The interdisciplinary team of which the nurse plays an integral role is an

The interdisciplinary team of which the nurse plays

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people and institutions with whom they interact.” The interdisciplinary team, of which the nurse plays an integral role, is an example of evidence based practice that influences the patient’s environment. With a thorough and multi-discipline assessment, appropriate and effective interventions can be implemented, changing the social environment, thus improving the patient’s outcome.
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CONCLUSION A professional nurse must alter the environment to effect change in their health and promote optimal health (Zborowsky, 2014).
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REFERENCES CONTINUED Gonzalo, A. (2019 April 7 Environmental Theory of Florence Nightingale Retrieved from ntal-theory/?fbclid=IwAR3A4W-N3lMZFzOpoCu1a3rtcUUoqHYy ENkqnPUBqu_yRt2v8VM-1FRMKzI#personal-cleanliness Grand Canyon University (Ed). (2018). Dynamics in nursing: Art & science of professional practice. Retrieved from ience-of-professional-practice High hospital noise levels lead to slower patient recovery. (n.d.). Retrieved from 11/hospital-noise
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REFERENCES CONTINUED McEwen, M. (2007). Application of theory in nursing practice. In M. McEwen & E. M. Wills (Eds.), Theoretical basis for nursing (2nd ed.) (pp. 411-433). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. Nightingale, F. (1859). Notes on nursing: What it is and what it is not . London, United Kingdom: Harrison & Sons. Whitney, S. (2008) Dynamics in nursing, Art and science of professional practice. Retrieved from - canyon-university/2018/dynamics-in-nursing_art-an d-science-of-professional-practice_1e.php
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