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  • Understanding Children’s Behavior

    Indirect bullying – also known as relational/social aggression – is less obvious and less visible (spreading rumors/gossip, and exclusion/rejection from a group). and cyberbullying – uses the Internet, cellular phones, or other technology to harm individuals. (Lamb et al. 2009, p. 356-57. Ontario Ministry of Education 2007, p.3)Bully children are impulsive, domineering, and inconsiderate (Bullock 2002, p. 130), displaying "aggressive personality pattern combined with physical strength" (Olweus 1991, p. 425). The bully’s self-regard is an inflated self-esteem, and a powerful/superior feeling over others. whereas, the victim’s appears weaker, passive, insecure, and anxious, and reacts by crying or withdrawing (Bullock 2002, p. 130). Van Cleave Davis (2006) revealed, children with special…

  • The Standards of Care of a Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Other symptoms include fatigue, articular stiffness, anorexia and fever. A complaint of pain and limited lifestyle are the characteristic features of the onset of the disease. If left untreated, the inflammation will result in serious life-threatening conditions during its progression. Morbidity, progressive disability and hastened mortality feature the untreated disease conditions. As a result, it entails serious economic implications for both the patients and their families as well as society as the affected people are unable to continue in their employment with the same efficiency as before with the normal functioning of their palms, feet and gait seriously affected and progressively disfigured and disabled (Cush, Weinblatt, Kavanaugh, 2010). According to…

  • Delivering Education to a Client Regarding Hypertension

    This means that this client must lose weight in order to turn his health challenges around. The challenge for the community nurse will be to help the client understand the need to change their behaviors with eating and with exercise. In this scenario, the individual must start exercising daily and start eating meals at home instead of using take away food or restaurant food for most of his meals. He must also understand nutrition, how to read labels at the grocery store, and how to buy nutritious food for himself. In this situation, it seems that the Trans Theoretical Model (TTM) is the best to use because this individual must…

  • Crohn’s disease view on nursing diagnosis and management

    It is one of a group of diseases, together with ulcerative colitis, known together as inflammatory bowel disease. Although the disease can affect any area from the mouth to the anus, it often affects the lower part of the small intestine called the ileum (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, 2012). Crohn’s disease is highly associated with genetics and can occur in all age group but is most often diagnosed in young adults. Common symptoms includes pain in the abdomen and diarrhea, bleeding from the rectum, weight loss, joint pain, skin problems and fever may also occur. Often children who developed the disease encounter growth problems. This…

  • The Six Countries Surrender of Elements of Sovereignty

    There was a dire need to build what was ruined and Europe has the choice of whether to pursue this as an integrated region or as individual countries. As to the integration, there were two political and economic models invented at that time – the long history of nation-building wherein economic integration follows political unification and the model of Zolverrein where political unification follows economic integration (Lecture, Topic 2: From Post War Reconstruction to the European Coal and Steel Community)One of the aftermaths of World War II is the European Coal and Steel Community, a moved that strengthened both the economic and political ties of the surviving European countries. “The…

  • What is Healthy Lifestyle among Young Adults of the United Kingdom

    As suggested by the National Health Service (2008: 9), an unhealthy diet is clearly associated with poor health and premature death throughout the globe. Given this, it is clearly the case that there is a need for the population to highly consider their diet to avoid cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and obesity. Adopting a healthy lifestyle clearly lowers the poor health and premature deaths. In terms of eating habits, men and women should consume five or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day (NHS, 2008: 9). Unfortunately, the adults aged 16 – 24 years old are the least in meeting such recommended proportions of fruits and vegetables (NHS, 2008: 9).…

  • Human Resource Management

    Alan Arrowsmith, for his experience with small businesses, was appointed as the HR manager at GS. His teaching experience in the trades section of the local technical college, where he handled subjects related to health and safety, risk management etc also made him proficient of HR manager post. GS plumbing underwent tremendous expansions such as contracts with several buildings and companies over the last ten years. GS takes up both planned tasks like plumbing installations for new homes as well as unplanned works despite the threat the unplanned works cause to the security of the company. GS Plumbing maintains strict regulations on workers on record keeping, maintenance of accounts etc.…

  • Health Issues in Haiti

    The 1804 constitution approved several aspects about the country in that there was freedom of religion but the national religion was to be catholic. The constitution also stated that all the members of the state would be regarded as black. This was meant to reduced racism that had spread so much in the country whereby Europeans were given more favor due to their skin color. There was also a statement that no white individual would own property in the country. There were riots in 1843 that were meant to develop a better parliament. Robert (2006) describes that the economic situations worsened in 1946 which resulted in a military coup where…

  • Can the Security Dilemma in International Politics be Overcome

    When the peaceful atmosphere prevailing between the countries gets aggravated, the countries themselves will try to solve the conflict. However, in other cases, the countries will approach International Organizations (IOs) to help them in finding a solution, and in certain ‘extreme’ cases, the IOs themselves will intervene to solve the conflict. Although, intervention or even forceful intervention of IOs to safeguard security in a tension filled environment could be a welcome step, when viewed from another perspective, it could be viewed as the infringement of country’s sovereignty. Thus, when IOs try to impose their authority over sovereign nations in the matters of security, it could lead to security dilemmas in…

  • Reflective Journal of Clinical Experience

    I observed for redness, drainage and bleeding at the stoma site, then listened to breathing sounds with a stethoscope. and monitored O2 saturation level. These were the tangible treatment activities undertaken when assessing the patient’s condition.However, outside of the tangible activity being performed, issues of holistic patient care had to be considered in order to provide a more emotion-focused series of outcomes for the patient. Holistic patient care “is based on the idea that there should be a balance between body, mind and spirit” (Ellis and Narayanasamy, 2009, p.886). At the same time, having never performed this procedure before, there were personal issues with self-confidence about performing the tracheotomy for…

  • Efficiency of the Fire Protection Trainings

    Fire investigation is very essential to help people realize and eliminate the unsafe practices that lead to fire breakout. Fire investigation can also be employed in the study of the effectiveness of fire training education of the occupants in protecting the buildings against the harmful effects of fire.Fire protection has long been a matter of major concern to the investors. Protecting the building against fire has been a big challenge for the builders. Successful entrepreneurs have considered it as one of the major areas of investment. Legislations like Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) have placed great emphasis on the workers’ education and training. It is emphasized that employers should…

