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  • Reflection On Northlake Family Practice

    Area needed for improvement NorthLake Family Practice sees on a daily basis a significant amount of African American newly diagnosis or patients with uncontrolled hypertension. I feel that education on hypertension, importance of medication and medication compliance, complication seen with uncontrolled hypertension, importance of exercising, and the DASH diet plan is needed to decrease hospitalizations and occurring of complications. African Americans are at a higher risk for hypertension versus other races. The class will consist of at least ten African American patients, both males and females ranging from ages 40 and older, that have been newly diagnosed or has uncontrolled hypertension. Community Resources There is an increase…

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  • Research Paper On Beginner Level Young Learners

    This paper covers the explanations of my lesson plan for 6-8 years old complete beginner level young learners. In this essay I explain why I chose the topic family and friends vocabulary, why I structured my lesson in the way I have, what my activities would contribute towards my aims, how I plan to deal with the possible problems during my lesson, why I chose those activities and why I didn’t chose the other activities I considered to use. I’ve chosen the scenario two (young learners) and as…

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  • Limiting Homework Research Paper

    Imagine you’re at home, it is 9 pm and you just got home from sports practice and band rehearsal. You’re exhausted and just want to go to bed. Now, you have 3-4 hours of homework due the next day. You have to stay up till 1 am doing homework. Then you have to get up at 6 am for the next day to do it all over again. Seems overwhelming right? This is how millions of students feel across America. Since too much homework can be overwhelming and kids have other after school activities, teachers…

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  • Cheerleading Narrative

    I’d rather be early than late like a few of the other girls. Eventually I realized that there was a lady in the gym talking to coach. I tried my best to listen to their conversation but I couldn’t hear much. I heard the words “Competition” and “All Star.” Recently I had heard about a cheer competition for the All Stars that would be held in San Jose. I live in San Francisco which isn’t that far away from San Jose, however, I have never been. We’re not All Stars though, why was that lady…

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  • Motor Skills

    describe a task. The last statement is true, although, speech should also be included when thinking about the term motor skill. “The term motor learning describes an act or task that satisfies four criteria. These four specifications are, goal oriented, meaning it is preformed in order to achieve some objective. Body and/or limb movements are required to accomplish the goal. Those movements are voluntary. Lastly, motor skills are developed as a result of practice. In other words, a skill must be…

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  • Family Presence During Resuscitation Summary

    Summery of Identifying Factors Inhibiting or Enhancing Family Presence During Resuscitation in the Emergency Department The difficult ethical decision to allow family members to be present in resuscitation processes can be challenging for many. Therefore, despite the support of family presence within resuscitations, compliance with this practice often fluctuates substantially. In an aim to implement evidenced-based patient-centered care, the qualitative study by Davidson, Buenavista, Hobbs, and…

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  • Personal Narrative-TAPPA, Let's Go !

    louder and louder as I got closer and closer to the gym. It was mid winter, and the championship game was approaching us. Everyday, my team and I practiced our skills, preparing us for the game. Unfortunately, the game was on the following Friday which resulted in a rush for us to practice as much as possible in order to defeat the other team. On the Thursday before the championship game, I went to practice with a thumping heart, beating really fast in anticipation of tomorrow. With a purple bag…

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  • Reflection On My Memory By Antonia Yerke

    you put “originally” it sounds as if you are not meaning it from the standpoint of racism. When we first went to interview Miss Diaz, I asked her two questions and wrote down what she said. For the second interview I came up with the question, “Do you like sports and if so what is your favorite sport & team?” During the second interview, I asked her eight to nine questions and wrote down what she said. Specifically, what questions I asked her, I don’t recall. I did her work at CF and family…

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  • Flexible Work Family Practices Essay

    Work-Family Practices: The Usage and Effect on Employee Performance Facts and Statistics ● Employers turn to flexible scheduling for recruitment and employee retention in workplaces with labor shortages. They also use this as a method to increase productivity, and job satisfaction (Golden, 2001). ● Women with a college degree are about 1.3 times more likely to have access to a flexible work schedule (Glauber, 2011). ● Men and women who work in public sectors, and are not unionized, do not have…

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  • Assignment 1: Planning And Engaging Stakeholders Paper

    organization, dedicated to strengthening children, families and communities through behavioral health treatment and skill building services. Matching with NASW values, it provides a 360o support network like Home and Community Based Counseling and Support, Individual Youth Mentoring, Parent Mentoring, Early Childhood Mental Health Services, Maternal Depression, Residential Treatment Services, Psychiatric Services to create a positive, lasting, measurable difference in the lives and communities…

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