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    Fall Risk Assessment

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    Background and Significance of Problem. This paper will provide an outline to reduce falls by implementing education on the proper utilization of bed and chair alarms, and adequate communication between nurses and certified nursing assistants, rather than lack of education regarding fall tools and not utilizing standardized safety tools in a postoperative orthopedic surgical unit, where the fall rate have increased recently. To prevent patient injury and decrease falls nurses need to communicate…

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    to truly take care of their patients or is their certification merely an illusion? While many people believe main medical professionals such as nurses or doctors are qualified, there have been questions as to whether or not the average certified nursing assistant (CNA)…

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    decided to enroll in becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) last 2009, I know that I would be able to deal with different kinds of people and be able to be part of their healing process during their stay in the healthcare institution. Today, as I become a part of the health team, I learned a lot of things. First is being able to know how to communicate and work with varied type of people may it be our patient or a coworker. In my every day shift at hospitals and nursing homes, I was able…

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    Essay On Being A Nurse

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    I know there are millions of nurses in North America alone, but I decided to write about my mother, Brigitte Santos. Brigitte is a home health care nurse that has worked all of her life to get to where she is today. Brigitte is the most hardworking, over achieving, caring and responsible person I know. Brigitte has raised 2 kids all the while working hard and going to school. I personally have seen my mother start from the bottom and work her way up to be an extremely successful woman. She has…

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    NURSING ASSISTANTS: CARING FOR OTHERS There are many jobs in the world, but one that will always be needed is nursing assistants. To be a nursing assistant, a person must have compassion and a desire to help people. It is not an easy job, but it can be very rewarding. As the baby boom population ages, the need for nursing assistants is increasing. Some important things to know about this job are educational training, work activities, and work conditions. Educational Training and Abilities A…

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    during my journey to become a nurse. Hi I 'm Whitley Chapman and I 'm applying for the nursing program. Below I want to inform you all on my to become a nurse. Although this is not required I want you all to know a little about me before making such an important decision in my life. I 'm 25 years old and I have a 4 year old I begun school with you all 2012/2013 spring semester I am already a certified nursing assistant but I want more more education, more experience and more opportunities to…

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    (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, 2014) This number keeps climbing as the medical field is getting larger and is in demand. Technology, such as computers and monitors are used as daily equipment for nursing. (Bureau Of Labor Statistics, 2014) Today’s nurses have to know how to use technology safely for their patients and for themselves. Nurses use computers to schedule staff, for timekeeping, to order medications or supplies, and for research and email…

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    Lao Tzu 's quote resonate like sticks on a drum, “The Journey of a Thousand miles begins with a single step". Yet the destination of that journey can only be achieved, by the hand of God, determination and perseverance. What was he speaking about and how is this applicable to this statement or even the mere fact of that I am in pursuit of becoming not just a doctor, but a well- rounded physician defines Lao Tzu’s statement. This journey to be an exemplary physician, one of integrity, community…

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    Megan, my Physician’s Assistant (PA). Her comforting words reassured me that I was in great hands, and the fear immediately drifted away. As I slowly made my way into the bathroom for the first time post-surgery, my reflection in the mirror was not what I was expecting. A nine-inch bandage covered my sternum, while chest tubes dangled from each of my sides. Every thought that entered my mind was markedly pessimistic.…

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    and has control of emotions. Patients who are cognitively impaired have the exact opposite in various degrees. As we had spoken to Lisa Edwards a Certified Nursing Assistance in the state of Indiana for over seventeen years. Accepting awards such as perfect attendance and C.N.A of the month several times Lisa explains as a certified nursing assistant that she has used countless types of restraints chemical restraints, physical restraints…

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