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A Qualitative Study of Charge Nurse Competencies - There have been relatively few informative studies examining what to look for in an effective Charge Nurse. The occupation of Charge Nurse is exhibited by effective leadership and is tantamount to the successful running of a Nursing Unit. It is well-known that successful nursing leaders have the ability to think on their feet, while effortlessly solving day-to-day problems. Their duties combine administrative, educational, along with clinical expertise. The qualitative research study that was examined in this article uses grounded theory to determine what makes a good charge by using the experiences and observations of staff nurses, charge nurses along with nurses in upper management along with review of past articles and studies....   [tags: Nursing Qualitative Study]
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Walt Disney Company Case Study - Walt Disney Company Case Study PART I Why is Disney so successful The success of Disney is a combination of creativity and innovations, and the managerial ability to identify and take advantage of every possible synergy. Walter Disney was the entrepreneur who had the creative skills. Knowing his limitations, he let other people do what he couldn't do good enough himself. This is an important skill, as it leads to quality products being made. The step from making short cartoons to doing full length cartoons and later live-action movie production is quite natural....   [tags: Business Management Case Study Essays, solution] 1558 words
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The Unemployment Experience: Questions and Answers - The Unemployment Experience: Questions and Answers Let me begin by suggesting you answer a few questions about being unemployed. This could help you find areas which might need some work. Furthermore this will be a good discussion to have with spouse, family or at a clergy support group or gathering. What impact would unemployment have on your significant relationships. How would you "end" or change your relationship with your current work site during the last stages. Would you move out of the community, if not how would you relate to them....   [tags: Unemployment ] 1871 words
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Euthanasia Answers the Prayers of the Dying - Euthanasia Answers the Prayers of the Dying    "The good death." "Dying with dignity." "Assisted-suicide." Those are all terms for what doctors call euthanasia. Euthanasia is physician-assisted suicide, carried out by lethal injection or excessive barbiturates. In 1991 Jack Kevorkian assisted two women who were chronically ill to die. This was the first publicized case of euthanasia. Since then lawmakers have wondered if euthanasia should be legal in every state. Since Americans have control over every aspect of their lives, they should have control over if and when they die....   [tags: Assisted Suicide Essay] 1161 words
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Rendell Company Case Study - Rendell Company Case Study Executive Summary This report will give us a clear perspective as to what the optimal organizational structure that suits Rendell Company plus some additional control system in attaining the company’s main objectives. We will be also tackling the roles, functions and responsibilities of a controller in an organization. This case takes us into Rendell Company which is currently having problems between the corporate controller and the divisional controller. We assessed the advantages and disadvantages of the organization structure of Martex whether it can be applied and be implemented to Rendell Company in order to resolve the problem....   [tags: Business Case Study Essays, solution] 951 words
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Eugen Bleuler and Emil Kraepelin - Pioneers in the Study of Schizophrenia - Eugen Bleuler and Emil Kraepelin - Pioneers in the Study of Schizophrenia Schizophrenia is a complex syndrome characterized by cognitive and emotional dysfunctions including delusions and hallucinations, disorganized speech and behavior, and inappropriate emotions. Since there is no cure to this disorder, clinicians rely on the DSM IV to differentiate between symptoms. The symptoms of the disorder can disrupt a person’s perception, thought, speech, and movement in almost every aspect of daily functions....   [tags: Study of Schizophrenia] 705 words
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Case Study: An Information System for Use in Surveillance Rounds - Case Study: An Information System for Use in Surveillance Rounds The equipment located in a facility at the Los Alamos National Laboratories (LANL) is monitored in order to ensure its safe operation. While critical components are continuously monitored and controlled by an automated system most of the non-vital support equipment is checked daily without the use of information technology (IT). Instead, technicians conduct surveillance rounds to check that equipment is operating properly within specified parameters....   [tags: Case Study]
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Nike Case Study - Nike Case Study “Nike is criticized for using sweatshops in countries like Indonesia and Mexico. The company has been subject to much critical coverage of the often poor working conditions and the exploitativeness of the cheap overseas labor.” – answers.com 1.     Should Nike be held responsible for working conditions in foreign factories that it does not own, but where sub-contractors make product for Nike.       Yes, but I do not believe that the firm is 100% responsible since it is the sub-contractors who operate and create conditions for workers....   [tags: Nike Sports Business Case Study Essays, solution] 866 words
