Nursing is the profession of looking after people who are ill. She had no aptitude for nursing Does the nursing staff seem to care?. the job or skill of looking after people who are ill, injured, or old. Health-care profession providing physical and emotional care to the sick and disabled and promoting health in all individuals through activities including research, health education, and patient consultation. Nursing gained recognition in the 19th century with the activities of Florence Nightingale. Many nurses have specialties (e.g., psychiatry, critical care). Nurse-practitioners, clinical nurse specialists, nurse-anesthetists, and nurse-midwives undertake tasks traditionally performed by physicians. Nursing degrees go as high as the doctorate, and staff positions include administration. In addition to health-care settings, nurses practice in schools, the military, industry, and private homes. Community (public health) nurses educate the public on topics such as nutrition and disease prevention
A residence that provides a room, meals, and help with activities of daily living and recreation Generally, nursing home residents have physical or mental problems that keep them from living on their own They usually require daily assistance
Today's nursing home is for the young and the old It is for those who expect to recover as well as for those who will need long term nursing care The nursing homes are usually Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) Intermediate Care Facilities (ICF), Mental Health Care Facilities or Child Care Facilities Some nursing facilities include specially designed areas for patients with Alzheimer's
A private establishment that provides living quarters and care for the elderly or the chronically ill. a place where people who are old and ill can live and be looked after = old people's home. Facility for care (usually long-term) of patients who are not sick enough to need hospital care but are not able to remain at home. Historically, most residents were elderly or ill or had chronic irreversible and disabling disorders, and medical and nursing care was minimal. Today nursing homes have a more active role in health care, helping patients prepare to live at home or with a family member when possible. They help conserve expensive hospital facilities for the acutely ill and improve the prospects of the chronically disabled. However, quality of care varies widely, and the potential for abuse exists
A facility that provides care to a person who is not able to remain home alone due to physical health problems, mental health problems or functional disabilities A broad term which encompasses a range of facilities from privately-owned adult residential care homes to community hospitals and government-operated institutions
A facility that provides room and board and a planned, continuous medical treatment program, including 24-hour-per-day skilled nursing care, personal care, and custodial care Most policies identify and define the specific requirements for a entity to be accepted as a "Nursing Home Facility "
When a baby nurses or when its mother nurses it, it feeds by sucking milk from its mother's breast. Most authorities recommend letting the baby nurse whenever it wants. young women nursing babies Young people and nursing mothers are exempted from charges. = suckle see also nursery nurse, nursing, wet nurse
A person licensed by the state to provide health care services, typically under the supervision of a physician A registered nurse is one who has graduated from a state-approved school of nursing, has passed the professional nursing state board examination and has been granted a license to practice in a given state A licensed practical nurse is one who has graduated from a school of practical nursing and has passed the practical nursing state board examination
one skilled in caring for young children or the sick (usually under the supervision of a physician) try to cure by special care of treatment, of an illness or injury; "He nursed his cold with Chinese herbs"
A person with special training in the care of patients with various medical problems As part of the brain-injury team, nurses also have special training and experience in caring for patients with diseases and injuries of the brain and spinal cord
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