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Public Awareness on COPD
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...Public Awareness on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a key public health concern globally and its occurrence is constantly rising. The disease, which is at present the sixth major cause of death worldwide, has been predicted to be the third major cause of death by the year 2020, exceeded only by cerebrovascular and cardiovascular diseases (Carrea et al, 2007). This paper will analyze the major causes of the disease, the risk factors and the various treatment options. It will also review current awareness issues and analyze areas for improvement in the...
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Public Awareness, Response and Recovery
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...Public Awareness, Security, Safety, and Response/Recovery Affiliation: What appears to be the best plan for creating an environment of situational awareness for the public? Situational awareness is the knowledge and understanding of the situations happening around and how one can predict the changes that will happen with time according to the dynamics of the environment. The best plan of action for creating situational awareness is the use of Geographical Information System (GIS) Technology. It uses other technologies such as GPS as well as networking in order to provide information...
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Public Awareness and Human Diseases
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...Public Awareness and Human Diseases Diabetes mellitus (DM) comprises a group of common metabolic disorders that share the phenotype of hyperglycemia. Several distinct types of DM exist and are caused by a complex interaction of genetics, environmental factors, and life-style choices. Depending on the etiology of the DM, factors contributing to hyperglycemia may include reduced insulin secretion, decreased glucose utilization, and increased glucose production. The metabolic dysregulation associated with DM causes secondary pathophysiologic changes in multiple organ systems that impose a tremendous burden on the individual with diabetes and on the health care system. In the United States, DM... Awareness...
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How does photo Journalism impact the public awareness of humanity
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...Public Awareness of Humanity Photographshave always been a source of information, entertainment, communication and awareness. They have a clear message depicted through them and in photo journalism; their captions have strong implications and connotative public perception. Photographs, in journalistic domain and media field have been on the side-line of American's lives as a sort of visual undergrowth that is sometimes underestimated. Photography in journalism not only had an impact on how people observed the world, but on what knowledge they have about humanity. They are the pictures that reflect what is going on in society and Americans see on the front... ?Table of Contents Sur Photo Journalism and...
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The Awareness of Mental Health among the American Public
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...Awareness of Mental Health among the American Public And how it was influenced by the World Wars World Wars I and II left us not only with shattered homes and broken bones but also with a hope of a better future. A few years after the world wars the "baby boom" phenomenon happened. Now we are faced with a problem concerning the age of the previously mentioned generations: poor health of the veteran soldiers and rapidly aging baby boomers. Numerous studies have been made in order to describe the health of the veteran soldiers both during the war and after it. One particular study done by Costa (n. d. ) focused on the health records of the Union Army. The...
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Examining whether LEED 'succeeds' in terms of promoting environmental awareness to the public
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...awareness to the public  Introduction      The importance of sustainable development has gained considerable momentum in the last couple of decades. The main concern for sustainable development centers on the rampant destruction of the environment and the natural resources. The non-committal pursuit of economic growth by the countries and the immense poverty in many regions has caused extensive environmental degeneration. This has given rise to the need for immediate understanding and implementation of the sustainable development processes. The increase in the human needs and the simultaneous increase in the production capacities... ?Examining whether LEED 'succeeds' in terms of promoting environmental...
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In the surveys about administrative justice remedies, the response from the public showed that they had low awareness of these remedies. the reforming action which should be taken includes providing not only more information to the public about these reme
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...Public Awareness and Access to Administrative Justice Remedies Introduction Administrative justice remedy is a non judicial solution given by an administrative body such as board of directors or commission on a particular matter before it.Administrative matters always deal with individual rights and it has received little attention by scholars, administrative bodies and the general public whom are the subject to these administrative laws. Therefore, it holds vast violation of human right as to access of justice due to lack of knowledge on what pertains to its procedure and the final remedy to the parties (Banyara, S 2005)1. The few who use this channel have distrust in administrative bodies... ...
