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    group was assigned with the topic Nurse Reports- Bedside vs Hand-off. I was able to be present during nurse to nurse hand overs on numerous occasions during clinical time at the hospitals and they do differ from nurse to nurse greatly. Being just nursing student, I was able to notice the difference between a good vs a bad hand over. Receiving complete and precise information about the patient we as nurses will take care of, plays a huge role in the outcome of patient condition. With that being…

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    In NUSC 5723, Nursing Informatics, I thoroughly researched and designed a Process/Workflow Analysis with a focus on implementing a theory and research-based, systematic initiative which resulted in creating a Heart Failure Disease Management (HFDM) Program in order to…

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    to explore the understanding of the role of a nurse in relation to record keeping in nursing to ensure a safe, high-quality and continuous nursing care to the patients. Nursing documentation is a fundamental aspect of a nurse’s obligation in everyday clinical practice (Griffith and Tengnah, 2010). The importance of record keeping will demonstrate the best practice in nursing by focusing on four key areas of nursing practices to ensure and to maintain the assessment of patient’s records,…

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    implications for leadership in nursing by David Stanley The healthcare field of nursing is facing puzzling challenges as the nursing workforce faces challenges such as, nursing shortages and generational differences issues worldwide. To explain first, the healthcare field of nursing is experiencing an increase turnover rate as both aging and young nurses withdraw from entering and/or continuing the nursing profession. Stanley (2010) suggested that a decrease in the enrollment of nursing…

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    In the Hospital setting, the patients are the centre of our professional nursing practice. The fact that patients are confined in a small room or with multiple patients is at a low level importance, but our major concern is about examining the challenges of the lifestyle and behavior and focus on how to improve the hospital setting and let patients enjoy their stay. Multiple issues affect this environment, starting with social media. Social media is something that we all use and it has become…

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    Core Competencies Nursing is a challenging field of study that allows for similarities and differences across the various positions that one has the potential to hold. A non-clinical nurse administrator and a clinical nurse practitioner are both advanced positions within the field of nursing; however, they vary and require different core competencies for each individual professional role. As with any professional position, required education and several competencies are needed to successfully…

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    Hrm/531 Week 3

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    monthly training luncheons for the nursing teams. The Chief Nursing Officer will conduct the training luncheon program by using slides and computer presentations covering potential sentinel events and the steps required to prevent the occurrence, nursing documentation criteria, and effective communication techniques. Additionally, the training luncheons will be used as reinforcement to the training sessions provided by the nursing managers. Moreover, the nursing team members will have the…

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    between leaders and their team members, and the leaders should not show their power to colleagues to keep an appropriate distance. The leaders should consider the needs and capabilities of the members individually. Mutual trust and efficient communication is necessary for the leadership (Salanova et al. 2011, p. 2257). A change in a clinical setting should be managed by both leaders’ and member’s opinion. To achieve this, leaders are required four qualities which are “idealized influence,…

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    It is my passion to help people feel better and smile. I am enthusiastic to pursue a Master’s degree in nursing with a specialization in psychiatric-Mental Health to acquire more knowledge about mental illness, and to study how to provide mental health services. My goal is to become a psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP). Pursuing an MSN-PMHNP will motivate me to attain my goal, assist individuals with mental disorders, to aid people overcome addiction or substance abuse, and…

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    Elements of Professional Nursing Roles The purpose of this paper is to provide reflective insight on how the concepts imparted in NURN 129 have prepared me for future professional registered nursing practice. The importance of understanding the following concepts: Professionalism, The Healthcare Delivery System, Health Ethics, Teamwork and Collaboration and Health Law is vital for any individual seeking nursing as a profession because they relate to everything that a nurse would encounter…

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