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  • Brainstem Injuries and the Neuropsychologist

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    Neuropsychologist plays an essential function in assessment and rehabilitation after an injury to the head. Neuropsychologists essentially bear responsibility for testing and tracking the patients thinking ability. Below are key functions provided by clinical neuropsychologists: - Carrying out detailed assessments of cognition, emotion, behavior, and social competence; - Devising and implementing training programs; - Liaising with educational agencies/ employers to advise on the resumption of educational/

  • Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

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    Purpose: Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) works with students at the University of Arkansas to help them solve problems that arise during any given semester. CAPS help students to understand themselves and to promote personal growth. The staff at CAPS helps students to develop more satisfying relationships with their friends, families, and peers. They also assist with other mental health issues. Population: CAPS provide services for all the students attending the University of Arkansas

  • Torture in Abu Ghraib

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    Congressional meeting Mr. Keller stated "To think that abusive methods, including the enhanced interrogation techniques [in which Keller included waterboarding], are harmless psychological ploys is contradictory to well established medical knowledge and clinical experience." (“CNN”, 2007) In this paper, I summarize the article and identify relevant information and any changes that may have occurred since the publication of this article. I will also offer comments and aspects pertaining to material provided

  • Brand Name Versus Generics

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    further clinical research. (FDA, 2010) Rodents, swine, and canines are commonly used to validate safety and effectiveness in laboratory studies due to their similar anatomy to that of humans. (Sivaramakrishan, 2010) The next step in the process is the submission of an Investigational New Drug Application (IND) to the FDA for several reasons. (FDA, 2010) Present federal law mandates that a drug be part of an endorsed marketing application ahead of transportation and distribution to clinical research

  • A Career: The Career Of A Pediatric Psychology

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    has gained significant importance in recent years. It is important for a student to structure her coursework and experiences to prepare to be competitive for acceptance into a gra... ... middle of paper ... ...ics, the median annual salary for clinical, counseling and school psychologists was $72,220 in May of 2012. North Carolina ranked number 3 in the country for nonmetropolitan areas with the highest employment in this occupation. The average annual wage for the state of North Carolina psychologists

  • The Importance Of Psychological Assessment

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    Psychological tests and ethical considerations There is no doubt that psychological assessments are an important tool to evaluate a variety of mental facets. The main purpose of assessments is to gather enough information to issue a report regarding one or various mental aspects of an individual. These reports can significantly change a person 's life or society either favorably or unfavorably. That is why evaluators who conduct and emit reports must have the necessary expertise to make accurate

  • Essay On Pharmacovigilance

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    GMP established by FDA during clinical trials and also goes through CDER. The Center of Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER) is a part of FDA that is responsible for the safety and effectiveness of all drugs ranging from prescription drugs to over-the-counter, which includes; shampoo, deodorant, sunscreens, vitamins etc. The way the research and investigation at CDER works is that, there are different departments for types of products. For example; generic drug, clinical review, biotechnology products

  • Essay On Cancer Chemoprevention

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    I have elected to transcribe my proposal argument on issues regarding cancer chemoprevention. I selected this topic because reasonably minute devotion has been given to cancer chemoprevention research in ethical writings, particularly in relation to the huge quantity of moral studies in cancer treatment exploration. Cancer chemoprevention trials test the ability and care of medicinal agents in averting cancer before its manifestation. I believe that phase III chemoprevention issues can be less prevalent

  • Clinical Practice

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    This assignment will underline three key skills learnt during clinical practice; weight monitoring, blood pressure and bed baths. Reflection is a key aspect within nursing. It allows the individual to look back on previous events and analyse the positives and negatives which occurred in a particular situation. Reflection is used to encourage the development in learning and gaining a more in depth understanding in practice (Beener et al.1996).There are many reflective models available including Gibbs

  • Efficacy of Three Mouth Rinses in Reducing Dental Plaque and Gingivitis

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    children with permanent dentition; 2) baseline plaque index (PlI) and gingival index (GI) scores of 2-3; 3) good general health; and 4) an ability to use a mouth rinse Ethical Aspects The study was performed in accordance with the guidelines of Good Clinical Practice and the Declaration of Helsinki as revised in 2000. The institutional review board (IRB) and ethical committee of the Narayana Dental College and Hospital gave approval for the study (IEC/NDC/1091/NDC/04.01.2010). The investigator provided