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Public Policy
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...public policy regarding crime and imprisonment. There are a few reasons for this. Though figures from various researches have shown that crime rate in the country is slightly diminishing through the years, the public perception is that crime rate is increasing (Gabel and Johnston, 1995, pp.272). This public sentiment has been consequential in government’s dependence on incarceration. Hence, in order to move ahead in enforcing the public policy of protecting the families of those incarcerated, a three-pronged strategy has to be adopted. The first step will be to create public awareness about the negative social effects of incarceration... The over-reliance on incarceration has become the focal point of...
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Human Trafficking Awareness for Schools
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...public awareness about the plight of human trafficking victims in the rural communities. Plans are underway to organize campaigns every year. I intend to raise two national campaigns to raise awareness on human trafficking in communities as well as in schools, as the US is increasingly becoming a transits point for human traffickers. As an activist, I believe that the only important component in addressing human trafficking in schools is my massive involvement in massive awareness campaigns in order to prevent the trafficking of women and girls from our townships and rural communities. The key strategies in my plan consist of: Workshops Trainings... ?Running head: Human trafficking for school...
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Public Health Report
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...awareness about malnutrition and hunger among children. Other than joining such events a person can host individual canned food programs and drives, volunteer or donate to OC food bank. I think creating public awareness and education on ways to reducing hunger among vulnerable communities is crucial for reducing food insecurity. We should not wait for people to have malnutrition or even die from hunger. Programs should be developed to educate the community on methods to reduce hunger. For people facing hunger, the food security programs can offer food to these people. As such, any person who donates to food... Orange County CAN Turn Around Its Shameful Childhood Hunger Statistics” s Similar to many other ...
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INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS (IPRs) AND AWARENESS ON DIGITAL PROTECTION IN DIGITAL LEARNING
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...Public Awareness of Digital Protection on Digital Learning Number Name and Number Name of Professor Date of Submission Number of Words: 3,005 Table of Contents I. Introduction ………………………………………………………………. 4 II. The Research Design Using the Three Approaches for the Focus of Enquiry ………………………………………………………..... 6 a. Quantitative Approach and Research Design ..………….... 6 a.1 Research Design for Quantitative Approach ……. 7 a.1.1 Statement of the Problem …………….. 7 a.1.2 Research Questions …………………… 7 a.1.3 Purpose of the Selected Research Design ………………………………….. 7 a.1.4 Types of Quantitative Research Design ………………………. 7 a.1.5... Significance of Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) and...
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Accountability in Public Sector
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...public awareness and participation in the sector. The NPM system has helped to improve the overall managerial and operational accountability of the public sector, thereby fulfilling the financial and political dimensions of accountability in the functioning of the public sector. The NPM acts as a more efficient and contemporary way of managing the public sector because it brings in the beneficial points of the private sector management in the management of the public sector thereby enhancing the structural, operational and financial performances of the public sector....
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Discussion 2: Public Policy and Social Change
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...public awareness and participation in public policy, unproduced an e-program that would provide electronic information and services to the public. Some of the information transmitted electronically to the public include acts and affairs of the government that relate to the welfare of the people such as education and health policies, information about public security and eminent threats that should be brought to the public’s attention, and issues affecting civil servants. Discussion Technology is the vehicle through which the process of governance and issues of public policy are transmitted to the public. Technology has enabled the manufacture... Introduction The US government, in an effort to promote...
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Phonemic Awareness
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...public in realizing the new discoveries that have been made in order to bring efficient reading skills. This can be achieved by providing courses that teach on effective reading skills. If possible, there should be a program in high school that educates parents on the new methods of teaching reading skills. Conclusion Phonemic awareness is very significant as it helps children to blend words in order to come up with a word that has meaning. Children are able to isolate the beginning sound and the last sound. Children with reading problems are not able to segment words to produce sounds. Children who are able to control phonemes... Task Introduction Since ancient times, there have been many changes...