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Case Study of Dell Computer Corporation - Case Study of Dell Computer Corporation Introduction Michael Dell founded Dell Computer Corporation in 1984 with a simple vision and business concept – that personal computers can be built to order and sold directly to consumers. Michael believed his approach had two advantages: (i) by passing distributors and retail dealers eliminated the markups of resellers, and (ii) building to order greatly reduced the costs and risks associated with carrying large stocks of parts, components and finished goods....   [tags: Business Marketing, Case Study, solution] 1652 words
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Board Leadership: The Hewlett- Packard (HP) and Pretexting Case Study - The problem to be investigated is the ethical dilemmas faced by Board members that impact their ability to be effective leaders. This problem relates to the ethical issues raised in the Hewlett- Packard (HP) and Pretexting: Spying on the Board case study which was an examination of leaking Board sensitive information and the investigation of board members. As such this essay explores key factors relating to: (a) the drivers for the investigation and the tacit approval of this conduct; (b) issues of legal versus ethical conduct; (c) issues missed when analyzing the pretext decision and; (d) the governance strengths and weaknesses of the HP board....   [tags: Case Study]
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Religion in Public Schools - More Questions than Answers - Prayer in Public Schools - More Questions than Answers   Censorship is a very broad topic.  Is it good or bad?  Often, we ask ourselves if such things need to exist because of the First Amendment right.  It states, "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances."  (Amendments.)  In the case Ginzberg v....   [tags: School Prayer]
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The Study of Literature - The Study of Literature I finally understand the study of literature. As an English major, a reader/ writer/ poet who has spent a great deal of time reading the works of others and writing about them, I am reminded of something I have heard my father, a teacher, say repeatedly about the modern American attitude toward education. "Nobody learns just to learn," he observes sadly, pointing out the way in which students often view particularly higher education as some kind of training ground for a career....   [tags: English Literature Essays] 1159 words
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Age Study - Now so more than at any other time in human history people are living longer due to such things as advances in medicine to just healthy lifestyle choices. To some extent the reason why those of the older generation may be living longer is because of simply living simply. Quite often you will hear from the older generation that life moved at a slower pace or that if they wanted something they had to work hard and save for it. Attitude and acceptance played a big part and just being content with how life was seemed the to be the norm....   [tags: Research Study Analysis] 2308 words
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Medical Ethics Case Study - Introduction Professionals in every field are always confronted with some kind of ethical issues. It has however been noted that these ethical issues become high in magnitude and extent when public officials are involved. Due to the involvement of human life, an industry like healthcare holds ethics in highest regard. Even though these healthcare practitioners are highly trained to deal with issues of these kinds, their decisions can sometimes have a lasting impact on their professional and personal lives (Edwards 2009)....   [tags: Case Study]
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Social Work Case Study - Ms. Apple is a 45 year old African American woman who has been a widow for about 4 years. Ms. Apple has three children, whose ages range from 5-12 years old. Ms. Apple has been struggling to keep her family afloat since the death of her husband. Ms. Apple convinced herself that she would not require the extra assistance. However, she realized in attempting to provide alone has not only become very strenuous, but also quite costly. Expenses have become overwhelming for Ms. Apple to maintain, since her husband took care of the finances and was the breadwinner for the family....   [tags: Case Study ]
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Nursing Case Study: HIV - ... By discussing her HIV status with a counselor she will found out she is not only in this disease process. The Center for Disease Control, estimates that about 1.1 million Americans are living with HIV, and that 21% of these persons do not know they are infected. LaToya must disclose her status to her husband not only for his acknowlwdgement of the exspourse but also to enlist his support of her positive status. Without discloser this secrecy can lead to social withdrawal and isolation of HIV infected persons....   [tags: Nursing Case Study]
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Validating the Research Study - To increase the reliability and validity of this research study, a pilot test was conducted with the purpose of finding possible mistakes or confusions in the instrument. As Wilson (2006) explains, a pilot study refers to developing the questionnaires with a small sample of the population and under the same circumstances as the real data collection process. The pilot test for this research study was conducted among 20 students of London Metropolitan University, specifically located at Holloway road campus....   [tags: Research Analysis ] 1153 words
