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Nursing Theory Analysis

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Nursing Theory Analysis

Introduction The current essay provides an understanding of one of the most popular nursing middle range theories known as Health Promotion Model. It was formed by Nola Pender on the background of her strong nursing and psychological knowledge and numerous observations. This work identifies various problems and health issues which are addressed by this middle […] Read more >>

07.06.2019
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Professional Nursing Values

The professional nursing values define the nurses’ core values and fundamental responsibilities. Nurse practitioners should help patients to achieve optimal health. Also, they should sustain the demands of various medical stakeholders. They maintain, recover, and guide patients to improve their health. Nurse practitioners are responsible for sustaining the nurse-patient relationship and other medical practices. Hence, […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
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Student Learning Outcomes: Nursing

Question 1 Patient-centered care is the most popular type of care in the contemporary world today. Within it, patients play an active role in their care. They receive services that focus on their individual needs. The patients’ involvement in patient-centered care and the shared decision making between a person and a nurse helps in improving […] Read more >>

11.03.2019
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Advanced Nursing Practice Roles

Introduction In advanced nursing practice nurse practitioners, educators, administrators and informaticists play vital roles in shaping the future of healthcare (Bryant-Lukosius et al., 2004). Advanced practice nurses usually play role of providers of primary care, at the forefront of ensuring preventive healthcare to the public. The healthcare industry is increasing in complexity, hence, the need […] Read more >>

14.02.2019
Coursework: Nursing
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Coursework: Nurses and Patients

Transcultural Issues 1. Culture is one where the one follows the rules, norms, laws and mores for one’s culture. When nursing you must ask and follow your patients’ wishes whether it pertains to visits from family and professionals, dietary personnel and whatever they need. You, as the nurse, must look at your own culture and […] Read more >>

13.02.2019
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Homeostasis, Cell Biology, Hand Washing Questions-Answers

Homeostasis Question one: List examples of internal and external variable factors. Examples of external variable factors include: change in temperature, pressure, osmotic pressure and contact with bacteria or toxins. Internal factors include: pH value, nervous system, endocrine system, the immune system. Question two: Describe non-physiological (behavioral) responses to an increase or decrease in environmental temperature. […] Read more >>

13.02.2019
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Nursing Personal Statement for University Application

Personal Statement My greatest ambition is to become a nurse, since I feel myself accomplished every time I put a happy smile on other person’s face. I have also witnessed some of my friends who, thanks to the timely and competent support of nursing professionals, got a fresh perspective on their health issues or even […] Read more >>

13.02.2019
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Case Study: Nursing History and Physical Examination

Introduction Whenever a patient goes to the hospital or healthcare facility, the first thing that happens is the taking of patient history. The medical officer, clinical officer or a nurse receives the patient. This is followed by physical examination, prescription of drugs and any other form of treatment. In case of a very serious situation, […] Read more >>

25.12.2018