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  • Body Satisfaction: The Influence Of The Peer And Body Dissatisfaction

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    Previous research has shown, that women, in particular young girls, are highly likely to compare themselves and their body image with their peers. There is, however, yet to be studies shown that prove the correlation between peer interactions that influence body dissatisfaction. Body dissatisfaction can lead to dangerous eating habits, such as anorexia, bulimia and extreme dieting. Relationships between family, friends and fellow classmates are pertinent throughout adolescence as it is those surrounding

  • Case Study: Case Management Process For Heart Disease

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    Case Management Process for Heart Disease Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and the estimated cost of treatment is $32 billion yearly. Approximately 5 million people living in the United States suffer from congestive heart failure (CHF) and half of those diagnosed will die within 5 years. An individual may present to the hospital with weakness, short of breath (SOB), swelling of the extremities, ascites, and breathing difficulties while lying down. The quality and

  • CACREP Case Study

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    CACREP is the Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs. CACREP focuses on accrediting counseling programs, such as Clinical Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling, in the master-level and doctoral level programs. History CACREP was found in 1981 by the American Personal Guidance Associations (Brief Orientation). The purpose of its creation was to oversee accreditation of counseling and related educational programs. Since 1981, CACREP has focused on revising

  • Nancy J. Chodorow

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    Chodorow is often appointed as a leading theorist in feminist thought, especially in the field of psychoanalysis and feminist psychology. Her essays are included in many books concerning gender roles and construction as well as psychoanalysis. Her evaluations of the ways in which the psychological dynamics of the gender system is systematically generated and subject to historical change and development are acknowledged as significant contributions to feminist theory. Chodorow is now at the University

  • Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

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    The FDA has many responsibilities which include overseeing the production of safe foods and the manufacture of safe and effective drugs and medical devices. The FDA has responsibility for protecting the rights and safety of patients in the clinical trials of investigation medical products. The FDA also has to review and approve in a timely manner the safety and efficiency of new drugs, biologics, medical devices, and animal drugs. They have to monitor the safety and effectiveness of new

  • Importance Of Reflection In Health Care

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    During this reflective assignment, it will explore what reflection is and how it relates to health care. There will be discussions on why reflection is used, its purpose, what it achieves and how health care professionals reflect in practice. A reflective model will be used to reflect on a critical incident in relation to consent, which has occurred during practice. The critical inci-dent will focus on communication, respect, and dignity. This reflective piece will also evaluate the positive and

  • Obinutuzumab is and FDA Breakthrough Therapy for Life-Threatening Conditions

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    this designation require preliminary clinical evidence that demonstrates the new drug having substantial improvement on one or more clinically significant endpoints over available therapy. Determination of whether the advantage over existing therapy is substantial is a matter of judgment and depends upon both the magnitude of the therapeutic effect, including its duration and the clinical importance of the observed outcomes. In general, the preliminary clinical evidence should show a definite advantage

  • Myocardial Infarction Essay

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    Our heart is a truly amazing organ. It begins its rhythmic contractions long before we were born and must continue throughout our entire life without interruptions. In fact, it is the first sound that every expecting parents would like to hear. The heart is located between the lungs in the mediastinal space of the intrathoracic cavity (Porth, 2011). It is a four chambered muscular pump approximately the size of a fist, and it beats an average of 70 times in a minute. The four chambers consist of

  • Pediatric Bipolar Disorder: Fact or Fiction?

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    Childhood and Adolescence. “One U.S. study reports that medical visits for youth under age 18 with a primary diagnosis of bipolar disorder…increased 40-fold between 1995 and 2003” (Berger, 2011, P.339). Dmitri Papolos, MD, associate professor of clinical psychiatry at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York City, along with his wife, Janice Papolos, co-authored a best selling book, The Bipolar Child. The book is written primarily for parents and supports diagnosing and treating children

  • Otitis Media with Effusion

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    Subcommittee on Otitis Media With Effusion. (2004). Clinical Practice Guideline: Otitis Media With Effusion. Pediatrics, 113(5), 1412-1429. Boudewyns, A., Declau, F., Van den Ende, J., Van Kerschaver, E., Dirckx, S., Hofkens-Van den Brandt, A. & Van de Heyning, P. (2011). Otitis media with effusion: An underestimated cause of hearing loss in infants. Otology & Neurotology, 32, 799-804. Robb, P.J. (2006). Childhood otitis media with effusion. Clinical Otolaryngology, 31(6), 535-537. Williamson