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Technology: High Gratification, Low Patience

- Benjamin Franklin once said, “He that can have patience can have what he will”. But, is patience really necessary in today’s society. In recent years, the younger of us have grown up without the need for patience. We now live in a hyperconnected world we can process data, download a song, search a vast database for virtually unlimited information, send a message, or even order pizza, all with the click of a button. We constantly thirst for better, faster, and easier technology to help us keep up with our lives....   [tags: Technological Advancements, Patience]

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Patience is a Virtue

- Imagine you find yourself contemplating the deadline of a promise made to you by your closest loved one. How would you feel if the promise was to be fulfilled nearly four decades ago. Would you have even waited. Mary E. Wilkins Freeman's “The Revolt of Mother” illustrates a devoted, yet strong-minded housewife who takes the initiative to hold her husband accountable to his word, how her actions positively influence her children, and how it inevitably alters the nature of her marriage. Sarah Penn is an ideal housewife who, despite her husband’s hidden agendas, manages to make Adoniram’s disregarded promise a reality for her family....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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Patience Necessary for the 21st Century

- ... The children were loud, obnoxious, and bad-mannered. They had absolutely no disregard for anyone but themselves. The first time I met them I was about ready to run for the hills. But the parents couldn’t bear to be without a sitter and I couldn’t bear to be without a job or money. So, that same week I marched myself into the home of the crazy kids that would forever change me. I spent a significantly large amount of time with these kids; 3 rambunctious little boys and 2 whiny and bratty girls....   [tags: income, babysitting, gratitude]

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Patience Wright: Artist or Spy?

- 1775: The American Revolution officially starts. 1783: The American Revolution finally comes to an end. There are numerous of hardships, victories, secrets, and untold stories throughout these eight long years. It makes us wonder how it was possible for the American colonies, being the underdogs, to beat what was thought to be one of the leading countries of the time, England. It took a lot of hard work, determination and art to win this battle. You heard right, art, as in wax figures, sculptures, busts, and much more made by Patience Wright....   [tags: American History, American Revolution]

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How The Skill Of Patience

- How to Develop the Skill of Patience Imagine you’re stuck in traffic right now. Cars lined up, bumper to bumper, as far as you can see. Every so often, the person in front of you inches forward, but only for a few feet. There’s nowhere to go. Even if you wanted to get off at the next exit, it wouldn’t happen any time soon. Does being stuck in traffic make your blood boil. Are you sizing up the other lines, trying to figure out which is moving incrementally faster, and how you can squeeze in. Are you watching the clock on your dashboard and cursing every minute that goes by....   [tags: Thought, Mind, Emotion, Frustration]

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Patience, Process And Practice

- Stephanie Mora Professor Melee Writing 01 Section 59 Prompt #2 11 September 2012 Patience, Process and Practice Through most of my time in high school, I always found myself writing more of exploratory writing for two simple reasons; it took a shorter amount of time, and relating writing to my personal experiences was something I had no need to look up. Exploratory writing is a time to take advantage to relate your own personal experiences and an attempt to make a connection with a certain reading....   [tags: Essay, Writing, Five paragraph essay, Writer]

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The Importance of Having Patience and Saving Money

- Beginning at the age of six, Americans begin to attend school. They will spend the majority of their time in this learning environment until they graduate high school and probably college. During this time, people are educated about different subjects in the hopes that it will help them live a profitable life. What is a better way to solve a problem, than by teaching people about the causes and how to not get cheated. The current housing crisis could have been averted if the American people had been properly educated about how to handle banking and loan situations....   [tags: Personal Finance]

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Patience is the Key When Trying to Conceive

- Hello everyone, I would like to start off a common quote, a quote I believe is a solution to every problem. “Patience is Key”. So a question that has one of the most immutable answers we all know is, why are humans so desperate to advance in life, that they would go against themselves, God, and Nature, just to achieve their goal. Yes of course it is in our nature, but after I think about the answer I wonder, as human’s do we not separate moral from immoral. Today I am going to discuss how scientists are now able to change the gender of a baby, before it’s even born....   [tags: birth, pgd, God]

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Community Service Taught Me Patience

- “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” ― Mahatma Gandhi I was surprised by a call from an acquaintance that took horseback riding lessons with me a few years ago. She was looking for volunteers to assist at the Children’s Rehab Center. I accepted her offer, thinking of how much fun it would be to be around horses once again. My volunteer work with disabled children, horses and physical therapists helped me learn to be more patient with myself and others....   [tags: Volunteer Work, Service Learning]

