Health

Reducing Tobacco Use Among Adults

Tobacco is a herb which leaves are dehydrated and processed before being used to manufacture tobacco items. Desiccated tobacco leaves are utilized to produce snuff, chewing tobacco, as well as cigarettes and pipes. In terms of an overview, cancer, cardiovascular disease, lung illnesses, hypertension, and various chronic diseases, which encompass...

The Role of a Nurse in Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

In recent decades, the healthcare system has shifted its emphasis on health promotion and disease prevention. This approach has more benefits for patients, since they can avoid the negative consequences of disease and their health, financial state, and social life. At the same time, this approach cuts the expenses of...

Care Coordination and Positive Health Outcomes

Introduction I would like to talk with you about the fundamental principles of care coordination. Care coordination does not have one set definition, as approaches may vary between individuals, organizations, and states. However, generally care coordination implies the organization of patient care in the most effective way, when all of...

Gastrointestinal Symptoms and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) are most likely to experience gastrointestinal (GI) problems, although the underlying etiology is unknown. There is a clear association between GI issues and the intensity of GI symptoms, although the two have not been related to nutritional deficiencies or mental retardation. However, developmental and...

High Blood Pressure Preliminary Care Coordination Plan

Heart disease includes several types of conditions that center on different disorders in the heart’s functioning. Heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the United States, and its main risk factors are high blood pressure levels, high blood cholesterol levels, and smoking (CDC, 2021). Furthermore, considering...

Mandatory Health Insurance Debate

Introduction Medical/ health insurance denotes a kind of insurance that partially or entirely compensates for an individual’s healthcare expenses in the event of an occurrence. There are numerous benefits associated with health insurance for individuals and societies, leading to widespread calls for mandatory health insurance for all Americans. Despite the...

Residential (Long-Term) Care Facilities

Individuals who require long-term care can rely on various services to suit their personal care needs. Long-term care can be delivered either through in-home healthcare services or through establishments such as assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and retirement communities that offer continued medical care. In addition to the elderly, people...

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome: Cause & Effect

Introduction AIDS, which is an abbreviation, fully refers to acquired immunodeficiency syndrome and is a sickness that attacks the immunity of a human being’s body preventing it from fighting illnesses and other infections. HIV/AIDS is a global community issue health-wise claiming approximately 36.3M lives (World Health Organization). Until now, since...

Healthcare Utilization and Finance

Introduction The following paper compares the US and England healthcare systems, the access to care, major services, and financial aspects. The second country is selected because of the high level of the sector’s evolution, its effective work, and specific approaches to financing. At the same time, there are radical differences...

Postpartum Depression’s Impact on Women

Abstract Postpartum depression (PPD) is a mental disorder that affects women as most of them have challenges speaking about the issue. Various researchers have investigated the issue and how it varies between first-time and non-first-time moms. They have also investigated the effect of breastfeeding on reducing the level of PPD....

Coronary Artery Disease: Health Maintenance Plan

Introduction An accumulation of plaques or wax-like substances in coronary blood vessels is a primary cause of coronary heart-based disease. A person’s cardiac arteries could become blocked due to the buildup, which would result in an unusually high amount of pressure across the affected arteries or veins (Putri & Budiarto,...

Genitourinary Disorders: Signs and Symptoms

Short Subject Description Genitourinary disorders affect the reproductive system, urinary tract, and kidneys. Most sex organs in females and males are affected by these disorders. Although they can occur at any age, they are most common after middle age. The genitourinary system comprises the organs involved in producing and excreting...

Hospice Care and Its Benefits for Patients

Introduction Hospice care is a special type of care designed to give a quality life to terminally ill patients. Patients with an incurable disease or those at incurable levels might not be able to provide self-care. Therefore, various professionals in a hospice setting help these patients by giving personalized care....

Nursing Leadership for Healthy Working Environment

A situation that can serve as a good option for the analysis within the scope of nursing leadership theory happened to me in a hospital setting. There was a patient ‚Äď Mr. Kane ‚Äď who was delivered to the surgery department in which my two colleagues and I were present...

Physiology: Blood Circulation in the Body

The human body performs many functions and processes to ensure the proper functioning of all organs. The most crucial process is blood circulation. The blood circulating in the body is either full of oxygen or without oxygen. The circulation system is cyclic, with the lungs, heart, and kidneys forming the...

