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...Professional Ethics A profession is an occupation where the members have specialized training in a specific field so as to provide the best service to the society. Ethics is the moral principles that guide the behavior of an individual, group or society. Professional ethics are therefore the guidelines to members of a certain profession and show how they are to conduct themselves in the process of conducting their professional duties. They act as a form of guideline to the members of a given profession, showing what the professionals can and cannot do during the course of conducting their duties. The...
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Professional Affiliations
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...Professional Affiliations Professional organizations and journal that showcases commitment to the nursing profession American Nurses Association (ANA) This professional organization was started in 1896 and later renamed in 1911. The American Nurses Association (ANA) is a professional organization that advance and protect the interest of nursing. It appears to be the only full-service professional body representing the interests of over 3.1 million nations’ registered nurses. They are committed to advocacy in nursing as a profession since they have for years spoke with one voice concerning critical issues...
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...Professional development Introduction Professional engineering is not just like any other job, it is both a mindset and a way of life. Engineers areknown to apply their experience and judgement in solving problems when the limits of mathematics or scientific knowledge are evident. Their intent is to constantly eliminate or limit risk. The most successful creations of engineers recognize human fallibility, and complexity is their constant companion (Malpas 2000). This paper hence seeks to discuss the distinctions a professional engineer from any other sort of ‘engineer’ in the UK and the far the distinctions depend on being a...
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Professional Skills
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...Professional……………….4 Hard and Soft skill to offer the employer……………………………………….6 Potentiality in team skill………………………………………………………...8 My experience and ability in team skill…………………………………………9 Conclusion …………………………………………………………………….10 Topic - Professional Skills Introduction Professional skill can be defined as the abilities and knowledge needed for the development of professional aspect of a person. People gain professional skill by working in different job atmosphere. Professional skill is extremely important... ? TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Employment criteria expected in first job………………………………………2 SME and its employment potential……………………………………………..3 Ethical Duties and Responsibilities of a Computer...
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Professional organization
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...Professional Organization: American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Any professional should find a professional organization that aligns with their individual and professional objectives. There are various professional organizations in all fields and it is a challenge for a professional to participate in all these bodies. As a nurse who recognizes the role played by personal and professional development through nursing education, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) is the most appropriate professional organization that will help me achieve my professional and personal development goals. In this case, AACN will be in equipping me with the necessary information... Organization:...
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Professional Skepticism
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...Professional scepticism According to the chapter, professional scepticism refers to a way of thinking or an attitude that entails questioning and trying to verify where trust even exists. Human beings often have a tendency to have trust issues with people they know. In professional scepticism, according to my opinion, is a good practice as it involved crossing ones boundary of trust in an attempt to verify a given audit. Sometimes being professional sceptical entails developing a third eye or sixth sense in audit. I know of an auditor who lost his job due to not being sceptical. He found out that an accountant of a major...
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...Professional Portfolio Professional Portfolio Introduction Different learning process existed and they are explained and synthesized with the conceptualized frameworks described and illustrated in the learning theories. The learning theories are sure ways of understanding how information is passed, processed, absorbed, and retained during any learning situation. From education platform and learning theories, it is understood that any learning process is usually cognitive, environmentally, and emotionally influenced (Davis and Osborn, 2003). Moreover, the learning process is pegged on learners’ prior experiences. The fundamental or principle of learning theories includes sensory stimulation... ...
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Professional Development
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...Professional Development Equals to Education Reform? This component goes with the premise that a gap exists between the quality ofeducational services K-12 schools should and actually offer. To refine this gap, a greater perception of teacher - student development is required. Accordingly, this module examines the componential elements of either process, with focus on student and teacher development. As argued by academic literatures and theories in question, a teacher’s development is integral to student development and may be identified as one of its enablers. The component aims towards thorough investigation of systems theory and thinking, and its utilization contributes to school... Does K-12...
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Professional Work
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...professional work a rational activity Rationality is a powerful mode of thought of conduct in the modern world. Its emergence in the early twentieth century offered a clear vision of social order as a panacea for inefficiency and chaos, replacing former ideologies such as Social Darwinism, welfare capitalism, and religious discourses of labor. Common wisdom -- in academic and popular circles alike -- asserts that managerial rationality represents the American industrial way, a natural extension of economic progress, and the inevitable outcome of universal business practices. In the first place, how we think about ourselves and our political world from the outset exerts a...
