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Why Nurses Leave Clinical Practice?

change the position before completing three years of clinical practice (MacKusick and Minick, 2010). This research article is very...

3 Elements of Psychiatric Nursing

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

Nursing Development and Clinical Supervision's Role

theoretical framework for promoting professional development through the use of quality circles. This management theory involves a...

Wives Who Tire of or Become Bored with Their Mates

In five pages this paper examines why wives grow tired of their husbands and leave them in an application of a philosophical argum...

3 Specialties in Advanced Nursing Practice

an advanced practice nurse. The benefits that a nurse midwife can bring to a first-time mother include information that the mothe...

Professional Ethics: Nursing Inmates

all aspects of professional nursing and a nurses obligation to patients to provide ethical and professional quality care. The firs...

Culture Care Theory

There are dozens of nursing theories that have been developed over decades. Each has its own value and each is beneficial for nurs...

Ethics and Beliefs in Nursing

As this writer/tutor can only speculate on what the students personal values are, it is suggested that the student include a state...

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...

Nursing Practice and Types of Research Methodologies

a method which pursues both action and understanding at the same time, and points out that it is particularly relevant in situatio...

Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom and Perspectives Gained

In three pages this paper examines the insight this text provides and how nursing practice could benefit from its application....

Research and Nursing Practice

eventually revert to many of the methods formerly used in patient care. She makes clear distinction between research in nursing t...

Advanced Nursing Practice Philosophy

therapeutic manner (Tourville and Ingalls, 2003). This relationship may refer to a single individual, or the "person" may be a sma...

Various Types of Nursing Roles

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

Personal Narrative: Becoming a Nurse

we had a helper who came in during the day and a nurse at night. Both of them were kind, experienced and very caring, and I could ...

Personal Philosophy of Nursing

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

7 Nursing Theory Issues

patient was in a significant amount of pain, he made jokes throughout his entire stay, as family members remained at his bedside. ...

Improving Pediatric Care in the ED

graduate nursing hires (Truman, 2004, p. 45). The novice nurses participate in six hours of classroom instruction, plus thirty hou...

Personal Reflections on Clinical Supervision

can facilitate a different type of learning and examination, peer groups may allow an exploration with fewer confines groups with ...

A Clinical Overview of Depression

experts agree that clinical depression is a depression that does not go away with accompanying feelings of worthlessness and despa...

Impact of Professional Environment on Nursing Knowledge

(Bliss-Holtz, Winter and Scherer, 2004). In hospitals that have achieved magnet status, nurses routinely collect, analyze and us...

Summary of Nursing Articles

to reach the disease" (Colwell; 2). The author also examines aspects of surgical treatment, indicating that a particular type of s...

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 ...

Comparing Mission and Philosophy Statements in regards to Nursing

from those of education- focused institutions, when the institution in question is a nursing school, there are similarities, as we...

Diabetes Articles, Reflection, Synthesis

of literature pertaining to type 2 diabetes mellitus, begins by describing, summarizing and analyzing the study conducted by Barko...

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...

Scope of Practice and APN Roles

This research paper presents an examination of nursing empirical literature that covers a number of issues relevant to advanced pr...

Current Issues, Advanced Practice Nursing

This research paper discusses a number of issues in advanced practice nursing, such as barriers to practice, credentialing, the hi...

Student Nursing Clinical Practice and Assessment

This research paper offers summations of three research studies that focus on assessment of clinical practice performance in regar...

Jean Watson's Theory of Caring: Clinical Application

This research paper concerns Jean Watson's theory of human caring and its use within nursing clinical practice. Eleven pages in le...