Human Immunodeficiency Virus

Introduction The Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) remains to be a leading public health issue in society. Since the outbreak of this epidemic, approximately 32 million individuals have died from HIV-related illnesses, and about 75 million are living with the virus (United Nations, n.d). High cases and mortality rates have been...

Discussion: Telehealth Implementation

Telehealth is the use of telecommunications, including video and phone conferencing technologies and email, to deliver health care, information, and education to patients. The topic selected for the research in question is Telehealth. Telehealth is defined as the use of telecommunications in health care. It includes video and phone conferencing...

Primary Care Policy in Intermountain Healthcare

Introduction Identifying Need The vague language of the current Intermountain Healthcare (IH) description of primary care results in insufficient elaboration of specific nursing responsibilities such as quality of patient life, caregiver support, and non-discriminant patient treatment. A comprehensive primary care policy has not been adopted in the IH facilities, leaving...

Leadership Theories in the Healthcare Sector

Leadership plays an essential role in shaping organizational progress in all sectors. In the healthcare industry, leadership quality influences service delivery, forming a vital part of social welfare and community sustainability. Currently, the healthcare sector suffers from a myriad of challenges, both within and outside its control. First, inadequate labor...

Outpatient Care: The Main Components

Yoo, H. H., Nunes‚ÄźNogueira, V. S., Boas, P. J. F. V., & Broderick, C. (2019). Outpatient versus inpatient treatment for acute pulmonary embolism. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, (3). In the article, the authors show the difference between outpatient and inpatient treatment. In their opinion, outpatient care is medical care...

Health Promotion Plans in Nursery Practice

Introduction Health promotion plans are built on ways to improve health through preventive measures, including hardening, muscle activity, and regular exercise. Medical staff uses them to create the conditions for developing a healthy body that will be able to cope with stressful situations and gradually strengthen the immune system. Among...

Health Inequality and People Affected

Rural Americans’ challenges regarding mental health care Rural Americans are reported to face challenges regarding mental health care. There are high cases of depression and suicide registered in the region. Such cases occur due to a lack of access to mental health care services so that the problem can be...

Monitoring the Turnaround Time in the Anatomic Pathology Laboratory

Thesis Statement: This paper aims to provide the importance of monitoring the turnaround time in the anatomic pathology laboratory from an organizational management perspective. Research Question: Why monitoring the turnaround time in the anatomic pathology laboratory is important from an organizational management perspective? Background Information (2-3 Pages) Turnaround time (TAT)...

Dubai Governmental Hospitals’ Overcrowding in Emergency Departments

Introduction There is a problem related to emergency departments in Dubai governmental hospitals. Despite numerous models of care that have been developed to reduce overcrowding and processing time in the emergency room, the current situation is not as favourable as it can be. Therefore, this problem has a negative impact...

Type 2 Diabetes and Diabetes Care Guide

Introduction: Problem and Context Type 2 diabetes (T2D) is a prevalent issue among the US population. According to the estimates provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, 2020), 34.2 million people, which is 10.5% of the population of the US, had diabetes in 2018, and the incidence...

Electronic Health Record Implementation and Behavioral Barriers

Abstract The adoption of healthcare information technologies (HITs) such as electronic health records (EHRs) has become a necessity in modern healthcare settings. However, the pressure from the legislative regulations (HITECH Act and Meaningful Use Stages in the U.S. case) often forces healthcare organizations to implement EHRs without considering various factors...

Supply Chain Management in Healthcare

Supply chain logistics in healthcare are a series of processes that entail the workforce. The workforce is involved across various movements and groups of surgical equipment, medicine, and other products that are of great importance to the healthcare professional as they function in multiple facilities and sectors. The core, primary,...

The 9-11 Attack and Emergency Management

September 11th is a day that no one on the face of this earth will ever forget. This was the day when New York was crippled by terrorist attacks. On the morning of September 11th, at 08:46 local time, an American Airlines Boeing 767 hijacked by terrorists crashed into the...

HIV-AIDS: Epidemiology and Biostatistics

Introduction The objective of eliminating the Human Immune-deficient Virus and Human Acquired Immune Deficient Syndrome HIV/AIDS epidemic is conceivably attainable. It would need addressing this catastrophe on both global and individual levels. HIV is the virus that fights the body’s immune system and can cause AIDS if left untreated. The...

