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...RESEARCH due: Question Meaning of Research Nursing research may take different forms determined by the perspective of those carrying out the research. The research is an organized and diligent process of enquiry whose objective is to describe phenomena and to unfold explanatory theories and concepts. Fundamentally it targets to provide to a scientific body of understanding (Moule & Goodman 2009: 5). Research results are not solutions to problems but give new understanding of the phenomena or reject, add or confirm what is known. It is very necessary for decisions to be made on whether to adopt the research and how or not (Parahoo 2014:11). A research is the inductive and deductive technique... ...
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...Research The paper discusses a research programme carried out on behalf o a client, for analyzing the market of a nutritious corn flake product targeted for the student population in the UK. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 Introduction.....................................................4 2 Research Objectives.......................................4 3 Terms of Reference.........................................5 4 Approach..........................................................6 5 Issues for Inclusion in the Research.............8 6 Methodology....................................................9 7 Analysis...........................................................10 8 References... ? Marketing Practitioners...
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...Research Sources Introduction In order to investigate a hidden aspect of a real life situation, there is a need of some intensive and in-depth research. The prime motive of any research work is to retrieve authentic and applicable results of the research work. With respect to this, the success of the work in the research depends heavily on the quality of information and data collected from various sources because only on the basis of timely and relevant information, a feasible and fruitful data analysis can be taken into account for retrieving the most applicable solution of the research problem. In this respect, it is quite essential to reassess all the data collection sources... ? Critical Analysis of...
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...Research What are the challenges of ensuring the scientific rigor in qualitative research? What are some techniques used by researchers to ensure scientific rigor in qualitative research? Qualitative research entails an analysis of facts that are impossible or complex to analyze by employing quantitative methods. The emphasis of this research is to examine the behavior of persons in their natural environment (Munhall, 2012). Challenges of enhancing rigor in qualitative research are evident in research methods. Most qualitative methods present negative...
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...Research Summary of the Article The article d “Nursing staff members’ intentions to use physical restraints with older people: testing the theory of reasoned action”, written by Perla Werner and Gady Mendelsson aimed at studying and assessing the attitudes deciphered by nursing practitioners when using physical restraints on elderly patients. Focusing on this issue, the study elaborated on subjective norms, intentions as well as moral obligations of the nursing professionals as influencing factors influencing the practice of physical restraint on elderly patients. Applying the theory of reasoned action, the researchers considered using a correlational...
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...research questions. Moreover, the chosen method increased knowledge and understanding of the phenomena. The research used clinical, theoretical and policy findings as significant factors in the therapy of the disease. Clinical treatment incorporated exercises, to lessen the pain and rise fitness, as well as well-being of a patient (Petursdottir, Arnadottir & Halldorsdottir, 2010, p.3). Besides, theoretical aspects entailed the development of a conceptual model, which indicated many external and internal factors as having significant impacts on the exercise behavior among people with osteoarthritis. Policy in the curing of the disease included... Physical Therapy Introduction Therapy of Osteoarthritis...
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...research question that seeks to establish the link and impact of wealth inequality on health status of UK citizens. Ideally, there have been numerous empirical studies leading to fundamental arguments and debates on the link and impact of wealth inequality on health status in UK. Notably, the Spirit Level presented factual evidence... Wealth and Health Inequalities This paper analyses a semi-structured qualitative interview on wealth and health inequalities. Indeed, the United Kingdom has been witnessing rapid growth in wealth inequality since the 1980s to this date. Although the growth rate has been reducing, income inequality is still a significant sociological issue in UK.1This paper delves on the...
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...research study on the amount of services provided to tackle HIV/AIDS spread and infection on the African migrant males University Date Introduction HIV and aids have been an international epidemic that is fueled by the act transnational travel. It has been however noted that the conditions faced by the immigrants, especially African expose them to being targets of HIV and aids infections. Another challenge faced by the African migrants who are already infected with HIV and aids is the little of medical care and services access. There has been minimal efforts to try and engage the immigrant men, especially African, in trying to solve the spread of HIV AIDS. It is however imperative... An analysis of a...
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...Research Processes Research can be considered as a ‘scaffold learning’ approach where are given an opportunity to apply theoretical ideas learned in classroom in real world problems. Researches apply different methods to collect and analyze data into information. The term methodology usually causes confusion to most students. Even the most seasoned researchers, find it difficult to understand its implications. This makes the term to be applied in more than one ways of which, some are contradicting. Due to the complexity of research, four elements define a credible research. However, at the proposal stage of any research the researcher needs to consider the following questions. Firstly... 24 June...
