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Healthcare

There is increased interest in developing culturally-competent health interventions. Two studies that were recently conducted attempted to address diet and physical activity shortcomings that are prevalent in the African American Community. They both did well to incorporate important cultural considerations. Lynch, Liebman, Ventrelle, Avery, and Richardon (2014) presented information about...

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The population chosen for examination in this paper is Asian Americans which includes Americans who are of Asian descent to include individuals from China, Japan, North and South Korea, and other countries that fall within the geographical regions of the Far East, Southeast Asia, and the Indian subcontinent (Office of...

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Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are commonly defined as infections that are spread by any kind of sexual intercourse, especially vaginal, oral and anal sex. With that being said, one can also get an STD by simply touching someone else’s infected area or sore/s – i.e. through skin to skin contact....

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Outcomes Measures in HealthcareMeasurement of outcome following a clinical intervention is an important function in nursing practice. By evaluating pain, for instance, a nurse comprehends the severity, location, exacerbating factors, among others. There are two benefits of measuring the patients’ outcomes. Significantly, the evaluation process provides important findings on when...

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This article, “Integrating Disabled Children,” explained the importance of inclusiveness when teaching disabled children. It began with a discussion of the potential ramifications of that inclusiveness, as there was some concern expressed about inappropriate behaviors being imitated on both sides. Non-disabled children may be influenced by inappropriate behaviors unique to...

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Telehealth, where various modes of communication are used in the absence of traditional face-to-face consultations between doctor and patient, have been proven to be efficacious in getting patients to adhere to the medical regimen prescribed for them, and thus eliminating costly hospital admissions for patients who neglect to take their...

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Gateway Behavioral Health Services is a part of the State of Georgia machinery. The entity is operating under the general direction of the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities, albeit it has a very particular social purpose with a high level of ownership of the activities. Gateway Behavioral Health...

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The responsibilities of my profession as a Clinical Nursing Assistant are to provide an additional level of care to patients in a clinical environment including the following: dressing and feeding patients, monitoring the relative comfort levels of patients, assisting patients with their pain tolerances and monitoring their vital signs for...

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Telehealth is the practice of providing healthcare remotely by utilizing telecommunication technologies. One of the advantages it provides is to allowing healthcare access to families with children who live in rural areas, far from normal centers of medical care such as hospitals, clinics and specialty practitioners. This access to healthcare...

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