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  • How To Pursue A Career In Pediatric Nursing

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    Pediatric nursing is a specific field of nursing that focuses on the medical needs and treatment for infants, children, and adolescents. Majority of nurses who end up working in pediatric get their experience to pediatric nursing during undergraduate studies. Nurses who want a career in pediatric nursing complete field study hours in pediatrics upon degree completion. Pediatric nurses document signs and symptoms, medical history, draw blood and administer medicines and give vaccinations. Pediatrics

  • General Adult Nursing Personal Statement

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    My desire for studying General Adult Nursing began during my current career for Her Majesty’s Prison Service. For the past 7 years I have been working in the Security Intelligence Department at HMP Preston and as much as I love my current role I want to be able to help people and care for them when they are in need and be able to make a difference to people who need caring for and bringing back to full health. My original desire was to be a Prison Officer and to be able to help and care for prisoners

  • Code Of Ethics And Ethical Issues In Nursing

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    With the innovation of technology comes the new era of how nursing is practiced. Hence, the likelihood of ethical and/or legal issues pertaining to nursing informatics (NI) and its practice. The code of ethics can help nurses to respect each patient’s beliefs and values (Duran & McNutt, 2010). Duran and McNutt (2010) stated that the code of ethics is the cornerstone for any profession which provides a social contract within which the society serves, as well as ethical and legal guidance to all

  • Importance Of Nursing Informatics

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    Abstract Information is the main to operative decision making and vital to excellence nursing practice. Considerably what nurses do encompasses information such as caring for patients and also having effective communication skills with patients, patient families and also other health care professionals. The goal of nursing informatics is to improve the health of populations, communities, families, and individuals by optimizing information, management and communication. This includes the use of information

  • Mental Health Nursing Research Paper

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    social care sector through the agency. My experiences as a support worker gave me the opportunity to deliver first class care for mentally ill people, as well as deepened my desire and keen inspiration to pursue a career in nursing. The area I am interested in is Mental Health Nursing. Having worked closely with various mental health nurses in the

  • Principles Of Epidemiology In Public Health Nursing

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    Principles of Epidemiology in Public Health Nursing The public health nurse has a challenging undertaking when dealing with the health concerns of a community. These health concerns are multifocal in nature and include health promotion, management of chronic disease, along with assuring access to health care. Additionally, each community will change over time with the nurse needing to adapt and shift the health concern focus. Essentially, the nurse will need to know what the health concerns are in

  • Annotated Bibliography On Nursing Theories

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    Bibliography on Nursing Theory/Practice Models Nursing theory : Madeleine Leininger’s Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality 1. De Villiers, L & Van der Wal, D. (1995). Putting Leininger's Nursing Theory Culture Care Diversity and Universality into Operation in the Curriculum- Part 1. In Curationis 18(1) (pp.56-60). Many theorists and scholars and nurses believe that Madeleine Leininger’s Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality and transcultural nursing in general have greatly

  • Nsi's Use Of Restraints In Nursing Care

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    If the nursing staff in this situation were knowledgeable of NSI’s patient care and safety could have been vastly improved. Understanding of the use of restraints use would have very likely to have influenced them to not use them on this patient. Restraints are not indicated for patients that can respond appropriately and are able to make their needs known. The physician should have been questioned regarding the use of restrains on this patient. Restraints restrict movement that is necessary

  • Nursing Case Study Assisted Living

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    As nurses, patient education is a very important factor. Teaching Mr. Smith the pros and cons of assisted living is an essential part of patient care. As stated in the case study, Mr. Smith appears to be upset and explains that he feels responsible for him and his wife being in this situation. Disclose that this incident was caused by uncontrollable outside factors. The patient would be asked what his main concerns are. The patient would then be comforted by addressing any questions he may have about

  • Therapeutic Nursing Case Study

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    Communication with patients from different cultures is an everyday occurrence in my life as a bedside nurse. Anxiety related to hospitalization and the cultural differences can present many challenges for both the nurse and the patient. The patient population that I frequently care for are from India and Ghana. These are high context cultures. Establishing strategies to build trust and productive communication is necessary so I can provide the best care and experience for this patient group.