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Stop Smoking in Psychiatric Ward

Numerous articles conclude that people who have mental health disorders are more likely to smoke than people who do not have such ...

Case Study on an Ethical Dilemma in the Workplace

The primary ethical issue lay in whether to terminate the pregnancy. The doctor of record resisted abortion as an option, in fact...

RN and LPN Nursing Wage Disparities

Spence (1973) proposes that employers rationally offer higher compensation to those workers who have completed a higher level of e...

Overview of Respiratory Therapy

regards to lung function. If patients cannot breath on their own, RTs are trained on how to intubate patients and connect them to ...

Reduction of ICU's Nursing Ratio and Change Management

The reason is that the hospital has been unsuccessful in recruiting an adequate number of qualified nurses. Ultimately, the blame...

The Economic Impact on Home Health Issues

markets that can be quite lucrative. The industry can expect greater numbers of patients in the future, resulting both from demog...

Sick and Dying Catholic Ministering

in the world (McClory 2002). The Cardinal had lost his battle with cancer and he was ready to let go (McClory 2002). Letting go a...

Nursing and Bullying

This research paper pertains to the standards published by the Joint Commission on the issue of bullying in the hospital workplace...

Issues in Group Dynamics

In this essay, a hospital was used as the organization that had problems. The research team identified four problems related to gr...

Basin Baths and Nosocomial Infections

This research paper offers a brief literature review that indicates that basin baths promote bacterial growth and, therefore, incr...

Nosocomial Infection Risk and Basin Baths

This research paper begins with a problem statement that concerns the need to reduce the incidence of hospital-acquired (nosocomia...

Replacing Basin Baths, A Study Proposal

This research paper describes a proposed research study that investigates whether or not traditional basin baths constitute a sour...

Research Questions, HAIs and Basin Baths

This research paper discusses the problem of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) and literature that indicates that traditional ba...

SWOT Analysis of a Recovery Unit

In a paper of 4 pages, the author reflects on the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for a recovery unit in a hospit...

A Proposed Study, Design, Sampling and Ethics in

This research paper presents an example paper pertaining to the way in which a proposed research study examining the effect of pat...

Reducing Staff Healthcare Facility

Most healthcare facilities today are short staff, especially nurses. Still, this paper discusses things to consider when reducing ...

Health Care Reimbursement, Its Future

This research paper discusses reform trends pertaining to hospital reimbursement. Several new Medicare rules and initiatives are d...

Prenatal Education in a Military Program

This research paper addresses a scenario that describes a prenatal education class that pregnant military personnel and wives are ...

Health Care Seeking Behaviors

Many elements converge to determine whether or not an individual will see a physician or go to a hospital, or avoid the system ent...

MRSA Article Critiques

This paper critiques three articles that focus on the control, treatment and prevention of hospital-acquired methicillin-resistant...

Falls Regulation in New York

York Patient Occurrence and Tracking System. This is system which requires hospitals to notify the state of adverse incidences whi...

Electronic Documentation, Making the Switch

documentation towards the use of electronic medical records (EMRs). This frequently, however, causes conflict among nursing staff,...

Health Care Processes - An Overview

In a paper of five pages, the writer looks at key health care processes. These processes are defined in terms of their essential n...

Practices for Budget Management and Monitoring

compromising organizational goals. The first thing one should look at is revenue. The 2009 revenue for the hospital is reflected...

Needs Assessment and Simulation

evaluated stated that they are predominantly "hands-on learners." Eight of the 10 nurses evaluated stated they were hands-on lear...

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 ...

Business Process Objectives

quality of the customer service. The measures here will be against the expected levels from past visitors as well as the levels co...

Staffing the VA Outpatient Clinic

and a domiciliary residence for homeless veterans (Mountain Home VA Medical Center, n.d.); the Knoxville CBOC frequently sends its...

Balanced Scorecard; Financial Objectives

as such this will also lead to patient satisfaction. The cost per patient or per visit may be measured in financial terms; this ...

Learning and Growth Objectives

of that knowledge and create cost savings with the way it is implemented, such as new procedures, or new ways of managing old proc...