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Mandate Period and Middle East Interests of the British and French

Lebanon we can appreciate the conflict. In 1920 the San Remo Conference saw a total collapse of the Ottoman Empire. The oi...

Impact of Parts of Affordable Care Act

Their conditions range in severity from life-threatening like cancer to chronic conditions like heart disease (HealthCare.gov, 201...

Leadership and Management in Nursing

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

Respiratory Care/Geriatric Case Study

on nursing care, particularly when considering the psychological factors of this model (Saliba, 2006). Breathing is one of the b...

Marketing Plan for Utilizing the Adult Nurse Practitioner at an HIV/AIDS Clinic

they do and so are less valuable in health care (Cys, 2004). NPs are and have been nurses first, and a requirement for the Master...

Nurses & Health Care Policy

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

Hospital Innovation Program Education Proposal

over their blood glucose levels; and (3) encouraging continuous improvement in nursing knowledge and patient education. The progr...

Religious Beliefs, Importance to Nursing

This paper considers the role of patients' religion and how it should impact nursing care. The writer focuses on the way in whic...

Occupational versus Nursing Therapy for Stroke Patients

For different reasons, each profession believes that the morning routine of washing and dressing is essential. Both the nurse and...

Patient Autonomy and Nursing Concept Analysis

are ideally suited to assist patient and their families in clarifying their needs and desires, enhancing patient autonomy (Breier-...

Postsurgical Patient Care

indwelling foley and compression boot. Her dressing is dry and intact. She was discharged with Percocet 5mg q6. Analysis and Out...

Elderly Citizens and Considerations for Community Health Care

the near future, however. This presents potentially severe consequences for the economics of elder care. The stakeholders in this...

Critical Incident Analysis in Nurse Management

and certainly health care facilities. In essence, the minimum requirements of nursing dictate that: * the nurse remain cognizant ...

Nursing Home Admissions' Perception versus Reality

to a nursing facility, it should also be understood that each situation is unique. When both the family members and the staff of t...

Cultural Mores and Nursing

view of medicine in order to better help the indigenous population on which she is called to serve. Before launching any p...

HTN and Transcultural Nursing

a discussion and review of literature that focuses on hypertension (HTN) among minority ethnic groups, with a particular emphasis ...

Influences on Patient Healthcare Service Provider Communication

information being given to the patient by the doctor. Anecdotal evidence from those who were patients at the time remember importa...

Nursing a Muslim Patient

different ways, In communication a starting point is the presence of verbal and non verbal communication. Different cultures may h...

Ethics, Blood Transfusions & Jehovah's Witnesses

be immensely helpful in gaining insight into the specific issues involved and subsequent perspective on what course of action to t...

Stroke Patients and Nursing Case Management

Partially as a result of improved heath care practices which result in longer life and partially as the result of the movement aw...

Nursing/Medical Vocabulary

9.Surg: Patients recovering from some form of surgery. 10. Med: Patients recovering from some form of illness. 11. ICU-Intensive C...

The Kidneys and Renal Failure

"three important hormones: erythropoietin ... or EPO, which stimulates the bone marrow to make red blood cells; renin, which regul...

Nursing Philosophy for Professional Practice

nurses should understand these patients thoroughly, "who they are, where they live and with whom, their current health status and ...

Patients’ Bill of Rights

is designed to ensure that "Patients have access to needed care" and that healthcare providers are "free to practice medicine with...

The Theory of Human Caring

al, 2009). The theory came from "the results of studies accomplished by the author along her Doctorate in Clinic and Social Psycho...

Adverse Effects to Antipsychotic Drugs

a fever, and a variety of other symptoms (Boyd, 2008). It is the variety of symptoms associated with NMS that become a significant...

Personal Philosophy of Nursing

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

Advanced Practice Nursing Roles

the various roles and responsibilities that the specialty involves, they share the common quality that the nursing process is inhe...

Explaining DNRs

agent, such as an adult child or another proxy. In recent years, the DNR has been included in the Physicians Orders for Life Susta...

Business Plan for a Nursing Agency Providing In-Home Care

The writer presents a proposal to support a plan for setting up and running a nursing agency, providing nursing and other healthca...