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Conjugal Visits Vs. Private Visits

- By a simple definition, conjugal visits are private visits that are scheduled for an inmate and their spouse or common-law partner for a certain period of time. Duration of those visits varies between countries therefore they could be from several hours to several days. For instance in Canada, inmates are entitled to up to 72 hours conjugal visits every two months, which is equivalent to 3 full days ( During the visits both inmate and visitor are required to obey by the rules and responsibilities as listed by Correctional Service Canada....   [tags: Prison, Rape, Human sexuality]

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The Uncertainty of Doctor Visits

- Introduction: The study I will be conducting is based on uncertainty; the uncertainty individuals have on whether they should visit the doctor even when they know they should. There have been previous studies on this similar topic. For instance, there was a study conducted on a longitudinal Web- based survey that assessed participants’ level of relational uncertainty, degree of intimacy, and the openness of communication about relational uncertainty. In selecting a time frame of 6 weeks, they were informed by previous longitudinal and retrospective studies of relationship development (Theiss & Solomon 2008)....   [tags: Relational Uncertainty, Degree of Intimacy]

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The Benefits Of Video Visits

- Adopting. As the benefits of video visits are numerous, there should be efforts on the part of healthcare industry to provide it to their patients. As suggested previously in the article; healthcare providers to demonstrate the benefits of video visits to the community can initiate workshops and pilot projects. Not all pilot projects started become successful. Nevertheless, if the general population can be made aware of the advantages, this technology has to offer then this innovation can be sustained in the end....   [tags: Health care provider, Patient, Health care]

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Conjugal Visits

- Prisons are meant to help rehabilitate the way of life for people who have committed crimes. However, the criminal justice system has not proved to be as effective as it should be. Two thirds of people who come out of prison are rearrested within three years (Parker, 2009). I believe this is because the justice system has failed and individuals are not receiving the services for a successful transition into the community. Instead, they remain as criminals. I strongly believe that allowing inmates the right to conjugal visits will help ensure a criminal is rehabilitated and ready to re-enter society....   [tags: Criminal Justice]

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What I Learned From The Visits

- What I learned from the Visits Every school has challenging for the children to achieve their own potential. What is best for the students. The Head Start and Fair Elementary School in Louisville educate their students about value and use of statistics in a contemporary and dynamic matter. They allow every student chance in everyday learning to achieve high standards goals. They learned their student to absorbent mind, prepared environment, use a didactic material, and practice activities. They allow their student to become independence, observation, and hand-on experience....   [tags: Education, Educational psychology]

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What I Have Learned From The School Visits

- What I have learned from the school visits is that no two schools will ever be the same. There can be similarities between schools, but due to technology, size, diversity, and other factors, no schools will be exactly the same. This is something very important that I learned in each of our school visits this semester. It is vital for teachers to have balance of freedom and equality in the classroom. Students need to have the freedom to make their own decisions, but that can not cause conflict in having an equal environment....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Middle school, High school]

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The Cultural And Familial Difference Through Research And Visits With The Family

- No matter the ethnicity of a student, moving to a new city or state, let alone a whole new country, would be daunting. For a child as young as Juan, this move was probably life-altering in more than one way. At approximately 7 years old, he is beginning to understand the importance of self, is aware of what others think of him, and may be suffering from low self-confidence. The school nor Ms. Romano acted in the best interest of Juan. Upon his enrollment, the teacher, administrative staff, along with a school counselor should have met with parents to determine the best course of action for Juan as an ELL....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Learning, English language]

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Vaccinations : An Integrated And Routine Part Of Pediatric Doctor Visits

- Vaccinations Vaccinations are used ubiquitously in the United States and have become an integrated and routine part of pediatric doctor visits. They are an integral part of ensuring community health by preventing the spread of disease. There has been much controversy about vaccines in regards to the role of the of government, economics, epidemiology of disease, and public health in the development and the assimilation of vaccines into society. Vaccines provide a valuable protection to not only ourselves from disease, but society as well....   [tags: Immune system, Vaccination, Infectious disease]

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The Effects Of Home Visits On Children 's Education

- Though it has been argued that home visits can be intrusive, time consuming and expensive, they can be a useful way of creating connections between home and school and enhance parent involvement in their child’s education. Research has shown that when families and schools collaboratively participate in their child’s education, children perform better academically. (Allen & Tracey, 2004, p197-208) During the initial home visit practitioners can begin to build relationships with the child and her family, learn about child A’s interests and needs and then use this information to plan appropriate experiences....   [tags: Psychology, Attachment theory, Observation]

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New York State Offers Something for Everyone Who Visits

- As the third most populous state in the United States, the State of New York offers some of the most interesting attractions and some of the most majestic scenery to be found anywhere in the country. From the Statue of Liberty in the harbor of New York City to the Adirondack Mountains in the upper part of the state, there is something that every person who visits the state is sure to enjoy. Historical Attractions of New York State Home to the Six Nations of the Iroquois Confederation, New York has an interesting history that predates the arrival of Europeans in the 17th Century....   [tags: Travel]

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Going the Distance: Long Distance Relationships in College

