identify a local, state, or federal healthcare issue that affects the nursing profession. These issues can be from newspaper articles, publications from ANA, PSNA, AJN, Nursing2019/2020 & other RN magazines. Identify the individual who is to receive your letter. You can learn who your state & local legislators are by calling the county office or… Continue reading Identify yourself as a student nurse & state why your entry into the profession of Nursing makes this a significant issue for you.
APA format 1) Minimum 23 pages (No word count per page)- Follow the 3 x 3 rule: minimum of three paragraphs per page You must strictly comply with the number of paragraphs requested per page. The number of words in each paragraph should be similar Part 1: minimum 4 pages (24 hours) Part 2: minimum… Continue reading Identify your answer with the numbers, according to the question.
Student 1: Judy What medications are considered first-line best practices for treating anxiety? How long can they expect these medications to take full effect? Alternative to use? Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are recommended as a first-line treatment for anxiety disorders (Bandelow et al., 2017). They increase serotonin levels by blocking the serotonin transporter (SERT)… Continue reading What medications are considered first-line best practices for treating anxiety?
Identify a current research problem related to advanced nursing practice that is of interest to you. Include WHY this is a problem. (Limit response to no more than 3 sentences). Develop a research question to provide information about the research problem. Based on your research question, do you believe it will best be answered by… Continue reading Briefly, describe the design of the study and explain why you think it is either appropriate or inappropriate to meet the purpose.
Ã— NURS 5051/NURS 6051: Transforming Nursing and Healthcare Through Technology Back to Course Home Course Calendar Syllabus Course Information Resource List Support, Guidelines, and Policies Module 1 Module 2 Module 3 Module 4 Module 5 Module 6 Photo Credit: Getty Images/Science Photo Libra Module 1: What Is Informatics? (Weeks 1-2) Walden University, LLC. (Producer). (2018).… Continue reading Define and explain nursing informatics and highlight the role of a nurse leader as a knowledge worker.
As we all know, pain and pain management are becoming a major issue in our society, as providers, how can we help our patients and maintain the integrity/legal aspects of our profession? This is a discussion post, Needs to be: APA 7th edition 250 words with citations. 2 scholarly Reference within the last 5 years… Continue reading As we all know, pain and pain management are becoming a major issue in our society, as providers, how can we help our patients and maintain the integrity/legal aspects of our profession?
Goal: To assess a clinical issue that is the focus of the Quality Improvement Project. Create an outline of the action plan for the project. Content Requirements: Identify stakeholders that will be impacted by the quality improvement project. Identify and discussed resources including budget needed to implement the quality improvement project. Develop an action plan… Continue reading Identify and discussed resources including budget needed to implement the quality improvement project.
A 28 yo client sustained a TBI from an automobile accident and is in the ICU under your care. Discuss how the Glasgow Coma Scale is utilized in determining neurologic status and the nursing interventions related to prevention of further injury in the patient with brain injury.
Assignment Content In Wk 2, you proposed how you would build your own team. Now, your newly formed team is starting to work on its first real project that needs to have strong collaboration and a quick turnaround. However, your team has encountered the following challenges: One team member does not agree with the goal… Continue reading What conflict resolution strategies did you employ to encourage collaboration and build consensus within a team?
How can a nurse deal with patients who are making poor health choices even after the nurse has taught them against such choices?