The purpose of this paper is to explain the meaning of the nursing metaparadigm. The nursing meteparadigm has four concepts that will be different from person to person, which includes the person, health, environment, and nursing. This is my personal nursing metaparadigm that reflects my thoughts on the four concepts. The main purpose for a nursing metaparadigm is to have a shared set of concepts that guides the care of nursing and ensure proper nursing care is being performed.
on six articles; five of which are research reports on the professionalism and nursing and one article that is based on professionalism and nursing through philosophy. The six articles that would be annotated in this assignment are: 1. Professional Comportment: The Missing Element in Nursing Practice. 2. Providing end-of-life care in the intensive care unit: Issues that impact on nurse professionalism. 3. The Influence
English speaking students. Journal writing, a new trend in English language teaching, can be used to improve students’ ability to write in English because it provides students with sources for language and writing improvement. The current research paper aims at identifying the methods through which writing skill in ESL/EFL classes can be taught and enhanced through journal writing. It provides various practical activities for journal writing teachers can use to enhance English
hierarchy. Discuss how each level impacts/influences the level above and/or below each level. The planning hierarchy is composed of seven steps the top is the most general and bottom is the most specific. This planning hierarchy includes mission, philosophy, goals, objectives, policies, procedures
about leading a team and demonstrating to their employees through the leaders own actions and behaviors the expectations they have of their team. Eleven topics of leadership qualities, responsibilities, and styles will be discussed throughout this paper, and it will demonstrate how many of the concepts are intertwined and how they impact patients, staff, and organizations. For example, organizational climate and culture can significantly impact nurse retention and intent to stay with a facility (Mrayyan
Niskanen (1994) defines safety climate as ‘…a set of attributes that can be perceived about particular work organizations and which may be induced by the policies and practices that organizations impose upon their workers.’ Research articles 1. Griffin and Neal (2000) in his research at Australia Manufacturing and mining used Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA), Structural Equation Modelling (SEM). This study treats safety as a higher-order factor, defined by workforce perceptions