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    The career paths of a nurse practitioner and a social worker from family and children are both one of hard work and great personal reward. As a nurse practitioner, I would be able to help people with their health issues. As a social worker I would mostly be helping out families and children with their psychological needs. If I were to keep following the path of a nurse practitioner I would be helping patients, taking their health information, helping doctors perform drug administrations, helping…

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    Health inequalities, experienced by various individuals or groups in society, can be the result of genetic and biological factors, choices made or by chance, but mostly they are because of unequal access to socio-economic factors such as income, education, employment and social supports. These socio-economic determinants strongly interact to influence health and an improvement in any of these can produce an improvement in both health behaviour and outcomes among individuals and groups (WHO 2003)…

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    My Company is Scientific Games (NYSE:SGMS) and they are a leading innovator in the global lottery and regulated gaming industry. Operating in the Consumer Discretionary sector and the Casinos and Gaming sub-industry, they gave the world the first secure instant lottery game in 1974.1 Scientific Games have continued to advance games, technology, programs, marketing research and security driving the success of more than 300 customers on 6 continents for the last 40 years. Alongside their…

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    After visiting Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA) for a global workforce panel, the work of Dr. Douglas Vanderbilt plagued my mind. Dr. Vanderbilt is a Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician, who uses the everyday community around him as probable cause in diagnosing his patients. Furthermore, he utilizes the idea that environmental and physical events in life can have an adverse affect on child health. After some research I came to find that the latter is true, and one of the biggest factors…

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    Concept 8: Health Education : This concept taken from the Public Health Nursing Block 5, module 02 entitled as “Advance heath Assessment” Health education is any combination of learning experiences designed to help individuals and communities improve their health, by increasing their knowledge or influencing their attitudes. Health education is a profession of educating people about health.[1] Areas within this profession encompass environmental health, physical health, social health, emotional…

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    The 51 bus moves slowly, rumbling wearily down the road, huffing and puffing like my old Grandpa. I don't care. Its a beautiful morning- dappled sunlight streak through the leaves of the Puriri that line the road on either side, and a cloudless sky rolls overhead. I lean against the dirty window, gazing up at the large blue expanse. It blows my mind, because I feel as though there is too much beauty in that beautiful blue oblivion, endless and overwhelming. I love her, I know. Old, worn out…

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    For diabetic diagnosis, study utilizes the information got from the Center for Machine Learning and Intelligent Systems at University of California, Irvine [10]. It contains clinical records from more than 100,000 individual experiences comparing to more than 60,000 particular patients. The information was gathered from more than 74 million experiences identified with 17 million patients [11]. It was collected over a period of 10 years, from 1999 to 2008, and contains several attributes which…

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    There are many factors which influence health and well-being. Living conditions can affect an individual’s health and well-being by putting their health at risk. For example, if an individual such as an elderly person lives in a crowded house and their house has damp then, this can affect their health because damp can cause you more like to have respiratory infections or asthma. One of the reasons for excess winter deaths is cold and damp houses. The cold and damp in turn aggravates circulatory…

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    Based on the Rousseau (1978) writing of the Kayan group, there are several weaknesses that I had figured out. “Kayan as a whole do not form a group; owing to the nature of the terrain, communications between river basins are very difficult and extremely rare, and those villages within a particular river system constitute the maximal social units” (p. 78). This would stress a weakness the Rousseau on the writing of Kayan group was not addressed in detailed information since he was very difficult…

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    How did the black death affect the peasants? - Medicine and health was a very important part of the life for people in medieval England, to stay alive from the diseases’/sickness you had to have medicine. But some people couldn’t afford it. Unfortunately the peasants were part of those people who couldn’t afford to stay alive. It was sad because for the peasants in medieval England poor health/ diseases were a part of there daily routine. Sadly even when the peasants could afford to get medicine…

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