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The Importance of Documentation - Documentation Documentation is necessary to any environment or project whether it is in development or in production. According to Azarian, documentation is crucial to track all aspects of the application from development to maintenance to knowledge transfer. (2013) Documentation will assist in understanding business rules, the database and files, troubleshooting issues that may arise, installation of applications, and deploying code. I cannot emphasize enough about the importance of documentation....   [tags: Environment, Project, Development, Production]
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Evidence and Documentation, by Joseph Donohue - Documenting history is a labor of love for those who choose to embark on that journey and can be both inspirational, and educational. From stories of American history where soldiers fought valiantly for freedom, or something as simple as discovering an authentic transcript of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer’s Night Dream; documenting history provides insight into the past. Although it may not be considered important as most areas of history by certain scholars, theatre historiography is an area that is thriving....   [tags: Theatre Historiography, Analysis]
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Collection and Documentation of Health History - Collection and Documentation of Health History Purpose of Health record Health history or health record is a systematically created document which stores the complete history of the diseases and physical conditions of the patient. This document gives a chance to the physicians to understand the complete background of patient’s physical health and helps them to plan their further strategy for the treatment of the patient. This document also provides an opportunity to educate medical students and to provide data for medical research (Makoul, 2003)....   [tags: Health Care] 1561 words
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Why Documentation is Vital - Documentation in any circumstance is vital. On the other hand, documentation in framework improvement is basic. Frequently, an extremely significant, and most times neglected, assignment is recording the interior configuration of programming with the end goal of future upkeep and upgrade. A project arrangement might as well distinguish the sort and level of documentation faculty must produce throughout each one stage or period of the task. Associations may as well administer nitty gritty documentation for every framework in handling....   [tags: data, framework, client] 931 words
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Refreshing Documentation in Business - All successful companies go through a period of rapid growth where infrastructure needs are met with reactive organic growth rather than proactive planned growth. During these growth periods the documentation process may fall to the bottom of the priority list or even be forgotten. It is absolutely critical during periods of steady state to refresh documentation to aid in moving towards a proactive posture with respect to network planning. Network Baseline The initial step to creating a setup of updated documentation is a network discovery and baseline process....   [tags: network, troubleshooting, companies]
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Documentation and Fabrication in Phonography - Documentation and Fabrication in Phonography ABSTRACT: In most general terms, my paper is about the mixture of agendas in the recording industry, where documentation, with its apparently educational implications, becomes difficult to distinguish from a range of distinct, even opposed, goals—which I group under the heading "fabrication." After a few historical remarks, I develop the concept of what I call works of phonography (WPs)—that is, sound-constructs created by the use of recording machinery....   [tags: Music Essays] 6235 words
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Monitoring Students' Difficulties: Response to Intervention Documentation - Federal mandates allows the use of “response to intervention (RTI)” (Bender, 2008, p. 150) documentation as a way to monitor a student’s difficulty with learning in the classroom setting. Therefore, assessments administered to students in the classroom are part of the RTI process. Every student learns differently, and understanding how a student learns can help a teacher differentiate between students who require specific methods of instruction that will enable them to learn, and students who struggle because of a possible disability (Bender, 2008)....   [tags: Education, special education, elementary]
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Technical Documentation - Technical Documentation The software that will be used for The Castletown High School System will be Microsoft Excel. This is a spreadsheet program that allows the user to carryout calculation and functions by using formulas. The machine should have a printer attached to it so that the users are able to print their work when they are done. The users of the system do not need to be overly good with computers but they do need a basic knowledge of how the system operates. The system has been designed to help those users who are not overly good with computers....   [tags: Computer Science] 564 words
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Project Documentation - Project Documentation Introduction One of the administrative tasks in a hospital is to keep a record of loans to patients of equipment such as wheelchairs and crutches. The patients borrowing the equipment may still be in hospital or they may have been discharged. Records have to be kept of what equipment has been borrowed, by whom and when, and also if any equipment is not available because it is being repaired. You have been asked to create a computer application to replace the present manual one to record the necessary details to enable greater control to be kept and so cut down on loss and wastage....   [tags: Papers] 999 words
