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Nurse Practitioners & Medical Doctors

.... Radcliffe (2000) reports that prior to the 1970s Doctors were considered superior to nurses and nurses did not cure patients. Interactions ....

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Roles of Medical Doctors & Nurse Practitioners

.... Radcliffe (2000) reports that prior to the 1970s Doctors were considered superior to nurses and nurses did not cure patients. Interactions ....

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Acceptance of Nurse Practitioners

.... 3. Salvage (2000) reported that nurses are demonstrating their ability to do some of the jobs that doctors do and patients are reporting greater satisfaction ....

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Advanced Nurse Practitioner

.... as a valuable resource both to the patients and to the doctors. .... Can nurses working in remote units accurately request and interpret radiographs .... Cox, CL (2000). ....

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Health Service Circular (HSC, 199)

.... as a valuable resource both to the patients and to the doctors. .... Can nurses working in remote units accurately request and interpret radiographs .... Cox, CL (2000). ....

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Knowledge of Ethical & Legal Issues for Nurses

.... for interdisciplinary ethics committees in their healthcare institution (Ramsey, 2000). .... nursing across the country so that nurses and doctors interact to ....

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Nursing Care in Terminal Situations

.... In particular, doctors and nurses are taught .... For example, Joy Ufema (2000) reported on care which extends past the patient's death to support the wounded ....

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Nurse Practitioners and Patient Care

.... Melnikow (2000) tracked follow-up family-planning clinical visits of women with .... This would tend to suggest that bedside manner of doctors or nurses is of ....

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Gender Diversity in the Nursing Workplace

.... body founded in Europe in the 1870s (Barton, 2000). .... those who are health-care professionals, ie, doctors. .... is reflected a presumption that nurses should perform ....

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Do not resuscitate Orders

.... members or others close to the patient (Ebrahim, 2000). .... Physicians, and nurses, may hesitate on the DNR issue .... Army Medical Center found that doctors were more ....

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The Medical Profession & Nursing

.... 3. Doctors are under no obligations to act on nurses .... Chiarella, M. Silence in court: where nurses are seldom heard. .... www.nmh.uts.edu.au/whatsnew/2000/silence.html ....

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Nursing as a Subset of Medicine

.... 3. Doctors are under no obligations to act on nurses .... Chiarella, M. Silence in court: where nurses are seldom heard. .... www.nmh.uts.edu.au/whatsnew/2000/silence.html ....

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Nursing Associations

.... in cognitive function, and damage to the nervous system (Martin and Haynes, 2000). .... imminent death or the death of their loved one - doctors, nurses, even God. ....

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The position of nurse practitioner

.... From 1996 through 2000 there was a decline in entry .... Ways must be found to encourage more nurses to become nurse practitioners, and more doctors to accept ....

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Legalization of Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia

.... 270-2. Nonnegotiable nature of the ANA Code for Nurses with interpretive .... Ufema, J. (2000, July .... 2). 2 doctors take controversial stand on feeding those near death ....

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Women's Health Care China

.... As the US Embassy in Beijing (2000) notes: “The low status of .... new, more market-drive approach has led some enterprising doctors and nurses to supplement ....

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Health Care Delivery System in 2005

.... 190-208) in Chapter 12, ôHealth Services Research: Health 2000, an Experiment .... with all local hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, doctors, nurses, social workers ....

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Euthanasia and Nursing Practice

.... care community on the other (Greve, 1994; Tammelleo, 2000). .... to be a daily occurrence for doctors who engage .... The position of nurses in end-of-life contexts is ....

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Patient Compliance with Medications

.... is grounded in effective communication, since nurses and not doctors are more .... can be traced to communication problems (eg, Melnikow, 2000; Chervinsky & ....

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Stress in Context of Pediatric Deaths

.... & Pakes, 2000). Depending on the role that a caregiver provides, the content of stress response may vary. For example, neonatal ICU nurses and doctors may ....

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Nursing Interventions to Prevent Complications

.... These complications, according to Lewis (2000) include: pneumonia .... dependent management processes in which nurses essentially work under doctors and follow ....

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FEMINISM AND NURSING

.... when a "health" story explained that doctors are not .... most humane and thoughtful care nurses are not .... York: Americana Corp Horowitz, D. (2000) "Rethinking Betty ....

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Children Coping With Surgery

.... However, nurses who have contact with such children may be .... done by the parents and doctors of presurgical .... LaMontagne, LL, Hepworth, JT, & Cohen, F. (2000). ....

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Asthma Patients

.... The nurses take call and have direct admitting and .... are safe but less productive than doctors, the studies .... Mundinger et al (2000) examined primary care outcomes ....

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Nursing and Written Policy Positions

.... Surveys of nurses have shown that family members often .... the presence of family members during CPR (AHA, 2000). This was the first time that doctors and other ....

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AIDS Policy of the Cuban Government NATURE OF AIDS AND ...

.... By the year 2000, it is conservatively estimated that a .... The sanatoriums offer high-quality, specialized care by doctors, nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists ....

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Nursing and Ethics & Law

.... for interdisciplinary ethics committees in their healthcare institution (Ramsey, 2000). .... nursing across the country so that nurses and doctors interact to ....

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Role of Nursing in the Healthcare Profession

.... Today, doctors are dwarfed by the number and variety of .... For nurses to qualify, they would have to have .... to Medicare and Medicaid patients (Organized, 2000, 3170 ....

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Changes in Healtcare

.... Today, doctors are dwarfed by the number and variety of .... For nurses to qualify, they would have to have .... to Medicare and Medicaid patients (Organized, 2000, 3170 ....

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Medical Technology & Health Care Costs Medical administrators will ...

.... on the MRI alone, a cost of approaching $5 billion in 1990 for some 5 million scans done on the 2,000 MRIs now on line .... Not nurses or doctors, these personnel ....

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