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    me focus. I sometimes get lost in my own thoughts as I listen to a specific song because it sometimes relates to what I am experiencing at the time or have experienced. Professor Foss’ lessons aided me in learning about revolutionary songs. She also showed us what people listened to in the 1980s. Psychology was the next section we got a taste of. Psychology is the study of the human mind and its functions. We discussed mental illness. Mental illness is a condition affecting a person’s thinking, feeling and mood. There are many multiple types of mental illness. At the end of the section, we had to write a paper on a case study we found interesting. I chose to research the case study of Henry Gustav Molaison. He was famously known as patient HM to protect his identity. Henry was born on February 26th, 1926 in the Manchester Memorial Hospital in Connecticut. When he was 9 years old, a bicycle accident occurs which caused his life to change forever. His brain was damaged and caused him to suffer from seizures. Doctors tried performing surgeries that failed. The neuroscientists actually damaged his brain more than it already was. The mistakes made during the surgeries hindered him from making new memories. Back in the day, they did not know as much as we do now so they were not cautious. Researching this topic taught me a lot about the human brain. The last section of this series of disciplines introduced to us was communism. Communism is a political derived from Karl Marx. This…

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    Throughout our lives we watch and find enjoyment through many different films and cinemas. A lot of the time we find ourselves critiquing the movie based on many different factors such as the quality of writing, acting or actors, the film quality, or the way we are entertained by it. In many movies are disabilities and disorders we can see in psychology that are portrayed in different ways, and it is important we call attention to these movies and critique them through a scientific lens. In many…

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    Movie Analysis Before I Go To Sleep 1 and 2) The Director of the movie call “before I go to sleep” is Rowan joffe. The story takes place mainly inside in the house. The main character Christine suffers from a memory condition called anterograde Amnesia, she wakes up every morning with a man she doesn’t know; she wakes up without any memory about her life. She asks him “who are you,” because she don’t remember anything, he explains her every morning that he is her husband Ben. He tells her she…

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    Hm Risk Management

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    First off, before identifying how risk management is related to quality, we must first define both terms. Risk management is defined as “The process in place to identify, evaluate, and control risk; defined as the organization’s risk of accidental financial liability” (Brodnik, Finehart-Thompson, & Reynolds, 2012). Whereas quality is defined as “doing the right thing, at the right time, in the right way, for the right person- and having the best possible results” (Brodnik et al., 2012). That…

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    Expanded HM Functions

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    Unit 7 – Principles of Business Management Case Study Analysis The case study "Job Redesign for Expanded HIM Functions." By Elizabeth Layman, presented at the 2011 AHIMA Convention Proceedings looks at issues in the health care information management (HIM) industry. Employees and managers were struggling with too much work that was addressed by everyone working longer and harder. Jobs roles and responsibilities and the way jobs were structured needed to be changed in order to relieve the…

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    The scientific voyage of the HMS Challenger changed the course of scientific history during its four year voyage that spanned more than 69,000 nautical miles. In 1870, the British government agreed to give the Royal Society the use of one of its ships for research use. The warship HMS Challenger was modified to a research ship by having ammunition and 15 guns removed and replaced with laboratories. It was the first expedition of its kind, organized and funded specifically to chart and record…

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    HMS Victory: Royal Navy

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    HMS Victory is a 104-gun first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, ordered in 1758, laid down in 1759 and launched in 1765. She is best known as Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. She was also Keppel's flagship at Ushant, Howe's flagship at Cape Spartel and Jervis's flagship at Cape St Vincent. After 1824, she served as a harbor ship. In 1922, she was moved to a dry dock at Portsmouth, England, and preserved as a museum ship. She has been the flagship of the First…

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    In 2011, Elizabeth Layman, PhD, released a case study named “Job Redesign for Expanded HIM Functions.” This case study presents the challenges, as well as solutions, facing the HIM industry transitioning to digital record mediums (Layman, 2011, p. 1). Concerning this study, how are the principles of goal setting applied? The goal is to shift to electronic records and deal with the ongoing changes in the industry. In this study Layman makes the case for using various tools to help implement this…

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    Analysis of “Job Redesign for Expanded HIM Functions” The management of HIS (Human Information Services) Departments is undergoing huge changes due mainly to the transition from a paper-based environment to an electronic environment. The influx of positions and functions due to this change is creating the need for realignment of departmental goals through re-engineering, restructuring, work redesign, and job redesign. The analysis of this case focuses on the principles of goal setting, the…

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    Several improvements can be implemented to increase business diversity, enhance marketing, and increase vertical integration. With white-labeling, instead of using the Herman Miller name, HM would sign a non-compete and disclosure agreement with each company it deals with and then would manufacture furniture based on each companies designs and requirements. The furniture and related designs would then be sold under the respective company’s brands, therefore introducing HM to consumer markets…

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