policy implications
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...implications Policy implications As much as the cognitive behavioral program is advocated for in this research, it is clear that there exists some policy implications attached to it. Firstly, it is worth noting that, if the program will have to be implemented, it is obvious that the Alabama department of corrections will have to put aside a budget to cater for the program. This is quite tricky because since the program is presumed to be implemented to cater for the current and future problem of recidivism, the department have to an annual budget to keep it running. This would require the department to consult with various stakeholders in order to set aside a budget for the program... ...
organization implications
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...IMPLICATIONS The Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 put the merit system principles into law, specifically section 2301 of title 5 of the U.S. Code. This law set a clear background for the development of a competent, honest and productive workforce in the United States of America and also to ensure that public service is improved. This saw the merit system implemented in the public sector. However, the implementation of the merit system met many controversies with respect to the effect that it would have in the education sector. The merit pay system in the education sector emphasizes that teachers should be paid according to the achievement that they have in the classroom rather than issues... Merit Pay...
Cultural Implications
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...Implications of Organizational culture is the personality of an organization, which encompassed of the values, assumptions, tangible signs and norms of organization, members and their behaviors (Poell, Rocco & Roth, 2014). When members of an organization work together, they come to sense the particular culture of the organization. For instance, the culture of a vast, revenue driven organization is truly not quite the same as that of another company. Culture assumes a crucial part in present day society, particularly in universal organizations among organizations. Diverse culture speaks to distinctive considerations, qualities and state of mind owing to the diverse social foundation... Implications of...
Rational & Implications
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...Implications Affiliation: Principle: Architectures must be appropriately scoped, planned, and defined based on the intended use of the architecture Rationale: Those picked for the job should be qualified and have specific knowledge of the work they will perform and not just general knowledge. Implications: Efficiency and specificity are the general rules to succeed in the architecture field and for any business. 2. Principle: Architectures must be compliant with the law as expressed in legislative mandates, executive orders, Federal regulations, and other Federal guidelines. Rationale: Any changes in policies, rules or laws have to be adhered to as they are the basis of information... Rational &...
Outsourcing implications and impacts
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...Implications and Impacts By Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Outsourcing: An overview 3 Implications 4 Areas Specifically Affected 5 Quick Staffing 5 Wait for Results 5 Instant Savings 5 Transition Expenditure 6 Long-Term impacts 6 Impact of Outsourcing for strategic and operational roles of the logistics 8 Conclusion 9 References 9 Introduction With the passage of time, when the size of companies increases as compared to their resources then “outsourcing” becomes a final choice. In this scenario, they outsource their business operations to some outside firm and put attention on their core business activities. However, throughout the outsourcing procedure... , it is...
Ethical Implications of Takeovers
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...Implications of Takeovers Ethical Implications of Takeovers From the perspective of the case, Lisa is facing a problem that most ethical accountants face while dealing with mergers and acquisitions. Mergers and acquisitions are sources of accounting errors and are often avenues for unethical behavior (Gibson, 2010). According to Lisa, the financial records pertaining to the acquired prestige fragrance company did not meet the standards and fell short of explanations on various entries. It is thus the job of the financial officer to identify and seek redress on the issues. The decisions regarding accounting standards and reporting under this case affect stakeholders such as shareholders... Ethical...
Economic Implications of IPhone5
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...implication of Iphone5 The launch of Iphone5 has led to some economic implications, majorly, within the UnitedStates. It is argued that the new Iphone will lead to a growth in the economy and Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This paper seeks to look into the economic implications of Iphone5 in depth. Economic implication of Iphone5 Introduction Iphone5 was launched in October 2012; this phone is a superior Smartphone, which precedes the earlier version, Iphone4. The Iphone5 is a fourth generation model which promises fast access in the usage of the internet; that is, streaming of videos (Worstall, 2012). It was desired that, with the launch of Iphone5, an estimated 3 billion dollars would... ? Economic...
