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...Practice Introduction The 1980s and the 1990s were critical transition period tothe medical practice. To mitigate against the shortage the medical sector is using professionals who have a medical background but not necessary doctors to bridge this gap. This is a new concept in the medical sector. The other emerging trends that are discussed in the subsequent paragraphs include managed-care plans and government's role in the growth and development of the medical practice. Identify the medical doctor's professional changes over the past century Over the years, many changes have taken place within the medical practice for medical doctors. Such changes include the existence of physician... ? Medical Practice ...
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Reflective Practice
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...Practice Reflective practice in education has been around a long time, but its formal study is generally agreed to have occurred only during the last century, and primarily since the last half of the twentieth century, which is seen in the literature as follows. "Since at least the time of Dewey, such thinking about practice has been termed reflection and in teacher education courses there has been a focus on developing reflective practitioners" (Loughran, 1996, p. 3) There are many definitions of reflective practice, but they all include the idea that the practitioner reflects upon the effects of the educational practices in order make changes in techniques... to improve the outcomes. A...
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...practice. An objective becomes the verbalization of clinical decisions after active, cognitive processing of the days choices and judgments. In effect, the practitioner becomes a researcher of themselves... CASE STUDY “ The measures I had taken so far were just not going to cut it. It wasnt just a simple matter of putting more blankets over Mr. McGillicuddy to keep his extremities warm; at his age, with his erratic pulse, not to mention sluggish metabolism, his body was just too weak to generate the heat that it needed to keep itself going. At the time, a number of solutions had presented themselves, the most logical being the acquisition of two heating blankets to plug into the room directly to add ...
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Practice skills
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...practice 3 Question My best and worst manager had an immense distinction in what they did. Their practices were entirely parallel from each other. The knowing-doing gap was a key principle to distinguish the practices of my best and worst managers. My worst manager was vocal and did not implement the recommendable strategies for organizational growth. This manager used to only say that he knew the importance of rewarding the workforce. According to this manager, the workforce deserved rewards. However, he only used to verbalize it. He did not substantiate the ideas he had. This manager also had proper knowledge of the importance of competent employees and teamwork. Despite of his conceptual...
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Organizational Practice
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...Practice Number Department Introduction Social work involves both organisational and cultural competence since it involves interaction with the human person to improve his welfare. Since the interaction is in need of professional, financial and logistical input, organisational management becomes immediately indispensible. In turn, effective organisational management strictly and fundamentally demands effective organisational analysis. Effective organisational analysis in turn is multifaceted, taking on several concepts and practices as shall be seen in the discussion which ensues forthwith. 1. Identifying Important Skills in Organisational Analysis That Are Relevant for Social Work... Organisational...
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Reflective Practice
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...Practice Reflective practice can be defined as "a set of abilities and skills, to indicate the taking of a critical stance, an orientation to problem solving or state of mind" (Moon, 1999: 63). We all know that a reflection in a mirror is an exact replica of what is in front of it. Similarly, we can say that reflection in terms of professional practice also gives back or shows the real self. That is on reflection we are clearly able to see what exactly has happened and how and why it has happened. Thus it makes it possible for the person to improve or change what he/she does not like in his reflection. Thus it becomes a very useful tool for professionals to pause, ponder and finally decide... Reflective...
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Physiotherapy practice
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...Practices 1 The Physiotherapeutic Profession in the Twenty-First Century 2 Human Rights Laws and Guidelines 3 Physiotherapy in Germany 4 Physiotherapy in the UK 5 Articulation of Existent Differentials from A Lego-Ethical Perspective 7 Conclusion 10 Bibliography 12 The Legal and Ethical Framework of the Physiotherapeutic Profession: A Contrastive Analysis of German and British Physiotherapy Guidelines and Practices While one may not immediately realise this, the fact is that European regionalisation, within the larger context of globalisation, has... predetermined the increasing necessity of standardised professional practice. In response to these twin forces, the legal...