- ... It has been reported that, “75% of college students at some point have been in a long distance relationship,” (Penn State Behrend: “Long Distance Relationships” 1). In addition, “25% to 50% of college students are in a long distance relationship at any given time” (Penn State Behrend: “Long Distance Relationships” 1). Couples that identify with the idea that there is no hurt in trying, find that it might not be so bad after all. Although abruptly severing ties is not the appropriate response to a grand separation to come, leaving one another with the idea that both parties are on the exact same page is not a wise path to take either....   [tags: couples, visits, stressors]

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The Ghost of Richard III Visits William Shakespeare

- The Ghost of Richard III Visits William Shakespeare I was sitting at my desk in my candle-lit room, a gentle breeze made the candle flicker and a chill ran down my spine. I remember having a strange feeling, as if there was another spirit present, it is hard to explain, but it was nothing like I had ever felt before. The breeze was making me shiver and it was getting colder as time passed, I picked up my lantern and walked across to the window and pulled it to, but still left it slightly ajar, I liked the feel of the air, but today it did not feel the same....   [tags: Papers]

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The visits of Jem to Mrs. Dubose in To Kill A Mockingbird and the visits of Pip to Ms.Havisham in Great Expectations

- The Comparison between the visits of Jem to Mrs Dubose in To Kill A Mockingbird with the visits of Pip to Miss Havisham in Great Expectations. This essay is regarding the many similarities and differences found when comparing the scenes of Jem's visits to Mrs Dubose inTo Kill A Mockingbird and Pip's visit to see Miss Havisham in Great Expectations. Both Jem and Pip have been forced to go and visit the two old women. This is because Jem had 'cut the tops of every camellia bush Mrs Dubose owned' and Pip was forced by those who had brought him 'up by hand', especially his sister....   [tags: English Literature]

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My Visits to the Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum of Art

- For my study, I visited two museums. First I went to the Guggenheim Museum which is located at Upper East Manhattan, at the corner of 89th Street and fifth Avenue, then I later visited Metropolitan Museum of Art. The reason why I decided to visit two museums is because Guggenheim does not display the kind of art I was interested in, as its main genre of art if Modern art. My focus for this project was studying work from the Renaissance period, by Piero di Cosimo, the painting of” A Hunting Scene”....   [tags: architectural analysis, painting review]

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Frankenstein Visits Utopia

- Introduction “I HAD DESIRED IT WITH AN ARDOR THAT FAR EXCEEDED MODERATION; BUT NOW THAT I HAD FINISHED, THE BEAUTY OF THE DREAM VANISHED, AND BREATHLESS HORROR AND DISGUST FILLED MY HEART.” This statement by Mary Shelley, from the story Frankenstein, reflects the passions of men to pursue dreams, despite the often imminent consequences of their actions. In Thomas More’s Utopia, the reader experiences a similar tension for an uncertain place called Utopia. This place is described by a visitor to this land, named Raphael, as having a perfect society....   [tags: Shelley More Utopia Frankenstein Essays]

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Journal Articles Review: The Use of Electronic Medical Records in Healthcare

- The use of electronic medical records in the reviewed studies. Of the selected journal articles, four reviewed issues related to the use of an electronic device during the visit. The level of use was reviewed in two of studies which were selected because one dealt with high computer usage and the other with low usage. In the study with high utilization, the physician was observed to be using the computer upwards of 40% of the visit. The time when data entry occurred varied between the two studies....   [tags: visits, doctors, patients, EMR]

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Kinship Care of Children with Incarcerated Parents

- In 2007 there were approximately 77,200 fathers and 65,600 mothers incarcerated in the United States (Bureau of Justice Statistics, 2007). As our society continues to grow, our jail and prison population are growing as well. When a parent or guardian is taken into custody the juvenile (child) is taken and released to a relative or child protective services. The children are either given to a close family member or a surrogate parent, meaning a foster home. This may have an emotional impact on the juvenile involved, which may lead them to committing delinquent acts....   [tags: Foster Care, Relationships, Visits]

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Theology of Youth Ministry

- The desire to be accepted is prevalent among youth today. In a world that is currently suffering from a famine of love that is intended to be given to today’s youth, more and more we see students that desire to be accepted, yet feel accepted by no one. Because of this we see them decide to reach out, and as they do they become accepted into a group that is not a good influence on them, or simply is wasting their time. Here we will look at what exactly the bible tells us in the issue of acceptance, and how it would look in the average youth ministry today....   [tags: acceptance, love, bible, potential, visits]

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Cartes de Visite

- Cartes de visite are small, commonly albumen, prints average size 2.5” x 4” usually mounted onto cardstock. Cartes de visite became wildly popular in the late 1850s and continued to be made for decades after. Although originated in the Europe, cartes de visites became prevalent in several countries around the world. “The format was an international standard; for the first time, relatives and friends could exchange portraits, knowing they would find a place in the recipient's family album--whether that album was located in Brooklyn, Berlin or Brazil.” One of the many reasons why cartes de visite became wildly popular in such short time, is that unlike earlier photography processes, such as t...   [tags: Art History]

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A Conjugal Visit With The Inmate

- A conjugal visit for an inmate allows for family members to have an extended private visit with the inmate. Many times this visit is just the legal spouse of the inmate and the couple may engage in sexual activity if they so choose. All information in this paper will focus on the idea of conjugal visitation with a legal spouse for the purpose of sexual activity between the inmate and the spouse while confined to a penal institution within the United States. Inmates have gotten creative in their petitions to the courts; while they are persistent in claiming violations of their First, Eighth, and Fourteenth Amendment rights, the inmates have not been successful in obtaining the opinion of the...   [tags: United States Constitution]

