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Pathologies and Diagnosis Discovered Through the Use of MRI

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MRI

The use if Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) has greatly altered the ability of medical care professionals to diagnose illnesses in patients. The purpose of this discussion is to examine Pathologies and Diagnosis discovered through the use of MRI. All of the research for this analysis will come from resources that are no more than five years old.

Pathologies and Diagnosis discovered through the use of MRI

One of the diagnoses that the MRI has been credited with is Pancreatic Cancer. According to an article found in USA Today, new MRI's are now allowing for the early detection of pancreatic cancer, which usually spreads to other organs before it is detected. The article asserts that Until recently, the ability of radiologists to detect pancreatic cancer was limited by problems associated with existing MRI and computed tomography (CT) requirements. For example, distortions in MRI images caused by the pulsing of blood…… [Read More]

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Human Immunodeficiency Virus HIV Has Grown Into

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Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) has grown into an epidemic that has spun out of control and grown into something that needs to be addressed in a manner that everyone will finally agree that this situation has to be remedied. No longer can HIV be viewed as a way to ostracize those who most need help, nor should it be seen as a method to suppress those of lower socioeconomic status and of minority background, which so far combined, are the groups with the highest rate of HIV infection (Downer, 2009).

In order for anything to change with the HIV situation in the world, a way of dealing with this issue in a calm rational manner needs to be established. Currently, there are individuals living with HIV that have not been receiving the proper care to address their needs and their particular situation (Downer, 2009). My public health vision for the…… [Read More]

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Physical Privacy on February 9th

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Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Railway Company spokesman stated, "The settlement is consistent with the practice we've been following," said Richard Russack. He also states that the companies apologized to it's employees for running the tests and they stopped all testing when to suit was filed as they were ordered.

Many in the political and medical filed and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission themselves feel this is a landmark settlement which will halt any future discriminations. "This was the right result. It gives people reassurance that the potential harms of genetic testing are going to be taken very seriously in our society," said Wylie Burke, head of the Department of Medical History and Ethics at the University of Washington in Seattle. (Washington Post) "This landmark settlement provides important new protection against the emerging threat of genetic discrimination," Senator Edward Kennedy (Washington Post) "The Commission will continue to respond aggressively to…… [Read More]

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Strawberries in a Cholesterol the

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This is a positive finding with reliability and validity, in the situation of a compliant population already following a low-cholesterol dietary portfolio. The results of the self-report aspect, i.e. The scaling comparison between the oat bran bread group and the strawberry group indicate that, among this compliant group those who added strawberries were more satisfied and therefore more willing to eat the added anti-oxidant food, as a result of its increased palatability.

Though I agree with the results and application of this study to control for diet, and make sure that dietary variations did not play an extreme role in results, it would be interesting to study this comparative model in a situation where participants were not compliant to another cholesterol-lowering dietary portfolio, utilizing the same blood and urine standards, i.e. To see if the results of physiological reduction and palatability survey ranking would be similar with just this dietary…… [Read More]

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Diabetes Mellitus Is One of

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The symptoms are similar but type 2 can be more insidious as it is more commonly undiagnosed and could possibly have been prevented with early intervention lifestyle changes. Pain and reduced circulation in the extremities and/or long-term vision loss can also occur in type 2 as does permanent nerve damage in the eyes and extremities. Dependency on insulin is present in type 1 while in type 2 other pharmacological options and even simple lifestyle and diet changes can often suffice in the early stages of the disease, though many type 2 diabetics eventually become insulin dependant. (Clark, 2004, p. 4)

Risk Factors

Ethnic minorities such as black, Asian, Pacific Islanders and Hispanic populations are more commonly effected by type 2 diabetes and type 1 diabetes but there is an increase in the Caucasian population. People who get type 2 diabetes are frequently overweight or obese, sedentary and can have other…… [Read More]

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Recruiting an Employer Brand Is

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However, some of these may be former employees, a group that has been demonstrated to be among the strongest of candidates (Zottoli & Wanous, 2000).