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Anaesthetic Practice
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...PRACTICE DRAWN FROM A PATIENTS JOURNEY The objective of this assignment is to analyse a phase of anaesthesia within perioperative practice surrounding a critical incident during a patient's journey through anaesthesia. The critical incident involved a patient who while under spinal anaesthesia became suddenly very unwell and experienced an anaphylactic reaction in response to an intravenous antibiotic. The identity... of this patient will remain undisclosed with total confidentiality in accordance with the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) The Code: Standards of conduct, performance and ethics for nurses and midwives' (2008:1) states: you must respect people's right to...
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Professional Practice
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...practice that I have set up with my fellow Cambridge post-graduate, and the practice has received potential clients since its initiation and has closed down on a number of deals most of which have given the practice a stable workload and are similar to the Naoshima island project. The project that has been carried out by the practice is similar to the Naoshima... Naoshima Island in Japan Naoshima Island is located in Japan, and is largely known to have more contemporary art spaces compared to numerous other places that are located within the country. The island has existed for several decades harboring the fishing community, but the place picked up a new purpose by turning out to be a great home for an...
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Nursing Practice
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...practices would further improve Health care not just as a vocation but in the management perspective of this issue. In this case, different tasks and issues would be introduced to further enhance the awareness of everybody concerning quality healthcare with regards to catering the needs of patients as well as for the improvement of Health Care as a service-based Industry. To further realize the importance of this study, several facts would be laid upon for the awareness and to further establish the credibility of claims regarding... This paper would fathom different issues and ideas concerning evidence-based and quality improvements movements could settle issues concerning patients care and how these...
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Dental Practice
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...practice professionally. Most dentistry students dream of starting their own practice and clinic... from their first year of medical education. I was one of those ambitious ones. Having confidence on my dental practice and knowledge about the respective field, I decided to fulfill my dream of owning my own clinic after one year of graduation. At that point of time, I was unaware about the business and management aspects, most suitable location of the clinic, market targets, insurances and strategies to earn profits etc. However, I had assumed that knowledge about such aspects would be gained with the passage of the time. Therefore, I decided to go with the decision of my...
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HRM Practice
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...Practice Application of HRM to work Your grade a) The problem It was a preferred practice at my previous work place to devote at least 25 hours a year to social service. Though the work was voluntary but since it raised the employees perception in the eyes of the employer, it was performed by most employees. One of the employees was chosen to regulate the affairs and I was given this authority for a year. Since most of the people saw this as an unpaid obligation, motivation levels were low. Volunteers would turn up late and leave early and had a great tendency to waste their time talking to each other or chatting on the phone while expectant residents...
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Perioperative practice
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...Practice Order No. 311916 No. of pages: 4 6530 Describe the care and legal aspects of receiving a patient scheduled for surgeryinto the Operating Department. An elderly female patient, 62 years of age and who is suffering from a visual impairment is scheduled for an anterior/ posterior repair to correct prolapse of the vaginal walls. Many things have to be taken into consideration before the operation can take place, especially considering the age of the patient. 1. Consent process ‘Consent is as fundamental as any other basic principle on which surgical practice relies, and its use in patient care is a clinical skill.’ (Wheeler R, 2006) "Informed consent" is a legal instrument... Perioperative...
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Exam practice
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...Practice. 2nd ed. New York: Best Business Books, Haworth Reference Press, 2006. Print.... Assignment finance and accounting The marketing strategy to be used by the company is market niche strategy. Thisstrategy takes into account the customer primary needs that are different from each segment. Traditional segment: customers seek proven products at modest price. The age is 2 years, price of about $25, ideal performance 5.0 and market size 15.0. The customers give higher position scores to sensors located at the center of the segment circle and year range of 2 years. The company should therefore supply goods that are known by these customers over time. The forecast sales are about $16000 with capacity num...
