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Common Problems With Breastfeeding
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Common Problems With Breastfeeding

Many people have a misunderstanding that breastfeeding comes natural; the misconceptions that all a mother has to do is put her baby at her breast and call it good. In the past, little girls grew up...

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Ethics in End-Stage Cancer

Hope you enjoy this paper. It was assigned to me for my concept paper and I have yet to actually turn it in, its due this Thursday. This was a very interesting paper for me to write. Thank you for...

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Why Are We Here

what makes us a nurse: sometimes becoming a nurse is the dream of a lifetime born perhaps in childhood on seeing the competent care given loved one or perhaps themselves. care that struck a cord...

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A Nurses Role in Health Care Reform
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A Nurses Role in Health Care Reform

Although I have not given much thought for whom I will be voting, there is one topic that is on all the candidates minds; healthcare. This is usually a very popular topic every election. Being a...

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Something of Value

I have always wanted to enter an essay contest, but have the unfortunate dilemma of having nothing to say. But should that stop me? How much of life is occupied by the vain pursuit of...

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We are all made of stars

This is a paper I wrote a while ago for my Fundamentals class that I am really proud of and wanted to share. "What's wrong with death sir? What are we so mortally afraid of? Why can't we...

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Pediatric Burn Case

As a student nurse, I was assigned an 18 month old burned boy. My instructor thought that the extra care and attention might be helpful to getting fluids and the like into him. This was in the 60's...

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Family-Focused Care in Adult Critical Care
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Family-Focused Care in Adult Critical Care

The Move Towards Open Visitation - This paper explores the issues surrounding family-focused care and open visitation in the adult critical care environment and is divided into three sections. The...

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Case Managing the Homeless and the Role of Community Health Workers

Section I. Introduction This paper describes the case management process in providing Health Care for the Homeless (HCH). Brief introduction to homelessness in the United States and the...

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Staff development and funding

Abstract This paper will discuss the wide range of duties found in staff development and nursing education departments, and the importance of funding these activities. Review of articles...

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Caring Point
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Caring Point

You could tell like it was in projectile motion. It was not music to my ears; it was dreadful. It was so loud that you could hear it from the other room, or at the end of the hall way. I felt...

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Healing Wounds and Souls

(author's note: This article was printed on our College Newspaper in Bulacan, Philippines. My school is Bulacan State University Collge of Nursing.) February 8, 2007. This is the first time I saw...

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Don't Blame the Nurse : Fix the System
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Don't Blame the Nurse : Fix the System

The allnurses.com discussion forum cites numerous first-hand stories of how nurses have blamed themselves, or have been blamed by hospital administrators, for dangerous and sometimes fatal medical...

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Mental health in developing countries

I grew up in a small village in South Asia where many people don't have access to basic healthcare. On top of that mental health is such an issue that nobody seeks help for. If someone is mentally...

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The Power of Ethical Wills

Using Words That Heal The document he held in his hand read like a lawyer had charged him for more than time and effort. It was the beginning of healing and such benefits would be priceless....

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Defining Delegation: Managing Others
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Defining Delegation: Managing Others

Every nurse is a manager. Nurses manage patient care, their own time and each other. Managing others is called "delegation" and is defined by the Nurse Practice Act of the state in which the nurse...

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The Good Doctor: What Hospice Has Taught Me

At a casual gathering the question inevitably arises. “Where do you work?” I always hesitate to reply, knowing that my answer will most likely hang over the conversation like a slightly unpleasant...

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Is Peak Flow Monitoring a Necessary Component of Pediatric Asthma Management?

Asthma is the most common chronic condition of childhood (Burkhart, Rayens, Oakley, Abshire, and Zhang, 2007; Burkhart, Rayens, Revelette, and Ohlmann, 2007) and one of the major causes of school...

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Taking the person but leaving the body behind

My grandfather was a brilliant man. Many children may say that they want to be a firefighter or an astronaut when they grow up, but not very many of them live up to their young statements. My...

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Health Care Relief - The Best Kept Secret

Just what is being done to support our nurses in the workplace? Is there something more to the story that we are not hearing? While attention has been focused on problems associated with the...

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