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    is identical for everyone. This ontological approach is consistent with both legal positivism theory and separability theory. The development of the hypothesis is supported with the economics theory of inventor incentive. This supports the epistemology of the suggested collection method through an empirical study that uses a survey that asks direct questions whose results can be presented in a statistical format. Validation is not necessary as the facts speak for themselves. This is a deductive process whose results would allow us then to develop a theory around our results. Does this approach meet the real research needs of IP law? What about an interdisciplinary approach to the question? Interdisciplinary Approach Interdisciplinarity seeks to understand an issue or problem by filling the gaps between disciplines, by looking through multiple lens to locate an avenue for research (Scassa, et al, 2014). Law involves a set of rules that govern the behaviour of people and their activities. Law is seen as occurring in two ways, first as natural law, where law is evaluated through the analysis of human nature and morality. Second, law can be seen, as stated above, from a legal positivist frame work. Through the use of interdisciplinary study the research will consider legal theory, where philosophical methods of inquiry and law are blended and we no longer speak on law and philosophy alone. This method looks at the question as a problem to solve rather than an…

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    As a horizontal leader, the Clinical Nurse Leader is pivotal to the healthcare team, serving as a critical navigator through the microsystem (Harris, et. al., 2014). In preparing the CNL for the prestigious role, such skills as effective communication, collaboration, negotiation, delegation, coordination and evaluation must be learned and mastered for the CNL to be successful in demonstrating the strength of this new type of nurse. It is through these advanced characteristics that will aid the…

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    Human beings are designed to cooperate and collaborate with systems, their bodies are organisms that work in cooperation. In fact, every aspect of biology is interdependent of each other. Interdisciplinary curriculums with an integrated learning approach (I-I), constitutes an exterior representation of our interior-natural functionality and consequently, a natural way of learning. An overall implementation of an (I-I) methodology in the American educational system will ensure students into…

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    The chosen project, data set, and recommendation(s) stemmed from a needs assessment done as a multidisciplinary approach to ensuring that LMHS meets the current and future needs of its medical staff. The identified concern was that the current locations for trainings, nursing residency education, orientation, and other meetings have had their locations renovated into patient care areas. This places a strain on the healthcare system as these scheduled meetings are necessary to ensure…

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    Clinical Nurse Leader as an Agent of Change The fast changing healthcare environment necessitates an advanced generalist to oversee the care being delivered in the microsystem. The mission is to improve the quality of patient care and prepare other nurses with the skills necessary in the current and future healthcare system. The Clinical Nurse Leader (CNL) focuses on the patient safety with an evidence of leadership, teamwork, effective communication, and patient-centeredness utilizing…

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    Rehabilitation is a continuous process that requires active, goal directed patient participation and multi-professional team work. Occupational, Speech-Language, and Physical Therapists, are essential to the rehabilitation and recovery of patients who suffer from neurological and physical deficits and they must work collaboratively with other healthcare team members to optimize patient outcomes. Occupational therapists treat injured, ill, or disabled patients through the therapeutic use of…

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    I never imagined that going back to school would make me feel so alive. New stories, facts, and references feed my mind and my voice, bringing confidence and clarity to my life. In Spain, where I grew up, women were not recognized or encouraged to continue their education or have a voice. Out of ignorance, my father and brothers crashed any impulse that I had as a young girl to let my opinions and my voice out; however, I found alternative ways to express myself through dance, paint and…

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    Interdisciplinary Approach

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    To ensure graduate teachers are well equipped for the teaching and learning of interdisciplinary curricular in the twenty-first century, we need to make sure they are prepared with the right skills and knowledge. As a soon to be graduate teacher, I have realised that the interdisciplinary approach has become significant and challenging in the modern curriculum. It is a key concept that has been used throughout all levels of education. A lot of discussions have been made about integrative…

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    Interdisciplinarity in life, and academics, is crucial to becoming a well-rounded person. To understand information to best of our ability it is important to know and recognize the different ways to look at it. Looking at 19th century Americans, technology; and contemporary courtship, dating, and sexual activity from the views of different authors has allowed me to understand the different ways of looking at information we have discussed. As a result of taking an interdisciplinary perspective…

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    According to studies in interdisciplinary collaboration (Bozeman et al., 2016; Scarbrough, Panourgias and Nandhakumar, 2015; Siedlok and Hibbert, 2014; Jahn, Bergmann and Keil, 2012; Akkerman and Bakker, 2011), many motivational factors have been identified as drivers of cross-disciplinary collaboration; they could be grouped into four major factors. Firstly, most societies are faced with complex and multifaceted issues such as global warming. Connecting knowledge from different disciplines is…

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