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Of Kangaroos, Koalas, and Platypi
Australia has a relatively short European history with nursing coming to the colony in the 1800s. Since then the profession has gradually developed and changed in response to the environment within which nursing is practiced. ...
The Importance of Interprofessional Education in Nursing
Interprofessional education (IPE) is a vital component of health care curriculum which serves to encourage the development of collaboration among caregivers from multiple disciplines. This activity is meant to bring awareness ...
Perceived Sources of Academic Stress in the Nursing Program
A survey questionnaire was conducted to determine what the biggest sources of stress are in a baccalaureate nursing program and identify what factors in the students' lives may affect academic achievement and self-efficacy.
Using a Sensor-Based Monitoring System to Improve Body Mechanics
An innovative sensor-based monitoring system that can be used to help users develop proper body mechanics and help to decrease injury while caring for patients in the workplace.
Emotional Intelligence in Nursing
(41st Biennial Convention) Practice problems: Nurses are responsible for using emotional skills to evaluate and promote patient's emotional health. There is very limited research relating to measuring emotional abilities ...
Barriers and Promoting Strategies to Sexual Health Assessment for Patients With CADs in Nursing Practice
Sexual health is an important aspect for patients with heart disease that covered by silence. Nurses often ignore sexual health assessment due to many barriers related to nurses, patients, organizations and value related ...
Single-Use Disposable Commode Pan/Bedpan Liners to Reduce Future Risk of Hospital-Acquired Clostridium Difficile Infection
The history and evolution of the pilot project developed is in reference to the first hospital acquired (HA) Clostridium difficile infection (CDI) outbreak in a rural hospital within western Canada and how one can best ...
Experiences in Nursing, Nursing Education and Leadership in Liberia Before Ebola and Beyond
Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: Nursing experiences in Liberia have been fraught with challenges because of the lack of infrastructure made worse by the civil war. Edwin's first years as a nurse at the John ...
Transforming the Nursing Workforce through Leadership Growth
Session presented on Monday, November 9, 2015: Leadership is considered a critical attribute in the enhancement and transformation of the nursing workforce of Liberia. As part of this leadership transformation, the Master's ...
Leadership Behavior Change in Conflict Resolution: Insights From Online RN-BSN Students
The purpose of this presentation is to discuss findings of a retrospective, naturalistic, qualitative study of a reflective journaling assignment developed by an inter-professional faculty team to assess real-time transfer ...