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Theory Letter to a Young Nursing Student Research Proposal

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Letter to a young nursing student: Palliative care and nursing theory

To a young nursing student:

One of the most difficult issues for a nurse is confronting a patient with a terminal illness. No matter how fully lived the patient's life, no matter how many friends and family members surround the patient's bedside, there is always a profound sense of loss and grief at the end of the possibility of hope. How much more so when confronted a young person facing the end of her life, alone! Such was the case with a twenty-four-year-old cancer patient I tended to as a young nurse, about the same age as you. She was diagnosed with cancer of the ovaries, and her father refused to visit her…. [read more]


Theory Related to Nursing Research Paper

… We further see how the doctor, after Will's surgery very causally starts to inform the family of the complications during the surgery and only later on tells them that he is doing fine (Silverman, 2012).

Borderline case

Sir William Osler (1849-1919) was known for his compassion in treating his patient. Once a young boy was seriously sick and had whooping cough. He wasn't able to eat anything at least this was the case until one day Osler came to examine the child in his magnificent robes and the boy was so captivated by his appearance that when Osler sat with him and talked to him and started to feed him a peach the boy was able to eat the fruit. Osler kept on returning to…. [read more]


Letter of Application for Transfer Term Paper

… My approach to medicine is from a holistic stance in that I believe that all too often the emphasis in medicine is on illness alone and that the larger medical picture is often neglected. I am fascinated by the idea of the human body as a complete and integrated system. I am intrigued by the notion of the human body working at its fullest capacity. My central reason for applying for this transfer is the need to continue this research in an effort to enhance medical knowledge.

Apart from wanting to pursue my studies amongst friends, another major motivating factor to achieve a prompt transfer is that my fiance -- a fellow medical student - and I ended our relationship recently. Thus, it is becoming…. [read more]


Cross-Sectional Study to Determine Factors Term Paper

… South Africa is being chosen because the scarcity of physicians in some parts of the country means that nurses receive extensive medical training because there may be times when they are the only medically trained person within hundreds of miles. Hasina Subedar, head of the South African Nursing Council, states, "The pitch is 'pack your bag', we'll do the rest. As long as the nurse agrees to work in an American hospital for two years, everything else from green cards for the entire family to airline tickets to apartments are taken care of" (CBS News, January 17, 2003).

One option which has been overlooked by many during this period of "healthcare hysteria" is the cadre of skilled, intelligent and available licensed practical nurses. These nurses…. [read more]


Perioperative Care and OR Nurse Shortage Impact and Interventions Capstone Project

… ii. Long-Term: Annual turnover rates will be evaluated to assess the effectiveness of the adopted course of action
6. Follow-Up and Evaluation
i. Follow-up will be periodic (i.e. after every 6 months). Management rounding (or similar mechanisms of feedback) will be utilized so as to assess staff knowledge and job satisfaction levels
ii. Progress to be communicated to the relevant stakeholders
iii. Deviations from the desired outcomes will be noted and corrective action taken
Potential Barriers to Plan Implementation
Financial constraints have been identified as the most critical potential barrier to plan implementation. Implementing the preceptor program will be a resource intensive process in terms of associated course costs, orientation costs, etc. A review of pay and benefits means that the salaries and benefits P&L…. [read more]


Nursing Malpractice Literature Review

… Nursing Malpractice

Introduction- Modern nursing is a rewarding, but challenging, career choice. The modern nurse's role is not limited only to assist the doctor in procedures, however. Instead, the contemporary nursing professional takes on a partnership role with both the doctor and patient as advocate caregiver, teacher, researcher, counselor, and case manager. The caregiver role includes those activities that assist the client physically, mentally, and emotionally, while still preserving the client's dignity. In order for a nurse to be an effective caregiver, the patient must be treated in a holistic manner. Patient advocacy is another role that the modern nurse assumes when providing quality care. Advocacy is the active support of an important cause, supporting others, or speaking on behalf of those who cannot speak…. [read more]


Ethnography,, Narrative, Phenomenology Essay

… The research problem of a 'grounded theory' study of human trafficking might deal with the problem of how and why women are drawn into human trafficking rings and become victims. The research purpose would be to illuminate the phenomenon to create a theory of what conditions give rise to trafficking and how to prevent them. The research questions would pose the following queries: What are the characteristics of women who become victims of human trafficking? What social conditions are present that allow the trafficking to occur?

