This mixed-methods research study provides a detailed analysis of the prevalence of poor eating habits, obesity, and type 2 diabetes among nursing professionals, as well as the reasons behind these health problems. The study's findings suggest the need for interventions aimed at promoting healthy lifestyles among nursing professionals, and provide insights into the role of healthcare organizations in promoting healthy eating habits and physical activity.
This essay sample explores the module on Introduction to Evidence-Based Practice and provides an in-depth analysis of how acute pain can be effectively managed for adult medical patients in hospitals. The essay discusses the use of evidence-based practices to identify, assess, and treat acute pain in hospital settings, and provides practical recommendations for healthcare professionals to manage pain effectively.
This sample provides an insightful reflection on interprofessional working and service user involvement in clinical practice. The essay uses Gibbs (2007) reflective model to analyze the author's experiences as a shift coordinator during their placement. The author highlights the challenges faced due to understaffing and limited resources, but emphasizes the importance of effective communication and teamwork to provide safe and effective care to service users. The essay also highlights the author's personal growth and learning through the reflection process, which has improved their confidence and competency in nursing practice. The use of British Sign Language and an interpreter to communicate with service users with hearing problems is also highlighted, emphasizing the importance of inclusive and person-centered care. The author's positive feedback from their supervisor serves as a testament to their efforts and demonstrates the impact of reflective practice in nursing.