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    Nurse Bullying

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    I personally was bullied by a nurse. She felt that new graduate nurses did not belong in the Intensive Care Unit. I continued on my course and did not allow they nurse to fluster me. While this approach is not as effective, I felt it better than direct confrontation. Eventually, that nurse was asked to leave on the grounds of professionalism. Nurse hierarchy and ability to criticize new nurses work are factors that affect horizontal nurse bullying (Granstra, 2015). Regrettably, these…

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    Becoming A Nurse

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    Challenges of working and studying to become a nurse! Getting to understand what the field is truly about and some sacrifices you must be willing to make. Also being able to balance studies classes. There are challenges for me being at home and having kids at home to take care of. This is big issues due to most people hate having these around them. It has given me issues in many ways. Long working hours are issue in some ways. Like having to spend all day working on your feet with no rest and be…

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    Nurse Role

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    Role of a nurse in today's health care environment and how I envision myself embodying those roles Caregiver, decision maker, communicator, manager of care, patient advocate, and teacher are just a few of the roles a nurse plays in healthcare. In today’s health care environment, a nurse has to juggle various roles and can be referred to as the heart of healthcare, and I envision myself embodying these roles because they are all equally important in delivering 100% patient satisfaction.…

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    The Nurse Workforce

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    Nurse Workforce The current nurse workforce has been a concern not only for the nursing profession but also of the various interested parties and levels of government as well (Fox & Abramason, 2009). It should be noted however, that the nursing shortage is not new to the profession. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that the nursing shortage “has the potential to deepen in the coming years” (Buchnan & Aiken, 2008, p. 3263). Some research studies have shown that the shortage would…

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    Nurse Characteristics

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    the standpoint of physical health but their entire wellbeing, encompassing spirituality, mental, and financial health. This is the time a nurse can utilize his or her skills to support that patient not only addressing their physiological needs…

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    Nurse Anesthetists

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    health care occupations, the growth in job opportunities will continue to occur for nurse anesthetists. For example, the growth rate for APRNs like nurse anesthetists is predicted to grow 31% from 2012 to 2022. “Several factors, including health care legislation and the resulting newly insured, an increased emphasis on preventative care, and the large, aging baby-boom population will contribute to this demand” (“Nurse”). Bureau of Labor Statistics expect the amount of population who have access…

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    Nurse Handwashing

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    Since nurse step on the floor the main activity is patient safety and number one priority. Nurse attentiveness at the bedside is for the patient’s safety and in many cases, averts predictable and unpredictable conditions (Nikitas, Middaugh, & Aries, 2016, p.141) or in other hand places patient at risk. The fundamental way to protect patients is consistent hand washing that may prevent nosocomial transmitted infections from direct contact and deliver safe patient care. Following policy and…

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    Pediatric Nurse

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    it is often a stressful situation not only for the child, but for their family members and friends as well. In order to create a less stressful environment, nurses must implement proper quality and care to prevent any further potential risk that may harm or prolong the patients time in the hospital. In order to achieve this goal pediatric nurses should increase the amount of effective communication and teachings with the child and parents, as well as communication with other colleagues and…

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    A Career For A Nurse

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    may ask, what kind of nurse are you? For some nurses the answer is clear, for others that answer may not be quite so simple. There are those who will go their entire career without truly knowing or finding out what they truly want to do. You will have nurses that will always want to continue to grow and develop in their role, always aspiring to follow paths to help them grow and you will have others that will stay in the same positon for their entire career. One thing all nurses have in common…

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    Nurses want to be appreciated, acknowledged for their work. A health system may provide a recognition program. If it is not meaningful, it can be offensive, degrading and dishonoring. As members of the Combined Shared Decision Making Council, each council is charged with conducting a nurse-led research study. The research priority for the Recognition Council established on the work plan was to evaluate the impact of nurse recognition programs on nurse retention. The questions asked: did the…

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