Strategic Implications of IT
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...Implications of IT for EBay Strategic Implications of IT for EBay [Institute’s Table of Contents Tableof Contents 2 Purpose of the Report 4 Background of the Topic 5 Discussion of Current Issues 7 Recommendations for Managers of IT 9 Abstract The study report is about the strategic implications of the information technology in the upcoming years for eBay. EBay is one of the recognized corporations of the U.S. that deals with the online auction of wide variety of goods and services. The introduction of the report consists of the background knowledge of the organization, following by the assessment of the company’s current strategies and the success of the organization... that with the...
Profit Implications of Malware
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...implications of malware Malware refers to any program or file that can harm a computer system. Despite the fact that there no standard categorization of malware, still they can be grouped based on their effects, behaviors and intentions (David A. Elizondo, Computational Intelligence for Privacy and Security). However a malware will not specifically fall into either these groups as some malwares fall into more than one category. The most common groups are virus, worms Trojan horse, rootkit, spywares and adware. Viruses are small software programs that are designed to spread replicate from one computer to another (Karen Mercedes Goertzel). They are malicious as they interfere with the normal... ? Profit...
summary and implications
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...Implications The FDA has delayed the decision by another three months, to approve the new anticlotting drug, Eliquis, developed by Bristol-Myers and Pfizer. The delay in the decision came about due to the additional information that was submitted by the company. This delay will have a negative impact on the projected 2012 sales of the company. Eliquis is an anticlotting drug co-developed by Bristol-Myers and Pfizer in 2007. It was developed for the prevention of strokes in people with heart-rhythm disorder called atrial fibrillation (Loftus , par 9). The drug is already available in Europe. Expected sales for Eliquis for 2012 is projected to reach $395 million (Loftus , par 2... Summary and...
social implications of IT
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...Implications of IT Humans depend on nature, since it is their source of inspiration for developing knowledge and emotions. Nature also provides solutions to several of the problems that beset humans. Manufacturing robots that behave exactly like humans is the greatest challenge of all time. Scientific research is concentrated on making robots imitating human physics and behaviour. In order to create human like robots, human like systems have to be undertaken in robotics. However, perception – based robotic control based on computational theory is recognised as an immature operation1. In the year 1923, the Capek Brothers first used the term robot in a play named Rossum’s Universal Robots... Social...
Legal & Tax Implications
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...Implications Legal and Tax Implications Of Four Hypothetical Case Studies This paper is written to proffer appropriate responses to four hypothetical cases analyzing the tax and legal implications of each scenario. Introduction Given four hypothetical cases of fundraising activities of various individuals, corporations and/or foundations, the tax and legal implications of each action would be examined in the light of the benefits the actions would accord for the donors. In this regard, this paper is written to proffer appropriate responses to four hypothetical cases analyzing the tax and legal implications of each scenario. Case Study 1: Your organization hosts an annual... Running Head: Legal and Tax...
Economic Implications of Tariffs
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...Implications of Tariffs Tariffs are government taxes that are obligatorily levied for imported products. They are part of the government revenue sources. The amount of tariff charged on goods depends on its value at the entry of the destination country. Tariffs have adverse effects on an economy. However, governments continue imposing them on investors who import commodities from foreign nations (Gregory 2000 p 16). Governments impose tariffs for several reasons which include; protection of the emerging as well as aging and incompetent local firms from unhealthy foreign competition, to enhance sustainability of local companies through prevention of dumping effect from foreign companies... Economic...
Meaningful career implications
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...Implications Social Psychology as a has great influence on my career as a prospective Military Family Life Consultant. I have been married to a naval officer for the past twenty-three years and this has further influenced my intention to help the family of military officers as I understand how these people likely feel as I have been there before. Social Psychology would help me achieve this aim as I would be able to use the concept of the course to understand the emotions and apprehension felt by the family of military men. It is therefore pertinent to explain the rudiments of Social Psychology as this would help to show the reasons the course would help me in being a consultant... ?Meaningful Career...