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Professional Boundaries
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...PROFESSIONAL BOUNDARIES Professional Boundaries: Relationships among Nurses, Children and Other Professional Boundaries: Relationships among Nurses, Children and Other Clients Introduction The ability to maintain professional boundaries in a patient/client- nurse relationship is among the key competencies in the nursing profession. This declaration is however simple in theory, but not as straightforward in practice. By working with each other, the nurse and the client develops familiarity, trust and the urge to help each other. If the nurse lacks a general understanding of what professional boundaries should be, then the integrity of the nurse-client relationship maybe... Running Head:...
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Professional identity
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...Professional Identity                  Professional Identity Part A The nursing theory that most closely fits with the own theory of care is Madeline Leininger’s Transcultural nursing theory. This is because the nurse is a Latina who works with a large diverse population at Hennepin County Medical Center in downtown Minneapolis. Leininger’s Transcultural nursing theory offers care measures which are in accord with a group or individual’s cultural values, beliefs, and practices. Collectively, the nurse and the different patients innovatively design a different or new care lifestyle for the wellbeing or health of the patients. Nonetheless, the theory...
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Professional Education
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...Professional Education Introduction With an increase in the phenomenon known as globalization and the wide use of technology as a complementary feature, human society has changed and the needs have increased manifold. Changes in the political, economical and cultural arena have challenged and effected alterations within various professions. The autonomy of professions has been under challenge because the market has tried to decrease it so to reduce their power and status. Also, trust has been replaced by target setting accountability as client-professional interactions have been limited in order for services and companies... Theory and Practice: An Outworn Dichotomy or the Perennial Challenge for...
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Professional Portfolio
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...Professional Portfolio Overview In this report, I will intend to present a professional portfolio, i.e. a structured compilation of appropriate documents as well as other objects that would depict my talents, skills along with other aspects of professional growth. It can be created as well as utilized for any particular discipline or profession comprising of teaching and nursing among others. In precise, it can be depicted that a professional portfolio is a means through which one can examine, as well, can evaluate various growth potentialities of their professional career (DiLisio, 2013). Correspondingly,...
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Professional Accountability
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...PROFESSIONAL ACCOUNTABILITY Professional Accountability Discussion Paper Nursing Introduction Every person must have personal and professional integrity in their life. This is being truthful and loyal to himself and to the profession he is engaged. Accountability is another important trait to be practiced by every professional to do justice to his job. Though this is the basic requirement of all the working people, certain fields require extreme responsibility because of the nature of the profession. The one that tops the list is the medical profession as this involves the lives of humans. Doctors and other paramedical staff can never disown or slip away from their responsibilities... Running head:...
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Professional plan
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...Professional Development Plan Professional Development Plan I have some career goals that I wish to achieve including achieving my dream of being a nurse manager in future due to the responsibilities and respect that come with the role in a health provision organization. I believe achieving my career goal of a nurse manager will allow me to ensure the best service is provide for all patients, development of guidelines for better working conditions for nurses, and the formulation of policies and guidelines for training and personal development of nurses in the institution I will be working. Another career goal is augmenting my ability to provide better healthcare to elderly patients through... ...
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Professional identity
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...Professional Identity Table of Contents Introduction 3 Value of Modern Nursing 4 Social, Cultural and Political Values 6 Impact of Professional Regulation 7 Role of NMC in the Protection of Public 8 Conclusion and Recommendations 9 References 10 Introduction Professional identity has become one of the most significant concepts in the field of nursing. It can be linked to the facet of self-esteem of the nurses. A number of the scholars have defined professional identity as values as well as beliefs considered by the nurses that guide their thinking, interactions and actions with the patients. However, in the present times,...
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Professional Liability
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...Professional Liability First I would like to start with explaining the term “professional liability”. Professional liability occurs when professional regardless of his occupation is negligent about his duties at work. In other words he breaches the duty he was employed to carry out. In the medical healthcare field this could be anyone from the nurse to the doctor, where a duty of care is not met according to the standards. For example, the nurse has a duty to treat the patient according to the established skills, diligence and care of a responsible person performing the same task. In case the patient or his relatives, friends suffer a loss due to the negligent deed of the professional... ?Nurse’s...
