It looks like you've lost connection to our server. Please check your internet connection or reload this page.

Nurse Essay Examples

139 total results
An Introduction to the Life of a Nurse Practitioner
What is a Nurse Practitioner? A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse (RN) who has advanced education and clinical training in a health care specialty area. Nurse practitioners work with people of all ages and their families, providing information people need to make informed decisions about their health care and life...
515 words
1 page
Becoming a Registered Nurse
Darlene Lewis decided when she was thirteen that she wanted to be a
nurse. She was admitted to a hospital and instead of going to the
children's ward she was in the adult women's ward. She saw how her
nurses were and decided that she wanted to be like that too. Darlene started school getting her L.P.N. (license to practic...
2,159 words
5 pages
Applying to be a Nurse
Hello my name is Kristine I have been in college for awile I have been
taking classes regarding healthcare, my goal is to be a nurse. What has
led me to enter college I would have to say my oldest daughter Kira, I
found out I was pregnant at eighteen years old I didn't know what I was
going to do. When I saw her face on the...
614 words
1 page
A Description of a Nurse Practitioner's Duties and Responsibilities
What is a Nurse Practitioner? A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse (RN) who has advanced education and clinical training in a health care specialty area. Nurse practitioners work with people of all ages and their families, providing information people need to make informed decisions about their health care and life...
515 words
1 page
Becoming a Registered Nurse
RN is a dignified on demand profession that I have been looking for since I came to US, but the opportunity is not easy in my case. I came to US with my credential in my country as doctor of medicine, but to have a good career I need legal status. I have to suffer all the difficulties to immigrate from another country and s...
1,217 words
3 pages
The Causes of the Deteriorating Patient Care in the Ward Settings
Patient care is deteriorating in the ward setting, as nurses are often overworked in their daily jobs. This is due to understaffing, long hours and high stress; thus results in errors of nursing care, and ultimately, compromises a patient's health. Some associated hazards, and how they are identified and managed, are looked...
2,382 words
5 pages
An Examination of the Profession of Certified Nurse Midwife
Registered Nurse/Midwife A certified nurse midwife (CNM) is an individual educated in the two disciplines of nursing and midwifery, who possesses evidence of certification according to the requirements of the American College of Nurse Midwives. State requirements for nurse midwifery must also be met. For centuries w...
1,007 words
2 pages
A Care Study on Good Nurse and Patient Relationship Practice Towards Better Patient Development
This essay focuses on the nursing care received by a patient during practice placement in the community. The rationale for choosing this patient is because the author participated fully in providing care needs for this particular patient. A good nurse and patient relationship was developed which enabled the author to feel c...
2,554 words
6 pages
The Roles and Responsibilities of a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist
In my report I will explain what a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA) is and what they do. First off, you have to understand that there are Anesthesiologists which are doctors of Anesthesia and then there are Anesthetists which are nurses of Anesthesia. When anesthesia is administered by a nurse anesthetist, it i...
442 words
1 page
An Analysis of the Concept of Being a Nurse and the Importance of Health Maintenance
A nurse practitioner is a registered nurse with advanced academic and clinical experience, which enables him or her or diagnose and manage most common and many chronic illnesses, either independently or as a part of a health care team. A nurse practitioner provides some care previously offered only by physicians and in m...
370 words
1 page
An Analysis of the Nurse Practice Act
* The Nurse Practice Act defines the scope of practice specific to a registered nurse, a licensed practical nurse, an advanced nurse practitioner and a nurse anesthetist. It represents all laws that regulate a nurse's scope of practice in the state or states of America in which she or he is licensed to work. These laws prot...
861 words
2 pages
The Preferable Qualities and Skills of a Good Medical Nurse
Upholders and health educators for patients, families, and
communities, I did my report on . There are all sorts of
fields one could go into. For example, you have hospital, office, home
health, nursing home, public health, occupational health nurses,
supervisors, nurse practitioners and other advanced practice nurses such...
599 words
1 page
An Overview of the Concepts of Becoming a Nurse
The field extends many opportunities to be a very important part of the health care team. involves direct patient contact and varied skills and abilities. A nurse has a unique opportunity to ensure that they care for a patient's comforts and needs, and can make a difference in every patient's life. Various challenging oppo...
