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    freeze begins to thaw. Mysterious sound of snowmelt running down the gutters, and smell salt tang of the ocean. (Page 185) During a period of strange foggy weather known as Strawberry Spring presented as a paranormal and eerie ghost across a small college town in Main. A college student appears unable to recall his actions and suffers headaches when murders happen, but romanticizes the fog as though possessed. 8 years later the student/father concludes he is the murderer after reading in the paper “Springheeled Jack” had struck again. Unable to recall where he was the night before and fearing to look in his trunk. The mans wife believes he was with another woman, so does our narrator now. The college student is externally conflicted as the fog has possessed him compared to the tranquil collectively passionate feeling it gives. Conflicts arise as the young father tries to recall where he was the night before to his wife as she cries in the next…

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    Which shift to prefer-Day shift or night shift Companies that specifically operate in the service sector have designed schedules that ensure uninterrupted supply of its services to the customers. In doing so, the working day is divided into shifts such that the work is carried out in set of periods during which different group of individuals perform their duties. Usually the day is divided into three shifts, First shift, second shift, and the third shift. The first shift is also…

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    the night shift nurse is recovering a patient who has been hospitalized for a femur fracture. While assessing the patient the nurse views that patient’s toes are pale and swollen and she complains of numbness in her toes. The nurse should have recognized this as possibly being a complication of the fracture, The nurse had a duty to report her findings to the patient’s physician immediately. The…

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    Food Truck Business Plan

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    Midnight Snacks food truck can be a late-night dream for people who typically work between 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Night owls and overnight, third-shift workers, often lack access to fresh meals that are available in regular, or fast food, restaurants during the day. After a thorough analysis of the local food truck industry, and the Peoria-area census data, it appears that the Midnight Snack food truck business could be fruitful and fill a current market gap. This section of the business…

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    How can working 3rd shift cause more health issues for women than men working 2nd shift? That is a great question to ask. Is it because the lack of sleep which causes sleep deprivation or because the mind needs ample time to recharge Is it because, effects of sleep deprivation between shifts depending on whether they have adjusted to the shift over time? Is it because sleeping too little or sleeping “against” your body’s natural biological clock could increase the likelihood of developing…

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    Sleep Deprivation Study

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    The study Auditory Attention and Comprehension During a Simulated Night Shift: Effects of Task Characteristics is about negative impacts night shifts and sleep deprivation have on a person. Their logic is that night shifts lead to sleep deprivation which in turn negatively affects performance. Language processing is also observed during the study as well. “Human endogenous circadian rhythms interact with shiftwork resulting in sleep deprivation which negatively affects performance (Reinberg,…

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    Nursing Shortage Analysis

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    Nurses no longer sleep in wards near their patients. The 24-hour clock has been split into shift work. Initially the split was three 8-hour shifts, but in the 1970s to aid in the alleviation of the nursing shortage 24-hour staffing was changed to two 12-hour shifts (Rollins, 2015). Most nurses found the 12-hour shifts appealing. The 12-hour shifts led to less work hours and less work days, allowing nurses to better balance their job and family life. However, this change adversely affected the…

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    on the receiving end of some unwanted advice from my boss on various subjects ranging from my marriage to my looks, while my male coworkers were never treated with such criticism, only respect. My boss was the most unprofessional boss I have ever had. I was told on the day I was hired that I needed to wear dress clothes during my shift, so the next day I went out and bought some nice blouses and a pair of dress pants, as my boss had suggested, not yet knowing the huge differences in our dress…

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    Clinical Reflection

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    Clinical Context and Experience On 9/20 and 9/30 I completed my third and forth shift on 7 West at Sharp Memorial Hospital. Although these were not my first shift on the unit they were my first shift with my regular preceptor Elle. The first two shifts I was working with Laura who was my temporary preceptor, while Elle was on vacation. The first night was calm because of low census and the second night it was a bit busier throughout the night. On our first shift together we were the resources…

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    were a bit confused on what to do. Once we got it figured out and completed our warm up, the national anthem echoed through the arena and our starting lines took the ice. I had to re-tie my skate so I watched the first shift. At the opening face-off, Tropics aggressively took the puck right into our zone and started swiftly passing the puck all around. They stayed in possession for the entire shift as I watched in awe. Eventually, our team cleared the puck out of our zone and just as if someone…

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