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Professional resources
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...Professional Resources The purpose of this paper is to highlight four different resources which would assist the of this paper in becoming effective in teaching, decision making and professional development. The first resource is the book Psychology for Teaching in which Lefrancois (2000) delineates the importance of human development and psychological principles in conjunction with standards needed for classroom effectiveness. Lefrancois’ book has detailed information on how to improve the behavior of the children within and outside of the classroom. His description of behaviorism as well as the social learning theory is rather explicit. Thus, these...
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Professional Ethics
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...professionals includes nearly 24 points; among these contributing to human well... Section/# Ethics in IT Part Ethics within any profession is important consideration and has taken a more prominent role with respect to the way in which decisions are made and stakeholders engage with one another throughout the process of business; especially of the past several years. The underlying reason for this has to do with the fact that ethical oversight spy firms such as Enron, Lehman Brothers, and a litany of others have illustrated the ways in which ethical oversight can ultimately lead to disastrous impacts; not only upon the company itself - but upon the economy as a whole. However, as important as ethics are ...
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Professional future
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...Professional Future Professional Future My goals from childhood has always been attending and graduatingwith the highest possible grades in my higher education. In my opinion, attaining a Neuro registered nurse certification will be perhaps a great achievement from my side as I will benefit immensely in the following ways. My compensation will be automatically increased, my career mobility will also be enhanced and an elevation of my professional standards. To achieve my desired certification as a certified Neuro-registered nurse, my estimated time length of the course will be approximately three months and I will be taking the course...
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Professional Perspectives
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...Professional Perspectives Outlook Co-Educators Professional Perspectives Outlook Introduction Co-teaching involves a contract of two professional educators who share instructional responsibility for a single classroom focused on a specific content, which is promoted by an effective mutual relationship and ownership, joint accountability and pooled resources. However, a co-teaching that has no collaboration and effective consultations that are caused by co-educator differences affects professional interactions in implementing strategies to address diversified students’ needs (Dettmer, Thurston, Knackendoffel, & Dyck, 2013). The main objective of co-educators is to ensure that a group... ? Co-Educators...
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Professional development
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...professional nursing standards affiliation Nursing is an imperative aspect of healthcare provision. Proper nursing converges with the right diagnosis, prescription, and treatment to alleviate a patient from disease. It is undisputable that disease cause desperation and at such times, the patient battles between life and death. It is the work of professional nurses to create a favorable healing environment for patients despite their sociocultural subscriptions. This paper justifies the need for professional nursing standards (Kagan, 2010, 68). Nursing standards prescribe the guidelines that determine what nurses should or should not do. They are a benchmark... for the evaluation of...
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Professional demeanor
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...Professional demeanor remains central to branding. Professional demeanor refers to a commitment to a certain code of behavior which is commonly found in some subcultures. For example, dress code, a certain communication style and behavior is mostly followed by those individuals who are employees of a formal organization where a hierarchy or chain of command is followed and each employee is required to professionally follow all the rules and regulations relating to dress, work type, job description and other parameters which are essential for completing... the requirements of the organizational role. In the following parts of this paper, first professional demeanor is...
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Professional Practice
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...Professional Practive A3E Task Contributions to Forums Running and heading a private business is a challenging job. One, you are responsible foryour staff and also for yourself and your family. Two, the customers need to be answered and the commitments made need to be honored including the time lines. When one is with a company, you enjoy the holidays, the maternity or paternity leave and other such benefits which really become a requirement in your normal social life. Whereas when you are on a business, then every such work is only interference to your business and no one is going to compensate you for the time you spent with your family. As a matter of fact, the staff in...
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Professional Bio
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...Professional bio of Mr. Steve Martins Mr. Martins is a registered nurse whose career objective is to work in an environment that is flexible enough to allow for sustainable growth in his individual nursing career, and which will provide overall team success in the healthcare provision sector. Personal attributes He is a dedicated and patient-focused nurse with proven expertise in acute, staff development, and family advocacy. He has strong management abilities that include potentials in simultaneous multi-complex-task management, time management, and leadership ability towards superior patient care. Further, he has effective communication skills for coordinating...
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Professional development
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...Professional development I am an IT technician working at Queen's Belfast, supporting software and hardware, networking, server platformsand I also provide IT training. In my job reflective practice is an essential part of continuing professional development (CPD) for technical professionals. It leads to future development in professional sphere, gives a solid basis for investigations and experiments, helps me promote my professional methods and strategies and custom them to create a systematic approach to tasks that are provided during my everyday practice. Unfortunately, there are some factors that...
