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  • Pedagogical Strength And Weakness Essay

    fairly subjective term depending on your philosophical views, the concept serves as the foundation for professional development. Just as best practice means something different to a doctor practicing homeopathy versus a doctor siding with western medicine, the idea of best practice also varies widely amongst educators. Despite varying definitions, one thing remains universal; continuous improvement is critical to success. Regardless of the profession, it is critical to reflect on your work,…

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  • Congenital Muscular Torticollis Case Study

    Physical Therapy Management of Congenital Muscular Torticollis: An Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline. Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association, 248-394. Hwang, J., Lee, H., Kim, J., Park, M., Kwack, K., Han, J., & Yim, S. (2012). Magnetic Resonance Imaging as a Determinant for Surgical Release of Congenital Muscular Torticollis: Correlation with the Histopathologic Findings. Annals of Rehabilitation Medicine, 36, 320-327. Larsen, L. J. (1957). Congenital…

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  • Robotic Nursing Research Paper

    at a rapid rate, with all the concern being directed toward robotics in the healthcare setting. Robots have been proposed as a way to assist people to stay safe and healthy and help nurses to complete a task in the hospital setting. There is an evidence show that shortage of nurses in Singapore. which is expected to become more unsettled in Singapore as increasing demand for health care that comes with a growing and rapidly aging population. Singapore shortage of nurses, need to increase the…

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  • Turmeric Benefits

    Turmeric is as powerful as all the prescribed medications for chronic diseases, minus the side-effects I’m sure most of you have heard about the potent space that it is turmeric. However, the popularity it enjoys lately if for a very justified reason. It seems that turmeric may be as powerful and helpful as those medications used for chronic diseases. Even though there must be done a thorough research regarding the powers and effects of turmeric on the human body, we still can’t deny that…

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  • My Sister's Care By Elizabeth Piatt: Article Analysis

    Elizabeth Piatt is professor of sociology and has a PhD in medical sociology. She is mostly interested in exploring racial inequalities in physical and mental health. In february 2015, her article, “Navigating Veronika: How Access, Knowledge, And Attitudes shaped My Sister’s Care”, Piatt discusses how there is minimal conversation between a patient and the healthcare professionals and the attitude that healthcare professionals have towards poor patients. She also addresses how socioeconomic…

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  • Top Ten Core Ethical Values In Nursing

    Top Ten Core Ethical Values My top ten core ethical values are, autonomy, nonmalficence, beneficence, justice, veracity, fidelity, confidentiality, sanctity of life, civility, and advocacy. I will use these values to guide my nursing practice now and in the future. Sanctity of Life Sanctity of life is the obligation to view human life as sacred (Bokinskie, 2014). Nurses have the obligation to care and preserve life, from the youngest to the elderly. Genesis 1:27 states that we are formed in…

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  • Medical Marijuana Should Be Legal

    suffering. However, properties found in marijuana have been proven to relieve them greatly. Medical marijuana should be legalized for the sole purpose of providing useful help to patients suffering from symptoms that can be relieved by cannabis. Evidence-based research, government reports, and peer-reviewed articles have shown that marijuana can be beneficial to patients suffering from illnesses such as glaucoma, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, AIDS, Cancer, and…

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  • Electroconvulsive Therapy Argumentative

    Electroconvulsive Therapy among depressed patients: argumentative essay Introduction and Background Electroconvulsive therapy is controversial issue and had ethical issue since its discovery about its practice over the world and that vary from country to another, whereas it has unknown mechanism of action and adverse effect, so there is ethical dilemma to practice in the world whereas, that used to treat depression prior discovery of pharmacotherapy , on the other hand had legal…

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  • Decision Support In Healthcare

    communication and collaboration, increased productivity in staff, improved the quality of decision making, improve the flexibility of time and the space of decision making. During this time period, Decision support systems evolve in a more computer-based systems that supported production, promotion, pricing, marketing and some logistical functions. Later in the 1980’s, the Decision support system began to help companies enjoy more interests from academics and the framework for Decision Support…

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  • Primary Care Shortage In Nursing

    According to research studies over 58 million Americans live in geographic areas or will fit to groups of population that are reflected to primary care shortage. The following areas are known officially as primary care Health Professional Shortage Areas (HPSAs). The area are states like Nebraska 1.4%, Mississippi 57.3%, but not only that to consider, almost half the states, it is estimated at least 20%. Our capital D.C has a shortage of 30%, this also shows that anywhere in the U.S are lacking…

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