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Diagnosis of Famous Person With Disorder Term Paper

… Diagnosis of a Famous Person

Vincent Van Gogh (Famous Person with Disorder)

Vincent Van Gogh -- a Case History

Vincent Van Gogh was a Dutch artist born in 1853 in a village of Netherlands to the family of Theodorus Van Gogh, a minister of Dutch Reformed Church.Van Gogh was the oldest among five siblings including two brothers and three sisters. He belonged to a family of art dealers, artisans and religious preacher's whileVincent himself was also keen to draw and sketch when he was a child. As time passed, he decided to become an artist. Even at a very young age, Vincent was moody, self-willed, annoying and irritable (Blumer, 2002). Later in life, his personality became more eccentric and he suffered from unbalanced moodsand recurrent…. [read more]


Alzheimer's Disease: The Onset as Alzheimer's Diseases Term Paper

… Alzheimer's Disease: The Onset

As Alzheimer's diseases is believed to be the "dementing order" because of the recognized changes in the behavior and line of thinking of the person with the said disease. From the researchers' and the physicians' point-of-view, there is a possibility that anyone can get it, regardless of the age. More so, people should realize that Alzheimer's disease is not really a normal part of aging. It is not something that is inevitable. There are some people who reached the age of 75 and up who are not even suffering from any dementing disorder. Because of this, it should be considered that Alzheimer's disease is actually "an exception, rather than the rule, of old age" (Light and Lebowitz, 1989).

There are enough…. [read more]


Diagnosis of S. Johnson Diagnosis and Treatment Case Study

… Diagnosis of S. Johnson

Diagnosis and Treatment Plan

Ms. Sandra Johnson presents both a typical as well as a complicated profile as she enters therapy. All too typical because so many children (especially girls) are molested as well as are treated carelessly by the foster care system. And complicated because the layers of abuse, neglect, and breach of trust over the years have compounded each other in ways that have made her turn on her own body as well as her own psyche. This paper provides a diagnosis for her current condition and then proposes a therapeutic approach to treating her.

We are told that Sandra Johnson is a 36-year-old African-American woman. She entered the foster care system at age 12 and has an 8th…. [read more]


Treatment of Acute Myeloid Leukemia Research Proposal

… Treatment of Acute Myeloid Leukemia

As a person ages, his/her prospect of contracting Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)

increases. Children and adults of any ages, however, may develop AML This qualitative study asserts that the potential for development of significant improvement of therapies for AML depends on continuing studies such as the three which this qualitative case study investigates.

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Context of the Problem

Organization of the Study

TREATMENT of ACUTE MYELOID LEUKEMIA

"The overall cure rate for childhood [acute lymphocytic leukemia] ALL

is now approximately 75-80%; however, for [acute myelogenous leukemia] AML

the cure rate is between 40 and 45%"

(Belson, Kingsley, and Holmes, para. 6)

Context of the Problem

Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)

Leukemia currently maintains the status of…. [read more]


Tylenol Cyanide Case Study

… Tylenol Case Analysis: Johnson and Johnson

In the contemporary world, taking responsibility and immediate action in the face of a huge crisis is a requirement for any U.S. corporation if they are to survive and maintain their market position and reputation. These types of organizations are expected to be socially responsible to their employees and the public not only if they are directly involved in a crisis involving their products or services, but also if there is an indirect association. In 1982 Johnson and Johnson was faced with this challenge. They were indirectly involved in a catastrophe which killed seven people because their leading pain killer Tylenol was tampered with and unassuming consumers became the victim of such an atrocity. The way in which Johnson…. [read more]


B.S. Dob: 12/25/1992 Gender: Female Case Study

… Surgical: Appendectomy (2005) with no complications, 3 impacted wisdom teeth extracted (2006) with no complications. Lasik surgery OU (2007) with no complications except for onset of dry eye syndrome.

Psychiatric: Admits to obsessive compulsive tendencies but not diagnosed with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

Vaccinations: Tetanus (2006), declines both flu and pneumovax. Has had all childhood required and recommended immunizations on schedule per records. Gardisil, Meningiococcal, Hepatitis C series, chicken pox vaccines completed. 2 step PPD was negative upon admission to university.

