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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IntroductionObesity is a condition wherein the body exhibits an excess accumulation of

IntroductionObesity, is a condition wherein the body exhibits an excess accumulation of body fat. It has evolved into a chronic, debilitating health problem worldwide. Most widely affected are first-world countries such as the United States and Australia. Data gathered has shown that An estimated 55%-to 60% of adult Americans are overweight. (Mcqueen M.A., 2009). Australian […]

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Reflective practice supports the practitioner

Reflective practice supports the practitioner to maintain professional standards as well as positive outcomes as it commits you are a strong person evaluate and leads to a positive outcome individual benefit from this from this as it increases their understanding of others. This is supposed to help you to make full decisions and professional development […]

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Chronic Health Challenges

Living with a chronic health challenge is different for each individual. The purpose of this assignment is to achieve a better understanding of family centred care and how copping with a chronic health challenge effects both the individual and their family. By conducting two interviews using the Calgary Family Assessment Model (CFAM) as well as […]

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wearable

Wearable technology is the perpetual evolution of new digital devices utilized as individual fitness and wellness trackers to observing a patient’s health conditions in real-time and automatically transferring the data to a remote health informatics framework. The level of innovation with wearable technologies within the medical internet of things has the immense potential for more […]

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changes in the workplace

Working in a locked psychiatric hospital has many challenges but the one thing that has been challenging is patient documentation. When the electronic system was created to replace written charting, it seems as though they forgot to create a template to help nurses properly document on patients. There are some nurses who document in detail […]

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Modularity – because dementia is not a static condition, SH should adapt to the evolution of user specifications and needs. The system should hence be modular and context-aware to allow the adding or removing of components and features without significant changes. The modularity would thus make sure that the system respects the user’s learning curve. […]

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stockings

NuVein 15-20mmHg zipper compression stockingsIt is a knee-high fit compression sock majorly used by men and women in the athletic world. The 15-20mmHg zipper compression stockings appear in silver and black color. It facilitates oxygen delivery to the leg muscles and reduces calf pains, muscle pulls, swellings, varicose veins, lactic acid production, and foot cramps. […]

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Khadri F A Hector M P Davenport E S Vellore Kannan

Khadri, F. A., Hector, M. P., Davenport, E. S., & Vellore Kannan Gopinath. (2019, September 16).The main aim of this text is to review the impact of the obesity in school children in UAE. The study focuses on various risk factors of obesity in 10–17 year old school children. Overweight have common risk factors such […]

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Proposal Implementation of Artificial Intelligence for Improving Patient CareJason P BronzoPurdue University

Proposal: Implementation of Artificial Intelligence for Improving Patient CareJason P. BronzoPurdue University NorthwestProposal: Implementation of Artificial Intelligence for Improving Patient CareBackground of Problem Healthcare, a 3.5 trillion-dollar industry in the U.S., is a field that is rapidly progressing to meet the complex needs of an increasing quantity of patients that are living longer and longer, […]

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he article chosen for this week’s

he article chosen for this week’s clinical reflection is similar to a case study; however, this case study provides evidence-based information regarding tension pneumothorax in a patient with a co-occurring diagnosis of COPD. Throughout the article, the authors present the patient’s situation and then proceed to discuss the relevant nursing care, pathophysiology, and other pertinent […]

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personal communication plan for service improvement

Introduction It has been well established that people with learning disabilities (PWLD) are more likely to experience some challenges in communication, social exclusion, socioeconomic deprivation, and reduced social communication networks (Nind & Hewett, 2012; Kyle et al., 2010). This is because learning disability in some cases impact on how these persons communicate or process information […]

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compare and contrast 1

I have been asked to compare and contrast the principles of regulation for two professionals practicing within the Health and Social care sectors. I have selected Nursing and Social Work because I am currently studying to become a trained nurse and I would like to see the difference between Nursing and Social Work education, training […]

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Psych 300 Unit 1 Reflection 1 Her StoryVictoria AllenPsych 300 Athabasca University IntroductionAs

Psych 300, Unit 1, Reflection 1: Her StoryVictoria AllenPsych 300, Athabasca University IntroductionAs a society, we believe that family attitudes, teachers and even our colleagues, all have some impact on our career decisions (Sharf, 2013). A longitudinal sample of high school students from the Maryland Adolescent Development in Context Study (Eccles, Early, Fraser, Belansky, & McCarthy, […]

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The transition from student nurse to becoming a registrant is not only

The transition from student nurse to becoming a registrant is not only challenging and stressful but it can also be a valuable experience that can shape a nurse to become a safe and confident practitioner. (Kaihlanen, Lakanmaa and Salminen, 2013) states that newly registered nurses generally experience feelings of self-doubt, responsibilities , fear , excitement […]

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