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    Pediatric patients in hospital settings are unquestionably in a defenseless position and are highly reliant on nurses to provide for their individual needs. In the poem above, not only was the pediatric patient’s needs met, but also the nurse showed caring qualities that made the patient feel comforted. As a pediatric nurse, caring is a quality that is imperative to include along with nursing interventions to provide holistic care for a patient. Caring holds significant value to us professionally

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    Patient satisfaction has been considered as when patients feel that their needs and expectations are being met by the services provided. Some of the important factors which are strongly effective, are included: availability of out-of-hours care, doctor’s style, care delivery and continuity of care. All of these happen when there is a good communication between doctors and their patients. Clear understanding of the patients' concerns as well as an accurate clinical diagnosis. Doctor and patient’s

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    You brought up a very important message that I believe is the cause of patient harm, nurse dissatisfaction, and administration dissatisfaction. Communication between the different units of the hospital, as well as with administration is not the focus. Through-put times are the major focus at this time, and another way to withhold payment to the healthcare facilities. The focus being on how fast one can move a patient and patient satisfaction scores have further hindered the ability of even the best

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    of nurse to patient ratios has remained a consistent focus of controversy in the medical community. Nurses, physicians, patients, CEO’s and countless other individuals, have questioned the growing concern with patient safety and patient outcomes. Laying at the root of this concern, is the ever growing unease for patient safety based on the number of patients a nurse cares for during one shift. Hinno (2011) states “Knowledge of the relationship between nurse staffing and adverse patient outcomes is

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    Patients Experience and Patients Satisfaction While the explicit study of the effect of patient experience and satisfaction has been limited, many scholars have explored the relationship between aspects of patients’ experience during their stay at hospitals or health centers and their satisfaction ratings. Most of this literature focused on patient centered care and its various manifestations from physicians’ communications to nursing attention time spent per patient. Tables 2 and 3 presents the

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    The business operation I am going to discuss is patient advocacy. Patient advocacy is an effort to protect and/or defend patients; taken on by individuals, organizations, or groups. Therefore, advocacy is standing for or with a patient that have particular challenges or health concerns. Patient advocacy may include educating the patient and family, affecting public policies, and joining associations. Professional patient advocates heave often worked as social workers, case managers, nurses, or

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    Introduction Patient Education is dedicated to patients and the education we should be providing as health care professional on a day-to-day basis. Patient Education is one of more important jobs we do in our career as nurses. Children with chronic health problems or diseases such as on a pediatric hematology/oncology unit, require skilled, home-based care by parents, supported by professionals. However, once patients are discharged, it is evident that there is a continuous need for online resources

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    This essay will discuss patient centred care and some of the main principles associated to it. It will also discuss why patient centred care is so important in nursing and acknowledges that there will always be opportunities and times when these principles can continually be improved upon and developed through further training and education. Gerteis et al (1993) suggests there are 7 dimensions of patient centred care. These involve respect, preferences and expressed need, coordination and integration

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    Patient Centered Care Providing patient centered care each and every time I am in the hospital is something that I hold to a very high esteem for myself and everyone I work with. My preceptor and I both think it is very important to treat patients like they are our own family member or friend, so there are many examples I could give for how I exhibited patient centered care while I completed my senior practicum on 5200/5300. Perhaps the most memorable from my time on this floor was when I had a

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    Nurse Patient Ratio and Patient Outcomes Nurse staffing have an effect on a variety of areas within nursing. Quality of care is usually affected. Hospitals with low staffing tend to have higher incidence of poor patient outcomes. Martin, (2015) wrote an article on how insufficient nursing staff increases workload and job dissatisfaction, which in effect decreases total patient care over all. When nurse staffing is inadequate, the ability to practice ethically becomes questionable. Time worked, overtime

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