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System Elements Documentation - System Elements – Documentation Documentation in any situation is important however, documentation in system development is imperative. Most often a very important, and most times overlooked, task is documenting the internal design of software for the purpose of future maintenance and enhancement. A project plan should identify the type and level of documentation personnel must produce during each step or phase of the project....   [tags: Organization Business Management] 1206 words
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Schindler's List as An Accurate Documentation of the Holocaust - Schindler's List as An Accurate Documentation of the Holocaust World War II is considered one of the most costly wars in all history. The number of soldiers killed in battle is immense. These soldiers died fighting to protect the free world. This war is also considered one of the most costly wars because of all the people who were killed during the Holocaust. The Holocaust was a tragedy to the people living in Germany and surrounding countries, because of the massive amount of people who were killed....   [tags: Movie Film Essays Jews Nazi History WWII 2]
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Rapid Growth of Islamic Financial Industry - Legal documentation in Islamic Financial Transactions. Introduction The rapid growth of Islamic finance industry of the Islamic banking industry has been complemented and supported by an equally parallel comprehensive development in the legal infrastructure, integrating Shari, ah principles, legislation, and complex legal documentation matters. Thus, understanding these issues is very crucial for bankers and legal professional practicing in Islamic finance as a profession. As the Islamic finance industry keep expanding further, and become more innovative, keeping yourself updated on impending legal issues is of paramount importance....   [tags: banking, documentation, contract] 2875 words
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The Requirements for Verizon FIOS Fiber Optic Cable Management Plan - ... The requirements will consist of ensuring the performance specifications are met, cable assets are documented in the proper manner, and the manufacturing is identified and documented as well. The inputs for the requirements management plan will include the Verizon FIOS fiber optic cable Project Charter as well as the Stakeholder Register. REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT APPROACH The approach the team will use for requirements management for Verizon FIOS fiber optic cable project will be broken down into the following four groups: requirements identification, requirements analysis, requirements documentation, and ongoing requirements management....   [tags: identification, analysis, documentation] 521 words
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Software Development: The Disadvantages of Agile Methods - Agile methods have a number of disadvantages. Discuss the disadvantages of agile methods and how those disadvantages can be managed, with examples. Agile method is newer software development method in software industry. Until 2006, there are 17% of organizations are already using agile as their software devolvement method. Many and many organizations are getting interested and they are moving toward to adopt agile method nowadays. They believe agile methods are much more flexible and this method can bring significant benefits to their organizations, such as increasing quality, efficiency and customers’ satisfaction....   [tags: waterfall model, documentation]
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The Significance of Library and Archives Canada in Preserving Canadian History - Thesis The significance Library and Archives Canada is the preservation of Canadian history. Introduction Without the protection of Library and Archives Canada, Vital documentation of Canadian History Act could be lost. The significance of the Library and Archives of Canada is that it holds every important document this country was built on and more including Constitutional laws and all the past and current amendments made. Library and Archives Canada also contains the Census of Canadian citizens all the way back to 1871 in their database in addition to a military history....   [tags: Vital Documentation, Database]
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What is Optical Character Recognition - What is OCR – The Basics of Optical Character Recognition With the growing demand for electronic documentation and paperless business solutions – there has been a significant growth in interest surrounding OCR technology. Unfortunately, despite its increase in popularity and numerous benefits to traditional scanning, many professionals are still left with the question - what is OCR. In today’s business atmosphere, it is becoming increasingly common for documents to be scanned, allowing for the convenient access and sharing of important files....   [tags: document management, electronic documentation] 551 words
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Key factors for Educational Leaders - A leader can be described as a person who gives direction, inspiration and cause to a group of people who are striving to achieve a common or similar goal (Eacott, 2011; Siraj-Blatchford & Manni, 2013). As there are many types of leaders within an early childhood education setting, such as director, room leader and educational leader, it is important to define and dissect what each role requires (Siraj-Blatchford & Manni, 2013). An educational leader is defined in the National Quality Framework (NQF), where they have support from other documentation and literature to identify what an educational leader is (Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority, 2014)....   [tags: education,pedagogical documentation,leaders]
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Reflection of My Clinical Experienc - Look back: During my third week clinical experience, I did both computer charting and paper charting (for maternal assessment) with nursing care plan. Besides charting, I reported my significant findings of the mother verbally to the primary nurse. Elaborate: It was my first time to complete documentation on my own. When I went on the computer, I felt anxious and had no confidence. While opening my patient’s file, I recalled the story about how a nurse got laid off because she checked on the patient from another unit....   [tags: documentation, nursing, charts] 835 words
