Analysis of The Derived Theory of Smoking Relapse

This 7 page paper evaluates the derived theory of smoking relapse in respect to nursing. A model found in Chinn & Kramer's Theory of Nursing is utilized for analysis. Various elements of the theory are discussed inclusive of its importance and accessibility. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Nursing Theory

28 pages in length. The writer discusses seven separate issues: Nursing's Ways of Knowing; Nursing's Body of Knowledge; What is Nursing Theory?; Analysis and Critique of Nursing Theory; Analysis and Critique of Family Nursing Theory; Nursing Theory and Research; and Nursing Theory and Practice. Bibliography lists 21 sources.

The Environmental Issue of Secondhand Smoke: The Implications for Pediatric Nursing

This 10 page paper considers the issue of secondhand smoke and the impact on the health of young children. This paper considers the current research regarding the impact of secondhand smoke and health risks for pediatric patients and attempts to determine the role that nurses can take in reducing the health risks because of this environmental factor. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Secondhand Smoke & Nursing Intervention

A 10 page research paper on the dangerous effects of secondhand smoke and some of the measures that nursing professionals can/should take to educate patients and to protect non-smokers. It is stressed that nursing students in particular, should make an effort to better-educate themselves about the ails of environmental tobacco smoke (ETS). Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Community Nursing: Positive Impacts on Nutrition and Lifestyle

A 5 page consideration of a case study involving an impoverished rural community suffering from poor nutrition and various smoking-related respiratory problems. The community nurse proposes a food co-op and an educational smoking intervention plan. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Nursing Research Studies on Smoking Cessation

A 10 page paper which examines current nursing research and findings regarding smoking cessation (quitting smoking). Bibliography lists 7 sources.

Rogers & Watson

A 6 page paper discussing the two different nursing theories that are held by Martha Rogers and Jean Watson. These theories of nursing are based on the 4 major concepts of nurse theory, which are person, environment, health, and nursing. Each of the theories held by these women is presented and then is followed by a comparisona and contrast of each opinion. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Theories Of Albert Bandura

Bandura's concepts are compared with other theorists' such as Lawler and Piaget in this 11 page analysis. Bandura's premise that self-efficacy expectations are the most important influences on motivation is highlighted. All theories are discussed as related to the nursing profession and the key elements of individualism, environment, society and health are discussed in relationship to nursing and Bandura's theories. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

A Concept Analysis Paper On Anxiety

This 15 page paper outlines a concept analysis of anxiety. This paper recognizes that concept analysis not only provides insight into the impacts of a certain concept on the development of nursing protocols, but also promotes understanding of the application of a concept in the development of both nursing theory and nursing practice. Bibliography lists 15 sources.

Leininger Transcultural Nursing Issues

A 9 page paper that has four parts. The first reports the major components of Leininger’s transcultural nursing theory; the second discusses a real case with the application of Leininger’s theory; the third part discusses ethical, social, political, and economic factors related to the theory; and the last second discuss benefits and limitations. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Imogene King: Critique of Her Nursing Theory

A 5 page outline of Imogene King's "General Systems Framework" theory. Developed during the mid 1960s and first published in 1971, this theory emphasizes the importance of the interaction between nurses and patients. Views this interaction as an open system which is in constant interaction with a variety of environmental factors. Points out the applicability of this theory to nursing today. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Jean Watson’s Nursing Theory Of Caring

An 8 page paper that explains and discusses Watson’s theory of caring, how it originated, who influenced her, the components of the theory, and how it can be applied. The paper also discusses how this theory is appropriate to use with children undergoing dialysis and their families. 1 graphic included in page count. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

The NCLEX-RN Success And Utility For Associate Nursing Degree Graduates

This 7 page paper considers the nature of the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses and considers the benefits that can be derived from this licensure test as well as the positive impacts of prelicensure test preparation. In addition, this paper also presents current issues surrounding the question of NCLEX-RN testing and the impacts of problems like cheating on the success of this testing process. Bibliography lists 9 sources. Nclex-rn.wps

Lesson Derived from Mentoring

A 3 page research paper that describes the benefits that student derived from following a mentor's advice to pursue certification in emergency nursing. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Smoking during Pregnancy

This 5 page paper provides an overview of cigarette smoking during pregnancy. This paper is written from a nursing perspective. Bibliography lists 5 sources.