  • Internal and External Environment of Nestle

    The paper will address the key issues challenges affecting Nestle Co by conducting an environmental analysis. Organizations face various challenges in their operations both internal and external and to develop the right business strategy, these issues need to be addressed. The report will make use of different environmental models such as SWOT, PEST and Porter’s five forces. After carrying out an analysis, the report will identify a key business challenge and develop a plan for leadership and management as a means of addressing the issue. Conclusions and recommendations and limitations to implementation will be discussed. Nestle Co is the world leading nutrition, health and Wellness Company established in 1867 with…

  • Risk Assessment in a Restaurant

    A restaurant involves many activities that include but not limited to the cooking of foods, serving the foods, cleaning the restaurant, management of restaurant operations, and security. Whether small or big, every restaurant undertakes the activities mentioned above. But this report would be looking at the risks involved in the cooking and serving aspects of a restaurant.Every restaurant has a kitchen: and the quality of food served in a restaurant depends on how hygienic its kitchen is. The risks associated with cooking in a restaurant come in different forms: One, this could be using contaminated condiments or foodstuffs. this occurs, for instance, when foodstuffs are obtained from farms that use…

  • Children’s Health and Wellbeing Outdoor Play

    Kids and children are distinctive in several ways. They have great potential to understand things, but they are in need of great supervision and attention from their teachers or parents. The first three years of the time of toddlers has been considered as the most critical period for learning things because brain development is so rapid during this short span of time. During the period of the brain, development kids are needed more attention and supervision. Kids are normally busy with different types of play activities that progress as they grow and have more practice conversing with adults and older children. Outdoor play is very significant for toddlers for stimulating…

  • Smoking in Public Places

    Now I think it stinks and I hate being around people that smoke and I think it’s a great idea that these businesses put a stop to smoking in their buildings. I also think it’s a great thing that government places also put a stop to that.Recently though I was in a hotel for a family get together and this hotel had smoking and nonsmoking floors. I found that on the smoking floors there was a terribly dank odor. Notably, the odor did not waft up to my floor. I can’t help but wonder, at what point does the constant regulation become ridiculous? Will we be mandated to not eat…

  • Innocent Smoothies

    “The Threats-Opportunities-Weaknesses-Strengths (TOWS) Matrix is an important matching tool that helps managers develop four types of strategies: So Strategies, WO strategies, ST Strategies, and WT Strategies.Socio-cultural: The population of the U.K is getting more conscious about the problems related to obesity and health. Any product having the health effecting ingredients can lead to the loss of market share.The main strategy of the Innocent Smoothies is the manufacture of juices made with fresh, not concentrated juices. Hence the company uses the strategy of product differentiation. The company keeps on innovating new recipes fulfilling the demands of all ages from babies to youngsters and adults. The company has achieved a cutting edge…

  • An Appraisal of Qualitative Methods in Pain Management of People with Learning Disabilities

    People have learned to value their health through exercise, proper diet and nutrition, and a healthy lifestyle. However, with the occupation in individual physical health, sometimes those that cannot fend for themselves are neglected and set aside. Consequently, there is a growing concern for people who do not have the capacity to think for themselves—much less care for themselves—and how they can, as Prime Minister Tony Blair puts it (in Department of Health 2001), “lead full and rewarding lives.” More specifically, those who have learning disabilities are propelled to the margins of society as they are deemed to be socially inept and thus, warrants little attention and care (Blair in…

  • Characteristics of the Freedom of Establishment and the Freedom of Services

    Commission Regulation 123/2007 (fictitious) confines the use of the word ‘chocolate’ to products derived from cocoa which do not contain vegetable fat, and which are made in Belgium. ‘Yum Yum’ is a long-established UK company, which has always used vegetable fat in products it markets as ‘chocolate’. The director of ‘Yum Yum’ writes to the European Commission protesting that the regulation unfairly favors Belgium chocolates for no apparent reason. In an email addressed to ‘Yum Yum’ received on the 15th October 2008, the Commission replies that a/ a recent scientific study concluded that vegetable fat combined with coca is detrimental to the health and b/ Belgium has traditionally been the…

  • Strategies in the Areas of Health and Safety Management

    What we are accustomed to in terms of health and safety legislation is commonly known as a prescriptive approach to legislation while the UK’s system is based on a goal-setting approach that encourages the development of strategies intended to ensure basic human health and safety standards are met. There are many ways in which these two systems differ, which will be discussed in detail. Specifically, within this document, we will demonstrate the disparity between the prescriptive and goal-setting approaches to health and safety legislation by clearly identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each as well as identify how a major shift in management structures and systems is required in order…

  • The Nature of Nursing

    Patients with respiratory diseases such as occupational and environmental lung diseases, fibrosing lung diseases, chronic lung infections, cystic fibrosis, and acute respiratory failure among others often experience difficulty in breathing and sleeping disorders. Within the respiratory wards, nurses play a critical role in providing a good delivery of health care services to patients and minimizing the spread of contagious diseases through proper handwashing techniques. Concerning the handling of respiratory care for patients, each nurse should be knowledgeable not only with the basic health care provision for patients with respiratory diseases or illnesses but also the ethical principles and legality of the nursing practice in order to avoid facing legal charges…

  • Aromatherapy

    On palliative care, the prevailing attitude is that unorthodox therapy methods like dance, touch, yoga, acupuncture, homeopathy, and osteopathy may be tolerated on managing chronic bodily pain but unacceptable in other areas of medical treatment outside palliative care. Thus, Bausell (2007) notes that although alternative medicine has grown in popularity in the past 15 years as a healthcare system, people still largely use it as a complement to conventional healthcare. However, evidence continues to mount that aromatherapy, especially the use of essential oils, has displaced conventional medicine as a treatment of choice in many countries. In fact, the Cochran Complementary Medicine Field in 2007 revealed that what is considered complementary…

  • Advanced Nursing Practice in Australia

    This evolution in advanced nursing practice in Australia and other countries is because of increasing demands on the health care system and changes in the delivery of health care which include the growing cost of acute health care. the increasing number of specializations in health care. the greater avoidance by medical practitioners of particular client groups suchas rural and remote communities, those with chronic illness, and low socioeconomic groups. and the extensive upgrade of nursing education and training. These factors fuel the development and extension of the scope of nursing practice and the consequent increase in the allocation of clinical discretion, responsibility, and autonomy to nurse practitioners (Pearson Peels, 2002).The…

