Further Assessment Opportunity in Nursing

Introduction Nursing is one of the careers which focus on providing and helping the patients, as well as the clients as per ethical issues, is concerned. A nurse needs to understand ethical matters to carry out her work effectively to perfect her career. Nurses usually have to challenge themselves to...

Centura Health: Company Information

Every community, every neighborhood, and every life—whole and healthy Whole-person care is our specialty Centura Health is the largest healthcare network in Colorado and western Kansas with one very important vision—to provide whole-person care to every community, every neighborhood, and every life. Our Christian mission cherishes the unique spiritual needs...

Physician-Assisted Suicide: Euthanasia

PAS and euthanasia are actions made to end a person’s life to alleviate suffering. Diverse but equally strongly held and well-analyzed ideas on PAS are prevalent among meditative, ethically acceptable people. Nevertheless, the ambition that every patient gets to the dying moments free as possible from the suffering that does...

Ethical Decision-Making Models the IDEA and Seven Approaches

Ethical decision-making is the process of selecting and considering alternatives following moral values. Choosing the best ethical option and removing immoral possibilities is essential while participating in ethical decisions. As for one to make the right ethical decision, the individual is required to do good doing regardless of how expensive...

Clinical Assessment and Types of Tests

Introduction: What Is Clinical Assessment? Clinical assessment is the first step in working with patients. This process means the evaluation of a person’s physical, medical, cognitive, psychological, and behavioral patterns, history, and current condition to investigate the presence of any disorder (Desert Hope, 2021). It makes a specific determination, assisting...

Type 1 Diabetes: Changes, Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Introduction Over 9 million people globally have type 1 diabetes (T1D), most of whom are children and teenagers. In the United States, about 1.84 million people have developed T1D, with over 200,000 of them being below 20 years. Research also shows that close to 64,000 cases are diagnosed yearly in...

Why Impoverished Patients Skip Their Visits

Introduction In the East Orange Hospital Clinic (Carewell Health Medical Center), most beneficiaries represent the impoverished population, and the problem of skipping follow-up appointments has recently occurred. The issue is related to the clinical practice as the patients lack education about the importance of follow-up visits, cannot communicate their needs...

Salmonella Infection in the Caribbean Outbreak

Introduction The Salmonella outbreak became a public health concern in the mid-1980s in the Caribbean. In particular, the pathogen caused diarrhea in both the local population and tourists. One of the most important behavioral determinants is eating raw or undercooked eggs. The odds ratio of the occurrence of the disease,...

Public Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Strategies

Introduction Community health is a confluence of economics, healthcare services, and social responsibilities. People residing in a given area share common health risks as well as economic and social conditions. Public health is a medical service that is highly concerned with the well-being of a given geographical area (Ada et...

Value-Based Care Compared to Other Approaches

Value-based care Value-based care is a provision model that motivates providers of healthcare systems to focus on the excellence of services provided rather than the quantity. In a value-based medical care framework, medical facilities are reimbursed depending on patient healthcare outcomes. Medical professionals who participate in value-based care contracts are...

Technologies in Type 2 Diabetes Treatment

Introduction Every 12th inhabitant of the Earth today is sick with diabetes, but half of the patients do not yet know about their illness. Every minute another case of diabetes is detected on Earth, and every minute, two people die from its complications (Yaron et al., 2019). All forms of...

Electronic Health Record Project Management Processes

The effectiveness and management of a company’s initiatives have an impact on its profitability. Therefore, companies rely on the effective completion of projects to thrive. In order to gain a competitive edge locally and worldwide, firms must implement project management concepts to boost efficiency and return on investment (ROI). Therefore,...

Lyme Disease: History, Treatment, and Prevention

Lyme disease is among the most predominant vector-borne illnesses in the world currently. This disease is caused by Borrelia mayonii and Borrelia Burgdorfer. Its transmission to human beings is mainly a result of a bite from infected black-legged ticks commonly found in parks across the country. The primary symptoms of...

US Health Care Delivery System Transformation

Health Care Improvement Act of 2021 Since the fundamental shift toward patient-oriented and preventive health care introduced by the Affordable Care Act (ACA) of 2010, legislators have put substantial effort into defining the ways to extrapolate government-supported health care across the country. Hence, currently, more than 30% of the US...

