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From Romeo and JulietI choose Romeo as the character that gone through

From Romeo and Juliet,I choose Romeo as the character that gone through a lot of changes in the play. We can see that Romeo’s character changes quite significantly throughout the course of the play. The development of Romeo is so drastic because we can see Romeo matures from adolescence to a grown man for the […]

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Atrial Fibrillation

The telemetry unit provides care to patients that have been transferred from the Intensive care unit (ICU), surgery or from the emergency department that require continuous cardiac monitoring. Most of the patients on the telemetry unit have a predisposing history that involves the cardiovascular system therefore require close monitoring. The telemetry unit has a monitor […]

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Surgical First Assistant in Hip replacement

This essay will examine my role of a Surgical first assistant providing assistance during surgery for one patient and explore the legal, professional and ethical issues of the role.  My case study focuses on a patient undergoing hip replacement since orthopaedic is my field of specialty.  The case study was about a 9 stone lady […]

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AbstractThe face of Organizations has changed drastically within the last few decades

Abstract:The face of Organizations has changed drastically within the last few decades. An organization is defined as “collective of individuals gathered together to serve a particular purpose” (Netting, Kettner, McMurtry, & Thomas, 2017). Knowledge of an organization refers to the ways they engage with the external environment with familiarity or awareness. This information is gained […]

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ur learning set’s first meeting see appendix 1 was used by members

ur learning set’s first meeting (see appendix 1) was used by members to acquaint ourselves, outline our goals and lay emphasis on how we can achieve them. The learning set communicated with each other through different avenues like our weekly meetings, telephones and social media (WhatsApp). The preferred means of communication was the WhatsApp which […]

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A World Without Bees

Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the media focusing their attention towards bees and the rate at which their numbers are declining. The cause for the decline in bees isn’t certain, however, a phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder seems to be a major factor. Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) is […]

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Research Report – Google Docs

1 Litzy Mendez Mrs. Merino Honors ELA 1 1 18 February 2020 A W orld W ithout Bees Over the past few years, there has been an increase in the media focusing their attention towards bees and the rate at which their numbers are declining. The cause for the decline in bees isn’ t certain, […]

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This assignment will show a layout of an indoor classroom environment that

This assignment will show a layout of an indoor classroom environment, that will include at least 4 different play areas with 5 pieces of equipment in each play area. The play area will be purposeful in supporting the holistic development of the Grade R child (PMSECL), Physical, Moral, Social, Emotional, Cognitive, Language. Reading area will […]

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Promote person centred approaches in care settings

Explain how and why person centred values must influence all aspects of health and adult care work Person centred values influence all aspects of health and adult care, this can be shown through the Human Rights Act 1998 and Social Care Act 2012 which dictate that health care should be based on person centred values. […]

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Promote person centered

A couple of months ago I was looking after a patient whom had been suffering from an incident during surgery which had resulted in him being completely bed bound and far off of his baseline. Previously, even though the patient was well into his nineties, he was completely mobile self caring and sound of mind, […]

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Type 2 diabetes has become a major health crisis in America Currently

Type 2 diabetes has become a major health crisis in America. Currently, over eleven percent of the U.S. adult population has diabetes and almost one-third of people ages 65 and older have the disease. If left untreated, diabetes can lead to multiple health complications including stroke, vision loss, heart disease, kidney failure, and other problems […]

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The establishment of the nursing profession was brought forth by pioneering women

The establishment of the nursing profession was brought forth by pioneering women who helped form this Profession with a natural progression of practices. Linda Richards was the first American trained nurse who graduated from nursing school in 1873. Went on to establish nursing schools in the united states and Japan Pioneered the first standardized method […]

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P1- communication

P1 – explain the role of effective communication and interpersonal interaction in a health and social care context.Communication is a form of giving and receiving information and instructions. There are many methods of how to communicate with others, for example, it may be verbal, written, non-verbal – using body language, braille or sign language to […]

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Dhillon, MAID

Dhillon, Manpreet Kaur Medical Assistance in Dying George Brown College February 24, 20201.Medical assistance in dying is the ethical dilemma that I have selected in the listing of the issues given. I am a conscientious objector to medical assistance in dying. In this case, as Mr. S who has no family member in his family […]

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Patriarchy and Capitalism and It’s responsibility for Gender norms

Theorists and sociologists have discussed the socialisation process of social identity and gender norms in different ways. 1960 seen large movements of different radical groups like anti-war movements of the Vietnam War, and movements of Women’s Liberation and free from oppression. During 1960, many ideal families traditionally consisted of the traditional ideal family, known as […]