  • Health Prevention and Promotion on Older Adult

    The best way to improve the health of elderly people is through adoption of preventive measures. Health promotion and disease prevention on older adult helps in improving the quality of life for the elderly persons.Aging modifies the health status of the older adults as they become more prone to chronic ailments. Additionally physiological processes change which results in decrease muscle strength. The decline in muscle strength and vulnerability to chronic diseases results in further weakening of the elderly persons. In some cases, the aging process occurs as part of a disease. This makes it hard to differentiate problems arising due to old age from those resulting from diseases (Whitelaw, 2006).As…

  • Corporate Social Responsibility and Strategic Thinking

    Under the influence of this principle, individuals in the business community increasingly decided to use some of their corporate power and wealth for the social good. These voluntary community obligations to improve, beautify and uplift were quite evident by many business leaders. One early example was the cooperative effort between the railroads and the YMCA immediately after the Civil War to provide community services in areas served by the railroads. Although these services economically benefited the railroads, they were at the same time philanthropic (Shalhoud, 1999). In another example, steel magnate Andrew Carnegie put much of his great wealth to work for education. Henry Ford adopted a paternalistic style of…

  • The Efficiency of the Healthcare Systems in Canada France and Germany

    Some of these differences can be accounted for by differences in cultural outlook, and others by spending differences.One could argue that a strict life expectancy comparison skews the data and that other factors, such as genetics, poverty, public health and other practices can make a significant difference. Although each country has plusses and minuses in such measures as childhood mortality, one can conclude that all three countries have a relatively high standard of health care.Thus in this three-country survey, Canada is the “efficiency champ,” with a slightly lower per-capita spending for essentially the same life span. Critics with a statistical bent would argue that this is unfair, as the average…

  • Roe Versus Wade’s Abortion Trial

    Overturned all the state laws that acted as a restriction to the access of women to abortions during the first three months of pregnancy and allowed to stand the restrictions during the second three months of pregnancy only as far as they were designed to offer protection for the health of pregnant women. (2).Norma N. McCorvey tried to get an abortion in the State of Texas, but the state laws did not permit her to get a legal abortion in that state. She subsequently chose to have the baby and gave the baby for adoption.The young lawyers Sarah Weddington and Linda Coffee decided to use this denial of legal adoption…

  • Understanding Children’s Behavior

    Indirect bullying – also known as relational/social aggression – is less obvious and less visible (spreading rumors/gossip, and exclusion/rejection from a group). and cyberbullying – uses the Internet, cellular phones, or other technology to harm individuals. (Lamb et al. 2009, p. 356-57. Ontario Ministry of Education 2007, p.3)Bully children are impulsive, domineering, and inconsiderate (Bullock 2002, p. 130), displaying "aggressive personality pattern combined with physical strength" (Olweus 1991, p. 425). The bully’s self-regard is an inflated self-esteem, and a powerful/superior feeling over others. whereas, the victim’s appears weaker, passive, insecure, and anxious, and reacts by crying or withdrawing (Bullock 2002, p. 130). Van Cleave Davis (2006) revealed, children with special…

  • The Standards of Care of a Patient with Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Other symptoms include fatigue, articular stiffness, anorexia and fever. A complaint of pain and limited lifestyle are the characteristic features of the onset of the disease. If left untreated, the inflammation will result in serious life-threatening conditions during its progression. Morbidity, progressive disability and hastened mortality feature the untreated disease conditions. As a result, it entails serious economic implications for both the patients and their families as well as society as the affected people are unable to continue in their employment with the same efficiency as before with the normal functioning of their palms, feet and gait seriously affected and progressively disfigured and disabled (Cush, Weinblatt, Kavanaugh, 2010). According to…

  • Delivering Education to a Client Regarding Hypertension

    This means that this client must lose weight in order to turn his health challenges around. The challenge for the community nurse will be to help the client understand the need to change their behaviors with eating and with exercise. In this scenario, the individual must start exercising daily and start eating meals at home instead of using take away food or restaurant food for most of his meals. He must also understand nutrition, how to read labels at the grocery store, and how to buy nutritious food for himself. In this situation, it seems that the Trans Theoretical Model (TTM) is the best to use because this individual must…

  • Crohn’s disease view on nursing diagnosis and management

    It is one of a group of diseases, together with ulcerative colitis, known together as inflammatory bowel disease. Although the disease can affect any area from the mouth to the anus, it often affects the lower part of the small intestine called the ileum (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, 2012). Crohn’s disease is highly associated with genetics and can occur in all age group but is most often diagnosed in young adults. Common symptoms includes pain in the abdomen and diarrhea, bleeding from the rectum, weight loss, joint pain, skin problems and fever may also occur. Often children who developed the disease encounter growth problems. This…

  • The Six Countries Surrender of Elements of Sovereignty

    There was a dire need to build what was ruined and Europe has the choice of whether to pursue this as an integrated region or as individual countries. As to the integration, there were two political and economic models invented at that time – the long history of nation-building wherein economic integration follows political unification and the model of Zolverrein where political unification follows economic integration (Lecture, Topic 2: From Post War Reconstruction to the European Coal and Steel Community)One of the aftermaths of World War II is the European Coal and Steel Community, a moved that strengthened both the economic and political ties of the surviving European countries. “The…

  • What is Healthy Lifestyle among Young Adults of the United Kingdom

    As suggested by the National Health Service (2008: 9), an unhealthy diet is clearly associated with poor health and premature death throughout the globe. Given this, it is clearly the case that there is a need for the population to highly consider their diet to avoid cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and obesity. Adopting a healthy lifestyle clearly lowers the poor health and premature deaths. In terms of eating habits, men and women should consume five or more servings of fruits and vegetables a day (NHS, 2008: 9). Unfortunately, the adults aged 16 – 24 years old are the least in meeting such recommended proportions of fruits and vegetables (NHS, 2008: 9).…

  • Human Resource Management

    Alan Arrowsmith, for his experience with small businesses, was appointed as the HR manager at GS. His teaching experience in the trades section of the local technical college, where he handled subjects related to health and safety, risk management etc also made him proficient of HR manager post. GS plumbing underwent tremendous expansions such as contracts with several buildings and companies over the last ten years. GS takes up both planned tasks like plumbing installations for new homes as well as unplanned works despite the threat the unplanned works cause to the security of the company. GS Plumbing maintains strict regulations on workers on record keeping, maintenance of accounts etc.…