Health Implications and Identifying
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...implications for human trafficking. There is an increase in the number of cases of trafficking. However, efforts to establish the actual figure of victims of trafficking are dampened by the secretive aspect of this trade. Many of the victims of human trafficking are lured into this business for domestic slavery, forced labour and sex. In particular, the article delves into the extreme nature of human trafficking that result in mental and physical health problems to the victims. This is from instances where the victims are mistreated, such as forced... Summary of two Journal Articles Summary of two Journal Articles Journal by Tiffany A. Richards The journal article by Tiffany (2014) presents the health...
Implications of RFID technology
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...implications than ever before because companies are no longer hinder by economical factors that prohibited its use. The purpose... The business world has evolved a lot since the turn of the 21st century ten years ago. New technologies have appeared that have influenced the way many companies perform business. A technology that has taken off and has impacted many industries including the retail consumer markets is radio frequency identification (RFID). RFID is a technology that uses tiny computer chips to track items at a distance (Spychips, 2010). Multinational companies such as Wal-Mart have utilized RFID technology to improve their logistics and inventory handling. The use of RFID has greater...
The Implications of Reconstruction
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...Implications of Reconstruction In 1865, with the ending of the Civil War, the Republican Party ruled almost with impunity, while the Democratic Party was in shambles. The country, under Lincoln and later Johnson, set out on a policy of reconstructing the South. The Republican goals of Reconstruction were to "remake the South in the image of the North", politically punish the Confederate leaders, and help the freed people transition to full citizenship (Nash et al. 545). Reconstruction was some success, as it was able to help many African-Americans in the South gain freedom and citizenship through the constitutional process, even in the face of extensive racism. The North was able to redraft...
Implications of Scapegoating Groups
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...IMPLICATIONS OF SCAPEGOATING GROUPS Introduction Scapegoating is a dishonorable routine where people move liabilityand fault away from themselves and towards a group or person. It is also a manner by which irate position and feelings of resentment aimed, through improper allegations, towards others. Miller (2010) provides that the aimed party feels incorrect victimized and gets mislaid criticism, blame and condemnation; the targeted party is likely to experience rejection from individuals who the perpetrator aims to persuade. The focus range of Scapegoating is wide and emanates from accepted enemies of exceptionally influential groups of individuals to the practice of...
Trends and Implications
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...Implications This essay assesses and analyzes the parallels between public healthfunctions and prominent disease mechanisms in terms of Trends in the quality, delivery, and access to the United States’ healthcare. This is after analyzing the statistical data displayed on the suggested websites looking specifically for the parallel between public health functions and prominent disease mechanisms during last 100 years. Today, public health functions and prominent disease mechanisms are very different and way complex from what they used to be 100 years ago (ASPPH, 2014). Therefore, this paper narrows to the causal factors driving these changes and the suggested... Health Science and Medicine: Trends and...
Ethical Implications of Takeovers
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...Implications of Takeovers Accounting is a profession that entails fundamental questions of right or wrong, owing to the fact that it is a profession where an accountant can still engage in unethical accounting practices, yet remain on the legal side. Thus, accounting is a profession where applied ethics is primarily essential, owing to the fact that moral judgments must be applied, as opposed to the mere determination of what is legal or illegal (AICPA, 2014). The organizational stakeholders are highly dependent on the fair and moral judgment of the company accountant, owing to the fact that accounting is a complex field that entails complex financial procedures and practices... Implications of...
Implications of Organisational Identification
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...Implications of organisational identification Introduction Organizations that wish to succeed must be effective in all the aspects of their performance. One of the major keys to the success of a business is, of course, the company’s employees. Employees are the people who actually form the organization, make it functional and efficient. At the same time, even the best representatives of an industry will not be able to lead a company to success if the company has not determined the criteria for that success, or if it has not identified its strategic goals. Therefore, it can be said that success of an organization is based on its employees, who follow certain processes in accordance with a set...