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Visual Ethnographic Research Study - Throughout the young lives of children, there are many methods that can be used to interpret and understand their respective childhoods. We can appreciate that each child has a unique way of interpreting their childhood and through different methods, they have a distinctive way of how each of them perceive their childhood to be. One excellent methodology that children can show what they recognize about their childhood to be is with the concept of photo-voice. Photo-voice grants each child the capability of capturing visual moments through the use of photographs....   [tags: Visual Ethnography] 1515 words
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Critical Evaluation of Epidemiological Study - Study Objectives and Design An outbreak of Salmonella Saintpaul (S. Saintpaul) in Australia lead to an investigation, aimed at finding out what caused the increase in the number of human infections. The outbreak occurred in six Australian Jurisdictions with its epicenter in the South eastern mainland between September and November 2006 (Munnoch et al., 2009). The cases were confirmed by isolating the strain of S. Saintpaul in faecal specimen, by detection of routine surveillance (Munnoch et al., 2009)....   [tags: Health, The S. Saintpaul Infection] 2132 words
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The Study of Personality and Time Perception - There have been many studies in the past which have investigated the effect of personality on our mental abilities. For instance Hannon et al. (1995) conducted research into the effect of extraversion and introversion on long term and short term forthcoming memory. Results show extroverts came up with less errors in comparison to introverts in regards to short and long term memory. In this present study we aim to investigate the effects of extraversion and introversion on time perception. With the directional hypothesis suggesting there will be a negative correlation between extraversion and time perception, it is later noted that this isn't the case, resulting in the hypothesis being rejected....   [tags: Psychology]
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Why Study Humanities? - I want to take this occasion to address one of the most prominent criticisms of the humanities today. I am not referring to criticism of more recent vintage, which takes to task the humanities for a supposed excess of political correctness; this complaint we can set aside as the ideologically motivated lament that it surely is. Rather, I’m speaking of the more long-standing critique that takes the humanities to task for its inconsequence, its uselessness. The presumption that underwrites this critique is simple: its claim is that we do not learn anything by attending to the objects of humanities research....   [tags: Humanities] 2452 words
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Case Study for AcuScan, Inc - Case Study for AcuScan, Inc I am the newly hired Vice President of Organizational Development. My responsibilities include creating the Organizational Development Department. I look forward to working with all of you especially with finding a new and improved product based on our already developed retinal scanning system iScanner. First of all I am going to discuss assumptions made by Kelly Thomas, Pat Lambert, Cliff O’Connor and Chris Martinas. After each employee assumptions will be their arguments and my evaluation of whether the argument is sound or unsound and why....   [tags: Business Management Essays] 1333 words
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Making Homemade Cupcakes - Is it a special occasion or some ones birthday. Why don’t you make them something special. Take some time out of your day to make some homemade cupcakes. Making cupcakes yourself is cheaper than buying store bought cupcakes and you have the ability to make them anyway you want. The first thing that you will need to do is leave yourself about an hour and a half to spend in the kitchen. Once you have decided to make cupcakes, you need to gather your materials. You will need one box of cake mix that you have bought from the grocery store....   [tags: Process Essay, How-To Essay] 808 words
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Case Study # 1 Adolescent Development - Case Study # 1 Adolescent Development 1. From a developmental standpoint, how might we explain Ashley’s preoccupation with her appearance. In 1967, Dr. David Elkind defined adolescent egocentrism as adolescents’ believing that everyone around them is as concerned about their appearance as they are. He reported that adolescents tend to relax with this idealism the older they get (Schwartz, Maynard, Uzelac page 441). Though the case study scenario depicts a younger student, the example it provides is relevant to the study....   [tags: Psychology]
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Leadership Without Easy Answers - Ronald A. Heifetz is well versed in leadership issues. Once a psychiatrist, he is now the director of the Leadership Education Project at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University. He founded the Center for Public Leadership where he is the “King Hussein bin Talal Senior Lecturer” (“Harvard Kennedy School”, n.d.). Much of the leadership experience poured into Leadership Without Easy Answers is primarily derived from Heifetz’ work in Washington, D.C. observing the political leadership structures of the entire nation....   [tags: Literary Review ]