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Marketing Plan For The New Marketing Program

- QUESTION 3 The new marketing program comes with additional costs including a marketing assistant’s salary and advertising expenses. Since the new marketing program is expected to bring in an increased number of patients, the expenses that go along with the newly implemented program now need to be considered to come up with a new break-even point (54). If the clinic is going to remain operational with the new marketing program in place, additional fixed costs are going to need to be considered....   [tags: Patient, Hospital, Costs, Income statement]

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Reasons Why People Don't See a Doctor

- Illness is a part of everyday life, yet most people with an illness do not consult a physician. The decision to consult may not be entirely due to the presence or absence of disease but to social and psychological factors, such as fear and economic standing. The refusal of consulting a physician is a major medical mystery that is observed today. This fact is truly ironic. In the advancement that this world has made towards technology, research and development, as well as cognitive and extensive testing, there is a significant rise in the health care information that is relayed to consumers than there was in the past....   [tags: psychological, social, diagnosis]

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Roles of the British Monarchy: Existent, Relevant, and Important

- A king, queen, or monarch is often seen as a figure of absolute power with control over taxation, the military, religion, finances, and foreign policy. However, the British monarchy only retains a small portion of these powers; the retention of these powers remains mainly symbolic. The idea of absolute monarchal power describes more accurately the Tudor dynasty of the past than the Windsor family of today. The British Monarchy, despite its limited powers, still has a major role in modern British society....   [tags: Queen Elizabeth II, royal family]

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Although Electronic Data Capture

- As many other industries, the clinical trial industry is developing towards a more, if not fully electronic environment. Sponsors and Clinical Research Organizations (CRO) have a commitment to maintain patients’ personal and clinical information protected and to ensure that clinical data is preserved. These responsibilities are usually monitored by on-site visits and Source Data Verification (SDV), conducted by Clinical Research Associates (CRA). Although Electronic Data Capture (EDC) technology itself cannot ensure the integrity and quality of data collected, it is imperative that Sponsors and CROs work together to develop a well-planned study protocol that includes a flexible and adaptive...   [tags: research, data integrity, ethics]

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The Murder Of Criminal Justice

- I don’t know what people thought of when they saw JH’s family before their involvement with the criminal justice (CJ) system. However, I am sure they did not suspect the horrors that went on behind closed doors. JH, now about fifteen years old, was being sexually abused by his older brother and father. They both even recorded the acts. Eventually law enforcement got involved, police arrested the father and brother, the DA pressed charges, lawyers got involved, the courts sentenced them, they were incarcerated, at some point they’ll most likely have a parole hearing, and eventually might be released from prison....   [tags: Foster care, Family, Child protection]

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A Short Note On Regional Target Sales Should Be Concerned About Increasing The Number Of New Visitors

- A company wanting to increase regional target sales should be concerned about increasing the number of new visitors to the website, increasing the number of returning visitors, increasing sales volumes, and maintaining a high degree of customer loyalty. Goggle Analytics has more than enough tools for a small business to monitor and affect these elements. New Visitors and Bounce Rate A company that wishes to increase the volume of traffic to their web site must be able to accurately gauge the level of traffic the web site is attracting....   [tags: World Wide Web, Website, Measurement, Web page]

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Business Case For Quality : Americans Should Receive The Medical Care

- Business Case for Quality Americans should receive the medical care based on the most up-to-date evidence-based practice and best scientific technology, but there is strong evidence showing that health care industries have inertia implementing the needed changes to reach its potential benefits (Institute of Medicine, 2001). A discrepancy exists between the health care now receive and the health care that could receive. The reason for this gap is that medical science and technology are advanced at a rapid speed, and the current health care system falls short in dissimilating the knowledge and technology into clinical practice....   [tags: Medicine, Illness, Health care]

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Medical Errors And The Third Leading Cause Death

- Entry 1: Medical error - the third leading cause of death in the US - Martin Makary and Michael Daniel This article discusses the impact of medical errors on deaths in the US. Here, medical error is defined as the commission or omission of an act that has an unintended outcome. This includes errors in executing or planning care for patients. To my surprise, the paper reports that medical errors are estimated to be the third biggest cause of death in the US. A couple of other interesting facts that the paper poses are from precious research about medical errors....   [tags: Medicine, Health care, Health insurance]

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The Care That The Public Health Nurse

- The care that the public health nurse provides to her clients is patient-centered. During one of the home visits, the nurse talked and questioned her client about what her needs were and if there was anything she could do for her. The client mentioned that she needed more supplies such as diaper and baby clothes. The nurse agreed to bring these items the next time she visits. When the nurse had to perform an assessment on the client’s son by using the ASQ-3, which is a screening tool that screens for developmental delays, the client mentioned that she was not feeling well and did want to answer questions....   [tags: Nursing, Health care, Health, Health economics]

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My First Interaction With The Family 's Matriarch And Patriarch