Family History:

Father- 50 yo, Hx: HTN

Paternal Grandfather- 72 yo, Hx: HTN, Diabetes

Paternal Grandmother- 70 yo, Hx: Uterine Cancer, HTN

Mother- 48 yo, Hx: Spinal surgery L5S1, HTN

Maternal Grandfather- deceased 68 yo- malignant melanoma

Paternal Grandmother_ 68 yo, Major Depressive Disorder,…. [read more]


Contingency Management Alcohol Marijuana Studies Term Paper

… Contingency Management

ALCOHOL & MARIJUANA STUDIES

The purposes of this review are to gain an understanding of the controlled studies using contingency management (CM) in the substance abuse field, and where applicable emphasize those studies that incorporate CM with community reinforcement approach (CRA). This paper should offer a critical review of the literature with an eye toward identifying important and unresolved theoretical and research questions. Logan (1972) holds that there is much evidence that animals also respond to operant contingencies with psychoactive substances.

The New York Times reports in the work entitled: "Toward a Behavioral Economic Understanding of Drug Dependence: Delay Discounting Processes" (2006) states that many times those who are addicted to alcohol or drugs do not stay clean because they either "won't go…. [read more]


Asthma: Pathology and Contemporary Treatment Term Paper

… Their study of treatment outcomes for asthmatic patients in specialized care suggests that contemporary treatments should include more patient education combined with increased use of LABAs (Long-acting beta2-agonists) and leukotriene antagonists to help prevent bronchoconstriction and improve quality of life for patients.

Despite multiple contemporary treatment choices, managing acute severe asthma attacks still present a tremendous health challenge to health care professionals (Barnard, 2005). Contemporary guidelines for treating acute emergency attacks currently include treatment with oxygen and inhaled beta 2 agonists, which can be administered continuously to help preserve life in acute patients (Barnard, 532). Patients discharged after such treatment should also engage in review of current medications and consider "a short course of oral steroids, a written asthma action plan and detailed advice about…. [read more]


Best Therapeutic Treatment for Adolescents Term Paper

… Adolescent Depression

Best Therapeutic Treatment for Adolescents

More and more studies support treatment for depression in adolescents to prevent adult formation of chronic or major depression (Jacqueline & Margo, 2005; Laukkanen, et. al, 2005; Nezami, et. al, 2005). Left untreated, minor depression during adolescence can lead to serious and debilitating consequences later in life. Current research supports the use of cognitive based approaches rather than drug based approaches as the first line of defense for adolescence, especially given reports of bad side effects from antidepressant use among adolescence. The researcher proposes that behavioral based approaches combined with peer support groups may help eliminate depression among adolescents, when participants are adequately screened and evaluated.

Treatment Proposition Adolescents With Depression

The results of the study suggest a…. [read more]


Munchausen's Syndrome Term Paper

… ¶ … Munchausen's Syndrome

Is there a biological basis or genetic predisposition for this disorder?

There remains a paucity of timely and relevant studies concerning the basis for Munchausen's syndrome. In this regard, Cohen notes that, "It has been difficult to assemble patients to study in more detail, since -- once confronted -- they usually become defensive and leave, only to seek medical care elsewhere" (p. 389). Although the precise basis for developing Munchausen's syndrome remains unclear, what is known is that men are at higher risk of acquiring Munchausen's syndrome than women (Jacoby & Youngson, 2005; Gomez, 1993). Likewise, Trask and Sigmon (1997) report that, "Munchausen syndrome patients may have an organic pathology that accounts for their physical symptoms, even though the physical condition…. [read more]


Substance Abuse and or Addiction Diagnosis Treatment and or Prevention Essay

… Substance Addiction

THE MAGNITUDE of POLYDRUG WITHDRAWAL

Substance Addiction in Pregnancy and Treatment

SUBSTANCE ADDICTION and PREGNANCY

Audiences: adolescent girls and women, healthcare providers, principals and leaders of youth, women's and other community and church organizations and halfway homes for women

Information and Education Campaign for the Prevention of Substance Addiction in Women, specifically Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome or NAS

To briefly inform or update the target audiences about the current treatment of substance addiction among pregnant women, specifically NAS

To inform them about NAS, its nature, incidence, prevalence, prevention, screening and treatment

To motivate adolescent girls in these audiences against illicit substance use

To extend assistance to former or present substance-using pregnant women to obtain screening, treatment of, or prevention of, NAS

Visual Aids --…. [read more]


