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Post-operative Psychological Adjustment to Stoma
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The essay is based on a patient who had surgery to have an ileostomy formed. This essay will attempt to define support and identify what the patient’s specific support needs may be within the c...

Role of the Midwife as an Educator
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The researcher has used the terms “tutor” and “midwife” in an interchangeable format. Midwifery is about far more than delivering babies. The skills that a midwife needs to carry out her jo...

Orthotics in Neurology: Disorders, Treatment and Causes
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Contents (Jump to) Introduction Explanation Disorders Posture and Gait: Deformity: Muscle Weakness: Contractures and Spasticity: Sensory problems: Autonomic Functions: Treatment Causes Conclusion Bib...

Caring for Pressure Sores in Elderly People
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: 107582 Caring for Pressure Sores in Elderly People with Circulatory Problems from Long-Term Diabetes, in Nursing Homes Pressure sores are tears or ulcerations in the skin, that occur typically in th...

Development of Person Centred Nursing Care
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The aim of this essay is to describe the history of person-centred care, explain why person-centred approach is important in healthcare environment and how it is achieved. This essay will also explai...

Advantages and Disadvantages of the Epidural
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Is epidural the best of all words – no pain but full consciousness? (Yerby, 2000). Discuss During pregnancy many women give some thought on what they will do to cope with labour pain. Some women ai...

Issues of Nurse Prescribing in the UK
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction The changing face of the NHS is a topic of controversy and debate from the perspectives of professionals and policy makers. The last three decades have seen a transformation in nursing i...

Demonstrating Achievement of Learning Outcomes in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Analytical summary of portfolio to demonstrate achievement of the learning outcomes This essay is primarily aimed at analytically reviewing the portfolio that I have assimilated in the recent past. I...

Measuring Patient Dependency in Clinical Settings
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Title: Should patient dependency be used to set nurse-staffing levels in general hospital wards? Introduction: In this section, we perform a literature review to discuss patient dependency in clinica...

Developing Self-Assessment Skills in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Self-assessment is the way in which individuals reflect on past experiences and events in order to facilitate learning, and to develop and maintain skills and knowledge, in order to evaluate whether ...

Does Nursing Need Theory?
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: =Do nurses need theory? A question that can be considered on many different levels. If one considers the evolution of nursing over time, one can observe that the nurse of antiquity was arguably as de...

Reflective Writing for Learning Disability Nurse
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Summary reflection –Modules 5 – 9 Working as a learning disability nurse, poses a career fraught with many interesting and often frustrating challenges. However, this is a population that can...

Nurse-led Respiratory Syncytial Virus Immunisation
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Respiratory syncyital virus in pre-term babies. Setting up a nurse led clinic to give Synagis (immunisation) with implications for nursing practice. From the neonatal nurse’s view point.   Int...

Management of Poor Nutrition in Child
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: In each phase of life, human beings have specific dietary needs. During the first six months of life an infant acquires all its dietary needs from either breast milk or formula milk (Department of He...

Challenges for Patient Care in Acute Wards
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: “It may seem a strange principle to enunciate as the very first requirement in a hospital that it should do the sick no harm” Nightingale F (1863) With this statement in mind, identify th...

Management of Self-harm Patients in A&E
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The acute incident was a case of ‘deliberate self-harm’ (DSH), admitted to an A & E unit. DSH incorporates deliberate non-habitual acts of self-harm that are not fatal, and may or may not in...

Importance of Research in Nursing Practice and Theories
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction This essay will consider the definition of nursing research, different types of research and design, and why research is important in nursing practice. It will also illustrate examples o...

Competencies of the Effective Healthcare Leader
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The analysis of a top down change process in my organisation has led me to a critical understanding of processes, my own place within these organisational processes and the effects my role and compet...

Analysis of Nursing Ideologies: Leg Ulcers and COPD Case
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Professional Studies Essay The aim of this essay is to address various professional nursing ideologies and how they can be applied to nursing practice. This will be undertaken in order to assess the ...

Clinical Supervision in Practice and District Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: CLINICAL SUPERVISION IN PRACTICE AND DISTRICT NURSING: A LITERATURE REVIEW The following research reports a systematic literature review of studies which have assessed the development, implementation...

Factors for Motivation at Work in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Is motivation at work for nurses in two NHS hospitals dependant on job satisfaction or financial incentives? The National Health Service was described in a BBC News article in 2000 (BBC, 2000) as an ...

Importance of Communication in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Communication is a huge topic and can be considered on many different levels from a professional viewpoint. We can consider issues such as the relevance of various forms of communication between the ...

Skills Development for Child Nursing Course
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Provide an in-depth reflective account that demonstrates how learning, during the three years of the child nursing course, has been achieved in relation to two areas of your practice which has inform...