Why Some Student Addicted in Computer Games

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Philippine Nursing Licensure Examination is a 500 item multiple exam to test the basic nursing level of competency which consider the objectives of the nursing curriculum, the broad areas of nursing and other related disciplines and competencies. NLE is held every June and December annually in various public schools throughout…

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Negative Outcomes For Nurses: Hostile Work Environments

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Journal Article Critique Article Pai H., & Lee S., (2011) . Risk factors for workplace violence in clinical registered nurses in Taiwan. Journal Of Clinical Nursing [serial online]. May 2011;20(9-10):1405-1412. http://wguproxy.egloballibrary.com/login?user=true&url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=rzh&AN=2011010111&site=ehost-live&scope=site Background Information The authors, Pai and Lee, stated their aim clearly and concisely. They created a structured abstract, which…

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Ethics in Nursing

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Nurses are to provide compassionate, competent, and ethical care, and follow the moral principles and guidelines set out by the College of Nurses and the Canadian Nurse’s Association’s code of ethics. The nursing profession is a self-sacrificing one, and nurses take on the Nightingale Pledge, to elevate the standard of…

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Professional Regulation and Criminal Liability

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The trust and care of patients to health care providers has been on the decline for several decades (David A. Thom, 2004) Crimes committed by health care professionals, occur at all levels. Patients are more involved with their care, due to more accessible resources on the internet. Patients can research…

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Reasons for Communication

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The reasons why people communicate is to (a) express needs (b) to share ideas (c) to build relationship and socialise (d) to ask question and share experience 1.2HOW COMMUNICATION AFFECTS RELATIONSHIP IN THE WORK SETTING communication affects relationship at work place e.g. with colleagues, people using services, children and their…

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Education in India

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Takshasila was the earliest recorded centre of higher learning in India from at least 5th century BCE and it is debatable whether it could be regarded a university or not. The Nalanda University was the oldest university-system of education in the world in the modern sense of university. [2] Western…

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The Kermit Gosnell Case: House of Horrors

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Kermit Gosnell grew up during the Civil Rights era. He decided to partake in a more radical view and became involved in social and political changes. At the time, everyone stood for a cause; his cause would become the abortion rights movement. Kermit Gosnell was unable to achieve a license…

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Position paper – Accreditation

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Hello, This assignment is for a subject called: Quality Management for Health Services Assignment 2: Position paper – Accreditation Weighting: 20% Length: 1000 words “Accreditation programs for health services or facilities are not useful.” Discuss this statement with reference to specific accreditation programs. In your response substantiate your claims with…

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