Indigenous Child Welfare Policy

Indigenous Child Welfare Policy Abstract Many of the problems related to child neglect and abuse in communities emerge from the experiences directly associated with colonization. Until recently, when apologists began to defend the removal of the indigenous child welfare policies, aboriginal children have faced constant maltreatment under such policies. These policies have shown that the… Continue reading Indigenous Child Welfare Policy

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REHABILITATION TEAM.

REHABILITATION TEAM. The interdisciplinary approach involves a team of clinicians from various disciplines. They undertake assessments, diagnosis, intervention, goal setting, collaboration with a common objective, and sharing resources and responsibilities. The recent case occurred when a 69-year woman admitted to the rehabilitation unit after being in the hospital for a left-side ischemic stroke a week… Continue reading REHABILITATION TEAM.

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Cerebrate Aviation Safety Training

Cerebrate Aviation Safety Training Fidelity is the level whereby the simulator resembles the actual aircraft, and the resemblance and acting like the genuine aircraft closely connected to training transfer fidelity comprises three elements that are cognitive, physical, and functional fidelity. Physical fidelity is the degree of simulator replicating the physical aircraft aeronautical feel and deck.… Continue reading Cerebrate Aviation Safety Training

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Significant risks for Nicole in the first 48 hours after her surgery

Q.1 Identify three or more SIGNIFICANT risks for Nicole in the first 48 hours after her surgery. A laparoscopic appendectomy is a surgery carried out to remove the appendix through the use of several small incisions, and the recovery process takes less time as compared to the large one. The significant potential risks are; risk of… Continue reading Significant risks for Nicole in the first 48 hours after her surgery

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The Australian College of Operating Room Nurses (ACORN)

Introduction The Australian College of Operating Room Nurses (ACORN) consist of standards. The primary standards are fatigue, infection prevention, environmental- sustainable, perioperative attire, asepsis, perioperative practice and surgical safety. The infection prevention standard ensures control of infection in patients who are undergoing surgery. This standard is the considered practice in an operating theatre department; it… Continue reading The Australian College of Operating Room Nurses (ACORN)

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how beauty stereotypes have affected African American expression and representation of their natural beauty

Wool of Identity Introduction Stereotypical beauty standards deeply rooted in society have led Black American women to shun the natural look of their hair, hiding it behind wigs, weave, and perms throughout the past centuries. To the present day, there are still harmful ideologies that heavily strain the full acceptance of Black women’s natural hair… Continue reading how beauty stereotypes have affected African American expression and representation of their natural beauty

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