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Philosophy of Nursing

Philosophy of Nursing 

A Nurse as a Detective As detectives, nurses use their clinical imagination together with nursing science to evaluate and determine the consequence of subtle deviations and changes from expected patterns to control and prevent adverse outcomes (Fawcett & Ellenbecker, 2015). Nurses employ their knowledge and experiences to help prevent harm from being perpetrated on their […]
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Watson Theory

Watson Theory

Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring has a wide range of applications in nursing practice including psychiatric and pediatric clinical setting as well as critical care. Watson’s theory states that nursing focuses on preventing illness, restoring health, and promoting health (Wayne, 2016). Watson’s Theory of Human Caring focuses on treating diseases and improving health. According […]
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Rhabdomyolysis

Rhabdomyolysis

Background Rhabdomyolysis is a pathological condition of skeletal muscle cell damage. It is caused by direct or indirect injury of the muscles. It occurs due to the death of muscle fibers and discharge of their contents into the bloodstream. Rhabdomyolysis can result in adverse complications such as renal failure. When the kidney is damaged, it […]
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What We Have To Do As Healthcare Professionals

Nurses play an important role in providing effective and sensitive care of other culture. Cultural respect is significant to improve access to high-quality healthcare that is responsive to patient’s needs and to reduce health disparities. Nurses need to respond to the changing patient demographics and deliver culturally competent care. Some nurses might regard a patient […]
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Professional Roles and Values

Professional Roles and Values

Jean Watson Theory Watson’s theory of human caring has influenced my values and goals through my nursing vocation. The concept of caring helps me to embrace the positive energy which flows from an integrated spirit, body, and mind and is both rewarding to my patients and me. Throughout my nursing practice, I put my patients […]
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Health Disparity Paper

Health Disparity Paper

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), health disparities refer to the variances in the health status of different groups of people (Gaskin et al. 2014). Individuals can be described by different factors such as geographic location, sexual orientation, disability, education or income, race or ethnicity or gender. Health disparities are inequitable […]
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Renal Case Study

Renal Case Study

Glomerulonephritis Glomerulonephritis is a group of conditions which damage the glomeruli in the kidney. The glomeruli filter blood and help to remove excess fluids from the body in the body. Glomerulonephritis is characterized by inflammation of the glomeruli. When the glomeruli are damaged, the kidneys will stop functioning properly, and this condition can proceed with […]
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Patient Safety Review

Patient Safety Review

Patient Safety Adverse events such as sentinel events require a holistic review to reduce healthcare errors and improve patient safety. Adverse events occur every day in healthcare settings resulting in injuries to thousands of people each year. Home care cannot control these events. Reduced ability to engage in double checks, lack of coordination of care, […]
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