.Do the titles of journal articles tend to be longer than the titles of theses and dissertations? 2. Why should a researcher avoid stating the findings of a study in the title? 3. According to this chapter, which are more formal as titles: “statements” or “questions”? 4. Which of the following titles is correct? A. The Affects of Treatment A on Outcome B B. The Effects of Treatment A on Outcome B 5. Child Care Subsidies Increase the Number of Mothers Who Are Employed Full-Time
You will prepare and submit a term paper on Research Paper for Master of Midwifery Details to follow. Your paper should be a minimum of 3000 words in length. to these are the development of rapid diagnostic tools in molecular biology like the polymerase chain reaction, microarray technology and DNA sequencing facilities (Berg et al, 2002. Mathews andVan Holde, 1996).In obstetrics, many antenatal tests are offered at different gestational periods (British Columbia Reproductive Care Program, 2003). Options for genetic testing are given to the mother once she presents as pregnant following the guidelines set by the countrys National Health Service (Department of Health, 2007).Issues that surround antenatal genetic screening are those that pertain to the safety of the fetus and the mother due to the sampling procedures, the implications for the termination of the pregnancy if the tests come out with a prediction or detection of serious genetic illness, the provision for an informed choice to the mother and/or father, and the roles that the medical practitioner play during the antenatal period (Rothenberg and Thomson, 1994. Kent, 2005). The aim of this paper is to present basic antenatal screening procedures, the difficulties and genetic counseling associated with the decision-making process towards pregnancy termination, the roles that health care personnel play during this period, and antenatal care of the mother who decides on the fate of her unborn child.Each person is different from all others because of his distinct DNA. This DNA codes for his genes, and these genes are translated to the proteins or enzymes that are involved in basic metabolic processes of life (Mathews and Van Holde, 1996. Alberts et al,2002). When there is a defect in the genetic code, an erroneous protein is produced and the metabolic process where this protein participates in is affected resulting in disease. There are many causes of genetic defects because of the several essential processes leading to the correct translation of the protein code (Kornberg and Baker, 2005).
Write a 10 pages paper on social stigma and mental illness. While such labels are applicable to a small fraction of patients, a majority of them are normal individuals by common standards. Their disorders and disturbances only affect their concentration, cognition and efficiency. Yet, they get ostracized for their condition. The mainstream media plays a significant role in spreading such misconceptions among the citizenry. As a matter of statistic, crime rates among the mentally disturbed are quite similar to that of the control group (Angermeyer, 2004). Yet, the media portrays them as people prone to violent and antisocial behavior. For example,Mental illness also has not received the sensitive media coverage that other illnesses have been given. We are surrounded by stereotypes, popular movies talk about killers who are “psychos” and news coverage of mental illness only when it related to violence. We also often hear the causal use of terms like “lunatic” or “crazy,” along with jokes about the mentally ill. These representations and the use of discriminatory language distort the publics view and reinforce inaccuracies about mental illness. (Schulze, 2003)It is not an even keel with all types of afflictions. Some of them like schizophrenia are subject to more ridicule and stigma than say depression. People affected with this condition are portrayed as psychos, whackos, nut balls, etc. While disorders like depression dont attract such treatment as a result of widespread awareness about anti-depressants within the mainstream media (Kelly, 2007).There are other negative consequences to such stigma. For one thing, many people shy away from getting proper treatment for their conditions on fear of being ridiculed and disparaged
: Change in mosquito ecology leading to increase of (Dengue Fever) in Southern Florida.
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· Page Limit: including all visuals, you have a minimum of 10 pages double-spaced and maximum of 13 pages double-spaced. This page limit excludes title page, abstract, and reference pages.
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Needs to be plagiarism free! In order to do this the discussion will first of define pain, because it not objective as many nurses and health practioners may believe. In fact it is a very subjective term. The essay will then go on to the different types of pain relief and finally end with a discussion of the problems in the UK when dealing with patient’s whose wishes are hard to discern and whether we should be administering pain relief and life saving methods without proper consent.Pain is a multi dimensional experience and has a sensory, emotional, cognitive component. Pain management approaches that address all these three factors are likely to be more successful and popular (Carr C.J. Ellois. 2001). The World Health Organization estimates that 22% of people experience some form of pain (Gureje et al 1998). Potter in 1993 showed that 11.3% of the visits made to General Practitioners were to get treatment for chronic pain (DAY.R. 2002).The losses in terms of quality of life and economy were rated high enough for the WHO to give pain the status of a “world health problem,” by the WHO in 1986. In the UK, the Working Party Report Pain after Surgery (The Royal College of Surgeons of England and The College of Anaesthetists 1990) recognized the need for professional supervision and protocol development for pain management. The committee also highlighted the historical inadequacy in pain management. Acute Pain Services (ACS) was initiated for managing post-surgical pain (Taylor. H. 2001). The Provision of Pain Services (Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland and The Pain Society 1997) propounded the specialized role of nursing in pain management. (Pain Society, 2001)The Royal College and the Anaesthetic Association reported that 44% of hospitals had some form acute care services and 79% used modern analgesic techniques to manage pain (Carr C.J. Ellois. 2001.) A study of hospital services declares pain prevention to be one of the 10 most important indicators of care quality. (Susan M, 2003)While the need for management is acknowledged, the resources allocated for the function were found to be inadequate. In a significant finding, the Clinical Standards Advisory Group found that although 81% of the functions involve nursing care and 7% of these were headed by nurses there was lack of specialized nursing care in the chronic pain department. The situation was further made worse by inadequate funding. (Pain Society, 2001) Health professionals currently are found to have deficits in knowledge and skills for proper pain management. Nursing care is often found to be influenced by attitude of patients, their culture and value systems. (Redorbit.com, 2006) .
During Week 4, we will shift our attention to the legislative history behind the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and the challenges faced by the organization in carrying out its responsibilities. Additionally, we will focus on specific implementation activities, such as designing, rulemaking, operating, and evaluating.
Your Learning Objectives for the Week:
Apply and interpret the stages in the policy making process.
Critique the practical aspects of how one might influence the policy process through the political process.
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1. Discuss the contribution that learning theories have
made to the treatment of mental illness.
2. Behavioural treatments need to be applied within an
ethical framework. Critically discuss.
3. Discuss whether the concept of personality is
necessary. Has the person-situation debate been adequately resolved?
Formulate an educational plan for a patient with Asthma for the family. Include nutrition, medications, disease process, respiratory therapies, physical activity and the use of a peak-flow meter.
What behaviors do you believe would be
considered abnormal in every culture and society (present and past) and in all
situations? Are these behaviors symptoms of any of the disorders discussed in
this chapter? How does this list help or hinder psychologists understanding of