eating disorder and dental implications
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...Implications Hermont, A.P., Pordeus, I.A., Paiva, S.M., Nogueira, M.H., Abreu, G., & Auad, S.M. (2013). Eating Disorder Risk Behavior and Dental Implications among Adolescents. International Journal of Eating Disorders 46:7 677–683 2013 The purpose of this study is to compare the occurrence of dental caries (DC) and tooth erosion (TE) in adolescents with and with no risk behavior for eating disorders (EDs). The method used to obtain the results consisted of self-administered questionnaires together with the Bulimic Investigatory Test of Edinburgh as well as dental examinations done to the population of interest. Female students aged 15... Annotated Bibliography Eating Disorder Risk Behavior and Dental...
ethical implications of Sixth Sense
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...Implications of Sixth Sense Technology The SixthSense technology is a wearable device with a projectorthat paves the way for profound interaction with our environment. With the power of this technology come ethical implications that need to be considered. These ethical implications can be explored through the dimensions and steps of the Potter box. The first dimension and step is to define the situation (Backus and Ferraris 226). The situation is the existence of the SixthSense that could possibly affect one’s privacy and even security. The second dimension and step is to identify the applicable values (Backus and Ferraris 226). As an inventor, Mistry did well. However... Potter Box: Ethical...
Future Marketing Implications (Response 1)
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...Implications’ The paper by the student has made good effort in tacking the issue of marketing and globalization though there are a number of issues and deviations that may help improve the paper. First, the question asked of the future implications of marketing but the student seemed to be focusing more on the current and past implications of marketing and globalization, a factor that may appear as a slight deviation from the main question. In addressing the future marketing implications, the student ought to have included the role played by information communication technology in enhancing marketing strategies... Incident Report and Investigation Summary Response to the posting on ‘Future Marketing...
financial implications of disaster management
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...Implications of Disaster Management Keitra Miller ID Number: Module Case Assignment (BHS 420) Dr. Brad Collins TUI Word Count: Disasters today are happening much more frequently and sometimes with a greater severity than those encountered in the past years. Both natural and man-made disasters can be mitigated if all the proper measures are in place such as adequate preparations which help the people recover from disasters much more quickly by minimizing damages and losses. There are risk-reduction measures which can be put in place even before a disaster strikes but all the preparations usually requires financial resources to a great extent. This paper discusses all the financial aspects... Financial...
Social implications of the Internet
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...implications of the Internet: The pioneering work in the development of applied technology since the mid nineteenth century, and the industrial revolution that took place simultaneously in the USA and European countries truly transformed the society into an economically robust and vibrant mass. The telegraph and telephone connected people from distant places, through a wired electrical network. The printing technology, the development of photography and movies further enriched the quality of the visual medium. The radio and television brought in a sense of reality, because of the audio and visual media they offered, directly inside people's homes, and made... Submitted by: Internet 20.06.07 Social...
Implications of ignored behavioral problems
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...Implications of ignored behavioral problems Ignored behavioral problems have several negative implications on both and teachers. This statistic does not get limited to a specific geographical location. It is the order of the day in many parts of the world. Behavioral problems have been a prime cause of concern to parents, teachers and the entire educational system. This is so because the behavior that students portray and pick up is likely to shape their character, and influence educational performance (Jenson, 2002). First off, behavioral problems affect the process of information insemination in classrooms. Teachers get frustrated when all their teaching...
DB 1: Implications of Skewness
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...Implications of Outliers on Distributions s Outliers are isolated values that are extremely high or low in relationto other values in the distribution. If outliers exist in a data set, the subsequent distribution will be skewed in the direction of the outliers. In any distribution, outliers tend to pull the measures of central tendency with them. Depending on the type of skewness, outliers can either pull up or drag down the mean. Extremely high values pull the mean up while very low values pull the mean down (ABS, 2013). Outliers result in negatively or positively skewed distributions. Consider the following data set: 1,2,9,9,8, 9,10,10,10,11,11,11,12. The outliers in this set of data... of Outliers...
