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Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Economics in nursing. It needs to be at least 750 words.actice reveals that consensus is yet to be arrived for introducing uniform working standard
Hello, I am looking for someone to write an essay on Economics in nursing. It needs to be at least 750 words.
actice reveals that consensus is yet to be arrived for introducing uniform working standard for nurses in the US, which adversely affects nursing practice.
According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing [AACN], “nursing education and the profession have an unparalleled opportunity and capability to address the clinical issues that face the nation’s current health care system.”
(American association of colleges of nursing, 2007). However, there is prolonged resentment among nurse graduates for not recognizing their worth in medical delivery system and disparity in their educational standards, which is worth analyzing. Initial professional education of nurses in the United States was given in hospital schools and the system was established in the early 1870 that continued as late as 1945 with 99 percent of registered nurses (RNs) enrolling under this system. Young women aspiring to become nurses lived within the hospital, with an apprenticeship, “for a period ranging from six months to three years and learned how to nurse by practicing required skills on the institution’s patients.” (Lynaugh, 2006, p.4). The “Armstrong Bill” [eventually known as Nurse Practice Act] passed by the New York State Assembly on April 20, 1903, with the effort New York State Nurses’ Association and Rochester’s leading nurses, that gave certified nurses the title “Registered Nurses (RNs),” is an important milestone in the professionalization of nursing. (The Nursing Practice Act - the Armstrong act of 1903, n.d.) Advances in medical care, longer life expectancy, and baby boom after World War II “dramatically changed health care needs of the US population” that prompted changes in nursing practice, which in turn necessitated transformation of nursing curriculum and training needs. Major transformations in the US nursing education system took place after World War II, as ‘during the late 1940s and 1950s federal and state governments passed