US should learn from UK’s experience and decide whether they see medical care as a commodity or social provision? What are some of the responsibilities of the US government to ensure the health and well-being of its citizens?
Write 100 word paper about a hospice company and in our summary should include: • A description of the agency • It’s work and how that contributes to the health of the community • The characteristics of the clients served • The role or potential role for nurses within the agency • Your experiences
Choose one type of complementary or alternative (CAM) therapy and discuss its benefits in preventing and treating disease. Discuss how the use of this CAM therapy can reduce the need for medications. Research this therapy on ProQuest or another scholarly database. What does the research demonstrate regarding its efficacy?
Modern neuroscience, which has revealed the “plasticity” of the human brain, shows that our habitual practices can actually change our neuronal structures. The brains of illiterate people, for example, are structurally different from those of people who can read. So if the technology and its concomitant requirement to learn to read – could shape human brains, then surely it’s logical to assume that our addiction to networking technology will do something similar? Do you agree?
Choose one nutritional supplement you see commonly prescribed or recommended by medical professionals in your practice. Discuss the reasons why this supplement is recommended and its method of action. What concerns should you have regarding a patient taking this supplement? Could the patient overdose and if so what are the consequences and treatment?
What risk and protective factors have you noticed either within your own family or among coworkers or others? This may relate to identity theft scams, planning for death and dying, language barriers, mental health, physical health, and more. For example, compare someone who lives alone with someone who lives with a spouse or child. One may be more susceptible to injury and/or scams than the other.
What’s the role of a healthcare administrator in identifying practical approaches to strategic planning, either for the corporate, divisional and functional levels? How are the action plans for a division (i.e. health system division) similar to action plans at the functional level? How are they different?
Mildred is a 45-y.o. married female with three children. She presents to you with complaints of fatigue and difficulties sleeping. She states she wants to get a good night’s sleep and is requesting a prescription to help her sleep. Mildred tells you she is awake off and on during the night, frequently thinking about her husband’s recent layoff from construction work and the effect this is having on the family. She lies down often during the day and has been so fatigued that she took some time off from work during the last 2 weeks. She is tearful at times […]