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  • Social Problem Of Homelessness In America

    My proposal is about homelessness in America and what is the city doing to huse the homeless people dispite the overcrowdeding of the shelter. This social issue is a major to our society because the need for helping the unfornutate poeple. There are many orgainization to help the lives of homesless people but sometmes the mental health matter gets in way. Even thought he syllabus saiddirectly to not discuss a social problem that has been disguss in class, I feel the homeless problem is important…

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  • Meconium Aspiration Syndrome: A Case Study

    Meconium Aspiration Syndrome can lead to many complications to the newborn. It occurs when the fetus inhales meconium in the utero or during birth. Post term pregnancy, and macrosomia are the most common cause of intrauterine stress, causing the passage of meconium. The assessments to look for are meconium staining, respiratory distress, barrel- shaped chest, and rales and rhonchi heard on auscultation. The two QSEN’s competencies that will help future nurses develop the knowledge, skills, and…

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  • Homeless Elderly

    When thinking about homelessness, the elderly people issue doesn’t immediately come to our mind. Homeless elders, although increasing in numbers, continue to be a forgotten population. The number of elderly adults who have become homeless has increased around the county. An example of this increase has occurred in Massachusetts, where from 1999 to 2002, the number of people over 55 using shelters increased by 60% (HEARTH, 2007). The increased homelessness among elderly persons is largely the…

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  • Outline Of An Informative Speech On Homelessness

    General Purpose: To inform Specific Purpose: To inform my audience on the different ways the organization of National Coalition for the homeless work together to prevent or help to end homelessness. Thesis: As a society we need to work together by being a part of the resolution to help end this war on homelessness. Transition: Homelessness affects all walks of life. INTRODUCTION I. Have you ever experienced what it feels to be homeless? II. There are many single individuals, veterans…

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  • Essay On Homeless In Pennsylvania

    Homeless in Pennsylvania Homelessness has been a problem for decades in Pennsylvania. In January of 2015, there were over half a million people experiencing homelessness in the United States. Not every homeless person has the choice of finding a place to live for shelter, and many children and adults suffer from homelessness every day. There are many shelters for single adults with children but not many shelters to house single adults. There are various reasons for homelessness…

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  • Pathways To Homelessness

    Homelessness Someone who is homeless is defined as a person who does not have a home and is typically living on the streets in a non-permanent situation. The homeless population is a growing social issue throughout California, the United States, and other nations. The homeless are everywhere yet they are considered the invisible people. Over the past century, the homeless population has became more common, and they have grown to be part of everyday life. They have become part of the landscape;…

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  • Premature Baby Boy Case Study

    Ana is a pregnant 17 year-old farm labor worker. Her placenta erupted at 30 weeks during her pregnancy and an emergency C-section was performed. Her baby is a high risk in the NICU with low APGAR scores, neonatal encephalopathy, seizures and poor prognosis. His survival rate is low with chances of neurological damage. Doctors want to continue treatment while Ana wants to take home the baby for palliative care. There are many studies that prove premature babies do have a chance of survival, but…

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  • Essay On Homeless Stereotypes

    The Stereotype What image do you see when you hear the word homeless? I used to think of words like dirty, lonely, and also needy. The true definition of homeless is without a home, and therefore typically living on the streets. Stereotyping is a common thought through our human minds, which is when you are oversimplifying an image or idea of a particular type of person or thing. I learned this summer on my mission trip to Madison, Wisconsin, that homeless people are not what we think they are.…

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  • Homeless Shelters: The Issue Of Homelessness

    There are approximately 20,000 homeless people in Detroit Michigan , 25% of those homeless people are children,13% are veterans, about 60% are families with children and almost half are mentally ill. In the homeless shelter there are about 1,900 beds in the shelter. More than half of the homeless people are children, 69% of homeless people in Michigan families are single mothers with children.There shouldn’t be any people living on the streets.All the homeless people,mainly live downtown…

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  • Child Birth Medicine

    the events during the delivery. There were still problems with anesthesia, some women weren’t able to communicate with the doctors or nurses, and pushing was very difficult. Due to the women not being able to communicate or push either a cesarean section or forceps were often crucial for the birth to be carried out. Typically when the child’s born after the mother being medicated so heavily, the child is usually generally very sleepy, as well as a reduced drive to breathe properly, often…

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