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Multiple Case Study Analysis - Summary This is an 8-page education research paper that explores the qualitative research method known as Multiple Case Study Analysis. It will look at design, implementation, and analysis. It will further touch on what is meant by a case study in itself. It is supported by 5 sources, which are presented in APA format. Running head: MULTIPLE CASE STUDY ANALYSIS 1 Multiple Case Study Analysis MULTIPLE CASE STUDY ANALYSIS 2 Multiple Case Study Analysis Introduction As asserted by Stake (2006), “The multicase study is a special effort to examine something having lots of cases, parts, or members” (p....   [tags: Education, case study, definition, solution]
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Trouble at City Zoo Case Study - Table of Contents Executive Summary 2 Introduction 3 Inventory of facts/findings 3 Organization’s Background 4 Statement of Problems 5 Analysis of Causes 6 Theory Application 8 Proposed Solution(s) 9 Recommendations/Suggestions for Future 13 Conclusion 15 Works cited 16 Team Charter 17 Swot, Mind map, Rational Decision Making Model and Brainstorm 20 Exhibits, Diagrams, Pictures charts 24   Executive Summary This paper reviews and analyzes three main issues with the first one being leadership....   [tags: Business Management, Case Study]
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BMW Case Study - Globalization of Manufacturing Operations - BMW CASE: Globalizing Manufacturing Operations INTRODUCTION This case focus on the dilemma that the president of BMW Manufacturing Corp., Al Kinzer, faced in 1995 in relation to BMW's new plant at Spartanburg, South Carolina and a dramatically increased demand in the U.S. market for the Z3 model. To study the BMW case, the background information and role of new plant at Spartanburg will be described at the beginning. Secondly, the 3 alternatives options will be analyzed and compared accordingly to determine a proper conclusion....   [tags: Business, Case Study, solution] 1755 words
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New York Times Digital Case Study - ... The New York Times, its major asset, has been published for well over a century. However, unlike other news organizations that separated their business and editorial sides with a “Chinese Wall” to maintain editorial independence, the CEO of New York Times Digital reported to both the general manager and editor of The New York Times. Because this industry relies on advertising for most revenue, it is highly volatile to fluctuations in the economy. Although the newspaper has withstood previous fluctuations such as the Great Depression, the emergence of radio, television, and 24-hour cable television news channels, it has managed to survive by rethinking their strategy and adapting the new technological advances....   [tags: Case Study Analysis] 2027 words
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Gifted and Talented Case Study - After reading Eduardo’s situation I believe that his instruction that he has been given does not cater to his interest such as role playing such as he would do in the Hispanic drama club. I would need to incorporate Eduardo’s strengths in my 9th grade history lessons. If there is a gifted and talented program in the high school that I am teaching in, I would refer him to the gifted and talented program. Students who are labeled as gifted and talented in the classroom face challenges of acceptance from their peers....   [tags: Case Study]
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Case Study in Global Business: Global Communication Problems - ... The way it was discovered was three years worth of these types of transactions were accumulate in an account and it resulted in charges recognized in excess of 3 million USD. If this was caught early on and communicated throughout the company a good portion of those taxes could have been avoided. Doing business in Russia is very complex particularly invoicing the customer. When a new country is added to a service contract a local service agreement is drawn up between the customer in that country, and the vendor....   [tags: communications case study]
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The Cognitive Revolution and Scientific Study of Psychology - The cognitive revolution in psychology was a period during the 1950’s and 1960’s which involved radical changes to two major concepts in psychology which are consciousness and causality. It was also a period that saw to the abolishment of traditional science values of dichotomy and the worship of atomisation in science, replacing reductive micro deterministic views of personhood with holistic top-down view (Overskeid, 2008) The aim of this essay is to give an account of what constitutes the cognitive revolution, and also assess the contributions that the cognitive revolution has made to the scientific study of psychology....   [tags: Psychology]
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Looking for Answers in Looking for Richard - Looking for Answers in Looking for Richard       Al Pacino's "Looking for Richard" is an unusual film. It is a documentary about the complexities of Shakespeare, the performing of the play Richard III, and the ignorance of the average American regarding Shakespeare. The unusual nature of the film - it's similar to a filmed Cliff-notes version of the text - provokes wildly different reactions from film buffs, critics, and Shakespeare purists. A perusal of five different reviews of the film show such variant descriptors that range from Mary Brennan's comment that the documentary is "decidedly narcissistic" to Edwin Jahiel's comment that the film is an "original, mesmerizing exploration." The rather wide incongruity between the reviews leads to an interesting juxtaposition of its critiques, as we examine the reasons "Looking for Richard" incites such strong responses from its proponents and detractors....   [tags: Looking for Richard Essays]
