Nursing Education and Research
Nursing is one of the major healthcare professions that focus the care of every individual who seek medical help. Nursing Education comprises both theoretical and practical training especially providing for the nursing students to enhance their knowledge and skills. The nurse educators should transfer the key medical knowledge from nursing research to clinical practice for better nursing and health care quality. This field of medicine has become the major category in present world as the demand of healthcare professionals are more.
Nursing Care and Interventions
All nursing practice and new interventions are implemented to enhance the health of the patients by providing the physiological and psychological care. The nurse professionals are certified as Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) or Registered Nurses and they are trained to meet the needs of the patients, interpret, develop and formulate the diagnostic and treatment plan with the help of the Nursing Interventions. There is a standardised research-based system called the nursing interventions classification system is a comprehensive consist the actions performed by Nurses. An intervention or nursing practice is a treatment performed by nurses based on the clinical judgement to enhance the patient outcomes. The collective goal of nursing and its interventions is to get the rapid recovery of the patients from their illness.
Medicine and Healthcare
Medicine is a branch of science that deals with diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, and prevention of diseases. The medical practitioners and nurses should have a social commitment to help the patient re-establish wellbeing by proper action and treatment of the disease. Traditional medicine applications are being used for the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases and modern medical methods encounter difficulty in reaching the public and being expensive. So, traditional medicine methods are preferred to modern medical methods and it can be used more frequently in rural areas.
Emergency and Critical Care Nursing
Emergency nursing is one of the major nursing professions that focuses on medical emergencies in order to avoid lasting disability or death of the patient. And the critical care nursing/nurses provide an intense care to critically ill or severely unstable patients following an extensive injury, surgery or life-threatening disorders. The important skills they must have includes the observing power and decision-making skill. The researches and interventions in emergency and critical nursing is very important as they deal with serve medical conditions.
Women and Midwifery Care
The midwives are mainly acting to support the women in childbirth. They provide care to women during pregnancy and childbirth and some also provide primary care related to reproductive health. This physiological care includes the gynaecological/Pregnancy examination, contraceptive counselling to control emotions, promotion of normal/natural birth, accessing medical care, detection of complication in mother and child and delivery care. Midwives and women healthcare providers have vast knowledge in reproductive education in nutrition, fertility, contraception, breastfeeding, pregnancy health, and quality infant care. They also have important roles in education and health counselling not only for the women but also for the family and community. Apart from this a women healthcare nurse provides specific care in the menstrual cycle, pregnancy, menopause and many other problems facing by women.
Mental Health and Psychiatric Nursing
Psychiatric nursing or mental health nursing is a specialty of nursing where nurses’ cares for the people of all ages suffering with mental distress, like Psychosis, dementia praecox, manic-depressive healthcare problem, depression or dementia. Being a mental health nurse is not that simple, it may be an emotionally exhausting job furthermore and is much appreciated too. Their major role is to monitor the patients progress and behaviour to ensure that the treatment and interventions is effective. The researches or case studies that belongs to this session will help in the progression of mentally challenged individuals.
Pediatrics and Neonatal Nursing
Paediatric and neonatal nursing is the medical care for neonates and children who suffers childhood illness. The main goal of pediatric and neonatal nursing is to lower the infant and child mortality rates, promote healthy lifestyle and help ease their problems. The major concern of pediatric and neonatal nursing are congenital defects, genetic variance and developmental issues. Pediatric nurses work with medical specialists, healthcare professionals, and sub-specialist in paediatrics to aid children with problems.
Cancer patients are taken care of by oncology nurses. These nurses require advanced certifications and clinical experiences apart from the usual degree in oncology to provides a better care. They are employed to support the patients with proper screenings and other preventive practices, symptom management, care to retain their normal functioning and supportive measures. The number of cancer patients are increasing on a high rate therefore innovative researches is a need of the hour.
Cardiac nurses take care of patients who suffer from various conditions of the cardiovascular system by helping to treat conditions such as unstable angina, cardiomyopathy, coronary artery disease, congestive heart failure, myocardial infarction and cardiac dysrhythmia under the guidance of a professional cardiologist. The major duties of a cardiovascular nurse include postoperative care on a surgical unit, stress test observations, cardiac monitoring, vascular monitoring, and health care assessments. They must know the proper usage of electrocardiogram monitoring, defibrillation, and medication administration by continuous intravenous drip.
Medical Surgical Nursing
Medical surgical nursing deals with various health issues and handles patients who are recovering from surgery. It is considered as the largest group of nursing professionals in the field. Long back, most of the hospital nurses were considered as a medical-surgical nurse, but today licensed medical-surgical nurses work in different positions, inpatient wards, critical care departments, administration, outpatient surgical wards, home nursing care, ambulatory surgical care, and skilled nursing homes. Some military medical-surgical nurses serve even on battlefields.
Clinical nurses are advanced practice registered nurses who hold a master’s or doctoral degree in a specialized area of nursing practice to examine complex health problems, identity a solution or treatment plan, and observe and interpret clinical data in conjunction with other health professionals. The demand for clinical nurses is expected to grow rapidly (31%) by the end of 2022. Years of research have led to the discovery of innovative techniques for the reduction of complex health issues in the same field.
Palliative Care Nursing
Palliative care is specialized medical care that provides the best possible quality of life for patients with serious illness. This is mainly intended to provide relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness. The patients receive support and care from a team of doctors, nurses and other specialists who work together with a patient’s other doctors to provide an extra layer of support. They work specially for the patient’s needs and not based on their prognosis. It is not meant for an age group but for all who suffer from serious illness.
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