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...Research Question Research is the best way to build knowledge. Fundamentally, research equips the nurses with evidence-based knowledge to deliver quality care to the changing consumer demands (Nieswiadomy, 2012). Accountability, as well as, the quest for professional status has contributed significantly to the acknowledgement that nursing requires being knowledge-centered. Evidence-based knowledge that is attributable to continuous research enables the nurses to make clinical decisions and judgment while planning care with the patients (Stevens, 2013). It is imperative the nurses to judge the worth of the...
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...Research Proposal on Evidence-based Nursing Practice Introduction Evidence based nursing is a new approach in medicalprofession. It is an approach whereby evidence obtained from clinical research is to be promoted over unsystematic nursing experience, intuition, and path physiology. Although definitions and descriptions of the term may change and be diluted over a time, the basic understanding remains simple; it is the practice whereby information that is relevant and valid is used to arrive at decisions related to nursing profession, practice which is evidence-based has gained much momentum with definitions varying widely. Research...
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...RESEARCH STUDY Quantitative Study Study Citation: Konnopka, A., Bödemann, M., & König, H. (2011). Health burden and costs of obesity and overweight in germany. The European Journal of Health Economics : HEPAC, 12(4), 345-52. Research problem: the lack of very comprehensive studies explaining the links between the social effects and costs of deaths from obesity and related complications as well as overweight as well as related complications informed the conduction of the study. There existed the gap in literature in the subject hence the need to conduct such a study in efforts towards bridging the gap and contributing to the related pool of knowledge already in literature... QUALITATIVE AND QUANTITATIVE...
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...Research Related to Method of Education or Education in General The role of teachers in education cannot be overlookedbecause they play a fundamental role in defining the future of academic institutions. Different teaching methods have been deployed at Mussoorie International School to impact knowledge on the future generation. One of such methods that have proved effective is the Teacher-Centered Learning Approach. According to this model, learners are perceived as empty vessels who are only passively involved in the learning processes (Gatto 34). Therefore, the teachers are serving as the centre of information with the students being just but the recipients. Further, the model stipulates... ...
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...RESEARCH Article: Cite the article here in APA format: Brothen, T., & Wambach, C. (February 01, 2004). The Value of Time Limits on Internet Quizzes. Teaching of Psychology, 31, 1, 62-64. INTRODUCTION The research question: What did the researcher(s) seek to answer? Brother and Wambach tried to figure out whether time limit assigned while conducting quizzes will enhance student performance or not (Brothen, 2011). The researchers wanted to figure out the effect on performance in quizzes of assigning time limits on quiz. METHOD In terms of the study: Who participated? What did the researcher(s) ask the participants do? What research method did they use? (Survey, Correlational... Zoom ZOOMING IN ON THE...
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...Research Topic: Research Study on Crime Rate in the United s of America Research Question: What are the factors that influence crime rate in the USA? Follow-up Questions 1. What is your understanding on crime in America? 2. Can you describe the government agencies responsible for combating crime? 3. Explain the issues which influence criminal activities. 4. What measures do you think should be put in place to minimize crime incidences? 5. How can the US government control factors which increase the crime rate? Introduction Scientific research is the process of analyzing data using statistical methods which are standardized, in order to determine validity... of the empirical...
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...Research Politics dominates interactions and initiatives at different levels in an organization. As a result, every activity, or process inan organization portray it. Action research, with its core aim of initiating change is therefore bound to raise different opinions, a matter that calls for influential attributes. In this paper, I seek to offer a summary of chapter ten, ‘Managing organizational politics and ethics,’ of Brannick and Coghlan’s book, ‘Doing action research in your own organization.’ Action research, according to the authors, involves political initiatives from different perspectives. Activities such as...
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...research. They all have several articles that cover a variety of topics. Different publisher has published the journals so in my selection I was not publisher bias. Moreover, they have different editor, which compares with their varying content. Most of these journals have nursing professions as their target audience. However, there are those whose target audience is the medical profession in general. As clearly understood, nursing... ?My Favorite Journals Insert Insert Insert Discussion of My Favourite Journals I can various journals as myfavorite among the nursing profession journals. I consider the journals my favorite based on my analysis and evaluation of those journals. I found out that they...