The second recruiting source recommended is the internal job board. Wellpoint has a large staff from which to find a suitable candidate. The candidate will be familiar with the company and clearly seeking to build a career within the company. The employer brand will not need to be sold to internal candidates. Although the internal candidates will be the strongest, the talent pool is again limited through this recruiting source.

The third recruiting source should be an executive search firm. Although expensive, these firms can be useful for screening candidates. The recruiting message can still be controlled and the field broadened. The downside to the use of executive search firms, I addition to their cost, is that Wellpoint would lose some control over its employer…… [Read More]

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Graduate Admissions M S Global Affairs Graduate Program

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Graduate Admissions

M.S. Global Affairs

Graduate Program Admissions

My goals of entering the graduate program at M.S. Global Affairs is to further my education and to enter the work field excellently prepared.

Previous Education and Work Experience

I have attained a Bachelor of Business Administration with a specialization in international business. In addition, I have worked full time for seven years in the insurance business making provision to the world with risk transfer mechanisms, which allow economies to operate both effectively while undergoing expansion with the ultimate goal of expanding an insurance career to an international level. I am highly experienced in the management of professional and management liability treaty portfolio while also underwriting medical malpractice, accident and health and generally liability accounts. I have conducted audits of Cedants to ensure agreed upon execution of pricing and underwriting guidelines are followed. As well, I have collaborated with actuarial teams conducting…… [Read More]

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Road Road Psychology

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Psychological Trait Measurement

The author of this report is asked to create a psychological-related test that measures something important yet psychological in nature. To that end, the author of this report is going to have a test that measure stress and anger in drivers as they commute to work in a rush hour environment. The different levels of reaction times and emotions expressed will be capture and measured so as to find out the depth and breadth of a person's problems with driving in a dicey commute. While no such test is going to be exhaustive and perpetually accurate, the test can at least point practitioners using the test in the right direction (Aiken & Groth-Marnat, 2006).

Analysis

A proper review of a person's reactions and performance in traffic and how it might degrade when they get angry or stressed requires a dual-pronged measurement approach that focuses on both positive…… [Read More]

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Klinefelter Syndrome

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Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic condition where a male child is born with an extra X chromosome, so that his sex chromosomes are XXY rather than XY; some people with Klinefelter syndrome have more than two X chromosomes. Klinefelter syndrome is the result of random error and is not a heritable disease. While many people think of the X chromosome as solely a sex chromosome, it plays a significant role in bodily functioning, impacting brain development and growth in addition to sexual functioning. Mental retardation and phenotypic abnormalities are associated with Klinefelter syndrome and are "directly related to the number of supernumerary X chromosomes (Chen, 2013). Klinefelter syndrome is a "form of primary testicular failure, with elevated gonadotropin levels due to lack of feedback inhibition by the pituitary gland" (Chen, 2013). This results in an androgen deficiency that causes many of the symptoms associated with Klinefelter's syndrome. Other hormone levels…… [Read More]

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Popular Culture Web Culture Media Contemporary Culture

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New Media

"Clicking to like," and "friending" are part of common vernacular, due to Facebook. The social media Website has unmistakably transformed the way people use the Internet. Facebook members read about daily current events in their "news feed" rather than from visiting the Websites of The New York Times. Users read articles posted by friends, who re-posted them from other friends. Facebook has even made regular email seem almost obsolete when it comes to socializing. Although it has not gone by the way of snail mail, traditional email is now much less important compared with Facebook messaging. Communication and the development of friendships take place within the virtual playground of Facebook. Facebook has in fact changed the ways people view the state and practice of friendship. A "friend" is not necessarily someone who we see in real life anymore; it is a person who "likes" our posts and photos…… [Read More]

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Genetic Privacy Can We or

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" This category of identifiers, is however, weak. There are apparently a list of indicators such as name and address that have to be removed from the database in order to use the DNA evidence without notifying the person. When these markers are removed, the evidence is considered public. Yet there are potentials for those markers to resurface and privacy can never be ensured. Even though Angrist is in favor of a public pool of DNA evidence for the lofty goals of science, he agrees, "de-identification is increasingly difficult." It is becoming hard to disconnect names, dates, and places from the hemoglobin and RNA. Science appreciates access to DNA because it can link certain traits with others and thereby advance scientific knowledge.

