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Palliative Care

Palliative care is mainly specialized for the medical care for people living with a serious illness. As these type of care is mainly focused on providing relief from the symptoms and stress of the illness. Palliative care mainly focus to improve the quality of life for both the patient and the family and based on the needs of the patients it is appropriate at any age and any stages in a serious illness, and can be provided along with curative treatment. Palliative care is provided by a team of physicians, nurses, physiotherapists and occupational therapists. 

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Pediatric Nursing

  The nurses who has the specialization in Pediatrics with their knowledge and their skills of caring the children from infancy to the teen year’s children. These nurses have the usually complete advanced training systems which will collaborate closely with the physicians and other health care providers who can share their education towards the children. Nurses with advanced practitioner can be as a Pediatric nurse practitioner by completing a graduate degree from a nursing program that offers PNP education

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Patient Safety

Patient safety is defined as the prevention of errors and adverse effects of the patients which is associated with healthcare. Where healthcare become more effective by using of more technologies, treatment and medicine

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Nursing informatics

Nursing informatics is the specialization and it includes nursing science with multiple healthcare management and analytical sciences to define, identify, information, knowledge, communicate data. It supports nurses, patients, professional healthcare team and consumers. It is also combination of nursing and information systems.

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Oncology Nursing

Oncology nurse is a specialized nurse and they provide nursing care to cancer patients. Oncology nurses work with patients of all ages throughout the process of treatment and they require advanced certifications and clinical experiences in oncology. In addition, an oncology nurse will also educate the patient and their family members across the treatment continuing by guiding the patient in adjusting to the truth of the illness in order to reduce anxiety. Oncology nurse plays a primary role in patient assessment and they are responsible for assessing patients who have presented due to treatment side effects as well as patients pre-during and post-chemotherapy.   

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Mental health Nursing

Mental health nursing is the appointed position of a nurse that specializes in mental health and cares for people of all ages experiencing distress or mental illnesses. Mental health nursing is also known as psychiatric nursing. These include mood disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia disorder, eating disorder, personality disorder, suicidal thoughts paranoia, self-harm and psychosis. Nurses in this area receive specific training in psychological therapies, dealing with challenging behavior, building a therapeutic alliance and the administration of psychiatric medication. 

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Nursing Education

Nursing education is the development of nursing profession, the formal learning and training given to nurses to prepare them to perform their duties. It helps in educating nurses and developing their skills to deliver best services for patients as a nursing care professionals.

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Quality and Safety of Nursing

Patient safety is the cornerstone of high quality health care. Much of the work defining safety and practice that prevent harm have focused on negative outcomes of care. Nurses are critical to surveillance and coordination that reduce such adverse. It will be important for all of society to work and to improve the communication between direct care of nurse and nursing management and administration. 

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Nursing ethics

Nursing ethics which is the branch of applied ethics which concerns with the activities in the field of nursing. The nature of nursing means that ethics of nursing tends to examine the ethics of caring rather than curing which exploring by  every day interaction between the nurse and  the person in care. Ethics are fundamental to nursing 

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