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Registered Nurse's Hospital Role

several years. Psychologically, it has been found that individuals more actively involved with their own health care often fare m...

DUTIES OF A REGISTERED NURSE AT KINDRED HOSPITAL

health screening or immunization clinics and blood drives (Registered Nurses, 2010). Kin a hospital setting, RNs are known ...

The Role of the Nurse Anesthetist

view as well, developing theories of nursing that focus on nursing and its components as systems of varying degrees. Some, such a...

The Role of the Registered Nurse in Educating Teens about STDs/HIV

The theory is "rooted in an agentic perspective," meaning that humans are the agents of change in their lives (Pajares, 2004). Peo...

The Role of the Registered Nurse in Educating Teens about STDs/HPV

carry out specific behaviors influences the behaviors in which they engage, their persistence in the face of obstacles, and the ef...

LPNs and RNs

advocates, providing medical treatments prescribed by physicians, and keeping accurate records of changes in patient status (Nurse...

Foreign Registered Nurses Recruitment and Nursing Shortage

2003). Most international nurses coming to the US come from the Philippines, but many also come from Canada and India with addit...

Associate Nursing Degree Graduates and the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses

In seven pages the NCLEX RN testing and its associated issues are examined in this topical overview. Nine sources are cited in th...

Registered Nurse's Work and Objectives

of patients that not only speak about the medical problem, but also monopolize the staffs time by discussing volumes of informatio...

Costs of Skilled Nursing Facilities and the Impact of the Shortage of Registered Nurses

Today, the problem of the nursing shortage has grown to the point that it is no longer only added stress and long hours for those ...

State Differences Scope of APRNs

Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRN) are licensed registered nurses (RNs) who have advanced graduate degree education. They ...

Registered Nurse Safe Staffing Act of 2009

which are factors that are likely to have a beneficial affect on the chronic nursing shortage that is currently affecting the heal...

New Nurses Survival Guide

2008, p. 208). The purpose of the study designed by Sorensen and Yankech (2008) was to investigate whether a "research-based, th...

Organizational Change in St. Vincent's ICU

Hospital. The purpose here is to describe and evaluate the restructuring of St. Vincents ICU to gain one-on-one nursing and so im...

Various Types of Nursing Roles

implementing the treatment regimen. 5. collaborating with other health care providers in determining the appropriate health care f...

Nurses Job Satisfaction

in the U.S. stands at 8.5 percent to over 14 percent, depending on the specific area of specialty (Letvak and Buck, 2008), by 2020...

APRN Working to Their Full Extent

This paper offered a position paper on the topic of allowing Advanced Practice Registered Nurses to practice up to their knowledge...

Epidural Analgesia and Nursing Practice

In seven pages this research paper discusses epidural analgesia in an overview that examines nursing practice and considers the Ce...

3 Elements of Psychiatric Nursing

cope with ethical situations primarily from experience and only minimally from formal education, which leaves novice nurses with "...

Negative Effect of Anesthesia Assistants on Nursing

generations. Though Nightingale promoted a professional demeanor, nursing was not something that most well-bred women would even ...

Nurses & Health Care Policy

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

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...

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 ...

Profile of Nursing Leader Donna Brunskill

and nurses need to be and has generated capacity and energy within that body of nursing to reach that vision" (Ralko 6). A princip...

Research Proposal on SNFs and the RN Shortage

well. This study also appears to be sound scientifically. Its primary means of data analysis is statistical; the methods b...

Ethical, Legal Issues and Registered Nurses

Outlook Handbook, which is published by the U.S. Department of Labors Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), registered nurses (RNs), a...

Are All Nursing Degrees Created Equal?

the associates course of study to address the very things that can make the greatest difference in patient outcomes and satisfacti...

The Difficult Problem of the Nursing Shortage

Statistics expects that number to rise to more than one million in less than 20 years. The American Nurses Association and Monste...

U.S. Nursing Shortage

that they are often asked to take care of more patients with higher acuity levels than they have in the past (Hassmiller and Cozin...

Nursing: Article Reviews

some determining the study was inconclusive, others saying certain interventions should be made universal and still others stating...