Prescription Addition
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...ADDITIONS AND POTENTIAL (DISPENSING) ISSUES This study examines the various aspects of prescription addition and associated dispensing difficulties. Prescription addition is studied with respect to eye disorders like Presbyopia, Cataract, Juvenile stress myopia etc. The various causes of prescription addition due to these disorders are analysed. Dispensing difficulties form an important part of this study. The various types of prescriptions which are difficult to fill and the consequent effect on the patient are analyzed. Pediatric dispensing difficulties are another area of concern. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Introduction 1 2. Causes for Prescription Addition 1 3. Dispensing... PRESCRIPTION...
Biopsychology of Drug addition
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...addition Drug consumption in the modern society indicates that the war against drug has a long way to go. Experts have developed various theories explaining the impacts of drug use to the society. Evidently, the society knows the dangers of drug addiction and consumption. Campaigns about drug abuse in the society are not new to the ears of the people. However, the society has not demonstrated that it is able to apply campaign information. Psychologists have been able to explain the challenges that drug consumptions bring to human health. The interest of many psychologists is to identify the extent of effects that drug consumption has to the normal functioning of the brain... ? Biopsychology of Drug...
Discussion pages addition
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...addition, terms such like the Trio ceros chameleons explains the existence in Cameroon in Africa. Scientific... Contrasting Scientific Versus Popular Views of Animal Behavior Introduction “Behavior” is an intentional directed response exhibited by an organism in relation to the environment. These exhibited responses could be chemical or physical. Observed behaviors are extensive and most elaborate. Consequently, animal behavior is presented by various zoological studies as expression of an intended effort for adapting or adjusting to the various internal and external environmental conditions, also described as an organism’s response to a stimulus. In the same context it is also described as inclusion of...
Vector addition : graphs and components
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...Addition: Graphs and Components Vector Addition: Graphs and Components The experiment’s objective was to determine the vector addition by both graphical and algebraically. A force table was used to perform the investigation by graphically marking the vectors and later confirming the results, algebraically, that the resultant force acting on a stationary object is zero. Introduction Vector quantities can be defined as physical quantities that have both direction and magnitude such as acceleration, force, velocity etc. (Park, 2002). Vectors are mathematical representation of vector quantities. Vectors can be manipulated either mathematically or by geometrically by the method of tail-to-head... Vector...
Addition to prescription drugs among elderly
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...Addition to Prescription Drugs Among the Elderly The issue I have chosen is the issue of adding drugs to prescription drugs among the elderly. Nowadays, because of the prevalence of herbal drugs and other supplements, the elderly are experiencing different negative effects of drug-drug interactions. Some elderly are also suffering from multiple drug misuse or abuse. It is important to understand the presence of these drug-drug interactions and how they can be avoided or controlled from the government and healthcare perspective. Administration on Aging. (2012). Older Americans behavioral health issue brief 5: Prescription medication misuse and abuse among older adults... Bibliography: Addition to...
Addition of fat reduces glycemic Index
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...addition of fat to diet did not significantly change the glycemic index or blood glucose levels. This hypothesis was based on the assumption that when same caloric levels are taken in, food with higher fat/carbohydrate ratio does not significantly change blood glucose levels compared to meals with lower fat... DISCUSSION Research on dietary intake and blood glucose has important implications in society today. In current statistical data, obesity and related diseases are the leading causes of mortality. With the ongoing popularity of processed and fast foods, it is safe to assume that more and more people will suffer from the health implications of unbalanced diet. In this experiment, it was found that a...
Error Patterns in Computation. Whole Numbers: Addition and Subtraction
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...Addition and Subtraction Every teacher has encountered a couple of error patterns in computation among their students. This book's chapter discussed several of these error patterns that I find very familiar, and provides valuable intervention processes as well. I find these data valuable especially in teaching middle school mathematics. One of the error patterns I have encountered is that students forget basic addition, especially for additions involving whole number 1 to 9. For example, when one of the addends is 0, I... ?Running head: CHAPTER REFLECTIONS Chapter Reflections: Error Patterns in Computation CHAPTER REFLECTIONS 2 Chapter Reflections: Error Patterns in Computation Chapter 4: Whole Numbers:...