References

Ethnography. (2013). Colorado State University Writing Guides. Retrieved:

http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/page.cfm?pageid=1345

Grounded theory. (2013). Colorado State University Writing Guides. Retrieved:

http://writing.colostate.edu/guides/page.cfm?pageid=1349

Hoffman, K. (2013). Do nurses eat their young? KD Health. Retrieved:

http://kdhhealthcomm.wordpress.com/2013/01/22/do-nurses-eat-their-young-whats-wrong-with-communication-in-health-care/

Johnson. (n.d.). Chapter 12. Retrieved:

http://www.southalabama.edu/coe/bset/johnson/lectures/lec12.htm

Narrative…. [read more]


Different Preferences in Learning Between American and French Learners in a Multinational Corporate Setting Dissertation

… ¶ … Preferences in Learning between American and French Learners in a Multinational Corporate Setting

The way training is delivered in a corporate environment has a tremendous effect on results. This study investigates the role of culture in the learning styles of adult French and American students enrolled in online training programs at an international university. Using Kolb's learning style inventory, the learning style preferences of respondents in both cultural groups will be classified as divergers, convergers, accommodators, and assimilators, reflecting their general tendencies toward learning environments as conceptualized by Kolb (1985). The assumption is that Americans prefer to learn from action-oriented methods and are more comfortable learning from activities that are not job related, such as role plays and games, than do their French…. [read more]


Corneal Donation Within Hospitals Term Paper

… al, 2002).

Methods

The aim of this study is to discover barriers to corneal transplantation and donation from an administrative perspective. Thus the researcher proposes examination of donor registries and informed consent, as well as hospital policies, practices and procedures. A purely experimental study would not be feasible in this instance, as it would be virtually impossible in the short amount of time allocated to survey the number of people necessary to provide quantitative information on corneal donations. A qualitative study provides information relevant to exploratory processes, thus this type of technique will be utilized for purposes of this study.

The researcher intends to conduct research over a 6-month time frame. The first 1-2 months will be spent gathering adequate information from academic studies and…. [read more]


Pedagogic Model: Teaching Technology in Special Education Dissertation

… " (Dougiamas, 1998) Such trivial constructivism, though, is the bedrock from which Glaserfelds more radical constructivism springs. He continues to state that because knowledge is constructed by the learner, and because no two learners are the same, knowledge itself is not absolute. There is a degree to which knowledge is an illusion, and every individual constructs their own conception of reality which (while susceptible to the demands of "real" or normal reality) does not necessarily align with the normal paradigm. Constructivism does embrace this relativistic and existential approach to reality, but it also holds as a primary value the idea of constraint which enables the thinkers to participate in social interaction and mainstream reality. (Glasersfeld)



One interesting area of constructionist theory is…. [read more]


Learning and Teaching Identify Essay

… This is especially important with habit-forming drugs like painkillers and the like (Kreitner & Luthans, 1984).

Behaviorist - Decrease

A behaviorist approach to DECREASE a behavior would be the inverse of the last paragraph but would obviously manifest differently. The current behavior that is not desirable could be documented and explained and it could then be shown and proven through family members or others in the same precise predicament that their actions and behaviors have caused them great harm and then this could be compared to people that faced the same dilemma and made the right choice. For example, a type II diabetes patient that is near death due to their bad choices could be compared to someone who technically has type II diabetes but…. [read more]


Characteristics of Asperger Syndrome and Coping Strategies Research Paper

… Asperger Syndrome

Asperger's Disorder -- also referred to as Asperger syndrome (AS) -- is essentially a "…chronic neurodevelopmental disorder" that limits the afflicted person's ability to have normal social interaction and communication, according to an article in the journal, European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (Woodbury-Smith, et al., 2009, p. 2). While AS is not associated with the problems resulting from intellectual disability, Woodbury-Smith emphasizes that AS is viewed as a "severe social disability" and in some cases there are "associated mental health and other medical problems" that can (and do) persist throughout life (p. 2).