Electronic Health Records’ Privacy Problems

When it comes to personal health information, privacy and security will always be paramount. Healthcare providers are, in a way, knowledge workers, and deal with confidential and oftentimes very sensitive information on a regular basis. A nurse is responsible for protecting their patient’s privacy or, at least, avoiding any actions...

The Significance of Nursing Education

Introduction Nursing education aims to provide continuous, inexpensive, quality patient care. Considering that medicine should be patient-centered, it is essential to assure that they are cared for by highly qualified staff. Education is one of the main instruments to provide patients with crucial care from nurses and hospital teams with...

Stress in Healthcare and Its Impact on Employees

Abstract Stress in healthcare can affect the professionals’ well-being (emotionally and physically) by curbing their efficiency and negatively impacting their overall quality of life. This paper aims to investigate the impact that work environment stress can have on employees, organizational performance, and the delivery of patient care. The research will...

Parkinson’s Disease: Care and Treatment

When discussing Parkinson’s Disease (PD), the patients’ care, both from the community and healthcare professionals, is concerned. Therefore, my topic of interest is the care and the treatment of people suffering from PD and how their lives could be improved. I chose this topic because it is empathetic seeing patients...

Information and Technology in Patient Care

Introduction In the present day, the world has become reliant on technology. Consequently, it is essential for nurses to have information and technology (IT) skills. Health professionals, such as nurses, use IT to deliver care to patients. When applied correctly, IT facilitates the provision of safe care. IT skills are...

Caring Nursing Concept: Care & Rehabilitation

Nursing practice faces a problem related to a technicality and reducing caring substance because of the rise in complicated patient care and time limits. Caring promotes nurses’ focus on their relationship with patients by understanding, seeing, and assuming responsibilities. To reduce the potential for nursing to elicit purely technical traits,...

Alzheimer’s Disease vs. Frontotemporal Dementia

Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive condition that disrupts the life of millions of adults worldwide. The abnormality causes dementia, and if diagnosed on time, the severity of the consequences can be decreased. The Alzheimer’s disease pathophysiology includes multiple factors such as neuronal loss and requires examination of the patient’s physical...

Facing Nurses With Ethical Dilemmas

An ethical dilemma is a situation where an individual is compelled to make a difficult decision as a result of two or more conflicting choices. The choices in consideration in such circumstances can be justified as uncertain, equally bad, or equally good (Butts & Rich, 2016). As registered nurses, we...

Capnography for Resuscitation of Patients in Intensive Care Units

Abstract Cardiac arrest poses a significant threat to patients in intensive care units (ICU) and can subsequently lead to a patient’s demise. It was noted at the project site that capnography was not being used during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) despite recommendations and guidelines that supported its use in improving patient...

Eating Disorders as Life-Threatening Illnesses

Introduction Taking this course pushed me to take action in overcoming my recent biggest problem: my eating disorder. For almost two years, I assumed that I could not overcome my problems and that food was my only source of comfort. I also thought that taking more food was part of...

Pricing Strategies in the Healthcare Industry

In healthcare, pricing is a complex activity that creates confusion given the nature of products offered in healthcare and patient protection policies. Nevertheless, like any other industry, the healthcare industry engages in pricing strategies to meet different objectives. Different pricing strategies are employed in healthcare depending on the intended outcomes....

The Cost and Quality of Long-Term Care in the US

Introduction Presently there is a question about the quality and financing of care. More than 11 million Americans need some form of long-term attention due to chronic illness. Receiving the care needed is crucial to their quality of life, but long-term treatment and care require significant resources. Since people and...

COVID-19 and Its Impact on the Immune System

COVID-19 has shaken the very basics of the healthcare system. The medicine was supposed to create epidemiological solutions for COVID-19 prevention and treatment quickly. In order to analyze the virus, the medical providers and epidemiologists had to work together to learn how the immune system responds to the virus and...

Watson’s and Nightingale’s Nursing Theories Comparison

Introduction Nursing is one of the fundamental aspects of human civilization. Since ancient times, people have been trying to help others in need, reduce their suffering, and improve their well-being. For this reason, this field of knowledge evolved along with the development of society and science. The rise of nursing...