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PUBLIC RELATIONS
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...Public relations campaign Imperial War Museum employs several strategies in relating to its actual and potential visitors. The strategies include online campaigns, television advertisements, advocacy through partnering with non governmental organizations, direct communication and awareness creation through education system. IWM web site offers information of upcoming events and urges people to join. Digital broadcasts through televisions and radios inform the public... ? Imperial War Museum (IWM) Imperial War Museum (IWM) Concept and context of IWM IWM is a global ity concerned with causes, impacts and consequences of modern conflicts in Britain and its colonial empire in commonwealth countries. It...
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US Public Health
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...public awareness about these preventable causes. The US public heath department should spread the awareness through events, media. Even they can arrange some events in school and college campuses to let the future generation know about the awful results of these human activities. Apart from all these the department must take some other measures to prevent and reduce the factors causing preventable deaths. The department should extend affordable and comprehensive health insurance to all the people. The insurance must ensured to cover all the possible health care including preventive care for the individuals (NRIOL.NET, 2007... US Public Health No doubt, in today’s competitive world more and more people...
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Public Utilities
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...public with a false security that prices may begin to drop as a result of the competition. However, because these industries remain as defined public utilities, they are protected under regulation laws-immune to the laws of competition. Making a complete change over the operations of public utilities to go from regulations to competition will both complicate and simplify various areas of the industries. Competition will allow for greater effectiveness and increased public awareness over the services; but this can only occur if the public utility is completely changed... Public Utilities December 22, 2005 Public Utilities - Part One When working to establish an appropriate rate structure, necessity...
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Retirement Awareness
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...public or private office. This age varies in different countries but normally it is between 60-70 years. In US the normal retirement age is 65 years. Retirement may reach early after rendering about 20 years of service and becoming eligible for pension benefits. Many factors play a major role in early retirement such as illness, economic soundness or private occupation. Many factors play their role in making early retirement decision. Greater wealth is obviously one of the factors. Other most important one is the health of the person. Early health problems often result in an early exodus from the professional arena. I... An Interview Retirement is an age when a person stops working in...
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Smoking in Public
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...public awareness, industry contenders may in any case market cigarettes, however just under the spotlight of government investigation... Smoking in Public To begin with, the issue of smoking in public places is a controversial problem. Numerous nations today have laws that restrict smoking in places of public use in light of the fact that it influences nonsmokers as well. Smoke from the cigarettes affects their wellbeing without wanting to and could bring about various health problems. Used smoke is a blend of gasses and fine particles that incorporates smoke from a blazing item, for example, cigarettes, cigars or hookah, or smoke that has been breathed out from a smoking person (National Research...
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Public health international perceptives
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...awareness among the citizens. Any approach take the government to promote population health must appreciate the inputs of the community and their participation in the entire process. Groups like the Vancouver coastal health should be given enough powers to formulate government policies on public health improvement and promotion (Jones, 2001). Population health is an integral element of public health since a healthy population translates into a healthy public; as a result, there is need for the country to initiate population health promotion programs if they intend to improve their population health. Vancouver coastal health report (2006) stated that investing in population... ? Public Health...
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Describe some ways how the public has responded to the October 2001 USA Patriot Act. Has the publics response been positive or negative What are some pros and cons of the USA Patriot Act with the American public Explain your answer
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...Public Response to US Patriot Act of 2001 The public remained divided over the Patriot Act. Even though there has been widespread debate over the Patriot Act over the years, the fact is based on the premise that the public has both been positive as well as negative about this act ever since it came into its own in the year 2001. By 2011, there was less public awareness regarding the Patriot Act as compared to how it was shaped up in 2006 or even in 2004. As far as the pros and cons of the Patriot Act are concerned, this act removed the barriers that the law enforcement authorities faced when they had to set up a surveillance on a terrorist they thought was a suspect in a quick fashion... ID Lecturer...
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Self awareness
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...Awareness Assignment Step one Self esteem is the overall reflection of a person’s emotional worth. I will improve my self esteem by dressing well in public for the next two years before completing my education. This is the importance I attach to dressing. I will double my expenditure in clothing to the tunes of at least three times the initial amount after every three months to achieve self esteem. This is the most essential opportunities applicable to my scenario despite the other avenues being in place. Other opportunities include associating with popular members of the society. Dressing codes have been used to denote not only culture, but ascribed status as well. Therefore, dressing... . In...