Behavioural implications of organisational structure
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...IMPLICATIONS OF ORGANISATIONAL STRUCTURE Organisational structure is the formal and informal framework of rules and policies within an organisation. This framework determines how the organisation arranges its lines of authority, roles, delegation of authorities, reporting and communication.1It also refers to the form of organisational arrangement that is developed to achieve goal effectiveness in the organisation.2Robbins has defined it as “how job tasks are formally divided, grouped and coordinated.”3He has also defined four reasons because of which organisational structures differ and these factors include strategy, environment, technology and organisational size. An organisational... BEHAVIOURAL...
Implications and Limitations of Research
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...Implications and limitations of research Program: Supervisor: April 24, Implications and limitations of research Limitations Economic feasibility is one of the main interests of managements, whether for profit making or not profit making organizations. Comparing total costs with total revenues is important to ensuring this feasibility but an understanding of factors to total operations costs helps in determining the costs for optimal profit margins. Results from the study identify a significant relationship between hospitals’ total operations costs and the independent variables: variables Staffed beds_05, Medicare Days_05, Medicaid Days_05, Total...
Implications of Outsourcing to China
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...Implications of Outsourcing to China Introduction: China is one of the fastest growing economies of the world today. Many countries including the developed ones have been outpaced by china in the area of economic development. In the near future no wonder if china becomes the most economically advanced nation of the world. As a result of its vast scope of economic prospects as well as a favorable business atmosphere prevailing in the country, many industrialists and businessmen are really interested in outsourcing their activities to china. Even though the concept of outsourcing was pioneered by India, it was taken to new heights by China (The Top Five Rules of Doing Business in China. 2005... Implication...
History and Implications including Functionality
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...Implications including Functionality Introduction This paper investigates the history and implication of Pascal's Triangle which is a number triangle represented as follows in very short form. 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 3 3 1 1 4 6 4 1 1 5 10 10 5 1 1 6 15 20 15 6 (Mathworld, Pascal's Triangle, 2006) The triangle can be represented by the following equation: (n, r) where (n, r) is a binomial coefficient which signifies coefficient of the number in the row of the triangle. The number rows can be staggered such that they conform to the shape of a triangle in which each subsequent... www.academia-research.com Sumanta Sanyal d: 16/05/2006 Pascal's Triangle: History and...
financial implications of disaster management
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...Implications of Disaster Management Keitra Miller ID Number: Module Case Assignment (BHS 420) Dr. Brad Collins TUI Word Count: Disasters today are happening much more frequently and sometimes with a greater severity than those encountered in the past years. Both natural and man-made disasters can be mitigated if all the proper measures are in place such as adequate preparations which help the people recover from disasters much more quickly by minimizing damages and losses. There are risk-reduction measures which can be put in place even before a disaster strikes but all the preparations usually requires financial resources to a great extent. This paper discusses all the financial aspects... ? Financial...
The Implications of American Outsourcing
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...Implications of American Outsourcing in APA style Academia Research Outsourcing, which is commonly defined as a distribution of jobs outside of a company's core of operations, especially in relation to labor allotment in other countries, has initiated a lot of controversy both among American employees and Corporate heads. Employees fear that such a trend puts their jobs at risk, while Corporate proponents argue that outsourcing significantly cuts costs, which will eventually be passed on to the consumer when purchasing goods. Truth can be found among both perspectives, but which one will lead to a healthier economic outlook for America's future Is outsourcing... Running head: AMERICAN OUTSOURCING The...
Implications of High Functioning Autism
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...Implications of High Functioning Autism Introduction Developments in science and medicine have led to accurate establishment of the various features of autism and a differentiation of the different forms within the autism spectrum. The society has had negative perceptions on autism, most of which result from misconception and stereotyping of the disorder. As a result, people with autism have been labeled as outsiders within some societies. Nonetheless, in the contemporary society, there is a lot of information on autism which is presented in works of literature, research, movies and the media and thus perception on autism are slowly changing. In addition, the theory of labeling within... the...
