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    Both Avicenna and Thomas Aquinas articulately explain the nature of the Divine Intellect in their respective works The Salvation, “Metaphysics” and Summa Contra Gentiles: Book One: God. They offer arguments that contrast one another concerning the divine intellect, and in particular, God’s ability to intellect singulars. Despite the convincing nature of Avicenna’s proofs, Aquinas effectively proves God’s knowledge of singulars by a sound argument that supports God’s knowledge of singulars, a proof that necessitates this reality, and in turn, provides an argument that undercuts the necessity that God cannot intellect singulars. For this topic, complexity often ensues when explaining how an eternal and unchanging God knows the changing individuals that man experiences. As the foundation of the question…

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    This assignment consists of an action plan that will aid me becoming a cardiac physiologist upon my graduation. This is someone that is involved in the treatment and diagnosis of patients, regardless of age with heart disease. They investigate and monitor the workings of the heart by doing such, they retrieve the diagnosis. Consequently, becoming the “tools that cardiologists and surgeons need to diagnose and treat heart disease”…

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    No one likes going to the doctor, no one likes being sick, no one likes the unknown. We all want answers when things go wrong, we all want to feel better. Today modern medicine allows for quick answers and a pill or treatment for almost anything. We have determined that viruses and bacteria are malignant cells that attack the healthy cells within our bodies and that sickness is the result of the immune system trying to defend the body from the malignant cells. What would it have been like to…

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    Since the dawn of time, societies have argued about the origins of true knowledge and whether it was a gift brought forth by a divine power or a direct consequence of self-discovery. Through, the ages, many notable writers such as Plato and Bacon provided their own views on the source of knowledge. In his short story the “Allegory of the cave”, Plato claims that by identifying our identities and breaking through the barriers created by our false perception, we will be able to access that source…

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    In All Summer in a Day, Ray Bradbury uses descriptive language and symbolism to represent the sun and its connection to the children's happiness. The sun makes the children excited, and happy when they hear that the sun is coming. The symbolism that he used is what shows That the rumor of the sun's arrival excites the children and makes them so happy. Ray Bradbury also uses The writing skill of descriptive language to describe and explain the children and different events in the story. He shows…

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    When nurses use evidence-based practice when caring for a patient, it allows the patient to receive the best quality care that they need. Every procedure that a nurse does should be based off evidence-based practice. At the facility that I am currently working at, it is easy to find resources about evidence based practice. However, one thing that obstructs the facility ability to implement evidence-based practice is that the facility has two educators that work with our department but they are…

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    Evidence Based Practice Evidence based practice is of great importance in nursing because keeping ones practice up to date with credible well thought out information helps improve healthcare outcomes. This short essay will discuss the importance of evidence based practice, the promotion of better patient outcomes, as well as the importance of research and rigor when finding credible studies. The importance of Evidence based practice cannot be underestimated enough due to the fact that evidence…

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    Voices in the Dark The hatred between the kingdoms of Sharkton and Delamína is well known. It had been that way since the Fourth Dark War. No one knows this hatred better than my father; he loathed Delamína with a burning passion that would never die. Well, that’s not true. He had died “accidentally” last night after he fell (was pushed) down the grand staircase. Now, I’m free to slay dragons, burn villages and be a total womanizer without my father telling me “No”. He would lecture me and…

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    Why Bother With Evidence

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    Why Bother with Evidence? The authors’ purpose for writing this article is to grasp better understanding on why evidence-based practice and research still has a lot of reforming and updating to do. There was a noticeable lack in proper evidence-based practice and research by medical professionals which appears to be the primary reason that the authors of this article felt guided to provide reasoning and practice techniques to correct this problem. These authors also wanted to display how…

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    Looking at and understanding how nursing is influenced by the differences between the focus of evidenced-based practice and the focus of research is a basic fundamental that applies not only to nursing but many different aspect of other fields like trading stocks in stock market, teaching to being an auto-mechanic. (Schmidt and Brown, 2012) define evidenced-based practice (EBP) as “practice based on the best available evidence, patient preferences, and clinical judgment” (p.4). Research is…

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