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Ethics in Public Administration
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...public administration. Basically, the City Manager should create public awareness through media both print and electronic. Moreover, there should be forums on how best the public officers should serve the public, as well as, the rights of the public in service... Ethics in Public Administration Ethics in Public Administration Ethics is a diverse field that deals with the values of human beings in relation to right or wrong pertaining to specific actions that might be of good or bad motives. Additionally, Ethics is meant to solve disputes that are related to moral behaviors (Geuras & Garofalo, 2010). As such, ethics in public administration denote that there must be adherence to ethic laws from...
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Public Service Announcement
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...Public Service Announcement PSA for the husband of women with breast cancer and breastcancer survivors 1. Define the communication problem. The public service announcement will give an insight on what happens during and after breast cancer treatment. It will focus on topics like treatment methods, follow-up care, lymphedema, quality of life, emotional aspects of breast cancer, pregnancy after breast cancer, and lifestyle changes which should be considered after treatment. 2. Define the target audience. The target audience will be husband of women with breast cancer and breast cancer survivors. 3. Define objective. The public service announcement is geared to raising public... ...
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ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS
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...aware and therefore be in line with the expectations of the global shareholders.Philanthrophic responsibility which calls for one to be a good citizen and therefore fulfill the desires of the global shareholders (White, 2007). The iron law of social responsibility has several implications on operations of multinational companies especially because they operate on new environments away from their host countries. One of the major implications is the need for businesses to understand the differences that exist in different countries. For example in some countries social responsibility is emphasized on public welfare... ? Environmental Awareness REPORT Introduction and literature review Generally, the...
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Getting Corporations off the Public Dole
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...public is not aware of this problem. Only the people who are working and are earning realize that so much taxes are being deducted from their salary and only a portion of that is going into their own welfare. The rest is being distributed in the corporate world only to be gobbled up for the corporation's profits. [3] The ideology of most US citizens is that the state is providing them the best from all the available resources. This ideology doesn't help in creating a need for the people to search... Getting Corporations off the Public Dole Q1 The article gives an example of an objective determination of a social problem. The text describes an objective reality of a social problem as 'societal conditions...
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Public Meeting Paper
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...public awareness needs to be done to allow many residents of Alhambra come out in large numbers to air their opinions, listen to recommendations and also get to interact with the authority. The meeting was only announced on the city hall notice board. Some copies need to be posted in the village or advertised electronically on the phoenix city council website. This will ensure many people get the information. Considering the number of the members who turned out for the meeting, it was low compared to the population of the village. Probably many people did not turnout for the meeting because of the location of the venue of the meeting or the timing....
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Public Education Campaign on Water Conservation
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...Awareness Campaign Education and public information have been cited as critical priorities in water conservation. There is the need to promote a participatory approach which would involve the relevant stakeholders including service providers, water users, non-governmental organizations and governmental agencies. Increased awareness of water issues has been found to be critical in effectively implementing water conservation activities, including campaigns. Campaigns in particular could be carried out in various ways. Schaap and Steenbergen (2002) observe that the campaigns could be conducted through schools, corporate organizations, local governments or nationally. Planning the Campaign... ? Public...
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Public Education Campaign on Water Conservation
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...Awareness Campaign Education and public information have been cited as critical priorities in water conservation. There is the need to promote a participatory approach which would involve the relevant stakeholders including service providers, water users, non-governmental organizations and governmental agencies. Increased awareness of water issues has been found to be critical in effectively implementing water conservation activities, including campaigns. Campaigns in particular could be carried out in various ways. Schaap and Steenbergen (2002) observe that the campaigns could be conducted through schools, corporate organizations, local governments or nationally. Planning... Public Education Campaign ...