Smoking Harm and Benefits of Quitting

Consequences of Smoking To encourage smoking, cigarette companies have used several of the most impressive marketing campaigns. Phillip Morris, for example, used creative graphics, cleverly designed packaging, and slogans from a legendary cowboy known as the Marlboro Man to recognize smoking as a behavior associated with liberty, confidence, strength, and...

Resolving Missed Appointments in East Orange General Hospital Clinic

Introduction The practicum experience is crucial for AGNPs who are willing to improve their skills and address the current health care issues through implementing novel work strategies or identifying and resolving the gaps. Indeed, my site, the East Orange General Hospital Clinic, has various populations as clients and specific problems...

Aspects of Structural Family Therapy

Introduction Structural family therapy (SFT) is a system-theory-based therapeutic method. According to Colapinto (2019a), in the context of the family, structural family therapy is a strategy for analyzing and treating behavioral issues (p. 107). The difficulty a client presents is due to harmful patterns of engagement within his or her...

The Trend of Obesity in the United States

In the United States, obesity is a significant public health concern that affects both children and adults. Since 1960, obesity prevalence between 1960-1962 and 2009-2010 had almost tripled from 13 percent to 36 percent, respectively (CDC, 2013). Similarly, between 1970 and 2010, obesity prevalence in children in the country had...

Evaluation of Health Care Technology

Healthcare is so omnipresent in modern life that its functionality is taken for granted. Many people do not realize the amount of information, which flows between hospitals, pharmacies, medical centers, doctors, and patients. Yet, the quality of such data transfers are immensely important in healthcare delivery. Electronic health record (EHR)...

COVID-19 Vaccine Policies at Historical Black Colleges and Universities

The phenomenon of racial segregation, although implicit, still exists in the context of American society. The issue is especially evident in the health care paradigm, as many African Americans nowadays experience a lack of medical support and tend to lose their trust. The students at Historical Black Colleges and Universities...

Type 2 Diabetes Treatment in Older Patients

Type 2 diabetes is a severe condition that requires constant and careful treatment. According to Zheng, Ley, and Hu (2017), the number of people with diabetes has increased fourfold in the past three decades, and diabetes mellitus is considered the ninth major cause of death. Moreover, 90% of adults with...

IOM Report on Nursing Practice

In the report, IOM shares four messages that are to be implemented in the nursing practice. One of the messages is that nurses should complete their education and training (Fitzpatrick, 2010). This practice is suitable for nurses as they will be equipped with updated knowledge of handling certain diseases. Another...

The United States Healthcare System Analysis

Introduction Healthcare systems differ based on the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), technological opportunities, level of education for healthcare professionals, etc. The US has a unique system due to the fact that it is a developed country, yet the expenses for health-related services are usually not paid through taxes but...

COVID-19 Vaccine Policies at Historical Black Colleges and Universities

Introduction to the Issue The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has affected the lives of millions of people, hitting minorities and those with a low socio-economic background especially hard. For example, according to Murty and Payne, the rate of COVID-related deaths among African-Americans is 2.5 times higher than among White Americans (2021)....

Breast Cancer: Risk Factors and Physical Examination

Introduction Breast cancer is a malignant form of the breast and is one of the most common forms of cancer in women. This type of cancer occurs when breast cells begin to divide uncontrollably and spread to the surrounding tissues. As a result, a tumor is formed, which becomes possible...

How Community Health Nurses Can Support Homeless Populations in Boston

Introduction Homelessness is a global issue affecting millions of people around the world. It is estimated that about 2% or approximately 154 million of the world’s population are homeless (Branon, 2019). In reality, the number could be bigger than the data indicates. This problem affects both races, ethnic groups, genders,...

Introducing Health Informatics Achievements in Nursing

Information and communication technologies in nursing Even though the tasks performed in the course of nursing work remain the same, it is impossible to ignore the importance of introducing health informatics achievements into their daily work. Health care organizations should continuously monitor patient health data so that they will not...

Care Coordination Plan: Mental Health and Social Equity

People who suffer from mental illnesses need specialized care to alleviate their symptoms and attain full recovery. It is hard to get that kind of care in health centers that do not employ care coordination plans. Health coordinators involve patients, caregivers, and staff in planning and administering care (Coffey et...

