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  • She's Come Undone Book Review

    “She’s Come Undone,” by Wally Lamb, a book review from New York Times Database source, provides a lengthy detailed description, for a rather formal audience, with a useful recommendation. However, from the same book, She’s Come Undone, a Goodreads’s user from a Web source, provide a short summary, with no details or specific informational context, for a rather informal audience and also providing a useful recommendation. These two book’s reviews are destine to different audiences, Hilma Wotlizer’s New York Times review, is a more formal informational context, because she provides the reader, with a detailed chronological description of Dolores’s Life events. But, also we adventure into other characters such as Bernice (Dolores’s mother), Tony (Dolores’s Dad), Thelma Holland (Dolores’s…

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  • Power Of Judicial Review

    Although the power of judicial review is not explicitly mentioned in the Constitution, the Supreme Court had acquired it through landmark cases and the founding fathers original intent. The landmark case that gave them the power of judicial review is the case Marbury v. Madison. In this case, President John Adams appointed William Marbury to be a justice of the peace along with forty-one others days before his presidency expired. The commissions were not sent out before the end of his…

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  • Peer Review Reflection

    I never really had a good experience with peer-review back in high-school. It was mostly used as a time to mess around with classmates and do other stuff besides working on our papers. Needless to say, I wasn’t really looking forward to it. Once we actually got around to peer-reviewing I found it surprisingly helpful. I was able to get a lot of useful information from my partners on how I should improve my paper before turning it. They helped correct my grammar, structure, and help me brainstorm…

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  • Incident Based Nursing Peer Review Process

    Incident-Based Nursing Peer Review Process Incident based peer review take place when a nurse’s action or practice is questionable or a hospital receives a complaint regarding a nurse’s conduct. Therefore, the purpose of the incident based peer review is to determine if a nurse’s action or practice was a minor incident that can be remediated or if the nurse’s continued practice represents “risk of harm” to a patient or other person; In the event that the nurse’s practice is determined to be…

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  • A Critique Of A Systematic Review And Meta Analysis

    clinical expertise and patient’s preferences to make clinical decisions. Often, the available evidence is so vast that finding the appropriate course of action becomes a daunting process. Consequently, the critical appraisal of evidence has become a valuable skill to clinicians. Evidence is ranked in a hierarchy system. The highest level of evidence include systematic reviews, which are a compilation of studies that address a particular clinical question (Melnyk & Fineout-Overholt, 2015, p. 11).…

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  • Judicial Review In The UK And US Judiciary

    the use of a judicial review is found in the Brown vs Topeka Board of Education case of 1954, where Supreme Court justice Earl Warren declared the segregation of schools caused inequality and therefore unconstitutional. This highlights not only the power of the US Supreme Court but also that in the USA the constitution is sovereign. In contrast, the judiciary in the United Kingdom have no similar function, nor similar impact. This is due to judges being limited to making a “declaration of…

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  • Judicial Review In Supreme Court History

    Judicial review is the process under which executive and legislative actions are subject to review by the power of the courts. The courts decide if the law is in compliance with the constitution. The significance of Marbury vs. Madison was the supreme court declared that a law passed by congress was unconstitutional and therefore ruled the law could not be enforced. This case made the supreme court an important player in our history. Some notable examples of judicial review in the supreme court…

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  • Evidence Based Practice Literature Review

    The application of evidence-based practice (EBP) in nursing has created substantial impressions in science, education, and practice in the discipline. The field does not develop new nursing knowledge or validate existing data; rather, it enables medical practitioners to use tried and tested techniques to make clinical decisions. This paper review literature to reveal the way EBP incorporates patient values, preferences, and clinical experiences in nursing practice. The analysis section…

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  • Early Ambulation: A Literature Review Study

    Castro-Avila et al. (2015) noted in their study a lack of improvement to functional status, muscle strength, quality of life or healthcare utilization outcomes, to patients who receive rehabilitation during ICU stay (pg. 21), meaning the results for inconclusive as to the actual benefits of early ambulation. While Stiller, strongly recommended the implementation of early mobilization as the reverse, bedrest, had a long history of disadvantageous effects to mechanically ventilated patients. Li et…

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  • Importance Of Peer Review Articles To Make Tenure

    as PhD students often ask, “How long do you think my dissertation should be?” or “Do you think I have enough articles in my lit review?”, those in the tenure track often seek confirmation of that elusive number -- the quantity of journal articles needed to successfully achieve tenure. Academia does not operate within specifics -- each dissertation, literature review, and promotion and tenure case are different and require varying levels of production. In their 2012 presentation, “The Promotion…

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