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holitic nursing education
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Empowered Holistic Nursing Education

Abstract This concept analysis examines the characteristics and the application of Empowered Holistic Nursing Education (EHNE) nursing theory. A literature review of the chosen scientific evidence demonstrates that EHNE is a middle-range theory with two multifaceted concepts – empowerment and holism. In nursing education, empowerment is both a process and a goal that entails helping […] Read more >>

21.09.2021
care plan for nursing
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Care Plan for Nursing Diagnosis and Integrated King and Duffy Theories

To aid in the analysis of the integrated nursing care plans, a case study on the biography of Pamela Allen was provided. An overview of her case shows the process she undertook as she went through her treatment from her first diagnosis, various treatment processes, and lastly, her unfortunate demise at the end of the […] Read more >>

21.09.2021
patient to nurse ratio
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Patient to Nurse Ratio Evidence-Based Practice Proposal

Abstract The patient-nurse ratio has been constantly increasing, which has numerous undesirable and adverse impacts on the healthcare industry such as the provision of poor services to patients by nurses, who are overworked and, as a result, often stressed and dissatisfied with their work. Consequently, it becomes necessary for stakeholders to develop a successful long-term […] Read more >>

21.09.2021
EBP Patient Education
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Evidence-Based Practice Research Project on Patient Education With CHF

Case Study Despite the fact that William J. is already 84 years old, he takes pride in following a balanced diet, living an adventurous live, and actively participating in various community activities. This man has never been either tobacco or alcohol-addicted individual because jogging and hockey have always been his hobbies. Moreover, William is a […] Read more >>

20.09.2021
Evidence-based pharmacology
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Evidence-Based Pharmacology Paper on HCV Patients

Viral hepatitis C (HCV) constitutes the primary reason of advanced liver disease with the highest mortality, liver transplantation, and puts people at risk of severe comorbidities. The diversity of virus and its resistance pose the challenges to an effective and short duration treatment. Several decades of continuous research of pathogenesis, genomics, and antiviral therapy have […] Read more >>

20.09.2021
Biofeedback therapy
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Beneficial Factors of Biofeedback Therapy in Incontinent Adults

1.0 Background 1.1 Description of the Problem Urinary incontinence refers to the involuntary leakage of urine by individuals. It is simply referred to as the loss of bladder control, and the severity of the problem varies as some people can pass urine when they cough or sneeze or have sudden incidences of the urge to […] Read more >>

15.09.2021
Nurse Education on handwashing
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Nurse Education on Handwashing to Reduce Hospital-Acquired Infections

The Johns Hopkins Nursing Evidence-Based Practice (JHNEBP) continues to be a useful tool for research. It is a helpful guide for developing questions in an attempt to find evidence (Dearholt & Dang, 2012). This tool is used to make the current study informative particularly focusing on the identification of the problem and its importance, as […] Read more >>

15.09.2021
Wound ostomy management
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Wound/ Ostomy Management

1. Patient name: Mohammed A. 2. Patient age: 54 3. The ethnicity of the patient: He is Asian. As a Muslim, he believes in using the right hand for feeding and drinking. His culture also requires males to undergo circumcision eight days after birth. They also believe in trimming their mustache, clipping their nails, and […] Read more >>

15.09.2021
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