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Here are the top ten articles for the Nursing Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Lewin's Change Theory
We experience change every day, but most of us resist change. Lewin's Change Theory is effective in making change in nursing practice as well as personal lives. Come and explore the three-step process of unfreezing-change-refreezing to plan, implement, and make permanent change for quality outcomes
2. Professional Accountability
The nurseīs professional and ethical responsibility to his or her patients.
3. Effective Communication and Patient Safety
Effective communication is an important aspect of patient care to ensure patient safety. The Joint Commission for Accreditation for Health Organization has listed effective communication as one of the 2006 National Safety Goals.
4. Two Ethics Case Scenarios
Two ethics case scenarios with discussion and ideas for solutions.
5. Dorothea Orem's Self-Care Requisites
A detailed dscription of Dorothea Oremīs Self-Care Requisite and how you can apply it in the assessment process of your patients.
6. Defining the Roles of Advanced Practice Nursing
Information about Advanced Practice Nursing and the different roles that will fit in for every individual who wants to pursue further their career in nursing. Each one has the choice to make oneīs nursing practice meaningful, exciting, and worthwhile.
7. Dorothea Orem's Self-Care Requisites
Dorothea Oremīs Self-Care Deficit Model of Nursing Theory
8. Political Activities for Nurses - Get Involved
Interested in the legislative process but unsure of how to affect change in nursing practice and the health care system? Its easy! Just Get Involved...
9. The Ten Rights of Safe Drug Administration
By following the Ten Rights of Safe Drug Administration and asking three questions we can keep patient safety a main focus and goal.
10. Patient Identifiers
The Joint Commission requires two patient identifiers to prevent medication errors.
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