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  • Essay On Long Term Nursing Care

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    Long term nursing care for children It’s a provision of "round-the-clock" care in a pediatric nursing facility for children who have profound disabilities and complex medical needs to children with acute illnesses, children with long-term conditions, children with disabilities and complex conditions ( neonates) , and children with life-limiting / life-threatening illness (end-of-life care). Lately few local community children’s nursing (CCN) services are able to meet the needs of all ill and disabled

  • Gondar Hospital Case Study

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    criteria  Nurses who were absent during data collection period  Nursing records of patients who had been hospitalized for fewer than one day (24 hours) were not included 3.6. Sample size Sample size was determined by using the assumption of a single population proportion formula by the Assumptions of D = the margin of error, taken as 5% Z = standardized normal distribution value at the 95% CI, which is Z= 1.96 P =Nursing documentation practice 50% (no research conducted in Ethiopia)

  • Examples Of Transformational Leadership

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    future nurse leaders. As aforementioned, transformational leadership when embedded within a leader helps in enhancing the performance, motivation, and morale of the subordinates using different techniques. Due to the challenging and rapidly-changing nursing work environment, nurses require motivation to improve their performance towards enhancing positive patient outcomes ( Ross, Fitzpatrick, Click, Krouse, & Clavelle, 2014) . In this light, transformational leadership promotes a good work-life balance

  • Essay On Contextual Learning

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    recognized as an independent nursing function because nurses as education are trained on how best to ensure that patients are giving needed education on how to prevent illnesses and diseases and how best to manage it. To further establish the usefulness of this concept, international council of Nurses (ICN) endorses health education as an essential component of nursing care delivery state nurse practice acts have universally includes teaching with the scope of nursing

  • Descriptive Research Critique

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    , Fethney, J., (2015)Physical Health Risk Behaviours in Young People with Mental Illness, Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 36;10, 781-790, DOI: 10.3109/01612840.2015.1036480 With respect to authors qualifications, the purpose of this paper is to critique the article“ Physical Health Risk Behaviours in Young People with Mental Illness” that published in issue in Mental Health Nursing. The title appropriately indicates to the target population sample (young people with mental illness), as well the

  • Anorexia Literature Review

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    family environment, where the patient with anorexia does not stop eating in an attempt to gain control over the family disputes (Dollos et al 2008). It is clear from the literature review that caring for a patient with anorexia can be challenging to nursing staff. However, building a strong

  • Case Study: Institutional Affiliation

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    Team Building Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Part One Todd Ramos, RN is the nursing administrator who has been with Thomason Health System for over 30 years. In that case, Ramos has been holding a position of managing the nursing staff, scheduling shifts, managing the medical records together with maintaining proper inventory of supplies. However, facing the nursing shortage, Ramos has worries that the staff will be stretched too thin with the required training for EMRs but has

  • Ethical Issues In Chasing Zero

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    given the patient. Following the incident, the hospital fired Julie and she was criminally charged. To avoid prison, Julie pled a misdemeanor and was stripped of her nursing license. The incident described above depicts an

  • Low Back Pain Case Study

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    THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND 1.0 INTRODUCTION Pain, according to O’Sullivan, Schmitz, & Fulk (2014) is defined as an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of damage. It may be acute, persistent or recurrent or chronic. Chronic pain persists for 3-6 months or more. Among the types of pain, low back pain is the 2nd most common reason for physician visits. Occurring below the 12th rib and above the gluteal folds,(Sikiru

  • Irirm's Educative Care Theory Case Study

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    In delivering Irirm’s educative care plan, it is important to firstly recognize and identify environmental considerations in a preventative clinical setting based on the principles of adult learning theory in order to achieve effective education. According to Sanchez and Cooknell (2017), adult learning theory is a combination of two key principles – andragogy, in which it emphases on the basic principle where learners are adults, and self-directed learning where it states that adults are expected