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...Research topic: Eating Habits and Lifestyle. The business research question is whether consumers are satisfied with the products they use? (In this case scenario, the market research study would be structured to measure satisfaction or dissatisfaction in the product). For this research case of study, the researcher will use qualitative research methods such as interviews and focus groups. As a result, what is the importance in using focus groups and interviews in analysing the impact of eating the right kind of foods (practicing good eating habits) for good health and avoiding lifestyle...
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...Research Introduction Ballston Metro station lies in approximately 260 acres of land. I have found out that the Ballston Metro station is located on the Metrorail Orange line near Rosslyn-Ballston corridor. Ballston existed before as a retail center since the construction of Parkington Shopping Center. The research findings have concluded that Ballston sector plan of 1980’s sought to create a ‘new downtown’ in Arlington. From observation, I have noticed that the development of the area sought to have a mix of offices, residential areas and commercial buildings. I could notice single-detached homes especially in the southwestern parts of the town (Howard,...
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...research article review worksheet Introduction Nursing research is a research which provides evidenceused in supporting nursing practices (Polit & Beck, 2004). Nursing education puts substantial emphasis on the use of evidence from various researches. This is for the purpose of rationalizing nursing interventions. The main objective of nursing research is to report any empirical finding from the highest quality basic as well as clinical research focused on understanding illness experience and health (Polit & Beck, 2004). It welcomes integrative reviews of recent development in basic translational research and biological sciences relevant to emerging issues of nursing science. With regards... Nursing...
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...research article delves into the evolution of primary hemostasis in early vertebrates. To this end, the authors define hemostasis as a defensive system that protects an organism by stopping bleeding when an injury occurs. Evidently, the researchers discovered that the main hemostatic factors in mammals were present in the early vertebrates. Moreover, they acknowledged that the exposure of the vascularised and high blood pressure gills of fish to the environment made them susceptible to injury and fatality. Thus, the researchers formulated a hypothesis to the effect that trypsin or ferments similar to proteases in the epithelial gill... Annotated Bibliography: Evolution Pickrell, J. “Introduction:...
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...research study the aspect of data collection is very paramount because in any case of inaccurate data collection, this will cause great impact on the overall study leading to automatic invalid result. Therefore, Focus groups shall be used to obtain the qualitative data that is required where by sessions of the focus groups who will be GAD patients recorded, only the investigator shall be permitted access to any type or form of identifying data. The Questionnaires shall also be used to collect data on suggestions and on features that would make for an effective framework. Additionally, other quantitative... Meditation and Generalized Anxiety Disorder affiliation Data Collection Method 2 pages) For this...
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...Research 6) The questionnaire that has been analyzed was mainly drafted for the purpose of conducting survey, which involved customers of an international food chain retailer operating in London. The survey was done in order to collect feedback from customers regarding whether or not attributes of products and services provided by the food chain matched with the advertisement message conveyed while promoting products and services. The questionnaire was by and large well constructed. However, it had fair share of good as well as bad attributes. Talking about the areas that could have been improved was length of the survey. The questionnaire was too long... Marketing of the of the Number Section Marketing...
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...Research Research Part In as much as oral health influences systemic health, research has not been conducted on oral health during intubation period amongst critically ill neuroscience patients determine the effect of oral health care on intracranial pressure amongst the critically ill patients in neuroscience intensive care unit (Prendergast, Hallberg, Jahnke, Kleiman & Hagell, 2009). As a result, a research was conducted to explain the changes in oral healthcare and application of ventilator-associated pneumonia throughout intubation among neuroscience patients in intensive care unit. The study also evaluated the effects...
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...research within communities. The Capital Programme constitutes an overreaching structural criterion with various terms of operation. Among them, putting under consideration methods of analysis alternatives required in the capital programme as well as evaluating the entire programme and the personal levels that need evaluation. Devising ways of measuring the benefits for every programme under the project and finally, making... recommendations and developing measurement schemes to apply throughout the programme involving the entire process of inculcating summative and formative evaluation with the approval of the executive of the programme. This paper is useful to any person taking part in...
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...Research Table of Contents Part I: Research 3 Step 2 3 Religious Discrimination in the Workplace 3 Step 3 5 Webb v. of Philadelphia on Westlaw Case 5 Step 4 8 Third Circuit Case of EEOC v. Geo Group Inc. 8 Step 5 10 Article from 2011 in the UMKC Law Review 10 Part II: Essay 12 Works Cited 14 Part I: Research Step 2 Religious Discrimination in the Workplace Q 1. Is wearing a headscarf or other religious clothing a religious observance for purposes of Title VII (42 U.S.C. §2000e-2)? Answer: According to the fundamental framework of Title VII, it has been observed that it defends the various factors related to the religious considerations including beliefs and practices within the working place...