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Information Security Awareness Construct
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...awareness: organizational, general-public, sociopolitical, computer-ethical, and institutional-education. Each dimension and associated interest group answers the respective why and where questions. Siponen (2001) suggested a technology answer that offers prototype, computer-based training to simulate "what if" threat-context scenarios. If the concept matures, this technology suggests how the training could commence. The "with whom" and "to what extent" training questions remain. User-level ISA measurement, through a detailed threat-context view, could provide answers to both remaining questions... Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 2 Information Security...
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Public relations
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...Public Relations Contents History and development of Public Relations 3 History and development of NGOs 7 B. Impact of PR and NGOs on the society 10Chapter Two- The relationship between the media and public relations 16 A. Print media (newspaper, magazine) 18 B. PR stunt 19 C. Online competition 21 D. Social media 24 Chapter Three- Using public relations as a tool to educate the public 25 A. The benefits of public relations in raising awareness 25 B. Using effective public relations tools in campaign (Because I am Girl) 26 C. Public relations the way forward for charity campaign advocates 28 Conclusion 28 Reference 32 Chapter One A. History of PR and NGOs and their development History... . As...
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The Effect of Lobbying on Public Opinion
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...public reaction (OECD, 2009, p. 160). The public process – lobbyists are required to meet legislators for several times. In some cases, lobbying brings about good results as it raises public awareness of certain issues. A good example are recent laws regarding the prevalence and dangers of school bullying which had not been noticed before until some students committed suicides due to bullying. In this instance, the parents... ? The Effect of Lobbying on Public Opinion (Administrative Law) of School Introduction Public opinion counts a lot these days, especially with the rapid spread of information by the use of social networking sites via the Internet. We had seen how governments are toppled by their...
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Public Relations Strategy Paper
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...public awareness such as door to door fundraising events could constitute to abuse of privacy. If the trademark used during the PR strategy is not well registered, it may stand the risk... Building Publi for Fairfax County Public Schools In the endeavor to build publi for Fairfax County Public School, our communication strategy needs to be turned to our best tool to effective public relation campaign. This campaign has to be supported with the proper strategic plan to carry out valuable ideas into measurable tactics and performances. In that respect, Fairfax's main PR objective in addressing communications strategies is to communicate positively with its publics, i.e. employees, students as well as...
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Elderly Abuse Awareness
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...Awareness Day, n.p. Retrieved on December 2, 2011 from http://www.aoa.gov/AoARoot/AoA_Programs/Elder_Rights/EA_Prevention/weaad.aspx. Hofman, A.M. & Summers R.W. (2006). Elder Abuse: Definition and Scope of the Problem. Elder Abuse: A Public Health Perspective (1st ed.). (p.1-5). Maryland: United Book Press. National Center on Elder Abuse. (2011, June-July). Highlights of the 6th Annual World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. E-news, 13 (3-4), 1-26.... Elderly Abuse Awareness Abstract The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit: (1) to discuss the status of elderly today; and (2) to identify and explain the different health care issues regarding elderly abuse using...
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Smoking in public places should be banned
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...public from this health hazard. The degree of risk from second hand smoke is not a new fad based on popular opinion. The dangers of second hand smoke have been verified for over a decade as workplaces have steadily become the first line of defence against second hand smoke. Employer awareness has placed increased pressure on banning smoking in the workplace. Passive smoke in the workplace increases the risk of developing cancer and it is incumbent upon employers to minimise exposure to second hand smoke. It has become imperative that employers evaluate the conditions that may result in worker exposure to passive smoke and take steps to minimise exposures...
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Public Relations Campaigns
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...awareness is essential to help in allocating resources for the campaign. The public relations campaign aimed at delivering some key messages to the public, sponsors athletes, and the world at large. One key message was to inspire the Olympic sponsors’ generation into conducting more strategic campaigns. In cognizance of the more than 50 sponsors, the campaigns aimed at establishing a clear overlap between the brand values and the event values. It is also important to retain the universal brand of the Olympics as a demonstration of fairness, excellence, and courage besides emerging as champions in relevant fields (Gregory, 2010). The outline strategies... Public Relations Campaigns: Olympic Games...
