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    Nurses Duty To Work

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    backbone are the nurses who work tirelessly to serve and comfort the patients who are in pain. The nurses make sure that the patients are taking the medications as advised by the doctor and also that they are feeling relaxed. Nurses face a number of problems too while doing their job. Sometimes the patients are aggressive or are unwilling to take the medicine that is given by the doctor and it is indeed their duty to take care of the patients who are unable to take care of themselves. Nurses…

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    Graduate Nurse Reflection

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    Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) revealed that 24.1% of responding nurses reported being verbally abused by a nurse colleague or a nurse manager”(Luparell, 2011, p. 92) nurses experience bullying, verbal abuse, negative body language, and many more from their colleagues, this kind of abuse is consider lateral Violence. Many nurses had experience this kind of treatment in different extend. I have heard many stories about new graduated nurses being demeaned by experienced nurse and I…

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    NURSE- CLIENT RELATIONSHIP This concept was taken from module 9 "ethics and nursing ethics”, sub topic 1"nurse-patient relationship". Nurse-client relationship can be defined as a cordial, meaningful, therapeutic and professional relationship that exist between the nurse and her client, sometimes including the relatives and significant others. Our patients all come from different works of life with varying backgrounds. To a few, the hospital represents a standard of luxury not previously…

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    Nurse Job Outlook

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    Terri Guillemets say “A nurse will alway gives us hope, an angel with a stethoscope.”. Nursing is a respectable career in the medical field. This paper will explore the job description, work environment, pay, and overall job outlook. The world need more nurses because healthcare is continual. According to The United States Department of Labor Bureau of Labor Statistics (Occupational Outlook Handbook) Nurses duties are to: record patients’ medical histories and symptoms, administer…

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    health outcomes for the patient. To be able to communicate effectively: respect, trust, empathy, genuineness and confidentiality are crucial elements. This relates to communication between the nurse and the patient regarding treatments and emotions, and the communication between the nurse…

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    Nurse Staffing Paper

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    Minnesota Nurses Association (MNA) has been encouraging hospital chief executive officers and/or administrators to set a baseline minimum staffing standard or create policy to protect patient safety (Minnesota Nurses Association, 2017). In 2010, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) implemented a new model of healthcare delivery and payment that was designed to improve quality and reduce costs, but as a result, cost control pressures have been put on nurse staffing levels in order to reduce nurse labor…

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    Summary: Nurse Burnout

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    many workers to think of moving out of their job and move to a better one. Nurses are having more work burnout imposed and are dissatisfied with their work because of the occurring nursing shortage. Aiken et al agrees with the nursing shortage is inputting more stress into the nurses who are still holding their job: “The shortage of hospital nurses may be linked to unrealistic nurse workload. Forty percent of hospital nurses have burnout levels that exceed the norms for health care workers” (1).…

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    Bullying Among Nurses

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    Multiple studies have shown that nurses are at higher risk of workplace violence and bullying. Lachman (2014) states that the majority of nurses enters the field with a strong interest in caring for patients and this can be demoralized by a hostile work environment. The article provided by Lachman (2014) states that 85% of nurses experience horizontal or lateral violence (p.56). Workplace violence or bullying can come from patients, families, fellow nurses, and management. There are countless…

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    Critical Care Nurse

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    The important role of Critical Care Nurse Nurses have been playing an important role in every aspect of healthcare. They are the ones closest to patients and every critical change would be reported from the nurse to doctor. Beside traditional staff nurse, nurses in the other departments help to contribute to the performance of patients as well. Intensive care nurse are those who specialize in providing the best and optimal care to critically ill and unstable patients. They usually work in the…

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    Nurse Jackie is a television show that has nursing as the main focus. Most importantly, the nurses in the show are not presented professionally and are seen in a negative perspective. The main character Jackie Peyton is not portrayed and seen professionally, she is dependent on drugs and also has sexual relationships with one of the pharmacist in the hospital. In the first episode, nurse Jackie cares for the patients by asking the doctor for help but he underestimates her and not take her words.…

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