles of learner that is mentored. Every student has different experiences, interests and abilities depending on their stage of learning, nursing knowledge and skills. Standards for professional practice relating to mentoring nursing students are mandatory and set by the Nursing and Midwifery Council. They

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    BULLET BACKGROUND PAPER ON NURSING CAREER COUNSELING PURPOSE Air Force nursing is a non-line career field and subject to a slightly different set of commissioning and accession requirements, outlined in this paper. DISCUSSION * Air Force (AF) Contracted Nursing Students will file their Form 53 in the Fall of their senior year and indicate their Undergraduate Academic Major as Nursing. (46XX-AFSC). * During their senior year, AF contracted nurse candidates through their DETs

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    Nursing Shortage and the Nurse to Patient Ratio Nursing Shortage Issues and the Nurse to Patient Ratio Throughout this paper the focus is going to be on nursing and how it is affected by a growing issue of shortages. The facility where I work has been affected by a nursing shortage; this is why I chose to focus on this topic. I have seen first-hand how everyone throughout the facility is affected by the shortage. I will talk about how

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    BACCALAUREATE DEGREE LEVEL IN NURSING . Baccalaureate nursing practice incorporates the roles of assessing, critical thinking, communicating, teaching and leading. Another advantage of baccalaureate program is that it is acting as a bridge towards master” degree and that’s where specialization comes into play. But, to my knowledge, there are programs that allow a perspective individual to earn their master’s bypassing the BSN altogether, making it not really essential in the nursing profession. EDUCATION

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    Journal of Nursing Administration, 38(5), 223-229. Aiken, L.H., Clarke, S.P., Cheung, R.B., Sloane, D.M., & Silber, J.H. (2003, September 24). Educational levels of hospital nurses and surgical patient mortality, Journal of the American Medical Association, 290, 1617-1623. American Association of Colleges of Nursing (2012). 2011-2012 Enrollment and graduations in baccalaureate and graduate programs in nursing. Washington, DC: Author. American Association of Colleges of Nursing, American Organization

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    Registered nursing, it is a field of medicine that no one pays that much attention too, but its just as important as any surgeon, there are quite a few subdivisions in which it falls under a few of the main ones are home nursing, office nursing and of course the majority of all nurses work in hospitals, and that the one that I am most interested in, just for the fact that I like helping others in need, just the knowing that I will be a part of something, regardless if its minor or life changing,

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    The Nursing Shortage Donna Burgess-Bingen Oklahoma City University Abstract Nursing is a very important part of healthcare. What can be learned through the research on the shortage of nurses? There is not just a shortage of nurses, but a problem with retaining nurses after they have graduated from school. Furthermore, how does the shortage effect nursing education. The Nursing Shortage Nursing is a crucial part of healthcare. Historically, nurses were at the bedside and monitored patients

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    1. he impact of the IOM report on nursing education. 2. The impact of the IOM report on nursing practice, particularly in primary care, and how you would change your practice to meet the goals of the IOM report. 3. The impact of the IOM report on the nurse’s role as a leade The impact of iom report on nursing In 2011, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) collaborated with Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) to publish The Future of Nursing: Leading Changes, Advancing Health. With the increasing

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    low health literacy are more likely to miss preventive measures, which will most likely require rehospitalization. It is imperative for nurses to avoid jargons and use simple language to get the message across. While Henderson’s theory supports nursing as a profession in assisting patients who are well or sick and ensuring 14 basic needs, Orem’s theory is more contemporary where a nurse engages patient in plan of care and guides the patient to be self-dependent in the acquisition of knowledge and

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    Personal Definition of Nursing April Vialpando Ms. Penne McPherson in partial fulfillment of NR444 Professional Role Development Regis University January 22, 2013 Personal Definition of Nursing The definition of nursing has many different meanings depending on whom you ask. To some a nurse is simply the person who brings you your medication and takes your vital signs. To others, including myself, it is someone who keeps you safe and watches over you while you are in a healthcare setting