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The Redaction of the Reigns of the Kings of Uzziah, Ahaz and Manasseh - Introduction The redaction of the reigns of the kings Uzziah, Ahaz, and Manasseh are examples of conflicting historical documentations. The book of 2 Kings (written by a Deuteronomistic historian) is presupposed throughout this examination of texts to have been the source of the writings that the Chronicler (or the writer of Chronicles) would have referenced. This comparison will analyze, yet not exhaust, the additions, omissions, and modifications made by the Chronicler to the original texts and will also attempt to explain why he would have changed the information to fit his specific paradigm....   [tags: conflicting historical documentation] 1573 words
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Primary Sources on Immigration into the United States - Immigration has existed around the world for centuries, decades, and included hundreds of cultures. Tired of poverty, a lack of opportunities, unequal treatment, political corruption, and lacking any choice, many decided to emigrate from their country of birth to seek new opportunities and a new and better life in another country, to settle a future for their families, to work hard and earn a place in life. As the nation of the opportunities, land of the dreams, and because of its foundation of a better, more equal world for all, the United States of America has been a point of hope for many of those people....   [tags: documentation analysis] 2348 words
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mathew brady and the photographic documentation of the civil war - Mathew Brady was the son of Irish immigrants who came to the United States in the late 1830's, later that year they became residents of Saratoga Springs, where they became acquainted with the artist, William Page. Page was a large influence on Brady's artistic lifestyle teaching him trades such as jewel making, case making, and painting. Page took Brady under his wing and they moved to New York where Brady met Samuel F.B. Morse an artist who instructed Page in earlier days. Morse began the new art of photography, which his friend Daguerre from Europe had just began....   [tags: essays research papers] 330 words
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Systems Engineering Through the System Life Cycle - INTRODUCTION: SYSTEMS ENGINEERING THROUGH THE SYSTEM LIFE CYCLE Modern engineered systems come into being in response to societal needs or because of new opportunities offered by advancing technology, or both. The evolution of a particular new system from the time when a need for it is recognized and a feasible technical approach is identified, through its development and introduction into operational use, is a complex effort, which will be referred to as the system development process. This chapter is devoted to describing the basic system development process and how systems engineering is applied at each step of this process....   [tags: management control, documentation] 3182 words
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Evolutionary Algorithm and Cloud Computing - Evolutionary Algorithm and Discussions Cloud computing provides variety of internet on demand services such as software, infrastructure and data storage. for the purpose of provision of private service to the user, there is possibility to use multi-level password creation and documentation or authentication techniques. This technology assists in creating the password in several levels of the company. So, that the strict documentation and authorization is possible. The levels of security in cloud may be more developed by multi-levels documentation....   [tags: technology, cloud, storage] 970 words
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Implementation System Development Lifecycle - Organizations and businesses utilize different forms of information systems in order to support the abundance of processes needed to fulfill their business functions. Every type of information systems consists of a particular focus or purpose, and each part has a life of its own1. The “life of its own” theory is formally known as a systems development lifecycle and it contains the integrated method of planning, building, deploying, using, updating, and maintaining an information system1. When looking at developing a new information system, the system itself involves various different, but relevant activities....   [tags: coding, information system,system implementation]
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Proper Aircraft Maintenance - As the development of aviation industry grows, more and more aircraft crashes occur. There are many reasons that lead to aircraft crashes, but one of them, is because of improper aircraft maintenance. Why is proper aircraft maintenance so important. Proper aircraft maintenance is critical in order to keep the aircraft can function properly, every aircraft part is in good condition and ensure the safety of pilots and passengers. Proper maintenance has many parts. The most common part is inspections, which pilots do them every day; the main part is overhaul and repair of an aircraft; and maintenance documentation is another important part of aircraft maintenance which improper maintenance docu...   [tags: aviation industry, aricraft crashes, airplane]
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De Soto's 2003 'Listening to Barking Dogs' - "Listening to barking dogs: property law against poverty in the non-West" by Hernando De Soto, a development economist, is an article outlining the various problems that "plague the poor" of former communist and developing countries (De Soto,2003,p179). De Soto (2003) believes that the main solution to elevate the poor out of poverty is providing these populations with formal and legalised property rights. Enabling their dead capital hidden in un-formalised and illegal property or other small businesses and enterprises to be transformed into live capital, allowing these assets to be used as security as well as collateral to aid further loans and generate additional surplus of their existing...   [tags: Literary Review, Summary, Evaluation, Arguments]
