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  • Ballast Water Essay

    Ballast Water Self-Monitoring System A ballast water self-monitoring system combined with an already approved and tested BWTS harnesses technological advancements that allow for a wide array of analytics and the ability to monitor ballast water treatment systems globally, creating transparency between vessel owners and subscribers in real time. A self-monitoring system would have to meet requirements enacted by different organizations and would have to comply with a stricter standard if an active substance is used for monitoring purposes and although testing can be costly it would be a lot less involved because this system is not directly filtering any of the ballast water. It allows for not only the industry to capture the rapid expansion…

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  • Environmental Pollution In Nursing

    environment, precautionary measures should be taken even if some cause and effect relationships are not fully established scientifically. (ANA & CNPE, 2007, p. 6) The ANA reiterates the ethical responsibility nurses have to not only be cognizant of individual patients’ needs, but also “of broader health concerns such as world hunger, environmental pollution, lack of access to health care, violation of human rights, and inequitable distribution of nursing and health resources” (ANA & CNPE, 2007,…

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  • Personal Listening Style Analysis

    demonstrating abilities in the people-oriented listening style look for areas of commonality with their conversation partner with an instinctive ability to empathetically listen giving them strong connection to the emotional messages being conveyed. As a Non-Commissioned Officer, it is imperative to the mission that those individuals in whom I was given charge were physically and mentally prepared to carry out assigned duties. If for any reason there were issues, whether personal or…

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  • How To Write A Reflection On A Clinical Experience

    I aimed to improve both recognising and using non-verbal signals, gestures, facial expressions and body language. I also tried to advance my active listening skills giving my full attention to my patient while being seen to be listening by maintaining eye contact and give confirmation to the patient by nodding, smiling or by using verbal ratification. I did this to keep the concentration of my patient and prevent them from reaching a conclusion that I wasn’t properly listening. I also found that…

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  • Reflection On A Critical Incident

    I realized that even though I was not able to directly use cathartic skills, I still learned that something as simple as providing my presence to D.B. still played a beneficial role. Also, utilization of active listening skills such as observing D.B.’s nonverbal behaviours and monitoring my own nonverbal behaviours aided in this situation, even though I did not think much of it during the event. While I did not realize it at first, my feelings of self-doubt masked the fact that I did possess…

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  • Active Listening In Social Work

    The first task is to schedule the meeting with her support system. The second task is to have the meeting with her support system. The third task is to tell them what is going on in her life at the meeting and ask them for help. Write a brief essay discussing the importance of active listening and how we ask questions. Write a reflective response and a follow-up question for the following statements listed below as a part of your essay. Active listening is vital in social work field. Active…

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  • Active Listening: The Most Important Communication Skills

    Because again, not only is listening a skill that we can improve upon, but it is also something that requires constant work. Active listening is a way to listen with intensity, and purpose. You are fully concentrated on the message, and actively fighting off distractions. One of the important elements of active listening, is learning how to listening with out judgement and listen with acceptance. This can be hard for individuals, especially “selfish listeners.” We have to practice removing our…

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  • Concepts Of Chicago Fire And Chicago PD

    true understand of how we act in these type of situations in every day life. The ten concepts I picked are: first impressions, attractiveness, jargons, active listening, paraphrasing, volume,…

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  • Personal Listening Skills And Effectiveness

    A person’s culture refers to those beliefs, morals, artistic nuances, customs, personal traits, behaviors, attitudes, folklore, manner of thinking and laws acquired by the individual over time from the societal environment where they reside. (Taylor, 1974) The culture I mainly identify with is the American culture. Various traits in my communication can expressly exemplify the American culture. Among these is assertiveness, which has been marked as one of the primary identifiers of American…

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  • Active Listening Vs Passive Listening Essay

    somebody in a certain field. Other skills are valuable in majority of things that people do throughout the day. One of the most important skills that somebody can use in any field they work in is listening. It is essential to know the different types of listening, distractions from listening accurately, and also benefits of listening to understand why it is so important. Surprisingly, there is more to listening than it seems. It’s not just an on and off switch. Listening comes in…

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