  • Health Issues in Haiti

    The 1804 constitution approved several aspects about the country in that there was freedom of religion but the national religion was to be catholic. The constitution also stated that all the members of the state would be regarded as black. This was meant to reduced racism that had spread so much in the country whereby Europeans were given more favor due to their skin color. There was also a statement that no white individual would own property in the country. There were riots in 1843 that were meant to develop a better parliament. Robert (2006) describes that the economic situations worsened in 1946 which resulted in a military coup where…

  • Can the Security Dilemma in International Politics be Overcome

    When the peaceful atmosphere prevailing between the countries gets aggravated, the countries themselves will try to solve the conflict. However, in other cases, the countries will approach International Organizations (IOs) to help them in finding a solution, and in certain ‘extreme’ cases, the IOs themselves will intervene to solve the conflict. Although, intervention or even forceful intervention of IOs to safeguard security in a tension filled environment could be a welcome step, when viewed from another perspective, it could be viewed as the infringement of country’s sovereignty. Thus, when IOs try to impose their authority over sovereign nations in the matters of security, it could lead to security dilemmas in…

  • Reflective Journal of Clinical Experience

    I observed for redness, drainage and bleeding at the stoma site, then listened to breathing sounds with a stethoscope. and monitored O2 saturation level. These were the tangible treatment activities undertaken when assessing the patient’s condition.However, outside of the tangible activity being performed, issues of holistic patient care had to be considered in order to provide a more emotion-focused series of outcomes for the patient. Holistic patient care “is based on the idea that there should be a balance between body, mind and spirit” (Ellis and Narayanasamy, 2009, p.886). At the same time, having never performed this procedure before, there were personal issues with self-confidence about performing the tracheotomy for…

  • Efficiency of the Fire Protection Trainings

    Fire investigation is very essential to help people realize and eliminate the unsafe practices that lead to fire breakout. Fire investigation can also be employed in the study of the effectiveness of fire training education of the occupants in protecting the buildings against the harmful effects of fire.Fire protection has long been a matter of major concern to the investors. Protecting the building against fire has been a big challenge for the builders. Successful entrepreneurs have considered it as one of the major areas of investment. Legislations like Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) have placed great emphasis on the workers’ education and training. It is emphasized that employers should…

  • Internal and External Environment of Nestle

    The paper will address the key issues challenges affecting Nestle Co by conducting an environmental analysis. Organizations face various challenges in their operations both internal and external and to develop the right business strategy, these issues need to be addressed. The report will make use of different environmental models such as SWOT, PEST and Porter’s five forces. After carrying out an analysis, the report will identify a key business challenge and develop a plan for leadership and management as a means of addressing the issue. Conclusions and recommendations and limitations to implementation will be discussed. Nestle Co is the world leading nutrition, health and Wellness Company established in 1867 with…

  • Risk Assessment in a Restaurant

    A restaurant involves many activities that include but not limited to the cooking of foods, serving the foods, cleaning the restaurant, management of restaurant operations, and security. Whether small or big, every restaurant undertakes the activities mentioned above. But this report would be looking at the risks involved in the cooking and serving aspects of a restaurant.Every restaurant has a kitchen: and the quality of food served in a restaurant depends on how hygienic its kitchen is. The risks associated with cooking in a restaurant come in different forms: One, this could be using contaminated condiments or foodstuffs. this occurs, for instance, when foodstuffs are obtained from farms that use…

  • Children’s Health and Wellbeing Outdoor Play

    Kids and children are distinctive in several ways. They have great potential to understand things, but they are in need of great supervision and attention from their teachers or parents. The first three years of the time of toddlers has been considered as the most critical period for learning things because brain development is so rapid during this short span of time. During the period of the brain, development kids are needed more attention and supervision. Kids are normally busy with different types of play activities that progress as they grow and have more practice conversing with adults and older children. Outdoor play is very significant for toddlers for stimulating…

  • Smoking in Public Places

    Now I think it stinks and I hate being around people that smoke and I think it’s a great idea that these businesses put a stop to smoking in their buildings. I also think it’s a great thing that government places also put a stop to that.Recently though I was in a hotel for a family get together and this hotel had smoking and nonsmoking floors. I found that on the smoking floors there was a terribly dank odor. Notably, the odor did not waft up to my floor. I can’t help but wonder, at what point does the constant regulation become ridiculous? Will we be mandated to not eat…

  • Innocent Smoothies

    “The Threats-Opportunities-Weaknesses-Strengths (TOWS) Matrix is an important matching tool that helps managers develop four types of strategies: So Strategies, WO strategies, ST Strategies, and WT Strategies.Socio-cultural: The population of the U.K is getting more conscious about the problems related to obesity and health. Any product having the health effecting ingredients can lead to the loss of market share.The main strategy of the Innocent Smoothies is the manufacture of juices made with fresh, not concentrated juices. Hence the company uses the strategy of product differentiation. The company keeps on innovating new recipes fulfilling the demands of all ages from babies to youngsters and adults. The company has achieved a cutting edge…

  • An Appraisal of Qualitative Methods in Pain Management of People with Learning Disabilities

    People have learned to value their health through exercise, proper diet and nutrition, and a healthy lifestyle. However, with the occupation in individual physical health, sometimes those that cannot fend for themselves are neglected and set aside. Consequently, there is a growing concern for people who do not have the capacity to think for themselves—much less care for themselves—and how they can, as Prime Minister Tony Blair puts it (in Department of Health 2001), “lead full and rewarding lives.” More specifically, those who have learning disabilities are propelled to the margins of society as they are deemed to be socially inept and thus, warrants little attention and care (Blair in…

  • Characteristics of the Freedom of Establishment and the Freedom of Services

    Commission Regulation 123/2007 (fictitious) confines the use of the word ‘chocolate’ to products derived from cocoa which do not contain vegetable fat, and which are made in Belgium. ‘Yum Yum’ is a long-established UK company, which has always used vegetable fat in products it markets as ‘chocolate’. The director of ‘Yum Yum’ writes to the European Commission protesting that the regulation unfairly favors Belgium chocolates for no apparent reason. In an email addressed to ‘Yum Yum’ received on the 15th October 2008, the Commission replies that a/ a recent scientific study concluded that vegetable fat combined with coca is detrimental to the health and b/ Belgium has traditionally been the…