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Awareness or anorexia
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...awareness of this complication as being a serious mental disorder that needs individuals who suffer from it to be given the necessary support. The awareness will increase the interest of the public and this might attract the necessary support. Raising the awareness is also important since those people who have the complication and have not realized will know that they have it and take a step of seeking medical advice. Miller says, “The government... Instruction: Task: Anorexia Anorexia is a disorder of eating whereby an individual is characterized by abnormal little body weight, higher fear of gaining weight and changed opinion on body weight. Individuals with this disorder tend to use all the means...
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Public Relations Campaigns
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...public relations campaign about the logo received equal opposition from the charity Epilepsy Action. This was due to the sparkling colors animation that apparently triggers epileptic seizures (Stoldt, Dittmore, & Branvold, 2012). Specific Objectives The choice of tactics and strategies for the public relations campaign is based on the goals and objectives of the exercise. A survey on pre campaign awareness is essential to help in allocating resources for the campaign... Public Relations Campaigns: Olympic Games Executive summary Public relations campaign revolves around managing information flow between an organization or an individual and the public. The process exposes an organization or individual’s ...
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Breast Cancer Awareness
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...Awareness This paper serves as an evidence-based health teaching guide designed for three adult women with different demographic, cultural and socio-economic backgrounds, where they share the same risk of developing breast cancer. Hence, the selected topic for the health teaching is breast cancer awareness. This will summarize available information on the recent health promotion strategies in breast cancer prevention and management and the special considerations for each individual client in the group. Under the scope of health promotion and disease prevention, breast cancer awareness is under the first level of prevention geared... ?Evidenced-Based Health Promotion: Health Teaching in Breast Cancer...
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Emotional Abuse Awareness
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...awareness on emotional abuse. Understanding Emotional Abuse Archives of Disease in Childhood Emotional abuse has inadequate political and public profile of sexual... Emotional Abuse Awareness Hypothesis: Emotional abuse is almost equally as common in both male and female college Thepurpose of this research study is to examine how often emotional abuse occurs amongst college students and to bring awareness to the community. It will help to shoe the similarity between the percentage of females and males who have gone through emotional abuse. Most American’s, at some point in their lives, have experienced some form of emotional abuse either intentional or not. Emotional abuse can be defined as any act...
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Discuss two different public policy case studies
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...public policies are further subcategorized into the ones that are on the public policy agenda and those that are not. Those issues that are on the public agenda are important/urgent and are given priority while those not on the public policy agenda call for the parties concerned to organize public drives, supply significant information, and adequately inform the public and stakeholders with the aim of raising public awareness before the issue can be finally put... ?Introduction Public policy management has emerged as an important tool in governance, changing the role of government steadily, with increasing emphasis being laid on the overall manner through policy and planning, and engaging the nation’s...
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US Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
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...Public Opinion and Foreign Policy Under Discussion: Does the US public opinion facilitate or constrain US foreign policy-makers Illustrate your answer with reference to at least one country. Table of Contents Introduction....p. 2 Chapter One: The Theoretical Framework.p. 3 Chapter Two: Facilitating Foreign Policy 2.1 A Separation of Powersp. 5 2.2 Going Public and the Media Boom.p. 6 2.3 The American Divide...p. 9 Chapter Three: Constraining Foreign Policy 3.1 Elites and Polling..p. 10 3.2 Public Awareness......p. 12 3.3 Media on the Other Side...p. 13 Chapter Four: The War in Iraqp. 14 Conclusions...p. 16 References.....p. 18 Introduction Intricately tied to all forms... means to...
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Role of Public Health Practitioners
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...public health medicine in developing criteria for collecting and analysing information that will help local public programs adopt the right medicine procedures and use. She develops and interprets rules, procedures and policies that are related to health medicines and services in regard to public health programs. She is also in charge of developing educational material, reports and any other type of information or documents to enhance public awareness on medical issues. Furthermore, she is in charge of designing and implementing health education and training sessions for state and local health workers and agencies. As the manager, she oversees... ? Role of Public Health Practitioners in the UK...