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The Entertainment Fields - The Entertainment Fields In this literature review, I wil attempt to explain the wealth of opportunities available to technical communicators in the electronics entertainment industry due to the changing nature of video game the technical communication and electronics entertainment fields. I believe an abundance of opportunities exist for technical communicators in the video game industry because the industry itself is stil rather young and poselopingnorms. Documentation and information organization are an integral part of video ga me construction....   [tags: Technology Video Games Papers]
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Implementation of iPad for Electronic Charting - Background Nurses have long been known for their attention to patient care. The reason many nurses have entered this profession is due to their desire to care for people. The overwhelming responsibilities of documentation, chart reviews, verifying orders and medications, monitoring lab results, among others, leaves the direct care of the patient to another, possibly unqualified, staff member. Bolton, Gassert, and Cipriano (2008) estimate that a mere 23-30% of a nurse’s day is spent providing care to a patient....   [tags: Nursing]
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Communication Strategies in the Clinical Setting - One of the most important aspects in the nursing profession is the need for good and effective communication. This is because good communication skills especially in the nurse-patient relationship have a significant impact on patient safety and recovery. Effective communication skills in the clinical setting are critical for the development of nurse-patient relationship and provision of health care information (Bruderle, 2003). Nurses usually exchange information with physicians, patients, colleagues and other people in the clinical setting....   [tags: Connection Between Nurses and Patients] 1123 words
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Network Management and Optimization Proposal - Network Management and Optimization Proposal This is a proposal for network management and optimization. The network has grown rapidly, and the company has not completed proper documentation and policies. This proposal includes required documentation; network monitoring, event logging, and maps; data backup; and network optimization. Documentation In order to maintain, troubleshoot, and prevent network outages, network administrators need to refer to documentation. Required documentation includes network diagrams, wiring schematics, policies, procedures, configurations, baselines, and change logs....   [tags: network outages, network administrators]
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Quebec: Distinctly Discriminatory, Distinctly Repressive - I have been following the events surrounding the upcoming provincial elections in Quebec quite closely and was very excited to finally get my name on to the electoral rolls today. Well aware of the fact that Anglophones who had moved to Quebec from other parts of the country, especially students, were having a hard time getting registered, I decided to do my homework. I carefully read the voter manual mailed out by the Chief Electoral Officer of Quebec, and a document they released, specifically addressing the question of whether one was domiciled in Quebec....   [tags: vote, civil code, election] 969 words
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Nursing Theories: Florence Nightingale - Healthcare is constantly changing and evolving. Technology has improved many practices. As nurses increase their knowledge via higher education and continuing education, nursing practice continue to follow various theorists both past and present. The nursing profession is unique because many of their practices are based on both nursing and non-nursing theories. There are various different types of entries into the profession of nursing from associate degree programs to doctorate of nursing practice (DNP)....   [tags: healthcare services, continuing education]
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System Implementation And Support - Coding The coding process will change program logic into specific instructions that can be executed by computers. In small programs this work can be done by one or two programmer and in large programs this task may be divided into section that can be handled by different groups. If the program was carefully written this process should be a simple process where the logical functions are translated into program code. Other programs were written to tie our student user population into the Active Directory forest....   [tags: Computer Technology Programming] 1018 words
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The Impact of Time Wastage on Employees - The purpose to the study is to investigate that time which is considered not to be less than money, when sales force is involved in activities of extra unnecessary documentation The time wastage leads to employee low morale, more absenteeism, high job dissatisfaction and low organizational commitment. Due to time wastage in extra documentation activities the performance of employee decreases which directly effect on firm productivity and profitability. The research study is basically based on quantitative research technique....   [tags: Business Management]
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Payroll System Implementation - Payroll System Implementation Missing Images This report will first examine the Testing Process Summary. This will include a definitive test plan which will identify the major functions of the systems software and hardware to be tested as well as the required system outcomes. Secondly, the installation process and training plan summary will be identified. For this portion of the writing, a Gantt chart will be used to identify the steps and related resources needed to implement the system. A narrative explanation that will discuss the impacts of time and conversion will be included....   [tags: Payroll Software Technology]
