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    Becoming A Nurse

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    feel,” is something for a person to ponder while they are on the journey to becoming a nurse (Angelou,2015). For someone whom wishes to become a nurse must realize that they are taking on a lifelong dedication to the service of others. Nurses are thought of in the same category as a physician or priest (Osler, 2015), and being the “heart of healthcare” (Donna Wilk Cardillo). The role of a nurse is to be the best nurse they can possibly be in any situation in every way. They are a walking poster…

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    Professional Nurse

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    wide range of options and endless avenues that a nurse can pursue. Regardless, of what nursing specialty one has chosen, it is not only the physical aspect of the patient that we heal but also includes the emotional, psychological, spiritual and even the patient’s support system such as their friends and families. This is what I think is unique about the nursing profession. One can be a staff nurse, a nurse manager, nurse educator, case manager, nurse practitioner etc. we all need to take care…

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    Nurse Burnout

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    Nurse Burnout and the effects on Patient Care. When an individual becomes a nurse, beforehand they are aware of the job demand before entering the career, however, they are not aware that these demands could possibly lead to what is called Nurse Burnout. Its reported that 24 percent of emergency room nurses are at high risk for burn out (Wilkinson,2014). Nurse burnout is defined as “a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced personal accomplishment” (Vahey 2004). As…

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    Nurse Safety

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    Nurse Safety According to Fink (2013), nursing is one of the riskiest occupations in America today. In 2010, approximately 654,000 healthcare professionals were injured in the workplace, with these injuries primarily afflicting nurses (Fink, 2013). Nurses provide the majority of a patient’s healthcare, but are still underappreciated. These professionals work long rigorous shifts that take a toll on their body and may impact patient’s safety. Nurse safety is vital for the hospital to insure…

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    Nurse Practitioners

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    Nurse Practitioner in Nursing Home Nurse Practitioners are registered nurses who provide a wide range of preventive and acute health care services to individuals of all ages. They develop their skills through advanced education and clinical training and work autonomously or in collaboration with other health care professionals. Nurse practitioners play an integral role in nursing homes. In the current health care system there is an increase focus on the role of nurse…

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    Registered Nurse

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    What is it like to be a Registered Nurse? *flat line deeps* “CODE BLUE! CODE BLUE!” shrieks one of the by-passing nurses in the hallway as a cluster of medical staff rush through the patients’ door. Looking into the medical field not only are the doctors the “super heroes” of the hospital registered nurses also play a significant role in health care settings by assisting in providing quality care to any and all patients in the hospital and the community. While preparing for a successful future…

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    Registered Nurses

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    The notion of a nurse with no medical skills would alarm us today. This was the case with nursing in the past. There was no recognized or proper training. The women only had their own form of knowledge about nursing that came from a family member or neighbor past down to her. She then was sent out to provide care for the sick or wounded, just off the experience that had. In this period registered nurse was not a word used to define a nurse. That description was given predominantly to women who…

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    Role Of A Nurse

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    His or her job as a nurse is to determine what is best for their patients. This would seem to be a doctor’s position, as it very much is, but often doctors unintentionally view patients as a medical chart with numbers and information, rather than a person with a family. Nurses spend the most amount of time with their patients; thus, they learn what makes a patient laugh or cry, and they understand…

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    Nurse Retention

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    factor contributing to the shortage is because nurses are leaving to developed countries for higher salary and compensations. According to Auerbach, Buerhaus & Straiger (2007), in order to stabilize nursing workforce the healthcare organization need to have a proper recruitment and retention program. There is no doubt that by hiring nurses will be a solution to the problem but then it is only for short term measures. The best strategy is to retain the nurses as the main objective of any…

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    Registered Nurse

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    A Registered nurse is a professional in the field of nursing who has several roles when it comes to offering medical care. A registered nurse coordinates and delivers patient care gives guidance and counseling to patients and the public on different medical conditions and they also provide emotional care to their patients (bureau of labor statistics). The essay talks about the nature and features of the job. The list of responsibilities and challenges encountered by a registered nurse. The…

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