A Home Care Nurse: Position Requirements and Continuing Education

Options in the Job Market One of the options that I can pursue in the job market with an associate degree in nursing is a home care nurse. In this case, I will be required to assess patients who have challenges in movement and develop an effective care plan. A...

Health Promotion Plan: Tobacco Use

Introduction Tobacco use is one of the health concerns in the United States. It is estimated that more than 480,000 people die annually in the US due to cigarette smoking (CDC, 2021). Cigarette smoking affects almost all body organs, and it is harmful to the smoker’s health by causing many...

Ethical and Policy Issues in Mental Healthcare

Introduction to Nursing Ethics Nursing ethics can be described as the application of ethical values to nursing practice, which is essential for all healthcare workers. The four main ethical principles are autonomy, beneficence, justice, and non-maleficence (Haddad & Geiger, 2021). Autonomy is the position that patients retain the right to...

Trinity Community Hospital: Case of Orthopedic Center

Demand Evaluation The selected service line for Trinity community hospital will be an orthopedic center, where the evaluation showed that the overall demand for such a service would be the highest in the near future. The given center was selected by primarily evaluating and comparing the expected demand for other...

Strategic Planning and Health IT

Strategic Planning The strategic planning process is a series of steps and a tool that is used to guide entities or organizations towards a specific objective or purpose. The healthcare industry, in particular, is complex and consistently changing due to regulations, technological advancements, and medical progress. A strategic planning process...

Medical Tourism in the Global Medical Field

The Introduction Process of the Original Policy The Scope of Medical Tourism Medical tourism spans the commercial sector and global health spheres. Its rise coincides with the rapid expansion of healthcare trade, which is being fueled by increased worldwide mobility of care providers and consumers, developments in information technology and...

Evidence-Based Practice and the Quadruple Aim in Healthcare

Introduction Evidence-based practice (EBP) has already gained much recognition and respect in today’s healthcare and medical spheres. This approach is approved as a successful and critical integration of clinical expertise, reliable, current evidence, and patient or caregiver values. Many reasons to implement EBP in the nursing environment exist, including care...

United States Healthcare System Improvement

The US health care system has both public and private insurers and health care providers. Some are for-profit and others non-profit providers. The government covers those aged 65 years and above, people with disabilities, veterans, and low-income people by funding the national Medicare program (“United States”, 2021). Since the publication...

Chronic Diseases and Common Psychological Factors

Introduction Demographic aging of the population, which is a consequence of improving the quality of life, the development of medicine has posed a global problem to society: an increase in the number of chronic diseases. If earlier in the top ten of its causes included diseases such as tuberculosis, pneumonia,...

The Healthcare Information Technology

The technology and infrastructure used to evaluate, record, and exchange patient health data are referred to as healthcare information technology (IT). Healthcare IT facilitates the recording of patient data to enhance healthcare delivery (Dönmez et al., 2020). The technology allows for analysis of this data for both ministries of health...

Depression: Types, Symptoms and Treatment

Abstract Depression is one of the major silent diseases that affect human beings irrespective of their biological and physical health. The major goals of this paper are to identify signs and symptoms of depression, the causative agents, and tests are taken for depression patients. The treatment plans, preventive measures to...

Importance of End-Of-Life Care

The issue of euthanasia has remained highly debatable for decades. The supporters argue that a person is free to decide when to die, and if there are no chances for healing, euthanasia is a way to prevent unbearable suffering. The opponents of mercy killing, in turn, claim that it is...

Discussion of Child Obesity Condition

Thesis Statement Childhood obesity is a catastrophic condition in the 21st century affecting children and adolescents. Given the technological advancements and the sedentary lifestyle embraced globally, this condition is set to increase even further. There is a need to arrest this condition before more children and adolescents are affected. The...

Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

I would like to consider the case of Larissa and identify her diagnosis. To begin with, I will summarize the situation and highlight the client’s symptoms. Larissa is a 17-year-old Indian female who appeared in the emergency room because of cutting her right wrist following an argument with her parents....