Global Warming and it's Implications
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...implications The article, ‘global warming & its implications’, discusses the reasons & remedies of the contemporary situation of ecological crisis. It has generously incorporated theories, facts, & figures from Garnaut 2011 and Brander 2010. The article embarks to provide detailed theoretical analysis of ecological hindrances, & how those can be embattled. The entire article has been pleasantly sub divided into specific sub headings, which enable the reader to get a quicker & faster insight into the contents of the paper. The green house gas emissions have been held responsible for the primary reason of global ecological misbalance in the article. The article mentions... warming & its implications The...
Social Implications of Information Technology
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...Implications of Information Technology 2008 Social Implications of Information Technology Introduction Throughout the history of mankind society depended on information, although the degree of dependence was rather different. Correct and timely information has always been the key factor in trade relations, political life, and transmission of cultural and social norms from generation to generation and from nation to nation. From this perspective it is possible to state that the history of human civilization is, in fact, the history of advances in informational technologies. The recent onset of informational technology has immense implications that affect virtually every aspect of human life... Social...
scientific breakthrough and its implications
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...Implications Introduction: Scientists and engineers across the world are known to make new breakthroughs and discoveries for the ultimate benefit of the world, for making the lives of the general masses of people more comfortable and easier. For this purpose different scientists and engineers can be found to continuously put their tremendous efforts and practice to come up with solutions to the different problems that individuals face in their day-to-day lives. Such activities might take long periods of time that such scientists or engineers devote to their work and hence bring out effective outcomes resulting from their hard work, dedication and commitment. One... ? Scientific Breakthrough and Its...
NHS Change: Implications for Physiotherapists
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...Implications for Physiotherapists NHS Change: Implications for Physiotherapists s Critical analysis of statement and the implications for physiotherapists The "NHS Plan (DOH, 2000) requires a fundamental change in thinking, practice and delivery over the next decade (Pattison, 2001, pg7)." Finding Journal articles more specified, up to date and directed towards the specified areas, the reference material is mostly comprised of Journal articles, material provided on Internet and most importantly NHS plan. Physiotherapy is a developing subject area. Not many current and up to date books are available. Journal articles are more helpful providing to the point... , 24(10), 38-47...
Business Process Outsourcing: Issues, Implications
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...Implications and Strategies ___________ ________________________ ________________ Business Process Outsourcing: Issues, Implications and Strategies Introduction Outsourcing has moved from a niche technology management business practice to a typical strategic weapon. Business Process Outsourcing influences process driven efficiencies in terms of organizational excellence, responsiveness & branding, financial efficiency and customer relationship. BPO is emerging as a powerful and flexible approach that business leaders and nations can use to achieve a wide range of tactical... Running head: BPO Business Process Outsourcing: Issues,...
Implications of GCC currency union
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...Implications of GCC currency union The agreement to establish a GCC unified currency was forged early in the 1980s, and the deadline for the realization and implementation of such a currency was set thirty years in the future, in 2010. The year has come and gone, and the decade leading up to the deadline saw a flurry of studies on the likely success or failure of the union. Studies in the nineties and early in the new millennium tended to polarize views to either strongly favour or disfavour the eventual success of the union. Studies late in the decade, however, tended to converge more towards eventual success, but after the original deadline. This dissertation... ?Prospects for a GCC common currency:...
Business Implications of Security on the Internet
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...Implications of Security on the Internet Business Implications of Security on the Internet The internet has transformed the way in which most businesses operate. This is because the internet has the capacity to enhance the speed and ease with which business transactions are carried out, thereby enabling businesses to lower their operational costs. However, security on the internet is a major concern because it is not always guaranteed. In instances where cyber security is breached or compromised, the internet can have far-reaching negative implications on businesses. This paper explores some of these implications and provides an overview of some of the solutions that various businesses... ? Business...
Explanation and Implications of Information Asymmetry
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...Implications of Information Asymmetry Explanation of information asymmetry Information asymmetry refers to a situation in which there is imperfect knowledge. It normally occurs when one party has different information to the other (Arora et al. 2011). It is a big problem in financial markets like lending and borrowing or selling and buying shares in the capital market. The borrower tends to have much better information about their financial status than the lender, and the lender is difficulty in knowing if the borrower will ultimately default. This lack of perfect information often leads to moral hazards, adverse selection and market failure...  Information Asymmetry Internal Memo Explanation and...