Does Culture, Motivation & Productivity affect value addition. The case study upon ASK Italian Restaurant UK.
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...addition and management practices (Freeman, 2009). In the end, these aspects will be looked at collectively as summary on how they affect the value addition and the adoption of different managerial styles. Many of these scholars agree that employee recruitment and application... Literature Review Introduction Many scholarly materials have been published regarding the present area of research.Using ASK Italian as a case study in the present paper, different literatures related to the topic under discussion are going to be reviewed (Stone, 2008) Various aspects of the topic i.e. culture, motivation and productivity have been reviewed using various scholarly works to determine how they affect value...
The Addition of a Corporate Nap Room at the offices of Phidias & Associates
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...Addition of a Corporate Nap Room at theoffices of Phidias & Associates. Clinical research has shown that power napping for twenty minutes during the working day dramatically increases the productivity, creativity, and problem solving skills of employees. Indeed, it has been further shown in tests that the work performance of those who take a power nap does not tail off in the afternoon and remains as good as those who arrive at work in the morning after a good night's sleep. Having discovered that two other companies in the community provide this facility for their employees, I have carried out some research... MEMORANDUM Jonas T. Phidias. Senior Partner Phidias & Associates ****** ******* The...
Effects of Addition of Nitrogen on Ph and Availability of Soil Nutrients
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...addition of Nitrogen on Ph and availability of Soil Nutrients Sol N has dominated plant biomass in entire treatments. Low and high nitrogen diverge with Mat R and Sol N creating a difference significantly in production as the second generation ends. The low N composition is dominated by Mat R at the fifth generation and the high N is dominated by Sol N, Son A and Mat R. High nitrogen has a positive effect on biomass plant as species of high N is smaller in composition. In the three last generations, 82.5% of variance is recognized for N deposition in biomass above the ground. If biomass is divided into root components and the ones above the ground, we find the significant effect... of addition of...
The Human Rights Act 1998 as an Addition to the Protection of Liberties in Britain
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...addition to the protection of liberties in Britain.' Discussion, with particular reference to Freedom of Expression under the European Convention on Human Rights The adoption of the Human Rights Act (HRA) 1998 changed the judicial approach as it redefined the relationship between the individual and the State. It was intended to raise the consciousness of the masses in terms of awareness of rights. It is important not to exaggerate the negative aspects of the UK courts’ approach to Article 10 so far. The common law evidences a rich tradition in protecting freedom of expression so it is hardly the case that the UK judiciary does not recognize... ?'The Human Rights Act 1998 is an important but problematic...
Scientific Poster presentation: Antifoam addition to shake flask cultures of recombinant Pichia pastoris increases yield
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...addition to shake flask cultures of recombinant Pichia pastoris increases yield By: Sarah J. Routledge, Christopher J. Hewitt, Nagamani Boraand Roslyn M. Bill Abstract Pichia pastoris, a kind of yeast which finds its industrial use in recombinant protein production, needs to be cultured either in large shake flakes or continuously stored tank bioreactors after the initial selection of suitable clones and preparation of optimum standard for culture conditions. However, there is usually potential problem with this process. Foaming is a predicament in this procedure which can be addressed by employing chemical antifoaming agents. Invariably used without prior consideration on their potential... Antifoam...
HRM and Organisational Turn Around: Value Addition Through HRM Case Study: Selfridges and Co
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...Addition Through HRM Case Study: Selfridges and Co This paper seeks to discuss the new role of the Human Resource element that has emerged in Trafford Park Store of Selfridges and Co that has in turn led to an organisational turnaround in terms of performance and value added service. Selfridges This company became one of the most successful names in retail towards the 1990s. This was basically attributed to the role that the human resources played in the company. (Hutchison et al, 2003) The human resource or human capital element in Selfridges has emerged as one that perpetuates this role at every level of the organisation through an effective integration... HRM and Organisational Turn Around: Value...