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Foundational Neuroscience

Week 1 Discussion: Foundational NeuroscienceNameInstitutionInstructorCourseDate Week 1 Discussion: Foundational NeuroscienceAgonist-To-Antagonist Spectrum of Action of Psychopharmacologic AgentsMental health workers should have a theoretical foundation in psychotherapy and neuroscience as this helps in diagnosing and treating clients. Agonists and antagonists play a key role in pharmacology since they act in opposite direction (Berg & Clarke, 2018). This […]

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TB

“Tuberculosis (TB) from my own understating is the infection of the lungs. After reading through and doing some research on TB, I’m able to say that as health workers we should not unmind this infection because of its transmission mode, complication and fatality rate. As cited by the Journal of Microbial Pathogenesis (2020). TB is […]

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It was just like any normal morning in our household the sound

It was just like any normal morning in our household, the sound of faint chirping birds and the golden rays of sunshine. My mother dropped my brother off to the bus stop and waved goodbye as he hopped on the “little bus”. “Let’s go, were going to be late!” she exclaimed as my three-year-old self […]

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new personal statement

Q. What particular personal qualifications and characteristics will allow you to become an effective consultant in pediatric anesthesiology, and why is it important to you to become a pediatric anesthesiologist? Pediatric anesthesiology is one of the most intriguing and challenging subspecialties I have come across during residency. After having completed my anesthesiology residency in India, […]

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help 447 week 3 paper

Conflict 1 Conflict ResolutionSamuel PuvandiChamberlain College of NursingJanuary 26, 2019Conflict 2Conflict ResolutionWhenever a group of people work together, there is always going to be some conflict. We are all raised up differently from one another. Some of us are from different cultures. Conflicts can be hard to resolve, but we should be able to deal […]

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Concepts and discriminatory and anti

Concepts and discriminatory and anti-discriminatory practiceP1:Equality- equality means fairness and justice. Equality assures that every individual has equal opportunities no matter what their abilities are or backgrounds like. The concept of equality in health and social care means that a professional isn’t allowed a personal biased view to affect the way they take care of […]

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mha670 week 6 paper

The Impacts of Ethnic/Racial Discrimination on Healthcare QualityIjeoma Simon-EbughuBelhaven University The Impacts of Ethnic/Racial Discrimination on Healthcare QualityThe United States’ healthcare sector endeavors to improve the quality of care across all communities. The Department of Health and Human Services (DHS) targets measurable advances in the quality of health care as well as the health status […]

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I am excited to further my knowledge and experience in the field

I am excited to further my knowledge and experience in the field of Social Work. As a social worker, I am interested in working with micro and mezzo populations in healthcare settings. I aim to help people handle issues that can develop from traumatic circumstances. I am driven towards promoting quality health care access for […]

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Benefits of Baccalaureate DegreeScherina Simpson Brockport College Benefits of Baccalaureate DegreeA bachelor degree in nursing (BSN) entails an integrated and interdisciplinary approach administered toward assisting students to enhance their research, writing, and work prowess. Consequently, a BSN offers students with a detailed study of social and physical sciences, humanities, leadership, research, community nursing, and management […]

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RinganeA MilovanovicM Maphakula A Makete F OmarT Martinson N Lebina L

Ringane.A ;Milovanovic.M ; Maphakula .A; Makete .F ;Omar.T; Martinson. N, Lebina L, (August 2019),“An observational study of safe and risky practices in funeral homes in South Africa” Attempted to assess the high prevalence of infectious diseases in SA means that funeral industry workers and family members of deceased individuals are vulnerable to infection if proper […]

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Chasing Joy Written by Hadley Esty Lennon Anelle your current

Chasing Joy Written by; Hadley Esty- Lennon Anelle: your current pacing of the story is too fast. You launch from one thing to the other without fillers. Extend the story bits that aren’t nearly as fast paced. Her friend should die in chapter 10 or something. Have the reader learn about her fam (two mums […]

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Kristen Swanson’s Nursing Theory focuses on five caring practices namely “knowing being

Kristen Swanson’s Nursing Theory focuses on five caring practices, namely “knowing, being with, doing for, enabling and maintaining belief”. While Katie Eriksson’s Nursing Theory teaches about caring through the Christian tradition of taking “caritas” (love and charity) and regards for human holiness as necessary elements of nursing care. An example of Swanson’s theory would be […]

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