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The Law and Medicial in Healthcare - ... While the nurse made a faulty decision, this could have been avoided had she contacted the physician regarding the drastic change in the patient’s vital signs and condition. The nurse had a duty to provide the necessary assessments and reassessments to ensure optimal care of the patient. Furthermore, proper documentation of assessments, reassessments, medication administration, and the patient’s condition is critical in managing overall patient care responsibilities. Because the healthcare industry is heavily regulated by both federal and state laws, emphasis must be placed ensuring availability of complete and accurate patient documentation....   [tags: methods, polices, procedures, legal] 1886 words
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The Long Shadow of Little Rock: The Story of Elizabeth Eckford - In 1950's America, there was a uprising that would sculpt the world into the place we now inhabit. The particular event in question is one concerning the black communities plight in 1950's America, with names such such as Rosa Parks, Emmett Till and (most importantly), Elizabeth Eckford Heading the list of names who took a stand, and, in turn, made America the place it is today. As the years went by, details of the many riots the segregation incurred were documented. The focus of this essay will be on a particular documentation titled 'The Long Shadow of Little Rock', a book published in 1962 on what happened to Elizabeth Eckford in Little Rock, Arkansas....   [tags: Civil Rights, ] 610 words
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Major Newspaper in Honduras - Honduras found its origin as part of Spain’s empire but was freed in 1821. It was annexed for two years to Mexico and finally declared independence. It is the second largest country in Central America and has the world’s highest homicide rate at 90.4 murders per 100,000 people which is almost twice as much as its runner up, Venezuela. Three of the five dailies in Honduras, El Haraldo, La Tribuna, and El Periodico, find their headquarters located in Tegucigalpa. The English-language newspaper, Honduras This Week, is also located there....   [tags: corrupt government, writers, publications] 1306 words
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Developing a Payment Data Warehouse - Citigroup PDW: Developing a Global Payment Data Warehouse MIS600–Information Systems Capstone December 13, 2013   Table of Contents Data Model 3 Entity Model 5 Purge Records 7 Project Costs, Staffing, Resources, Dependencies, and Schedule 8 Scope Change Documetation 10 References 12 Data Model Facts Table The star schema is the essential model of a data warehouse blueprint in which a central fact table or tables containing quantitative procedures of a unitary or transactional environment is/are related to various dimensional tables which contain information used to group and constrain the facts of the fact table(s) in the way of a query....   [tags: Citigroup, bank, payment systems, manager]
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New Money Does Not Heal Old Wounds: Reparations to Descendants of Slaves - The debate over reparations to descendants of slaves contains a wide range of diverse viewpoints and involves many ethical, moral and legal issues (Bowman). To properly analyze this complex situation and form an educated opinion, one must understand the basic pieces forming the reparations puzzle. Understanding who was impacted by the institution of slavery, when they were impacted, how they were impacted, where slavery took place, and what exactly took place will help create a better understanding of both sides of the debate....   [tags: ethical, moral issues, history]
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The Procedures of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) System - Hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) system is the holistic procedures of preventing food from physical, chemical, and biological hazards. These procedures must be followed and obligated by the authorities such as food manufacturers, HACCP team and government auditing agencies. HACCP team is a group of four to six personnel that are responsible in the implementation, performance and enforcement of HACCP system in a food manufacturing company. They are trained in HACCP approach (Mortimore & Wallace, 2001)....   [tags: food manufacturer's procedures, hazard prevention]
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Practicum Project: Creating a Women and Infants Clinical Summary Screen - Practicum Project: Creating a Women and Infants Clinical Summary Screen The adoption of clinical information systems is one way that healthcare organizations are making an effort to improve patient safety, provide a means to exemplify regulatory compliance, and facilitate exchange of patient information between care providers (Kirkley & Stein, 2004; Nadzam, 2009). To achieve this goal, Barnes-Jewish Hospital (BJH) recently implemented a new CPOE/clinical documentation system. One of the objectives of the new system was to give bedside clinicians a standardized electronic tool, known as the Clinical Summary, for bedside shift hand-off reporting....   [tags: Project Plan] 2010 words
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Falls Among Older Persons with Dementia - “Fall may be defined as an unexpected event in which the person comes to rest on the ground, floor, or lower level” (Struksness, Lindström, Lord, Slaasletten, Johansson, et al., 2011). In older populations, falls are quite common, but with a mental illness such as dementia, the problem is worsened. This cross-sectional study showed that the most common causes of falls reported by nursing staff were individual factors like physical impairment and mental impairment. Background: Falls are a common cause of death for people over the age of 65....   [tags: Healthcare]