The Medicare Program in the United States

The Medicare program in the United States has been a topic of discussion ever since it was implemented as legislation. The debate for a national healthcare policy for Americans dates back to the reign of President Teddy Roosevelt, whose 1912 presidential campaign program incorporated healthcare coverage (Clement et al., 2017)....

Private Health Care National Priorities for Critical Infrastructure Security and Resilience

Introduction In most countries, private sector and private businesses are more than governmental organizations and businesses. They contribute a large amount of tax to the government and employ the residents of the country and even import employees. This makes a significant contribution to the country’s overall economy, and therefore, these...

Ethical and Policy Factors in Care Coordination

Introduction Care coordination is a process aimed at creating an effective and accessible healthcare system for all citizens. This presentation was prepared for a local homeless shelter and discusses the ethical and political factors influencing the development of this concept. Healthy People 2020 program addresses the social determinants of health...

Diagnosis and Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychological disorder caused by exposure to a traumatic event. It causes extreme response to stimuli that resembles the event. With a focus on a Grey’s Anatomy character named Owen Hunt, this paper evaluates the DSM V criteria for diagnosis of PTSD. It also evaluates...

Medication Errors as a Patient Safety Issue

Introduction The current presentation is devoted to analyzing medication errors as a patient safety issue. During the presentation, we are going to discuss several topics. First, is the general information about the medication errors. Second, is the correlation between medical errors and the quality of clinical judgment. Third, the improvements...

Major Depressive Disorder and Drug Treatment

Summary Depression could be defined as a mental disorder marked by a long-lasting foul mood. Nowadays, this illness, as well as numerous other mental disorders, is romanticized. Furthermore, according to Gilbert (2016), many specialists label depression as “the common cold of psychopathology” (p. 3). Nonetheless, it is a great mistake...

Patient Preference and Decision-Making

Patient Preference and Decision Making Our hospital has a policy of working with patients and families to make treatment decisions across all the departments despite some situations that allow the doctors to overrule the patients’ decisions due to technical issues. A unique case occurred in our Catheterization Lab, which involved...

Healthcare Financing Impacting Patient Outcomes

Introduction The phrase healthcare finance describes the role of the healthcare system in accumulating, mobilizing, and allocating funds to meet the requirements of the ailing. Nurses who are the main personnel in the health care systems must understand the issues related to financing. The nurse can assist patients as well...

Nursing Care of the Autistic Child

Executive Summary This proposal introduces a new course into the curriculum of nursing education at the university. Its focus is on the specific of the healthcare delivery to patients with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). Based on the prior analysis of the matter at hand, ASD exhibits an increased incidence rate...

Health Informatics and Health Information Management

Health informatics combines processes, procedures, theories, and concepts from the computer and information sciences, health sciences (e.g., nursing and medical science), and social sciences as a professional specialty and a subject of study (e.g., cognitive and organizational theory) (Bloomrosen & Berner, 2017). Health informatics specialists collect, store, process, and disseminate...

Childhood Obesity Problem & Solution in Kentucky

Introduction Contemporaneously, America suffers from two vast epidemics that negatively influence the lives of its citizens. The first one is the Coronavirus pandemic, and the second one, which was growing over the decades, is the obesity epidemic. Obesity is a complicated issue for divergent reasons such as hormonal imbalance, metabolic...

Studying Nursing Leadership

Although all nurses can be viewed as leaders regardless of their role, there are some differences between management and leadership. While the manager is involved in numerous daily tasks and details related to patient care planning and ensuring the staff completes all assignments, the leader is less task-oriented and more...

A Cancer Service Line Development at Trinity Community Hospital

Introduction Trinity Community hospital has come a long way to become one of the premier health facilities in the south west of the United States. The hospital currently provides services such as internal medicine, pulmonary medicine, gastroenterology, urology, otolaryngology, general surgery, thoracic surgery, gynecology, and neurology. The hospital is committed...

Nursing Profession: Delivery of Medical Services

Introduction In their daily practice, NPS communicate, establish relationships, and directly influence the life and well-being of their patients. Given the vast level of responsibility, a professional in nursing must strictly follow the code of conduct and the guidelines of the standard of care. The application of uninformed decisions and...

