Islam was uniquely successful to attract people towards it where bloodshed was rarely required. Works Cited “Islam: A Worldwide Religion and its Impact in Southeast Asia.” N.p., n.d. Web. 29 March 2014. Adas, Michael, Marc Jason Gibert, Peter N. Stearns, and Stuart B. Schwartz.
Rao, S. R. (2008, June 01). Merits of companywide incentive plan. Retrieved March 30, 2014, from www.citeman.com: http://www.citeman.com/3350-merits-of-companywide-incentive-plan.html rms. (2013, January 29). Explain the various Group Incentive Wage Plans .
Although Islam always had a presence in Indonesia, during these years a significant proportion of the population converted to Islam and fostered the religion’s beliefs accordingly. This is still the majority religion today with over 88% of the Indonesian population being Muslim2 , and a Moderate Muslim party in government. Islam alongside Protestantism, Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism will continue to remain amongst the six recognised religions in the nation. 3 It is emphasised upon in the Indonesian constitution that “We: the people of Indonesia, hereby declare Indonesia’s independence. Matters concerning the transfer of power and other matters will be executed in an orderly manner and in the shortest time possible.” 1 Following the const... ... middle of paper ... ...ol Wilson Indonesia We the government of Indonesia believe in the principle of religious freedom, and right to practice one’s religious beliefs in accordance to law.
Teaching Plan for Healthy People 2020, MICH-16.1 Preconception education for women over forty years old The community health problem identified by Healthy People 2020 (2013) indicates a need for education that “increases the proportion of women delivering a live birth who discussed preconception health with a health care worker prior to pregnancy” (p. 3). My teaching plan will focus on women over 40 years old. The focus of preconception care has evolved over time. Preconception care had focused on women who had previously had an unfavorable pregnancy outcome. Barry (2011) states, “preconception care should be discussed with every woman at every opportunity” (p. 68-74).
They trained their staffs to educate new mothers about the important of breastfeeding (Mahone, 1996). Also, media campaigns reach and inform pregnant and lactating women and father the important of breastfeeding. The campaigns also reach general public about breastfeeding benefit through using public service announcements on radio, television, and in newspapers, journals, and magazines. From the campaigns, the publics are more aware of advantages of breastfeeding and women are more contented breastfeeding in public (Arias, 2005). Effective planning processes, techniques, and methods will make a major impact in healthcare policies and political initiatives.
In Oman health organization and community are working hard to encourage breastfeeding. As we can see by making health education programs on breastfeeding, organizing activities, counseling for mothers Finally, in my opinion, all of these reasons is not persuade to deprive the baby from his chance of breastfeed expect the health status of the mother. Actually, breastfeeding is decision that mother make and if the mother concerning about her baby health she will breastfeed them exclusively for the first month of life. Also, breastfeeding mother should be encouraged by her family by providing healthy diet for mother and suitable environment to allow her to breastfeed the baby.
“A public health nurse is a nurse who works to promote and protect the health of an entire population” (Allender, Rector, & Warner, 2010, p. 839) the public health nurse I chose to interview was Barbara, she currently works for the Health department and has been there for three years. During the interview Barbara discussed the requirements for a public health nurse. The individual must have the ability to exercise independent judgment, planning and able to administer safe effective public nursing care. In addition be able to work effectively with individuals and families to assist them in the satisfactory solution of health problems, by recognizing and respecting of different cultural, ethnic and difference on health care practices. The nurse is also required to know disease prevention such as, different techniques on teaching, counseling, interviewing and resources available.
Breastfeeding for Diabetic Women Breastfeeding has been associated with many health benefits for children. Mothers are recommended to breastfeed immediately after delivery, in the delivery room. The first milk is very important to the future health of the baby and many research activities conducted over the years, have confirmed this. This paper shall discuss a research carried out by Chertok, Raz, Shoham, Haddad and wiznitzer (2009) to show the importance of breastfeeding by diabetic mothers. This paper seeks to show that indeed, breastfeeding is crucial to the health of a baby despite the diabetic status of the mother.
How do sonographers provide explanations about risk and uncertainty and respond to questions raised by pregnant women during the ultrasound scan encounters (see Chapter 7)?1.4 Overview of chapters The rest of this chapter provides an outline (context and scene setting) of the research area that is followed by a background of the U.K. maternity care provision. The literature looks at the experiences of pregnant women, the advancements in ultrasound technology and the professional role of sonographers. Chapter 2 will draw on the sociological notions of normality, risk, uncertainty and reassurance within biomedicine. I argue that a societal emphasis on foetal development and a healthy baby have embraced the medicalisation of pregnancy using technological advancements. These prenatal screening processes have opened differing opinions relating to ‘quality control’, authoritativ... ... middle of paper ... ...nd 9 include two entire case studies, which are contrastive to demonstrate the strategic approach used by the sonographer to give information about a scan finding, are shown.
By providing teaching on breastfeeding the nurse can educate, reassure, support, and assist the mother in being successful with their latch and baby’s nutritional intake while developing her breastfeeding confidence. This reflection will explore my health teaching experience, as well as the importance of the role the nurse plays as a breast feeding educator for new moms or moms with multiple children. On my second clinical day I was able to embody the educator role, and be an active participant in health teaching with my first mother and baby assignment. The mother I was caring for gave birth in the early hours of the morning, and had a successful feed following shortly after. Unfortunately after this during later feeds baby did not seem interested with the breast.