Sexual Addition: Trauma
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...? Trauma Introduction Trauma is defined as emotional response to an awful occasion such as accident, rape or any other terrible disaster. Shock and denial always follow every awful event. Trauma always has long term and short term reactions such as flashbacks and physical symptoms like headache. Trauma feelings look normal but many people find it hard moving with their lives. When a person encountered a trauma, psychologists provide support of finding a constructive way of managing the consequences. Emotional and psychological trauma comes as a result of unexpected bad event that shutter an individual security sense, and it will make an individual feel hopeless and susceptible to different... Trauma...
W1a3-american colonial architecture-addition
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... American Colonial Architecture Part Structural and Stylistics identification The Secretary’s Office and the Courthouse are significant buildings that existed in the American colonial period. The two buildings possess diverse architectural styles in their construction. This was the Secretary’s House in American colonial periods. It was constructed in 1748. This structure was located in Virginia. The primary style of this building was First English Period (Smith, 96). Architectural elements that are evident in the building are line, color, shape, and texture. This was the Courthouse in the American colonial period. The building was constructed in 1770. It was located... American...
Addition to the research proposal
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...THIS PART SHOULD COME AFTER THE PARAGRAPH THAT FOLLOWS TABLE As part of the online workshop which has been detailed in table the researcher shall introduce a new program known as the EVA3. EVA3 is an acronym that stands for Educational Video with collative Annotation, Analysis, and Assessment. The rationale for the selection of EVA3 is in its direct relation with the current methodology of the study, whereby the researcher wants to build on the technological platform of video conferencing to promote teachers’ teaching and learning interaction with students from different cultural setting. In such learning settings where there are clear distinctions in the cultures of teachers... PART SHOULD COME AFTER...
Compare Theories of Substance Addition
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...? Topic: THEORIES OF ADDICTION There are many theories both traditional and modern that have been developed with an aim of trying to understand what addiction really is and how one becomes addicted. Before I discuss the different theories, I would want us first to understand the term addiction first. In the seventeenth century, people considered taking alcohol as part of their healthy drinks until later when it was discovered that indeed so many people had been addicted to taking this noble drink. Alcoholism for a long time was known as the worst addiction until more and more drugs entered the market. The term addiction means a compulsive desire or craving and use of drugs excessively after... Topic:...
One year clinical results of Er, Cr:YSGG laser application in addition to scaling and root planing with early to moderate period
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...ADDITION TO SCALING AND ROOT PLANING WITH EARLY TO MODERATE PERIODONTITIS By SolveigaKelbauskiene, DDS* Kawe Goharkhay, MD, DMD** Andreas Moritz, MD, DMD, PhD** Vita Machiulskiene DDS, PhD* * Clinic of Dental and Oral Pathology, Faculty of Odontology, Kaunas University of Medicine, Kaunas, Lithuania ** Department of Conservative Dentistry, Bernhard Gottlieb University Clinic of Dentistry, Medical University of Vienna, Austria 1.0 Introduction Chronic periodontitis is an infectious disease characterized by the inflammation of the tissues protecting and supporting the tooth. It is a painless and gradual progression of attachment loss... ? ONE YEAR CLINICAL RESULTS OF Er,Cr: YSGG LASER APPLICATION IN...
Assignment 08 Marketing - previous order # 1084722 addition
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...Form or Function? When it comes to the key to a product’s success, is it really about form or function that attracts the consumers? Well, this has been a long-running debate among marketers where some argue in favor of the former while other back up the latter. However, both sides have undertaken actual case studies to prove that both product functionality and product design are key factors to a brand’s success. However, I personally believe that product functionality still has a greater weight to pin down the success of a product in the market. This, perhaps, is the reason why most of the manufactures focus on the functionality of their products rather than its appearance for marketing them...