- These past six weeks of placement have widened my eyes and perspective to many things, including the complexity of foster families. While in the midst of my placement at the London-Middlesex Children’s Aid Society (CAS), I was given the opportunity to contact a family in which my partner and I would conduct four home visits with. These visits would allow us to complete a family assessment and work through any health-related issues they may currently be facing. The family my partner and I chose to work with, the Meyer family will be reviewed in this reflection, as I will be examining the experiences of my first interaction with the family’s matriarch and patriarch....   [tags: Foster care, Family, Adoption]

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Child Abuse And Neglect Of A County Welfare Department

- Suspicion of Client Being Verbally, Emotionally, Physically, or Sexually Abused In the state of California, child abuse and neglect (CANRA) includes: sexual abuse, physical abuse, willful cruelty or unjustified punishment, unlawful corporal punishment or injury, and neglect. If the victim is under the age of 18, the abuse or neglect must be reported. Reports need to be made immediately by phone and a written report has to be completed within 36 hours. Reports need to be made to a county welfare department, probation department, or to a police or sheriff’s department....   [tags: Domestic violence, Child abuse, Abuse, Sociology]

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Drugs And Its Effects On The United States

- The number of prescriptions being filled out each in the U.S. continues to dramatically increase year after year. Although medicine is prescribed with the intentions of benefiting an individual’s health, this dramatic rise in prescriptions actually might be a source of significant harm in the United States. Along with the rise in prescriptions over the past decade, there have also been concerning increases in adverse side effects, drug-related emergency department visits, and drug overdoses. In 2013, an estimates 3.99 billion prescriptions were filled, and based on the trends over the past several years, it is estimated that that number will reach around 4.78 billion by the year 2021 (Statis...   [tags: Pharmacology, Adverse drug reaction, Bacteria]

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Dependent Coverage Provision Of The Affordable Care Act

- Dependent Coverage Provision of the Affordable Care Act The “Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act” (ACA) is considered the most thorough revamp of the US health care system in the past years (Shane & Ayyagari, 2015). The ACA consists of several provisions that are intended at expanding US health insurance coverage (Huskamp, 2015). One of the most popular provisions in the ACA is the extension of dependent coverage. Before this provision, almost all of the private insurance plans have terminated coverage of dependents at 19 years of age or once the dependent has graduated college (Goldman, 2013)....   [tags: Health care, Health insurance, Medicine]

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Outline Of A Business Plan

- Plan 1: Emblem Health From this company I found out that I might be eligible for Medicaid. This is a state-sponsored Medicaid Manage Care plan, where members get access to doctors within the Emblem Health network. There will be no monthly premium for this plan. However, I do have pharmacy copayments. I will require a PCP and referral for specialists visits but there will be no co-pay for PCP specialist. There will be charges for out-of-network services unless my PCP refers me to that provider but I do not have to pay any deductibles or out-of-pocket maximum....   [tags: Health economics, Health care, Health insurance]

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Business Analysis : Stubhub Partnership

- StubHub Partnership: eBay will partner with StubHub to sell tickets through StubHub’s website in order to capture an audience of sports fans and music lovers who may not have used eBay’s services before. To further increase brand awareness, eBay will create a watermark to be placed on each ticket that is printed from the StubHub website. Both of these tactics will be engaged from July 2017 through June 2018. University Visits: University visits will take place from August 2017 to Mid-September 2017, focusing on the back-to-school season....   [tags: Advertising, Target market, Mass media]

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Health System in Finland

- At the start of 2007 the population of Finland was 5.3 million. Average life expectancy is 76 years for men and 83 years for women in 2005. The health of the Finnish population has considerably improved, but socioeconomic inequality in mortality is increasing. The most important public health problems are circulatory diseases, malignant tumours, musculoskeletal diseases, diabetes and mental health problems. Health problems are obesity, chronic lung diseases and diabetes, particularly type 2 diabetes....   [tags: Health Care, Health Financing]

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Japanese vs American Childbirth

- Transcultural nursing is a critical component of the nursing profession in an ever-changing culturally diverse world. The patient’s social and cultural dissimilarities are important for the nurse to recognize and acknowledge. This will help to prevent the imposition of the nurse’s beliefs onto the patient. The Japanese culture beliefs are incommensurable to American cultural beliefs in how they approach the process of labor and delivery. Nursing interventions should therefore be reflective and comprehensible to that of the Japanese cultural beliefs....   [tags: Transcultural Nursing Essays]

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Corporate Branding Strategy Of The Rosewood Brand Name On Customers ' Awareness

- If the company chooses to carry out corporate branding strategy, the most immediate step to take is negotiating with individual co-op owners. This process takes time and costs money, and the co-op owners may propose objections due to conflict of interest. The next step involves a complete revolution of hotel styles, services and amenities. For example, the company will need to design new towels and blankets to print the Rosewood brand name on them. Individual hotels may also need to renovate their frontages to include the Rosewood logo....   [tags: Advertising, Brand management, Brand]

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The Golden Ages Program Is An For The Senior 's Mental Health

- Keystone Heights has a large number of senior citizens who don’t have family close by to talk with or visit. This can be lonely and causes depression as well as other issues for seniors. Socialization is extremely important for the senior’s mental health. The Golden Ages Program (GAP) is a volunteer program for local high school students wanting to help the community and better themselves. Students are encouraged to seek interaction with senior citizens from Willey Manor’s Assisted Living Facility (ALF), at the Park of Palms....   [tags: High school, Sociology, College, Old age]

