Part 1: Nursing research

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           Part 4: minimum 1 page

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Q 1. Nursing is XXXXX

Q 2. Health is XXXX

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Part 2.doc


Part 1: Nursing research

Suppose you were planning to conduct a statewide project of the work plans and intentions of nonemployed registered nurses in your state (Florida).

1.  Would you ask mostly open-ended questions or closed-ended questions? include:

a. Explain in detail why.

Part 2: Nursing research

1. Which level of measurement would you prefer to utilize for quantitative research? include:

a. Explain in detail why.

Part 3: Pathophysiology


A patient on a medical floor has an indwelling catheter that has been in for 2 weeks.

1. Why are patients with indwelling urinary catheters at an increased risk for urinary tract infections?

In caring for a patient with an indwelling urinary catheter

2.  What nursing actions can be employed to decrease the patient’s risk for the development of a urinary tract infection?

Part 4: Pathophysiology


A 67-year-old female patient presents to the emergency room you work at complaining of shortness of breath and pain on the right side of her chest. Upon auscultation of the lung field during the physical check, you note flatness and diminished breath sounds over the right lung. Her temperature is 101.3°F.

1. What are the possible causes of her symptoms?

2. What tests might you expect to be ordered to determine the specific cause of this patient’s symptoms? Why?

This patient’s husband tells you that he does not understand why she feels short of breath.

3.  How might you explain to him the lung physiology that underlies her symptoms?

Part 5: Health Care policy


1. Who are the stakeholders both in support of and in opposition to medicinal cannabis use? include

a. Give 2 examples of why stakeholders in support of medicinal cannabis use

b. Give 2 examples of why  stakeholders  in opposition of  medicinal cannabis use

2. What does current medical/nursing research say regarding the increasing use of medicinal cannabis?

3. What are the implications based on the current prescribed rate of cannabis for

a.  The policy

b. Legal

c. Future nursing practice