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    Macedonian were participating in an update education to introduce evidence based into their practice of delivering care. As the perinatal mortality rate was the highest in Europe health care administrators was provided an evidence based practice training to all health care staff with the objective to implement and evaluate how it would help in reducing the rate of perinatal mortality. As a result of the intervention nurses in Macedonian was motivated to implement evidence based into their…

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    historical, and cultural factors, which have influenced the system (Bristol, 2010). Key economic indicators in these countries discuss range from Inflation in 2011 at 2.6-3.9, GDP in 2011 at 2.1- 1.5, GDP forecast in 2012 3.3-6.3, and Unemployment rate in 2011 to present 5.2- 9.1 (Reconstruction costs,…

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    carrying out the Harvard step test practical. This test is where a person carries out a period of exercise for a certain length of time and then records their heart rate before and for so long after the period. This shows how fit and healthy the heart is by showing how long it takes for the heart to go back to a regular resting pulse rate. “The cardiovascular response to acute exercise is centred on the principle that the cardiovascular system fulfils three primary functions: to deliver…

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    Florence Nightingale paved the way for nursing as a respected profession. Although her legacy is debated, indisputably without her, modern nursing would look significantly different. Nightingale felt a calling to serve mankind through the medical profession. Being part of the elite and wealthy social circle, her family did not support her decision. Their hesitance stemmed from the fact that in Victorian England nurses were known to be drunks and engage in immoral behavior (Cohen, 1984).…

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    near zero percent interest rates. This is partly due to the globalisation of financial markets and that overseas economies are in no shape whatsoever to withstand higher interest rates. Meanwhile, in recent weeks, it has become increasingly evident that Fed Chair Yellen is keen to avoid her legacy being judged as a disappointment via her inability to raise the federal funds rate. She has duly taken note of the failures of other central banks to raise their policy rates away from zero. As…

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    The aim of this section is to critically evaluate results of empirical tests carried out by the study and compare these with those of previous studies, literature and theories. This will enable the study to derive reasonable conclusions and proffer recommendations. CRITICAL DISCUSSION AND SUMMARY It is observed that growth in globalisation implies an increase in the extent of transactions between companies in different countries. Companies trading across territories transact in various national…

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    The Effects of Substrate Concentration and Temperature on a Catalase Reaction Rate Introduction Catalase is a vital component in the human body. The most crucial of which would be Enzymes, these are protein catalysts. A catalyst speeds up a chemical reaction rate. Virtually all chemical reactions within the human body require a catalase enzyme to be completed in the proper amount of time. The decomposition of hydrogen peroxide to oxygen and water can be completed with the catalase enzyme…

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    depicts the interval, or the amount of time, between two pulses. Table 4 depicts the calculate heart rates of volunteer 1 and 2 based upon the amplitude and interval of each pulse. As interval decreases, heart rate increase and amplitude does not affect rate, but represents the…

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    This chapter discusses the findings and calculations from Chapter 3 and Chapter 4. These results help to answer research questions 1), 2), 3), and 4). In addition, the results of measuring legal central bank independence indexes from previous studies are used to contrast with ones from this research. Lessons from comparing the RBNZ’s model are generated, and they are to answer research question 5). The chapter is organised as follows: summary of key results, conclusion, and recommendations. 6.1…

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    interest rates, foreign exchange markets and rates The questions that I will answer for this week’s assignment are as follows: Why the simultaneous targeting of the money supply and interest rates is sometimes impossible to achieve? How do central banks intervene in foreign exchange markets? What did the Bretton Woods Agreement do to the ability of foreign exchange rates to fluctuate freely? Targeting Money Supply and Interest rates Firstly, the Fed targets money supply and interest rates in…

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