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    The peer-review was helpful to me, although my essays were not perfect, this help me to correct my errors. It was difficult to do the essays to me, but I was doing the most that I can. I gave all my effort to do the essays. Peer-review helped me to do the MLA format, how to summarize paragraphs, and used rhetorical appeals. In narrative essay was the most difficult to me. When the professor told me that I needed to do my essay in MLA format I get lost. I never heard that. I do the entire essay and when I needed to give to my partner. I did not have a good MLA format. I missed the name and page number and proper margins. In addition, when my partner revised my rubric, my rate was low. When I was to trying to correct my errors I did not know how to do it. I talked to him after class and he teaches me how to correct my problems in question of the MLA format. After that I learned how to do MLA format and improved my rate in the rubric.…

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    Systematic Review

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    Critique of Systematic Reviews Two systematic review articles will be critiqued and compared in this paper. Article A is titled systematic review and meta-analysis of adverse events of low-dose aspirin and clopidogrel in randomized controlled trials authored by Kenneth McQuaid and Loren Laine. Article B is titled platelet function testing in transient ischemic attack and ischemic stroke: a comprehensive systematic review of the literature by Soon Lim, Catherine Coughlan, Stephen Murphy, Israel…

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    Journal Review Pick a peer-reviewed article (see course materials) from a journal within the radiology profession (ASRT Scanner, Radiologic Technology, SIIM, etc.). The article should discuss a relevant topic to this course or a trend within the radiology profession. Topics can include new legislation, technology, market trends, governance, economics, insurance, or human resources. Analyze the article as to: (A) quality of the written article in terms of your understanding of the content,…

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    Peer-review processes The international health journals are known for publishing articles that have been peer-reviewed. (Oxford journals, 2015d). This tells quietly clearly that the article was peer-reviewed. If it had not been peer-reviewed, it may not have been published. Also, information on the article given shows that it was first received on 20th March 2014, revised on 4th July 2014, accepted on 11th July 2014 and published on 24th September 2014. This whole process tells that the…

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    “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…

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    Power Of Judicial Review

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    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

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    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 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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    PROBLEM Medical peer review is not a new concept. In Ethics of the Physician, Syrian doctor, Ishap bin Ali Al Raha, (854-931) recommended that physicians keep excellent records such that if a patient died or was cured, the notes could be examined by local medical counsel to determine if the care had been appropriate. Throughout much of modern medicine, the predominant process of peer review was the audit. Quality Assurance became formalized in 1979, the chief goal being to determine if the…

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    The Supreme Court, under Article 3 of the constitution, only had original jurisdiction over certain cases. It was after the prominent Marbury vs Madison case that they gave themselves the power of Judicial Review (Judicial Process, Page 415). Judicial Review is the power granted by the Supreme Court itself to review and overturn any acts of Congress, and to declare laws unconstitutional. This gives the Supreme Court a certain degree of power over states and Congress and also gives them the…

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