Summarization of Articles Article 1 - (Title of Article) Benefits of cell phones in classroom(Cell phones in the classroom: preservice teachers' perceptions.) Summarize (at least 5 sentences) What are the benefits of cellphones in classrooms?The benefits of cellphones in classrooms are many different things.First the benefits are that they can help you inside classrooms for education.they can help you with problems you need to solve quick.They can help you with any other things that can take a long time to solve it quick. “Specific Text Evidence to use in article” (include page number/paragraph) The electronics help and lots of ways to help in many ways.They can make things so much faster. “Specific Text Evidence
Patient-centered care forces the providers, nurses included, to look at each patient as an individual person; not every patient diagnosed with pneumonia is the same, each has different values and cultures that must be treated exclusively. Ensuring a patient can access a chaplain or Bible is providing patient-centered care; treating a partner in a same-sex relationship the same as heterosexual partners is providing patient-centered care. This is the future of reigning in an out of control health care
Outpatient services “eliminates inefficient, ineffective or unnecessary processes in a hospital setting” (Grubem et al., 2013). Not only does this benefit the hospitals with expensive procedures but it also helps the patient with costs. This will also benefit the hospitals so they could have more room for patients who really need to stay in the hospital for more serious diseases or use the hospital beds for “community based emergency” situations (Torrens & Williams, 2008). Other forms or alternative medical care is also available to patients such as chiropractors, acupuncture, or other holistic medicine that can help in a person’s well-being. There are more and more people turning to alternative medicine especially to those who do not have health insurance or ones that cannot afford “conventional” therapy because it is too expensive (Shi & Singh,
In each study, patients with no demanding healthcare needs were randomly pointed to nurse or doctor. The results in each study showed that patients were highly satisfied with the care they acquired from both the healthcare providers. However (Chang et al., 1999) found that patients were more satisfied with the treatment provided by the nurse than the doctor , in that the nurse was easier to speak and give to them illness and injury prevention information. (Cooper et al.2002) . On another hand studies clarified which factors impact the quality of nursing care from the Patient’s opinion , e.g.
Moreover, patients did not feel that the nurse communicated well with them and patient teaching was poor as well. With nurses working such long hours, it would seem from this study that they are receiving substandard care. This is definitely an issue that needs to be further addressed in healthcare, as the patient should be receiving the best care possible. Needless to say, of the hospital patients surveyed in this study, as the shift length increases especially to the 13+ hour range, a higher number of patients gave the hospital a lower rating. Furthermore, they were less likely to recommend the hospital to family and friends (Stimpfel et al.,
Research and plan your telephone interview A. The positive thing about phone interviews is that they are quicker and more helpful for both you and the interviewer than masterminding a preliminary meeting face-to-face. On the off chance that the job you're seeking depends as much on your personality or telephone skills as on capabilities and experience, the recruiter will be especially keen on how you go over. B. Be prepared.
Long hours and shortage of personnel can lead to routines of practice, which can hinder the development of patient centered care in hospitals. Even when patient centered care is valued, the demands of caring for many patients at a time can restrict the professionals’ ability to provide physical and emotional support, and respect for their patients’ preferences (Kelly, 2007). Recommendations Patients ought to understand that nurses do everything to ensure their safety. They should not demand what is unachievable from nurses. To achieve this, the government must engage the public on their rights once they visit a health facility.
Due to this study showing that no matter the teaching technique or any item supply or teach to learner, at the end of the point still need to wait till learner to open his mind to accept the new concept.(D. Pettet, 2004). Due to patient behavior and lack of trust , so the health care worker should be able to provide on motivate patient as keep on practice on hand hygiene it will be able to prevent themselves to get infection(). Which out of providing or reminding patient, which it also affected on teaching or information given to patient, which need to provide a simple guideline which following by WHO (Chigozie, J,U.
We can even benefit from others having phones. I believe that cell phones can do so many positive things which out number the risk of them in the long run. This technology is crazily one of the best scientific inventions of our time. A large amount of evidence shows that cell phones have saved many lives. Researchers from the University of Michigan recently landed in Honduras to conduct a study on cell phones and diabetes.