Basic life support

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  • My Career Goals For Nursing

    Nursing has always been my passion and my life has been devoted to achieving just that. I was extremely excited to come across this Nurse Residency Program in Pediatrics as this is directly in line with my career goals. I would be an excellent candidate for this opportunity at Broward Health as I recently graduated from Chamberlain College of Nursing with my Bachelors degree. I have obtained my Florida licensure as a Registered Nurse and am certified with American Heart Association, Basic Life Support as well as Advanced Cardiac Life Support. The diverse community among the Broward Health systems has attracted me to begin my nursing career within this corporation. It is imperative to work as a team and collaborate amongst all health care…

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  • D1 Unit 3 Child Care Analysis

    a range of methods to support the child using their specialist knowledge. Therefore, if they feel this is working well, they would then report to the child’s teacher who should respect their ideas, and use them to support the child in the classroom. “Gaining support and advice from specialist professionals are important and should be valued, as this could support the child further.” Classroom activities could be adapted to allow for the child’s needs to be catered for. By respecting and valuing…

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  • Supportive Parents Research Paper

    Many parents do not support the athletic lives of their teens. They aren’t building a good relationship because they’re unsupportive and it impacts teens in many ways. Any supportive parent needs to be a part of their teen’s life and support them or at least try to. Showing support in the lives of your teens builds stronger relationships. From myself having the support in all areas around athletics from being driven to practices, cheered for in the stands, taken to team dinners and etc., I know…

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  • Los Angeles Fire Department Research Paper

    Los Angeles Fire Department For my research I chose the Los Angeles Fire Department. Their Mission statement is “to preserve life and property, promote public safety and foster economic growth through leadership, management and actions, as an all risk life safety response provider.” I found it important to note that LA city is the biggest in size and second most populated city in the United States, so they have a very big and important mission. History- The city of Los Angeles was founded in…

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  • Health Psychology Personal Statement

    Like every child, I went through the ubiquitous “why” stage where I posed this question even to the smallest, most mundane events of life. Filled with genuine curiosity and fascination, I desired to understand the ornate workings of the world. Unlike the majority of children, however, I did not lose this fervor and drive to find answers. This inquisitiveness laid the foundation for my interest in research work. Growing up, my family placed a tremendous emphasis on health, fitness, and…

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  • Successful Effective Leaders

    others. For instance, life, money, war, and so forth. Before starting everything, I have to plan and prepare everything I expect to happen. When I face the crises, I usually have more power to fix the problems. Although I like to compare or compete with others, I do not enjoy winning. My major objective is to get things done and prepare everything I could in order to own a big company. Therefore, I am surprised that the Clifton StrengthsFinder shows I strong in the Competition theme because I am…

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  • Mina Shaughnessy Diving In

    “Diving In: An Introduction to Basic Writing” by Mina Shaughnessy In this article, Shaughnessy argues that educators need to start examining their own teaching and learning processes and the complex and contextual needs of their students, instead of focusing on what students can be doing differently. She points out that basic writing students are not behind and need to “catch up” to any particular level, but there must been a more effective means of communication needs to be established between…

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  • How Does Poverty Affect Society

    Well based off my research I found two basic guaranteed income models: The universal basic income referred to as UBI and the negative income tax referred to as NIT. The less expensive of the two models, the NIT has an income cutoff point where if you made less, your taxes are negative. This means instead of paying the government, the government pays you after you file your taxes. This may pose a problem though. Say everything is going fine and dandy, then right after filing your taxes, you lose…

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  • Tlaving Bra Salesman's Lesson Analysis

    During a certain period in life, an individual must make the decision to follow the path of an outstanding career or settle with a temporary job. Most people may view a job as the safer choice; however, they do not realize the better life a career has to offer. Essentially, to teenagers making these life decisions, they confirm with a job because it’s quick and easy to get, it requires minimum training, and it serves as a starting point. As for a career, it may seem as years of unnecessary…

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  • Should Students Know Their Major Essay

    The students should know their major before they start college! Choosing a college major is an important part in a student life. It is the major that helps the student to know what to study. It decides the student’s career future. The major helps a student to find his correct career. If a student fails to find his right major it affects his whole life. Sometimes the students do not know exactly what they want to study once they begin their college education. When they have no idea about the…

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