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Causes and Effects of Compassion Fatigue
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Concept Analysis Assignment Introduction  A concept analysis is a structured process which provides nurses with the meaning for a nursing theory and lays the foundation f...

Factors of Caring and Compassion in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Nurses must provide high quality, compassionate and effective care Across the globe, nursing is one of the most regulated and valued profession in any healthcare system. Nurses advocate...

Caring for a Person with a Long-Term Condition
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: In this assignment the student nurse will analyse the impact of a long-term condition on an individual, significant others or the wider society. They will also analyse the role of the nurse in the ma...

Roper- Logan- Tierney Activities of Living Case Study
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction Illness of one family member inevitably affects other family members and the whole family (Navidian, Rezaei and Payan, 2016).The purpose of this essay is to explore how to ...

Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Critical Appraisal of Jean Watson’s Theory of Human Caring Introduction Care giving is a general consciousness recommended for all patients regardless of the views of the hea...

Project to Decrease Alarm Fatigue
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Project Description Resetting alarms from default settings to each individual patient will decrease the number of unactionable alarms. In decreasing the number of unactionable alarms, th...

Evaluation of Dorothea Orem’s Theory
11th Feb 2020
Introduction:   Introduction “Nursing is a practical endeavor, but it is practical endeavor engaged in by persons who have specialized theoretic nursing knowledge with developed capabiliti...

Patient Risk Related to Healthcare Burnout
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction The phenomenon known as burnout has been talked about more than almost any other problem in the workplace over the last 40 years.  This condition was identified in 1974...

Effect of Mindfulness on CNM Burnout
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Mindfulness and CNM Burnout   Practice Question: Does practicing mindfulness help prevent burnout in working CNM’s, compared to no intervention?  ...

Advanced Nursing Role: Family Nurse Practitioner
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction Advanced practice nursing encompasses many different kinds of roles in nursing. At the master’s level of education in nursing, a few roles include nurse practitioner, nur...

Alarm Fatigue: Response Time to Bedside Monitors
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Alarm Fatigue: Response Time to Bedside Monitors One thing I believe to be overlooked at in my practicum setting are the alarms. Alarms are put in place to keep our patients safe, howeve...

Evaluation of Kolcaba's Comfort Theory
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Abstract Kolcaba’s Comfort theory is one of the many theories that are clearly applicable to today’s nursing practice. Kolcaba holistic approach to comfort is defined as the immediat...