Use of Qualitative Research in Nursing Practice

Qualitative Research Throughout the COVID-19 epidemic, the media, lawmakers, and the general people have rallied alongside frontline healthcare professionals worldwide. It is worth emphasizing that the hero story might be troublesome for nurses and other healthcare professionals. This article examines and discusses the repercussions of being declared a hero. In...

The Ethical Implications of Medical Errors

Although medical errors must be avoided due to their unfavorable outcomes for the patients, they sometimes happen. In that case, a medical professional who has made an error has to understand the ethical and legal implications of their actions. The nondisclosure of a mistake may lead to unfavorable health outcomes...

Legalization of Marijuana and Veterans

Introduction At ten, I began using marijuana or developing a cannabis addiction. Growing up in the streets of San Francisco, I began smoking marijuana at an early age to help me cope with the stresses of life. I started smoking with my uncle Jesse, who suffered from severe arthritis in...

The Implementation of New Information Technologies

Nowadays, technological progress has affected almost any area of human’s daily life. Many organizations from different fields are gradually implementing IT-based methods of work. In the medical field, in particular, in the United States, more and more hospitals use EHR (Electronic Health Record), EMR (Electronic Medical Record), and PHR (Personal...

Pharmacogenomic Testing to Increase Treatment Adherence in Bipolar Disorder

Introduction Bipolar disorder is a serious mental disorder that is typified by drastic mood fluctuations between mania and depression. The lifetime prevalence of this disorder is about 2.4%.1 Bipolar disorder is a longstanding disease with affective incidents that may elicit substantial personal suffering, social dysfunction and negative outcomes on the...

Opposing Views on Mandatory Vaccination

Personal and Communal Ethical Factors In determining the moral positions of the two sides of the debates surrounding mandatory vaccination, personal and communal ethical factors should be explored. One personal factor is individual beliefs and values. Advocates of compulsory vaccination may think that immunization is the only way to stop...

Analysis of RUA’s Article: Hypertension

Introduction of disease High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a condition characterized by the high long-term force of the blood against the artery walls that negatively affect the heart’s function. The blood pressure depends on the two main conditions: the amount of blood in heart pumps and blood...

Pros and Cons of Mandatory Continuing Nursing Education

Continuing Nursing Education Continuing Nursing education is defined as ‚Äúsystematic professional learning experiences designed to augment the knowledge, skills, and attributes of nurses and therefore enrich the nurses‚Äô contributions to quality health care and their pursuit of professional career goals‚ÄĚ (American Nurses Credentialing Center‚Äôs Commission on Accreditation, 2012). Mandatory continuing...

The Role of the Federal Government in Public Health

Federal governments play an important role in public health by protecting and promoting safety and people’s opportunities. In regards to the population’s health status, healthcare facilities should follow certain standards and policies, learn laws and regulations, and offer services at the required levels. Governments’ interventions touch upon different sectors, including...

HIV Treatment and Family Support

Introduction Social support and familial sustenance are critical in terms of fighting the deadliest and most challenging diseases in the world. Social connectivity enables a person to feel a certain level of happiness and confidence. Challenged individuals experience a significant level of anxiety and stress. However, they also need their...

The Value of Secondary Data in Healthcare

Introduction The use of secondary data is acceptable in many spheres of research. Secondary data are the sources of information “that has already been collected by someone else” and can be accessed by a researcher (Clark, 2013, p. 57). Johnson (2014) claims that secondary data can be a good alternative...

Breast Health Education Article by Yi & Park

A chart showing how the researchers addressed the five areas of a research report. How evidence of the five areas in the research report supports the conclusion The conclusion shows that breast health survivors had significant roles in “motivating young women to adopt behaviors that helped in preventing breast cancer...

Researching Advanced Practice Nursing

Introduction Advanced practice nursing is rapidly gaining support from health care providers because the use of different advanced practice roles and competencies improves healthcare quality and lowers health care costs. Comparison and contrast of advanced practice nursing roles can help to examine the specialty of primary care family nurse practitioners...

The Discussion of Heart Diseases in Women

Introduction Heart diseases may not have received as much attention as they require. This may be the reason why many people are still not aware of the risk factors, symptoms, and preventive measures. This lack of knowledge explains why there is still a big number of people dying of heart-related...