The authors of this article point to some of the difficulties that result from AS, including the fact that diagnosis of AS is frequently delayed and that causes additional problems…. [read more]


Servant Leadership in a Conflicted Church Thesis

Applying Servant Leadership within a Conflicted Church: The Project as an Act of Ministry


My church, the South Iowa Chapel, like many modern churches, is a church in conflict. Conflicted churches are problematic because they drive parishioners away from the church, and, possibly, away from Christ. Conflict in a church can also be a difficult situation to remedy, because of the different personality types and leadership styles of people involved in the church. However, I feel that a significant part of the problem is that people are using traditional leadership styles in church. Jesus Christ was not a traditional leader. On the contrary, He was the epitome of a servant leader, one who leads through service to others. Obviously, He did a wonderful job leading…. [read more]


Growing Recognition of the Changing Term Paper

… Usually, needs to know on how to understand material without feeling compelled to agree with it.

Abstract Conceptualization (AC): Connects information with prior learning. Learns through linking new knowledge with previous knowledge and experiences. Sees the big picture. May have difficulty with organizing information, finding focus, or attending to details. In writing essays, may appear to be "all over the place."

Active Experimentation (AE): Has a need for immediate feedback. Learns best by asking questions. May jump ahead of the instructor and interrupt with questions. Is often an academic rebel, i.e. likes to "buck the system" or look for exceptions to the rules. Works well with group tutorials and group study.

As explained by Kolb and Smith (1986), in order for learning to be effective,…. [read more]


Hisory of Palliatve Care Palliative Ghost Writing

… Development of instrument that can be used in improvement of palliative care

There are legal standards that are being used in the United States to help sustain the lives of young children. Creation of machines to help in the program to sustain lives especially of those children suffering from long life diseases like cancer is the current project. This is an initiative taken by the pediatric palliative care department. The program will play a significant role in prolonging lives especially to those children with serious illness. Two instruments in the suggestion for use and reviews made to see the effectiveness. Parents and palliative care employees from various institutions gave opinions to act as a guideline on the effectiveness and progress. The instruments are essential in…. [read more]


Using Technology to Support Teaching and Learning Term Paper

… Technology and Learning

Introduction- From the late 20th century on, technological growth has become so robust that in the last decade there have been vast changes to the educational and business environment based on it automation, cloud computing, new memory chips, and operating systems that take advantage of the new electronic collaboration many enjoy (Vizard 2011). Too, when we think of how technology can transform society, it is also useful to consider new ways of utilizing technology for learning. Of course, there are issues educators face when introducing new technologies in the classroom; namely the failure to fully utilize and/or creatively utilize new technology in the delivery of education. Facilitating learning in a technology-rich environment offers the potential to move participants to higher levels of…. [read more]


Gender Inequity in Sports Research Proposal

… This quest is informed by the ever increasing number of obesity cases among girls of the ages between 14 and 18 years. Hence the most appropriate hypotheses for this study will include:

H1: if educators and health workers use preventive measures successfully, then gender inequity in Saudi Arabia may be decreased

H2: if the gender inequity is decreased, then sports activities amongst the girls may improve

H3: if the sports activities amongst the girls are improve, then overall obesity ratios for girls may improve

It is important to note that all hypotheses above are interlinked as they answer the main research question of how obesity can be decreased among the young girls in Saudi Arabia. For this purpose, the proposal focuses on aspects like the…. [read more]


Scientific Achievements. Albert Einstein Term Paper

… ¶ … scientific achievements. Albert Einstein is perhaps one of the most famous physicists of all time. He discovered the Theory of Relativity and is often known as the "father" of the atomic bomb. Einstein's life is a model to scientists and physicists today, and a valuable lesson in what one person can accomplish in their lifetime. Without Einstein's discoveries and theories, our world might be a very different place today.

Albert Einstein was born on March 14, 1879 in Ulm, Germany. His father was a merchant and his mother was a homemaker. Einstein was an excellent student, but a quiet and thoughtful boy. He always earned high grades in mathematics. One biographer notes, "In all these years he earned either the highest or the…. [read more]


Mathematics Z-Model Framework in Middle School Thesis

… This unique framework has 4 domains, and while this study investigates the Z-model's use in the mathematics curriculum, this framework is focused on improving and enhancing students' achievement in any course of study.