Although it is important to protect a person's privacy regarding DNA, it is too difficult to do so given the rampant greed in the biomedical industry and the…… [Read More]

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Crohn's Disease an Overview of the Most

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Crohn's Disease

An Overview of the Most Pertinent Facts Relating to Crohn's Disease

Crohn's Disease Affects the Digestive System (Journey with Crohn's, N.d.)

Crohn's disease is a serious condition that afflicts roughly half a million people in North America alone. The disease affects the bowels of a patient, anywhere between the mouth all the way to the anus, and has a wide range of symptoms associated with it. Some of the symptoms include abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, weight loss, skin problems, arthritis, eye inflammation, lethargy, and concentration issues. Although the disease is produced by a bacterial which is introduced to the body through the environment, there are certain risks factors that make people susceptible to the disease. For example, there seems to be a genetic component to the disease and people with a family history of the disease are more susceptible to contracting the condition. Certain lifestyle choices can also…… [Read More]

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Life Changing Event That Shaped

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Still, getting the right kind of care, at the right time, is often a struggle for patients. My friend passed away from her illness, but her experience opened my eyes to the need to mesh the personal needs of the patient with more effective diagnostic and treatment solutions. I had always wanted to embark upon a financial career, but now I knew what type of entrepreneurship I wished to devote my life to -- biotechnology.

Early detection must become a vital component of the war on cancer. Improving screening as well as the quality of treatment, pharmaceuticals, and care are critical components of the emerging 21st century heath care paradigm. Finding a way to financially contain costs, dispense care in a comprehensive and ethical fashion, and creating an effective strategy of prevention will all become the focus of the business of medicine. By becoming part of this graduate program, I…… [Read More]

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Kinesthetic Intelligence -- and Kinesthetic

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Are more encouraged by praise that is delivered physically rather than verbally -- such as by a handshake or a pat on the back rather than by a verbal "good job."

Kinesthetic learners also tend to absorb information when given a great deal of tactile stimulation. I will explore this in greater detail below.

Kinesthetic learners are generally better at expressing themselves in concrete ways. This includes expressing emotions. When kinesthetic learners interact with people who are primarily visual learners there may be significant gaps between the two in how emotions are expressed and understood. For example a kinesthetic learner might offer to change the spark plugs in her boyfriend's car while he (a visual learner) might well prefer to have gotten a card with a romantic poem in it from her.

It should be easy to see from this brief overview of the traits of a kinesthetic learner why…… [Read More]

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Diagnosis for Cystic Fibrosis

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Cystic Fibrosis is an inherited disorder which affects the secreting abilities of various glands in the body. These glands are the ones that are considered with both mucus and sweat made in the made. This disease presents with many different symptoms as it affects the lungs, intestines, liver, pancreas, sinuses and the genitals. This paper will go on to talk about the basic etiology of Cystic fibrosis. After the discussing the reasons why this disease happens, it will discuss the signs and symptoms that appear when a person is affected with it. Furthermore, there will be a section on the diagnosis and the proper detection of cystic fibrosis. Lastly, the paper will discuss the different medical treatments that are now present for the disease.

The worldwide incidence of the disease varies from 1 per 377 live births in some parts of England to one per 90,000 live births in Asian-American…… [Read More]

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Cystic Fibrosis

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cystic fibrosis. There are eleven references used for this paper.

There are a number of fatal diseases which a person can be born with in the world today. One of the most debilitating is Cystic Fibrosis. It is important to examine its history, symptoms, diagnostic procedures, treatments and prognosis in order to gain a better understanding of this disease.

Cystic fibrosis is a "recessive disorder common among Caucasians. Although the disease was known in the 1930's, it was only in the late 1980's that the molecular mechanisms about its development were established (Tsui)." In the United States, "one in 2500 people in the general population is born with cystic fibrosis (http://www.phd.msu.edu/DNA/cf_fam.pdf)."

