The glue that keeps a patient's health care journey together is 21st century nursing. Nurses work relentlessly throughout the patient experience, and wherever there is someone in need of care, to identify and defend the individual's needs. Nurses are sometimes regarded as being on the front lines of healthcare, being the first to detect when a patient's condition has altered or to act quickly in an emergency, and this study backs up that claim. Nurses gain unique insights into their patients' aspirations and needs, behaviours, health habits, and worries as a result of the time they spend with them, making them key champions in their treatment. Nursing is a health-care profession that focuses on providing care to individuals and their families in order to assist them in recovering from disease and maintaining a high quality of life. Nursing science is a fundamental science that studies a variety of aspects of nursing, including nurse-patient interaction, nursing theories, models, and techniques.
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