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Poverty Has Taught Me Patience

- I am now able to breakeven-and then some, occasionally- when it comes to my bank account. However, it hasn’t always been this way. Growing up, income was a struggle to come by in my household. With a father who wasn’t present, and a mother who had 4 children, rent, traveling expenses, and student loans to consider, money didn’t come easy. Poverty has taught me understanding. I knew at an early age just how hard bills, and living can be to pay. I witnessed my mom struggle,and I personally felt the effects of low income well....   [tags: Family, Mother, Gift, Grandparent]

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Ethics - Virtue of Patience

- Virtue and Patience In order to survive these days, there need to be at least some standards and goals of morality in a person's life. Moral excellence is definitely hard to achieve, but is something worth while to attempt. Personally, there are many distractions and obstructions the present day provides, creating a difficulty of direction in my own life. I need to overcome obstacles such as peer pressure in order to become a confident, successful person. The present day provides impediments which I believe I can overcome by way of morality and virtue....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Patience in The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

- Benjamin Franklin said it best “He that can have patience can have what he will.” In the novel The Great Gatsby we were introduced to Jay Gatsby, a young man who always fought for what he wanted. Gatsby was a wealthy young man who hosted extravagant parties with the hope that the girl he loves, Daisy Buchanan, will attend one. He would do anything to gain the social status he thought was necessary to win Daisy’s love. Gatsby’s judgment is clouded by the thought of being with Daisy Buchanan. He’s do anything, at any cost....   [tags: jay, tom, daisy]

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Warhol : An Innovator Of Something Really Takes Time And Patience

- Miriam Jackson Professor Curtis ART 306 11/23/2014 Andy Warhol Pre- Innovator Being an innovator of anything really takes time and patience. There is also an understood risk that comes with inventing anything. There is a huge risk that the general population will not like what you are presenting to them. Innovator are the people that will take the biggest risks, but they are the ones that enjoy the biggest success if their idea is accepted. Any Warhol was a person that enjoyed the biggest success as people accepted and embraced him....   [tags: Andy Warhol, Pop art, Carnegie Mellon University]

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My Writing Skills And Patience Have Been Tried

- Throughout my journey in ENG-111, both my writing skills and patience have been tried. From having to relearn how to write an analytical thesis statement to being able to write a critique with ease, I would say that I have traveled many miles down the road of furthering the development of my writing skills. While taking this class, I have become a more skilled and confident writer by the exasperating challenge of having to relearn things that I thought I already knew. Before taking ENG-111, due to already have taken Advanced Placement English classes, I believed that my writing skills were well-above average....   [tags: Writing, Essay, Essays, Katy Perry]

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Devepment Requires, Hard Work, Patience, and Effort

- Development of every single thing occurs only step by step and there is no other way for this. It never happens rapidly and suddenly. It is hard and continuous process, which requires patience and a lot of effort. Our world developed the same way. Every single step or we can say period of world history brought some new, crucial and influential innovations to people’s lives. One of such periods is the time between second half of the 17th century and first half of 20th century. This is the period from the end of Thirty Years’ War – Peace of Westphalia (1648) and the beginning of World War I (1914)....   [tags: lincoln, civil war, karl marx]

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Learning Patience and Responsibility at Hell's Pizza

- Learning Patience and Responsibility at Hell's Pizza Even the job from hell can teach you patience and responsibility. When you hear the name Peter Piper Pizza, you may think a fun family restaurant. When I hear Peter Piper Pizza I get chills down my spine. Having worked there for about two years, I started to get annoyed over every little thing that was a part of my job. I had the worst position that they had, Game Technician. When I first applied for the job, the game guy was going to be the easiest job that I could find....   [tags: Peter Piper Pizza Jobs Workplace Essays]

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Analysis Of Nikki Giovanni 's ' Patience, And I Wrote A Good Omelet '

- Nikki Giovanni is an American writer, commentator, activist, and educator. One of the worlds most well known African American poets during the late 60’s and early 70’s. Still, few readers seem to have realized that two of Giovanni’s poems “Patience,” and “I Wrote a Good Omelet” share the same topic and develop similar themes. In fact, Giovanni illustrates her common topic between the two poems through the two characters that are portrayed as lovers in her poems. Both women are madly in love and enslaved to their companions by the love they feel....   [tags: Poetry, Love, Academy Award for Best Actress]