Assessing a Person for Mental Illness Research Proposal

… ¶ … professionals who are trained in the identification and treatment of clients with mental illness. 2. Identify and discuss all the key elements in assessing a person for mental illness, i.e., what factors MUST be considered by staff? 3. (a) Identify and discuss the critical areas to assess in a suicidal person. (b) Specifically address the issues of safety and self-harm. (c)Discuss risk factors and differences such as age groups, gender, culture, and religion. 4. (a) Discuss how confidentiality plays into all of this. (b) Include one or two paragraphs about the "new" HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act) standards. (c) Then answer the following: How will HIPAA affect mental health providers and consumers? (You will need to be creative with this question…. [read more]


Grief Schiz Precautions and Procedures Essay

… As depression itself has become better understood, so have its effects -- such as the potential for suicidal thoughts and actions -- and its mechanisms, and thus more effective ways of handling depression at all ages and for a variety of causes have also been developed (Beck & Alford, 2009; Bhatia & Bhatia, 2007). As many schizophrenics are diagnosed in adolescence, a focus on research in handling depression and suicidal tendencies in the adolescent age group was employed, along with specific information regarding depression in schizophrenics (Beck & Alford, 2009; Bhatia & Bhatia, 2007; Wittman & Keshava, 2007). In this way, a comprehensive safety plan was established.

First and foremost, cognitive behavioral therapy is recommended for the treatment of depression in children and adolescents prior…. [read more]


Attention Deficit Disorder Term Paper

… (APA, 1994)"

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), following an accurate diagnosis, specific goals for treatment should be established (Seay, 2002). These goals, or target outcomes, may include improvements in relationships with parents, siblings, teachers, and peers; decreased disruptive behaviors and improved academic performance. The AAP recommends setting three to six goals and stresses that they should be "realistic, attainable, and measurable."

Goals should be reviewed and progress continually during treatment (Seay, 2002). Lack of improvement should result in a change in treatment plan, a reconsideration of goals, or in some instances, the possibility of a change in diagnosis.

The AAP stresses that "primary care clinicians cannot work alone in the treatment of school-aged children with ADHD (Seay, 2002)." Rather than relying solely…. [read more]


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ADHD Term Paper

… Attention Deficit HyperactivITY Disorder (ADHD)

Attention Deficit HyperactivITY Disorder

Theories of child development and guidelines for parents are not cast in stone.

They are constantly changing and adapting to new information and new pressures.

There is no "right" way, just as there are no magic incantations that will always painlessly resolve a child's problems."

Lawrence Kutner (20th century) (Columbia, 1996)

Students Like C.J.

Something has to be done. C.J. cannot sit still.... His constant roaming around in the classroom disrupts the other students." Parents of ADHD students like C.J. frequently hear teachers' accounts similar to the one introducing this study. Student's like C.J. traditionally experience problems in school as rules, regulations and routines regularly require they remain seated at their desk, pay attention and focus…. [read more]


Evidence, Evaluating Evidence, Making Recommendations Essay

… The relation between stress and job satisfaction, service delivery or meeting goals, is an inverse graph. This implies that increased stress results in reduced job satisfaction and decreased quality of life. Consequently, the nurse can easily leave the profession. The stress the nursing students face results from the nature of the practice. There are various stressors, such as the working environment, the high academic performance expectations and the overload of work among others. Like the other persons, the stress affects their optimum functioning ability.

Despite the clear identification of the nurse-student stress issues, there is inadequate information on the potential positive interventions. The interventions can create a win-win situation when implemented within the clinical context. The strategies are applicable over a period of six weeks.…. [read more]


ADHD: Diagnose in Adults, Treatments, and Long-Term Research Paper

… ADHD: Diagnose in Adults, Treatments, And Long-Term Effects

What is ADHD?

ADHD is a neurodevelopmental disorder and affects both adults and children. It is an ongoing or 'persistent' inattention pattern and/or a pattern of hyperactivity-impulsivity that has interference on daily life or normal development. People having ADHD might find it difficult to maintain attention and perform executive function ability of the brain, i.e. start an activity, organize and manage the tasks constituting the activity). They also have problems with working memory.

ADHD exists in three ways:

Inattentive

Hyperactive-impulse

Combined inattentive & hyperactive-impulse (APA, 203).

