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    about a nurses role? It has been said that nurses have inadequate knowledge to become a doctor. People believe that nurses carry out the doctor’s “dirty work.” The public/bloggers may also point out that a doctor’s medical opinion outweighs a nurse’s opinion or actions in the medical field. So what is the real role of a nurse? A nurse does not just have one role, a nurse has many. A nurse is the empathetic shoulder to turn to when a patient is faced with bad or even uplifting news. A nurse is an interpreter

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    A nurse is a person that is in charge of taking care of patients, as a nurse you should take care of their patients with love, commitment, and the passion to do it. A nurse should treat their patients like they are one of their family members for the patient can feel comfortable. Being a nurse is not an easy job they have to perform a lot of duties. Every patient may be diagnosed with different type of diseases and the nurses have to perform a lot of different routines to care of each patient without

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    issue in nursing in recent years is how staffing levels effect nursing outcomes including, but not limited to, nurse burnout and job satisfaction. Three types of staffing contribute to nurse workload; they are staffing by hours per patient day, staffing by ratios, and staffing by acuity. Following is an in depth analysis of how nurse staffing affects nurse job satisfaction and burnout. Nurse workplace environments have only really been studied during the last decade. There is growing research in this

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    The concept of nurse retention as it relates to employee satisfaction is a critical issue to manage before any nursing theory can be deployed. The problem of nurse retention and staffing can impact the numbers of medication errors, patient mortality, readmissions, a length of stay, falls, pressure ulcers, central line infections, health care related infections as well as costs (Simpson, 2016, p 139). The nursing satisfaction and appropriate staffing have cause and effect results with the ability

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    hope to be a knowledgeable nurse, where I feel comfortable in the job I have acquired. I hope to be a critical care nurse working in the incentive care unit at a well-known hospital in Atlanta, Georgia. By five years, I will have received a certification in critical care and possibly other certifications. I also may be thinking about going back to school to become a family nurse practitioner within the five years. I can achieve these goals by becoming a dedicated nurse to my patients and continuing

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    *some hook* In the medical field, doctors tend to be more held in high regard as compared to nurses, and more people tend to aspire to be a doctor when they grow up, instead of a nurse. It is found that more than 52,000 people applied to medical school in 2015 — up more than 56 percent from 2002 — the survey by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) found. Doctors are always on the top of the social scale, whether you go to the theater or to the cinema you should know that you will be

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    stagnant one. New discoveries in terms of illnesses, treatments, medications and human physiology are revealed every day. Today’s Registered Nurse must keep up with the changing of times and have a strong educational and clinical foundation. Gone are the days when nurses take simple orders at the doctor’s bidding. Today, a successful and competent nurse must be able to work with a level of autonomy and think critically. Critical thinking, along with many other skills, can be developed while undergoing

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    Nurses

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    As hospitals across the country face a shortage of nurses, two South Jersey hospitals are revisiting a method health systems have used in the past - recruiting nurses from other countries. Susan Nicolosi, a health-care recruiter at Our Lady of Lourdes Medical Center in Camden, and Grace Corteza, a registered nurse originally from the Philippines, recently went to that Asian nation to sign 26 nurses for two-year commitments. The hope is that they will make South Jersey their home. "It's a very future-thinking

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    Nurse Shortage and Nurse Turn-over

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    Leadership and Management Nursing Shortage and Nurse Turn-Over Nursing is very important and dedicated profession and the need of this profession is very much increased in the society. But unfortunately there is a shortage of nurses as compared to the required need of the society and shortage has become a serious problem now. Leadership and management is the most essential skill for the profession of nursing. The development of the future of the nurses in leadership is one of the most difficult challenges

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    American Nurse

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    Registered nurses care for patients by treating and educating them about various medical conditions. The largest group of registered nurses work as staff nurses in hospitals. Although medical duties of RNs vary greatly depending upon the specialty or area in which they work, all RNs offer emotional support and advice to patients and their families. The documentary American Nurse focuses on five nurses that handle soldiers coming back from war, inmates, people in the poorest parts of the country,

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