Nursing Morals, Values, and Ethics

Introduction Passion The need to ensure human beings live comfortable lives and access quality health care services motivate me to seek to know what should be done to ensure this is possible. I have a passion for ensuring that every person enjoys life despite the inevitable challenges that modern societies...

Patient Education Plan For Congestive Heart Failure

Abstract This paper provides a patient education plan for a hypothetical African American with congestive heart failure (CHF). The education plan includes information on diagnosis and pathophysiology of congestive heart failure, medications, and treatment of the disease, home care considerations, as well as health and wellness. Overall, the patient education...

Transformational Leadership in Nursing

Introduction Leadership is important in all organizations that utilize people to attain their goals, missions, aims, and objectives. It involves influencing other people to facilitate the accomplishment of a given goal. Leaders arrange, manage, direct, and guide other people towards the attainment of common mutual objectives and goals. Leadership occurs...

Financial Management and Budgeting in Hospitals

Introduction Current nursing training schools have embraced basic accounting classes in their coursework. This is to ensure that their end product becomes better nurse managers either immediately after college or at later stages in their nursing career. Managing a hospital takes the same approach as any other business. It requires...

Long-Term Care Services in Southern Mississippi

The Determinant of Market price and Quantity in Long-Term-Care Services In Southern Mississippi The demand for long-term care services in the southern Mississippi has been observed to rise sequentially following the current trend of population increase, which in a way threatens the survival of the less disadvantaged in terms of...

Lung Cancer in the People Life

Introduction Lung cancer is an illness of unregulated cell growth of the lung. This cell growth within the lung tissues may result to metastasis. Lung cancer is accountable for approximately 1.5 million deaths globally every year and it is the most cancer that affects the highest number of men and...

Fat-Soluble and Water-Soluble Vitamins

Introduction The health benefits of vitamin consumption are a controversial issue and should be considered with caution. Indeed, unreasonable use of these substances in various forms might have severe consequences for one’s health due to disregard for their side effects leading to the emergence of health issues (Cerrato 69). These...

Adolescent Substance Abuse in Single Parent Families: The Family Therapy

Background The prevalence of substance abuse cases and increasing aberrant behavior patterns among adolescents raise significant concerns to parents and community health workers due to their implications on the teens’ social development. Drug addictions among adolescents increase long-term physiological and mental health risks, low educational attainment, poor financial management, run-ins...

The Role of Humour within Counselling and Psychotherapy

The role of humour in counselling and therapy have become an area of intense intense interest for researchers in the field. Experts increasingly recognize its positive role in therapy, but the application is to be executed with precision. The present thesis reviews the literary insight into the use of humour...

Exclusive Breastfeeding Among Infants

Feeding is one paramount activity that not only allows a person to grow and live one more day but also protects the health of the one being fed in many ways. Children are one specific group of human beings whose nutritional needs continue from the womb to the real world...

The Role and Concept of Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive Psychology Defined The scope of cognitive psychology is very broad with many psychologists trying to explain it in their own perspectives and carry out more research on the same. There are many definitions of cognitive psychology which developed to counter the beliefs of behavioral scientists who attributed behavior to...

Regulation for Nursing Practice

Board of Directors There are various differences between a professional nurse association and board of nursing. While the association advocates for nurses, the board regulates nursing practices. The board develop regulations and uniform rules, oversee the licensure, and enforces law (Neff et al., 2018). It also provides standards for supporting...

Teaching English Language Learners

Getting to study your student is a prime issue in teaching practices, once you identify and understand each student in a more personal way; it helps you in knowing and understanding their cultures which subsequently helps in introducing the most appropriate teaching methods. In this class the arrangement has been...

The Canada-United States Border

Definition The Canada-United States border plays a significant role in determining economic growth and security status of the two countries. After realizing the importance of the border in 1999, the two countries adopted a binational approach in management of the border. According to Friedman1, binational approach of managing the border...

Compare and Contrast: Traditional and Distance Learning

Did you know that online learning has a history of over two decades and that the Coronavirus pandemic only accelerated its pace? In today’s active comparison of online and traditional learning, some believe that distance learning is innovative and highly productive, while others favor traditional teaching, regarding traditional methods as...