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    will reach retirement age; this is defined as any individual over the age of 65 years. The aging of this generation brings great responsibility on the part of health care professionals. Providing quality care through facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, adult daycares, and retirement communities is imperative to the baby boomer’s wellbeing. Per the 2009 US Census Bureau, 6.4% of the population in Loudoun County, Virginia, are persons 65 years or older; the overall Virginia state

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    plan of care, however the act of providing the physical primary care again goes back to the the five core competencies because this these concepts are the scientific foundation of nursing practice. My plan of care would revolve around these five concepts while still rationalizing evidence based practice into my nursing plan. With the demands placed on nurses today we have no choice but to place ourselves into a leadership role. We typically may not see ourselves as a leader, however, our critical

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    FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING * Think about it… * ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ * Is represented as 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 * Then: * H-A-R-D-W-O-R-K * 8+1+18+4+23+15+18+11=98% * K-N-O-W-L-E-D-G-E * 11+14+15+23+12+5+4+7+5=96 % * A-T-T-I-T-U-D-E * 1+20+20+9+20+21+4+5=100 % * And look how far the love of God will take you * L-O-V-E-O-F-G-O-D * 12+15+22+5+15+6+7+15+4=101 % NURSING * Is the extent to which an individual or group is able to realize

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    Privacy and Confidentiality in Nursing Margaret A Stone, Sarah A Redsell, Jennifer T Ling, and Alastair D Hay (2005). Sharing patient data: competing demands of privacy, trust and research in primary care. British Journal of General Practice, 55: 783 – 789. Retrieved from http://bjgp.org/content/55/519/783.full?maxtoshow=&HITS=10&hits=10&RESULTFORMAT=&andorexacttitle=and&andorexacttitleabs=and&fulltext=maintaining+privacy+and+confidentiality++in+nursing+&andorexactfulltext=and&searchid=1&FIRSTINDEX=10&tdate=3/31/2014&resourcetype=HWCIT

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    of the State Board of Nursing in order to work as a Registered Nurse in a hospital setting or Community Health centers or any other organizations. The main differences between all these nursing programs is the years to study in the school. ADN or Diploma Nursing programs mainly based on clinical skills and more task oriented. BSN program includes all of the course materials and practical in ADN or Diploma program. Which focus primarily the physical and social sciences, nursing research and management

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    Philosophy of Nursing Why I Chose Nursing I chose nursing as my future profession because I believe nursing to be a rewarding and challenging career choice. I believe the desire to help people through nursing is a true calling, and I feel drawn toward helping those in need. I was first drawn to the area of professional nursing when my late sister became ill and was in the hospital for many months prior to her untimely death. This experience is what ultimately led me in the direction of pursuing

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    Nursing is a unique profession in that there are numerous different types of nurses, yet they can all experience the beginning of life as well as the end of life. Both nurses in addition to community-based nurses can yield special bonds with patients and their families. To me nursing is a very worthwhile profession and to become any type of nurse is an award within itself. This paper will converse how effective the communication in nursing practice will ease a mutually satisfying therapeutic patient

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    supervise licensed practical nurses (LPNs), nursing aides, and orderlies (Bureau of Labor Statistics). The RN also performs comprehensive nursing assessment of the health status of patients that addresses changes to the patient conditions, develop a plan of nursing care that establishes nursing diagnoses, setting goals to meet identified health care needs, and determine nursing interventions and implementation of nursing care through the execution of nursing strategies and regimens ordered by doctors

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    Job Analysis Paper Psych 435 February 28, 2011 Nursing Job Analysis A job analysis is a process used to determine and identify the details of a specific job requirement or duties and the significance of these duties for the given job (Spector, 2008). In a job analysis there are also judgments about the data collected on-the-job (Fine & Crinshaw, 1999). It is also important to remember that a job analysis is conducted for the job position and not the person. The data collected for a job

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    edu Fact Sheet: Creating a More Highly Qualified Nursing Workforce Quality patient care hinges on having a well educated nursing workforce. Research has shown that lower mortality rates, fewer medication errors, and positive outcomes are all linked to nurses prepared at the baccalaureate and graduate degree levels. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) is committed to working collaboratively to create a more highly qualified nursing workforce since education enhances both clinical

