Acceptance of Nurse Practitioners
.... and unhappy, the role of the NP is increasing, information regarding MD acceptance
of NPs is conflicting, and information regarding nurse acceptance
of NPs is ....
)ROLE OF THE NURSE PRACTITIONER
.... It is quite likely that in the future, the public will show increased acceptance
of the role of the nurse
practitioner, although it can be pointed out that ....
)The position of nurse practitioner
.... nursing practitioners can provide as good, if not better, treatment for diabetic patients as doctors, and that patient acceptance
practitioners is not ....
)Advanced Practice Nurse
.... Unconditional acceptance
for a nurse
means using empathy to accept a patient as worthy, with no strings attached, whatever their condition. ....
)Nurse Administration & Paradigmatic Model
.... appear to revolutionize the field of nursing in general and nurse
administration in .... to Glazer (2000), used to provide a certain degree of acceptance
for all ....
.... suggested solution to the recruitment problem is to seek nurse
educators from .... for a specific organization, and (3) belief in and acceptance
of organizational ....
)Nurse Practitioners and Prescribing Medication
.... public as the consumer of health care is slowly being educated toward acceptance
of a .... Nurse
practitioners are well suited to be an important part of this shift ....
)Jean Watson's Nursing Theory This paper presents an analysis and c
.... negative feelings--highlights the importance of the expression of both positive and negative feelings and the nurse's
acknowledgment and acceptance
of those ....
)Case Management for the Nursing Profession Introduction
.... service, are time limited, and must be authorized in advance by FHP's Alternative Health Care Coordinator, a Registered Nurse
for Alternative ....
)A Role for Advanced Nurse Practitioners in Emergency Care Settings
.... the success of such a strategy is the acceptance
by other health care professionals of a well-defined independent role for advanced nurse
)The Practice of Euthanasia
.... In terms of the doctor-patient-nurse
relationship, the controversy of euthanasia .... At the present time, there appears to be growing acceptance
that euthanasia ....
)Aspects of the Nursing Profession
.... reduce or eliminate the distortion in perspective caused by non-critical acceptance
of one source of knowing and thereby broaden the nurse's
general knowledge ....
)Advance Practice Nursing
.... frequently encountered expressions of grief are the "why me?" reaction, self-blame, bafflement, self-pity, and acceptance
. The advanced practice nurse
must be ....
)Midwifery in the 20th Century
.... of more effective treatments, lead to increased public acceptance
of medicine .... Mary Breckenridge believed that nurse
-midwives would make impact on the outcome ....
)Measuring Quality of Delivered Nursing Services
.... As both criteria for acceptance
of the hypothesis were met, hypothesis number .... their Brazilian counterparts in relation to the following: a. Nurse
assigned too ....
)PHYSICIAN-ASSISTED SUICIDE Introduction Physi
.... legal aspects, and perceived rights and duties of the doctor, nurse
, and patient .... study of a group of physicians caring for HIV patients, acceptance
of assisted ....
)Weiss (2005) A Journey in Holistic Growth
.... what I have experienced personally and in a caring-healing role as a professional nurse
. .... I find that while men may be more advanced in their acceptance
of new ....
)Nursing Opportunities in EMS
.... administrators are also required to negotiate with centers regarding acceptance
of patients .... Nurse
managers have increasingly been in the position to plan and ....
)Nursing Metaparadigms: Health
.... Then as the nurse
progressed along the continuum, her practice would .... training, frequent reflection, the formulation of insights, the acceptance
of correction ....
.... It seems that there is not yet generalized acceptance
of NPs worldwide .... still prefer to get a doctor's opinion after getting attention from a nurse
(Iliffe, 2000 ....
)GRIEF RESPONSES BY NURSES Introduction This re
.... bafflement, self pity, and acceptance
(Travelbee, 1966, pp. 74 77). Theories of Watson Watson's theory of nursing is based on caring by the nurse
(Chinn, Jacobs ....
)Issues in Nursing Administration
who would bear the ultimate responsibility for the action. Responsibility, according to Huber (1996, p. 232) is defined as the allocation and acceptance
)PROFESSIONAL ISSUES Introduction This research a
.... The hospice nurse
is also in a position to provide information to the patient's parents that will make acceptance
and adaptation on their part easier. ....
.... of the vast number of situations in which a nurse
performs her .... it has widespread support, this philosophy has not found widespread acceptance
, often because ....
.... Some longitudinal studies of novice nurse
socialization have been conducted. .... refers to the individual's self-imposed acquisition and "acceptance
of the social ....
)Governance in Nursing
.... Of all the techniques proposed, however, three gained the greatest acceptance
. .... trend, for example, an HMO, does not impact on the nurse
patient relationship to ....
)Patient Rights in One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest
.... Unfortunately, things get out of hand and Nurse
Ratched discovers what has happened .... for mentally ill patients enjoyed a brief period of global acceptance
in the ....
)Dorothea Orem's Conceptual Framework of Nursing
.... is deliberate human action involving reflection requiring the acceptance
of human .... where an individual should be under nursing care, the nurse
becomes "another ....
)NURSING CARE MANAGEMENT AND RESPONSIBILITY
.... To be an effective patient advocate, the nurse
must not permit her or his .... of a treatment program in the absence of cost factors is unlikely to gain acceptance
.... It's that cut and dry between a nurse
and patient. Friends and family are another arena. .... The key to establishing true trust between both parties is acceptance