April 5, 2017

Dementia and Older Adults

Cognition is the cornerstone of life for older adults, whether they are in a long-term care setting, acute care setting or in a community setting. With the amplified expectancy of life among older adults, the prevalence of chronic and progressive diseases has reached its maximum. One of these progressive and […]
April 5, 2017

Use of Restraints: Ethical or Unethical

Use of Restraints: Ethical or Unethical Nursing practice revolves around patients’ care, wellbeing, safety, non-pharmacological interventions, and nursing outcomes. Many times the nursing care of clients places the nurse on a path which is further divided into two diverse pathways, quite in opposite directions. This bifurcation of nursing intervention makes […]
April 5, 2017

The Human Becoming Theory: The Quality of Life

The main focus of all nursing interventions is to improve the quality of life among patients who are suffering from diseases. Unfortunately, the predominance of the biomedical model has restricted healthcare providers’ approach to a mechanistic model. Human beings are considered machines and treatments are done to fix the faulty […]
April 5, 2017

Human Experience of Chronic Health Challenges

Everyday, new findings of medical science research emerge on the horizon, which ultimately have the effect of increasing life expectancy among people. Yet, unexpected events in life arise, leading to lifelong illness for which medical science has not yet discovered any effective treatment. One of the most severe examples of […]
April 5, 2017

Transition from Partners to Parents

Transition to parenthood is one of the greatest milestones in an individual’s life. Not a single event brings as many responsibilities and changes as this one. Transition from partners to parents is the utmost salient makers of maturity and development in adults (Katz-Wise, Priess, and Hyde, 2010). It is important […]
February 6, 2017

Causes of Mortality in Patients with Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a rare illness affecting approximately 1% of the population (Lumby, 2007). Women are usually diagnosed in mid thirties, whereas men in mid twenties (Pack, 2008). According to a study by Roberson (2009), 1% of the affected individuals experience symptoms before the age of 13 and 4% experience symptoms prior to […]
January 6, 2017

The Nursing Shortage

Nursing staff are the foundation of any healthcare system. History is a witness that nursing profession has been facing many problems since World War II. The shortage of the nursing staff is one of the biggest problems (Rivers, Tsai, & Munchus, 2005). The shortage of the skilled and educated nurses […]
January 6, 2017

Case Study Diabetes

Effect of Insulin on the Body The hormone insulin is responsible to make glucose available in our body cells for metabolism. In case of absence or the resistance against insulin by our cells, the glucose level in our body starts to rise. More and more glucose fabricates in the blood […]
January 6, 2017

Tracheostomy and Communication

Effective communication is an important aspect of nursing care to explore patients’ feelings and meet their physical, social, and psychological needs. Clients, who have tracheostomy tubes installed for drainage suction or other medical purposes, always find it difficult to express their needs; nevertheless, these procedures place healthcare professionals in a […]
January 6, 2017

Health and Healing: Community as Partner

Improving a Community’s Quality of Life: The Jane and Finch Locale The nursing profession revolves around the nursing process, which provides a gradual facilitation of not only of individual health but also that of communities. All the elements of the nursing process, which includes the assessment of needs, planning, interventions, […]
January 6, 2017

Inadequate Pain Assessment: Barrier to Communication

Nursing assessment is an integral part of nursing process, which leads to accurate diagnosis and appropriate nursing interventions for the clients. On the other hand, inadequate pain assessment, which is completely a subjective experience, may lead to negative consequences for the patient as well as for the healthcare team (Tschoeke, […]
January 6, 2017

Call and Response

Development of a healthy nation depends on numerous factors, such as the literacy rate, healthcare system, community’s trend towards healthy activities, and need for seeking health teachings. The role of knowledgeable nurses cannot be denied in this respect. Nurses work as teachers, healthcare counselors, administrators, research scientists, and as primary […]

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