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Nursing Practice
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...Practice Synopsis In the world of medical practice and health care, there are many more practical issues than ordinarily meet the eye. Theprovision of care facilities involves issues pertaining to the context of legal, ethical and professional domain, that are integral to the well-being of both the patient and the health care provider. This paper shall endeavor to dwell upon certain areas of influence in the same realm, and help establish certain working parameters for professionals. Introduction Centuries ago, while the science of medical care was in its technical evolution stage, the prime area of reference was only the provision of health care. However, in today’s world, where... the...
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Paraphrasing Practice
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...practice. When compared to the heated arguments I used to have with my friends where everyone will remain where they started, refusing to move an inch from their insufficiently established convictions, this was a welcome change. I could sense that my friend was also happy at the end of the debate where both of us were clear that we understood and respected each other’s perceptions even as we preferred to maintain our adherence to a specific point of view. It was made clear... I had debate with one of my friends about the moral issues related to abortion. My position was that it was unethical to destroy human life at any cost, since that would eventually lead to the total decline of values that sustain...
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Practice Study
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...Practice Study Faculty Table of Contents I. Introduction II. Background Of The Client 2 II.i. General Background II.ii. Medical Background II.iii. Analysis of Background III. Work Environment III.i. External Environment III.i.a Legal Environment: III.i.b Anti-Discriminatory Work Culture: III.i.c Referrals III.ii. Internal Environment: III.ii.a Core Issue III.ii.b Risk and Need Analysis III.ii.c Interagency Liaison III.ii.d Presentation Problem with Client III.ii.e Client Interaction III.ii.f Analysis of Student Intervention III.ii.g Empowerment III.ii.h Behavioural Analysis of Student And Client III.ii.i Anti-Racist and Anti Discriminatory Practice III.ii.j Issues of Power, Race , Gender... ...
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Strategic practice
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...practices when organizations. The objective of the essay is to understand thecomplexities that have to be faced when strategies are formulated and implemented and how these complexities can be minimized. Examples of firms illustrate how complexities surround strategic practices. Theories of eminent scholars have been used to identify complexities and support the statement and critically analyze it. The scope of the essay is to critically view the statement and analyze every step of strategy including the formulation, the strategist, influencers, strategic practices, new idea generation, the complex adaptive system etc. A critical... Introduction The essay illustrates how complexity accompanies strategic...
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Compensation Practice
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...Practice due Introduction Wal-Mart is an American multinational retail corporation that runs chains of large discount department and warehouse stores. Wal-Mart is a family owned business and third largest public corporation with the biggest private employer in the world. The company was founded by Sam Walton in 1962 who declared three policy aims would define his business: respect for the people, service to consumers, and determined for excellence. Wal-Mart's corporate management strategy involves selling high class and brand name products at the lowermost price. In order to keep low charges, the company decreases costs by the use of innovative electronic technology and warehousing... ? Compensation...
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Industry Practice
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...practical since it will pressure employees to complete the task... Autocratic Leadership Style This form of leadership is similar to dictatorship. Decision making is centralized and all powers are exercised by the leaders. The workers and other subordinates are not given an opportunity to make their contributions on decision making and if they make any, it is never welcome by the leaders. This form of leadership is also referred to as authoritarian leadership style. The leaders are the ones who dictate all the organizational policies. They decide which goals are to be achieved and communicate them to the employees. The employees are in turn required to pursue those goals without questioning. This form of ...
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Compensation Practice
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...Practice Briefly describe the company you researched, its compensation strategy, best practices they are applying,and compensation-related challenges they are facing. Verizon Communications Inc. offered telecommunications and broadband services and was formed in the year 2000. From late 2014 the company was the largest provider of wireless communications service. Likewise, Verizon is a current global leader in offering innovative technology and communications solutions that enhance the way their customers live, play and work. The company designs, develops and operate various global networks, mobile technologies, and information systems that grow economies and connect people, and improve... Compensation...