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Friendships, Love and Patience in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain

- ... Nevertheless, he showed no concern of what society thought and risked keeping Jim’s confidential information. Gradually, Huck began to exceed society’s barrier between friendships of black and white people. Huck battled with his childhood teachings and morality as he struggled to make a decision between right and wrong. As the two approached the city of Cairo, Jim constantly praised Huck for keeping his promise with him. Guilt bubbled inside of Huck when he came to realize that he was committing a big sin if he helped free a slave....   [tags: slave, jim, guilt]

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The Hearing And Deaf Cultures Learn From Each Other Is Tolerance And Patience

- Lessons that individuals from the hearing and deaf cultures learn from each other is tolerance and patience, since the hearing impaired have their own way of communicating, the hearing culture has to learn other ways to be able to communicate with the deaf and this takes dedication and the ability to understand the way that communication affects others. Sign language, written word, reading lips and the use of pictures or other visual aids will allow a person to communicate effectively, so that the hearing impaired can understand....   [tags: Communication, Writing, Hearing impairment]

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Being A Dermatologist Requires A Kind Of Determination, Hard Work, And Patience

- Being a dermatologist requires a lot of determination, hard work, and patience. It’s not easy to get into this field, but it well worth it. Dermatologists are physicians that specialize to treat certain disorders of the skin, hair, nails. The treatment they provide can range from helping patients improve the appearance of their skin to treating serious diseases, such as skin cancer. Dermatologists may provide general care or specialize in a specific type of practice such as cosmetic dermatology, which includes procedures such as botox, collagen injections, chemical peels, dermabrasion, laser surgery and liposuction....   [tags: Medicine, Physician, Dermatology, Medical school]

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The Power of Patience

- The Civil Rights Movement represents a “mass movement” were blacks unified to combat the ideologies of white supremacy, racism and discrimination. During this movement when challenging the social and political framework of society, blacks faced may obstacles. The books Walking with the Wind by John Lewis and Civilities and Civil Rights by William H. Chafe demonstrate the obstacles faced by the participants in the sit-ins and those faced by the Freedom Riders. Both the sit-ins and the Freedom Rides are examples of non-violence resistance used to show “firsthand the kind of anger and ugliness that the peaceful movement for civil rights was promoting in the South (Lewis, 99)”....   [tags: American History, Social Issues]

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Insights in A Celebration of Grandfathers by Rudolfo A. Anaya

- Ever since we have been able to walk and talk, we have always been told to respect our elders. As we grew older, we used this old piece of advice to get respect from younger siblings and underclassmen. This quote was established under the understanding that your elders hold more experience, therefore they are wiser. They are able to give you insight into your life, and the world around you. In Rudolfo A. Anaya’s, “A Celebration of Grandfathers”, three insights that he receives from his grandfather consist of having patience, praying for rain, and the transformation of life....   [tags: Patience, Love, Family]

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Rodeo Remedies in the Poem Slam, Dunk, and Hook

- Washakie County School District sponsors many sports and clubs. Sports include football, wrestling, soccer, basketball, track, cross country, and golf. Some clubs or other teams include key club, forensics team, FFA, and several others. But there are also several teams that the school district do not support or sponsor. Such as baseball, bowling, downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, ultimate frisbee and rodeo. In the poem, “Slam, Dunk, and Hook”, the author talks about the thrills of a sport and what people can learn from them....   [tags: patience, confidence, and frugality]

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The Four Negative Effects of Society by Alice Martin

- ... A very good example of this is when a child is, again, playing an online video game and his Internet connection goes haywire, resulting in his game lagging severely or him getting ejected from the lobby due to his bad connection. The child is now losing patience with his Wi-Fi when it could be an easy fix, such as a blown fuse. Martin goes on to talk about Declined Writing Skills. In today’s futuristic world, shortcuts are made literally everywhere, especially in technology. When students are assigned a formal paper to write, they may catch themselves using “u” instead of “you” due to the slang that is extremely common in digital communication....   [tags: modern technology, patience, interaction]

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My Daughter has Taught Me to be a Better Person

- ... Nowadays, I just tell the misinformed people she is special, and answer any questions that come my way without getting the least bit angry. Without having Alexis in my life, I am not sure I would be able to walk away so easily. In order to be so patient, I must have also gotten her inner strength. Being physically strong is nice, but being strong emotionally is much harder. I used to think I was tough having survived a rough childhood and other people’s addictions, but then I had my daughter....   [tags: seizures, patience, struggles]

