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Stem Cell Research/A Position Paper
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A 9 page research paper that presents an overview of stem cell research that looks at possible benefits, but primarily focuses on the issues being debated and the biological realities involved, before arguing a stance regarding US guidelines on this topic, which favors loosening restrictions on this valuable line of research. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khstce3.rtf

Stem Cell Research: Ethics and Applications in Nursing
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A 10 page overview of stem cell research as it applies to nursing. This paper provides an overview of the controversy surrounding stem cell research then justifies the process under John Stewart Mill’s utilitarian theory. A review of the advances which have been made is provided as is an overview of current and potential applications of the procedure. Bibliography lists 15 sources.
Filename: PPnrsStm.rtf

Strategies/Role of Nurse Practitioner
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A 4 page research paper that discusses educational routes for becoming a nurse practitioner. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Stress in Nurse Management
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This 8 page paper delves into stress in respect to nursing and nurse management. Stress is discussed in general as well as how it factors into the managerial role. Stress in the nursing profession is also discussed at length. Solutions are suggested. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Stress in Nursing
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An 8 page paper defining stress, examining nursing literature addressing the problem and discussing implications for nursing. It is completely reasonable to attribute the continued shortage of nurses to recent increases in nursing burnout, at least in part. By definition, burnout results in part from having more to do than one person can hope to do well. The description aptly fits today’s nursing environment. It has long been said that the first step in correcting a problem is to acknowledge that it exists. Active awareness of the signs of detrimental stress is necessary for recognizing and rectifying problems that may exist at present or arise in the future. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KSnursStress.rtf

Stress in the Nursing Profession
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5 pages. Stress is likely to occur in almost any profession but when it comes to nursing there is a high probability that at some point there will be job-related stress or burnout. The nursing professional is subjected to many more situations that are likely to be stress producing. This paper describes how and why the nursing profession is so prone to stress and burnout. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: JAnurses.rtf

Stress, Coping & Meeting Family Needs in ICU
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A 14 page literature review. This examination of literature summarizes current variables in regards to the relationship of stress and coping to meeting the needs of families of traumatic brain injury patients in an intensive care unit (ICU). First of all a theoretical framework will be discussed, which is followed by a summation of current research, concluding with a summary of findings discerned from this literature review. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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A 9 page research paper that employs a specific patient scenario as the basis for an examination of stroke. Stan Smith (72) collapses on the way to a newsstand to get a paper and is brought by his wife to an emergency department (ED). The scenario gives his vital signs, which were taken 3 hours after Mr. Smith was admitted to the ED. The writer argues that this was far too long to wait before taking action on Mr. Smith's case and the importance of taking swift intervention in stroke cases is emphasized. Topics explored include stroke's epidemiology and risk factors; triage and care in emergency departments; and prevention, education and primary health strategies in regards to stroke. Additionally, the issue of complications after stroke are explored. Page count includes abstract. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: khstsc.rtf

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