In the literature review section, we are changing the verb to past tense

* After a student successfully defends Chapter I (the Project Proposal),

The initial review of the literature is then moved into Chapter II with a section replacing the initial review of the literature in Chapter I entitled Literature Synopsis.

In the literature review section, we are changing the verb
to past tense

* After a student successfully defends Chapter I (the Project Proposal),

The initial review of the literature
is then moved into Chapter II with a section replacing the initial review of the literature in Chapter
I entitled Literature Synopsis.

The Literature Synopsis section in Chapter I presents a summary of literature review findings in Chapter II once the literature review is completed in Chapter II.

*STUDENT SAMPLE ON ANOTHER TOPIC*

Literature Synopsis



The literature review has revealed CNs are not considered formal leaders and therefore, lack education, training, and mentorship to take on the clinical and administrative duties they are tasked with during their shifts. CNs deal with issues including but not limited to conflict resolution, patient care delivery and meeting organizational needs. This results in meeting competing demands and can lead to ineffective leadership. Most of CN training occurs on the job and ongoing education and leadership training is limited or non-existent. Many of the studies in this project highlighted the importance of ongoing education and mentorship of CNs towards their development as leaders.

Without leadership training, CNs cannot grow as frontline leaders and integrate TL strategies, and this has been shown to negatively impact patient care outcomes and impact job satisfaction and retention rates. The CN is the most accessible and present leader at the bedside and frontline. CNs spend their entire shifts managing competing demands, while providing undertaking patient assignments in most cases. This contributes to role ambiguity and is a barrier to undertaking TL strategies to be effective leaders. Therefore, their ability to effectively lead and communicate within their units and organizations is compromised. This is a matter that requires due attention towards addressing deficiencies within the current healthcare system and building stronger frontline leaders in the future.

The nursing landscape is undergoing significant changes with record number of nurses leaving the profession due to burnout and the current global pandemic. Skill development in communication is a strategy to contribute to the leadership capabilities of CNs. Providing them with necessary skills such as communication is central to their leadership development and ability to do their job

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AN EDUCATIONAL TRAINING PROGRAM FOR NURSES IN AN OUTPATIENT SETTING REGARDING THE IMPORTANCE OF A HEALTHY DIET FOR PATIENTS WITH OBESITY

By

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A Project

Submitted to the Faculty of D’Youville

Division of Academic Affairs

In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of

Master of Science in Nursing

Buffalo, NY

[February 03, 2023]

Copyright © 2023 by ERTTYYYY. All rights reserved. No part of this project may be copied or reproduced in any form or by any means without the written permission of TYUIOLKJJJJ.

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PROJECT APPROVAL

Name:
__ ________Dr. UUUUUUUU_____________________

Signature: ___________________________________________

Discipline:
________________Nursing________________

Project Defended

On

[February 03, 2023]

Abstract

Obesity has become a significant concern in the healthcare system, and diet is the key contributing factor to obesity. Therefore, a healthy diet should be the primary requirement for reducing weight and improving overall health. The health life knowledge gap among patients and limited nursing education programs contribute to this condition. Nurses should collaborate closely with patients to provide healthcare education that will assist patients in improving their nutritional habits and identify the challenges they face in maintaining a healthy diet. An educational training program for nurses regarding obesity and diet will allow nurses to advance their knowledge of the risk factors of obesity, the health conditions associated with obesity, and how to manage obesity (Seger, 2019). Peplau’s Interpersonal Relations in Nursing Theory was utilized as the theoretical framework for this project. Five content experts reviewed the educational training program for content validity.



Table of Contents

Chapter

I. PROJECT INTRODUCTION …………………………………………………………… 7

Statement of Purpose ………………………………………………………..