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Professional statement
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...Professional ment My is Florence Akouegnon, a registered nurse on the ACE unit and I am applying for the clinical level III. I have a passion for caring for geriatric patients. As a nurse, it is my responsibility to be their advocate to fight, defend and stand for them in every aspect of their lives (Barker 23). I deserve recognition with the advancement to clinical level III, because I have proved at many levels my skills and expertise as a staff nurse on ACE unit caring for the geriatric patients. I have a Bachelor Degree in Nursing Honors from Holly Family University and an induction to sigma theta tau International Nursing Honor Society. During my third year in...
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Professional organization
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...Professional Organization Professional Organization The Michigan Technological will hold a technology conference on June 16th-19th, 2015. As a technologist, I would appreciate if I was given a chance to attend this conference since it will bring together diverse people and discuss ways in which learning can be improved, mostly in the area of technology. It will also discuss ways in which professionals can integrate technology in their workplace and ensure a competitive edge (Michigan Technological University, 2015). Leaning more about various types of technology such as assistive or simulation will bring the community together and reflect...
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Healthcare Professional
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...professional. While other children my age dreamt of being firemen, policeman or, quite simply and unrealistically, superheroes, I want to be a healer. From my childish perspective, healers were the ultimate superheroes; they healed the sick, made those who felt bad feel good and, quite fascinatingly, concocted curative magical potions - medicines. There is no doubt that my tendencies were influenced, possibly even deliberately shaped, by my parents, one a family doctor and the other a pharmacist. While I always knew that I wanted to be a healthcare professional, it was not until my college... As far back as I can recall, there was never a time when I dreamt of being anything other than a healthcare...
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Professional Limitation
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...Professional Limitations A professional in any given field should endeavour to get to know his limitations much better than the people around him. He/she should be able to recognize when he/she can or cannot help others, with one goal in mind: not to harm more than do good. Professionals who do not do this risk doing injury to their respective client and getting sued as a consequence. Mental reproaches are not rare and can be even more disturbing than any legal proceedings, if that professional is a person of a more sensible nature. Situation Situation A 17 year-old student who was attending a Legal class was not wearing full school uniform. When the teacher questioned him as to why... such a...
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Professional Limitationhology
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...Professional Limitations One should know and explore one`s own professional limitations, because it is this awareness that makes us better professionals. When dealing with children one should be even more cautious, in order to protect a young life and help discover ways to possibly eliminate any wrongs we can eliminate. Furthermore, professional limitations must be known because when dealing with children of any age everybody is interested and prone to speculating anything that seems out of place. Situation Situation A 10 year-old girl attending regular 5th class who, according to her mother`s saying, had started school...
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Professional Organizations
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...Professional Organizations al affiliation: Professional Organizations American Association of Critical Care-Nurse is the largest specialty nursing organization charged with airing the views of over 500,000 nurses globally. Indirectly, the organization is responsible for care of critically and acutely ill patients that are in the verge of increase. The organization operates in excellence by initiating standard setting equipment for and with members. For any US licensed RN, a membership fee of $78 per year is charged, $148 for two years and $200 for three years (AACCN, 2014). Non-licensed nurses, pay $52 per year for membership payable through VISA, MasterCard or American express. AACN members... ...
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Professional Portfolio
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...Professional Portfolio This paper analyzes a testimonial of expression based on a philosophical framework of a personal approach to teaching as a career and the essence of the guidance in the practice. It lays emphasis to the realistic goals and objectives that have been apprehended when pursuing the career. A teacher is a person who creates a conducive environment for his students- that place where they can submerge themselves in a discipline as they incorporate a body of requisite information, concepts and skills. Learning is an active process, which requires patience, dedication and confidence. Teaching nursing students involves teaching adults with grown minds hence...
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Professional Liability
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...Professional Liability Number: Introduction Simply put, professional liability refers to legal obligations that emanate from errors, negligent acts, acts of omission by a professional, during the professional’s course of practice of his craft. All fields of profession have professional liability that bind employees to specific codes of ethics, conducts and practices, in respect to employees’ lines of duty. The scope and nature of professional liability is more sacrosanct, pronounced and grave in the field of medical or healthcare services provision. The wideness and seriousness of...