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Studies and Reports of The National Institute on Drug Abuse

- In this paper I will be discussing five major issues the Nation Drug Abuse institute looked at and had many different groups if people doing surveys. This institute collected all the data through out the years and does graphs and reports the statistics of their findings. I will be discussing the trend with high school students and the drugs most of teens do. Also I will be talking about the nation trend, that most is common and comparing it to other years. And then I will discuss the number of hospital visit amongst people who go see the doctor for related to illicit drugs....   [tags: Substance Abuse Essays]

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Media Coverage On The State 's Traditional Presidential Election

- August. However, 40% of those who say they will vote in the Republican Primary say they will vote for Trump; this number is up nine-percent since August. Moreover, campaign visits in Alabama will increase as the primaries come closer that may have an impact on the poll numbers in favor for Trump. On February 27th Donald Trump will possibly visit Huntsville on the same day Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, and Sen. Ted Cruz will. Alabama Republican leaders says the devotion the presidential candidates are giving the state was the primary cause for moving the state’s traditional presidential primary election from the first Tuesday in June to March....   [tags: President of the United States, United States]

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Positive And Negative Impact On The Website

- Bounce Rates are an important analytic tool to deem whether a website is being used to it’s full potential. Software tools such as, Google Analytics, allows a content creator to monitor the bounce rates within their site. There are many factors that can make a bounce rate increase and decrease. A high bounce rate simply means the website does not retain its visitors, whether new or returning. The lower the bounce rate, the more visitors are navigating throughout the website. By analyzing bounce rates, a content creator can find solutions to decrease the bounce rate for their website....   [tags: World Wide Web, Web page, Load, Web analytics]

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Democratic Ideals Of Freedom And Justice

- How would you define democratic ideals of freedom and justice in the classroom. Considering there are many difference combinations of classrooms that can all vary on multiple inputs such as: race, gender, age, ethnicity, social status, parent status, school technology status, and student’s abilities, there can be no simple answer when trying to address all of these issues. The school visits I attended showed me that many different styles had to be used to address the classes Freedom in the classroom must be balanced with justice....   [tags: Education, High school, Democracy, College]

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RAND Potential Efficiency Saving Model

- Literature Review RAND Potential Efficiency Saving Model We analyze the RAND methodologies, how Health Information Technology (HIT) project team improved EMR system and provided potential and cost saving benefits in United State. We study the RAND publication in which their project team provides the technical details and results components of EMR system collected from different literature and government published reports that analyze interventions in the healthcare system which are used in EMR-S to effect patient trajectories (events in patient healthcare)....   [tags: Health Care]

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Furry Friends Help Alleviate Stress

- Attending college can be a little overwhelming for many young adults. College students throughout the United States, including those in attendance at Bloomsburg University, encounter challenges, uncertainties, and change on a regular basis. Conflicts with roommates, keeping up with the demands of course requirements, missing family and friends at home, and developing new relationships are just a few dynamics of college that can bring about a great deal of stress in a person’s day-to-day life. Therefore, it’s essential as Area Coordinators and Community Assistants, working with The Office of Residence Life, to help students find ways to cope with stress effectively before it reaches an unheal...   [tags: pet therapy]

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Website Report On Web Analytics

- Web Analytics can broadly be classified as the process of tracking, measuring, collecting, analyzing and reporting the internet data of website visitors’ activity for the purpose of understanding and optimizing web usage and how websites are used by its users. Web Analytics is not only used for analyzing the data usage on websites but are also widely used to monitor website traffic, to optimize an organization e-commerce initiatives, Digital Marketing, Advertising (through web campaigns), Customer Surveys, Referral programs, Click streams, etc....   [tags: World Wide Web, Internet, Web page, Google]

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The Suicide Rate Among Soldiers

- When Kuehn (2009) studied the suicide rate among soldiers she stated “the number of suicides among active-duty soldiers continue to grow despite ongoing efforts by the U.S Army to reverse the trend.” Since choosing my military occupational specialty, and joining the Army I never thought I would have to deal with soldiers wanting to commit suicide. I am a Religious Affair Specialist my chaplain counsel with a lot of soldiers who want to commit suicide, or have suicidal ideations. Some soldiers are ashamed to come and talk to us....   [tags: Suicide, Parasuicide, Bipolar disorder, Skill]

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Becoming Familiar With The Fashion

- With a degree in fashion design or fashion merchandising, I thought you could only have one of those two jobs: being a designer or a merchandiser, maybe even both. After becoming familiar with the fashion industry, I realize there are several jobs that are readily available for a student who wants to be part of the fashion world. I still don’t know what I want to be specifically, so I like discovering careers that I’ve never heard of before. When I met Ms. Holly Peto, I wasn’t exactly sure what her title meant....   [tags: Trousers, Clothing, Dress, Collar]

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Free Vs. Free Healthcare

- Americans are fed up with the healthcare system. They 're done with the exorbitant costs, copays, late fees, and after all of that, the lack of coverage. Like a child that has failed a test America looks to the people next to us for the answers. Canada has a free healthcare system, and we think the grass is greener on the other side. Many politicians have been using this as their advantages to get people to rally behind them. But, people need to look at the big picture. Free healthcare does the opposite of what it was proposed to do; free healthcare actually costs more because taxes and hospital visits increase, quality of healthcare and the number of medical professionals decreases....   [tags: Health care, Medicine, Health insurance]