Strategic Management in Healthcare

The current healthcare industry is characterized by rapid, innovative advancements and changes based on the technology-based modern society. In the next several years, the approach to medical management is likely to change and shift to the increased implementation of technology in the patient-centered healthcare system. With this said, the future...

Dementia: Causes, Prevention and Treatment

Description Dementia is a word that describes symptoms of impairment in memory, thinking abilities, and communication. The disorder is believed to be mainly caused by Alzheimer’s disease, which results from abnormal changes in the brain promoting a decline in cognitive abilities. Even though the probability of having the disorder progresses...

Supply Chain in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Pharmaceutical, biomaterial and standard medical device supply chains together have a top priority of delivering medicine as a strategic medical product. In the present health-conscious society, the management of the supply chains has become more complex. There is a growing demand for quality health care products and services, which involve...

End of Life Issues

Introduction Discussion End-of-life issues are ethical issues that recur in nursing practice. These include health care practitioners revealing the truth, ensuring confidentiality, and withdrawing treatment. All patients have the right to complete and accurate information about their health. This means that physicians and nurses must tell patients the truth about...

Dorothea Orem’s Theory of Grand Nursing

Introduction Each hospital patient, as well as any other person, has their particular needs, starting from basic ones, such as nutrition, to socialization. This concept can be referred to as self-care, and it was the area of intense interest in numerous studies. In general, it implies that each person aims...

Prevalence of High Blood Pressure among African Americans

Introduction According to the centers for disease control and prevention, heart related complications (stroke and heart disease) are the leading cause of death in the U.S. The U.S government spends close to $500 billion annually on programs that address this challenge. Heart diseases are characterized by a growing disparity amongst...

The Relationship Between Health Care Cost and Quality

It is apparent that there has been growing debate on the relationship between the aspect of cost and quality in healthcare (Mitton et al., 2006). It is assumed that there exists a relationship between the quality and cost of health (Woolf, 1999). However, research has revealed that there is no...

The Theory of Human Caring

Introduction Nurses play a crucial role in the health care industry and their contribution to health-delivery systems throughout the world is substantial. Nurses must exercise professionalism in order for their contribution in the medical field to be optimal. This professionalism requires nurses to be well versed in clinical judgment and...

Health Disparities on Obesity and Overweight

Obesity commonly known as overweight is a characterized by excessive accumulation of fat that might hinder proper health (Campos, 2004).In humans a simple index of mass for height (BMI) is usually used to classify overweight and obesity. This involves dividing an individual’s total weight in kilograms by total height in...

Social Determinant of Health and Socio-Ecological Model

Introduction The Social-Ecological Models can be used as interventions for health disparities. SEM is divided into levels that include individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, and policy levels (Patel, Hargreaves, Liu, Kenerson, Neal, Takizala & Blot, 2012). Individual-level interventions focus on enhancing an individual’s awareness of the importance of colorectal cancer screening...

Contemporary Issues & Acts in Healthcare Delivery

ACA’s Most Notable Provisions The twenty-five provisions of the Affordable Care Act offer an extensive but not full list of health service benefits for the public; however, two of them have major significance. First, the Affordable Care Act has become one of the most important advances for women’s health in...

Upstream Approaches to Canadian Population Health

Introduction Health care in Canada is represented by a number of health insurance programs and plans that are directed at covering all regions and citizens of the country. Canadian health care plans are monitored and administered by special territorial organizations, which have to respond to the state government. The state...

Skin-To-Skin Contact between Newborns and Their Mother

When a mother holds a baby after birth in skin-to-skin contact, it ignites strong intuitive reactions in both the mother and the child. The mother will experience an increase of maternal hormones and begin to engage, stroke, and smell her baby. The babies’ instincts will also make them start a...

American Health Care System: Financial Difficulties

Although America is one of the world’s most developed countries, its health care system has a significant number of deficiencies. It ranks almost in the last place among other high-income countries in many respects. According to Schneider et al. (2017), this is caused by a lack of universal health insurance...

The Experience of Implementing Evidence-Based Practice Change

When delivering care to patients, nurses must use the current best practice derived from evidence-based research. They need to ascertain the quality of evidence before applying it in clinical practice. This is typically done through the critiquing process – the systematic procedure of appraising a research piece’s limitations and strengths...

