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Unformatted text preview: Sojung Suk Present specific ways in which the concepts central to the domain of nursing will likely influence your practice of nursing in a constantly changing health care system. Todays health care systems are modifying their figure continuously in shape, quantity, quality and dimension. Ellis and Hartley illustrates that the health care system reverberate with dynamic revolution. The subject, not thing but the main body who are vigorously producing an effect is nurses. We, nurses, are the heart of the ever-changing health care system and have to comprehend the key concepts to utilize for better patient care. The chief concept in center of the domain of my nursing is person, my patient. According to Ellis and Hartley, religious groups who considered near-death patients life to be very crucial, laid the foundations of the hospices care in England. Likewise, because my nursing practice is based on my faith, patient-oriented principle, the patients need is highest priority. Above all of the patients needs, on my faith, patient-oriented principle, the patients need is highest priority....
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