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  • Ethical Dilemma In Nursing

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    Ethical Dilemma’s With technology having a presence in everything we do now-a-days, will it have on health care professionals? While being on unit over the last eight weeks I have noticed a large presence of personal phones among the nurse’s and the aids. I was completely taken back by that fact that this large issue has not yet been addressed on this campus. The first time I witness this situation was with one of the CNA’s where I was concerned, but not as concerned as when I noticed the lead nurse

  • Security Issues In Nursing

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    On Saturday 10/03/2015 at 0005 hours, Security was dispatched to 5 West Unit due to a report of a female patient who was entering the room of another patient. Security Supervisor Steven Evans along with Officers Carlos Ayuso and Omar Alonso arrived at 007 hours and initially met with Patient Techs Maria Briseno and Kevin Byrd. Both, Techs stated that they had observed the female patient from Room #5123, Maria A. Martinez, walked down the hallway with her I.V. pole and then enter room #5109. She exited

  • Wellbeing Changes In Nursing

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    Throughout the duration of the life expectancy, wellbeing advancement is a vital action. One of the supreme difficulties is to scatter misguided judgments about well-being advancement among older people. For the nurse, it is essential to comprehend ordinary physiological changes that happen with age and should be able to adjust teaching strategies to oblige for typical maturing changes. Older people are regularly adapting to fluctuating sorts of misfortune, such as the passing of a life partner,

  • Patient Privacy In Nursing

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    A Look at Patient Privacy in Healthcare Emergency room patients tend to find themselves in less than private surroundings when they arrive in the emergency department of a hospital for treatment. Emergency rooms are constructed and designed to accommodate the convenience of the hospital’s emergency room staff treating patients on a short-term basis in semi-private spaces. “Our ED contains only curtained rooms. Most patients spend most of their time in one room for their ED stay. Rooms are randomly

  • Reflection Journal In Nursing

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    My reflection Journal for placement at Robina Hospital. ‘Orientation’ On the 10th of July, I sat in this little room as I waited for the rest of the students to come in for our placement orientation. Given that I always run late for every appointment I have, this one was exceptional. Not only was I early but I was the first to arrive. I sat there thinking to myself how this could even be possible until I had a vivid flashback of how tough and competitive getting a position in Queensland Health was

  • The Importance Of Career Roles In Nursing

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    Florence Nightingale that nursing became an established as a profession, she created the foundations of modern nursing. Nightgale released Notes on Nursing: What It Is and What It Is Not (1860) which were the first documented notes on the philosophy of nursing. (Crisp, Douglas, Rebeiro & Waters, 2009). Following that she founded the Nightingale Training School for Nurses; the first institution for nursing. Nursing has had a huge leap from then to now. Primitively nursing focused on the care of ill

  • Healthy People And Nursing Interventions

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    information program title Healthy People. The information is geared towards preserving and promoting national health. I am interest in the national health objective of nutrition and weight status. I will explain how it applies to my community, and my nursing interventions. Healthy people 2020 is the latest version of the program. Healthy People providing scientific health promoting information, with prescribed goals and objectives, revised every 10 years. Their goals are as follows: For people to attain

  • Personal Experience In Nursing School

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    was aware of everything that was going on around me. One thing that came across my mind was something that had been bothering me for a while now. I am terrified of applying to nursing schools. I am scared of not being accepted to any school. Even though, last Wednesday I talked to one of the transfer advisors from a nursing school and he told me that my GPA was great, I am still scared of being rejected. Another thought that crosses my mind was my teas test. This test is very important because the

  • 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

  • Examples Of Ethical Dilemmas In Nursing

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    Abortion: An Ethical Dilemma in Nursing If you were to ask any man or women whether murder should be legal, almost all would strongly say no. However, if asked about abortion there would be a mixed response. Abortion is a sensitive subject with a variety of strong opinions and concerns. Abortion is also an ethical dilemma in nursing. As a nursing student it is important for me to understand the ethics of abortion and establish my stance on the issue. This is necessary in order to determine the best