The African American Community and Current Health Status

Introduction Unfortunately, there are inequalities for different groups in modern society in access to services and participation in political, social and cultural life. Some of these groups did not take advantage of the potential of previously implemented social policies and programs, while others cannot be realized due to the historical...

Advanced Nurse Role Integration

Advanced practice nurses (APNs) are those nurses who obtained a master’s degree or advanced training. These healthcare professionals are often able to work in a clinical patient care setting with a high degree of independence and responsibility for the patient care within the healthcare system (NCSBN, n. d.). According to...

Peplau’s Interpersonal Relations Model

The Advancing Role of the Psychiatric Nurse The scope of psychiatric nursing has undergone changes over the recent decades, shifting its focus to psychosocial interventions. Consequently, the roles, responsibilities, and training of nurses have advanced in response to this change. As Hem & Heggen (2003) claim, theoretical principles of psychiatric...

Nursing Practice Problem and PICOT Question

Introduction Stroke remains a leading cause of death across the US for many years, and such a tendency presents the need for intervention in terms of patient education, as it becomes evident that patients with a predisposition for stroke are not well aware of the risks associated with the disease...

The Concept of Patient-Centered Care

Introduction The modern healthcare sector is a complex system depending on multiple factors that should be considered to guarantee the appropriate care delivery to patients. Under these conditions, the correct understanding of the existing practices, theories, and models is vital for specialists. However, the constant development of the sphere preconditions...

How Mental Health and Illness Should Be Defined

Introduction Nowadays, due to advancements in medical science and the awareness of new problems that it creates, mental health and illness are receiving more attention than ever. Old inhumane methods such as forced confinement of those diagnosed with mental disorders are condemned and phased out, and new, rehabilitation-oriented approaches take...

Prevent Falls Capstone Change Project- Objectives

Education of nurses’ intervention is considered most appropriate to prevent falls in hospitals. Studies indicate that falls are associated with a lack of education among the nurses who take care of the patients (Alert, 2018). This paper examines the objectives for the proposed intervention to provide education of the nurses...

Schizophrenia as Mental Health Condition

The CDC classifies schizophrenia as a mental health condition that normally emerges in early childhood and late adolescence that impacts thinking, speech, and emotional behavior. The manifestation of the symptoms may be sudden or gradual, making it a lifelong condition with diverse symptoms. Henceforth schizophrenia affects people in different ways...

Human Immunodeficiency Virus Disease as Global Health Issue

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) is a viral ailment that attacks the immune system of the human body. HIV can lead to Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) if left untreated. When a person is infected with the disease, they have it for life, as there is no effective medication currently. In 2019...

End-of-Life Care Overview

Elderly care, especially when it comes to end-of-life patient supervision, is frequently regarded as an inpatient medical endeavor guided by nurses and physicians. However, the reality of today’s health care provides patients with a variety of options concerning their stay during end-of-life care, including hospices, inward palliative care, and nurses’...

Anxiety Disorders: Types, Risk Factors, Diagnosis

What are Anxiety Disorders? Anxiety is one’s body’s natural reaction to stress. Anxiety disorders are more complicated and involve excessive fear and nervousness. It is a type of neurotic condition in which a person experiences continuous anxiety about life circumstances, their appearance, and relationships with those around them. Staying in...

Professional Accountability in Nursing

Nursing is held to high standards compared to other professions because of the interpersonal relationship between nurses and patients. It is also the most trusted profession in demonstrating the significance of accountability. Therefore, regarding the nursing career, the caregivers are responsible for their nursing actions, judgments, and omissions (Griffith &...

Cancer and Care Approach in Nursing Process

Introduction The nursing procedure is practical in consumer-based treatment through analysis, diagnosis, scheduling, execution, and assessment. It is a tool that places knowledge into practice. Medical practitioners use the systematic problem-resolving technique to determine a person’s care needs and offer a modified cure (Toney-Butler & Thayer, 2019). The nursing practice...

Protected Health Information: Best Practices

Laws Protecting Sensitive Electronic Health Information Protecting patient information is concerned with privacy, confidentiality, and security. Privacy refers to the individual’s right to decide how his/her personal data can be used and shared. Confidentiality means healthcare professionals’ obligation not to disclose any patient information they possess. Security means restraining strangers...