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...Research Case management does not have a shared language or a common and generally accepted definition in both social care and the NHS, which is a source of some confusion when developing the workforce or while trying to organize a service. The case manager will most probably be a social worker, an allied health professional or a qualified nurse. Their work includes working with people who suffer a complex single condition and still have intensive care needs, and therefore, their care requires coordination. The case manager works as an integral part of a well-integrated team operating in coordination with the individuals and their care providers in order to come up with a personalized plan... Management...
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...researcher must be keenly aware of the fact that a correlated trend between two or more groups is not significant enough to assume that a similar causation is responsible for their occurrence. Many scholars point to the fact that as drugs are tested on humans or animals, scholars oftentimes take note of unique similarities between the test groups. Oftentimes, a preliminary representation of these findings lends one to believe that joint causation must be exhibited. However, such an assumption is more often than... Perhaps one of the most common logical fallacies that is exhibited is with regards to the inherent belief that correlation is somehow linked to causality. Merely because two distinct sets of...
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...Research Research into many information technology applications is spearheading the growth of information technologyin various parts of the world. It is vital to understand what most of these applications mean to a great many IT systems. The current and future state of the communications industry depends solely on these applications. It is, therefore, particularly vital to have the groups and people involved address some of the constraints that face this field. They may have the field’s scalability, efficiency and flexibility improved so as to facilitate better functioning of all the operations in place. The advancement in technology can promote or...
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...research study surveyed a group of individuals to establish a co-relation between two variables – health value and health locus of control (HLOC). The results and findings established that higher HLOC scores indicated high internal locus of control and that high health value strongly correlated with evidence of high internal LOC. The introduction to the research study explores the significance attached to these two variables and the theoretical considerations that have helped in understanding the role played by HLOC in improving clinical practices. Introduction Individual beliefs and perceptions have a significant influence on their health... The affect of Health Value on Health Locus of Control The...
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...research studies investigating why young employees employed in tech firms such as Google are very disloyal despite the lucrative perquisites offered by these companies. For example, among the perquisites offered by Google to its employees include free gourmet meals, paid maternity leave for five months among others. Competition For a long time, Google has and continues to dominate the search engines niche, which the company has capitalized on immensely. As an advertising... SWOT analysis: Google Areas of Strength: Identify a minimum of 5 areas where this company excels, based on the criteria from the textbook. Organization structure- Simple, flexible structure: confidential information is shared betw...
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...researches. Works cited Rudin, Alfred and Choi, Phillip. The Elements of Polymer Science and Engineering San Diego, CA: Academic Press, 2013, Print. Babu, Ramesh P., OConnor, Kevin and Seeram, Ramakrishna. “Current progress on bio-based polymers and their future trends.” Progress in Biomaterials, 2.8 (2013). 1-16. Print. Sample, Ian. “Five wonder materials that could change the world.” The Guardian 15 Apr. 2014. Web. 8 July 2014. http://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/apr/15/five-wonder-materials-graphene-shrilk-spider-silk-stanene-could-change-world Works cited Babu, Ramesh P., OConnor, Kevin and Seeram, Ramakrishna. “Current progress on bio-based polymers and their future... Biopolymers and their...
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...Research Nursing Research Problem: Many hospitals today do not have enough staff to care for patients. Solution: Setting a staffing standard to current clinical guidelines for patient care. Introduction  Research-based approaches are used in many medical settings to tackle different types of problems. They can be used to bridge the gap between established clinical practice and healthcare research. Research based approaches can also stimulate teamwork as well as self directed learning; thus creating more efficient treatment processes. In many nations, medical organizations such as hospitals have to deal with considerable challenges such as staffing shortages, improving the quality of patient... Nursing...
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...Research Research The paper presents a literature review on two articles. The articles include Health behaviors and healthstatus of at-risk Latino students with diabetes by Hurtado-Ortiz, Santos, & Reynosa (2011) and Effects of workplace incivility and empowerment on newly graduated nurses organizational commitment by Smith, Andrusyszyn, & Laschinger (2010). In achieving this, I will review the literature on two articles, answer the listed questions, and provide a summary for each question comparing the literature reviews in the two articles. Notably, the literature review in the article, Health behaviors and health status of at-risk Latino students with...