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Professional Associations
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...Professional associations are often more interested in controlling entry into occupations than ensuring that their receive a 'well-rounded' experience of teaching and learning. Discuss 1. Introduction The concepts of professional and professionalism have undergone considerable sociological change, and as they have the function of the professional association has necessarily evolved with the changing times. The role of the professional association has changed based on a complex set of variables that include economics, information, technology, and changing worldviews on class theory and organizational behaviour. While some theorists may see some degradation in the status of the professional... ...
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Professional Development
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...Professional Development Affiliate) Introduction Engineering profession involves interacting with people from different background such as fellow workers, clients and legal agents (Baillie and Moore, 2004, p.178). It involves many activities, which require proper coordination and ability to make personal judgement. Engineers should have tactics to plan their activities, coexist with others and solve disputes in order to achieve their goals. Therefore, in order for engineers to achieve impeccable work performance, they should be able to share their knowledge with their colleagues and clients. In addition, they should be able to set their objectives and strategies to achieve...
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Professional Development
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...Professional Development Affiliate) Introduction Engineering profession involves interacting with people from different background such as fellow workers, clients and legal agents (Baillie and Moore, 2004, p.178). It involves many activities, which require proper coordination and ability to make personal judgement. Engineers should have tactics to plan their activities, coexist with others and solve disputes in order to achieve their goals. Therefore, in order for engineers to achieve impeccable work performance, they should be able to share their knowledge with their colleagues and clients. In addition, they should be able to set their objectives and strategies to achieve...
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...Professional Communication Introduction Nurses are essential professionals in the healthcare sector who play a great part in the wellbeing of patients. Therefore, the more knowledgeable a nurse is, the better the service she or he is likely to offer. They can derive the information they need in various ways but the most convenient is through information technology that has evolved over time. This paper discusses ways in which the nurses can use information technology to exchange information with one another. Electronic Medical Records Nurses from different hospitals can use electronic medical records to exchange information. Electronic medical records...
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Professional Application
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...Professional Application Lecturer: The research paper analyzed critical issues facing Steve Madden Ltd. and revealed various issues that need to be addressed in the IMC campaign. The researcher also identified critical challenges including economic, competition and communication ones. The project outlined some of the communication objectives and communication campaigns that categorized audience in terms of demographic, geographic and psychological factors. Some of the selling ideas were analyzed and the key benefits for major selling ideas were revealed. Various communication objectives were provided and the research analyzed the targeted market. The research provided the major selling ideas...
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Professional skill
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...Professional Skills Case Study Analysis The data was used for the new application without the consent of the data s for which the company was responsible along with the contractor. The UK Data protection Act 1998, Chapter 9, Part I, (a) and (b), The Data Protection Act 1998, Chapter 9, Part II, Section 4, (a) and (b), the First Principle and the Second principle of the Act were breached. These clearly state that "personal data" means data, which relate to a living individual who can be identified, these data can be obtained without permission only for lawful or emergency purposes, should be used only for the purpose obtained and permission from the data subjects or data...
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Professional Sports
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...professional ice hockey product within the entertainment industry; (2) the promotional devices used in the campaign that accentuate its explicit hyper... ? Article Critique EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The advertising campaign of any event plays an indispensible role in the success of the event and along with that achievement of the goals of the event. This paper deals with the analysis of the development and production of the National Hockey League’s (NHL) 2005–2006 “Inside the Warrior” advertising campaign. The advertising campaign was generally based on the three factors which are the context of the 2004–2005 NHL lockout season that led to the League’s ensuing re-launch and rebranding exercise for a new...
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...Professional background and basis interest in pursuing a doctorate in education Grade (Feb. 10th, Professional background and basis interest in pursuing a doctorate in education Professional background My professional background stretches to qualifications in diverse fields, which comprehensively enables me have wide and diverse knowledge and abilities. To start with, I hold Business Communication Skills qualification from the Lincoln University-Saint Louis, Mo, USA. Further, I hold a Diploma in Counseling and guidance, a Bachelor’s Degree in Religions and a Master Degree in Human Development and leadership, in addition to further post graduate qualifications in leadership and management... ...