'The Human Rights Act 1998 is an important but problematic addition to the protection of liberties in Britain.' Discuss, with particular reference to the following Right under the European Convention on Human Rights: - FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION
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...addition to the protection of liberties in Britain. Discussion, with particular reference to Freedom of Expression under the European Convention on Human Rights The adoption of the Human Rights Act (HRA) 1998 changed the judicial approach as it redefined the relationship between the individual and the State. It was intended to raise the consciousness of the masses in terms of awareness of rights. It is important not to exaggerate the negative aspects of the UK courts’ approach to Article 10 so far. The common law evidences a rich tradition in protecting freedom of expression so it is hardly the case that the UK judiciary does not recognize... The Human Rights Act 1998 is an important but problematic...
The Detrimental Effects of Pornography Addition on Teenagers
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...RUNNING HEAD: The Detrimental Effects of Pornography Addiction on Teenagers The Detrimental Effects of Pornography Addiction on Teenagers BY YOU YOURACADEMIC ORGANIZATION HERE YOUR TUTOR HERE APPROPRIATE DATE HERE Abstract Teenagers appear to be at higher risk of addictive behaviors than their adult counterparts, leading to potential long-term, negative psychological problems. Specifically, addiction to pornography appears to be on the rise in the United States, stemming from higher levels of exposure to online sexual content and the prevalence of maladjusted social environments in which the youth cannot successfully transition from adolescence to adulthood. This research project identifies... HEAD: The ...
My greatest strength as a consultant, Peter Drucker once remarked, is to be ignorant and ask a few questions. In addition to being considered the man who invented management, Peter Drucker was arguably the father of management consultin
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...addition, since the consultancy services are on a per contract basis, after completion of the specified tasks, the services are immediately terminated. Disadvantages Hiring the services of management consultants could expose organizations to some disadvantages. The costs of hiring them could be significant; depending on the tasks that are to be undertaken. Since consultants are external to the organization, they could assess organizational problems and issues... The Role of Management Consultants By al Affiliation> September 14, 2 Introduction In contemporary organizations, roles and responsibilities have increasingly become more specialized and explicitly structured to fit identified goals. The...
The Addition of Steroids and Antibiotics in Food.
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...additives if no harmful concentration of these drugs are present in the meat. (Consultation on the Use of Hormonal Substances in Animals,1986) FDA... of the Teacher’s Number: Meat and Dairy product industries should ensure the avoidance of unnecessary steroids and antibiotics use in livestock and Organic food certification should be mandatory for them. Farm factories are unable to risk their business when it comes to the diseases and growth issues related to animals. Only in USA 3.1 million head of cattle are slaughtered to fulfill the beef requirements of the country over 120 days, until September 2011 (U.S Cattle Feed, 2011) . According to the reports, two third of the cattle slaughtered daily, is...
Essay 1:Discuss the causes of the Great Depression. In addition, discuss the effect of the depression on the American people. Essay 2: How did President Franklin Roosevelt's New Deal respond to the Great Depression? Be sure to discuss in detail the v
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...addition to stabilizing the economy, to avert a social rebellion at the grass roots level and keep the nation’s poor taking matters into their own hands. In other words, initiatives like the TVA were enacted to prevent the kind of violence and anarchy that has for centuries produced socio-political instability and revolution throughout Europe and other parts of the world. Indeed, there were indications that by the end of the Hoover administration, Americans had had enough. “People organized to help themselves, since business and government were not helping them in 1931 and 1932” (Zinn, 394... An ‘Unsound Economy America’s Socio-Economic Gap and the Coming of the Great Depression The 10-year...
In addition to the exclusivity agreement, speed fitters have question whether Tyrius would be open to changing the tyres brand name from Tokyoto to speed fitters. Assuming flexibility in the current contract, would it be in the interest of Tyrius to suppl
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...addition, Tyrius should allow Speed Fitters to brand the Tokyoto tyres to avoid the hustle of looking for other buyers or stockiest for the Tokyoto eco-tyres. Branding of only 60... Introduction This present paper offers advice and recommendation to Tyrius Company regarding the two viable options that the company can explore in their business deal with Speed Fitters, which deals in car servicing and repairs, and has a wide branch network within the United Kingdom. Exclusive national dealership and branding rights to Speed Fitters In the writings by Fan (2002) brand is defined as a feature, symbol, design, term, or name that identifies or distinguishes seller’s goods or services from those of his or her co...