Cystic fibrosis is sometimes referred to as '65 roses.' This nickname "came from a little boy who overheard his mom talking about the condition on the phone. He thought that each time his mom said 'cystic fibrosis,' she was…… [Read More]

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Webmonkey Contemplating the Questions and Information Provided

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Webmonkey

Contemplating the questions and information provided by the Webmonkey tutorial allows the beginning designer to understand a process that might not have been previously (and comprehensively) understood. Even the title of the tutorial 'Information architecture' leads one to contemplate exactly what it is that the process is proposing. Therefore, information architecture might best be describe as the foundations and building blocks of an informational website through a complete pre-operational design. According to 'Squishy' (the website host/guide) website design is "more important than you might think' (Webmonkey Staff, 2012).

Its importance is debatable but the process itself is one that encourages the use of an architecture geared towards specific goals and objectives. According to Squishy, the first step is to define the site's goals, which will shed light on "the all-important art of collecting client's or co-worker's opinions and assembling them in a coherent, weighted order of importance" (Webmonkey, 2012).…… [Read More]

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Interaction of Variables

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Interaction of Variables.

Influence upon a psychological phenomenon

One of the most alarming trends in psychology is the increase in diagnoses of autism. No singular cause has yet to be determined to explain why autism rates have increased so rapidly, although an increase in efficacy of screening, most scientists believe, cannot entirely explain the spike in cases. A correlation between the ages of the mother of children with autism has been observed. "The older a mother is when she gives birth, the higher her child's risk of autism." (De Noon 2010). For example, "women over age 40 are 77% more likely than women under age 25 to have a child with autism" while "women under age 25 are 14% less likely than women aged 25-29 to have a child with autism" (De Noon 2010). The correlation between the father's age and the likelihood of a child developing autism was not…… [Read More]

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Psychological Tests Using the Mental

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Purpose: The Woodcock-Johnson III Diagnostic Reading Battery's designation is for assessment and measurement of the important dimensions of phonological oral language abilities and phonological awareness, both in adult and children.

Population: Both adults and children (age of 3-80 years).

Date of Publication: 2004.

Acronym(s): WJ III (DRB).

Score Scales: Reading Comprehension, Basic Reading Skills, Phonics Knowledge, Broad Reading, Brief Reading, Total Reading, Reading Fluency, Spelling of Words, Oral Comprehension, Reading Vocabulary.

Time: 50-60 minutes.

Administration: Individual.

Author (s): Fredrick, S.A., Nancy, M. & Woodcock, R.C.

Publisher: Riverside Publishing, Inc.

Comments: Software Scoring and Paper-and-Pencil.

Sub-tests: Passage Comprehension, Word-Letter Identification, Sound Awareness, Spelling of Sounds, Oral Vocabulary, Sound Blending.

Related Review: 1713318.

Description

The Woodcock-Johnson III Diagnostic Reading Battery is for the assessment and measurement of the important dimensions of phonological oral language abilities and phonological awareness, in both adult and children (Brande, 2008). By utilization of software scoring and the…… [Read More]

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Anton Chekov's Story

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Chekhov "The Bet"

Anton Chekhov's short story "The Bet" depicts an unusual wager. After a heated discussion about the morality of capital punishment, a pro-capital punishment banker offers the lawyer two million dollars to remain imprisoned for five years. Filled with pride and conviction that a life sentence is preferable to execution does him one better: "If you mean it seriously," the young lawyer states, "then I bet I'll stay not five but fifteen." With the bet on, the two men agree to the terms of the confinement, during which the lawyer is permitted unlimited access to reading materials, one musical instrument, food, wine, and tobacco. Through the vicissitudes of his imprisonment, the lawyer becomes a worldly, learned man who has mastered six languages and has become well-versed in every subject from religion to politics to history. He passes his fifteen years in this manner, but during this time the…… [Read More]

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Globalization's Effect on the United States National Security

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Globalization's Effect on the United States'

National Security

Objective of this paper is to explore the impact of globalization on the United States national security. The study defines globalization as the increasing global relations of people, corporate organization and government. There is no doubt that the globalization provides numerous benefits to the American economy. Despite the benefits derived from the globalization, the advent of globalization also provides some threats to the United States.

