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    through the nursing clinicals, I found that nurses play a big role in all departments of the hospital including surgery, rehab, and labor and delivery. One of the departments where nurses play a big role is surgery. Yes, surgeons are the ones that actually do the surgery, but they are not the only people in the room. As stated by FORTIS College, there are three main positions for surgical nurses: scrub…

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    Competency In Nursing

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    in which to work (Franklin, 2015; Tzeng, 2004). To navigate through these complexities, while ensuring the delivery of high quality patient care, nurses are encouraged to increase their skills and knowledge base (Franklin, 2015). Continued competency in nursing is a topic of interest to regulatory bodies, health care administrators, educators, and nurses (Wilkinson, 2013). Despite the importance of this topic, there is a lack of consensus establishing the measurement and the maintenance of…

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    This collaborative approach allows the patient and family to feel the on-coming nurse is getting all the necessary information, thus allowing for patient and family participation and while the nurses are assessing the patient together it can be used as an opportunity for the nurses learn and educate one another (Trossman, 2009 & Alvin, 2010). A3a. Reference List Butao, R., Reyes, L. J., Azrak, B., Balkin, J., De Jesus, F. M., Listowsky, L., & Laine, R. (2010). Hitting Two Birds With One…

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    Intuition In Nursing

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    many factors that contribute to the decisions that are made as part of nursing clinical practice. Different types of knowledge are a large part of why novice nurses make the decisions they do. But there is something deep down inside that is really inexplicable, some say even impossible that is part of decision making too. Intuition, that urge to act a certain way without really knowing why, is an important part of why nurses, even the newest ones do the things they do. Robert, Tilley, and…

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    The Ash Garden Analysis

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    Silence, like cancer grows, and can infect all happiness of a character if it takes a hold of them. In Dennis Brocks Novel the Ash garden Emiko and Anton’s happiness is blown away in an instant as a bomb fell from the sky. Emiko and Anton’s pursuit of happiness is compromised through their isolation and unless they connect with each other then they will never move on to the path of self-discovery. Both of them compromise their happiness through their atrocities they witnessed, the silence that…

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    (Taylor, 2011). Nurses play an important role in the healthcare setting which is to maintain the nursing code of ethics, along with being an advocate for their patients and resolving ethical dilemmas. Also, in order to promote great patient care, nurses have to be an advocate for their patients especially the patients that are not able to speak or see. The evidence based article that I found on the internet represents…

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    My first week of clinical went really well I spent the first day learning the work flow of the unit and practicing assessments with my nurse and learn about all the different disorders and surgeries of our patients. My nurse Ben was really great he was very knowledgeable and through. I was luck enough to meet my patient the day before and establish a good rapport with her while helping Ben take care of her. She was a 52-year-old patient who had a history of multiple surgeries and current…

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    expertise”. Nurses use evidence-based practice to improve and transform healthcare, by reforming care so that is more effective, safe, and efficient. The goal of most research utilization and evidence-based practice is to improve care delivery or client outcomes. Evaluation of evidence-based practice Bennett (2009) states that there are five key steps in the evidence-based process that include: “(1) formulation of a clinical question; (2) gathering the best evidence to answer the clinical…

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    Bone Fracture Case Study

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    Abstract Caitlyn Jenner a 65 year old female patient fell down a marble staircase and hit the left side of her skull twice when she was rushed into the emergency room. After radiographic images were taken and a skull series was performed it was evident that the patient had an open communited depressed fracture of the left temporal bone. Other radiological modalities were utilized in diagnosing the type and severity of her fracture. After diagnosis was made apparent then the appropriate…

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    The purpose of this concept analysis is to analyze the concept of stress in relation to clinical nursing practice. This concept analysis was conducted on the basis of the Walker and Avant method. This approach includes the following steps: • Select a concept. • Determine the aims or purpose of the analysis. • Identify all uses of the concept. • Determine defining attributes. • Identify a model case. • Identify a borderline, related, contrary, invented, and illegitimate case. • Identify…

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