The four domains involved in the Z-model create a comprehensive educational understanding and framework for use in improving educational progress. They are:


  1. Brain development, and efforts in the classroom which can enhance/promote brain development.

  2. How project-based learning can be utilized in order to fully engage the student in the learning community.

  3. Data-Driven instruction (the second half of the breadth - vs. - depth debate). The students must be held accountable to learn a specific knowledge base of facts, figures, and formulae. Without objective measurement of the educational progress,…. [read more]


Concept of Disease a General Medical Practice and Homeopathic Medicine Perspective Term Paper

… ¶ … Disease: A General Medical Practice and Homeopathic Medicine Perspective

General Medicine Concepts of Disease

Homeopathic Medicine Concepts of Disease

The Concept of Disease: A General Medical Practice and Homeopathic Medicine Perspective

We shall find that, even when there is no clear differentiation of the leech from other members of society, mankind has theories of the causation of disease, carries out proceedings which correspond with those we call diagnosis and prognosis, and finally has modes of treatment which, even if they have little in common with our own remedies, nevertheless may be regarded as making up a definite system of therapeutics. - G. Elliot Smith, 1915

Most people today are familiar with dozens of conditions that are certain are diseases, such as influenza, chicken…. [read more]


Preventing Dropouts Among Minority Middle Term Paper

… Apparent changes in self-esteem developed over the eight-week period.

Daisey & Jose-Kampfner (2002) report that the dropout rate is currently increasing for Latinos. This results from students feeling discouragement, which they attribute to teacher stereotyping, low expectations, and tracking. Latinos face special social and cultural pressures that prompt many students, especially girls, to leave school during the middle school years. Confusion also comes from mixed messages from home and school, with often competing values about career, marriage, and motherhood (Canedy, 2001). Studies (Banfield, Johnson, Thomas, & Thieroff, 2002) have also identified the following reasons for Latino dropouts: stereotyping of new students and a lack of self-confidence.

Martin, Tobin, and Sugai (2002) found research that identified the top ten reasons that students dropped out of schools…. [read more]


Hemingway Is Classified Term Paper

… Hemingway perceives the world in these terms and links his characters directly to nature through underlying psychological forces which s********************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************iscellany of stories and fragments, but actually the parts hung together and produced a definite effect. There were two distinct series of pieces which alternated with one another: one a set of brief and brutal sketches of police shootings, bullfight crises, hanging of criminals, and incidents of the war; and the other a set of stories dealing in its principal sequence with the growing-up of an American boy against a landscape of idyllic Michigan, but interspersed also with glimpses of American soldiers returning home (Wilson 17).

Wilson believes that the war was intended to be the key for the whole book, and the brutality of the…. [read more]


Grandparent Caregivers Societal Antecedents as Predictors Dissertation

… Grandparent Caregivers

Societal Antecedents as Predictors of Resilience, Caregiving/Parenting Stress and Coping Strategies in Custodial and Non-Custodial Grandmothers of African-American or African Decent

The past three decades have seen a break from the traditional nuclear family roles. During this time, society has witnessed a dramatic increase in the number of children being raised by their grandparents. Many grandparents assume the role of primary caregiver for their grandchildren and/or childcare provider because of the impact of numerous societal antecedents which cause the parent or parents to be absent from the home. These societal antecedents include child abandonment, and/or neglect, parental employment obligations, parental education endeavors, and parental military obligations. These represent the key reasons for grandparents assuming the care of grandchildren. This comes at a time…. [read more]


Educational Situations Name Four Practices Term Paper

… She seems to especially have difficulty during timed activities, when there is a short amount of time in which to complete the math problems. The teacher is very supportive when the student manages to score well on the activities, but if she scores below average she does not receive any individualized attention. I believe this student needs to receive help in test-taking skills, learning how to manage time and stay calm during timed skills checks, and also get help learning math basics such as multiplication and addition tables that will make the concepts come together.

