Transition to Workplace In medical practice, transition to the workplace is seen as a rite of passage that nurses must go through. Essentially, the transition can either be seamless or be full of challenges. Numerous strategies can be utilized by nursing students to prepare them for transition to the workplace at a time when they
End of Life Care Funeral Ceremony Across the globe and in different cultures, a funeral ceremony is a way of paying respect to the loved ones who have passed away. The end life care and the burial process allows people to offer their loved ones a respectful farewell. Hospice facilities prepare families and friends for
Introduction             Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disorder that results in to build of sticky mucus in the digestive system and the lungs. Consequently, the condition causes infections in the lungs and difficulties in digesting food. Usually, the symptoms of the disorder vary from one child to another but a child’s condition worsens with time.
NUR 408 Final The majority of countries across the globe are striving to improve the health status of their populations. The attempts to improve the health and well-being of the people are supported by national and local policies and plans. Regrettably, health care systems are facing myriad problems with regard to equity. Equity seeks to
Professionalism and Social Media Use In my use of social media, I have identified some conversations and posts that I have shared with others that may be inappropriate based on professional nursing standards. At one time, I came into contact with a band singer that my friends and I adored after he had an accident
Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Deep Vein Thrombosis Comparison of the Pathophysiology of Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Deep Venous Thrombosis Chronic Venous Insufficiency is a blood disorder that reduces the quality of life as well as productivity. The disorder is usually caused by the backward flow or blockage of the venous blood, which eventually causes venous
Root Cause Analysis: Case Study In a nursing context, such as that in the case under review in this paper, sentinel events are adverse occurrences whose consequences include serious harm or deaths of patients in the care of a health service. These events occur independent of the condition of a patient and reflect deficiencies in
Executive Summary A newborn baby under the age of 28 days is prone to a considerable risk of dying. As such, it is significant for the infant to be breastfed appropriately. In addition, the best care should be provided during this period to increase the chances of survival and lay the basis for a healthy
Virginia Beach Community Assessment Health is a complex result of where people live, learn, and work as well as the lifestyle and behaviors that a given population has adopted. As such. assessment of the current health status of a given community is not only related to health data and its outcomes, but also to various
Evaluating the Evidence: Handwashing in Improving Patient Safety and Preventing HAIs Healthcare associated infections (HAIs), also known as nosocomial infections, are considered the most common and severe complications in the healthcare context. These are infections that occur in patients after 48 hours or more of admission to a healthcare facility, and were not present in