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Nursing Shortage
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Nursing Shortage

Abstract This paper explores such a phenomenon as a nursing shortage in the healthcare system of the USA. The research on that subject describes, in particular, the risks that the shortage of nurses may create. Moreover, it depicts the reasons the deficiency occurs. In addition, this essay pays considerable attention to the steps of resolving […] Read more >>

10.06.2019
Nursing and Its Ethical Issues Abortion
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Nursing and Its Ethical Issues: Abortion

Abstract Abortion and nursing activities connected to it is a point of active discussions. The issue includes various aspects, such as the moral status of a fetus, a woman’s right to manage her body, etc. However, the majority of debates concern an unborn child and a mother. Much less attention is paid to physicians and […] Read more >>

07.06.2019
Family Nursing Theory Research and Practice
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Family Nursing: Theory, Research, and Practice

Interview Questions 1. What are the most important roles of APNs? 2. Do you think the current scope of APN practice should be expanded? 3. How could you describe the regulatory requirements that guide APN in your area of practice? 4. What are the pros and cons associated with APN roles? 5. What are your […] Read more >>

07.06.2019
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-range […] Read more >>

07.06.2019
Advanced Practice Roles in Nursing
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Advanced Practice Roles in Nursing

Introduction Nursing entails a combination of all activities that leads to promotion, protection, rectification, and optimization of health. The above goals are attained via diagnosis that aids in alleviating human pain and suffering. The above goals form the backbone of guidelines that serves to ensure that nursing engagements demonstrate the expected criteria for enhancing public […] Read more >>

07.06.2019
Healthcare Policy and Nursing Influence Policy
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Healthcare Policy and Nursing: Influence Policy

My Strategies to Influence Votes It seems that the complex and well-designed strategy is needed for maximizing the legislative support of the above-mentioned initiatives. Supporting the view of Abood (2007), who points out that serious preparations are needed, I will review the available statistical information to support all my claims. In particular, I will calculate […] Read more >>

07.06.2019
Comprehensive-Care-Plan-for-AcuteChronic-Care-Disease-Prevention
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Comprehensive Care Plan for Acute/Chronic Care, Disease Prevention

Client Complaints The patient has complained of crushing chest pain accompanied by shortness of breath and exertion and diaphoretic. Four days of lasting symptoms that have been recurring in the last 6 months. A lack of activeness following the angina symptoms with substernal pain and crushing and recitation of neck and jaw is also part of […] Read more >>

07.06.2019
PROFESSIONAL NURSING VALUES
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Professional Nursing Values

Professional nursing values define 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, they should […] Read more >>

13.03.2019
Student Learning Outcomes
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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 the 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 […] Read more >>

14.02.2019