With reference to the case study News Corporation, critically analyse how effective the Ansoff Product/Market Growth Matrix would have been in helping the Murdochs to plan strategic direction between 1979 and 2006. In addition, select one of the three por
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...addition), value trap (parent couldn’t provide the SBU’s key success factor although has high opportunities but has fit carries high risk) (De Wit & Meyer, 2004). (Alexander, Campbell, and Goold, 1995) NC with its core business... NEWS CORPORATION CASE STUDY News Corporation is one of the world’s largest media conglomerates in the world. The Journey began in 1923 with publishing of a local newspaper in Adelaide, Australia by Ruport Murdoch’s father. Currently News Corporation media conglomerate holds diversified media portfolio in many parts of world. NC has existence in six media domains that include Cable Network Programming; Filmed Entertainment; Television; Direct Broadcast Satellite Television;...
Poor governmental management and internal struggles, in addition to external aid from the United States, influenced a small civil war in 2011 within Yemen and brought about the escalation of intrastate war against the AQAP (Al-Qaida in the Arab Peninsula)
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...addition, more research on the civil war is required so that the hypotheses on the war can be ascertained and answered. In addition, the misconceptions that have resulted from the civil war especially on the US involvement will be removed through a thorough research, analysis and critique of past research on this war. More importantly, this research is important because it will define the course of the anti-terror war of the future. Finally this research is important because it will create an understanding of the environment within the Arab world and specifically Yemen, leadership and the struggles within the country and their role in the revolution. Importance of topic... The Civil War within Yemen and ...
Articulate a problem solving process regarding a practice issue in nursing. In addition you will discuss evidence and its relati
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...? Solution Process for Medication Errors in Nursing Solution Process for Medication Errors in Nursing Medication errors A medication error may be defined as any event that is preventable that may either cause or even lead to inappropriate use of medication or cause harm to the patient whereas control of the medication falls under a health professional, consumer, or patient (Flynn & Liang et al., 2012). Administration of medication to patients is part of the practice of clinical nursing that carries a high-risk rate of errors occurring. These medication errors are caused by factors that are either system based or individual. There are different medication errors such as those related... Solution Process...
As the United States industrialized, the demands for labor shifted increasingly from farms and plantations to factories. Explain the factors, in addition to rac
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...Running Head: Migration to the US Migration to the US of Migration to the US The United s was the first major country outside Europe to undergo industrialization. Even before independence from Britain, the thirteen colonies had major industries like shipbuilding. Iron manufacturing, arms, machines, machine tools, textiles and light metals were the major industries of the early nineteenth century. By the late nineteenth century, the United States had emerged as the largest industrial nation in the world. There was massive population growth rate as the industrial revolution spread throughout the United States. The living standards of workers also increased rapidly. More people shifted... Head: Migration...
Explain the four sociological perspectives Functionalist, Conflict theory, interactionism and feminism. In addition briefly report how each of these theories wo
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...The four sociological perspectives of Functionalism, Conflict Theory, Interactionism and Feminism are important to study and understand. To understand human society a look must be take a look at these four perspectives. This paper will explain Functionalist, Conflict Theory, Interactionism and Feminism and give an example of how they work. Functionalism, the first sociological perspective, is society with a function or purpose. Functionalism takes the view that society is a mass of interdependent parts that tend to equal out in the end. For example, birth rates and death rates would balance societal equilibrium according to this perspective. Functionalism also asserts that functional... four...
What is the best-known transnational terrorist organization? In addition to pursuing its own terrorist campaign, it calls on numerous militant groups that share some of its ideological beliefs to support its violent campaign against the United States.
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...Transnational Terrorist Organization Lecture: Transnational Terrorist Organization Al Qaeda is one of the wells known transnational terrorist organizations established by Osama bin Laden during the year 1988. The 9/11 radical attack in the US created a threat to the Americans and many nations across the globe. Since this attack, they have been frequent cases of deadly and terrorism across the globe, which are committed by varied terrorist groups. The rebel activities were dynamic during the 1970s to 1980s because of political ideologies. Al Qaeda group has no clear home base, but it maintains cells in diverse nations in Middle East, South East Asia and Europe. Al Qaeda operated military... Terrorist...