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Job Report And Reaction From The Stock Market, Bond Markets, And The Federal Reserve 's Continued Patience

- Subject This report is to analysis the May jobs report and the reactions from the stock market, bond market, and the Federal Reserve’s continued patience to wait to increase interest rates. In the recent Wall Street articles the May jobs report was released and a 5.5% unemployment rate was an increase from last months 5.4%. The Federal Reserve wants to see more strength in the labor market. The Fed is expecting to see this strength being lead by rising wages. Also, the Fed is looking for signs of income growth to further push the economy’s momentum....   [tags: Central bank, Monetary policy, Great Depression]

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Tennis: A Sport for Everyone

- When I was a child, I was extremely skeptical of tennis. Many times when I visited my aunt, she would be intently watching tennis on her large, homely television. I did not understand her fascination at the time. I, like many others, did not appreciate the lure of the sport, and deemed it boring for many years. Then the summer before high school came, and I was looking for something new, so I decided to attend the county’s tennis camp. This, as I later realized, was the best decision I ever made....   [tags: Confidence, Patience, Exercise]

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Characteristics Of An Ideal Clinician

- In order to be an ideal clinician, it is important that you possess some very important traits. Empathic, compassionate, energetic, thoughtful, creative, confident, and friendly are just a few of these important traits. All of these traits help make the clinician the best that they could be for the patient. The patient is the top priority and possessing these traits will help the patient’s progress and well being in treatment. Not only is acquiring these traits important, but using these traits in skills that can be used in sessions are just as important too....   [tags: Hospital, Patient, Patience, Session]

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Parental Relationships in Poetry

- Poem at 39 written by Alice Walker focuses on the relationship between a father and daughter. From the first line, “How I miss my father”, it is already clear that Walker loves her father and wishes to be with him, but he is absent. When she was born her father was “so tired”. It is not clear why he was, but it might have been from the burden of another mouth to feed or from debt. She wishes that he had not been as tired as he was, showing that she cares about him and possibly feels guilty for making him feel worse during the tough times....   [tags: conflict, finances, patience]

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Personal Trainer Palo Alto: What are the Qualities to Look for When Hiring One?

- ... Getting fit and healthy will require a lot of patience because this is a goal that needs consistency in order to achieve it. Further, it should be seen as well in the personality of a personal trainer you want to work with. One of the reason you hired a personal trainer is because you have insufficient amount of knowledge of making yours goals into reality. Because of this, a client especially the beginners in this field will ask a lot of question, will expect a lot from their trainers and will be more doubtful in every procedure....   [tags: trainer, change, fitness, goals, patience]

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Asceticism in Buddhism and Hinduism

- Asceticism in Buddhism and Hinduism Asceticism is derived from the Greek word “askesis”, meaning practice, bodily exercise, and athletic training (Cambell). Early Christians adopted this concept to foretell of the spiritual things in order to acquire habits of virtue. Virtue is the behavior showing high moral standards. There also is natural asceticism in meaning it is for self-improvement and aims directly to natural virtues such as temperance, patience, and chastity. The following will explain what asceticism is, why asceticism is practiced, and the nature of asceticism practices in Hindu and Buddhist traditions....   [tags: Self Improvement, Temperance, Patience, Chastity]

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The Most Critical Talents a Teacher Must Possess

- The Most Critical Talents a Teacher Must Possess A.) In my opinion, the three most critical talents a teacher must possess are patience, creativity, and adaptability. Through the years I have grown to understand the saying, “Patience is a virtue.” I feel it is a gift to have the patience to work with a large group of children, whose needs and abilities range at different levels. Everyone becomes frustrated during his/her profession, but a teacher must have the ability to hide those frustrations so the happiness of every child will be ensured....   [tags: Patience Creativity Adaptability Teaching Essays]

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Practicing Patience as I Wait to Receive my Certificate of Ministry

- They say that if you work hard you can get where you want to be in life. I learned recently that you can’t always get what you want, even if you work hard to get it. For the last several years I’ve been studying with the Bible College, to get my Certificate of Ministry. Doing this in the hopes of making a lifelong dream come true, to go into full time ministry. With more than two years of study under my belt, and year of mentoring, I was ready to apply with the State District Council to get my Certificate of Ministry....   [tags: Ministry, Theology, personal narrative]

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Holistics Ways of Bringing Patience Relief Using Alternative Medicine