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Reflective Practice
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...Practice Reflective Practice Introduction Learning capability is one of the significant and innate behaviors in human being and animals that involve knowledge, observations, values and skills too. The power of learning is truly important because it affects the behaviors of the people that later influences the surroundings in many means. Therefore, the paper aims to present a reflective practice, in which three different activities related to reflective learning are highlighted. The critical incident review, modeling excellence and proactive learning are the ways that are being covered in this paper. The process of reflective learning is very considerable for the students as it serves... ? Reflective...
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Notarial practice
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...Practice I. Assignment Written Assignment A. How does a notary accomplish his task of verifying the identity, authenti and will of the person that appears before him' The job of a notary is to administer truthful oaths and declarations, draw factual powers of attorney, and attest to the authenticity of the signature, execution and contents of documents, deeds and contracts. This makes notaries the sole guardians of the integrity, veracity and reliability of public documents. How then does a notary serve to prevent fraud and protect the public against deceitful and injurious documents' Any notary worth his salt will start the notarial act with a thorough reading of the document... Notarial...
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Professional Practice
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...practice, the course also brought into focus the issues which are not discussed in any professional program earlier. This course also made a very important point and that is: we may not be able to satisfy every one at every point in time. Professionals need to up hold the highest professional tradition and ethic. The codes of conduct are not books of law; at the same time they are not situational either. The course made me to appreciate these facts of the codes of conduct as well as the ethics and the morals behind these codes so that they are appreciated and adhered to. As a matter... Professional Practive A3E Task Contributions to Forums Running and heading a private business is a challenging job....
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Professional Practice
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...Practice, Law and Contracts Abstract This paper deals with the basics of architectural contract formulation. The contract planning process will take effect under the guidelines of the JCLI landscape Works (2012) and the JCLI Landscape maintenance Works Contracts (2012)? My task is to fundamentally produce all the documentations required in the execution of a simple project under the aforementioned procedural requirements. The project aims to reduce costs associated with maintenance and management of green spaces in the city. The Programme mandated to carry out that task is the Urban Nature Parks Programme. Currently there is a lot of money and resources spent in the ongoing...  Professional...
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MARKETING PRACTICE
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...practice. However, information may reinforce knowledge accumulating in thе mаnager′ѕ learning proceѕѕ, conѕequently updating thе mаnager′ѕ experience аnd knowledge baѕe. Information for a marketing CEO may... J Ѕainѕbury Plc Marketing Reѕearch And Information Needѕ Abѕtract Thе aim of thiѕ ѕtudy iѕ to explore thе orgаniѕationѕ approach to thе collection of environmental data аnd market intelligence аnd thе orgаniѕation ѕelected iѕ J Ѕainѕbury Plc. Brief critical appraiѕal will be done for J Ѕainѕbury, recommendationѕ for improvementѕ will be provided. Taѕk 1 The Role Of Marketing Orientation A marketing oriented firm (alѕo called the marketing concept, or conѕumer focuѕ, or cuѕtomer focuѕ) iѕ one that a...
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Practice week
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...practice for preparation and delivery of a professional presentation to LBC and the partners on data of physical inactivity... Marketing Marketing The problem of physical inactivity requires the intervention of many partners in order to bring things back to normality. The restoration of this problem is achievable if the partners such as Luton Borough Council (LBC), Luton Town Football Club, Active Luton, Sport England, and other community leaders are aware of the problem among the young people aged between eighteen and twenty-five years old. To lay the problem bare, there is need to gather information on physical inactivity and understand why it is the case. This paper present an outline of the best...
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Management Practice
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...Practice Introduction: Erth Ophthalmic Inc. is a multinational company dealing in ophthalmic product from last 20 years. Company has expanded its business in various countries like England, Nigeria, Brazil, United States, China, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa and Australia. This company was incorporated in 1988 in New York City. This company has started with 5 employees only and today the number of employees working in different country is exceeding 1200. The expansion of the company was started in 1994 when company has appointed Gaurav Agrawal as its General Manager. Gaurav Agrawal is having a master's degree in Microbiology and also he is Master of Business Administration (MBA... Management...