The study also reviews the previous literatures on globalization and identifies various effects of globalization on the U.S. national security. The study identifies the incidents of terrorist attack on American soil. The increase in the influx of illegal immigrants has also become serious security concern to some states in the U.S. The review of the literatures suggests various strategies that the U.S. should employ to safeguard the country national security.

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Illegal Drug Use Among Military

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The first method, therefore, of curtailing use relates to the development of tougher measures for soldiers once they have failed a drug test. Prevention programs should be given a higher priority than is currently the case. With stronger prevention programs, and if commanding officers are more willing to put troops who have failed drug tests into those programs, more soldiers can see their drug use curtailed.

The second method is related to the first -- prevention programs. If stress in its various forms is a major cause of illegal drug use among soldiers, then there needs to be more awareness of the issue in the military community, and more help available to soldiers before they start using. Training for all members of the military community would allow for the creation of an informal support grid for soldiers experiencing stress. Programs that give soldiers a place to turn to when they…… [Read More]

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Biological Psychology Activity 1 Biological

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An early report that was conducted by British physicians claimed that they had found irreversible brain damage in ten male marijuana users -- all of whom had been referred to them for medical treatment because of psychiatric illness, neurological symptoms, or drug abuse problems (Zimmer & Morgan 1997). These researchers used a brain imaging technology and forced air into the patients' brains through the spinal column, then reporting that they saw "abnormalities consistent with cerebral atrophy -- actual brain tissue shrinkage" (1997). The researchers methods were criticized and it was concluded within just a few short years that the brain imaging technique that they use was medically "risky and unreliable" (1997). Using more modern brain imaging technologies today, researchers have not found any evidence of brain damage in human marijuana users, even in those humans who smoke an average of nine marijuana cigarettes a day (1997).

Today there is the…… [Read More]

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PSA Testing and Reduction of Mortality Rates

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Effectiveness of Mass PSA Testing in Reducing Mortality Rates

Prostate cancer screening is considered as one of the crucial steps towards dealing with the problem of prostate cancer among various patient population. Healthcare providers consider screening as a crucial issue towards improving the health and well-being of patients. In light of the significance of prostate cancer screening in health promotion, several screening tools have been developed and are utilized in the clinical setting such as digital rectal exam (DRE) and prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing. PSA testing has received considerable attention in the recent past, particularly in relation to its impact on mortality rates. PSA testing/screening for prostate cancer remains a controversial issue in the modern healthcare setting given the variance in evidence on its impact on mortality rates. This paper examines whether PSA testing reduces morality rates based on research evidence or evidence-based practice. The analysis is carried out based…… [Read More]

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Policy Recommendation for TSA Privatization and Collaboration

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Policy Recommendation for Collaboration and TSA Privatization

The objective of this study is to evaluate the benefits of collaboration between the federal government and non-profit organizations. The study cites different examples of collaborations across the world and their achievements. Moreover, the paper investigates whether it is beneficial to privatize the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) since the organization has performed below the international standards in the last few years. Finally, the study recommends the best policy option for the MRCC (Mt. Rossmoor Community College) in order to increase the number of students' enrollment and revenue in an academic year.

In the contemporary public administration environment, public organizations are currently entering the era of collaboration where various public sectors form an alliance to address issues and challenges that hinder them serving people better. Moreover, they are entering into the collaborative ventures to protect the U.S. national and foreign interests. The public sector…… [Read More]

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Pelvic Inflammatory Disease Conduct a

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ahrq.gov/clinic/uspstfix.htm, through the National Guideline Clearinghouse at http://www.guideline.gov.

Evidence-based findings concerning chlamydia screening and treatment of PID contained in the peer-reviewed and scholarly literature.

The additional resources cited at Appendix a will also be consulted.

