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Health science

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Management and Leadership in Healthcare

Behavior is dynamic; it is as a result of opposing forces that drive change and sometimes cause employees to act out of place. According to (Kritsonis, 2005), restraining forces in the work place hinder change and make it difficult for management to enforce changes that would enhance the workplace experience....

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The Benefits of Red Meat

Several years ago there was an ad campaign that promoted “Pork – The Other White Meat.” It seemed to boast about the superiority of white meats like pork or fowl, implying that red meat was somehow inferior. Of course, meat in general has a bad reputation with some people, but...

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Tuskegee Syphilis Study

In the early years of the twentieth century, one of the world's worst human rights violations in research occurred in the name of the Tuskegee Syphilis study. The study was conducted in Macon County, Alabama. Most ethical codes of conduct of the IRB were terribly broken. One might defend the...

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The Nursing as Science

While the efforts to establish nursing as a science have been numerous, some scholars still associate nursing with art or humanistic science. Shaw (1907) saw nursing as an art, whereas Mother Olivia Gowan (1943) wrote that nursing was both an art and a science. Madeleine Leininger (1978) thought that nursing...

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The Impact of Education Level on the Predictor of Long-Term Health and Quality of Life

Several researchers have established a correlation between level of education and effects on a person’s health, but the pathways of thought which lead to better health and longer life expectancy are not yet clearly understood (Lleras-Muney, 2006; Feinstein,2002). The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of education...

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