  • Strategies in the Areas of Health and Safety Management

    What we are accustomed to in terms of health and safety legislation is commonly known as a prescriptive approach to legislation while the UK’s system is based on a goal-setting approach that encourages the development of strategies intended to ensure basic human health and safety standards are met. There are many ways in which these two systems differ, which will be discussed in detail. Specifically, within this document, we will demonstrate the disparity between the prescriptive and goal-setting approaches to health and safety legislation by clearly identifying the strengths and weaknesses of each as well as identify how a major shift in management structures and systems is required in order…

  • The Nature of Nursing

    Patients with respiratory diseases such as occupational and environmental lung diseases, fibrosing lung diseases, chronic lung infections, cystic fibrosis, and acute respiratory failure among others often experience difficulty in breathing and sleeping disorders. Within the respiratory wards, nurses play a critical role in providing a good delivery of health care services to patients and minimizing the spread of contagious diseases through proper handwashing techniques. Concerning the handling of respiratory care for patients, each nurse should be knowledgeable not only with the basic health care provision for patients with respiratory diseases or illnesses but also the ethical principles and legality of the nursing practice in order to avoid facing legal charges…

  • Aromatherapy

    On palliative care, the prevailing attitude is that unorthodox therapy methods like dance, touch, yoga, acupuncture, homeopathy, and osteopathy may be tolerated on managing chronic bodily pain but unacceptable in other areas of medical treatment outside palliative care. Thus, Bausell (2007) notes that although alternative medicine has grown in popularity in the past 15 years as a healthcare system, people still largely use it as a complement to conventional healthcare. However, evidence continues to mount that aromatherapy, especially the use of essential oils, has displaced conventional medicine as a treatment of choice in many countries. In fact, the Cochran Complementary Medicine Field in 2007 revealed that what is considered complementary…

  • Advanced Nursing Practice in Australia

    This evolution in advanced nursing practice in Australia and other countries is because of increasing demands on the health care system and changes in the delivery of health care which include the growing cost of acute health care. the increasing number of specializations in health care. the greater avoidance by medical practitioners of particular client groups suchas rural and remote communities, those with chronic illness, and low socioeconomic groups. and the extensive upgrade of nursing education and training. These factors fuel the development and extension of the scope of nursing practice and the consequent increase in the allocation of clinical discretion, responsibility, and autonomy to nurse practitioners (Pearson Peels, 2002).The…

  • Health Prevention and Promotion on Older Adult

    The best way to improve the health of elderly people is through adoption of preventive measures. Health promotion and disease prevention on older adult helps in improving the quality of life for the elderly persons.Aging modifies the health status of the older adults as they become more prone to chronic ailments. Additionally physiological processes change which results in decrease muscle strength. The decline in muscle strength and vulnerability to chronic diseases results in further weakening of the elderly persons. In some cases, the aging process occurs as part of a disease. This makes it hard to differentiate problems arising due to old age from those resulting from diseases (Whitelaw, 2006).As…

  • Corporate Social Responsibility and Strategic Thinking

    Under the influence of this principle, individuals in the business community increasingly decided to use some of their corporate power and wealth for the social good. These voluntary community obligations to improve, beautify and uplift were quite evident by many business leaders. One early example was the cooperative effort between the railroads and the YMCA immediately after the Civil War to provide community services in areas served by the railroads. Although these services economically benefited the railroads, they were at the same time philanthropic (Shalhoud, 1999). In another example, steel magnate Andrew Carnegie put much of his great wealth to work for education. Henry Ford adopted a paternalistic style of…

  • The Efficiency of the Healthcare Systems in Canada France and Germany

    Some of these differences can be accounted for by differences in cultural outlook, and others by spending differences.One could argue that a strict life expectancy comparison skews the data and that other factors, such as genetics, poverty, public health and other practices can make a significant difference. Although each country has plusses and minuses in such measures as childhood mortality, one can conclude that all three countries have a relatively high standard of health care.Thus in this three-country survey, Canada is the “efficiency champ,” with a slightly lower per-capita spending for essentially the same life span. Critics with a statistical bent would argue that this is unfair, as the average…

  • Roe Versus Wade’s Abortion Trial

    Overturned all the state laws that acted as a restriction to the access of women to abortions during the first three months of pregnancy and allowed to stand the restrictions during the second three months of pregnancy only as far as they were designed to offer protection for the health of pregnant women. (2).Norma N. McCorvey tried to get an abortion in the State of Texas, but the state laws did not permit her to get a legal abortion in that state. She subsequently chose to have the baby and gave the baby for adoption.The young lawyers Sarah Weddington and Linda Coffee decided to use this denial of legal adoption…

  • WK3also

    Create a Risk Registry using the template below to accurately documenting the risk elements form the scenarios that can be used to track issues throughout the project. Risk Description for Risk Registry Likelihood Impact Risk Owner Resources Required Estimated Completion Date <Briefly describe the risk< <Low, Medium, or High< <Low, Medium, or High< <List department or role< <List hardware, software, personnel, and/or policy needed< <Provide a date based on the risk complexity and today’s date< Using the Assignment Scenario, complete the following worksheet. Description of Vulnerability Security Control Number and Name Security Control Type System Categorization for Risk Level Impact Last Assessment Information Asset Assessment Method Policy Alignment <Describe the…

  • ThirdPartyPaymentSystemsTemplate

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  • African Americans Living with Diabetes

    Further complications associated with diabetes include kidney disease, blindness, and the threat of amputations. This health concern currently affects about 16 million people in the United States with an estimated five million of those unaware of their condition and a disproportionate number being of African-American descent.The odds of African Americans contracting diabetes are estimated to be at least double the national average. This disparity is increasing every year and has become the most significant health concern for the African American community. Approximately one in eight African Americans has diabetes. More disturbingly, of those with diabetes, African Americans are more likely to develop associated complications and become disabled than are the…

  • Advertisements and Anorexic Models

    While it can be argued that advertisers have a right towards free speech and should be able to present whatever images they want, the reality of the situation is that advertisers have to show restraint and have to be regulated since the people have to be protected from those who would seek to exploit them. The arguments for not allowing advertisements that show models that are clearly anorexic is both a moral argument and a business argument since advertising has a tremendous effect on people and their buying decisions. Unethical advertising may actually put people off a certain seller and this makes it a dangerous business decision to use anorexic…

