• Efficacy Of Flu Shots
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    Issue Proposal on the Efficacy of Flu Shots In recent years encouragement to get flu shots has become a yearly mantra. Elderly, children six months to two years, health care workers and immune-deficient people are urged in the strongest terms to go to their doctors or clinics and get a flu shot. This group encompasses about 98 million people. In the fall of 2004 this was in the forefront of American and to some extent the Western World media with the shortage of this flu seasons vaccine. Current...
  • The Impact Of Leadership And Management In Nursing
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    The first study reviewed looked at the "effect of patient-focused redesign on mid level nurse managers' role responsibilities and perceptions of work environment (Ingersoll, 1999, p. 21). The study was chosen because patient-focused redesign models are becoming increasingly popular and little research has been conducted regarding the results of these models on nurse leaders / managers . A review of published studies of Patient-Focused Redesign (PFR) suggests that models differ across institution...
  • Seafood And Depression Study Wilsonson 2004
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    Seafood and Depression There have been studies that conclude that there is some relationship between food intake and mental health. The stress you endure, and how you deal with it differs in many ways. There is evidence that the more seafood college students eat the lower level of depression they experience. Researchers have two different inventories for depression. The Beck Depression Inventory is a leading depression inventory, and the new inventory is the Wilsonson's Depression Scale (Wilsons...
  • Acknowledging Fatigue Of Tired Women
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    Running head: ACKNOWLEDGING FATIGUE OF TIRED WOMEN Acknowledging Unexplained Fatigue of Tired Women The title "Acknowledging Unexplained Fatigue of Tired Women" indicates a qualitative study. This study is applicable to women (aged 18 years or more) with the symptoms of fatigue, depression, sense of powerless, and body aches. The problem is stated clearly throughout the introduction. The background information illustrates that fatigue is not well understood. If the patterns associated with fatig...
  • Rose Mental Science
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    Rose Ziegler grew up in Pennsylvania Amish Country. After marrying, she moved to Oklahoma where she made her living primarily in traditional medicine, but her avocation has always been the study of Mental Science. Though she admits much of what is known of the mental sciences is steeped in Eastern religious philosophies, her emphasis has been on the science behind such principles. Rose Ziegler grew up in Pennsylvania Amish Country. After marrying, she moved to Oklahoma where she made her living ...
  • How To Be A Good Student
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    How to Be a Good Student College is a competitive environment; in order to success in it a student needs certain skills. Those skills can only be learned. A college professor mentioned that there five basic rules that need to be followed in order to become a good student: study, do all the homework and the assigned reading, attend class, and, most importantly, develop self-discipline and time management 1. In the following lines, a detailed analyze of those different steps will be done. So, let'...
  • Happy Productive Employees Dodd Study Employee
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    Happy Employee are Productive Employees just-released longitudinal study adding to the growing body of scientific evidence on employee productivity confirms that depression is common in the workplace and detrimental to employee performance. These findings are reported in the May issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry, the monthly scientific journal of the American Psychiatric Association. The study found that absenteeism due to health problems was twice as high for employees with depressive...
  • Education Study Society People
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    Learning is the act or experience of one that learns knowledge or skill acquired by instruction or study, modification of a behavioral tendency by experience (as exposure to conditioning). Education is one of the most important tools that a society possesses. The right implementation of this tool is one of the greatest ways of assuring the quality of life within a society. The ability to better ourselves, is one of the strongest inherit abilities of the human race. Without the consistent develop...
  • Psychology Life With Or Without Father
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    What was the purpose of this study? This study had three purposes. The first purpose of this study was to better understand the effects of fathers' antisocial behaviors have on their children while differentiating between those fathers who have very antisocial behavior with those that have very little. The second purpose was the find out if the effects of a father's being in his child's life was the same in every family. The third purpose in this study was to find out whether the children of ant...
  • The Dynamics Of Alcohol And Marijuana Initiation
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    The Dynamics of Alcohol and Marijuana Initiation Alcohol and Marijuana are the most popular substances among adolescents in the United States. To prevent our youth from ever using marijuana or using alcohol too early, we must find out the exact age they are most likely to be initiated to it. Alcohol and Marijuana are often considered as gateway substances to other deadlier drugs. By delaying the onset of use by youths, we can prevent them from ever using other drugs. Many factors play into wheth...