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    can be answered using variable databases because a database indexes, diverse journals, thorough numerous databases will decrease the opportunity of missing applicable literature (Fineout-Overholt, Melnyk & Schultz, 2005). To discover evidence to Nursing Literature, The cdsr and dare databases contain systematic reviews of randomized, controlled trials. Cochrane Col lab oration is contained in the CDSR, and systematic reviews not conducted by Cochrane are indexed in the DARE. Reviews by Cochrane

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    Name Institution Reflection Paper The profession of nursing has been one of the subject that has commanded the health sector around the world and its future. The eventual fate of nursing rely on upon various components; one is expanding the level of education and the other is consistent preparation of the nurse while proceeding with their profession, International Council of Nurses, (1954). I can see myself fitting into IOM fate of nursing as the recommendations went for achieving the vision 2020

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    nurses we need to reminisce where nursing originated from and how it came to be. Florence Nightingale stressed that nursing was not domestic and required advanced education. She opened a school in 1860 at school of nursing at St Thomas’s Hospital in London requiring students to attend lectures, write papers, take quizzes, keep records/note taking, and daily attendance to be taken (Notter and Spalding, 1976). Her expectation was nothing less than what is expected of nursing today. Mildrerd Montag established

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    help in the healing process, the patient is consistently interacting with environment and the health was dependent on the proper control of the environment (Parker, 2006). Florence Nightingale believed that the environment is the central concept of nursing with focus on warmth, odors, noise and light (Chinn, Kramer and Chinn, 2008). Theorist’s Historical background In 1854 (Ellis, 2010), Florence went to serve in the Crimean War where she discovered the poor conditions of the hospital and that

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    Nursing, as described by the American Nurses Association, is the protection, promotion and optimization of health and abilities to prevent illnesses and injuries, alleviating suffering, through Diagnosis and treatment of human response and advocacy in care of individuals/family/communities and population. As nurses, we render care to our patients, recognizing that, as patients, they are always sick. We practice to treat, by protecting them from any further exposure that will prolong the illnesses

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    Gross negligence is an extreme departure from the standard of practice. In respect to registered nurses, it is “the repeated failure to provide the required nursing care or failure to provide care or exercise precaution in a single situation which the nurse knew, or should have known, could result in harm” (California Board of Registered Nursing, 2012). The amputation mishap is an example of gross negligence. Malpractice is “failing to use the skills a professional of similar qualifications would

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    A concept analysis of nursing overtime In this research article, Lobo et al. use the Walker and Avant’s methodology to complete a concept analysis on nursing overtime in previous literature. Unfortunately, researchers discovered numerous problems related to the consistency of how the term overtime is used as it relates to nursing. Walker and Avant’s method uses an eight step process including concept selection, determination of aims, identifications of concept use, determination of defining attributes

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    will also be reviewed. This topic has been chosen, due to personal interest following practice experiences on an adult acute mental health unit. All identifying factors relating to the patients have been changed to maintain client confidentiality (Nursing and Midwifery Council’s (NMC) Code of Professional Conduct 2002). A conclusion will be offered to evaluate findings, finalising with a reflective summary focusing on the process of enquiry. Autonomy Autonomy means self rule (Dworkin 1988). It

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    Ethnicity Arevalo-Flechas, L. (2009). Diversity: From the White House to “Our House”. AORN Journal. 89(2), 261-264. Diversity in the government with the continuous mass immigration creates a new environment in which the nursing practice should conform and adjust its standard to provide invaluable care to everyone. This article discusses the role of perioperative nurses in providing excellent care to culturally diverse population. This can be done through cross-cultural training

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    IOM Report on Nursing NRS-430V Lisa Arends October 11, 2015 IOM Report on Nursing Once the incorporation of the 2010 affordable care act came into existence this created a transformation within the healthcare industry. The affordable care act vision placed higher demands on patient healthcare needs that required more of nurses to be primarily involved with all aspects of patient care. This also placed more demands on nurses to become educated after they are licensed

