There are multiple issuesand concerns with health care in Canada, branching from the outspread ofdiseases to the flaws in the health system. In my opinion, the lack ofattention on mental health as well as the difficulty in accessing healthcare inCanada are concerning making them important health care issues. Mydefinition of accessing health services encompasses the …

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In today’s nursing profession, culturally competent nursing care is increasingly important. According to the United States Census Bureau (2012) minorities currently account for approximately 37% of the U.S. population. It is projected that the minority population will grow to 57% by the year 2060 (United States Census Bureau, 2012). Nurses are expected to provide culturally …

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Nursing students in their first clinical experience often encounter stressful situations and face unique challenges. To help students prepare for their transition into practice, both faculty and nurses in this clinical setting need an in-depth understanding of what nursing students are thinking and feeling in their first-year and their first placement of their first year …

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Thisessay will focus on scenario 5. It will discuss the illustrated inherenttensions in values and evidence shared decision-making and professionalidentity in nursing. This will include confronting inappropriate behaviour constructively, dehumanising patients by labeling them and the use ofprofessional barriers and setting an expectation for interactions. It will alsooutline the comment on the ideas of the …

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Nurseshave a responsibility to provide the highest level of care possible to anypatient this is outlined in the basic nursing ethics. Four mostimportant principles are beneficence, nonmaleficence, autonomy, and justice (McKinney, James, Murray, Nelson, &Ashwill, 2013). Beneficence is providing and promoting good for all patients. Nonmaleficence is avoid riskingand causing harm to others (McKinney et …

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Assessing practicelearning is a vital component within pre-registration education programme.Duffy (2004) stated that mentors must ensure that clinical skills are assessedas a required standard. Mentors are required to support student’s learning inan interpersonal environment and assess and judge their proficiency. The publichave a right to expect that qualified health and social care professional willbe safe, …

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