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    Introduction: From rest to exercise the human body’s cardiovascular and respiratory systems must integrate and adapt to changing conditions—especially during incremental increases in submaximal exercise to maximal exercise. The coordination of cardiovascular and respiratory systems coalesce to form what is known as the cardiorespiratory system (Lotric & Stefanovska, 2000). Within muscle cells there are extremely limited stores for anaerobic energy; thus, a well-coordinated cardiovascular and…

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    Conducting a Risk Assessment A 25-year-old patient has presented to the clinic today. The patient reports that she is homeless, a type II diabetic, HIV positive, and currently pregnant with a gestational age of 25 weeks. The patient also reports that she was previously seen at a community health clinic that has since closed due to monetary factors. At this point during the initial prenatal visit, the provider should perform a risk assessment on this patient. Prior to conducting the risk…

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    Conducting a “time-out” before any surgical procedure is started is the best way to avoid wrong-site, wrong-side or wrong-patient mistakes. Time-outs are done with the entire surgical team to verify patient, procedure and side. At that time the surgical team confirms or corrects any information that is needed for the upcoming case. This procedure is Joint Commission required for every surgical facility and/or hospital. One of the most common time-out errors is when team members are busy or…

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    Professional scepticism is an attitude or mindset that is used by auditors when conducting an audit. It is used in order to help the auditor assume a position that is objective and unbiased throughout the audit. It is viewed by many within the auditing profession as an essential quality that the auditor must possess when conducting audit and can be a major factor in audit quality. But it is not the only factor when it comes to obtaining high audit quality, with audit quality itself be hard to…

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    research not only enriches the theory but also the researcher themselves. Case research can be defined as the research strategy that suited to capture knowledge of practitioners and developing theories from it (Benbasat et al., 1987). The purpose on conducting case research is not to produce theories for others to test (Kitokivi & Choi, 2014). Theories produced in case research can certainly be subjected to further testing, but as an extension of the earlier case research and definitely not as…

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    Research Methods Midterm Exam Guadalupe M. Flores Fullerton College If Behavioral scientists start conducting applied research only, it will concentrate on finding a specific solution. The pro about this is that budget will be more available for scientists using applied research if they stop conducting basic research studies. Basic research studies are done based on curiosity in science but the results do not have immediate application in real world. With this in mind, getting rid…

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    Evaluate the challenges of conducting qualitative Research The challenges are different for qualitative research than for the quantitative research process. Each stage has different major characteristics and can be explored when the researcher does not know the variables. The main characteristics are as follows: collecting data from a lesser number of participants where the data is based on words rather than from numbers, exploring a central phenomenon and justifying a problem with the…

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    Conducting Coaching Sessions: The GROW Model Introduction The purpose of this session is the continued collaboration between the coach and coachee in working towards his ultimate goals. The ultimate goal is to assist the coachee in achieving his performance goal, and overcoming his pessimistic personality. In session to the coach and coachee addressed the G and R components of the GROW model for change. However in this session, we will utilize the O component of the Grow Model. During the O…

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    Conducting cultural assessments on each individual patient is a necessity in nursing. This paper will describe some of the key components of conducting a comprehensive cultural assessment. I will also choose two of the listed components and reflect on my own culture and how it could possibly impact my attitude toward a patient of a different culture. Lastly, I will create two nursing diagnoses, for a patient who comes into a physician’s office that I work for, with a newly diagnosed problem.…

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    An manager should provide general feedback on a regular basis, such as after tasks are completed, to keep employees aware of the quality of their work. By taking the time to offer general feedback, an employer can avoid surprising the employee with negative feedback and the unnecessary conflict it may cause. When an employee is surprised during an evaluation the focus shifts from what they must do to improve going forward and switches to a defensive posture that can manifests itself by blaming…

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