Nurses holding power literature review
From: Rick B.
Category: senior thesis
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Evidence based practice defines ' research ' as the creation of new knowledge through studies or trials. Some folks include surveys and questionnaires. See Research Types. You could think of this as Research with a capital R.
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Section 5(4) (nurse's holding power) of the Mental Health Act 1983: a literature review
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Advanced Practice Nursing Education: Challenges and Strategies
An extensive scientific literature review sponsored by Dignity Health and conducted by the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education CCARE at Stanford University reveals a growing body of scientific evidence that indicates kindness holds the power to heal. We now know that this often overlooked, virtually cost-free remedy has a statistically significant impact on our physical health. For example, the positive effect of kindness is even greater than that of taking aspirin to reduce the risk of a heart attack or the influence of smoking on male mortality. And it doesn't even require a trip to the pharmacy.
This paper describes specific challenges and provides strategies to improve advanced practice nursing clinical education in order to ensure that a sufficient number of APRNs are available to work in educational, practice, and research settings. Best practices are identified through a review of classic and current nursing literature. Strategies include intensive interprofessional collaborations and radical curriculum revisions such as increased use of simulation and domestic and international service work. Nurse educators must work with all stakeholders to create effective and lasting change.
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