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Reflective practice
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...practice Abstract The MEGA team experience was an informative and refreshing initiative that gave me a new perspective on the projects we planned to undertake. The power of teamwork is so often underrated, but the activities we participated in opened a new window of opportunity for assessing our options and developing sound approaches to the challenges we currently face and those we will have to confront in the future. In this paper, I will provide a comprehensive and definitive report on our experience and the outcomes of the activity. I will present arguments on reflective practice, apply relevant academic concepts and theories used in the context of my reflective assessment, present... Reflective...
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Professional Practice
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...practice and accepted communication avenues. They also help ensure timely and efficient communication about the patient’s status between the patient and the physician (Schraeder, et.al., 2008). Through follow-up contacts with the nurses in the nurse-led clinics, nurses help provide support for the patients in handling and understanding their condition (Rydeman and Tornkvist, 2005). Post-discharge support is an important aspect of chronic patient care because it reduces their admissions... What are the benefits of nurse-led clinics in the management of chronic diseases? Nurse-led clinics bring about various benefits in the management ofchronic diseases. These clinics reduce repeat hospitalization...
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Recruitment Practice
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...practice. One of the brightest examples is I (Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory) that comprises 550 statements concerning how a tested person feels, what his or her relationships with people around are, if s/he has any neurotic, psychotic or psychopathic symptomatic, etc. The problem with this test is that it was elaborated especially for the patients of psychiatric clinics, and is widely used in personal psychoanalysis practice. Moreover, the procedure of testing using MMPI is claimed to be an intrusion into the personal sphere of the candidate and violation of personal rights, because whoever is interpreting the results of this test can know... Can the use of personality tests in business be...
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Compensation Practice
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...PRACTICE School: Topic: Lecturer: presented: Introduction In today’s competitive globalenvironment it is very vital for contemporary organizations to manage their human capital effectively so as to leverage sustainable competitive advantage and achieve organizational success. Traditional companies were very much concerned with productivity and the only means was to achieve it was focusing on the job rather than employees. Use of punishment was considered vital in enabling workers to work hard thus improved productivity but with advent of enhanced technology and human relation movements, organizations have realized the need to treat their employees as the most valuable... Running Head: COMPENSATION...
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Compensation Practice
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...practices followed by each of the nations. The compensation and benefit packages design by Bank of America provides it with a competitive advantage in the market. The compensation package is designed... ?Running Head: COMPENSATION STRATEGY – BANK OF AMERICA Compensation Strategy – Bank of America Bank of America is one of the world’s finest financial institutions which serve a large number of clients based in about 40 countries. It provides financial services starting from investment to corporate banking and equity execution services. In United States it has about 57 million customers and small businesses, which enjoys services from approximately 5,700 retail banking offices and almost thousands of ATMs...
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Community Practice
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...Practice Community Practice The global population is alive to economic inequalities to the diverse development levels in various countries and the varied distribution of natural resources across the globe. As such, different communities experience diverse problems that may relate to poverty, poor health, environmental degradation, illiteracy, drug, and substance abuse, poor sanitation, among other social issues. Having become the next community development officer, I am aware that many governments and non-governmental organizations have been trying to find and adopt solutions for the named community problems. Indeed, federal and local governments and the private sector seek to establish... Community...
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Advancing Practice
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...practices are at risk of delinquency and drug abuse. Truancy and early drop out from school are factors associated with substance abuse. This turn results from environmental factors such as disorganized and marginalized communities such as the minority, blacks, illegal immigrants ,those with high neighborhood crime rates and also lack informal social controls have less... INTRODUCTION It has been reported that in the United Kingdom, over 106,000 premature deaths occur due to smoking. About one fourth of those deaths occur as a direct result from cancer with a fifth resulting from emphysema and bronchitis. Over 87% percent of the lung cancer deaths were due to the habit of smoking and 86% of ...