  • Similarities and Differences between Baboon and Human Being

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  • Stress in Pushing Tin Film

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  • High Job Control

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  • The Effects of Steroids

    The first athletes to use steroids were Olympians and not baseball or football players as commonly believed. States sponsored steroid regimen during the Cold War, in the East and the West. East Germanys state-managed doping system was revealed after the fall of the Berlin Wall. It was then discovered that more than 10,000 athletes were treated with steroids. Some of the athletes were as young as twelve years and many did not know that they were being given steroids. This made them get Olympic medals but also gave them long-term health problems.The asteroid is a synthetically produced male sex hormone, testosterone which helps the growth of muscle mass and strength.…

  • Impression of the Advertisement

    The immediate impression of the advertisement says that it is making the first appeal in Jib Fowles’ list which is the need for sex. As he says, this is more of a flirtation with the idea of sex rather than a direct reference to it. This advertisement flirts with the idea that these two people might get together, but it doesn’t really say anything about sex itself. This is instead just a little fun diversion. The two people might even be married to other people already but their actions in the advertisement would not violate the vows they took. The text helps to add to this flirty attitude by inviting…

  • Sustainability and Built Enviornment

    While several sustainable construction materials are now available, the criteria used to choose either of the same is informed by the desire to strike a delicate balance between the growing needs of the world today and the need to minimize the negative impacts that would emanate from such initiatives both to resources and to the environment. From the perspective of the environment, the building materials used have a direct impact on the energy consumption, the emission of carbon dioxides, how much waste materials are generated, the natural resources used, water consumption as well as how the utilization of such materials directly affects the health of the persons around the area.The…

  • General Safety Planning

    Employers should identify/set up a safety team who can train all employees and contractors. This is referred to as Safety Induction. In this program employees will be trained on the risks, safety issues, how to tackle these issues and how to escalate anything above their capacity. Outlined herein is the general safety induction for any construction or production company. Employees must be made aware and trained on how and where to protect themselves from what safety issue by using personal protection equipment (PPE). There are several areas in a company with various risks such as chemicals, hazard spills, noise that could impair hearing, falling object and carrying of heavy objects…

  • Racial Cultural Perceptions Associated with PPD

    Since social factors also impact the health outcomes, nurses who are caring for postpartum patients will also have to take into account, the cultural aspects of care. This study proposes to examine the perspective of nurses’ duties in postpartum depression and how they can promote health outcomes through the application of Leininger’s culture theory.The birth of a child is associated with dramatic hormonal shifts. During the term of a pregnancy, the levels of endogenous glucocorticoids and estrogens in the body increase. however after the delivery of the child, the level of these hormones suddenly plummets, which causes a temporary hypoactivation in the hypothalamic-pituitary axis, which lasts for several weeks. As…

  • Nursing as Defined by Florence Nightingale

    She paid visits to the sick and the underprivileged living in villages and rural settings. She undertook training for a nurse in Germany and France against fierce criticism from her family, who considered the job to be demeaning for someone of her knowledge and status because nursing was considered to be the lowest form of hired help (Aller, 2007). Later in October 1854, she was appointed as a nurse to a military base in Crimea. The terrible sanitation conditions of the place shook her, and she set about with her group of volunteers to improve the sanitation conditions of the place, and to provide the utmost nursing care to the…

  • Dietary Quality and Eating Competence

    The supposition is that people will deliberately choose foods that add to their long-term physical well-being by decreasing their threat of chronic disease. There is a slight doubt that a diet well-suited to human biological requirements is necessary to the existence of the species (Clifford, Keeler, 2002).Satter is a model developed by Ellyn Satter, and that is based on her clinical observations of how people do well with eating. Essentially, eating competence explains how normal people eat. It is descriptive in that sense, and rigid only for that group who are not comfortable with their current eating or who are concerned about their diet and health, and seek to make…

  • A Critique of the Western Notions of Progress from an Anthropological Perspective

    Trudyann Blackburn A Critique of the Western notions of progress from an anthropological perspective. Straughn- Williams SSA 101.1869 ACritique of the Western notions of progress from an anthropological perspective. The Western idea of progress stems from the period known as The Enlightenment which was an age of exploration and discovery. We like to think of it as the time in which modern scientific principles were developed. The industrial revolution had seen a huge rise in the population of the world, with an increasing concentration in cities. Western nations had colonized vast areas of the globe and had begun to exploit their resources in a systematic fashion. Old subsistence level work…

  • Assessment of Historical Growth in the US Economy

    GDP is the best indicator to express the economic health of a country’s GDP is usually measured on an annual basis for easy comparisons. But quarterly figures are also being computed and recorded for the major industrially advanced countries. GDP can be measured as ‘Current Dollars’ values or ‘Constant Dollars’ Values. The Constant dollar GDP is also known as the ‘Real GDP represents the quantity of economic output. Real GDP is always used in measuring the overall rate at which an economy is grown. The current dollar GDP represents the market value of goods and services produced in a period in a country.And compare them to check for the trend…

  • The Contribution That Bottled Water Has on Climate Change

    Global warming is further evidenced by the well-documented melting of glaciers along with the thermal expansion of the oceans, which have contributed to an increase in sea level over the past century of about 15 cm. (Trenberth 1997). It might be considered that something as small as a water bottle may not be all that great a concern in the grand scheme of things, but in truth, the trend that has everyone and their neighbor sucking on water bottles all day long could actually have a very detrimental effect on the environment, contributing a great deal to the global warming crisis.In response to a growing weight problem in developing countries…

  • Childhood Obesity What still needs to be done to fix the problem

    The Issue Child obesity is assessed in terms of published guidelines of body mass index. As Ferry points out, child obesity is a condition where a child’s body weight is 20% more than actually needed height according to BMI criteria, or body fat percentage is 25% above in boys and 32% above in girls. The condition is again defined as the presence of excessive accumulations of adipose tissue that interfere with child health and well-being (Simonton 62). My research on childhood obesity is conducted in five stages. the reasons behind the health issue, the intensity of the issue, the possibility of any shortcoming in the current health policies, the effects…

