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Nursing Process and HIV/AIDS
A look at the four major components of the nursing process as they apply to the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
# 118508 | 1,154 words | 3 sources | APA | 2010 | US


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Description:

The paper examines several journal articles that explore the nursing process as it is being utilized with regard to HIV/AIDS. The paper discusses the four steps in the nursing process: the assessment, the planning, the implementation and the evaluation, and their implications for HIV/AIDS patients. The paper believes that this process is of vital importance in modern medicine, especially when considering illnesses such as HIV/AIDS.

Outline:
Introduction
Literature Review
Assessment
Planning
Implementation
Evaluation
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"The quality of life for people suffering from HIV/AIDS has advanced significantly since the disease was first discovered in the early 1980s. Since the disease is, at present, incurable, significant effort has been poured into research that identifies quality of life factors for affected patients. By identifying these factors, the nursing profession can focus on increasing them in the attempt to improve patient care. The nursing process itself entails the delivery of care to patients and is supported by various models and philosophies. This process is ongoing in nature and only ends when the given problem is solved. However, in the case of HIV/AIDS, this process is never completed except with the death of the affected patient. Far from being focused entirely on medical needs, the nursing process also takes the patients social and emotional needs into account."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Clingerman, E.C. (2004). Physical Activity, Social Support, and Health-Related Quality of Life Among Persons With HIV Disease. Journal of Community Health Nursing, 21(3), 179-197.
  • Corless, I.B., Nicholas, P.K., Davis, S.M., Dolan, S.A., & McGibbon, C.A. (2005). Symptom Status, Medication, Adherence, and Quality of Life in HIV Disease. Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing, 7(3), 129-138.
  • Yang, M., Chen, Y., Kuo, B.I., & Wang, K. (2003). Quality of Life and Related Factors for People Living With HIV/AIDS in Northern Taiwan. Journal of Nursing Research, 11(3), 217-226.

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