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Communication Management Between Doctors & Nurses

Empirical research ahs consistently reported that when communication between the two professions is good, which includes doctors ...

A. Retsas' Article 'Problematic telephone orders Empowering nurses through action research' Article Reviewed

However, the article really focuses not only on the broad problem of medication errors, or insubordination, but a specific area th...

Medical Doctors and Nurse Practitioners Conflict Management

the elderly. The Nurse Practitioner announced in its July 2000 issue that reports of the AMAs petition had been received as...

Information Needs Of Doctors And Nurses

it comes to orders, medications, tests, transfers and so on. Another problem for both physicians and nurses is identifying all p...

Violating Nursing Protocol

illustrates how she ignored the potential for causing harm when she increased the patients drugs; only after the medication had be...

Nurse Manager Responsibilities

This research paper presents a comprehensive discussion of nurse manager responsibilities, which includes addressing nurse empower...

Nursing Questions

provide effective communication, the Band Aid song "Do They Know Its Christmas" a song which led to Live Aid was effective; this w...

Aspro Problems and Communications

difficulty is a leading factor in the development of the problems at Aspro, but there are other negative factors at work as well. ...

An OR Nurse Becomes Whistleblower

What should a nurse do when she knows that a surgeon is incompetent and killing children on his operating table? Even today, there...

Communication Between Doctors and Patients

In eight pages this paper considers a research proposal regarding patient and doctor communications and whether or not this partic...

A Tutorial of Adult Communication Teams and Management

This paper consists of twenty pages and considers adult communication management along with such relevant terms as the development...

Nursing Management/Retention Issues

that not only were nurses retained but that everyone on staff is motivated to be actively engaged and involved in the work environ...

Leadership and Management in Nursing

management, in recent years, has been quite extensive. This body of empirical evidence and commentary largely supports the concept...

Communication in Organizations

The control and approach to the formal communication will also impact on the culture and the way informal communication take place...

Humanistic Leadership & Nursing Unions

with humanity, that is, to be humanistic in ones orientation refers to the principles of humanism, which has been given a variety ...

Paranoid Schizophrenia

potential need for treatment for impaired skin integrity due to immobility. Therefore, the nurse will begin precautions prior to a...

The Interprofessional Approach to Nursing

records and kept him and his family informed about his progress to date and what he could expect along the path to recovery. Nurs...

Noncompliant Patients Due to Culture

The United States has become more and more diverse over the last four decades and that diversity continues to expand. Different cu...

Do Projects Fail because of People and Communication?

of a single or single set of objectives, rather than an ongoing repeated process. For example, planning the building of a structur...

Organizational Communication - Case Study

to familiarity. This is not necessarily true all the time and it is not necessarily true when the message is sent in written form....

Coping with Being Understaffed

the ability of an institution to deliver quality, error-free care. At the Six Sigma level, there are roughly "3.4 errors per one m...

Nursing Management Topics

over the course of several years of research into the issue. Most styles also depend on an array of variables including "organiza...

Angina Pectoris From a Nursing Perspective

risk factors that can be altered, with special attention to lowering cholesterol and blood pressure. B. Treatment of ischemia usua...

Dubal; Management Paper

the right place (Mintzberg et al, 2003). The needs of these customers will vary as Dubal supplies a number of different industries...

Group Process/Nursing

(2003) gives the example of an nurse assigned to a busy intensive care unit (ICU) began experiencing clear signs of traumatic stre...

Official Physical Investigations and Medical Doctors

In fifteen pages this paper examines official physical investigations and the role doctors' play in terms of the methodological an...

'The Horse Dealer's Daughter' by D.H. Lawrence and Motivation

In four pages this paper analyzes the D.H. Lawrence short story in terms of determining the young doctor's motivations. There are...

Hiroshima Diary by Hachiya

This paper consists of thirteen pages and analyzes a Japanese doctor's observations of Hiroshima after the dropping of the atomic ...

Nursing Perceptions

In eight pages this paper examines the field of nursing in terms of nursing roles in health care management, education requirement...

How Can Doctors Get Patients to Comply?

who "cheats" on his diet (1994). Doctors merely expect patients to comply with their dictums but this author says that some like S...