Grief and Loss by J. S. Freeman

Introduction Grief can be termed as the intense natural emotion that completes our humanity and is very fundamental and a universal experience. People experience grief after the deprivation of loved ones or a sense of loss is very deep within them. Grief is interrelated to loss; the loss of a...

Importance of Middle-Range Theories in Nursing

First of all, it is necessary to mention that your discussion post is dedicated to middle-range theories in nursing and their practical application may be regarded as highly thoughtful and informative. In general, the middle-range theory is nursing knowledge’s dimension designed for guiding health care research and practice. Its level...

The Effects of School Feeding Program on Preschool Children

Introduction School feeding programs have increased in popularity across different parts of the world, with the World Food Program (WFP) estimating the number of children under the feeding program. The program is essential as it aims to alleviate hunger and promote health and nutrition. The feeding program can enhance schooling...

COVID-19 Teaching Project in the Elderly Population

Nature of Project Nowadays, health promotion can be defined as an integral part of life for all individuals regardless of their age, gender, or social group. At the same time, older adults require a permanent health education, as this age group is especially vulnerable to severe diseases. Health providers have...

MSN Program Artifacts Overview

Introduction Globally, health has become a common study and research field, which prioritizes improving people’s well-being and attaining worldwide equity in the area. A population’s fitness impacts the nation’s economic, political, and cultural aspects. Preventive and curative measures have been provided to enhance an individual’s life quality and health status....

Affordable Care Act Abolition: Policy Solutions

Introduction Affordable Care Act (ACA) is the public policy that regulates the health care providence in the United States for the last decade. It became crucial for insurance coverage and gave the option to receive basic medical treatment for many citizens who could not afford it before (Corman & Levin,...

Group Therapy With Borderline Personality Disorder

Introduction Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is a severe mental health condition imposing adverse outcomes both for patients and their families. Health care specialists and researchers have dedicated much time and effort to finding an effective treatment for this disorder. So far, dialectal behavior therapy (DBT) has been reported to have...

Mindfulness Meditation Program for Nurses

Introduction The primary focus of this DNP project is the implementation of a mindfulness meditation program for nurses. The underlying reason that encouraged the project’s idea is that a nursing occupation is mentally and physically difficult, defined by several critical responsibilities and duties. On the one hand, nurse practitioners have...

Cultural Sensitivity Program for Health Care Provides

Introduction The United States is arguably the most culturally diverse nation on the planet; this situation is, additionally, becoming more pronounced as more people are seeking to immigrate to countries with bigger economies, such as the American one. The healthcare system, which was designed in areas where the population was...

Katherine Kolcaba: The Comfort Theory

Wilby, M.L., (2005). “Cancer Patients’ Descriptions of Comforting and Discomforting Nursing actions”. International Journal for Human Caring, Vol. 9, No. 4. Practice Theory Explanation The comfort theory described by Katherine Kolcaba is the middle range theory that has been adopted here. We learn that the cancer patients who are in hospital require...

Renfrey Memorial Hospital Board Project Proposal

Executive Summary Job discontentment is accepted to be very high in the nursing profession. Apart from countless other issues, nurses express their unhappiness which relates to some major concerns, that involves staffing, deference and appreciation, and earnings, and this disappointment is to a large extent is taking a toll on...

U.S. Healthcare System

The healthcare system of the United States is believed to be a “paradox of excess and deprivation” because of the huge amounts of expenditure by the American government, apparently much more than many other developed nations and countries including Japan, the United Kingdom, and Canada, and the high numbers of...

Impact of Uninsured Population

Outline This paper analyses the impact of the uninsured or underinsured population in America. By evaluating the situation existing in an organization named Walmart, the paper attempts to present the historical effects of the condition of this organization, its community position, and the difficulties faced by the organization. Discussion This...

Nursing: Palliative Care Issue

Introduction There has been an increased appreciation of palliative care in the recent years. It is viewed by many as the act of keeping Patients Company or at times the act of controlling the patient’s symptoms. Such descriptions are an injustice to a palliative caregiver professional. Organizations such as the...