Why do some types of institutional arrangements favor political stability while others increase the propensity of conflict? In addition to the theoretical discussion, illustrate your argument with a specific situation in Ghana where institutions promoted
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...The al political stability The al Political Stability In every country, there are s that govern various functional sectors of the economy. The policymakers control the various aspects of economies including the political arena. Over depending on these systems causes a serious problem to the general economy. Institutional arrangements attract both political stability and the propensity of conflict. Ghana’s institutions promote political stability by use of central government, constitution, legislative, and electoral body. The theory of Institution primarily focuses on the significant of understanding the public policies in accordance with the political institutions in a country. In reality... al...
Examine the different internationalisation strategies BA can pursue in order to expand in India stating their advantages and shortcomings. In addition, evaluate the cultural and sociological impact that such an expansion can have for people who live in th
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...British Airways; Internationalisation strategies Table of contents Page Number Abstract--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------2 Introduction----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------3 Internationalisation Strategies which are feasible to the British Airways-----------------------------3 Differentiation Strategy--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------4 The entry modes-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------5 Waterfall... Airways;...
Looking back over this quarter, what have you learned about one particular adventist belief that is new to you, or is a significant addition to what you have thought previously.
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...By taking this there are many things that I have learned about Seventh Day Adventism that I was not aware of before. Many of the things thatAdventists believe are different from what I was brought up to believe in and still do as a practicing Muslim. However, I thought there were still some surprising similarities which have made me wonder if all religions are more alike than I had thought they were before. In fact, it was a little difficult for me to think about what to write on this paper, because I had a hard time thinking of things that were extremely different. Because of that, this class has certainly made me think about things in different ways, even if it did not really make me... taking this ...
Is a global state possible or even desirable? Answer the question with references to the concepts of realism, liberalism, marxism. In addition to theoretical literature, your answer should also include empirical evidence
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...International Collaboration and Governance in the light of Political Theories International Collaboration and Governance in the light of Political Theories Introduction The world remained under the influence of realism for far too long and therefore, deep under all the fuss about internationalization and globalization, every nation is looking to fulfill its own private agendas1 even by deceiving and lying to other national systems in order to gain advantage. The countries tend to follow liberalism whenever it becomes necessary and unavoidable to work with other nations2. The politics of modern era is objective and goal driven only and nobody is concerned with the notion of causing... Collaboration and ...
Discuss the mechanisms by which substances act directly on vascular smooth muscle to cause vasodilatation. In addition identify potential targets in vascular myocytes for development of new drugs in the treatment of cardiovascular disease.
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...Substance-Induced Vasodilatation in Vascular Smooth Muscles Vascular smooth muscles, or muscles which made up most of the blood vessels, are lined by vascular endothelia. The vascular endothelium is a single layer of squamous cells which come in direct contact with blood. Aside from the function of serving as containment of blood, the endothelium secretes and produces vasoactive substances that cause blood vessels either to contract (vasoconstriction) or dilate (vasodilation or vasodilatation). These substances include: the prostacyclin, a muscle relaxant and inhibitor of platelet aggregation; the endothelin, a vasoconstrictor, and; EDRF or the endothelium-derived relaxing factor. The EDRF... Vasodilatat...
List any volunteer experience. In addition, provide an essay describing some of the ways you have contributed to society through your volunteerism and how those experiences have impacted your life and the lives of others. And explain why you are applyi
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...Topic: Essay, Creative Writing As a four-year-long member of the mid-county YMCA Youth Program in St. Louis,I have engaged in a lot of volunteer works that have given me a good volunteer experience. In the group, I have participated in activities that have improved me, those I have related with and the society in general. Improving myself and others is among the greatest ways that I feel I have impacted the society. It is because; I have become a better person that won’t bother the community as I have learnt to engage in more constructive activities. In the youth program, we have engaged in planting of trees and flowers, cleaning the environment and other activities which I believe have... Essay,...