3. Identify a specific group of people that are being affected by the disease/condition. The screening guidelines published by the USPSTF recommend that the following specific groups of women should be routinely screened, whether or not they are pregnant, if they:

Are sexually active and aged 25 or younger;

Have more than one sexual partner, regardless of age;

Have had an STD in the past, regardless of age; and Do not use condoms consistently and correctly, regardless of age (Screening for Chlamydial infection) a. Explain any unhealthy behaviors that may be contributing to the disease/condition. Some of the unhealthy behaviors that may contribute to the incidence of PID include (1) having multiple sex partners and…… [Read More]

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Analyzing Psychology Dual Diagnosis

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Dual Diagnosis

Arlene's case as was explained by her husband, revealed that she underestimated the risk posed by behaviours, such as self-injury, excessive gambling and aggression. These symptoms are often exhibited by patients on the impulsive end of this kind of behaviour. The impulsive end is characterized by a lack of care/consideration for the negative consequences of actions such as self-injury due to aggression and is typified by antisocial personality disorders. As is Arlene's case, impulsive patients are not aware and neither do they evaluate the harm that could be caused by their actions, instead they engage in such actions because to them, the excitement or thrill they get from their actions far outweighs the possible risks of their behaviours. With regards to her erratic behaviour, Arlene's husband has explained that she has no regular course; that she lacks regularity, wanders constantly and has an erratic heartbeat. Her husband further…… [Read More]

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Prostate Cancer in America

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Prostate Cancer in America

Prostrate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the cancer of the prostate glands. Prostate gland is a small walnut sized organ and an important part of a man's reproductive system. It is one of the most common forms of cancer in men aged above 75 years. The incidence of prostate cancer in men younger than the age of 40 is very rare. High risk population for the prostate cancer include African-American men who have been reported to be prone to developing cancer at any age, men older than 60 years, and men having a family history of prostate cancer especially in father and brothers.

According to the latest statistics by the U.S. National Cancer Institute (NCI)'s Surveillance Epidemiology and End Results (SEER)'s report, more than 300,000 men in U.S. will be diagnosed with prostate cancer and more than 34000 deaths in men are expected based on prostate cancer.…… [Read More]

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ICU Delirium Assessment Instrument

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ICU Delirium -- Evidence Review and Synthesis

Evidence Review

Luetz et al. (2014) conducted a study in which they examined how delirium management is an important aspect of intensive care treatment alongside analgesia and sedation management. The main objective of the study was to examine the implementation rate of delirium screening by healthcare professionals in the intensive care unit. To achieve the study's objectives, the researchers utilized a multinational, two-part survey in which hospital and ICU data as well as patients' data was collected and analyzed. The study found that even though 44% of hospitals and ICUs reported using a validated screening assessment, only 27% of patients had been monitored using the instrument. Additionally, the researchers found that a validated screening instrument enhances the ability of healthcare professionals to identify ICU delirium. The study provides Level III evidence, which is essential for this study to promote the use of a…… [Read More]

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Advanced Nursing Practice Field Experience With HIV

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Advanced Nursing Practice Field Experience

Lolita Knight

Proposal Form

Please refer to separate submission in Taskstream

CHSI is committed to providing the best quality medical care possible for its population of underserved patients. This summary addresses my proposal for the Advanced Nursing

Practice Field experience. One new policy recommended by the Riverside County Health

Department is to include HIV screening and testing with all routine physical exams. The organizational change I am investigating is increasing provider compliance by including HIV

screening and testing with routine physical exams. The population affected by this change will be the underserved population in Riverside County. My change leader is Evelyn Pearson-

Ray MSN, RNP, and Nurse Educator for the organization. My plan for conducting this investigation is to create a team of stakeholders, measure provider compliance of including HIV

screening and testing with routine physical exams, evaluate staff knowledge, provide necessary training, re-evaluate staff's…… [Read More]

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Children Grief and Attachment Theory

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Figure 1 portrays three of the scenes 20/20 presented March 15, 2010.

