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    Registered Nurses Lilian Chira Frontier Nursing University Summary of Evaluations My presentation was on professional issues of Advanced Practice Registered Nurses. I did my evaluation at my church where I brought oatmeal cookies and orange juice and also told the audience they were free to bring their own snacks. I invited and confirmed with four audiences, but unfortunately only two were able to attend. Fortunately two certified nursing assistant were able to attend on time and the…

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    I Want To Be A Cna

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    I never expected to be here. If you asked me four years prior to where I am now, if I wanted to go to college and study nursing, the answer would’ve been no. From me being loud, obnoxious, disrespectful and disobedient to failing every class and having over 40 absences, I did not even think about college. On the brink of failing the ninth grade and having a disciplinary record longer than my school transcripts, I had my first anxiety attack. As I was gasping for air while thousands of…

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    My Graduation Analysis

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    I aced the certification exam. Shortly after the New Year of 2014, I find employment at a small nursing facility in a small town just outside of Muncie, called Yorktown. It was less than 100 beds in the facility. It has changed management since I have been there, I’m not sure what it is called now. I enjoyed working there. I ended up leaving after a…

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    school, I came to realize that it isn't something I would like to do for the rest of my life. Then, I decided to take a certificate course at Western Technical College being a nurse's assistant in 2012. I completed the course and passed my written and practical exams. After passing my exam, I accepted a job at a nursing home, and there, I discovered something about myself; the passion I have for helping others who are in need of help. Growing up, I saw how hard it has been for my parents to…

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    right after finishing twelve years of it. The second, as I got older I realized there is not much in the world if you don’t have a degree. Right out of High School I did a six week Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certificate course. I had spent a lot of time volunteering at hospitals and working in a nursing home and although I loved being able to help I wanted more. With my certificate I was able to love and…

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    For what did I need that education? Or better yet, why do I want it? As Roger H. Garrison writes in his article, “Why am I in College?” “It is a difficult question.” (Garrison, p.285) At that point in my life, I knew I wanted to pursue a career in nursing. I also knew that I needed an education in order to achieve my end goal. Like Garrison, school had never come easy for me. I was always the one that ended up with the “C” on my paper or worse, no matter how hard I studied the weeks leading up…

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    On the other hand Physical therapy is used to redevelop her strength for transfers, balance, wheelchair mobility, and gait training. Recreational therapy is done to address her leisure activities to decrease her anxiety. Rehabilitation nursing is used to address her bowel and bladder training, teach her bathing, toileting, and how to dress herself as well skin care. Bowel reprogramming was done for neurogenic bowel and rectal toning. In addition the Foley catheter was ordered to improve…

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    The most common question any college student is asked: why did you choose this career path? Generally, the answer is different for every student. The average nursing student will tell you a happy story that lead up to where they are today, however I’m not an average nursing student. From the beginning, everyone saw me as the happy, energetic neighborhood girl. I was homeschooled, made friends easily, and never had a hateful word to say. To me, I had everything I could ask for: great family,…

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    offered nursing classes as a junior, and my mentor at the time was really pushing me to pursue nursing. I guess looking back at it, she was my first herald; prior to nursing, I was going to pursue teaching. I cannot imagine what my journey as a teacher would have looked like, but I do not think it would have been the adventure that nursing has been for me. Deciding to take my mentor’s advice, and the advice of my mother, I took the nursing classes. During that very first certified nursing…

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    The Undesired Outcome A. Nursing Sensitive Indicators Nursing sensitive indicators (NSI) were identified in the 1990’s by the American Nurses Association (ANA) as a way to link patient outcomes to nurse staffing (Montalvo, 2007). NSI established indicators to focus on and to provide a means to evaluate the care given by nursing staff (Nursing sensitive indicators, 2013). The patient scenario might have ended differently if the NSI had been adhered to and utilized. NSI’s have shown if a certain…

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