Construct a unified, coherent and well-developed research essay interpreting the short story "Story of an Hour" The essay needs to be at least five full pages long, in addition to which it needs a detailed works cited page that employs at least five hig
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... The short story “Story of an hour” is written by Kate Chopin in 1894 this story was first published in Vogue and at that time the title of this story was “The Dream of an hour” after one month this short story was reprinted by St. Louis. The title of this short story is as important as it realized the fact that the character “Louise Mallard” lives her whole life and felt each moment of happy life in the space of this one hour. In this short story Author describes the emotions of a woman Louise Mallard that how she reacts when she hears the news about her husband’s death in railroad disaster. She locks herself in a room after this horrific news and mourns atthe loss of her husband. Louise... The short...
Identify two films not presented in class that you believe have the potential to transform ones political sensibilities pertaining to deep differences. In addition to your recommendations, be sure to give a full citation and a short abstract for each o
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...Movie Review: Political films Movie Review: Political films The two films that I believe have the potential to transform one’s political sensibilities pertaining deep differences are John Pilger’s War on Democracy and Matthew Heineman’s Escape Fire: The Fight to Rescue American Healthcare. These are films that revolve around the whole aspect of differences in political opinions and their effects. War on Democracy by John Pilger In this film, John Pilger delves into the growing political struggles witnessed in South America and how the US responded to them. In its opening, the film goes into a vivid introduction on the social and political changes that have been seen in Venezuela since Hugo... Review:...
Brand Management ,Some of the major brands supply products to be used for private labels in addition to their own products. This approach is often labelled as if you cant beat them, join them strategy. This strategy, however, is heavily criticize
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...The viability of major brands supplying private label products BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE The viability of major brands supplying privatelabel products Companies that produce major, recognised brands often adopt the if you can’t beat them, join them philosophy which underpins the production of private label products for distribution in conjunction with sale of their own name-brand products. There is considerable debate offered by marketing professionals that this strategy can produce negative outcomes and essentially erode the brand power of name brands produced by this dual-production company. This essay explores whether private label sales by companies offering major brands... viability of...
Identify three new products or services (introduced to the consumer and/or business markets within the last year within your own country or market region) and classify them as either: a new-to-the-world product, a new product line, an addition to the exis
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...Products Analysis Introduction The three new products in Lebanon which I chose, are actually three credit cards offered by the Bank of Audi. In 2007, the Bank of Audi offered an array of credit cards to its customers, with unique features that are customized the segments of the bank’s market. These credit cards are: Visa Infinite, Bank Audi MasterCard, and the Bank Audi EuroZone. This paper will try to take a look at these three products and analyze their market positioning, as well as other significant factors related to marketing strategy employed for these products. Analysis In general, Bank Audi as the firm offering the three products, apparently has segmentized its market, as can... Analysis...
In promoting their services to the Manchester region Peter and Harvey intend employing a sales force. Discuss why you think that this is a suitable way of promoting the business. In addition, analyse the options available to the brothers with regards t
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...Case Study Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 0Introduction 3 2.0 Sales Force 3 3 2 5 5 2.2. 5 3.0Relationship Variables and Business Networks 6 6 3.1 9 4.0 B2B and B2C 10 10 4.1. 10 4.2 12 5. Conclusion 16 Bibliography 20 To: Peter and Harvey Blair, SPSL Ltd From: John Smith, XYZ Consulting Ltd Re: Business-to-Business Marketing Report 1.0 Introduction As per presented request, kindly find herewith the Business-to-Business Marketing report which addresses the varied concerns presented by you. 2.0 Sales Force Saxon Plumbing Services London Ltd. (SPSL) is a company that specialises in commercial plumbing services and is located in South London. The organisation i.e. SPSL focuses... Study Table ...