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    Institute of Medicine (IOM) report: "The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health,": Transforming Practice, Transforming Education, and Transforming Leadership. Debra New Grand Cannon University September 6, 2015 The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health to understand

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    definition, an associate degree nurse (ADN) is a professional nursing degree or an academic degree received after successfully completing a two year course of study, after which the student is qualified to take the NCEX-RN exam, when passed becomes a registered nurse. BSN is said to mean Bachelors of Science in nursing or Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing. It takes between four and five years for one to get a bachelor's degree in nursing. Associate’s degree happens to be the list level of education

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    closed to women, nursing has made little effort to do the same. Men have equality of access, so it would be wrong to paint this as discrimination. But is that enough when there has been a failure to challenge the view of nursing as a woman’s job? Allied health professions have made strides towards equality, yet nursing still uses the titles ‘matron’ and ‘sister’. Archaic practices Even in training, archaic practices continue. One university restricts its best nursing student award to

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    thirty days with a diagnosis of congestive heart failure. The ADN trained nurse could administer drugs, perform daily weights, ensure that the patient followed a cardiac diet, but was strictly task oriented (The Future of the Associate Degree in Nursing Program, 2013). The BSN trained nurse, would base the care provided using a more integrated system (Why the Push for BSN Nurses?, 2012). The focus of the BSN trained nurse would encompass more teaching, measuring compliance of instructions that

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    because of working many years in Oncology, Intensive Care Units, Emergency Rooms, but receiving the diagnosis years ago and being sent home on hospice. The medical care received trigger concern even today and creating a way to bridge the gap between nursing caring for a patient that the diagnosis results in walking out of the hospital and one that when leaving the hospital would not be able to know the difference between smelling fresh air or the air in a body bag. The sixth stage of the dying patient

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    RUNNING HEAD: Nursing Profession Nursing Profession Nursing Profession A profession is defined as an occupation requiring special education (especially in the liberal arts or sciences). There are many characteristics that make up a profession, for example professionals are considered experts having a higher degree of knowledge and autonomous. Professionals are governed by a code of ethics such as value, quality of service, honor and integrity

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    Nurse By Sabrynna Escolta  Introduction Nursing is a career that my mother led me to, growing up my career of choice has always been an entrepreneur. Once the economy hit a low point my mother took the opportunity to explain to myself that it is important to choose a career with no chances of the economy effecting my job, which is why I have chosen nursing. When making this discovery, I have realized that nursing is a perfect career for myself. As a nurse being able to help

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    Introduction Conceptual frameworks of nursing model have provided the professional nurse a foundation for the development of individual practice. I have chosen an individual at my current placement to base the care plan on. The patient is a 45 year male who has been in and out of the ward for severe anxiety issues and my job is to build a therapeutic relationship so she can become more comfortable with herself and this would lead to an end result of socializing with others. In this assignment I

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    worldwide, nursing responsibilities and patient load have intensified. Nurses are expected to care for higher acuity patients in more complex health care situations. Despite increased hardships in the work place, nurses must continually try to find ways to preserve their caring approach. Jean Watson’s caring theory can be seen as indispensable to this goal. This paper will explain the background behind the theory and take a personal approach in showing how it can be applied to every day nursing care

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    professionals care for a population. This contrast is quite evident in the field of nursing. “The overall goal of public health nursing is to promote and protect the health of an entire population by creating conditions in which people can be healthy. Public health recipients are different. The beneficiary usually is a population, but could also include an individual or family as the focus. Community- based nursing usual focuses on individuals” (Charting Nursing'S Future, 2008). County, State and

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    Nursing skills and work for tomorrow will quite certainly be much more complex and challenging; also it will require a nurse with more technology skills and high form of education than expected today. Insurances such as HMO, Medicare and Medicaid before reimbursing patient bills require evidence-based clinical nursing documentation. If a nurse fails to document in skilled manner, insurance is not going to cover that. Due to the fact the new technology is going to be used during work it requires nurses

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