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    of health, as well as stakeholder feedbacks and interviews, it was possible to form a comprehensive baseline health, demographic and socioeconomic profile of the potentially affected communities. Regarding EHA, the IFC HIA toolkit recommends 12 EHAs to be accounted on the analysis (IFC, 2009). The HIA identified the 12 environmental health areas predisposed to capture the connections between community impacts and project-related activities. After obtaining the above mentioned PACs baseline data, it was possible to perform a risk analysis of each health outcome and determinant, linking it to each EHA. The author summarized such information on the Table…

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    Glaucoma Case Studies

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    The study aims to investigate the potential of health promotion via eHealth (mobile) in increasing glaucoma awareness, improve treatment compliance and changing health - seeking behavior among adults in a disadvantaged population in Saskatoon. In addition, the study aims to provide education on the importance of regular eye examination in order to promote early detection and management of glaucoma via eHealth and subsequently determine how effective eHealth tools are in achieving these…

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    THE IMPACT OF IPADS ON ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS WHO ARE IDENTIFYING AND DEFINING SIGHT WORDS 1. Topic The purpose of this research paper (a) is to examine the effects of how Beginner level English Language Learners best learn high frequency Dolch sight words in terms of identification and application by using an iPad technology, and (b) to evaluate satisfaction and motivation among participants in the use of iPads in the sight word acquisition. The participants will consist of three…

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    Hlth391 Community Health

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    Aside from utilizing statistics to describe the distribution of population health, I was also taught how to apply statistics to community health program evaluations. In HLTH391, we utilized quantitative and qualitative survey measures to determine if we reached our set objectives and goals of the health fair. The grant proposal assignment in HLTH490 also required the class to apply statistic and research methods to determine outcome and impact evaluation of the program they were seeking funding…

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    Introduction In Ontario, obesity is a concern especially amongst adolescences which goes under diagnosed or ignored. This report will highlight the findings of various studies and the importance of being obese/overweight amongst adolescences in Ontario. This report will introduce the topics of theoretical underpinnings (interpretivism, positivism, and critical realism), research objectives, employed methodologies (quantitative and qualitative) and strength/limitations throughout studies.…

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    Vanclay et al. (2015) suggest that a good SIA should collect baseline data that includes all social issues in the pre-impacted area, which could be used as a reference for the project. This SIA conducts a comprehensive survey and literature review to analyze environmental baseline conditions within the pre-impacted area, and identifies a number of environmental aspects which requires special attention. These concerns include geo-hazard risk, surface water and ground water quality, soil quality,…

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    In week 7, Jennifer Olson gave a presentation talk on the stranding network in San Juan County Washington. Olson talked about the importance of the stranding network and in what ways their team is doing adding to the vast amount of information known on these animals.The Marine Mammal Stranding Network is important due to contributioning knowledge and help it provides. Not only this, but the stranding network uses this data to present/ inform management decisions. This knowledge is valuable due…

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    A parental consent form will be sent out explaining the purpose and procedure of the project along with an initial survey. The students will be divided into two groups, control and treatment groups, based on the response gathered from consent form. The students’ initial math test scores will be collected from the teacher to establish the baseline, and these will be compared with post test scores at the end of the project. The weekly lesson plan for math will be provided by Mrs. C so that the…

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    Wealth Survey Essay

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    wealth) and drops to 1,223 people at the Tenth Step (highest wealth). The percentages for each of these crucial markers to understand the frequency of the table are as follows: First Step (7.8%), Fifth Step (21.6%) and Tenth Step (1.5%). On the dependent variable side of the survey, state of health, the frequency of the data is skewed toward “Very Good” at 22,665, peaks at “Good” at 38,003 and drops to 5,004 at “Poor”. The percentages for each of these states of health goes: “Very Good”…

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    because they believe somewhere else they will have better opportunities. HR metrics to measure success: Measuring the success of the mentorship program and succession planning is of utmost importance. Yet, many organizations do not focus on the right data. The problem is that employers only focus on asking about participants’ level of satisfaction alone, which is not a good HR metric. The problem is that employers only focus on asking about participants’ level of satisfaction. Wal-Mart should…

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