The condition begins in childhood -- experts say that this particular condition might set in before the child turns twelve. While a majority of the ADHD patients register lower symptoms of…. [read more]


Group Counseling Attitudes and Perspectives of Clients Research Paper

… Group Counseling

Attitudes and Perspectives of clients who Are Involved in Cancer Care Group Counseling

Organization of the Research

Group Counseling

Quality of Life

Group Counseling

Chapter-III Research Methodology

Grounded Theory Research

Participants sample

Measures

Attitudes and Perspectives of clients who Are Involved in Cancer Care Group Counseling

While survival rates have climbed due to advances in medical knowledge and technology, patients and survivors of cancer are often excluded from psychological studies as their illness and treatment modalities are interpreted as different from and more damaging than other types of illnesses (Radcliffe, 1996). This is due to both the physiological harm caused directly by the tumor, and the various treatment methods used to combat the tumor (i.e. surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and high dose medications that…. [read more]


Holistic Christian Healing for Addicts Term Paper

… In this regard, Noble advises that according to Wesley, “Christians may be truly sanctified not only in outward consistency of conduct, but inwardly in such a way as to be truly among the ‘pure of heart’” (4). Although not directed specifically at Christians that are suffering from addictions, this type of outcome is precisely what is sought through holistically based interventions.

Moreover, Wesley maintained that the Almighty intended sanctification for all of humankind collectively as well as extending the redeeming grace of sanctification to each individual Christian. In this regard, Noble adds that, “Christian theology must include the concept of sanctification, an understanding of the way in which God ‘makes holy’ not only a people corporately, but each one individually” (2). When people succeed…. [read more]


Substance Abuse Assessment

… Practitioner Case Study: Establishing Rapport and Engagement

The Presenting Problem

Frank was a 33-year-old African-American man who had two consecutive referrals. The caseworker to whom he was first referred claimed a poor fit, so he passed Frank on to a second caseworker at the same agency. According to the first caseworker and later reiterated by Frank, he came for treatment because his attorney suggested it. They hoped it would favorably influence the judge when it came time to sentence Frank for shooting his wife. (According to Frank, she startled him out of sleep and he reacted as to a threat.) Frank did not see alcohol use as relevant to his current situation. In fact, it was the first caseworker's early inquiries about alcohol use that…. [read more]


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms and Symptom Management in the Combat Veteran Capstone Project

… Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) has been recognized by a growing number of healthcare authorities and U.S. governmental agencies as a serious and potentially debilitating condition in combat veterans returning from tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. Although estimates vary from troubling to extremely alarming, the incidence and prevalence of PTSD among this population is far higher than for the general population in the United States, and the adverse effects of the condition are further exacerbated by a number of other factors, including early life stress, different levels of individual resiliency and a potential genetic predisposition as well. The consequences of untreated PTSD can be severe, including suicide, another trend taking place among the combat veteran population that has researchers scrambling for answers and efficacious…. [read more]


Prostate Cancer in America Prostrate Article Review

… It is important that when physicians counsel or communicate with the patients about prostate cancer, easier terms rather technical and complicated terms are used in order to make sure that the patients understand completely. Usage of more technical terms with prostate cancer patients can result in increased fear and anxiety in the patients, being an important communication barrier 7.

Conclusion

There are three main communication barriers that need to be addressed in healthcare policy and by the physicians working in the rural and urban settings in U.S.. Increasing patient knowledge about risks and benefits of screening and treatments, based on which informed decisions can be made by the prostate cancer patients themselves in relation to the issues of screening and therapies; communicating in a detailed…. [read more]


Psycho-Educational Models of Family Therapy Research Paper

… Hence, the individual must differentiate between the intellectual self and the emotional self; he focuses on how the recognition of the self must occur first before differentiation can take place. This also engages other separations like from parents, women, friends, etc. (taken from chapter 8).

Triangles (Brief summary)

Bowen asserts that the triangles are used as a 3-person relationship structure that embodies the expansive emotional structures and is usually structured whereby two persons emotionally involved or in a problematic emotional state are put in a controlled environment using a third person as the interventionist. The third person then serves as the source of reason and one who finds common ground and serves as the link that helps separate the intellect and the emotions (taken from…. [read more]


Atypical Sexual Behavior (Paraphilias): Signs Term Paper

… In conclusion, the study of history and other cultures gives us a snapshot of gender roles and sexual behavior that is differently defined from our own. Clinical psychology has failed to produce any better definitions for diagnosis than has culture. "Treatments" for this behaviors are given if the behavior causes a disruption in the person's life, or society has deemed it necessary. Treatments including standard therapy and drugs have had questionable results. Perhaps that is because these behaviors are not truly an illness, but a product of poorly defined cultural boundaries.