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The High Energy Rush of Gambling at Harrah's

- ... After their new strategy was underway, Harrah’s spent $15-20 million dollars per year on advertising that specifically captivated and communicated the feeling of anticipation to consumers. Harrah’s was attempting to condition consumers by mentally connecting the concepts of “anticipation” and “Harrah’s” together—where if a consumer thought of one concept, the other quickly came to mind as well. This was only the beginning, however. The next and most important tactic Harrah’s used was to implement and utilize marketing tools that would facilitate customer relationship management, or CRM....   [tags: money, casino, customers]

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India vs. China: A Tourism Industry Comparison

- ... Tamil Nadu,Delhi and Maharashtra were the most popular states among foreign tourists in 2011 . Most frequently visited the states by Domestic tourists were Tamil Nadu,Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh. TAJ MAHAL in AGRA,UTTAR PRADESH Foreign tourists mostly visited four cities in 2011 namely Agra,Mumbai,Chennai and Delhi. Worldwide Ranking by the number of foreign tourist visits:Chennai is 41, while Delhi,Mumbai,Agra and Kolkata are ranked at 50, 57 ,65 and 99 respectively. FATEHPUR SIKRI KERALA famous for its Boat-houses India is ranked 65th among 144 countries in The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2013....   [tags: doemestic and foreign tourists]

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Romanian Government

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The Risks of Unprotected Sex

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Can Providers' Education about Postpartum Depression Increase the Acceptance Levels of Pediatrics Medical Providers to Screen Mothers for PPD?

- ... Medical providers at some states are being reimbursed to screen for maternal depression, including pediatric providers. The AAP included among the scope of the pediatricians’ responsibilities, screening for maternal post partum depression as well as assessing the families’ environmental factors that may affect children's health. Pediatric professionals are being asked to provide routine screening for postpartum depression at pediatric well-child visits within the context of family-centered care....   [tags: depressive symptoms after giving birth]

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The Shame of The Nation: The Restoration of Apartheid Schooling in America by Jonathan Kozol

- The Shame of the Nation: Overview “The Shame of The Nation: The Restoration of Apartheid Schooling in America,” is a book that tells the story of author, Jonathan Kozol’s, journey through the public school system. He looks deeper into inner-city, low-income schools and the re-segregation that has taken place. Kozol focuses on the struggles those children of poor and minorities face while trying to achieve equal education as those of the middle and upper class. This book gives a vivid description of what is happening in schools across the country and our failure as a nation to provide ALL students with the education that they deserve through the observations, interviews, and experiences of au...   [tags: Martin Luther King jr, public schools]

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Web Analytics : Analysis Of Qualitative And Quantitative Data From A Website

- Web Analytics is the analysis of qualitative and quantitative data from a website and the competition to drive continual improvement of the online experience that customers and potential customers have, which translates into desired outcome. Also, use of Web analytics is said to enable a business to attract more visitors, retain or attract new customers for goods or services, or to increase the dollar volume each customer spends. Web Analytics 2.0 is defined based on the following paradigm, Clickstream answers the what....   [tags: World Wide Web, Website, Web page]

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The Effects Of Early Identification And Intervention On Delayed Child Development

- “At the beginning of all growth, everything imitates. All of us, when we were children, also only imitated. But children grow up and begin their own development” (Toer). The first three years of a child’s life are the most important: it molds the brain’s development and functioning throughout life. Surprisingly, seventeen percent of children in the United States have developmental delays and these delays are often presented as developmental milestones like, speech, environmental adaptation, fine/gross motor skills, and cognitive control (Sices)....   [tags: Infant, Developmental psychology, Childhood]

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Graduation Speech : My Mother, The Baby, And The Great Grandmother

- On Thursday, March 24, 2016, I was able to meet with a mother who is enrolled within the Early Head Start program. The mother is wanting to receive services from CDR’s program, known as EHS in order to establish new ideas and utilize tools to help develop the baby’s learning and develop. Her daughter is a seven month old year baby who has been enrolled in the program for at least three weeks. Those present during the home visit was the mother, the baby, and the great-grandmother. The baby’s great grandmother was present for only about ten to fifteen minutes and removed herself from the living area....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Mother, 2003 in film]

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The Sport Of Swimming Began Changing My Life At Age Four

- The sport of swimming began changing my life at age four. I won every time I touched the water, but I was unaware of my true talent. Beginning in middle school, my average day consisted of ten hours of academics and five hours of training. I overloaded my body to reach both academic and athletic goals, earning the titles of academic all-American and a United States Swimming national champion. With these titles, universities called asking for my commitment. Due to the fact I was seeking a rigorous academic workload and recovering from a potentially career-ending shoulder injury, selecting the proper university was imperative to avoid relapse and academically excel....   [tags: Medicine, Hospital, Emergency medical services]

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The Primary Care Physician Shortage and the Affordable Care Act

- What is the Issue: In the past few years there has been much debate over the Affordable Care Act and its effects on the healthcare industry in the United States. The Affordable Care Act (ACA) “Will ensure that all Americans have access to quality, affordable health care and will create the transformation within the health care system necessary to contain costs” (The patient protection and affordable care act detailed summary, n.a.). However, what these transformations are and how they will affect the healthcare system, specifically primary care physicians are uncertain....   [tags: health care industry, United Sates]

