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Healthcare

Introduction According to the AHRQ model, Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) involves three stages: Knowledge creation and distillation, diffusion and dissemination of the information and adoption, implementation and institutionalization (Nieva et al., 2005). These three basic phases can then be used to construct an EBP based healthcare delivery plan that guides Registered...

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European society was irrevocably altered as a consequence of the pandemic bubonic plague. It was not only due to the large percentage of the population that died, but that it affected everyone regardless of economic standing, social rank, or church position. Rich, poor, middling class, the clergy from priests to...

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As one of the most complex viruses in existence today, the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (commonly referred to as HIV), is one that has represented a significant public health issue over the past several decades. Although the exact origins of the HIV virus are unknown, it is believed to have originated...

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Hepatitis B Virus is a bloodborne pathogen that causes significant liver disease. It is passed through blood and bodily fluids. Unlike Hepatitis C Virus, there is a vaccine available for the protection of individuals. It is recommended that all health care workers obtain the Hepatitis B vaccine. However, if a...

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“I love you” is one the most dangerous virus of 2017. The brainchildren of the virus are two Filipino programmers namely Onel de Guzman and Reonel Ramones. The virus has significantly been used on social media platforms where it pops up and tells users to click so that they can...

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Introduction The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is a sexually transmitted disease that is said to be the leading cause of oral cancer. The HPV virus contains approximately 200 DNA strains and of all those only nine are associated with cancers. HPV16 is primarily associated and concerned with oral cancers and...

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Some forms of vaccination are important and useful while others raise ethical and moral questions. For example, the 1976 vaccination against flu was a good idea but the consequences were expensive than the medical provision. Some conditions can be treated but thinking of vaccination with an ineffective medical regime makes...

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The Hill’s Criteria is one of the most cited frameworks for causal deduction in the field of epidemiology. The criteria consist of the strength of analogy, experiment, coherence, plausibility, the biological gradient, temporality, specificity, consistency, and association (Frank, Faber, & Stark, 2016). The strength of association is the first criterion...

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Abstract As of now in the United States, most people who get mosquito bites only need to deal with the an annoying, itchy skin irritation. After washing the area with mild soap and water, a topical ointment can be applied and life can continue as usual. Meanwhile, tropical areas of...

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