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    The six major parts of an American Psychological Association (APA) research paper include: title page, abstract, introduction, method section, results section, discussion section, and references section (Weathington, 2010, 156). The first three pages set the stage for the research paper and determine whether the reader will be captured and motivated to continue. The first page of the research paper is the title page which is centered horizontally and consists of: the running head – which is a short version of the paper title; paper title – which should give an indication of the purpose of the research; researcher names; and researcher professional affiliation. The second page contains the abstract, which gives a short description of the…

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    The AHA, also known as America Hospital Association, is a national organization founded in 1899 by eight hospital superintendents from Cleveland, Oh. Originally, the AHA was known as the Association of Hospital Superintendents but, was later renamed in 1906 to the American Hospital Association. The AHA represents nearly five thousand hospitals, healthcare systems, and other providers and an estimated forty-three thousand individual members; making it the leading association for United States…

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    The American Medical Association (AMA) is fighting for DTC advertising to be banned. AMA states concerns people ask for drugs that are unnecessary and cost of prescription drugs is rising. According to AMA, there is “a 30% increase in money spent on ads in the past two years, which now totals $4.5 billion” (the fix, 2015). The opposing view from the pharmaceutical companies is that DTC advertising helps inform people to know what to talk to their doctor about for their health and treatment.…

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    There are many professional nursing organizations in the United States of America amongst which are National Nurses United (NNU), American Nurses Association (ANA), the Association of Nurse Executives (AONE), the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AANC), the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), Sigma Theta Tau, National Students Association etc… However having visited some of these organizational websites, I picked interest on American Nurses Association (ANA), because it…

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    This group is comprised of Travis Coffey, Isiah Collie, Thomas Baker and Jermaine Windster. The American Heart Association was established in 1924 by six cardiologists. Presently, the current number of volunteers and supporters of the organization is greater than "22.5 million" (American Heart Association, 2015). The American Heart Association (AHA) is a national voluntary health organization whose main purpose is to develop national health and educational campaigns to raise awareness about…

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    In 2010, CARING merged with the American Nursing Informatics Association (ANIA) from California. ANIA has over 3,000 members from 34 countries, and 50 states (Nelson & Staggers, 2014, p. 7). ANIA created the logo, "where caring and technology meet". ANIA purpose is, "to advance the field of nursing informatics through communication, education, research and professional activities" (ANIA Strategic Plan, 2016). ANIA has developed goals, objectives, strategies and tactics for each purpose.…

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    Psychology has been around since the beginning of humanity. Even before the term “Psychology” was coined people would try various things to try to fix people who were different than them. Often, these individuals would have mental disabilities such as ADHD (Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder). As more people became involved with psychology and the number of experiments increased there became growing a need for a central organization that could set the standard for the field and what can…

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    The American Heart Association is the nation’s oldest and largest voluntary organization dedicated to fighting heart disease and stroke. (American heart association) 1924, six cardiologists, recognizing a need for a national association, formed the American Heart Association (AHA). They thought a national organization could efficiently share research and promote findings better than as separate groups. “The AHA remained small until the 1940s”, when a big donation from Procter and Gamble caught…

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    The healthcare-based organization that I chose is the American Medical Association. The American Medical Association (AMA) is an association of physicians that seeks to promote the art and science of medicine and the betterment of public health. It also is dedicated to empowering physicians to continue to provide safer, higher quality, and more efficient care to patients and communities all over the world. For many years, the AMA has had unlimited commitment to using its diverse position and…

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    In 1997, the American Heart Association brought together the organization’s stroke-related activities as American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. In an effort to get women involved in increasing stroke awareness, The Power of Women in Media was created as a brand that symbolizes women banding together through the effective use of social and traditional media to increase stroke awareness and whose mission it is to empower women to begin a movement that will stimulate collective…

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