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Muscle Stretching Exercise for Primary Dysmenorrhoea Pain
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: CHAPTER-V DISCUSSION, SUMMARY, CONCLUSION, IMPLICATIONS, LIMITATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS DISCUSSION “Dysmenorrhoea” is derived from a Greek word and the meaning of this Greek word is difficult me...

Importance of Communication in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Communication in nursing   Introduction Communication in nursing is vital to quality and safe nursing care (Judd, 2013). There is evidence that continues to show that breakdowns in communication can...

Family Support in Mental Illness
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Family is an important and inevitable part of an individual and its uninterrupted presence gives us a psychological support and courage to courageously deal with any kind of trouble.It provides a str...

Leadership and Change in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Leadership and Change Kym Bell   I have chosen to use Jersey College in Trenton, New Jersey for my leadership change project. Jersey College is an educational nursing program that provides the com...

Physical and Psychosocial Problems of Radiation Therapy
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction and background: The word “cancer” itself is traumatic in nature. It effects a person not only physically but also psychologically, financially, culturally, socially, and spiritually ...

Virginia Henderson’s Need Based Theory and Implications
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Virginia Henderson’s Need Based Theory and Practice Implications Katherine Rose   Virginia Henderson’s Theory of Principles and Practice of Basic Nursing Care According to Nicely and DeLario ...

Play Therapy and Cognitive Development in Children
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction This essay will discuss how play therapy improves the cognitive and social functions of young children. A brief review of child development theories and how these underpin play therapy wi...

Example Nursing Essay
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Deathography Reflective Essay In life nothing is more inevitable than death, it simply cannot be avoided. Despite advances in medical sciences and increased longevity in the Western world, human life ...

Limiting Impact of Moral Distress in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Make recommendations on how the impact of moral distress on nursing staff can be limited. What is moral distress? Moral distress is the state of psychological discomfort and distress that arises when ...

Safeguarding Dementia Patients
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Introduction All nurses have a duty of care to their patients (Brooker and Waugh, 2013). Nurses are expected to play a safeguarding role, recognising vulnerable patients and protecting them from harm,...

Can breastfeeding Prevent Childhood Obesity
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Can breastfeeding in the first six months prevent childhood obesity? ‘Obesity’ is defined as a body mass index (BMI) of ≥25kg/m2 (World Health Organisation 2015). In the past decade, thr...

Role and Career Opportunities for a Nurse
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Terms of Reference Accountability: Means that healthcare professionals are accountable to their selves and to others on the care received by the patients. Adverse event: Refers to an incident that occ...

The Importance of Leadership in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The importance of leadership is now widely recognised as a key part of overall effective healthcare, and nursing leadership is a crucial part of this as nurses are now the single largest healthcare di...

Admission And Appointments for Diabetic Patients
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Identify a patient, stating the reason for admission/appointment. It must be on diabetes. Describe a specific problem that has been highlighted through the assessment process. Explore factors that may...

NHS Culture and the Quality of Patient Care
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The National Health Service is the universal medical care provider for residents of the UK. The principles it was originally developed upon ensured the service was provided free to meet everyone’...

Provision of Nursing for Refugees in Australia
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Australia has a large and expanding population of people from a refugee background – referred to as ‘refugees’. Refugees in general, and refugee women in particular, have distinctive and...

Challenges faced by Newly Qualified Nurses
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: It is estimated that approximately 60% of the nursing workforce consists of newly qualified nurses: consequently there is much literature that examines the transitions that individuals experience as t...

Factors Impacting On The Effectiveness Of Palliative Care
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Palliative care can vary significantly in its effectiveness according to condition, location, and type of patient (WHO, 2011; Gomes et al., 2013). This has long been recognised as an issue: Higginson ...

Study Into Female Pain During Childbirth
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: SUMMARY Delivery is a one of the miracle of every women’s life. The mothers suffer much distress. After child birth due to painful perineum. Perineal pain is most commonly associated with child ...

Theories of Psychological Care in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: The best definition of psychosocial care is found in the National Council for Hospice and Specialist (2000) which describe it as “concerned with the psychological and emotional wellbeing of the ...

Communication Skills in Nursing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Communication is a vital part of the nurses role. Theorists such as Peplau (1952), Rogers (1970) and King (1971) all emphasise therapeutic communication as a primary part of nursing and a major focus ...

Congestive Heart Failure: Complications and Affects
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Congestive heart failure is a cardiac disease that causes many complications and affects many individuals in multiple ways. Aspects of one’s life that are impacted by CHF are: activities of dail...

Summary of Chinn's Four Ways of Knowing
11th Feb 2020
Introduction: Reaction to Chinn’s Four Ways of Knowing: Peggy L. Chinn, RN, PhD, FAAN is Professor of Nursing at the University of Connecticut. She earned her undergraduate nursing degree from the University ...