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Aging Nursing Population/Healthcare

the question of what effect an aging nursing work force has on American healthcare in general. First and foremost, the aging of ...

Healthcare Economic Implications for the Aging Population

of twenty and sixty-four for every individual in that aged category (Bernanke, 2006). The significance of this ratio is that the ...

HEALTHCARE AND NEEDS FOR AN AGING POPULATION

group 85 years and older is now the fastest-growing segment of the U.S. population (Dramatic changes, 2006). Furthermore, accordin...

Aging Population's Impact on Adult Education

no longer the rule and the part-time student population is increasingly made up of adults who are older than the traditional 18 to...

Healthcare Profile of London SW3

areas will have different needs, this will be indicated by a number of factors, the area itself and the features as well as the ch...

Family Homelessness and the Impact on Health and Healthcare Provision

as an increased occurrence in low income families it has also been noted that members of minority populations are also over repres...

Nursing Economics/ Fiscal Realities

harms the healthcare systems of the home countries of these nurses, which ethically and morally limits its use. Another method t...

Concept Analysis: Aging

identifying the uses of the concept and its defining attributes (Walker and Avant, 1995). The steps involved also include defining...

Health Care: Challenges in Caring for a Diverse Population, and Dealing with Colleagues of Different Ages

to proper interaction with culturally diverse patients: "These standards provide comprehensive definitions of culture, competence,...

Nursing Leadership, Advocacy & Responsibilities

Leadership and management while related are two distinctively different concepts. Leadership can be discerned from simply manageme...

The Ethical Responsibilities of Health Care Organizations

as individuals, "healthcare executives must evaluate the possible outcomes of their decisions and accept full responsibility for t...

HEALTHCARE CHALLENGES AND THEIR IMPACT ON STRATEGY

not to suggest there will be an onslaught of patients suddenly banging on hospitals and doctors offices and demanding care. But th...

Fundamental Theories/Nursing Faculty Shortage

in nursing educators aged 36 to 45 (Lewallen, et al, 2003). To complicate matters further, recent statistics show that nurses wh...

Nurses & Health Care Policy

the women who have traditionally filled nursing positions will undoubtedly continue to pursue other professional opportunities tha...

Impact of HIV/AIDS on Nursing

noted that cases of a rare lung infection, pneumocystis carinni pneumonia, had occurred in Los Angeles and also that three young m...

Progressively Aging Population

the standards of care and service reimbursement. With the growing elderly population and the changes in our familial lifestyles we...

Background to A Veterans' Association Healthcare Organization

The Oakland organization also plays a key role in aiding veterans to integrate back into the community; this has been seen when se...

Personal Philosophy of Nursing

individual is an "open system," which includes "distinct, but integrated physiological, psychological and socio-cultural systems" ...

Nursing Leadership & Groups

socially isolating, as outside opinion is discounted. The team adopts a "defensive posture," which is evidenced by "derogatory, de...

Planning an Obesity Education Program for 16 - 18 Year Olds

The paper will start by consider the problem, looking at the issue and the current gaps; it is only when the context of the issue ...

Unionization and Collective Bargaining in Nursing

This research paper examines the arguments both pro and con in regards to unionizaion within the nursing profession. The writer in...

Nursing Theory, a Comparison

p. 144). Each has value, but each exists with a paradox. The more abstract theories are more easily generalized, but more diffic...

Patient Autonomy and Nursing Student Ethics Article

are under our care. By promoting healthy and better communication between us and the patient, we do not need to involve the famil...

Affordable Healthcare in Australia

can only be expected to escalate in the near future. Therefore, issues of affordability, in relation to equitable healthcare servi...

Med/Surg Leader, An Interview

embarrassment in front of others, withheld pay increases, and termination" (Marriner-Tomey, 2004, p. 118). While conferring reward...

Theories of Leadership and Nursing

"organization does not need transforming" (Transformational leadership, 2007). Transactional leadership is much in keeping with ...

Practicing Interviewing Techniques

As the general population continues to age, we have many more people living into their late 80s and 90s. We can all learn a lot fr...

Research Evaluation on Nursing Home Costs of Utilizing MDS/PPS RUG III Systems

(p. 835) among Medicaid residents of Massachusetts nursing homes between 1991 and 1994. This mixed method (i.e., quantitative as ...

Nursing Questions

with other organizations in order to achieve health objectives. For example, community-based resources may be used in conjunction...

Article on Adolescents and Anger Critiqued Critique of “Anger in Adolescents: Sex, Ethnicity, Age Differences, and Psychometric Properties”

The authors conclude that the anger-in scale of the STAXI may be less reliable for younger groups but that it is still valuable fo...