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  • Emotional Intelligence In Nursing

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    emotional practice (Kerr et al., 2006), emotional intelligence highlights the importance of utilising both emotional and mental approaches in leadership roles (Eason, 2009). Caring competency and professional empathy are vital responsibilities of nursing care and emotional intelligence which promote improved quality of care (Smith, Profetto-McGrath and Cummings, 2009) and increased job satisfaction (Akerjordet and Severinsson, 2010). Emotionally intelligent leaders have the ability to inspire trusting

  • Nursing Leadership Interview

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    work and be considerate, professional, understanding but at the same time knows how to manage their unit. For my interview I chose a nurse manager than I am very familiar with, I have worked with her many times and she has made an impact on me as a nursing student. Carol Williams RN,BSN is the Nurse Manager of a telemetry/medical surgical floor at St. Vincent's Riverside. I decided to interview her because of the interactions we have had in the past. This interview is to help get a better understanding

  • Emotional Burden In Nursing

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    Emotional burden is a feeling of psychological fatigue which is characterized by the lack of energy on the individual’s behalf to invest in his/her work combined with a perceived impression that all his/her emotional reserve is depleted. It can present with feelings of tension or disappointment (Lazaridou et al., 2011). Emotional burden is a term used to describe induction or suppression of feeling in order to sustain in others a sense of being cared for in a convivial safe place, this suppression

  • The Importance Of Care In Nursing

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    When entering a hospital, there can be many different emotions brought upon an individual. It may be a place where hatred takes one's body, for this is a place a loved one was lost. One may feel sadness, as this is a place they continuously search for health. Another may feel love, as this is the place they refer to as another home, their workplace. These particular people are likely to be a part of a complex medical team. This particular team is made up of multiple members, in which each play a

  • Medication Errors In Nursing

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    Garcia (2006) had stated that nurses play the main role in ensuring and preventing medication errors. Researchers had reported that 38% of medication errors that take place in hospitals are serious and leads to mortality. Nurses being the majority number of healthcare provider had been found to be responsible for 26% to 38% of medication errors that takes place in hospital settings. In fact nurses’ vital role is ensuring that all patients would receive safe treatment (Kim, An, Kim & Yoon, 2016).

  • Nursing Theory Comparison

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    Theory Comparison Paper Nurse practitioner (NP) autonomy was defined as the professional independence to deliver services in collaboration with other healthcare providers within institutional guidelines regarding patient care. As an aspiring NP, and for all practicing NPs, having autonomy is essential to the delivery of effective patient care without worrying about second-guessing. State regulations and institutional guidelines such as the requirement for physicians’ co-signing are challenges that

  • Organizational Assessment

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    retention. A variety of factors can influence a registered nurse’s intent to stay, however supportive nursing leadership and management are envisaged to have the greatest impact on improving work environments resulting in greater job satisfaction. The purpose of this organizational assessment was to determine whether the development, implementation and evaluation of the current culture of supportive nursing leadership and management have effect on staff retention. Registered Nurses’ perceptions of

  • The Importance Of Quality Management In Nursing

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    On January 1st 2005, The Health Service Executive became responsible for the provision of health and social services to the population of the Republic of Ireland. These services are delivered across Ireland in Hospitals, Health Centres and communities. The aim of many of the sectors within the HSE is Quality Improvement. the intent of a quality improvement activity is to identify a clinical performance or system process issue specific to the institution and implement an ongoing flexible system of

  • Sources Of Data In Nursing Research

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    social context, the nurse must make sure that she uses different sources to gather valid information about his/her patient to deliver quality nursing care. 3.3. Application in the current job In the hospital setting, knowledge on sources of data should be known to all health and medical team through accurate observation , good history taking, past medical and nursing record through which we can render appropriate care. 3.4 Current research The three components of instrumentation for data collection are

  • Dental Nursing Essay

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    Dental Nursing 5234: Unit 302 Written Questions Q1) Please summarise the professional standards of care for dental care for professionals. There are nine principles which every dental professional has to follow: 1 Put patients’ interest first 2 Communicate effectively with patients 3 Obtain valid consent 4 Maintain and protect patients’ information 5 Have a clear and effective complaints procedure 6 Work with colleagues in a way that is in patients’ best interests 7 Maintain, develop and