17. Identify a behavioral concern in your classroom and identify how the problem is being addressed according to the school's behaviour management plan. Make brief notes about your observation, outlining…. [read more]


Women in the American Revolution Term Paper

… She was called Sgt. McCauly [sic] and was wounded at some battle, supposed to be the Brandywine, where her sex was discovered.... It was an unusual circumstance to find women in the ranks disguised as men, such was their ardor for independence.'

"(It is interesting that the editorial continues with the observation),

Elizabeth Canning was at a gun at Fort Washington when her husband was killed and she took his place immediately, loaded, primed and fired the cannon with which he was entrusted. She was wounded in the breast by grapeshot... '"4

This brings us to an important question. How can these many supposed authorities have conflicting information about something, which should be provable with Pennsylvania Military records? The answer may lie in 18th century…. [read more]


World Poor Thesis

… ¶ … aloud or in writing, making the reflective report exercise a valuable addition to the learning process. This reflective report recounts the events that took place during the research process for the study, "Identifying Marketing Opportunities to Combat Global Poverty," including a recollection of individual experiences, the personal feeling and learning that were experienced, as well as the group dynamics and learning that were derived from the experience. A review of lessons learned that can be used in future projects is followed by a summary of the reflective report entries in the conclusion.

Recollection of Experiences

Perhaps the overriding perception that emerged during the earliest phases of the research process concerned the extent of the problem of global poverty and how it affected the…. [read more]


Reducing Risky Behavior for African-American Research Proposal

… The disproportionately high HIV incidence among African-American female teens convincingly defines the term 'health disparity.' A possible intervention has been explored by Aronowitz and Agbeshie (2012) and Aronowitz and Eche (2013) using qualitative study designs. Working under the assumption that mothers are the primary sex educators for daughters, they investigated the interactions that took place between inner-city African-American mother-daughter dyads during discussions about intimate sexual issues. The goal of these studies were to define the main communication and parenting strategies employed, thereby providing valuable, culturally-sensitive information that could help clinicians reduce health disparities for African-American female youth.

Aronowitze and Agbeshie (2012) used a focus group strategy within a grounded theory study design. They limited the daughter's age to between 11- and 14-years of age, under…. [read more]


Commonplace: "You Always Admire Term Paper

… Further, communicating through the written word also means allowing for a time lapse in any expected response even if it is through the more instantaneous channels of email and mobile text messages. Thus, it is evident that speaking is, by far, the easier method of communication. The question that must be asked, however, is whether it is also the better channel for communication?

Writing may be more difficult to learn and require more effort but the fact is that it is these very aspects that ultimately lead to a better quality of communication and expression. For instance, writing allows time for careful thought, reflection, evaluation and correction of messages prior to submission. This process, therefore, allows a person to ensure that the meaning of the…. [read more]


Group Protocol for Adolescents Term Paper

… Group Protocol for adolescents - addressing the occupational needs of the adolescent population

Occupational needs assessment

During the occupational assessment, a group of 12 adolescents are observed attempting to solve a complex mathematical problem for a science project. Functional skills lacking among the group include communications skills, collaboration and communication skills, leadership skills and the ability to identify and agree on a single problem and develop plans for a probable solution. The team as a group appears to have selected no leader; for this reason the each member of the group is attempting to solve the problem individually more so than joining in a collective manner. Whereas it may be appropriate to look at the project as a whole and brainstorm within the group to…. [read more]


High School Career Counseling Intervention Program Term Paper

… Of course, students participating in entrepreneurial development programs will also receive instruction on how to write a business plan.

One of the primary components of the career counseling intervention for all high school students, but especially the high school dropouts, will be entrepreneur training. Research substantiates evidence that entrepreneur training works. On study showed, for example, that “Junior Achievement Company Program (JACP) participation increases the long-term probability of starting a firm as well as entrepreneurial incomes,” (Elert, Andersson & Wennberg, 2015, p. 209). A similar entrepreneur training program will be developed and offered especially to the students and dropouts who scored high on the Holland personality code of enterprising. Enterprising individuals will be natural risk takers and visionaries who may have ideas for starting…. [read more]

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