Nursings Fundamental Patterns of Knowing
Running head: NURSINGS FUNDAMENTAL PATTERNS OF KNOWING1 Nurses play one of the most important roles in medicine because they assist physicians, patients and monitor numerous processes maintaining treatment and care. For this reason, they require obtaining numerous critical competences in this sphere.
The skill of nurse practitioner to timely and successfully detect and diagnose a particular disease or condition is one of the most critical requirements in medical practice. Obtaining such a skill may depend upon various factors, such as education, individual professional learning, evidence practice, etc.
Carbohydrate metabolism disorders constitute a significant proportion of general metabolic disorders. A part of them is symptomatic and secondary by occurrence, but some are separate diseases. Among endocrine pathology, diabetes ranks the first place with the frequency up to 50% of all endocrine glands diseases.
Gastroenteritis at a University in Texas
Upon hearing from the students, I would ask them few questions, First would be on when did they start experiencing these symptoms. It would help to determine the period in which the students had become ill.
Philosophy of Nursing and Drucker's Theory
Running head: PHILOSOPHY OF NURSING AND DRUCKERS THEORY 1 Leadership in nursing is a significant aspect because leaders are expected to guide employees, provide directions, and inspire change within the health care sector. Leaders in nursing follow different inspiration practices and guiding techniques in order to serve other individuals within the field.
Infectious Disease Case Study
Infectious diseases are caused by pathogenic microorganisms of different origin and have specific means of spread. Among the mechanisms of transfer of infections are the one via air, via touch contact, alimentary, sexual and other. Each of them leads to the contact with the source of infection and further insertion of the agent into a vulnerable organism.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse
Drugs and substance abuse is one of the major problems in the United States. A drug is a substance that can change or disrupt bodys normal functioning. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) (2016), a drug is also defined as a substance that is taken or administered to modify the individuals behavior for his/her benefits.
Sexual orientation is the classification based on individuals sexual attraction to a particular gender. There are different categories of sexual orientation, such as heterosexuality, homosexuality, bisexuality, and asexuality. While many people think that sexual orientation is a choice of an individual, scientific evidence suggests that a person is born with several orientations.
Liver cirrhosis is a disease that causes hardening of a part of the liver thus hindering its functions. In the body, liver is located in the right upper side of the abdomen. The liver can regenerate itself in case of lost or damaged part.
Pledging in Nursing: Florence Nightingale Pledge
The practice of having a particular profession obliges to take and follow a set of rules and principles that are common for that profession. The Nightingale pledge, which is considered as a form of the Hippocratic Oath, consists of the ethical principles that ought to be followed and adopted by all nurses (Miracle, 2009)
Family Health Assessment
To understand the health issues of patients, a family assessment is paramount. The assessment gives the care provider an understanding of the familys cultural, social, and economic issues, which determine the treatment that needs to be administered and the patients response to the treatment. In addition to family assessment, a nursing plan outlines the plan of action or care that the provider finds appropriate for treating the medical concerns identified during the assessment of the family
Description and Critical Reflection of Empiric Theory
Description and Critical Reflection of Empiric Theory. Practical implementation of certain plans and treatment schemes is very important for any nursing activities in order to evaluate the effectiveness of the proposed innovations. However, the theoretical basis for making any conclusions in the sphere of medicine and nursing is even more significant
Patient Medical History Case Srudy
The given paper intends to evaluate the medical history of the patient, provide a suppositional nursing diagnosis, and develop a teaching and nursing care plan for the patient.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Legalization of Marijuana in Canada
Advantages and Disadvantages of Legalization of Marijuana in Canada. Drugs is one of the most urgent and depressing problems in the world. Hundred millions of lives are shattered by these poisonous substances
How does it feel to be a woman in the contemporary world? Women have to combine their career with the family life and be successful in both. They need to meet the expectations of society in order to become its successful members. The expectations vary, depending on the particular culture women live in; sometimes they encourage women to become stronger, but sometimes they leave women in despair