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...RESEARCH EXERCISE SHOWING SEARCH STRATEGY The research exercise was to arrive at the strategy of the search process to identify and locate thedesired research articles in support of the research process proposed. The search was undertaken on the different type of online databases like exclusive medical databases that contained articles related to medical subjects alone and general research databases like science direct which have a comprehensive coverage of different type of research articles from different type of journals from medical science to psycho-sociological aspects of the medical system. As the topic proposed is "What is the effect of smoking for thirty years on the risk... of...
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...researchers define the population, units of the population, and select a sample of units from where they choose the sample... Sampling Critique al Affiliation) Sampling Criteria The paper criticizes the sampling criteria used in the study, “Impact of organisational characteristics on turnover intention among care workers in nursing homes in Korea: a structural equation model” conducted by Jong Goon Ha et al. in 2014. The study seeks to analyze the impact of organisational characteristics in nursing practice (Ha et al., 2014, p. 425). Apparently, the study adopts a simple random sampling method in establishing the study sample. Indeed, the sampling method in this study is a controlled process where the res...
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...research grants, conflict of interest and how to contact Abstract: This study concerns the effectiveness of technology in second language learning and the acquisition of vocabulary in an educational environment. It evaluates and compares the existing traditional means of teaching as well as the traditional technology such as Computer Aided Language Learning and Computer Assisted Vocabulary Acquisition and emerging technologies such as iPods, iBooks, hypermedia, mobile technology, social networking and the other devices that can be effectively deployed to enhance... The Effectiveness of Technology in the Acquisition of Second Language Vocabulary Affiliation with more information about affiliation,...
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...Research “Measures of Central Tendency and Variability”.(n.d).PDF file.(n.p.) retrieved from http://www.radford.edu/~jaspelme/201/Fall%202006/Measures-of-Central-Tendency-&-Variability-Overheads.pdf Wadsworth Cengage Learning.(2005).”Central Tendencies and Variables”.Statistics Workshop. Retrieved from http://www.wadsworth.com/psychology_d/templates/student_resources/workshops/stat_workshp/cent_tendcy/cent_tendcy_01.html... MEASURING CENTRAL TENDENCY and VARIABILITY James Webster Central Tendency and Variability is basically the collection and description of analyzed data. The summarizing of your data for others For instance , if your were to be opening a clothing business the...
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...Research Paper Introduction The reorganization of the American learning system is a highly contentious issue within social and political systems in the country. The main concern regards public and academic organizations. Issues rise on the current organization of levels in the education structure. The education system in America has been organized in decentralized levels based on the federal constitution. Education in U.S follows a system from early childhood, primary school, through to middle school and secondary school and finally the post secondary education (Christensen, Horn, & Johnson, p. 7). The post secondary education offers non... Ding Ding Miriam Brock English: 1108 online July20, English...
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...research paper is to support the argument that oral care in terms of timed tooth brushing in combination with VAP bundle can help prevent and mitigate the occurrence of VAP. This project specifically addresses timed oral care of medical ICU, neurologic and unconsciously ventilated patient on a twenty-four hour bed stroke. Several patients were formed into a control group that performed... HOW ORAL CARE HELPS PREVENT VENTILLATOR-ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA How oral care helps prevent ventilator-associated pneumonia Ventilator-associated pneumonia is a common health complication among seriously ill patient. This infection is caused by a pathogenic bacterium that grows in the dental plaque. VAP pneumonia develops...
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...research Health sciences and medicine research Cross-section method of research is mostly employed in psychology development. It is also used in various fields that include among others educational and social science. In this method, different sets of people of different interests are targeted in the research process (Gratton, 2004). However, these sets share some of their characteristics, for example, education background, ethnicity and socioeconomic status. The methodology involves collection of data from the study of the whole population, which has been carried out in particular point in a given time. This data is utilized to explore the existing correlation between... Health sciences and medicine...
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...research study on the amount of services provided to tackle HIV/AIDS spread and infection on the African migrant males University Date Introduction HIV and aids have been an international epidemic that is fueled by the act transnational travel. It has been however noted that the conditions faced by the immigrants, especially African expose them to being targets of HIV and aids infections. Another challenge faced by the African migrants who are already infected with HIV and aids is the little of medical care and services access. There has been minimal efforts to try and engage the immigrant men, especially African, in trying to solve the spread of HIV AIDS. It is however imperative... An analysis of a...
