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Papers On Nursing : Birth Through Death
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Elderly Patients/Loss of Independence
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A 10 page research paper that investigates this topic. While safety is a consideration for all patients, it is a particularly intense consideration in regards to when an elderly patient is hospitalized. Elderly patients who have previously been active can resist the loss of their independence and have trouble accepting a new reduced level of activity while hospitalized. Furthermore, an elderly patient may become confused in new surroundings and this may acerbate the tendency to wander or try to maintain their usual degree of independence. This can be inherently dangerous. An elderly patient who attempts to climb out of hospital bed with the bed rails raised can become entrapped and injured. They can fall while trying to get to the bathroom and falls for the elderly can be potentially fatal. This literature review looks at the factors that can impact how elderly patient adjust to a loss of independence. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: kheploi.rtf

Elderly/Physical Changes & Dependency
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A 5 page research paper that examines the dependency needs of the elderly from a nursing perspective. The natural decline in abilities as one ages can cause increased dependency needs, which can threaten an elderly individual's sense of identity and his or her connections with others and the greater outside world. However, literature on this topic shows that there are numerous nursing interventions and strategies that can help to lessen dependency issues. Also, the literature suggests that this is an area of nursing care that needs to be explored further in order for nurses to evaluate their own contributions to encouraging "learned" dependent behaviors. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Elective Cesarean Section
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A 6 page research/reaction paper to the issue of whether or not the medical community should encourage elective cesarean section, which is becoming an increasingly popular choice for busy working women. The writer looks at the various issues involved in this debate. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: khecsec.rtf

Electroconvulsive ("Shock") Therapy
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A 12 page paper that considers the topic of ECT in terms of nursing over the past 5 decades. This paper provides an overview of the literature which suggests the changing perceptions of ECT and the increasing use of it in recent years as a specific element of individualized treatment. Bibliography lists 17 sources.
Filename: Electro.wps

Electronic Data Security’s Impact on Nursing
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An 8 page paper discussing how the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996 might affect nurses’ approach to their jobs. There is no question that HIPAA will change the way that nurses work. The only question at present is how it will change work processes and work flows. It appears to have ability only to complicate nurses’ already-full days. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KSnursHIPAAnurs.rtf

Elements of Psychiatric Nursing Practice
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A 4 page research paper that draws on the nursing model of Hildegarde Peplau, as she is acknowledged to be one of nursing's leading theorists, as she was one of the first to emphasize the importance of the nurse/patient relationship. Peplau's model specifies three phrases in this relationship: orientation (meeting the patient, establishing a relationship), exploitation (the patient takes advantage of the nurse's expertise) and termination (discharge plan is initiated). When Peplau formulated her model of psychiatric nursing, Interpersonal Relations in Nursing, the routines of mental institutes tended to reinforce illness (Sills, 1999). Peplau taught nurses to nurture mental health, to conduct research and seek methods for interrupting the illness maintenance systems (Sills, 1999). This examination of psychiatric nursing practice looks briefly at research literature in order to demonstrate how Peplau's model remains applicable today. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khelepep.rtf

Emergency Nurses Association
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A 4 page research paper that offers an in-depth look at this nursing organization. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: khena.rtf

Emergency Response Disaster Management
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A 20 page paper discussing issues surrounding emergency response as it relates to disaster management. The paper discusses emergency response resulting from the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, but it also discusses events such as Hurricane Fran in 1996, centering on the coast of North Carolina where the category 3 storm made landfall. The key to effective emergency response - excluding the training that can be seen as being a constant value – lies in the quality of communication between diverse teams and agencies responding to the event that has generated a crisis. The purpose here is to address two primary questions: “Are emergency responders equipped to communicate with others outside of their departments in time of crisis? [and] What are strategies to improve communications?” The paper concludes that emergency response in urban areas is highly effective, but that the same efforts in rural areas can be hindered by communication deficiencies. Bibliography lists 11 sources. A companion 16-slide Power Point presentation is available.
Filename: KSnursEmerResp.rtf


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