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staffing in the hospitals
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Staffing in the Hospital

Abstract Nowadays, the US healthcare system is experiencing a great challenge with nurse staffing. The paper is focused on a greater workload and the insufficient number of nurses to provide the appropriate service as the main reasons for the staffing challenges. In addition, there is a problem with hospitals hiring temporary nurses in order to […] Read more >>

26.07.2021
opiodic crisis
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Opioid Crisis in the USA

Abstract The purpose of current quantitative research is to investigate the reasons and propose solutions to the opioid crisis in the USA. Official medicine commonly prescribes opioid drugs for chronic non-cancer pain treatment. They are dangerous as simultaneously with pain relief provoke euphoria feeling. Moreover, many of them feature short- and long-lasting withdrawals after finishing […] Read more >>

26.07.2021
latinos in america
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PICO Statement Latinos in America

Latinos in America are both at risk and underserved and, as another minority group, face a myriad of problems, in particular disparities in quality healthcare. Because of health disparity in the United States, Hispanics have to grapple with nonfinancial and financial barriers to access quality health care. Immigration status, language, and acculturation directly influence access […] Read more >>

26.07.2021
Theory-Nola-Pender
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Application of Nursing Theory Nola Pender

Nola Pender is a famous nursing theorist and author who developed the health promotion model in 1982. It is currently widely utilized in practice, education, and research nationwide and worldwide. The model was designed in 1996 and 2004 (Sheehan, 2011). To accelerate healing, ensure good health, and address an HIV/AIDS epidemic, Pender has encouraged developing […] Read more >>

26.07.2021
Prevent Hospital Falls
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PICOT Rounding and Patient Teaching to Prevent Hospital Falls

Various researchers have produced a considerable body of literature that addresses patient fall prevention. However, preventing falls in the healthcare environment has always remained elusive. For that reason, it still causes various problems such as fractures and internal injuries, which require more time to manage. Consequently, patients find themselves spending more time in the hospital […] Read more >>

20.04.2021
PICOT Question
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PICOT Question Patients with Stroke Care

Introduction Stroke is a medical condition that is caused by the interruption or reduction of blood supply to the brain. This deprives the affected part of brain nutrients and oxygen supply. The biochemical processes are hence stopped, interrupted, or impaired; the brain cells can even die. Further, the condition can also be caused by bursting […] Read more >>

20.04.2021
Inpatient Diabetes Care
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PICOT Inpatient Diabetes Care and Education, Outpatient Diabetes Care

Section 1: Research Question The number of people with diabetes in the United States is alarming as it continues to increase each year (Moghissi, et al., 2009). Diabetes is a critical illness that can be managed through many means such as diet, oral medications, and proper use of insulin to control blood sugar, and physical […] Read more >>

20.04.2021
Evidence Based Practice
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Evidence-Based Practices to Guide Clinical Practice: Diabetes

Abstract In contemporary times, the rate of Type 2 diabetes (T2D) among the older patient populace is nearing epidemic proportions. Characteristically, numerous studies have established that in most developed nations like the US, older patients will majorly comprise patients with T2D. In the United States, the increased incidence of T2D in the senior population is […] Read more >>

06.04.2021
Nursing
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Developing the Skills of a Nurse Theorist: Case of Mark O’Brien

Abstract Caring for handicapped individuals is a challenging task because this group of vulnerable patients is characterized by a range of special needs that sometimes can be hardly addressed. Delivering care to disabled patients requires considerable financial expenditure, social tolerance and involvement, and an ethical attitude towards their needs. The discussed case study is Breathing […] Read more >>

06.04.2021
Interview
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Analysis of the Pharmacist Interview

The cooperation between healthcare professionals contributes to timely healthcare delivery and effective treatment. The interdisciplinary collaboration suggests the priority of advanced nursing. Given the shortage of healthcare staff, ageing of the U.S. population, and increase in the prevalence of costly and life-long diseases, the establishment of effective cooperation between nurse professionals and pharmacists may constitute […] Read more >>

06.04.2021