Care Essay Topics

Improve end-of-life care

Advocacy to improve end-of-life care and decision-making for patients over the past twenty-five years has frequently turned to the law as a source of protection and procedural innovation. There has been a deliberate strategy to use the legal system to improve the outcome for patients at the end of life by means of courts of… View Article

The Effectiveness of Breakfast in the Day Care Center

I used to work at day care center as one of the assistants. A change that was made while I worked there was that the center began serving breakfast to the children who were brought in early in the morning. The reason for this change was that there was a problem with getting parents to… View Article

Health & Social Care

Ai) What is meant by ‘duty of care’. Health and social care organisations have what is called a duty of care towards the people they look after. That means that they must do everything they can to keep the people in their care safe from harm. It is not only the care establishment that needs… View Article

Care provided to victims

Crisis intervention is care provided to victims of a crisis to help them adapt to the new challenges facing them. It is an urgent action taken to assist people overcome trauma resulting from a crisis. A crisis results from disruption of life, as we are accustomed. These disruptions present huge challenges to victims. In response… View Article

What is important in the end-of-life care?

This paper is devoted to study of person’s experience of dying in nursing home and the importance of attention to cultural and spiritual needs when it happens. The main focus is on a story of a 15-year-old boy Michael Cantos who has recurrent metastatic Ewing sarcoma and his family getting along with that terrible diagnosis…. View Article

From Foster Care to Prison

Young adults who leave the child-welfare system at age eighteen face steeper challenges in becoming independent adults than those who stay in foster care. National studies have found that young people who “age out” of the child-welfare system at eighteen are three times more likely to be unemployed and not enrolled in school than young… View Article

A Great Way to Care

In chapter fifteen ”2b or Not 2b? ” of ”They Say / I Say”, David Crystal provides arguments in favour of text messaging. Crystal tries to prove his point that text messaging is not destroying the English language with great research, a lot of examples and a clear organization. As the author himself puts it,… View Article

Improving Wound and Pressure Area Care in a Nursing Home

In Sprakes and Tyrer’s (2010) research article entitled “Improving Wound and Pressure Area Care in a Nursing Home”, the effectiveness of wound and pressure ulcer management was examined. The rate of wounds and pressure ulcers in a nursing home is often an indicator of the quality of care received as these injuries can lead to… View Article

Health care challenges

Our country is set to face a new way of managing health which could potentially change the environment on how nurses deliver care. As our nation prepares for the implementation of Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, nursing as a healing profession has to be open to what the future of health management holds. The… View Article

Prince Case Study

Over the years Prince has proven themselves as an industry leader in tennis racquets and equipment that has transformed the game of tennis through their innovations. They have proven themselves as innovators through their development of the first synthetic gut string and many other things that have met the levels of all tennis players. As… View Article

Regulatory Agency Paper

The industry in healthcare requires that its foundation in leadership is to follow procedures, rules, and regulations, which will help an organization, succeed in their leadership role in healthcare. This paper will identify important aspects of governmental or other agency such as Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) that governs the health… View Article

Quality of Life for the Patient and Family

Quality of life has a different meaning for everyone. Many personal thoughts and feelings can come into play when caring for others during the end stages of life. However as a nurse and caregiver, these opinions must be put aside at this significant time. For some health care providers, we may feel that keeping the… View Article

Hospitals are Driving toward a Leaner Organization

To obtain sustainable organizational efficiency and service quality, many hospitals have adopted an Open Systems Perspective by using “lean management” procedures borrowed from leading car manufacturers, in an effort to “reduce and remove waste from work processes”. These processes improved organizational efficiency reduced costs and provided better patient care. i What ‘seems’ to be the… View Article

Compassion Fatigue

The idea of caring for others is the motivating reason that draws most people into nursing. The concept of being a supportive part of a person’s health care needs is exactly the cause of compassion fatigue. Compassion fatigue can hit the best of nurses. Nurses who are highly driven and detail oriented are at a… View Article

Effective and prefessioanl communication in nursing

Today, nurses and midwives in their professional practice need to communicate in many different ways, maintain an open minded attitude that will allow for superior preparation in nursing assessments and in practice and provide person centred care. They are also required to demonstrate their capacity to think critically about issues, organise ideas logically, take action… View Article