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Electronic Medical Records and Charting - Electronic Medical Records and Charting Today’s healthcare is changing, and more hospitals are commencing to go paperless using computers for both medical records and charting. Computers are widely accepted, in personal and professional settings. It is an essential requirement for computer literacy. Numerous advances in technology during the past decade require that nurses not only be knowledgeable in nursing skills but also to become educated in computer technology. While electronic medical records (EMR’s) and charting can be an effective time management tool, some questions have been asked on how exactly this will impact the role and process of nursing, and the ultimate effects on patie...   [tags: Medical Technology ]
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Preparing For A Tropical Cruise Vacation - Vacationing to certain tropical destinations might require more than what you think. After making reservations for the Cruise accommodations and flight arrangements you would think the tough part is over. I personally had no idea that going to the Bahamas would require more than valid state identification. I soon realized that I not only had to prepare for my financial needs, wardrobe attire, but also have proper documentation to go on the Cruise. First, you must figure out how much money or what type of credit cards or money can be used at the ports and on the ship....   [tags: Process Essays] 425 words
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Skill in Presenting Information Both Orally and in Writing - Skill in presenting information both orally and in writing. During my tenure with the National Cancer Institute (NCI), and especially in my current position, a substantial part of my duties has required strong skills in presenting information both orally and in writing. As an example of my oral communication skills, I was selected by the office Director to be a presenter at an NCI symposium on the documentation of cancer research. This symposium was designed to inform cancer researchers about the new methods of cancer documentation within the NCI guidelines....   [tags: essays research papers] 336 words
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Executive Summary: Kai Technology - Executive Summary Kai Technology is dedicated to providing our clients with the highest quality IT services in a cost-effective and timely manner. We recognize the importance of finding the right solution that meets the unique needs of your business. We build solutions that will help solve your problems, improve your bottom line and give you a true ROI. KAI Technology will provide the following services under this agreement: • Network Maintenance Services • Network Documentation • Scheduled Onsite Support Services • Service Call Network Maintenance Services - We take responsibility in providing the most secure and stable IT environment for your specific business needs....   [tags: Information Technology] 1462 words
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The Influence of Confucianism on Female-Theme Writings - “ The reason for the radical importance of gender every aspect of humanity is its unbreakable relation to the culture and civilization of a society”. --Qiao, Yi-Gang, Survey of Gender in Chinese Ancient Literature and Culture The history of Chinese literature, from the perspective of gender study, represents a male-centric narrative most of the time. Men are usually the protagonists of stories and historical documentations while women serving as peripheral characters who are given less attention by the authors....   [tags: Confucianism, Chinese literature]
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Semantic-Driven Visualized Model for Ecological Datasets - Semantic-Driven Visualized Model for Ecological Datasets Large volume of datasets in ecological science requires an understanding of metadata standards and assessment techniques in ecological research findings among diverse research groups. It requires a sharing medium of technical assistance and comprehensive definition of interpretations about the modeling concepts. It can lead to adhoc solutions subjected to growth and change in course of new ecological improvements and methodologies. It urges the need of self-learning initiative to understand the terms with their semantic relationships....   [tags: ontology, technology, management] 2428 words
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Adjusting to Technology in the Nursing Field With Lewin's Change Theory Model - ... Our charge nurse served as a change agent by bringing these facts to our attention and inquiring suggestions from everyone pertaining to a solution for these problems. At this time there were positive and negative feelings towards computerized charting. Driving forces were recognized from employees who saw the change as a challenge and a way to improve their patient care. Restraining forces were acknowledged from individuals who were intimidated and unfamiliar with the use of computers. Insufficient computer skills can often lead to increased anxiety levels (Wilkinson et al., 2008)....   [tags: unfreezing, charting, computers]
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The Ministry of Truth in Nineteen Eighty-Four - The goal of the Ministry of Truth is to restructure history to support their ideals. Workers in the Ministry of Truth change history as ordered by the Party. These constant revisions to previously recorded history have led to a lack of accurate written documentation of the history of Oceania. The Party is in complete control of the recording of the history of Oceania. ““Who controls the past,” ran the Party slogan, “controls the future: who controls the present controls the past.”” (Orwell, 34)....   [tags: George Orwell novel analysis] 600 words
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Management Functions in the Workplace-Part 2 - ######################### this says part two, so there mus be a part one somewhere ############################################# The innumerable functions of health care administrators in the workplace are diverse in nature. The scope of practice for this group encompasses the technical aspects of the day to day operations to the future planning of the organization. The Quality and Administrative Director that I interviewed focused her attention on the planning piece of her career. More specifically, she spoke of two important job functions that she regards as having the ability to be the most detrimental to any company....   [tags: health care management]
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