CLINICAL APPLICATION OF NIGHTINGALE’S THEORY INTO PRACTICE
Nurses are the backbone of any healthcare system. However, nurses are still struggling with
many challenges particularly in the developing world. One of the biggest challenge of today’s
nurse is the clinical application of nursing theoretical concepts into routine practice. The
purpose of this scholarly paper is to explicitly describe the Nightingale nursing theory into
clinical practice in light of a clinical scenario particularly three core concepts (Bed and
bedding, proper ventilation of ward, and proper hygienic dressing) in order to demonstration
the evidence based practice in nursing care
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