The same definitions for the way in which clinical psychologists define whether a person is depressed or are within normal phases of the "Blues" would be helpful in the diagnosis of paraphilias. Obviously, if…. [read more]


Differential Neuropsychological Patterns of Frontal Variant Frontotemporal Dementia Term Paper

… Therefore, FTD has adverse effects on life, and lack of appropriate therapeutic technique or approach means that people cannot cope with life (Matuszewski et al., 2006).

Leisure Time

FTD, as seen in the previous sections of this study has adverse influences on the well-being of a person. This means that the person cannot cope with life when compared to the other people (Matuszewski et al., 2006). Apparently, such people tend to spend most of their time alone, become antisocial, and hardly capacitated to perform any task independently. Therefore, during their leisure time, they are not even aware of such. Instead, they engage in childlike behaviors, and inappropriate social behaviors. This means that they cannot use their leisure time with people because they lack control of…. [read more]


Chest Pain the Presenting Patient Case Study

… Chest Pain Case Study

The presenting patient in the present case scenario is Mr. Hay, an 82-year-old male with an existing diagnosis of Cardiac Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD). This existing diagnosis will prove relevant in a care plan for Mr. Hay, who has been admitted following a loss of consciousness. Having been discovered by a neighbor after some sustained period of unconsciousness, Mr. Hay would be admitted with an array of treatment issues. The three most pressing would prove to be the patient's Activity Intolerance, his Ineffective Airway Clearance and his Pain management. The discussion here below considers these treatment challenges.

Patient Problem 1: Activity intolerance

In any case where an elderly patient is admitted to the hospital, sedentary conditions can lead to an exacerbation…. [read more]


Alcohol Consumption Has on Risky Term Paper

… In addition, the participants who were under the influence of alcohol exhibited much poorer negotiation skills regarding condom use, meaning that they were far easier to persuade to not use protections. Alcohol also made the participants far more likely to engage in risky sexual behavior, and it may even be extrapolated that the influence of alcohol made the males intent to participate in risky sexual behavior. This study certainly backed up previous research showing that alcohol consumption is related to risky sexual behavior. Approximately 20-25% of the variance among males was related to personal attitude, and used in conjunction with level of alcohol consumption, this can be used to develop a surprisingly accurate prediction of risky sexual behavior. There is also evidence from this study…. [read more]


Gender Identity Disorder Gender Role Conflict Research Paper

… Gender Identity Disorder and Gender Role Conflict in Transgender Clients

Considering the powerful socialization of gender-appropriate thoughts and behaviors in society, gender identity disorder and gender role conflict are a common problem in transgender clients. Gender role conflict in its most basic sense refers to the occurrence of negative consequences as a result of conflicts between expected gender roles and the individual psychological state (Good, Dell, & Mintz, 1989). Most transgender clients display behaviors indicating these "disorders" at a very early age. Psychologists seeking to treat these clients have, for the most part, evolved beyond the "fix what's broken" approach and have instead come to work towards helping these clients find self-acceptance and resolve feelings of shame and guilt.

According to Sharpe & Heppner (1991)…. [read more]


Nursing Leader's Perceived Role in Nurse Recruitment Research Proposal

… LR Explor/The nurse leader role in recruit.

Nurse Leaders as Recruiters

Nurse leaders serve an integral role in the field to demonstrate skill in recruitment of future nurses. To do this they must work within existing systems as well as advocate for the expansion of other recruitment essential systems and system change need awareness. Nurse leaders must work collaboratively with human resource departments as well as becoming fundamental community recruiters in and outside of the work setting. (Anson, 2000, p. 21) This review of literature will then address general and specific issues of the role of nurse leaders as recruiters by thematically addressing certain trends and change needs in the health care industry in general and in nursing care that have specific and general implications…. [read more]


Euthanasia in Cases of Lost Identity Such as Alzheimer Research Paper

… Euthanasia

The Ethics of Euthanasia in Cases of Lost "Identity": Alzheimer's, Dementia, and Self-Direction

As the methods and practices of Western medicine become more powerful, more able to correct disease and more able to foresee disease even when it cannot be prevented or corrected, the ethical complications and implications of these capabilities become ever greater themselves. The ethics of genetic testing for disease, for example, or the assignation of percentages of risk to various factors for the development of specific diseases or disorders, present major problems for doctors and researchers, especially given the current volatility of the healthcare and insurance industries. There are also many ethical questions that have come increasingly to the foreground in recent decades concerning end-of-life issues, and the ability for individuals…. [read more]

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