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A Personal View Of Life As A Home Health Aide

- More Americans are living longer than ever before. The population for people over age 65 is steadily growing and so is the need for health care professionals, particularly Home Health Aides. Home health aides (HHA) help people who are disabled, chronically ill, or cognitively impaired. They often help older adults who need assistance. In some states, home health aides may be able to give a client medication or check the client’s vital signs under the direction of a nurse or other health care practitioner(BLS)....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Home care]

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Research: Factors that Affect Parental Involvement in Early Childhood

- ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT Title of Project: Parent Involvement AREA OF FOCUS: What is your chosen area of focus. Why did you choose this area. How does it directly impact you. Factors which affect parental involvement in the Early Education arena. The Researcher is trying to improve the academic achievement of her students. The Researcher is an Early Education Instructor of culturally diverse, low income students; whose parents traditionally are young, lack transportation, and have complicated work schedules....   [tags: data collection, focus, children]

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The Importance Of Attending A Home Visit With Monika

- Identifying the information On Wednesday, October 14, 2015, I was able to attend a home visit with Monika. The home visit consists of the mother, her two year old daughter, and one and a half month old son. The mother and her children are currently enrolled in the Early Head Start program in order to promote health and development, but also provide additional assistance and support. Purpose of the session Before the visit, Monika described what the home visit will cover and what to expect. I am able to see this family on a weekly basis so every week there are new things that I am able to learn about the family and see how they interact with Monika and I....   [tags: Family, Son, Daughter, Head Start Program]

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A Better Understanding Of The Care A Family Nurse

- The purpose of this assignment is to provide students with a better understanding of the care a family nurse provides within many facilities in a community. To demonstrate, I will am using my own community Franklin County for this paper. Home visiting programs, community nursing centers, public health departments, home education, and community education are going to be addressed. Hence, Nurses have been involved in the community for years, and have been responsible for piloting many projects geared towards families within their homes....   [tags: Nursing, Health care, Health, Nurse]

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Behavioral Health Problems of Children of Military Offices

- Throughout the years of U.S. military involvement in Afghanistan and Iraq, we have seen the media coverage of newly deployed soldiers and returning the faces of children and spouses left at home heartbreaking meeting and happy when returning soldiers. Many military parents have experienced multiple deployments and expanded over the last decade, but only recently has attention turned to the effects on children whose parents are deployed. Recent studies indicate that children of military families with a deployed parent is under stress, causing an increase in visits to pediatric care for anxiety, behavioral disorders and other mental health problems (Chandra, Lara-Cinisomo, Jaycox, et al, 2010;...   [tags: Stress, Social Work]

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Improving Elderly Diabetics Outcomes With Recent Based Guidelines

- Improving Elderly Diabetics Outcomes with Evidenced Based Guidelines Diabetes in the elderly is a major cause of mortality and morbidity in the United States (U.S.) (Patel, Chang, Shenoikar, & Balkrisha, 2010, pp.122-123). According to Mc McCullough, (2015), elderly is a state of mind, but for the purpose of this paper a person whose chronological age is 65 or older will be considered elderly. Elderly diabetics make up 25.9% of the U.S. population (Cefalu, 2015). According to Moghissi (2013) by 2020 26.7 million elderly living in the U.S....   [tags: Myocardial infarction, Hypertension]

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My Role As A Member Of Outreach Team

- Monday September 14th: This week in clinical at Hampton Homes, my role was a member of outreach team, in which you go out and make home visits with clients. Again this week we had four clients and a couple of them were follow-up visits from the last week. The first client we saw was a follow-up from last week. This client was the one who had been having severe headaches. Our main goal was to check up on her and see if her headaches had improved and if she had been to see the doctor about the sinus issues she was also having....   [tags: Nursing, Nurse, Goal, Blood pressure]

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Exploring the Relationship Between Doctors and Patients

- Going to the doctor seems so mundane yet necessary when we need a routine check-up or have an unknown sickness. As patients, we have never looked into how or why we visit the doctor but it is just something that we need to do when a problem arises. In the realm of medical visits, the doctor’s office holds great importance for the patient and doctors symbolizing a significant relationship between two people. In the video clip, “sore shoulder”, a woman visits the doctor for her concern of symptoms for a frozen shoulder, a problem she once had before which required surgery to heal it....   [tags: Nursing, Health Care]

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Description of Ambulatory Care and Hospitalization Care

- As early as the 1990’s, outpatient care only made up for 10 to 15% of a hospital’s total profits, compared to inpatient care. Since the start of the twenty-first century, this figure has increased to approximately 60%. This shift in healthcare has been occurring in different medical organizations such as university medical centers, local hospitals, for-profit chains, and not-for-profit suppliers. The increase in outpatient services compared to inpatient has been showing no indication of slowing down....   [tags: health system, outpatient care, healthcare]

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The Affordable Care Act ( Patrick )

