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Organizational Behavior Analysis of the Alliance Oncology

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Organizational Behavior Analysis of the Alliance Oncology

Introduction The objective of the current report is to analyze the organizational behavior of the Alliance Oncology. It deals with how individuals and groups act within the organizations in which they work, and how their behavior affects the organization’s effectiveness. Alliance Oncology is based in Newport Beach, California. It is a division of Alliance HealthCare […] Read more >>

07.08.2019
Nursing Executive Summary Benchmark
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Nursing Executive Summary Benchmark

Purpose of the Program Recent research regarding surgical operations indicates an increase in surgical site infections. Thus, there is a need to create awareness regarding the scourge in order to curb SSI rates. Therefore, this program is aimed at improving the effectiveness of the preoperative skin preparation protocol. This is anticipated to reduce SSI incidents […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
Nursing Home Care
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Nursing Home Care

Nursing home care is a practice where people especially the old and people with terminal sickness get extensive healthcare outside a hospital usually by an experienced nurse. It includes close monitoring of health progress and treatment. Within the treatment regime, a person also gets particular services such as physiotherapy provided by professionally trained staff. This […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
Is Nursing a Profession
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Is Nursing a Profession?

Abstract This paper scrutinizes the question of whether or not nursing should be referred to as a profession. The final conclusion shall be made after extensively reviewing the qualities of a profession proposed by Joel and Kelly in their book. The paper begins with an abstract that clearly summarizes the whole work, which later is […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
Jean Watsons Nursing As Caring Theory
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Jean Watson’s Nursing as Caring Theory

Introduction Health care systems in the world constantly undergo major administrative restructurings. As a result, the systems expose people to the risks that dehumanize patient care. Considering caring to be principal for nursing, nurses must strive to make conscious efforts to preserve human caring within the administrative, clinical, research, or educational practice. Changes in health […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
Craig Olson and Eileen Walsh Handling the Sick
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Book Review: Handling the Sick: The Women of St. Luke’s and the Nature of Nursing

Tom Craig Olson and Eileen Walsh are famous writers and scientists who became famous after publishing their book Handling the Sick: The Women of St. Luke’s and the Nature of Nursing, 1892-1937 in 2004. Eileen Walsh wrote a number of books dedicated to different practical issues in the field of general biology. Tom Olson’s most famous book […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
Daring to Care written by Susan Gelfand Malka
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Daring to Care by Susan Gelfand Malka

The famous book Daring to Care written by Susan Gelfand Malka analyzes the impact of the second wave of feminism on a nursing sphere that began in the 1960s. According to the author, this movement gave autonomy and professional status to nurses. Malka (2007) marks two periods in the history of nursing. The first period she […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
The Issue Access to Health Care
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Access to Health Care

The Issue: Access to Health Care Based on a study conducted in 2013, adults in the United States are more likely to forego health care services because of cost or difficulties associated with paying for such services despite having an insurance (Schoen, Osborn, Squires & Doty, 2013). Similarly, dealing with time-related issues is a concern […] Read more >>

05.08.2019
Transcultural Nursing
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Transcultural Nursing – Italian Culture

Culture refers to the way of life of a given group. The term way of life concerns their traditional practices, beliefs, organization, among other social factors that give a particular group a unique identity. Culture encompasses all aspects of people’s life, including their social interaction as transferred from one generation to another. These research papers […] Read more >>

25.07.2019
Nursing Leadership
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Nursing Leadership

In modern society, healthcare is an area where a dynamic and responsive system is in place and only people who have an ability to cope with challenges and frequent organizational changes achieve complicated goals. Those are the main reasons why healthcare professionals should demonstrate strong leadership skills and possess proper traits, many of which are […] Read more >>

25.07.2019