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He Dreamed of Creating Magic - And He Does

One of my dreams was to grow up and become a magician. Well, that's what happened. I'm not a science fiction writer. I'm a magician. I can use words to make you believe anything." -Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury is one of the classic authors of our day- one of the fathers of science fiction. At nearly 82 years old, and over 500 works later, . . . .

Internet Addiction

Abstract

This research paper carefully and thoroughly examines the recent phenomenon of Internet Addiction Disorder (IAD). This paper is designed to carefully analyze the impact of IAD on today's society, and attempt to outline how an individual with IAD can help overcome the limitations of the disorder.

First, IAD is defined, and its impact on society, . . . .

How Schizophrenia Affects the Brain, Person, & Family

This paper looks at the how schizophrenia affects the brain, the person, & the family, also looking at the history of the subject and its role within society. Bibliography cites four sources

Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is one of a range of mental conditions that is widely misunderstood. May see it as a . . . .

What type of evaluation will you conduct? Who are the stakeholders, and what interests do they have? Discuss the considerations that will guide your evaluation planning.

I would perform a program evaluation allowing me to collect data related to the activities, characteristics, and the results of the program. This type of evaluation would also allow me to make recommendations to the . . . .

Sexual Child Abuse

Child sexual abuse involves a broad range of sexual behaviors that take place between a child and an older person. These sexual behaviors are planned to erotically stir the older person, commonly without concern for the consequences, choices, or outcome of the behavior upon the child. Definite conducts that are sexually offensive frequently involve bodily contact, . . . .

Aromatherapy for Allergies

Summary

This paper presents brief introductions on aromatherapy and allergies and the various nursing aspects and implications on the uses of aromatherapy as a treatment for allergies.

Introduction

Aromatherapy is defined as the art of using essential oils taken from leaves, bark, roots, and flowers, to enhance moods, sharpen minds, awaken . . . .

multicultural counseling approaches used in the application of the family systems theory

Abstract

The purpose of this discussion is to explain the multicultural counseling approaches used in the application of the family systems theory.

First we will define the Family Systems theory. Then the discussion will review three counseling approaches that utilize the theory in a . . . .

Factors Impacting Health Care Delivery Systems

Two factors that have a significant impact on health care delivery systems are the rate of development of new technologies and the need to provide health care services to a more culturally diverse range of people.

Modern medicine is rapidly changing, with new treatments constantly being developed. This produces a challenge in how to . . . .

The Problem: Incidents of Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Developing Countries

Sexually transmitted diseases (STD's) have been a problem for doctors worldwide and governments around the globe for many years.

Pre-screening, diagnosis, and treatment programs are required to stop the spread of STDs.

A host of sexually transmitted diseases have, unfortunately, exploded in . . . .

Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Developing Countries

Sexually transmitted diseases (STD's) have been a problem for doctors worldwide and governments around the globe for many years.

Pre-screening, diagnosis, and treatment programs are required to stop the spread of STDs.

A host of sexually transmitted diseases have, unfortunately, exploded in large numbers in the . . . .

The use and role of continuous passive motion (CPM) during the post-operative rehabilitation of knee arthroscopy.

Chapter One: Problem Statement

Chapter Two: Literature Review

Knee Arthroscopy 3

Continuous Passive Motion 4

Continuous Passive Motion and Stiffness 5

Continuous Passive and Knee Arthroplasty 7

Continuous Passive Motion and . . . .

The research conducted regarding the problem of Internet Addictive Disorder or IAD is defined in this paper as a "maladaptive behavior surrounding the use of the Internet," and it was established earlier that this kind of disorder is not yet formally recognized, most especially among the scientific community. IAD is significant and poses a crucial problem for every individual who gets . . . .

Hepatitis C Treatments: Their Link to Depression and Implications for the Social Worker

Abstract

The most commonly used treatment for patients suffering from Hepatitis C, a deadly liver disease, is the drug interferon combined with ribavirin. This treatment offers the most promise for a long-term positive prognosis. However, it has a known high rate for negative psychological . . . .

Coping with Cancer

Introduction

According to the American Cancer Society, cancer is the second leading cause of death in the United States. Half of all men and one-third of all women in the U.S. will develop cancer during their lifetimes. Today, millions of people are living with cancer or have had cancer. The numbers are dismal; according to most statistical data American's . . . .

portrayal of women in music, tv, film, advertising, & other media since 1990

This essay addresses how the portrayal of women has changed in one segment of the media (music, tv, film, advertising) from the early 1990's when the book Where the Girls Are: Growing Up Female With the Mass Media by Susan J. Douglas was completed. Discussed are the commonalties between women currently . . . .