784 words
2 pages
An Analysis of an Advanced Practice Nurse
An advanced practice nurse is described as a nurse with a large amount of clinical knowledge usually to a post-graduate level, with a high amount of skill and experience and wide scope in the practice of nursing. Hamric’s values should not be viewed as knowledge to be used in patient management by themselves, but rather the...
486 words
1 page
An Analysis of the Ethical Aspects and Roles of Nurse Managers in Creating a Collaborative Work Environment
The nurse mangers role in creating a collaborative work environment
The nurse manager is vital in creating an environment where nurse-physician collaboration can occur and is the expected norm. It is she, who clarifies the vision of collaboration, sets an example of and practices as a role model for collaboration. The nurse...
2,103 words
5 pages
A Look at the Nurse Manager's Role in Creating a Collaborative Work Environment
Collaboration 3 The nurse mangers role in creating a collaborative work environment The nurse manager is vital in creating an environment where nurse-physician collaboration can occur and is the expected norm. It is she, who clarifies the vision of collaboration, sets an example of and practices as a role model for collab...
2,104 words
5 pages
An Analysis of Revenge in the Night Nurse by Joyce Carol Oates
An Unforgettable Night After reading Joyce Carol Oates story, “ The Night Nurse,” revenge is what is found. This story starts off by a woman by the name of Grace Burkhardt, collapsing at a shopping mall because of a reason that was unknown at the time. She is taken in an ambulance to a hospital where she undergoes an emerg...
832 words
2 pages
Nurse’s Attitudes Toward Do Not Resuscitate Orders
         Many influences such as cultural background, values, morals, and beliefs bring great force to bear upon almost every decision a person must make throughout an average day whether it be a choice, idea , or action. These influences are used in the formation of attitudes about one's self in general, and about right or...
3,603 words
8 pages
My Dreams
I’m nineteen and I dream that I am a certified nurse assistant and when I retired I will be a teacher. I went to school for eight years to get all my degrees and since I will already have my associates and college degrees, I will just have a master degree to hang on my wall to show my two daughters that they can succeed als...
740 words
2 pages
How My Mother Has Influenced Who I Am Today
“No matter what, I will always be there to support you and if you need anybody to talk to I am here to listen.” This is a phrase that every child wants to hear their mother say to them. I don’t think that anyone could live without having someone to call “mommy”. There is always at least one person in one’s life that influen...
745 words
2 pages
The Fire Inside
Everybody has a fire in their hearts for something, and it is their goal in life to find it and keep it lit. The fire in my heart is for nursing, and I discovered I wanted to be a nurse during my middle and high school years. I have kept it lit by planning and setting more goals in my life. Also, by following the steps how...
745 words
2 pages
The Career of Nursing
Nursing is and always will be a very important career to society.
It is often called the oldest of arts and the youngest of professions.
The history of nursing is synonymous with the history of women, because
they were considered ``born nurses''. I have always been fascinated with
the art of nursing. The satisfaction of hel...
551 words
1 page
A Biography of Henry Henriquez
Henry Henriquez was born august 8 1,993 in El Salvador. He was name after his uncle who died in a war after saving civilians. He was the last son in a family of fourth. He was Born in a poor economic country .His parents left him and his brother with their granny at the age of 7 .His Parents came to united states to give...
514 words
1 page
The Impact of the Institute of Medicine Report on the Future of Nursing
Introduction The institute of medicine (IOM) in collaboration with the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) held a forum on the future of nursing .The initiative explores challenges and opportunities in the nursing profession. On the forum considered innovations in three areas what, how, and where to teach. Nursing prof...
1,309 words
3 pages
A Comparative Analysis of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey and Office Space by Mike Judge
Disobedience is happening everywhere in the world for many different reasons, but when is this defiance acceptable? In the book One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest by Ken Kesey and the movie Office Space directed by .. the suggestion that breaking the rules is suitable is displayed many times. In these instances the two main...
1,062 words
2 pages