Research Papers On Article Critique Medication Errors in an ICU
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Article Critique Medication Errors in an ICU
This 5 page research paper reports on the human factors that affect nurses and nursing practice. Medication error, cognitive errors and other issues are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
This is a 6 page review of the current literature available on psychotropic medications. Five articles are discussed. The review of the literature available about the concerns, usage and effects of psychotropic medication is fairly extensive. Researchers have examined use in children, adolescents and adults as well as in pregnant women. Many of the articles provide good details on the different medications available as well as their contraindications and side effects. Although the physiological mechanisms are not completely analyzed yet in the field of medicine psychotropic drugs are used widely across the country. In fact, many critics have concluded that children have been overly prescribed medications as in the case of Ritalin, the most common psychotropic medication prescribed for children which has increased in usage by over 700 percent in the last ten years. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 4 page research paper that discusses the significance of family in the ICU environment. While the activity in an intensive care unit (ICU) is, by definition, more intense than elsewhere in the hospital, "ICU care is still people care" and, as such, the patient's family is extremely important, both as a source of information concerning the patient and as a support, both psychologically and emotionally, for the patient (DeLisser, 2007, p. 1284). Bibliography lists 4 sources.
This 4 page paper presents 3 brief critiques of research articles that pertain to control of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infection within hospital environments. The articles are summarized and analyzed. Bibliography cites only the 3 articles.
This 6 page paper looks 2 articles provided by the student, 1 considering climate change and 1 critiquing globalization, the content of the articles are reviewed and a critique is undertaken assessing the objectivity, purpose and any potential bias within each article. The bibliography sites 4 sources.
A 5 page paper that critiques an architectural article by Gustina Scaglia, "Building the Cathedral in Florence." The writer discusses the content of the article and critiques Scaglia's presentation. While the writer finds fault with the presentation, the subject matter of this informative article is fascinating as Scaglia relates his original research on the Cathedral in Florence. No additional sources cited.
This 5 page paper is an overview and critique of a journal article: Renzulli, Joseph S. (1998, October). A Rising Tide Lifts All Ships. Phi Delta Kappan, pp. 105-111. The article focuses on a program called School Enrichment Model that develops talent potential. A summary is provided. The writer then critiques the article and offers comments about it. Bibliography lists 1 source.
A 5 page critique of a journal article entitled Children's Dreams by John B. Murray, which is about sleep and dreams. This essay provides a synopsis of the article and then a critique discussing the value of the article as well as the shortcomings of it. Bibliography lists 1 source.
A 7 page research paper that examines one specific area of medication administration that could be included in a course of study designed by a licensed registered nurse (RN) instructor for teaching Medication Aides. This research specifically addresses monitoring the self-administration of medication by mentally retarded clients and discusses what material should be included in a project designed to prepare Medication Aides for the task of effectively teaching mentally-retarded clients to self-administer their medication. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
A 5 page article critique. Dypsnea (shortness of breath) is a problem that discourages millions of Americans who overweight/obese from engaging in the physical exercise that would help them to overcome this significant health problem. Babb, et al (2008) conducted a study that was designed to investigate the various causal factors that have been attributed to this obstacle to obtaining a normal weight by addressing overweight/obesity through exercise. This analysis summarizes and critiques their study article.