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Professional development
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...Professional development Affiliation Trends within Occupational Health Nurses Occupational health nurses are involved inactivities linked to health and safety programs and services to community groups and workers. Their focus is on promoting and restoring of health, protecting from environmental and work-related hazards. On their daily duties, they consult with executives regarding health of the employees of the company and safety conditions around the workplace. This helps employees file insurance claims for injuries received at the workplace, coordinating requests from the employees on disability and administers prevention measures for most diseases from tuberculosis to...
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Professional standards
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...professionals are held according to the standards that are reasonable for a person within that profession. A person is not found guilty as long as they act according to what is expected in their field of work. This is seen in the case of Bolam Vs Friern Hospital Management Committee in 1957. In this case, Mr Bolam was a voluntary patient in a mental institution run by the Friern Hospital Management Committee. In the agreement, Mr Bolam agreed... ? BREACH OF DUTY OF CARE and Introduction A tort is a legal wrong done to someone and for which the law tries to provide a remedy. This is a civil action by one individual against the other and for which it is tried in court. The person who sustains injury is the ...
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Marketing professional
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...Professional Marketing Professional Discuss the Growth and Development of no- for-Profit Organisations in Australia Today? Not-for-profit organisations (NFP) exist for reasons other than profit generation. These organisations can act as vehicles for alleviating societal problems whose solutions cannot be provided by the commercial enterprises. Their services and products are characterised by responsiveness, advocacy, flexibility, innovativeness, community building and expressiveness. The not-for-profit organisation employs over one million workers in Australia with the revenue expected to reach $105 billion by the end of 2012 (Shulman, 2012). The revenue base of the industry has increased... Marketing...
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Professional Issues
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...Professional Issues in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Court Ordered Professional Issues in Clinical Mental Counseling 1.0 Introduction A court ordered therapist has been defined by the Association of family and conciliation courts as any mental health professional who provides psychotherapeutic treatment of a parent, child, couple or family undertaken because it was ordered by a judge. Courts may order mental health counseling for therapeutic services for clients involved in child custody and juvenile dependency court processes (AFCC, 2010). They also render the court ordered therapeutic services to those who require rehabilitative services. In carrying out this duties... , they are...
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Professional Translation
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...professional translation Six theories of equivalence are defined in this paper. Leonardi(2000) gives a detailed analysis of these theories as studied by the 'most innovative theorists in this field'. The analysis is done in chronological order, beginning from Vinay and Darbelnet, then to Jakobson's concept of equivalence in difference, Nida and Taber's formal equivalence and dynamic equivalence, Catford's linguistic-based approach to translation, House's theory which favours semantic and pragmatic equivalence, and Baker's detailed list of conditions upon which the concept of equivalence can be defined. One of the most astounding advocates... Can theories of equivalence play a useful role in...
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Professional Ethics
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...professionals that work within industry managing tender selection and subsequently awarding. This report demonstrates through examples how conflicts of interest should be avoided. It outlines the implications of such behavior and also discusses professional... Topic: Lecturer: Presentation: Introduction Conflict of interest is a situation whereby neutrality is undermined while serving one or more parties in favor of personal interest. A public official may fail to adhere to his/her obligations and absolute duty to satisfy pecuniary interest thereby denying some of the party’s involved to have a fair application of the law. Conflicts of interest must be avoided; however it can become an issue for all...
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Professional Portfolio
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...Professional Portfolio Professional portfolio Address Telephone Number Email Professional goals I am a dedicated registered nurse who possesses specialty experience in health nursing. My goals in nursing care is to provide reliable, ethical healthcare through ability to stay calm and provide solutions during crises, facilitate groups and educational seminars, and collaborate on multidisciplinary teams. I also intend to use all my abilities to build positive relationships with patients, their family members, doctors as well as other medical professionals. Licenses and credentials Licenses Institution Year BSN Board of Registered Nursing RN Board of Registered Nursing CRRN Association... be...
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Professional Development
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...Professional development portfolio Professional Development Portfolio Professional Development Portfolio Professional practice STANDARD: practices in accordance with legislation affecting nursing practice and health care. ELEMENT: identifies and explains effects of legislation in the area of health. I believe that this element is important to my transition as a Graduate nurse because I need to know what I can and cannot legally do in the practice, including the rights of the patient, my rights and responsibilities as a nurse, the rights and responsibilities of other health care professionals, and the legal implications of my actions. According to Rosdahl and Kowalski (2008) the nursing... ?Running head:...
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