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...research, analysis and presentation of data related to corporate social responsibility. The said concerns are achieved through the gathering of researches that had been conducted by different academic groups and authors and comparing results and methods that had been applied. Through the said procedures the areas that are covered and studied can be generally viewed. In turn then, the main output of the research conducted is the presentation of the view on the said issue at a glance. The review of the published papers in CSR can be considered to present an access that can introduce the data in the said field of discipline. Research Design... Corporate Social Responsibility Introduction There are...
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...Research has been able to show that they systematic use of oral hygiene will reduce the incidence of VAP contraction for such patients by making sure that they are treated with antiseptics such as chlorhexidine. (Bartlett, 2010) Using a PICO format, one is able to look at what can be done to ensure that there is a reduction in VAP. PICO: Population: - patients who are under ventilation in the ICU Intervention: - the use of oral hygiene and care for those under ventilation care in the ICU Comparison: - the use of ventilation care in ICU without administration of oral hygiene. Outcome: - Reduction in VAP incidents... VENTILATOR ASSOCIATED PNEUMONIA Ventilator Associated Pneumonia Ventilator Associated...
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...research proposal, I will review previous data on the topic and develop the various problems encountered... Quality remains one of the most disturbing aspects of health care in high, middle and low income countries. As most of the governments focus on growth, the growth is unmatched with an equal quality watch rendering the services less helpful to the recipients. According to a report by the world health organization, the main concerns about the expansion of healthcare, and thus the quality are that, despite the developments in the resources and expansion of health care, quality remains a serious concern (World Health Organization, 3). The second concern is that, in situations where there is the need...
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...Research Table of Contents Part I: Research 3 Step 2 3 Religious Discrimination in the Workplace 3 Step 3 5 Webb v. of Philadelphia on Westlaw Case 5 Step 4 8 Third Circuit Case of EEOC v. Geo Group Inc. 8 Step 5 10 Article from 2011 in the UMKC Law Review 10 Part II: Essay 12 Works Cited 14 Part I: Research Step 2 Religious Discrimination in the Workplace Q 1. Is wearing a headscarf or other religious clothing a religious observance for purposes of Title VII (42 U.S.C. §2000e-2)? Answer: According to the fundamental framework of Title VII, it has been observed that it defends the various factors related to the religious considerations...
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...Research Meier Clinics of Illinois: A Treatment Facility in Geneva, Illinois Day Program for Adults The facility has a day program in Wheaton that is aimed at adults who are over 18 years. It is meant to be less restrictive compared to a residential program or hospital while offering a higher level of care than is possible through outpatient counselling (Medicine Inc. 16). This intensive treatment schedule can be the ideal remedy for people who are not making good progress through outpatient counselling, those who need to move on from a problem quickly due to a life issue, or as a step-down from residential/hospital care. The treatment program is tailored to meet individuals’ special needs... [Due...
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...research aims at highlighting the issues that affect the room learning of children. Variousissues that affect a child’s learning will be explained and will be bring out how a child is affected socially, emotionally, culturally and intellectually as he/she interact with the various factors in the environment. The research will also explain how the home setting, community, cultural, school, peer and other factors like social media and multi-media. Introduction According to Bucholz & Sheffler (2009), a class room environment should be very conducive and should create a sense of comfort. This sense of comfort enhances the learning and cooperation of the children. Young children should... Project This...
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...research the existing facilities and provide information on setting up a new Prime/Urgent Care Facility in a local community. It is also my job to become familiar with its structure and the steps necessary... stringent requirement. These requirements range from criminal clearances to bonding and legal requirements. CEOs often open large prime care facilities without any medical background. (2) You need to research the proposed area’s population and demographics to be sure that it can support the prime care/urgent care facility. The local Census Bureau is a good starting point for this information. You can obtain documentation of figures from local zoning board reports and...
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...research contained herein contends that in exhibiting effective leadership communication skills, individuals need to adhere to both theoretical leadership models, as well as foundational and universal elements of interpersonal communication. In these regards, a pragmatic approach is necessary to articulate the core... Effective Leadership Communication Skills Table of Contents I. INTRODUCTION..................................................................................................................................3 II. BACKGROUND...............................................................................................................................3-4 III. PROBLEM, SCOPE AND ORGANIZATION.........
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