Authors

Nicole Woods

Publication Date

2017

Abstract

Current heart failure guidelines place equivalent emphasis on heart failure management via medication therapy and self-care monitoring. Heart failure self-care is complex. Nurses in the acute care setting often provide education on symptom recognition and responses (Albert, Cohen, Liu, Best, Aspinwall, & Pratt, 2015; Rasmusson, Flattery, & Bass, 2015). This scholarly project aims to fill the current gaps in education focusing upon students’ ability to adapt guidelines and facillitate education to meet specific patient needs.

Subjects

Heart failure; Intensive care nursing; Nursing students; Nursing--Study and teaching

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NRS 544: Nursing Education in the Academic Environment Practicum

Peer-Reviewed

No

Document Type

Master's Project

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Nursing Commons

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