  • Healthcare Qui Tam

    Healthcare Qui TamIn Virginia, many hospitals were billing for outpatient procedures with codes kept for physician’s office visits rather than an outpatient procedure performed at the health center. Medicare pays a high rate for physician’s office appointments to mirror the cost of their operating cost (Warren Benson Group, 2009). Hospitals obtain a separate facilities fee to settle the overhead cost. Therefore, the correct repayment rates for hospital outpatient services are lesser. The hospitals agreed to a payment of $3 million.A Pennsylvania hospital settled on paying a $2.7 million defrayal due to its upcoding fraud. The center was submitting claims for a multifaceted form of pneumonia when the accurate diagnosis showed…

  • Learning and Culture

    Generally, people are of the view that the minorities are in no way superior to them and hence are in no position to obtain the same level of education and social grounding because they are considered as coming from a poor cultural background. These minorities also face the risk of being discriminated against or excluded from other social activities such as good education, employment and other social activities in which the majority take part which is vital for any individual to live in dignity and harmony. Therefore, the integration of such minority groups poses a problem because inclusion into these activities in the bigger picture seems to be a rather…

  • Eating Healthy

    t could be the underlying reason with the help of physicians and dieticians, it was realized that food plays a major role in determining the health outcomes of an individual.While this keeps running on one side, many Physicians and dieticians have been doing a lot of experiments to spread awareness among people on nutrition, balanced diet, and eating habits, and the health outcomes that are related to the three, if they are not maintained properly. Most of the people who suffer from these common health issues are often advised by their Doctors in such a way that either they are restricted from eating many food varieties or they give less…

  • The Benefits of Drinking Water

    If calcium-rich water is drunk on a regular basis, such problems can be avoided. Thus, water is also a cheaper alternative of providing important minerals like calcium to our body that not only helps to strengthen our bones but reduces the risk of bone injuries. Calcium is an important mineral especially for children, athletes and women. The growing bodies of children require regular and adequate amounts of calcium. while athletes depend on their strong bones and muscles for better performance. Calcium-rich water serves dual purpose of providing adequate amounts of calcium and hydrating their bodies, which is essential for their health and performance. Women constantly need calcium to sustain their…

  • Critically evaluate Karl Barth’s theology of religion and work

    Barth work resulted to great effect on how the society interprets and apply Christian teachings. The unpopular and radical approach of Barthian theological thinking about work and Sabbath earned him great criticisms from the mainstream society but his work remains an important component of the current theological scholars and knowledge about Christianity faith. Barth claims that work or human labor is solely utilitarian intended to keep us alive. In this regard, he emphasizes on the importance of observing Sabbath, in order for man to resist the temptation of worshipping work at the expense of serving God (Hughes, 2007). In Barth ideology of Sabbath, the command to rest does not validate…

  • Community Pharmacy Placement Exercise

    The nearest medical center, which is the Hawker Medical Centre, is located very near the pharmacy and there are also several Dentist medical surgeons located very near the pharmacy. There is also a complementary Health Centre which also offers services as a pharmacy. This is the only pharmacy in the area and the next pharmacy is located in the next suburb. The Hawker Medical Centre and Dentist Medical Centre complement the services provided by the pharmacy. The nearest public toilet is located across the road from the Hawker Pharmacy. The pharmacy is located near the bus stop and the taxi rank, making it very convenient for customers and employees to…

  • The effects of greenhouse gas

    Discussion The destruction of the natural order of the environment through green gas emissions will have far-reaching ramifications on the survival of other living things and human safety on the planet. Many of the adverse natural calamities that have been witnessed in the modern times are largely attributed to the greenhouse gas emissions (Environment Canada, 2012). In terms of the environmental impacts, there is a high expectation of continued rise in the average annual temperatures around the entire globe. The rise in temperatures will lead to the melting of the melting of sea ice and a decrease in snow. It is also expected that the rising temperatures will have the…

  • Putting Physical Activity Where It Fits in the School Day

    Citation:Katz, D., Cushman, D., Reynolds, J., Valentine, N., Treu, J., Walker, J., et al. (2010). Putting Physical Activity Where It Fits in the School Day: Preliminary Results of the ABC (Activity Bursts in the Classroom) for Fitness Program. Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice and Policy, Vol. 7, No. 4, 1-10.Summary: The authors stated that their aim was to evaluate the effects of physical activity through classroom-based program on the academic performance, physical fitness, classroom behavior and the noted health outcomes of elementary students from the Independence School District (ISD) located at Independence, Missouri. There were a total of 1,216 students from grades 2 through 4 who were identified…

  • Implementation Plan BAMC

    Good plans are those that have been systematically done with relation to what has been observed on the ground. This is why it is important in the first place to have all the stakeholders mentioned in the strategic plan’s revision to be part of the process of formulating these revised strategic plans. The basic perception of this move is geared towards ensuring that all the stakeholders first and foremost own the process by feeling part of what is being undertaken since at the end of it all, they stand affected by the decisions and actions put in practice. Failure or success of such strategic plans could be determined by that…

  • Theories and Models of Health Education

    Theories and Models of Health Education Health issues are being investigated, researched and addressed by various people and in various ways. Health services aim to provide health services in an efficient and effective manner. There are a number of theories and models that aim at describing, analyzing and altering the behaviors and actions of individuals in the health area. This paper aims at analyzing different health education models and their effectiveness in the context of community health education. a. Health Belief Model Health belief model (HBM) suggests that an individual weighs his health actions against the perceived susceptibility to a disease or health condition. It further states that the health…

  • This is a medical law problem question

    She breached that duty of care by acting in a manner inconsistent with the reasonable standard of care which caused Paulo to suffer injury as a result of her breach of the duty of care. She knows that it is mandatory to obtain the valid consent of the patient before any medical or surgical treatment is performed on the patient. Hence, she must also be made liable for the damages, together with the doctor for the injury sustained by Paulo. The hospital also has a vicarious liability for the tort of battery and negligence committed by their doctor and nurse. As their employers, the hospital can be sued in the…

  • Analysis of Health and Safety in Chemical Industries Article

    Health and Safety in Chemical Industries.1. The main purpose of the Safety and Health in the use of Chemicals at workarticle is to analyse the various chemical related factors that affect workers in a factory. The author is trying to evaluate the various chemical risks that affect workers in the chemicals industry, thereby enable a better understanding of the existing risks to facilitate a safe and healthy working environment.2. The article focuses on the problem of workers constantly getting injured while in the working place. The point of focus is the injuries that result from chemical accidents or mishandling of chemicals in a factory. Therefore,entire article is focused on the…