Figure 1: Heather, Rachel, and Unnamed Girl in 20/20 Program (adapted from Stossel, 2010).

Statement of the Problem

For any individual, the death of a family member, friend, parent or sibling may often be overwhelming. For adolescents, the death of person close to them may prove much more traumatic as it can disrupt adolescent development. Diana Mahoney (2008), with the New England Bureau, reports in the journal article, "Navigating adolescent grief," that Erik H. Erikson created a seminal model of psychosocial development that classified adolescent years as a time period when teens form their personality. These trying teen times typically may be defined by the opposing extremes of integration and separation. Mahoney (2008) asserts that as adolescents struggle to belong and strive to be accepted by others, particularly their peers; they simultaneously struggle to become individuals. For the…… [Read More]

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Report on Prenatal Care

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Prenatal care is an important aspect of pregnancy and can result in positive outcomes for both mother and infant. Low-risk pregnancies have different recommendations for prenatal care than high-risk pregnancies. Low risk pregnancies begin with medical checkups that include screening tests. This will help the mother know if the baby is healthy and if she is healthy while pregnant. Prenatal care also involves some aspect of counseling as well as education on how to handle various facets of pregnancy. Patient education could involve topics like healthy eating, any additional screening tests needed, and level of physical activity. They may also include as part of prenatal care, what to expect during labor plus after delivery.

The first trimester for a low-risk pregnancy as previously stated, involves tests, labs, and screenings. The first thing they do is determine the expectant mother's blood type and Rh factor and to look for signs of…… [Read More]

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Genetic Counseling Dealing With Its

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"Accurate descriptions of sex chromosome differences are critical, the decisions potentially regrettable, and the long-term outcomes devastating if a termination is based on the misinformation," that the patient later discovers to be misinformation for instance, "that any of these conditions is comparable to Down's Syndrome" (Biesecker r 2001:2) Conversely, it is also important not to minimize the odds of a potentially fatal genetic condition like Tay Sachs disease.

Providers are obliged to obtain useful up-to-date information and to ensure parents have adequate opportunity to consider their decision with the help of an experienced healthcare provider, preferably in medical genetics, and if necessary, a counselor who is attuned to the cultural assumptions and needs of the couple's population group, and religious beliefs. Certain populations might have a different view and understanding of the real difficulty of raising a child suffering from a heritable disorder, or even the concept of heritability of…… [Read More]

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Diabetes Risks Among Asian Americans

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Area of Interest
Asian Americans have the highest proportion of undiagnosed diabetes than any other ethnic group in the United States, by far. According to the CDC (2017), one in every two Asian Americans has diabetes but has never been diagnosed, which is twice the national average. Research even suggests that Asian-Americans are a “greater risk” than other population groups for developing diabetes across the lifetime (Sun, 2015). More Asians have diabetes than any other population group worldwide (Asian Diabetes Prevention Initiative, 2017). However, there are some drawbacks with studying this population group. One is that Asian Americans comprise a vastly diverse group, typically defined as being anyone with origins in South Asia (the Indian subcontinent), East Asia (China, Japan, Korea), and Southeast Asia (Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore). This means that it may be even more difficult to narrow down causal variables and create culturally appropriate treatment interventions or public health…… [Read More]

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Management of ICU Delirium

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ICU Delirium

Search of Literature for Evidence

One of the most crucial elements towards conducting a high-quality research is conducting an effective and valid search of literature for evidence. The search of literature for evidence is defined as an organized comprehensive search of existing literature published regarding the research issue. A well-organized search of literature is important when conducting a study since it's the most efficient and effective means for locating sound evidence on the research topic. For this study on intensive care delirium, a literature search is crucial towards identifying existing evidence on the topic and identifying gaps in knowledge. The information or insights obtained from the literature search is used to provide guidelines on the research process and how to fill the gaps in knowledge.

