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Papers On Nursing : Birth Through Death
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Nursing Beliefs & Ethics
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A 6 page research paper/essay that discusses nursing ethics, the factors that influence the development of personal and professional ethics and how they apply to clinical practice. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khbeleth.rtf

Nursing Budgeting
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A 5 page paper discussing some of the realities that involve the nursing industry today in relationship to budgeting a nursing unit. Nurses are gaining more responsibility in many various areas of the health care industry and the budgeting of nursing care is just one of the new responsibilities being administered to nurses within their unique units. Each nurse has the capability to understand the needs of the unit in a very specialized way and as such they are becoming the individuals whose ideas are essential to the budgeting aspect of their particular brand of health care. A definition of the various terms used in budgeting is included, followed by a brief scenario which illustrates the budget breakdown of a particular nursing unit. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RAnurse.wps

Nursing Burnout
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A 3 page research paper that discusses nursing burnout. The writer first discusses the causes and symptoms of nursing burnout and then possible remedies. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khbrnout.rtf

Nursing Burnout/A Literature Review
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A 6 page literature review that addresses research on the problem of nursing stress/burnout. The writer first defines these factors and offers definitions drawn from literature, then proposes that research will be explored in order to determine factors that contribute to stress and/or burnout among nurses. Five studies are summarized and recommendations are offered. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: khlrbrn.rtf

Nursing Burnout: How Duties Play A Role
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5 pages in length. There exists an inherent connection between those who enter the nursing field and their desire to help others. They discover that the best way to make a difference in someone's life is to be there in their most desperate of times. This is why nursing is such a tremendously rewarding career: just by offering a piece of oneself, an individual can make a lasting impression, while at the same time assisting in a person's recuperation. However, as uplifting as this field may be, there is a significant downside in that a high percentage of nurses become burned out after considerable time in and around a health care facility. The writer discusses how intensive care and neonatal nurses are more prone to burnout than their counterparts. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCnurse.doc

Nursing Care Case Scenario
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7 pages. This paper is a nursing care case scenario on the impact that a nurse could possibly undergo when changing the health care facility or environment in which she or he works. Also considered are the affects on other health care stakeholders with whom the nurse worked. This is based on a five-year time span and several different job environments. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JGAnrcse.wps

Nursing Care for Hypertension
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This 4 page paper provides an overview of the problem of hypertension and considers whether weight control is a good treatment. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MHHyperWeigh.rtf

Nursing Care of Terminally Ill
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A 4 page research paper that addresses nursing care for the terminally ill. While palliative care is important in nursing the terminally ill, it does not address all of the needs of these patients. In addition to tending to physiological needs, such as pain control, nurses are also responsible for addressing the communicative, emotional and social needs of dying patients and their families. As this suggests, nursing care in regards to terminally ill patients encompasses a broad and demanding scope of responsibilities. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khkrnurd.rtf


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