• Qcf 3 Introduction to Personalisation in Health and Social Care (Hsc3046)
    Task A Short answer questions (1) Define the term Personalisation The definition of Personalisation means that every person receiving support either provided by the government or funded by him or herself will have choice and control in what they would like their care to be. (2) Describe t...
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  • Cxc Mutipe Choice Questions
    CXC SOCIAL STUDIES QUESTIONS MULTIPLE CHOICE The main reason for the origin of the Caribbean Community is: a) The need for economic cooperation b) The formation of Carifta c) The existence of one type of people d) The maintenance of the University of the West Indies. The first Heads...
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  • Consumer Rights
    Journal of International Business Ethics Vol.1 No.1 2008 ESSAY: CONSUMER RIGHTS: A PART OF HUMAN RIGHTS Shaoping Gan Center for Applied Ethics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing, China Abstract: For many ordinary Chinese, assuming obligation and responsibility means almost the...
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  • Choice, Discrimination, and the Motherhood Penalty
    bs_bs_banner 557 Choice, Discrimination, and the Motherhood Penalty Tamar Kricheli-Katz Recent studies have documented substantial penalties associated with motherhood and suggest that discrimination plays an important role in producing them. In this article, I argue that the degree to...
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  • Choice and Empowerment
    Choice and Empowerment for People with a Learning Disability. A review conducted on behalf of APEMH by John Harris, British Institute of Learning Disabilities. A shorter version of this paper has been accepted for publication by the British Journal of Learning Disabilities. The review is desig...
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  • Economic theory; freedom and rights
    Briefing Paper November 2001 Economic Theory, Freedom and Human Rights: The Work of Amartya Sen This Briefing Paper reviews the ways in which the Nobel Prize winning economist Professor Amartya Sen has focussed international attention on the significance of fundamental human...
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  • Gay Rights Persuasive Speech
    What’s the definition of marriage to you? To me, it’s a great bond of two people under holy matrimony. Notice that I didn’t say a great bond of man and woman. Ninety percent of people might disagree on what I have said, but what about the other ten percent? The other ten percent have another t...
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  • The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
    Introduction: The International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights entered into force on 3 January 1976. Article of this covenant elevated us about tread union and the right of the workers. In this assignment I will discuss about article 8 of the covenant, interrelated international la...
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  • Understand Key Legislation and Agreed Ways of Working That Support the Fulfilment of Rights and Choices of Individuals with Dementia While Minimising Risk of Harm.
    2.1 Explain the key legislation that relates to fulfilment of rights and choices and the minimising of risk of harm and the impact on an individual with dementia. * Human Rights Act of 1998 * Mental Capacity Act of 2005 * Mental Capacity and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards 2005 *...
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  • Joseph Heller Relationship
    Context Joseph Heller was born in Brooklyn in 1923. He served as an Air Force bombardier in World War II and enjoyed a long career as a writer and a teacher. His best-selling books include Something Happened, Good as Gold, Picture This, God Knows, and Closing Time, but his first novel, Catch-22, re...
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  • The Principle of Beneficence vs Patient Autonomy and Rights
    Special Feature – Medical Ethics Essay Singapore Med J 2002 Vol 43(3) : 148-151 Deconstructing Paternalism – What Serves the Patient Best? N H S S Tan (This Essay won the Singapore Medical Association Ethics Essay Award (Non-medical Undergraduate Category) in 2001.) ABSTRACT On the mot...
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  • Career Choice Factors of High School Students
    Career Choice Factors 1 CAREER CHOICE FACTORS OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS By Michael Borchert A Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Master of Science Degree With a Major in Career and Technical Education Approved: 2 Semester Credits ___________________...
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  • Gay Rights
    Gay Rights "Adam and Eve; not Adam and Steve", is the argument that many heterosexuals tend to use. I have also heard the same old story argued of Sodom and Gomorrah so much that I could possibly recite it word for word. If anyone were to seriously put their prejudices aside and look at that story,...
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  • Human Rights
    1. “The Human Rights Act has revolutionised the way in which judges interpret statutes.” Introduction 1.      From the statement, what do you understand? Critically give your own definition/ view on the statement 2.      Briefly explain history of HRA and SI....
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  • Relationship Between China and Africa
    ica Breaking the rumor— Facts and evidence of China’s aid to Africa and the outlook of Sino-African development Xinyue Mai Class: MGT 402 Professor: Paul Wilhelm December 11, 2011 Abstract In recent years, with the rapid development of African economies, the ‘new colonialismâ€...
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  • Employment Rights and Responsibilities
    Understand employment responsibilities and rights in health, social care or children and young people's settings. 1.1. The main aspects of employment covered by law include: • Minimum wage • Hours worked • Discrimination •...
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  • Principles of Economics: Multiple Choice Chapter1
    Chapter 1 Ten Principles of Economics MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The word that comes from the Greek word for “one who manages a household” is a. market. b. consumer. c. producer. d. economy. ANSWER: d. economy. TYPE: M SECTION: 1 DIFFICULTY: 1 2. The word econ...
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  • Gay Rights
    The ongoing controversy on same-sex marriage and its legality throughout the United States has been one of the ultimate debates in this decade. There is a plethora of public laws and state statues specifying which licenses may be issued, which are recognized from other states and which are prohibite...
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  • Human Rights Under Democracy
    HUMAN RIGHTS UNDER DEMOCRACY K. Ramana Prasad Introduction Ever since the organisastion of societies in different forms came about, conflicts in the manner of assuming, conferring...
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  • Patients Rights
    The legal interests of persons who submit to medical treatment. For many years, common medical practice meant that physicians made decisions for their patients. This paternalistic view has gradually been supplanted by one promoting patient autonomy, whereby patients and doctors share the decision-m...
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