• Stroke
    improves functional outcome. An indicator for improvement is the positive change in the Functional Independence Measures (FIM; see Appendix C) score over a period of time in the post-acute care period. Within the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) this measure is captured in the Functional Status...
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  • Implementing a Software Security Strategy
    ) 11 Gramm-Leach-Biley Act (GBLA) 11 Health Information Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA) 11 Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) 11 International Computer Laws 12 The European Data Protection Directive and the Safe Harbor Act 12 State Computer Laws 12 California Senate Bill (SB) 1386 12...
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  • The Third Age
    health, offers rich possibilities for self-fulfillment, purposeful engagement, and completion. At the individual level, the Third Age can last a few years or as much as two decades or more. Since aging has now become highly contextualized in America there is no set pattern, sequence of events, or...
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  • Resurgent Cities, Urban Myths and Policy Hubris: What We Need to Know
    agenda to develop serious, fundamental, evidencebased research on urban issues before rushing to judgement or formulating urban policies on the basis of some new conventional wisdom(s). In this context, it is hoped that this Special Issue forms something of a manifesto. 2. Resurgence and the...
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  • Tsfsa
    is desirable; historically created and derived from experience; shared by a population or group within it; and they provide the means for organizing and structuring patterns of behavior’ (Reamer, 1995, p. 11). Others have accorded values great importance: Vigilante (1974) calls them ‘the fulcrum...
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  • Introduction to Semantic E-Science in Biomedicine
    Web interest group to focus on Health Care and Life Sciences (HCLSIG) [11]. We have observed a steady increase of efforts in this new direction. For examples, several major biomedical ontology efforts have been launched lately: OBI [12] project is developing an integrated ontology for the...
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  • An Advanced Health Assessment Using Functonal Patten
    , but the systemic review is integrated where relevant. The proforma was designed based on a functional health patterns (Javrvis & Denmead 2012, p.456). Under each heading of these patterns, I designed questions aims to obtain the normal and abnormal findings, and the client’s answers are...
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  • Is Cultural Impact
    health-related quality of life measures. Quality of Life Research, 2(6), 441-449. Henry, G. T. (1990). Practical sampling. Newbury Park, Sage Publications. Ho, T. H., Raman, K. S. & Watson, R. T. (1989). Group decision support systems: The cultural factor. Proceedings of the Tenth International...
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  • digital marketing impact on consumer buying behavior
    to make better decisions about financial issues, purchases, health care, and other complex issues (Wind et al. 2002, 180). The same is true in the b2b sector, for example, eRoom provides collaboration tools in the form of a digital workplace to help companies bring together cross-functional...
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  • Family-Centered Health Promotion
    collaborate with health providers and join a shared approach at tackling health promotion together can be rewarding for all parties. Nursing theorist and professor, Marjory Gordon developed a functional health pattern assessment to provide a comprehensive patient assessment for nurses. (Current...
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  • Glossary
    ., Moffitt, T. E., & Plomin, R. (2000). Neighborhood deprivation affects children’s mental health: Environmental risks identified in a genetic design. Psychological Science, 11, 338–342. Cassel, W. S., Roebers, C. E. M., & Bjorklund, D. F. (1996). Developmental patterns of eyewitness responses to...
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  • Tb Meningitis Case Study
    History (Based on the Functional Health Pattern by Gordon) 1. HEALTH PERCEPTION-HEALTH MANAGEMENT PATTERN 2.1 Client’s description of her/his health: Before Admission: Decreased Consciousness At present: Central Nervous System secondary to TB Meningitis 2.2 Health...
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  • Media
    need to consider the impact on an individual(s) and on (a) language(s) of contact with other indigenous or immigrant dialects and languages, which in turn would engender questions about patterns of multilingual communication, language choice and identity issues. Here, again, there are significant...
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  • Obesity
    Dietetic Association. (1999). Dietary guidance for healthy children aged 2 to 11 years. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 99, 93-101. American Dietetic Association. (2001). A primer on fats and oils. Journal of the American Dietetic Association, 101(3), S-3. American Dietetic...
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  • Pneumonia Case Study
    disease but not on respiratory problems such as bronchitis, asthma or pneumonia. Gordon’s 11 Functional Pattern 1. Health Perception – Health Management Pattern Before Hospitalization: According to the S.O, the patient views health as very important to human. One...
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  • Family Health Promotion
    from each functional health patterns by Gordon. These questions made it easier for this author to assess and collect adequate data that was necessary in making nursing diagnosis, and sound judgment about their functional health patterns in areas of: Values, health perception, Nutrition, Sleep/Rest...
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  • Family HEALTH ASSESSMENT
    indirect care to the person and community in terms of assessment, diagnosis, nursing interventions, implementation and evaluation. Historically conceptual models are using to assess the family in nursing practice. Health assessment included with subjective and objective data. Here Gordan’s 11 functional...
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  • Environmental Governance
    that a directive is given to the government to establish the Act of law that will regulate the relationship between them through relevant mechanisms and procedures19. 10 Chapter 4, Intergovernmental Relation Framework act 2005; S 41 1(h), Constitution 1996; S 41(3) Constitution 11 Section 45 and...
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  • Nanda
    enhanced coping 10. Readiness for enhanced family coping 11. Risk for self-mutilation 12. Risk for suicide 13. Risk for post-trauma syndrome 14. Risk-prone health behaviors 15. Self-mutilation 16. Stress overload Value-Belief Pattern 1. Impaired religiosity 2. Moral distress 3. Readiness for...
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  • Strategic Management
    This module has been developed by Aberdeen Business School at The Robert Gordon University. Topic 1: Learning the language of Strategic Management Topic Preview This first topic gives an introduction to the subject of strategic planning and management, and establishes a foundation for...
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