Theory Based Exemplary Article: Implementing Pender's Health Promotion Theory into the Post Partum Setting Kim Freitas Liberty University NURS 502 Dr. Kim Little October 7, 2012 Abstract As a medical professional it is important to impact the patient population in such a way as to treat the condition in which they are seeking attention for, educate the patient on how to care for the condition, along with treatment options and curing factors. In an effort to prevent disease processes or conditions it is important to teach the community at large health promoting behaviors. This is exactly what Nora Pender sought out to do. She realized that the patients she encountered were being treated after a diagnosis, but nothing was being done
Community Health Advocacy Part Five Pauline Harris Nursing 544 July 20, 2014 Instructor Amy Weaver Community Health Advocacy Part Five Goals are broad statements of intent and purposes for educational program outcomes (Bastable, Gramet, Jacobs, & Sopczyk, 2011). These are two goals for desired outcomes of this aggregate. First, is to increase the awareness of Alzheimer’s and dementia for individuals and their family members. Second, is to inform caregiver’s of support available in the community and how to recognize symptoms for this aggregate. Goals: 1.
Patient Guide to the WORLDWIDE WEB Michelle R. Hanna, RN Chamberlain College of Nursing NR #361 [ON] Information Systems Susan Bojovich, Professor Summer A 2011 Patient Guide to the WORLDWIDE WEB KEY WORD[S] or PHRASE[S] | CREDIBILITYDoes the author [institution and/or agency] have the qualifications and knowledge? | Who is the Author? Contact Information? Qualifications and/or Credentials? | YES | NO | What is the Domain?
Retrieved November 2013, from http://www.hcmarketplace.com/ Infectiousness and Infection Control Administrative Controls. (2010, July). Retrieved November 2013, from http://www.cdc.gov/tb/publications/slidesets/selfstudymodules/module5/admin_controls.htm Joint Commission Resources Portal. (2013). Retrieved November 2013, from https://e-dition.jcrinc.com/MainContent.aspx PDCA.
Jean Watson’s Theory of Caring Rose Jasper NUR/403 March 3, 2014 Marilyn Moorhouse Annotated Biographies Alligood, M. R. (2010). Watson's Philosophy and Science of Caring in Nursing Practice. In Nursing theory: Utilization & application (4th ed., pp. 111-136). Maryland Heights, Mo: Elsevier Mosby.
Journal of Education for Business; Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p147-152, 6p, 1 Chart. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?hid=7&sid=2eb08f08-6338-4b77-9193-45add548c475%40sessionmgr14&vid=2 This article by Smith and Mitry (2008) addresses via analytical inquiry the cost and quality of online teaching in college education. These authors are doctors in their respective fields at National University, and this article was published in a peer-reviewed journal. Using a variety of different scientific tools Smith and Mitry (2008) clearly explain the problems, illuminate the solutions, and discuss, imply, and recommend ways to help online education realize its true potential.
Google is used as an example of how we have begun a new form or way of reading and thinking as we hyperlink or way through the web instead of going to a library to read periodicals. In many ways it has begun to remap the way we think and process information compared to those that are used to a more traditional sense of learning, which has weakened our ability to have a deep thought and even or concentration has diminished. This article made me feel uneasy about the future as the importance of technology increases. First of all, it made me realize how much of a distraction technology actually is. The internet has made it hard for me to stay focused when reading things you can't learn quickly.
Annotated Bibliography: Stress Management Lanna Lopez Chamberlain College of Nursing NR101 – Transitions in Nursing Spring A, 2012 Annotated Bibliography: Stress Management in Students Maville JA, Kranz PL; Tucker BA. (2004). Perceived stress reported by nurse practitioner. Journal of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, 16 (6): 257-62. Retrieved from EBSCOhost.