Personal Philosophy on Supervision and Evaluation believe that supervising and evaluating trainees is a necessary part of the education system, required to ensure the quality of staff in the public education sector. However, for this evaluation to be most beneficial it should be treated as an opportunity for improvement, not as an opportunity to find out what you have been doing wrong. With a . . . .

Health Systems Administration

Introduction

In a managed mental health care system, the unnecessary utilization of equipment and accessories is restricted at the care provider stage. This is done by a chain of monetary incentives and by directly managing the care proceeds. For instance, managed mental health care decreases cost comparatively by changing the treatment setup from . . . .

Health Systems Administration

Ambulatory Care Services

Introduction

The Ambulatory Health Care Accreditation Program was set up by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations in 1975, intended to promote excellence in patient care in all kinds of self-supported ambulatory care services. These services include physician offices, group medical practices . . . .

Coordinated School Health Program

There is a premise that a healthy student is a more productive student. Better health denotes fewer sick days, promotes greater focus in a classroom setting and provides teachers with a safer, more work-conducive environment. Though ambitious, this goal is not unreachable. But such an aim requires a collective community effort. This initiative is . . . .

Assessing Stress at Work

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) is a Federal Agency responsible for conducting and making recommendations regarding the prevention of illness and injury at work. NIOSH has determined that stress in the workplace creates a significant health risk, which is detrimental to the psychological and physical well being of humans exposed . . . .

NUTRITION ASSESSMENT OF A VEHICLE ACCIDENT VICTIM

This is a paper on the Nutrition Assessment of a vehicle accident victim. This paper answers questions concerning lab values, the chance of possible malnutrition and safe weight loss. There was one source used.

When assessing a patient the nurse has to consider the nutritional requirements. Some things that might alert the nurse . . . .

Abstract

Management in higher education takes on many of the same qualities as management in the private sector. There is a strong division between tenure and non-tenure faculty just as there are divisions between management and lower staff in corporations. There must be a system of rewards and punishment so that tenured professors will continue to perform at a high level. There is a . . . .

OSTEOARTHRITIS

Introduction

Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis mostly affecting senior citizens progressively with age though trauma-induced osteoarthritis is also observed in younger people. Osteoarthritis occurs at the joints—elbows, shoulders, knees and the digits of the hand. A projected 20 million people are in the United States are assumed to have . . . .

Introduction: Background of the Problem

Most of us have read Oliver Twist and other sad tales of what was once the fate of children who had no close family members to take care of them, usually either because they had been orphaned or because their parents could not for some reason care for them. Traditionally, children without parents were cared for by other members of their families. . . . .

This paper presents a detailed examination of special education from the standpoint of the students' parents. The writer explores the opinions on the accessibility and quality of special education afforded their children in Massachusetts. The writer examines the opinions through the use of research project that is proposed here. There were eight sources used to complete this paper.

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PERFECTIONISM

SUMMARY: This is a paper that defines, analyzes and relates the concept of perfectionism to nursing practice. It has 10 sources in APA Format.

INTRODUCTION

Early literature in psychology implies negative emphasis on the concept of perfectionism. Psychologists term the concept as stemming from early childhood, a disorder either genetic or simply derived from . . . .

Much concern has been raised about violence in the public schools. Teen violence in general has become a major concern in America today. One of the reasons for the issue being so prevalent is the number of school shootings in the last few years, especially the shooting at Columbine High in Littleton, Colorado. While the welfare of young people is always of concern, much of the fear being . . . .

The movie Good Will Hunting is an artfully written and produced film which explores one important part of the human condition from the viewpoint of all of the major characters. The question probed in one way or another by all the major characters is how we as human beings balance the need to be connected to others with the risk of being hurt if those people leave us in some way.

The . . . .

Introduction

If we were to be strictly honest with ourselves, we all have behaviors that we would like to modify but fail to do anything about either because the task of changing our behavior seems too difficult or because we do not believe that behavioral modification is really possible to achieve. (A third possibility is that we do not actually want to modify our behavior but only . . . .

This paper presents detailed reviews of four psychological articles. Each review presents a short summary, and a critique of the experimental design that was used by the investigators. There were four sources used to complete this paper.

This study was designed for the purpose of determining whether if there is a difference between Asian and American students at American Universities . . . .

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