"Who Cares for Nurses" Analytical Essay by Neatwriter

"Who Cares for Nurses"
A critique of the "Collegian" nursing research article, "Who Cares for Nurses" written by Cecil Deans.
# 61480 | 1,718 words | 8 sources | MLA | 2004 | US
Published on Oct 09, 2005 in Medical and Health (Nursing) , English (Analysis)


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This paper discusses the article written by Cecil Deans, "Who Cares for Nurses", published in "Collegian". The paper explains Deans' opinion that North American healthcare settings are very violent places to work and many institutions are not providing their practitioners with sufficient protection. The paper claims that some facilities even look the other way, all at the expense of the mental and physical well-being of their nursing staff. The paper highlights Deans' main purpose for carrying out this study - to bring the issue to the attention of those who can rectify the situation.
Outline
Introduction
Rationale for Relevance to Nursing/Clinical Practice
Problem Definition or Purpose
Literature Review
Sampling Protocols
Data Collection Strategies
Data Analysis Strategies
Interpretation of Findings, Conclusions, Recommendations
Ethical Issues
Essay's General Presentation
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"According to Antai-Otong (2001), "Workplace violence is at epidemic levels and grips our society. Workplace murder is the leading cause of death in working women (35% of all female workplace deaths) and the second leading cause of death in working men" (125). Furthermore, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics figures for 1995 showed that 1,071 workers were murdered in the workplace in 1994; the incidence of workplace murders is just one aspect of workplace violence though. "There is growing recognition that all employees face some exposure to violence, by virtue of association with co-workers and client populations. Some data show an estimated 2 million people in the United States are assaulted each year by co-workers and 6.3 million are threatened by co-workers" (Antai-Otong 2001:125). Certainly, violence and assault can take place in any type of work setting regardless of the occupation of the group; however, Chenier (1998) notes that these incidents are rarely isolated, but that there are few employers with preventive programs in place to sufficiently address the needs of their workplace."

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