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Lydia Hall’s Nursing Theory- Core, Care and Cure Model for Geriatric Care

Lydia Hall’s nursing theory—Core, Care and Cure Model—is client-centered (Anonuevo et al., 2000). Hall’s metaparadigm centers on the following: on person as the...

Charting for Nurses

The Nursing profession involves legalities when it comes to caring clients in all groups. These legal issues can only straighten when there is accurate...

Nurses Code of Ethics

As a service-oriented profession, nursing should have a foundation of ethical principles in delivering nursing care to clients throughout the lifespan. As a profession...
Levine’s Four Conservation Principles in the Bio-Behavioral Pain Management

Levine’s Four Conservation Principles in the Bio-Behavioral Pain Management

Myra Estrin Levine’s “The Four Conservation Principles of Nursing”. The four major assertions of this model state that nursing intervention is based on the...

What is a Nursing Theory?

Warning: You might be overwhelmed by this topic. It might cause epistaxis to some but don’t get me wrong, theoretical foundations in nursing was...

Physical Assessment Components

The purpose of physical assessment is to acquire physical and mental information on the patient. This information will assist the nurse to determine proper...

What is (NCP) Nursing Care Plan?

The third phase of the nursing process is planning. It is when problems are prioritized, goals and desired outcomes are formulated, nursing interventions are...

Nursing Process

Nursing process is a scientific process which is a foundation, the essential tool, and the enduring skill that has characterized nursing from the beginning...
Health Teaching in Community Health Nurses

Is Health Teaching a Must?

Way back our nursing student days; I can still recall how well-known the word “health teaching” was. Every time we have our hospital duty,...
FDAR Charting for nurses

FDAR Charting – How Nurses Do It

Focus charting or simply termed as F-DAR is a kind of documentation utilizing the nursing process and involves the four steps: assessment, planning, implementation...

Nurse – Roles and Functions

A nurse is a professional who is focused in health related issues and views man as a whole being. The most important tool in...
nursing documentation and report

Nursing Documentation and Reporting: Do’s and Don’ts

Nursing documentation is responsible for keeping the legal record of the patient, which is known as the patient’s chart, regarding his personal information and...