- The next perplexing aspect of the Affordable Care Act is the fact that the government “penalizes hospitals and doctor offices for excessive visits” (Patrick). This provision seems so trivial, since the foundation behind it is so simple. Everyone is in business to make money. Whether it be the insurance companies, the doctors’ offices, or the hospitals. Hospitals make money by filling beds. Whether it be ER regulars like Joe, who always forgets to take his insulin shot for diabetes, or Liz, who just came in having a heart attack, the hospitals want their beds filled so that they can charge the individuals through their insurance company that they are required to have....   [tags: Insurance, Health care, Hospital, Health insurance]

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Paradise Of The Blind, By Duong Thu

- Often in novels the author 's use of style, technique, and structure create a greater meaning in the novel. In Paradise of the Blind by Duong Thu Huong, the use of style, technique, and structure work in tandem to emphasize Hang’s journey to find her own individual purpose. By using circular writing, symbols, and setting, Huong establishes the theme that one must find one’s own purpose. Huong uses a circular writing style to portray the characterization of Hang. As the novel flows from Hang’s past memories to the present, her feelings are paralleled with the different events....   [tags: Family, Fiction, Symbol, Literary theory]

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Foster Care And Adoption Are Life Decisions

- Foster care and adoption are life decisions that could change a family’s and well as a child’s entire life path. However, they are not well understood by most people in America and if they were it could open up a world of opportunity for aspiring families. Many people just do not think it would be for them due to the myths and horror stories they have heard but really they must be informed on how the process of both care plans actually work and how to become a foster and/or adoptive parent. Now it may not be the best decision for everybody it is still an option that everybody should be informed on....   [tags: Adoption, Foster care, Family]

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Health Care System : The United States

- Millions of Americans are without health insurance in the United States due to many factors such as unemployment, the cost of insurance and insurance companies denying coverage due to pre-existing conditions. The United States does not provide health care to its citizens the way the rest of the industrialized world does. Instead of providing coverage for all it institutes market-based options, in which some receive coverage from their place of employment, another options are purchasing individual plans and some can obtain coverage through public programs like Medicaid....   [tags: Medicine, Health care, United States]

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My Experience At My Physical Therapy Class

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Health Equality Across Australia: Aboriginal People

- Background of the Issue The accessibility and cost of medicines for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander remains a significant factor when it comes to reaching health equality across Australia. The Pharmaceutical Benefits Schedule (PBS) expenditure for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people is approximately half that of the non-Indigenous average despite the three times higher level of illness for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander population. In July 2010, the Closing The Gap (CTG) PBS co-payment measure was introduced by the Australian Government in response to the rate of illness disparency in the Australian population (Australian Government Department of Health, 2013)....   [tags: torres strait islanders, co-payment]

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The Delivery Of Care Through Technology

- The Delivery of Care through Technology Was it ever thought possible that care could be delivered through a computer screen and the patients could remain in the comfort of their own homes, while receiving nursing services. Telehealth has made this possible for both the patients and nurses in the healthcare industry. Telehealth is a broad term that encompasses telenursing, in which care can be delivered by “the use of telecommunications technologies and electronic information . . . to provide and support services such as long-distance clinical healthcare to clients” (Hebda & Czar 2013, p....   [tags: Health care, Health care provider, Patient]

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I Grew Up A Lonely Child

- I grew up a lonely child. Best friends had no significance to me, moving around left me with no time to grow attached to someone. Very rarely I would have the courage to call someone a best friend. Even when I finally had someone to call a best friend, the moving trucks would reappear starting the dreadful process with a beginning. Reaching my fifth grade year I shuddered believing the same thing would happen, but this time I grew unexpectedly attached to someone. To describe this person would be the entire essay itself, but the most simplest explanation would be she was incredibly unique....   [tags: Friendship, High school, Jacqueline Wilson]

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Improving The Quality Of Patient Care

- Encouraging results in improving the quality of patient care, reducing hospitalization and ED visits were presented in some PCMH pilot projects mainly from integrated delivery systems and multi-payer sponsored PCMH initiatives (Friedberg, Lai, Hussey, & Schneider, 2009; Gilfillan et al., 2010; Grumbach & Grundy, 2010; Reid et al., 2010; M. Takach, 2011). Results have been promising in Medicaid as well. Medicaid provides insurance to underserved, minority, and low-income patients, a population most susceptible to fragmented and uncoordinated care....   [tags: Health care, Medicine, Health insurance]

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Recognition Of Alcohol And Substance Abuse

- David J. Mersey wrote the article, “Recognition of Alcohol and Substance Abuse” on what substance abuse is and how to identify it; the article was published in the American Family Physician in April edition in 2003. Mersy states how drug and alcohol addiction is clearly a problem and focuses on how it can be identified, although, he mainly refers to alcohol addiction. He calls substance abuse the nation’s number one health problem and refers to statistics from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism that estimate about 100,000 deaths per year are associated with alcohol and drugs....   [tags: Drug addiction, Addiction, Alcoholism]

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Mental Health And Health Care Act

- Overview It has been estimated that 1 in 5 adults suffers from diagnosable mental health problems (Center for Behavioral Health Statistics in Quality (CBHSQ), 2015). These mental health problems can be disabling, severely affecting one’s ability to function, and causing increased health concerns resulting in early mortality (Mechanic, 2012; Walker, 2014). Even so, mental health treatment has been shown to be an underserved area of healthcare (Kesslar, Chui, Demler, Merkangas, & Walters, 2005)....   [tags: Health care, Mental disorder, Health economics]

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