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Reflective Practice (community practice Australia)
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...practice framework are multipronged. First, there will be need for me to put to practice, the concepts that I have learnt. This is because these concepts, although encompassing technical aspects of community development (CD), yet are applicable to life’s dynamics, challenges and situation. For instance, the use of some of the fundamental principles (such as reconciliation and justice) of CD may help restore and subsequently nurture relationships that had been broken or strained, both at formal and informal levels. The need... Reconciliation in the Community Number Department Question What I need to do now (in the near future)to bed in the learning I have had this term and incorporate it into your...
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Teaching practice
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...Practice For the sake of positive reinforcement and negative reinforcement, the teaching practice that could be provided is in the form of giving extra marks for the good deeds and making the child do the same work again or even lower grades after he has been warned once. This means that the positive and negative reinforcements are all about being good when the student is good at his studies through the teaching practice while scolding the student in the wake of the wrong deeds and practices. The latter is so done because the student needs to pull up is socks and become a better student as his norms need to be upgraded all the time. The students are told that they would be given extra marks... ?Teaching...
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Reflective Practice
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...Practice: Critical Analysis The following article highlights some of the applications and missing links between reflective practice and a successful learning or teaching experience. Whereas many proponents of reflective practice recommend its application for continued success in respective experiences, it is not always possible to draw the line between its success and other performance improvement techniques. The role of reflection in ensuring continuity in learning or professional experience could be a construction of its proponents, while a closer look at its principles may however generate debate about how it is an invaluable approach for development. As Eisner (1991, p6) observes... Reflective...
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Interprofessional Practice
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...practice is one of the most dynamic fields of practice. It is composed of different health professionals with varying contributions to the delivery of care. These health professionals have the knowledge and expertise in healthcare which ensures that the patients get the best care possible. In the actual practice, these professionals have the knowledge and training which can help ensure improved patient outcomes. Each health professional has his own area of practice and he acts in a way which exemplifies his role in the health care delivery. This paper shall discuss what it means to act professionally, based on my career as a nurse... Professionalism in Healthcare Introduction: The healthcare practice ...
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Phonics Practice
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...practicing their phonics skill everyday with their teacher in a rock garden school environment. This is the image which comes before my mind, a multicultural group with fifteen different accents, and learning English as their second language. It is amazing what is revealed in their wide open eyes, inquisitive mind and keen ears. They hear, they see and they feel the sounds, the letters and the words. How can a class of twenty, six year old can be so absorbed, to decode the mystery of language and open up a whole new world of reading. They are learning to solve and decode the mystery... "What concepts, and knowledge do children need to have to become fluent readers" es of twenty, first graders are...
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Practice Act
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...Practice Act There are several rules and regulations that govern the conduct of the individuals in whatever fields they are in. These so-called rule books guide the behaviors of these individuals in the course of their activities. The nursing field is an example of an area of interest in this particular case. This happens to be one area in particular which has quite a lot of implications associated with it. There have been several events in history which has brought the nursing profession under the spotlight especially in relation to some of the practices which the members of this profession have been undertaking. One such event was during the hurricane Katrina. One specific thing that came...
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Clinical Practice
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...practice Considering the involvement of the patients [participants] in the experiment's approach towards conditioning the possibility that LBP and NLBP individuals would have different reactions to the study approach, it has been found that the differences were not that significant enough to note that there are consistent contrast in the repositioning accuracy used among the said participants. However, although there were practical notions from other particular studies that some specific LBP dysfunctions may have been caused by loss of body proprioception, this is not enough to prove that the angular differences on the repositioning accuracy used between LBP and NLBP... 4.6 Implications for clinical...
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Engineering Practice
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...Practice Executive Summary Laura Jenkins an environmental engineer from the of Stoneybrook works at Civil Engineering Companynamely Kentridge consulting engineers as an environmental engineer and also as the spokesperson. Her job is to assess the harmful effect on environment that may be caused due to their construction process. She and her mentor Keith Inglewood was working on a project of assessing the effect of constructing the underground tunnel. In testing the soil they found a colony of earthworm which will be adversely affected by the construction process and the case is about how the issues can be sorted out. The report also highlights on the areas such as the importance... the...