  • Health Care and Transportation in Germany from a Cultural Perspective

    Health Care and Transportation in Germany from a Cultural PerspectiveBeing the 5th largest global economy and first in Europe, the job market is fairly diverse and provides opportunities to many. However, from a cultural viewpoint, it can be problematic working in Germany considering how different its health care and transportation sectors are as compared to the same sectors in the U.S. From a cultural perspective, Germans view ailments as a result of normal scientific phenomena. Consequently, when in Germany, one must support the idea that combating diseases is through use of sophisticated technologies the fight microorganisms or through consumption of preventive foods. Moreover, the elderly are given preference when it…

  • Various Communities Inhabited the Region In New York City

    In New York City, various communities inhabit the region. however, Indian community that is famously known as Desi is the most unique of all of them. They are believed to be the native long distance traders from India. they have lived in New York since the beginning of 20th century. By the time they arrived in New York City, the Indians were long distance traders who brought commodities from Asian continents to European countries and America. With time, they settled down and established themselves in retail business. (Jolly 2007). The modern Desi Indian community is assimilated with the modernity where most of them are no longer business individuals but has…

  • Energe policy

    (Fox-Penner and Peter S, 2010) A huge sum of monety is required before their implementation is attained. This may lead to tax rate increament. Although the regulations may affect people in terms of employment and costs, it is implemented for the advantage of the people. This is due to the health risks caused by these energy productions and also the environment. The life of a human being is more important than the money or the living standards of people. (Fox-Penner and Peter S, 2010) People should gauge the advantages and disadvantages in order to react to the effect of energy from Obama’s administration. In this paper we will be able…

  • Pregnancy Nutrition

    This is the time when women take more care of their health, nutrition and lifestyle to ensure a healthy baby. The healthy habit acquired during this phase of life is beneficial for not only the mother but also her baby to preserve a healthy body throughout their lives. Scientific explanations to this concept also revealed that the food habits and the good lifestyle adopted during the prenatal phase by the expecting mothers have long term significance on the life of both the mother and her child. A healthy diet with nutritional value as per the body requirements of the mother ensures that the baby gets a healthy beginning during its…

  • Arguments for Low Fat Diet

    3. Low fat diet meant less sugar intake thus prevents diabetes. 4. Gastrointestinal symptoms associated with fat intake is absent in a low fat diet. 5. Low fat diet usually leads to a fitter body that makes one attractive and enhances one’s self esteem. 6. Low fat diet meant less consumption of meat and poultry which is good for the environment. Meat and poultry requires a lot of energy to produce that strains the environment. 7. Low fat diet when done on scale could lessen our dependence towards foreign source of oil. This is because growing cows and other animals requires crude and gasoline to grow and transport them. 8.…

  • M9 …

    According to these theories, some people may fail to recognize health preventive services because of their beliefs or environment conditions. The variables I would target when conducting health intervention are children aged 6-11, adolescents aged 12-19 years, and the poor who lack adequate treatment of tooth decay. Through social and behavioral theories, I would evaluate the conditions that promote tooth decay or oral health. In this case, I would recognize that community water fluoridation is the greatest public health achievement. I would spend every dollar in the community on water fluoridation to save the treatment cost of dental decay. To boost oral health program, I would create awareness on the…

  • Leadership and Management Delivery Care Models

    Based on my interviews with the different nurses in my organization, I was able to establish that the different models being used in the organization are the following: total patient care. functional nursing. team nursing. and primary nursing. Variations of these models have also been used in the clinical setting and depending on the illness and the patient being cared for. In my interview with Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses, as well as Postanesthetic care unit (PACU) nurses, they indicate that they mostly use the total patient care model in the delivery of nursing care.Total patient care is very much like the case method. In the total patient care method,…

  • Pollution in the Chesapeake Bay

    The Chesapeake Bay is one of the initially beautiful regions and that have succumbed to the unbearable effects of environmental pollution.In the revelation of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF), Chesapeake Bay was considered among the healthiest regions in the world during the early 1600s. Chesapeake actually consisted of wetlands, resourceful lands and forest buffers that assisted in the absorption and cleansing of nutrients before getting into the water ecosystem. The filtered nutrients were allowed into the water body in their safest states harmless to the aquatic life. Chesapeake Bay Foundation in its yearly reports of health index of the Chesapeake Bay of 2010 compared to the 1600s indicated that in…

  • The Health and Safety at Work

    The duties of each management level in relation to the provision of safety issues shall be arranged in accordance with the provisions of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.Moreover, since the hotel industry deals with a wide range of customers and other stakeholders, the roles of the hotel managers are the provision of a safe environment for their customers and other stakeholders i.e. customers, shall be discussed in this discussion. The discussion shall also focus on various aspects of safety at the hotel i.e. occupational fire management et cetera.The roles of external stakeholders i.e. the UK Government shall also be discussed in this document. The United Kingdom government…

  • The Ethics of Health Care Reform

    Observably, the number of health disorders among people all over the world has enhanced considerably (Rooney et al., 2008). This scenario is quite apparent in the US, wherein the number of health-related issues has augmented considerably over the years. Contextually, the healthcare authorities of the country have emerged with the notion of ‘The Affordable Care Act’, which potentially ensures a better position for the citizens of the nation in terms of dealing with health-related issues. This particular research paper intends to evaluate the ethics associated with the Affordable Care Act. In addition to this, the research paper will also discuss other vital implications associated with the Act.The Affordable Care Act…

  • Course Evaluation Paper

    During the course, most students identified with the outcomes. I expected to learn the various aspects of family dynamics, which exist in the society regardless of race, social class, or religion, and I did. I expected to learn the theories involved and to be able to learn various solutions to family problems. I was able to relate to some factors that influence family dynamics that apply to my real life. The factors I learnt include the effect of parent’s relationships on the family, aspects of strictness and lenience among parents, personalities, single parenthood, size of family and culture, and beliefs in the family. The course reflected issues that exist in…

  • Nursing Preceptorship

    Preceptorship is defined as a one to one relationship between a registered nurse and a nursing student whose purpose is to introduce a student to a clinical environment and orient them to the intense experience of learning in a practical mode. Preceptors introduce orientees to gain nursing skills, patient dealing, protocols and unit culture of nursing. This program enables them to learn and become competent enough to demonstrate basic unit skills by the end of the course. Students recently graduated from nursing school face difficulties when it comes to implementation part. They are pushed into a situation where one needs time and observation to implement the acquired knowledge. The main…