In this regard, the researcher conducted a search on electronic databases in order to identify credible sources of data. The researcher conducted the…… [Read More]

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Do Assessment Tools Help With Recruiting

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pre-employment assessment tools to select employees result in hiring better workers. If one looks at job applications, sometimes companies may ask the applicant to fill out a survey or perform a test. These preliminary actions help "weed out" potentially incompatible or unqualified applicants in order to allow for an increased focus on suitable applicants. Although logically it seems like a good way to increase the pool of qualified workers and limit exposure to unqualified or incompatible workers, consistency may be a problem.

In some of these articles, the gap information reveals that most companies may not follow through with the recommendations given by these pre-employment assessment tools. If that is the case, then such tools may be ineffectual because of the lack of commitment by the business or organization in following through with recommendations. Other articles highlight the effectiveness of such tools in order to remove potentially dangerous candidate through…… [Read More]

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Systematic Research Review Critique of Systemic Research

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Systematic Research Review

Critique of Systemic Research (SRR) RELATED TO NURSING

Critique of a Systematic Research Review (SRR):

Breast self-examination, breast awareness, and practices of systemic review

Breast cancer is one of the most deadly and fastest-spreading cancers in the world today. To mitigate the tide of this epidemic should ideally include preventative measures as well as proactive treatments. The purpose of the literature review "Breast self-examination, breast awareness, and practices of systemic review" by Parvani (2011) was to assess the current research findings on the degree to which breast self-examination and more general breast self-awareness campaigns were useful in increasing the rates of early detection of breast cancer.

Research rigor of selected studies

Studies were not screened for specific levels of research rigor. General medical databases were searched for relevant studies using Medline, CINAHL, PubMed, Science Direct, and Cochrane using words such as "breast awareness," difference," "breast self-examination," breast…… [Read More]

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Human Resources Management - Maintaining a Competitive

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Human Resources Management - Maintaining a Competitive Edge in the Corporate Marketplace

Change continues to reshape the workplace. Today's HR professional is called upon to help the organization retain its competitive edge in the marketplace. Along with representing the best interests of employees, HR professionals assume the role of strategic partner, administrative expert, and change agent. HR assumes a critical role in promoting the vision and shaping the focus of the company. HR professionals must be skilled and knowledgeable business partners, able to wear many hats while demonstrating their own competencies in communication and decision-making skills. (Aghazadeh, 1999)

Today, HR departments face many challenges. Some are conventional and continuing concerns.

They include:

Attract, retain and motivate employees;

Ensure legal and regulatory compliance;

Manage the human side of technological change.

Perhaps, most critically today however, progressive HR departments are charged with adding value to the corporation as they seek to:

Meet…… [Read More]

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Group Counseling Proposal Grief and

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Notably, such groups are applicable in nonmedical atmosphere to help people not diagnosed with mental health issues. Given the significance of interpersonal and personal issues, the group leaders must work in unity with the clients to settle on the group sessions and its direction. Participants will be allowed to discuss their familial and interpersonal issues or stressors that they can determine that link to divorce and its effects. In the course of the procedure, participants will be inspired to be accountable for their own emotional and psychological development.

Leadership skills and verbal techniques will be employed to ensure that the group members are attentive and understand the concerns of each the group members. Group counseling with divorce families can be very practical, it can make therapy much affordable at a period when parents are strained financially. People require more structure in their group, such as weekly activities, which help them,…… [Read More]

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Breast Cancer in Malaysia Breast Cancer Has

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Breast Cancer in Malaysia

Breast cancer has turned out to be one of the most common cancers in women in almost every part of the world. Nonetheless, there is a noticeable geographical difference in the incidence and also the stage of presentation. It has ben documented to be uppermost in North Europe and North America, in-between in Mediterranean nations and South America, and not high at all in Asia and Africa nations (Abdullah, 2003). During the year of 2000 there had been 1,050,346 circumstances of breast cancer that had been documented international and 372,969 deaths from the illness (Sharifah, 2010). In industrialized nations the incidence was around 94.93 per 100,000 populace, and in less advanced states it somewhere around 19.66 per 100,000 populations (Taib, 2012). With that said this essay will discuss breast cancer in Malaysia.

Background and Definition of the Problem

The basic issue is the lack of a…… [Read More]