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Breast cancer Awareness
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...Public Health- Epidemiology Specialization University ID Most women with signs indicative of a breast cancer diagnosis holdup presentation to their family doctor. Regardless of widespread measures to encourage an early/ timely detection of breast cancer, estimations reveal that 20 to 30 percent of women hang around for a period of 3 months prior to seeking help from an allied health professional (AHP), for the symptoms of breast cancer (Heisey et al., 2011). Studies further... ?Breast Cancer Referrals In The Allied Health Professional (AHP) Field Improving Breast Cancer Referral Process with Allied Health Professionals: A Randomized Controlled Trial Name: College of Health Sciences: PhD Program in Public ...
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Public Relations effectiveness and application
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...public as it is considered more important than the advertisement itself. This involves defining objectives for creating public awareness, building good will with the public, creating good corporate image, and identifying and eliminating those issues that may portray your organization in a negative way. In this regard, Spook chose BBC to promote its product through televised means to reach many audiences across he UK. For effectiveness, the BBC plans and allocates the 9 pm time as the best time for viewing the play. The time duration for each series is effectively planned; where each series was allocated 50 minutes and the series was to be shown every Monday. This kind of planning... ? Public Relations...
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Public health: Obesity
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...public health problem and introduced certain regulations relating to “food products” by banning some food from schools as well as organizing “public awareness campaigns” (The Obesity Epidemic, 2010). Obesity is a health problem that occurs due to the physiological conditions of people and the life styles they follow. In the modern day, the standard of living has become quite high and people enjoy a lot of comforts, which reduces their physical activity. Besides, the eating styles also have changed considerably which further aggravates the problem. Thus, obesity is likely to affect... ?Public Health: Obesity This paper seeks to define and identify obesity as a major public health problem in the UK as it...
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Cross cultural awareness
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...Awareness Due Table of Contents Introduction…………………………………………………..42. Cultural Stereotypes………………………………………….5 2.1 Reasons behind stereotypes…………………………………..6 2.2 Problems with stereotyping…………………………………..7 2.3 Overcoming stereotypes……………………………………….8 3. Cultural assumptions 9 3.1 Assumptions regarding language 9 3.2 Assumptions regarding Space 10 3.3 Assumptions regarding time 10 4. Cultural Profiles of USA and Dubai 11 6. Strategic Models and Views in the Cultural Context 18 7. Process Strategies 21 The report demonstrates the need and the benefits of cross cultural awareness for Snack Fit subsidiary to function successfully in the culture of Dubai... Snack Fit: Report to the CEO By SID: Cross Cultural...
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Drug Awareness campaign
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...Public relation campaigning is focused to improve the relationship with the public. Organizations use camping method to introduce a new product in the market or give awareness about their products to the public. An effective public relations campaign should have an obvious... Introduction: Use and addiction to illicit substances are on the rise in the UK. There have been programmes and initiatives, along with tough statutes to combat this menace over the years. The programmes and initiatives are mainly in the form of PR activities and advertising in the media. This paper is an attempt to review the UK government's award winning 'Talk to Frank' programme with regard to specific audience interpretation of...
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Public Health Issue
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...Public Health Issue Overview of the Health Problem Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) have received increased awareness from the public especially those injuries resulting from the participation in recreation and sports activities. The increased public awareness has made the federal and the state governments to implement or consider laws that direct the response to alleged brain injury (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC], 2011). Concussion is a form of TBI and CDC (2010) states that it is caused by a blow, jolt, or a bump to the head. It can also occur from a blow to the body or from a fall,...
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Current Status of Security Awareness
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...awareness: organizational, general-public, sociopolitical, computer-ethical, and institutional-education. Each dimension and associated interest group answers the respective why and where questions. Siponen (2001) suggested a technology answer that offers prototype, computer-based training to simulate “what if” threat-context scenarios. If the concept matures, this technology suggests how the training could commence. The “with whom” and “to what extent” training questions remain. User-level ISA measurement, through a detailed threat-context view, could provide answers to both remaining questions... Table of Contents Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 2 Information Security...
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