  • Braden Scale Study Patients Mobility
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    The Braden Scale is a clinically valued tool that is used to predict pressure ulcers. The scale is broken down into six sub-scales; these sub scales determine the risk factors associated with skin break down. Multiple aspects of a patients condition are examined, (sensory perception, moisture, activity, mobility, nutrition, friction and shear), to limit the patients susceptibility for skin break down. Since pressure ulcers are a financial burden and a cause for patient discomfort and possible in...
  • Comparison Of Organisms In Different Microhabitats
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    A Comparison of Organisms in Different Microhabitats Jessica Hil key Meeker High School, Meeker, CO 81641 Abstract: On September 12 we started a long-term study of the foothills zone north of the Meeker High School. We evaluated the different organisms in different microhabitats, and studied to see if the habitats were significantly different. Our conclusion was that there was not a significant difference between the different habitats. Introduction September 12, 2000 and several other mornings ...
  • Underage Drinking Alcohol Study Age
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    STUDY FINDS YOUTH DRINKERS MORE LIKELY TO DRINK AND DRIVE, GET IN ALCOHOL-RELATED CRASHES AS ADULTS Boston, MA - The younger people are when they start drinking alcohol, the more likely they are to drive after excessive drinking and get into alcohol-related car crashes over the course of their adult lives, according to a new study conducted at Boston University's School of Public Health. The BU study, published this week in the Journal of Accident Analysis and Prevention, shows that adults who b...
  • Tyrode Solution Birth Weight
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    We then replaced the Tyrode's solution with a low calcium bath. This caused a decrease in tone of contractions. This occurs because the muscles need calcium to contract. The calcium bids to calmodulin, which leads to muscle contraction. So this low concentration causes fewer and less toned contractions. When 20% calcium is added to the solution it enables more calcium to bind to the receptors, thus causing more contractions. However, when we replaced the low calcium bath with a high calcium bat...
  • Improving Test Scores Questions Don Study
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    Improving Test Scores A large percentage of high school students end up NOT graduating because of low test scores. Various methods are used to aid the test-taking process but very few of them have ever actually been proven to work. There are 3 main things that you can do to improve test scores in school, study harder, take notes, and ask questions if you don't understand. Studying hard is an efficient and progressive way to improve test scores. Studying for tests help you retain the information ...
  • Treating Insomnia Relaxation Training
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    Treating Insomnia Psychologists publish articles describing their research in periodicals called journals. One such study is titled, "Treating Insomnia with A self-Administered Muscle Relaxation Training Program: A Follow-Up by Roland Gustafson. The study involved twelve women and ten men who were recruited by advertisements in a local Swedish newspaper, to take part in testing a new treatment for insomnia. This study explored whether simple self-administered relaxation training would help the s...
  • Critique Of Immediate Versus Delayed Fluid Resusci
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    Critique of Immediate Versus Delayed Fluid Resuscitation for Hypotensive Patients with Penetrating Torso Injuries using the Stetler Model David Johnson Scientific Inquiry in Nursing Introduction The purpose of this paper is to utilize the Stetler model of research utilization to critique a research article pertinent to my area of specialization. The Stetler (1994) model is based on an earlier model (Stetler & Marram, 1976) for critiquing and evaluating research for its use and application of fin...
  • How To Prepare For An Exam
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    Preparing for exams is a student's worst nightmare. You may get anxious, worried and do not know if you studied the right notes. The main factor is that you study your notes that you take in class. Follow these steps on how to prepare for an exam, so you will know how to prepare for your next exam. First, instead of waiting until the last week of exams to try to cram all your notes into your head, get a head start and study a little everyday. Gradually as your notes become more, lengthen your r...
  • Milgram Ethical Study Participants Experiment
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    The Milgram study, conducted in 1961-1962, shocked and fascinated the scientific community with not only its disturbing findings, but also with its questionable experimental methods. The experiment in itself consisted of placing an individual in a situation in which they would be forced to choose either to obey or disobey commands given by an authoritative person that were contrary to their own morals, sense of socially acceptable behaviour and humanity. This essay will concentrate on whether th...
  • Black People Race Gender White
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    Emily W. Gold frank Assignment 3-3 11/14/00 Annotations Wegner & Cra no, 1975 Subjects consisted of 144 students, equally divided with respect to race and gender, from a large Midwestern university. Experimenters consisted of 12 college students, also equally divided with respect to race and gender. Each experimenter tested 3 of each race-gender combination. Experimenters approached individual naive subjects in the hallways of different building throughout the campus. Experimenters waited for a...