Childhood Obesity/Parental Education/Implications and Limitations
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...Implications And Limitations Lecturer: Implications and Limitations Implications and assumptions on the proposed sample A proposed sample size of 20 mothers has been suggested for the study. The assumption is that this number will represent over 20% of a possible number of people within the population. The population of the study has been proposed to be made up of students observed to be obese in an identified elementary school. The implication of the proportion of the sample size to the population is that the views and results to be collected among the respondents will become the larger representation of views and results from the entire population (Davis-Floyd, 2001). Assumptions... School: Topic:...
Meaningful Use for Nurses: Implications and Recommendations
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...Implications and Recommendations This paper examines the Meaningful Use program with regard to its impact on nurses and the nursing profession, health policy, patient outcomes, as well as population health. The program is briefly analyzed in order to better understand its implications for the nursing profession. This analysis is based on the observations of senior healthcare administrators from hospitals with mature electronic medical records systems. Recommendations are brought forward for the collection of additional criteria in order to make stage 1 more efficient. The paper concludes by noting that meaningful use goes beyond simply using technology, it also... Meaningful Use for Nurses:...
The Implications of the Human Genome Project
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...implications of the Human Genome Project among families who have children with genetic-related disabilities. This gap in knowledge limits the development of effective educational strategies to assist families with decision making” (Miller and Martin, 2002). As the future becomes more evident, it will be more clear... GENOME 4PP The Human Genome Project (HGP) is a project of international scope and reach, and the main idea behind the project is to complete genetic sequencing and gene mapping of the human genome and resources that humans share through genetic ties. Some people are worried about the HGP, and there are issues of bioethics that surround it because some people think that the project will...
Meaning Use for Nurses: Implications and Recommendations
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...Implications and Recommendations Introduction Technology is what keeps us connected and communicating withone another no matter how far we are. Over the past years, technology has been applied in almost all disciplines in sectors across nations of the world. In the recent past, technological applications have proved significant to the healthcare sector following the growing need to effectively transfer patient’s records, share test results and engage the medical practitioners online. In this regard, the US government has been on the frontline pushing for technological advancements in the health care sector. As we speak, the US government is providing the needed support... Meaning Use for Nurses:...
ETHICAL AND SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF ICT
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...Implications of Information and Communication Technology on the Growth of Developing Countries Introduction Information and Communication Technology (ICT) has a major role to play in the economies of the developing nations. ICT can help these countries address a wide range of issues in the areas of health and socio economic considerations. Growth of ICT in developing countries leads to the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals like the eradication of poverty, fighting against serious diseases, attaining equality in gender and promoting universal primary education to all the people in the world. But still the fact remains that the full benefits of ICT could not be realized... Ethical and Social...
Monetary Policy and Its Implications in Belgium
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...Implications in Belgium al affiliation Monetary Policy and Its Implications in Belgium The Euro’s history The Euro came into existence on January 1st in the year 1999. The currency is accepted in 17 countries belonging to the European Union. The currency came with the signing of the Maastricht treaty (Mulhearn & Vane 2008). The treaty had the guidelines on how the countries would move from their own currency to the euro. The treaty excluded countries with weak economies and made sure there was a stable relationship of countries with the same economic might. The treaty was signed in the year 1992. The process started by signatories of the treaty fixing their currencies... Monetary Policy and Its...
Educational Implications of Socioeconomic Status Matrix
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...Implications of Socioeconomic Status Matrix Directions: Based on your personal experiences and on the readings for this course, answer the questions in the green section of the matrix as they apply to each of the listed socioeconomic classes. Fill in your answers and post your final draft as directed by the course syllabus. 350- to 500-word Summary: From the matrix above, it is easy to see the huge amount of socioeconomic class bias within the education system. Almost all of the elements of the educational system that are in place, such as the curriculum and the tracking system, predominantly benefit those within the upper-middle and upper classes... ?Axia College Material Appendix D Educational...
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