- There are many ways to treat different illnesses in western medicine, but there are even more when we look into complementary alternative medicine. As nurses, we can help our patients achieve the balance of mind-body-spirit through alternative holistic interventions. Our main focus as nurses should be to heal our patients as a whole and not just the body how western medicine looks at patients. The purpose of this paper is to discuss holistic ways of bringing our patients relief using alternative medicine....   [tags: passionflower, zen yoga, anxiety]

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Becoming A Physician Assistant ( Pa ) Profession

- It all started during my first year in college. I was taking prerequisites for pharmacy school initially, but when I first took anatomy, physiology, and other biology related courses, everything started to change for me. It intrigued me with how complex the human body is and how it worked, and wanted to study more about it. A few years ago, my mother slipped in the kitchen and tore her hand when it went under the range and caught on a sharp metal; I froze and felt helpless, did not know how to stop the bleeding, and had to ask a neighbor for aid before the ambulance arrived....   [tags: Physician, Patient, Hospital, Patience]

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Diagnosis Of An Eye Specialist 's Effectiveness

- Problem statement: Decrease the wait time and increase an eye specialist’s effectiveness in treating patients. It has become the norm for the initial wait time to between 30 minutes to up-to 2 hours from the time you enter the office and actually get to see the doctor. The time spent waiting versus actually spending time with the doctor is phenomenal. In addition, in today’s world most doctors are not connected to other institutions thereby needing endless paperwork and phone calls to confirm patient history from the primary care doctor....   [tags: Patient, Physician, Doctor, Patience]

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The Importance Of Nurses At The Bedside

- There are events, subtle or otherwise, leading up to a critical change in health status. As nurses at the bedside, we must have strategies and protocols implemented in order to monitor changes in vital signs and trends leading towards a cardiac, respiratory, or neurologic event. In a hospital setting, patients are monitored for changes in condition, whether it be improvement or deterioration, allowing clinicians to decide the course of action to follow in their care. In the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), patients are being monitored very closely while their vital signs, their neurological status, and their physical status are being managed with strong medications, lifesaving machines, and the cl...   [tags: Patient, Hospital, Delay, Patience]

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My Clinical Observation Of Trauma Unit

- For my first clinical observation, I was assigned to the trauma unit and it was not what I expected it to be. I thought the trauma unit would be fast pace and there would be nurses and doctors rushing everywhere, however, I did not see any of that. Instead, it was quite peaceful and this was probably because my clinical observation was from 10-12 p.m. When I met up with my senior nurse, she showed me a binder that contained all of her patients’ diagnoses, lab reports, treatments, and vital signs, which was a lot to take in because most of the terms she used, I had no idea what they were....   [tags: Hospital, Patient, Patience, Physician]

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Who Is The Most Difficult Situation?

- The most difficult situation I had to face was during my clinical rotations, when I was asked to explain to a patient the course of her disease and that she only had a few more days to live. The patient was diagnosed with an extremely malignant cancer known as osteosarcoma that had spread to most of her organs. I have never been in a situation like the one I was in and did not even know how to introduce the topic. I guess it is fair to say that I was going to encounter such a scenario one day or another....   [tags: Patient, Physician, Doctor, Patience]

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Working On A Medical Surgical Unit

- While working on a medical surgical unit, I was assigned to an 82-year-old female for purposes of this paper we will call her (Mrs. M) with an admitting diagnosis of CHF, SOB, dehydration and a past medical history of dementia. During my morning rounds I began my assessment of Mrs. M., and I noted that she had shortness of breath and she was making gurgling sounds. I immediately auscultated her lungs and noted bilateral wheezing throughout all fields, her heart was irregular and rapid and she had 2plus pitting pedal edema....   [tags: Physician, Patient, Patience, Nursing]

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My Future Career in Nursing

- My reasons for selecting a career in nursing stem directly from my desire to help our prospering population and community. This career appeals to me because it embodies what I strive to become, a person of influence, a guide, a respected adult, a mentor, and a person that can be trusted and looked up to with great passion. Another reason for selecting a career in nursing has a lot to do with my current job position at Generations Elder Care. Working with the elderly community at this personal care home has enriched my life in many ways, including one for my passion of learning more about the nursing field....   [tags: education, patience, compassion]

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Implementation Of Registration For Patients

