literature evidence that addresses the competencies and potential roles for nurses to respond to disasters preparedness. Public health nursing is a specialty that concentrates on working to improve the overall While the literature search failed to discover any study that has investigated the role of the coronary care nurse in its entirety it was able to identify 10 studies [1322, unrelated to thrombolysis care, that have investigated some aspects of the coronary care nursing role.
The review highlighted that the role of the coronary care nurse can be Similarly, De Broe et al (2001), in a rapid and systematic review on the role of specialist nurses in MS, could not provide statistical evidence to support the value of the role.
Other literature published since 2003, although not primary research, support the evolving and expanding nature of this role. This article is part of a wider study entitled Value of Nursing, and contains the literature search from electronic databases. Key words for the search included 'values of nursing 'values in nursing 'organisational values' and 'professional identity Thirtytwo primary reports published in English between 2000 and 2006 were identified.
Running head: LITERATURE REVIEW Literature Review Western Governors University Literature Review The professional setting is a public healthcare facility that has licensed for 1, 395 beds and budgeted to staff 745 bed.
This facility provides emergency, inpatient, and outpatient services with 714 fulltime physicians and 900 registered nurses The findings of this review have implications for policy makers in recruitment and retention in determining the global value of nursing.
This article is part of a wider study entitled Value of Nursing, and contains the literature search from electronic databases. THE ROLE OF THE NURSE PRACTITIONER IN THE PATIENT CENTERED MEDICAL. HOME. By. Review of Literature 3 Nurse Practitioner Role: Current Evidence.
11. legislation, and theory in health care reform and the role of the nurse practitioner. Review of Literature Primary Care. In Literature Reviews, it is Not Appropriate to: State your own opinions on the subject (unless you have evidence to support such claims).
State what you think nurses should do (unless you have evidence to support such claims). Provide long descriptive accounts of your subject with no reference to research studies.
Your literature review gives readers an understanding of the scholarly research on your topic. In your literature review you will: demonstrate that you are a wellinformed scholar with expertise and knowledge in the field by giving an overview of the current state of the literature discussion, the focus will be mentoring of nurses new to the faculty role. Although mentee and protg are used interchangeably in the literature, mentee will be used to refer to the one being mentored (NLN, 2008).
Thompson, 2003). A literature review was conducted to address this issue. II. LITERATURE REVIEW PROCESS An evaluation of the peerreviewed literature generated from PsycINFO with various combinations of the terms decisionmaking, judgment, clinical, novice, and nursing was carried out.
Throughout the 21st century, the role of nurse has evolved significantly. Nurses work in a variety of settings, including the hospital, the classroom, the community health department, the business sector, home health care, and the laboratory. Nursing Research; A separate review of the literature on ethics in nursing policy was not performed, in the belief that policy issues would emerge from consideration of the other three domains (clinical practice, education, and research).
Therefore, this study aimed to systematically review the literature regarding nursing leadership and its possible influence on the process of implementing EBP. Leadership versus EBP Implementation The presence and the characteristics of nurse leaders and their influence on EBP implementation has recently attracted a great deal of attention.