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  • Community Nursing

    Community health nursing and family nursing share a very close relationship. Community health services help both the individual and the family unity. Any nurse working in a community health center of any type will find him or herself often educating the patient along with their family members. In Miami, FL there are a number of different types of community health centers. These include but are not limited to home health care, community health clinics, and the public health department. These…

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  • Essay About Working In The Community

    During this unit, we learned about working with communities during a disaster. Part of working with these communities is communicating. I learned that there are two groups of people that must be communicated with while getting prepared for a disaster: the stakeholders/ community resources and the group of people being taught. While imagining teaching people in the community, I never quite grasped how large scale it could be. Stakeholders were always people involved with businesses, not nursing.…

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  • A Sustainable Community Analysis

    idea of a sustainable community too many seem far out of reach; however with science and technologies advancing in this new generation, sustainable communities are within our reach. In Scientific American Kaid Benfield describes a sustainable community as one in which pollution, water contamination are things of the past and natural resources are all being used less. Kaid Benfield is the project director of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). The vision of communities with green…

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  • Service Learning Volunteerism

    volunteerism, and community service are similar since they offer help with the needs of the environment to society or communities. While working on those needs, we get to learn and gain not only knowledge, but a formation of moral and civic values. By performing service learning, volunteerism, or a community service, we have the opportunity to interact with people who failed to get a job that month, people who do not have sufficient resources, and with members of communities that are not legal…

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  • Doukhobors Background

    with Verigin, another leader/novelist of the Doukhobors making the Doukhobors the largest single mass migration in Canada’s history. Verigin led his followers to the southern parts of B.C. here was where he bought land and created a self-contained community made up of over 6,000 Doukhobors. Later on a tiny amount of Doukhobors left and made their own farms and became independents. When they showed up in Canada they were supposed to register for individual homesteads instead of living…

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  • Forest Acres Case Study

    The Forest Acres community offers a number of opportunities to those who live in the area. As a city that has increased from two square miles to approximately five square miles in the area size, and from 375 to around 10, 500 in population size, it is understandable why this community appears to be becoming more upscale when compared to other local communities. After visiting different areas of this community, Forest Acres appears to be a community that is populated mostly by upper middle class…

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  • Ecotourism And Tourism

    will look at two regions, the Annapurna Conservation Area (ACA) in Nepal and the Mkomazi National Park in Tanzania. The two regions have both implemented conservation initiatives, and have a strong relationship with tourism. This paper will examine community conservation in the ACA (ACA) that draws on Hulme and Murphree 's (1999) idea of “new conservation”, which involves “the merging of conservation and development goals”, conservation to be “based in society” and the notion that the…

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  • Essay On Community Health Issues

    A social issue that greatly affects health is the ever expansion of poverty among minority based communities, such as South Los Angeles. The concentration of poverty creates many barriers to health for the people that inhabit these communities by cutting off their communication with community resources and supporters that could yield beneficial outcomes. Sadly, a loss in communication with external supporters of urban health makes it extremely difficult for those with limited resources (e.g.,…

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  • Group Project Observation Report

    same as this course when I was studying at King Saud University. Doubtless, the topics that I had in that course were similar to some extent to what we talked about during this semester. We were totally concentrating on the understanding of our community needs and how we bridge gaps between our museums and its audiences through reinforcing the educational role of our museums and making them more accessible for people with disabilities. Yet, today, the educational role in our museums is not as…

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  • Cultural Differences In My Community

    A community is a social unit of any size that shares common values within a society. In A community get together to work under a friendly, familiar environment under the same rules to help the society that surrounds us. The community has different form of collaboration, whether is by sharing their culture, religion, believes and idealism that better the quality of life that comfort the people in the society. The type of community where I live is a small community that revolves around it. My…

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