Content Analysis Method in Global Affairs

Introduction Studies on global affairs focus on a wide area of political relations between countries, cultures, and administrations (Coppieters, 2015). The study of these international relations requires a methodical technique to find essential methods and forces of change. Analysis in international relations employs various methods, including the use of rational...

Developing Literacy Abilities of Reading and Writing

Teaching High-Frequency Words Words are an important aspect of learning in view of the fact that they allow students to create meaning from print. It is estimated that there are approximately a million words in the English language and studies indicate that proficient readers are capable of recognizing about 50000...

Governmental Entities and Employees’ Productivity

Introduction organizational change has been a popular topic of discussion in management research for several years. This is because any organizational change is difficult for both the management and employees, and can lead to drastic consequences if not planned and implemented correctly. The implementation of organizational change requires consistent efforts...

Autism Spectrum Disorder

Introduction Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental and neurocognitive disorder that implies impairment symptoms in social interaction and communication and restricted, repetitive patterns of behaviors, interests, and activities. The reasons for this disorder were earlier considered to be a combination of poor parenting and biological factors, but later it...

The Symptoms and Treatment of Cervical Cancer

Abstract This paper looks into various aspects of cervical cancer. It looks into how cervical cancer is diagnosed and the symptoms that are used to tell when an individual has cervical cancer. It also seeks to establish the available treatment for the disease, prevention, and the use of P medication....

Long-Term Care in USA

Abstract Long-term care is a very important issue that requires serious policy attention in the United States, even though this has not been the case. It matters in the lives of millions of Americans and has direct impact on spending by public programs. Notably, LTC faces a host of challenges...

Marketing Plan for Hospital Has Low Demand

Executive Summary The marketing plan details the various actions that Al-Salit will take into account in the process of introducing a new line of service. Specifically, the firm intends to establish a pediatric wing in order to improve the effectiveness with which it serves its customers. The new wing aims...

Iodine Regulation in the Thyroid

Introduction The human body is a complex structure that runs on various processes, which are similar to machines. The different body parts play significant roles in the normal operation of the entire being. In order to ensure that each part runs efficiently and effectively, special care is necessary. Such care...

Theoretical Perspectives for Nursing

The four key concepts that form the foundation for the nursing profession are person, environment, health and nursing. These concepts examine the primary doctrines of nursing practice. They also form the ground through which individuals should be examined and treated within the nursing profession. This paper looks at the application...

The Venezuelan Healthcare System Critical Assessment

Introduction Comprehensive introductory plans and the availability of subsidized or free healthcare given by the Venezuelan government in the 1980s and 1990s made the country’s health care system among the most developed in the region. By 2000, a large population of people both in towns and rural areas could access...

Right to Die, DNR

The right to die is an entitlement to end one’s life (Humphry, 2003). It holds that every person has a right to die with dignity. Possession of this right gives an individual the ability to choose when to die and by whom. It is sometimes denoted as do not resuscitate....

Job Description: Nuclear Medicine Technologist

Job description Diagnostic imaging commonly uses X-Ray to diagnose diseases. In nuclear medicine, diagnosis is made using radionuclides. Radionuclides are unstable atoms that spontaneously emit radiation (Nuclear Medicine Technologists, 2012). They are used to develop radiopharmaceuticals. The work of nuclear medicine technologists is to give patients radiopharmaceuticals, and then keep...

Alzheimer Disease and Its Effects

Introduction Alzheimer’s disease is a permanent condition that mainly affects the elderly. Besides it being a substantial burden to the healthcare system, it is also a challenge to the patients themselves, as well as caregivers (Salawu, Umar & Olokoba, 2011). As such, Alzheimer’s has become a significant public health issue...

The Expected Code of Conduct in Long-Term-Care Facility

Introduction Healthcare is a medical term which refers to all activities and services involving human health, such as the diagnosis, treatment, as well as prevention of illness, disease, injury, and other mental and physical impairments in humans. Health care is delivered or administered by practitioners in various medical professions such...

The Contribution of Florence Nightingale in Nursing

Introduction Like many other professions in the world today, nursing has undergone tremendous transformations throughout history. It is evident that the outlook of nursing in the 21st century as an admirable career differs largely from what was known a century ago. This change has been brought about by visionary and...