Research Papers On Concept Analysis Comfort in Nursing
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Concept Analysis Comfort in Nursing
A 5 page research paper. A nurse's philosophical outlook on the profession necessarily impacts the manner in which that individual acts on a day-to-day basis. Basically, philosophy supports professionalism by providing a strong foundation for practice. The following discussion of nursing philosophy and practice demonstrates how these two aspects of nursing practice are related, focusing on the manner in which basic nursing concepts provide a rationale that supports and facilitates the implementation of standards of professional practice. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
A 3 page research paper that discusses Dorothea Orem and Jean Watson, who are two nursing theorists who have both had a tremendous impact on contemporary nursing via their incorporation of the nursing core concept of caring within the framework of their nursing models of practice. This examination of these theories briefly summaries and analyzes each framework. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
A 7 page research paper that discusses a student-formulated professional philosophy of nursing practice, which is that making clinical judgment decisions in nursing care should be comfort based and founded on an understanding and knowledge of the patient’s continuous evolving physical and mental state. This examination of literature discusses how this philosophy can be applied to the four nursing domains of person, environment, health/illness and the nurse. Then, a broader perspective is given that takes into account the expectations of ANA standards of practice, the requirements of law and JCAHO standards. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A 5 page paper discussing some of the roles that RNs fill in the hospital setting. Nursing’s reach and respectability have grown immeasurably in past decades, but the registered nurse still provides a wide variety of services within the hospital setting. In its most basic analysis, nursing reflects caring, followed closely by education of patients and other caregivers. The paper also discusses RNs as nurse managers and mentors in the still-evolving health care industry. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
In-patient hospice programs make it possible for terminally ill people to die more peacefully by focusing on palliative - or comfort-oriented - care rather than on heroic efforts to cure disease and prolong life. This 4 page paper discusses the importance of pain management, comfort, and so forth in the hospice. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
An 11 page paper. This essay explains Kolcaba’s Comfort Theory, including its propositions and taxonomic structure. The essay also discusses hospice and how comfort theory can be adopted in hospice services. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
A 4 page paper defines the concept, examines why it is important to the nursing profession and considers how the concept may impact upon nurses, patients and families. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
This 8 page paper is a concept analysis of the subject of wellness. A concept analysis is structured in a certain way; we'll follow the Wilson method as adapted by Walker & Avant and illustrated in a concept analysis of "Breathlessness".
A 20 page research paper that offers a nursing concept analysis on aging. As the percentage of the American population that is over the age of 65 increases with each passing year, there is more and more attention being paid to geriatric health care needs; and, in keeping with this trend, successful aging is a concept that is also garnering more attention. The importance of geriatric health care issues underlies the need to understand the concept of aging more fully and to describe in detail the differences that are inherent to successful/healthy aging as opposed to maladaptive aging (Flood, 2002). This concept analysis of aging endeavors to accomplish this purpose, as it describes how literature addresses the aging process and its implications. Bibliography lists 26 sources.
A 7 page research paper. Nursing leadership is acknowledged to be one of the most crucial factors in addressing the current and emerging needs of the healthcare system. This investigation explores issues related to nursing leadership, first of all, by summarizing literature that defines and discusses the way in which leadership models relate to concepts of formal and informal power and then by offering a hypothetical interview with a nursing leader that exemplifies the principles associated with this topic. Bibliography lists 7 sources.