Tag: Care

Patient care is not just about the medical aspect of nursing. Patients may experience stress about their conditions, injuries, procedures, surgeries, or recovery. It is important for nurses to treat a patient's physical ailments as well as his or her emotional needs.


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BayCare Health System Evaluation
Nursing Assignments
Introduction: BayCare Health System was originated in 1997 when many of the not-for-profit hospitals in the Tampa Bay area came together under one name united by a common mission. BayCare Health System joins with t... Last modified: 4th Jun 2020

Critical Thinking Practices for Developing a Patient Care Plan
Reflective Essays
Introduction: Student Learning Outcome Four Integrate current evidence-based practices and critical thinking techniques to develop the patient’s plan of care (Ivy Tech Community College, 2019-20). Rationale Regis... Last modified: 2nd Jun 2020

A Review of a Service User's Experience in a Community Hospital
Nursing Essays
Introduction: This essay is a review of a service user’s experience in a community hospital following discharge from an acute hospital. During this essay the patient will be referred to as Mrs C in accordance... Last modified: 29th May 2020

Assessing Care Plan Benefits for Diabetic Review Appointments
Nursing Case Studies
Introduction: Abstract Diabetes is a growing endemic and places a significant financial burden on the NHS. NICE guidelines recommend using a patient centred approach and individualised management plan. Annual re... Last modified: 18th May 2020

Why is nursing considered a caring and helping profession?
Nursing Questions
Introduction: Question WHY IS NURSING CONSIDERED A CARING AND A HELPING PROFESSION Answer Nursing is widely considered to be a profession which is made up of professionals who are dedicated to both caring for their... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Challenges of Dementia Care and Patient Awareness
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Abstract Dementia is a controversial issue in the medical field today. Dementia is defined as “a loss of intellectual abilities of sufficient severity to interfere with social or occup... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Geriatric Care Available in New Zealand
Nursing Essays
Introduction: Introduction Ageing population has out growth its number for years in many countries such as New Zealand that has a number of ageing population. Most ageing population are physically fit and have a h... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020

Communication in Care Settings
Nursing Essays
Introduction: The Croft Nursery school is a chain of day-care centres throughout the Newcastle-under-Lyme area, it takes children from 0-4 years before preschool and has close links with the local hospital with ki... Last modified: 11th Feb 2020