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Hrd Practice
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...Practice - Practical Experience Submitted By: Affiliation: Word Count = 3680 Executive Summary A study of HRD as practised by a large successful organisation was carried out to understand how theory translates into practice in the field. ABC was selected since they are a professionally managed company and have full fledged HRD as an integral part of their organisation. ABC is a highly respected and successful company. Its operations, in a remote location, present a challenge to attract and retain the talent required to run the high technology plants. While an overall appreciation of HRD activity was done, time available and limitation of resources narrowed the focus to detailed learning... a...
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Mal Practice
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...Practice Introduction Medical mal-practice is the deliberate or accidental professional negligence by health officers in offering treatment to their patients. The negligence involves giving services that fall below the required standards in the medical field. Medical Mal-practice could seriously harm the patient. Sometimes it even results to death to the patient involved in the mal-practice. In cases of medical mal-practice, the victims are legally allowed to sue the medical practitioners and the institutions for damages incurred on their health. In order for a case to be legally identified as a medical mal-practice, the plaintiff needs to provide evidence that covers the four negligence... Data Mal...
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Practice report
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...Practice Report Cross cultural management is a very important in the daily operations of any organization that is situated in a multicultural environment. Understanding different cultures and appreciating their differences is essential in determining how people within the organization are going to interact with each other and with other people outside the organization. Proper cross cultural management ensures that there is understanding in and out of the organization (Tjosvold and Leung, 2003). This helps create conducive working environment, which eventually translates into better returns for the company... Executive Summary In organizational management today, the issue of cross cultural communication...
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Counselling Practice
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...practice without their knowledge. The guidance and counselling practitioners have been witnessing many forms of oppression in their work place. Thus they are faced with a responsibility of challenging... the disadvantage and the inequality. The oppressive and discriminatory practices faced by the guidance practitioners are in the main social divisions of the race, class, gender, age and also sexual discrimination. (Ali and Graham 1996) Forms of oppression and discrimination faced by guidance practitioners 1. Disabilism In the guidance and counselling practice the practitioners face some barriers and challenges because of an individual's mental or physical...
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EXPERT PRACTICE
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...Practice Affiliation: Part The primary and most direct role of a CNS is nursing care and improving the patients’ health outcomes. This role is direct because that is what they were taught in school and have achieved expertise in that area and hence can be said to be competent. Their educational achievements (with masters or doctoral status) have exposed them to all sorts of patients and diseases and hence they perform this role well (Hamric, Spross and Hanson, 2008). A CNS has several indirect roles all which are related to care of the patient but not directly as mentioned above. An example of this role is facilitation in ethical decision making and dilemma resolution. This role is indirect... Expert...
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Practice Analysis
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...Practice Analysis Sherwood Anderson’s story “I’m a Fool” takes us into the mind of a nineteen-year old black boy who tends the horses in race business. Wanting to win love of the girl he likes, the boy lies and has to cope with the consequences of his dishonesty. Ironically, Lucy Wesson appears to like the boy for what he really is and not what he presents himself to be. Disappointed with the outcome of his lies, the boy comes to the conclusion that he is worthless and that he does not really deserve his job of a race-track groom. Applying the concept of inferiority complex to the protagonist of “I’m a Fool”, one may see that it demonstrates itself through the character’s...
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Compensation Practice
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...PRACTICE School: Topic: Lecturer: presented: Introduction In today’s competitive global environment it is very vital for contemporary organizations to manage their human capital effectively so as to leverage sustainable competitive advantage and achieve organizational success. Traditional companies were very much concerned with productivity and the only means was to achieve it was focusing on the job rather than employees. Use of punishment was considered vital in enabling workers to work hard thus improved productivity but with advent of enhanced technology and human relation movements, organizations have realized the need to treat their employees as the most valuable... ?Running Head: COMPENSATION...
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