Nursing board certification

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  • First State Nurses: A Case Study

    As per the Texas Nursing Association’s (TNA) web site, the TNA’s is a professional organization of the that represents nurses in the State of Texas and it’s stated purpose is to advance the profession of nursing in the areas of education, nursing development and political advocacy. The TNA was formed in 1907 in Fort Worth Texas, and was then named the Texas Graduate Nursing Association (TGNA). With the advocacy of the TGNA the first State Nurses’ Registration Act, which instituted the Board of Nursing Examiners for the State of Texas. In 01964 the TGNA changed its name to the (TNA). In 2007 the TNA celebrated 100 years of representing and advocacy for Texas Nurses. The umbrella organization like the TNA represents all nurses regardless…

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  • Registered Nurse

    Exploring the World of Nursing The world is full of many different occupations and each job has its perks either good or bad. Just like Art Williams once said, “I’m not telling you it’s going to be easy. I’m telling you it’s going to be worth it”. In an area of the medical field, being a registered nurse is worth it. A registered nurse has the task to help people every day to become healthy, happy and strong. They use their own time meaning they really want to take part of someone’s lives. A…

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  • Personal Narrative: I Will Make Me Successful In Davenport's Nursing Program

    Successful in Davenport’s Nursing Program? Throughout my life, many factors have changed, but the one thing that has always remained the same, is the passion I have for helping people. When I was five years old, I saw my Aunt undergo chemotherapy, and I witnessed the impact that the nurse had on her. By the same token, I was astonished at how similar I was to the nurse. That was the groundbreaking moment, when I knew that I needed to be a nurse. Fast-forward fifteen years, and once again, I…

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  • Leadership Clinical Journal: Clinical Leadership

    Leadership Clinical Journal Mykenzie Stegeman Century College Introduction The author of this paper participated in two, eight-hour nursing leadership clinical rotations at Bethesda Hospital in St. Paul, MN. In this paper, the author will analyze leadership concepts related to the clinical experience and how she can strive to become the best professional nurse leader she can be. Self-analysis Values and beliefs of the author include, organization, timeliness, accuracy, good…

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  • Nursing Leadership Qualities

    The role of a registered nurse is multifaceted. At the core of nursing is the mission of safe patient centered care and it is each and every nurse 's purpose to maintain and carry out this mission. This also means that each and every nurse is a leader. Registered nurses are responsible for the care coordination and safety of all of his or her patients and those of the rest of his or her team. Registered nurses assign practical nurses and unlicensed assistive personnel duties that help to ensure…

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  • Role Of Women In The Movie Wit

    other healthcare professionals responsible for Ms. Bearing’s care. A direct example of this is after Ms. Bearing’s passing. Susie expresses Ms. Bearing’s desire to not be resuscitated when her heart stops. Although there was an attempt made to resuscitate after the initial recognition of death. Susie, being aware of Ms. Bearing’s desire to not revive if the situation occurred, halted those actions, which is a direct example of patient advocacy. This idea of patient advocacy has become a trend in…

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  • Spring Valley Hospital Medical Center Case Study

    2003 as a for-profit hospital. It was the first acute care hospital in Southwest Las Vegas. The hospital is a 293-bed hospital which offers all private rooms and a wide range of different medical services. Spring Valley Hospital is owned and operated by Universal Health Services Inc. The Emergency Department is a 40-bed unit and has 8 psychiatric beds. (Spring Valley Hospital, 2016) It was noted that Emergency Department Registered Nurses were not using the orange protective caps on every…

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  • Essay On Being A Registered Nurse

    Receiving the right healthcare is a priority for most people when it comes to themselves or their family. Many are not only seeking for the proper care but also understandable and caring people. When they are sick, they are expecting the best in the health industry to help them get well. Some of the duties as a registered nurse (RN) are to evaluating patients, record patients symptoms, help doctors examine, dress wounds, educate patient on self care or healthy habits, and laboratory work. The…

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  • A Registered Nurse

    registered nurses can work in many different places. They have the opportunity to work in hospitals, doctors’ offices, nursing homes, schools, clinics, or they can serve in the military. Nurses can travel to patients’ homes as well. In addition, registered nurses have many duties and responsibilities. For instance, they have to keep accurate records of patients’ health conditions. Nurses have to give…

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  • Essay On Coaching A Nurse

    leader, it is expected that you are the change agent. Steanncyk, Hancock, & Meadows (2013) explains that the person that will be the change agent serves a dual role as the one who influences change themselves and the one who has the ability to transform others. Assessing Strengths A nurse at my facility, John (name changed to protect identity), has been a Registered Nurse (RN) for twenty-five years. His attendance, punctuality, and dependability was the most exemplary among the staff. He had a…

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