- Project Summary: The Project will implement patient self-registration kiosks in a hospital to help speed up the process of registration for patients. The patient self-registration kiosks will be an easy and quick alternative to the normal form registration process in the hospital. The kiosks will enable patients to check in, sign forms and scan insurance cards all by themselves. These kiosk systems also reduce the workload on the registration personnel, who can help patients with more complicated registration, payment or other requirements and reduce the long-run costs of the hospital(Rhoads & Drazen, 2009)....   [tags: Patient, Physician, Patience, Hospital]

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Person-Centred and Relationship-Centred Care

- This essay is an exploration of my own perceptions about person-centred and relationship-centred care directives from the positive and the negative perceptions of effectiveness felt from all stakeholders. Reflecting on my original thoughts relating to providing a person-centred care directive has not changed, it has only become firmer, especially with the addition of relationship-centred care. Person-centredness is the underpinning I received in my training as a counsellor, with one of my elective units being family and relationships....   [tags: empathy, counseling, patience]

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An Exercise Program Involves Improving Strength, Balance And Gait

- Otago. Otago is an exercise program that involves improving strength, balance and gait. The program involves 17 exercises that vary in difficulty. The exercises include shoulder rolls, marching in place, calf raises, knee bends, sit to stand, calf stretches and other similar exercises. The exercises can also be increased in difficulty by adding weights. The first day of the program, the physical therapist assesses the patient for tolerance to exercise and adjusts the program and speed based on the patient individual situation (Liston, 2014)....   [tags: Patient, Health care provider, Patience]

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Benefits And Blunders Of The Biological Model

- Benefits and Blunders of the Biological Model Due to strong roots in genetic studies and neurobiological research, the biological method of treating mental disorders has become increasingly more effective in recent decades. Psychologists using the biological model work with concrete causes of the disorders, whether this be an inherited trait or an imbalance in brain chemistry. By utilizing the physical causes of these disorders, researchers can target and eradicate the symptoms more efficiently....   [tags: Psychology, Mental disorder, Patient, Patience]

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A Case Manager For One Day

- On week four of my preceptorship clinical, I had an amazing experience and got the chance to follow a case manager for one day. According to Monica (case manager that I followed Wednesday), a case manager is the person who gets a report from the nurses on the unit and arranges discharge arrangements for those patients on the unit. Before following Monica, I had no idea what goes on with the discharge planning but thanks to Monica for informing and teaching more about the discharge planning. On Wednesday our day started with a meeting with all of the other case managers in the hospital and their manger....   [tags: Nursing, Patient, Nursing home, Patience]

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Working At A Health Care Facility

- When working at a health care facility as a health care member, is it important to provide safety of all patients. Some patients may need extra attention than others, because they susceptible to get injured. Patients with dementia should be concerned, because that is one of the factors that identify that the patient is at risk of falls or injury. Sometimes, the harm can influence other patients at the same time. As a nurse, I would want to prevent harm and provide safety as much as possible. I am a night shift nurse caring for a 79-year-old patient who was recently admitted....   [tags: Patient, Nursing, Patience, Health care provider]

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The Christlike Attribute That I Chose

- The Christlike attribute that I chose was patience. This is something that I feel is an attribute that I would like to have. In my life this is something that I feel is not a strong point in it. This is an attribute that I feel would make me stronger spiritually as well as make my family life more of a joyes time around the Christmas season. In my reading and studying of the topic in the scriptures, the talks by the general authorities. I have learned a lot about how and what are some of the things that we want to do to have more patience in our everyday life....   [tags: Study skills, Learning, Psychology, Want]

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Medical Marijuana Should Be Legal

- Combining medical marijuana with recreational marijuana helps medical marijuana. It seems like in Washington you can’t drive anywhere in the state without seeing the signature green crosses. No us Washingtonians don’t worship green gods, those are legal medical marijuana shops that have been able to provide medical Marijuana to patience in Washington since. Nov 3rd 1998. This July 2016 Washington State will require all medical marijuana collectives to close or become licensed through the state and provide medical marijuana along with recreational marijuana....   [tags: Cannabis, Legality of cannabis by country]

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My Career As A Professional Counselor

- The first disposition I choose is Psychological fitness. I believe as I start my career as a professional counselor I need to be careful and make sure I am able to take care of myself spiritual and emotional. It will require that I do a lot of self-care in order for me not to burned out. Where I currently work I get referrals that are really touchy and when I talk to the client I make sure I do not get emotional. As a counselor I need to hide my emotions and make sure I do not share anything that my impact the client....   [tags: Emotion, Psychology, Need, Want]

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Philosophy of Music Education

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My Educational Philosophy

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