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Reality Therapy: Key Assumptions & Concepts

Over the centuries many theorists have attempted to explain human behaviors and also to propose methods of helping others. The reality therapy model is just one such example of a theory that establishes a framework for helping guide people in the best way possible through their troubles, based on what...

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Connection Between Theory and Advanced Clinical Practice

The distinction between theory and practice has been delineated in nearly every occupational evolution, including nursing, since philosophers began theorizing. Often hotly debated, this distinction has fervent supporters and detractors on both sides. Theorists are often accused of not understanding how their theories are employed operationally because they often reside...

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Autologous Cord Blood in Neonatal Congenital Cardiac Surgery

AbstractThis paper presents a summary and analysis of the journal article titled ‘Cardiopulmonary Bypass Priming Using Autologous Cord Blood in Neonatal Congenital Cardiac Surgery’ as published in the Korean Circulation Journal. This summary and analysis will provide a brief overview of the article’s content. The discussion will involve several sections...

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Vaccinations Underway as Meningitis Kills Hundreds in Nigeria

There are many areas in Africa where people live in extreme poverty. Unfortunately, many people must also deal with deadly diseases. Nigerian people are currently fighting a battle against a disease called meningitis. Meningitis is an inflammatory disease. It is a deadly “infection of the thin lining that surrounds the...

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Health Research Proposal

Overview The issue under investigation is alternative methods to ensure the health of livestock intended for human consumption without the use broad use of antibiotics. The research question is this: Can we reduce the use of antibiotics in livestock by better identifying sick animals before infectious diseases spread? The thesis...

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Herbs and their therapeutic uses

For the non-standardized version of St. John’s Wort I found “Boiron Homeopathic Medicine Hypericum Perforatum” which came in a bottle with 30C Pellets that was 80 Count Tube. This was promoted as a homeopathic medicine that had no drug interactions or side effects and was regulated as an over-the-counter medication...

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Psychotherapy Paper Sample

In a hypothetical scenario where a patient with a serious anxiety disorder consulted two psychotherapists, one a Freudian, and the other an existentialist, for help with their issues, the therapist with the existentialist bent would be in a much better position to assist them in determining the origins and causes...

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Angiography: What Is It?

Angiography is an important type of medical procedure in which the inside or lumen of the arteries and veins is visualized for the cardiologist. While any artery or vein may be the focus of the procedure, it is usually used to visualize the coronary arteries, coronary veins and chambers of...

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Applying Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a method of treatment utilized for the purpose of “examining the relationships between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors;” through the identification and understanding of the patterns that emerge betwixt these three areas, it becomes possible to modify behavioral approaches to improve coping (Duckworth & Freedman, 2012). The...

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How effective is Thrombolytic Therapy Compared to Aspirin Therapy for a Patient with Coronary Artery Disease?

The use of aspirin as a therapy for coronary artery disease is common, and this analysis will form the major part of this discussion. Xian et al. (2015) researched the optimal maintenance dose after percutaneous coronary intervention with stenting. In the study of 10213 patients in 228 US hospitals, the...

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Responsibility and Ethico-Moral Values in Counselling and Psychotherapy

The study by Abrams & Loewenthal (2005) focuses on the interpretation of the notion of responsibility within philosophical and therapeutic perspectives. The title of the study clearly conveys the theme of their research and delineates the professional field that they were focused on (counselling psychology and psychotherapy). The abstract of...

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Adlerian Therapy

Adlerian theory came from Alfred Adler, who believed that individuals could be better understood within their social context. Adler firmly believed that all individuals wish to feel important and, most importantly, to belong. Adlerian therapy strives to understand individuals’ efforts to compensate for their self-perceived inferiority towards others. Adlerian therapy...

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Vaccinate California and Senate Bill 277

In June of 2015, the governor of California signed Senate Bill 277, which changed the availability of nonmedical exemptions (NMEs) to vaccinations for children in public or private school as well as child care settings. In the past, NMEs were usually granted on the basis of personal beliefs, but this...

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Traditional Chinese Medicine For The Treatment Of Diabetes

Chinese medicine is based on a system of beliefs. It is based on traditional concepts and theories of health and wellness more so, than documented and concrete, scientific data. The theories pertain to the human body, “harmony between two opposing yet complementary forces, called yin and yang” (Xie, 2011) and...

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Home Care

Communities as a whole can have many different risks to the health of the people. The spread of disease and infection is must faster in urban settings due to the close proximity of people. Tuberculosis can become widespread in this way. The health and well-being of children can be threatened...

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Malpractices Issues Among Dentists

Malpractices Issues Among Dentists Today’s healthcare atmosphere is one where healthcare providers not only have to be concerned about patient care, they must also keep the potential for a medical malpractice suit at the back of their minds. Due to the nature of their work, dentists are at an increased...

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Drug Treatments for HIV/AIDS

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) for which there is no known cure (Arcangelo & Peterson, 2012). There are several different stages of HIV, with the final being that of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). Over the last several decades there has been improvement in the drugs...

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Pain Management

When a patient reaches medical care, one of the first instincts for both the patient and the care giver is to address the pain level of the patient and to immediately attempt to relieve the pain. However, Wiebelhaus and Hansen (2001) explain that, with burn patients, pain assessment must come...

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Porter and Healthcare

There are many things that I learned from Porter’s article. My understanding of the healthcare domain is now different. I never realized how much cost is a part of the healthcare domain. Doctors, machinery, patients, and the costs for each type of medical condition, and individuals who are treated in...

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What Is Aromatherapy?

Aromatherapy is an exciting alternative holistic therapy that uses pure essential oils for a specific type of relaxing body massage that benefits de-stressing, wellness, the healing of the mind body and soul, and a number of common conditions. It is is suitable for men and women of all ages from...

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