Cover Letter
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...addition, I have taken a number of courses that prepare me for a career in the industry. For example, I took a diploma in professional jewelry as well as a bachelor’s degree in business management. In addition, course like hotel management have helped me learn about the relevance of hospitality and other interpersonal traits that are important in the luxury industry. In addition to the educational background, I have adequate working experience to fit into any category in the luxury industry. My working experiences include leadership posts, sales executive in luxury cars as well as advertisement internship. In addition, I speak two languages and I have found this to be a useful trait... in an...
The Proposal
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...addition, the analysts will work with the help by a group of four junior technical staff. In addition, the project will have an additional five subordinate members... of the team. The addition of the software developers is to cater for the more technical consolidated subsections. The participants will work towards the achievement of the set project goals while ensuring that such is done before the allocated time for project completion. Overall, the project will have 11 team members. Anticipated Activities The main activities in scheduled during the project include the correction of the CNG software, which will support implementation of the rest of the project. In...
Serology Lab Report
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...addition of LMG or PPT prior to the addition of hydrogen peroxide do not yield a color change. This ensures that any change in the solution results from the reaction of hemoglobin with hydrogen peroxide. Second, when the phenolphthalein is exposed too long in the solution, a spontaneous oxidation occurs causing the colorimetric reaction to occur (Houck and Siegel, 2010). The color change... ?INTRODUCTION Presumptive blood tests are important, especially in the field of Forensics. The presence or absence of blood may corroborate the ment of a witness. Its specificity lies on the reaction of the chemicals to hemoglobin, a major component of blood. In this experiment, the presumptive test of blood was...
The amen corner
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...addition, they used the people of the rightful age to collaborate with the story, for instance, a father with grey hair is believable. The performance was also supported by the technical abilities of individual characters. Those characters that were more vocal appeared to be more confident and were given major roles in the play. Those good in articulation generally acted as well educated persons. In the play, in looking at the father of the boy who strayed away from the Lord to do his things, the role is made... believable. First of all, the actors play the role in a natural setting, once could see him smoking in one of the scenes. In addition, by being a father also had some...
Memory
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...addition problems by acquiring the answer from long-term memory or by calculation procedures. The paradigm is different from other formulations since it is not dependent upon verbal reports or reaction times especially in kids because they might change the answer. Rather, it makes use of the calculation procedures that degrade the memory traces of the people doing the operations, so that it is not easier to find out them when they have been involved in getting the answer of an addition problem through calculation instead of retrieval. The current research enhances... Retrieval from Memory or Procedural Review The study used a paradigm currently made to identify whether 10-year-old children solve simple...
Emuglents
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...Addition of emulgent systems on emulsions leads to the improvement in performance of the formulation, both from a money-making point of view, and a technical viewpoint. A combined emulgent system, rather than one emulgent whose HLB value is closest to the required HLB, usually gives a more stable interfacial film. Buffers can be included in the formulations for maintenance of chemical stabilities. Additionally, physiological compatibility, or control tonicity is also ensured with the addition of a second emulgent. When electrolytes are added, the effects could be profound, especially, on the physical stability... Emulgents Emulgents – The Influence of Adding a Second Emulgent System on the Formulation...
Strategic management
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...addition, its focus on design has given it a competitive advantage. It is rare for an organization that focuses on the mass market to also excel in design. The creation of high quality products... VRIO FRAMEWORK OF IKEA and Vrio Framework of IKEA IKEA has become the leading furniture retailer in the world by focusing on creating high quality products with great design and selling them to the mass market as opposed to focusing on the high end market. The success of the company can be attributed to its focus on human, social and organizational capital (Bach & Edwards 2013, p. 22). Focusing on the mass market has helped it to tap into a larger market than it would if it focused on the high-end market. In...
Emerging Trends in Certification
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...addition of certification to a Employee Coach The International Coaching Federation has been encouraging a revised –oral examination scoring system since 2011. Besides, the federation endeavors to improve training of volunteer assessors. The program proved a success story with particular reference to value addition of certification to an employee coach. Analysis of a Coaching Program The federation offers three types of programs that include Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP... Emerging Trends in Certification Since the beginning of International Coaching Federation’s credentialing program, performance assessment of each applicant is being made through the credentialing program. Value addition ...
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