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Clean Energy Production: No Easy Answers - ... These levels are small compared to gas and coal burning (U.S. Department of Energy, 2009). Currently, renewable energy is more expensive to produce than other types of energy, but this is destined to change with the depletion of nonrenewable resources. The supply of renewable energy is not dependable. Electricity production with renewables is dependent on location, time, and climate (U.S. Department of Energy, 2009). Also, most renewable resources are located in remote locations. These remote locations complicate the transportation of electricity, which needs to be delivered through electrical lines....   [tags: pollution, renewable energy]
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Fraud Case Study - Embezzlement has become more common in the last few years. No one knows for sure whether the problem has increased due to the bad economy, less ethical behavior among employees or other attitudes toward the government or businesses in general. Charleston, South Carolina is no exception to the rising number of fraud cases. Every year more cases are being discovered and exposed to the public. One such case is the embezzlement of cash from a county owned garage. The embezzlement case of Martina Moultrie Richardson will be discussed as well as types of evidence desired in this case, methods/procedures for gathering the evidence and procedures for cataloging and maintaining the evidence....   [tags: Case Study ]
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The Study of Social Services Organizations - The study of social services organisations, their structure, strategy and the quality of services they provide is significant to outcomes for service users and to professional development. A sociological perspective defines an organisation as a “social unit” constructed to carry out a specific function in order to reach a specific goal (Fulcher and Scott, 2007). How the organisation reaches its goals is dependent entirely upon the type of membership, mechanisms and motivations behind the function....   [tags: social services organizations,]
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Jamie Dimon and Bank One: A Case Study - ... In other words, he is the right CEO for a very wrong time in corporate America. That's not to say Dimon is a saint. He is, in fact, an insanely demanding, emotional manager who often drives his troops crazy. Yet if it's important to investigate what works in the executive suite along with what's clearly broken, then the man from Bank One is one for the textbooks. As Arthur Levitt, the crusading former chairman of the SEC, puts it, "Jamie Dimon is the un-Enron." http://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/fortune_archive/2002/07/22/326269/index.htm d. How would you feel if you were an employee at Bank One....   [tags: Bank One Case Study]
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Omega, Inc. Case Study - Abstract This paper presents a case study regarding Omega, Inc. that has a contract sales force for its products. The contractors are employed by independently operated franchised dealers and do not work directly for Omega. Recently, Omega provided a training program for the sales force designed to improve sales performance and the franchisees instituted a performance management system to measure goal accomplishment. There are six primary steps in a performance management system and this paper will review five of the six steps as each relates to the subsequent step....   [tags: Business Case Study ]
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A Case Study of the International Finance Corporation in Nigeria - A Case Study of the International Finance Corporation in Nigeria IFC Mission- ‘To promote sustainable private sector investment in developing countries.’ “The World Bank’s role, in my opinion, is to help improve the business environment in the developing countries so that the private sector can drive growth.”- Mr. Peter Woicke, Executive Vice President of the World Bank Group (WBG) in charge of the International Finance Corporation (IFC) - Lagos, August 2004. At the time Mr. Woicke was speaking, IFC involvement in Nigeria had reached $200million in investment commitments, a figure quickly surpassed in less than a year from that date (as at June 2005, IFC investment in Nigeria was to the tune of $290million)....   [tags: Economics Business Case Study Essays, solution] 4147 words
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A Study of Outsiders Integrating Into a Puritan Community - A Study of Outsiders Integrating Into a Puritan Community Popular mythology conjures up images of Puritan New England as a pious, homogenous, agrarian community, a "Citty upon a Hill" intended to inspire the English homeland to turn to Puritan ways.(1) However, Puritan New England was more than a collection of small, agrarian communities. The harbors of New England supported shipping and fishing industries, and abundant timber and ore supplies inspired the Puritans of North America to pursue a colonial version of the English iron industry....   [tags: American America History]
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