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  • Importance Of Professional Values In Nursing

    Professional Moral Compass in Nursing Values play a significant role in shaping professional identity by influencing the actions and behaviors of practitioners in their day to day activities. Three fundamental personal values shape my understanding of nursing. To begin with, being a nurse requires a person to be very responsible. Being responsible means that nurses should not only be willing to do what is expected of them but also beyond these expectations as long as it will improve patient conditions. It is the level and sense of responsibility within each nurse that will determine the cases of negligence and poor patient care. Responsibility requires that nurses understand that patients have very high expectations on them and rely on them…

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  • Importance Of Human Health

    I still remember the first day I met my little cousin when he was only a couple months old. I rattled the blue toy in front of my aunt’s son and watched as he sluggishly stared at my hand. His symptoms were difficult to miss: weak muscles, flat head, low nasal bridge, short neck, slanted eyes, and abnormally low outer ears. As a high school student who loved her biology class, I was very intrigued to learn more about this devastating genetic condition. In the course of time, the investment I…

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  • Three Reasons Of My Three Passions In My Life

    My Three Passions When I was very young, I used to ask myself why I was born to this world and the reasons for me to live. It took me so many years to find a correct answer for the question. I hope I got it correctly or I am still finding a more correct one. The answer may lay on three of my passions as improving myself to help me and my family, helping other people and traveling to widen my world. Those passions lead my life to more developed stages as I am growing up. The first thing about…

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  • Importance Of Medical Knowledge And Interpersonal Skills In Nursing

    One Saturday morning, I learned that my aunt went into labor, she was 6 months pregnant. That same day, she gave birth to a very fragile baby, but my aunt’s condition got worse and we spent the next hours visiting blood banks trying to get O- blood for her. I was 16 at that time and felt so frustrated I could not do more than making phone calls to blood banks; she died that same day. My aunt lived in a rural area in Mexico, and while she received prenatal care, she developed eclampsia while…

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  • Reflective Essay On Poverty

    Throughout my time volunteering with various organizations and in my community I have noticed an insidious increase in the poverty levels of American society. These low to no income families are struggling to survive and the effect has been most profound on their children. Lacking needed funds, these children are often malnourished, living in despicable conditions, without a father in the household and often in the ‘care’ of a distant relative who truly cares little or nothing for the child.…

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  • The Influence Of Change In My Life

    Boyle Heights was a peaceful place to live in. When I left my old neighborhood, and start living in my new neighborhood, I changed. I don’t know why I changed be I did. Now I like to spend my time with my family. Sometime I will help my mom with the cook, and sometime I will help my dad with his job. Sometime I will help my brother with his’s homework, and I will teach my nephew, and niece how to play soccer. Each weekend my family and I like to watch a movie together as a family movie night.…

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  • Ethics And Bioethical Dilemmas

    because they are the ones that deal with the patients who are currently suffering from conditions that stem cells could help benefit. This issue affects them because without the answer and option of stem cell research, they can’t help or provide their patients with an answer. Doctors influenced my viewpoint because they are the ones doing good for their patients, while also doing no harm to their patients…

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  • The Importance Of Wellness

    state or condition of one’s body or mind” and, “The condition of being well or free from disease”. This definition begs the question: what does it take to achieve wellness? Author Greg Anderson once elaborated upon this definition by saying, “Wellness seeks more than the absence of illness; it searches for new levels of excellence. Beyond any disease-free neutral point, wellness dedicates its efforts to our total well-being - in body, mind, and spirit.” To get to a point of complete wellness,…

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  • Importance Of Quality Control In Public Health

    public health, benefit of public health service to the community , importance of epidemiology, health care program, advantage of clinical teaching methods in nursing, benefits of nursing process in family health nursing, home visiting, hospital as a health agency, health promotion and health education. (1) IMPORTANCE OF QUALITY CONTROL IN PUBLIC HEALTH Quality control is a process used to ensure that the qualities of all products are in correct order and maintained to reduce…

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  • Pros And Cons Of Health Lifestyles

    or “Life’s Simple 7” (http://www.heart.org/HEARTORG/Conditions/My-Life-Check---Lifes-Simple-7_UCM_471453_Article.jsp#.VvRqg0fqM4A). They include: managing blood pressure, controlling cholesterol, reducing blood sugar, getting active, eating better, losing weight, and stopping smoking. Each of these have…

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