When was JFK speech?” The student was approaching standard (2), he/she did not include definitions, quotations, and provided limited detail. The third category of the rubric is connecting ideas with information while using words, phrases, and clauses. Student 5A paper connects ideas with categories of information such as using words which followed a chronological order, for example, “America had won the Space Race by landing a man on the moon.” The student provided little evidence (1) for phrases and clauses which were limited in the paper. The fourth category of the rubric is using proper language and domain-specific vocabulary to explain the theme. Student 5A paper use precise language to further explain the theme such as using tax money to build the rockets but did not provide any vocabulary for the Space Race, Russia, and America, the student was approaching standard
Kelly, I agree with you. Mr. Henry needs to act now and complete an advanced medical directive (AMD) for when he is no longer able to make his own decisions for his medical treatments. Doctors needs to encourage their patients about completing an AMD as soon as when they give diagnosis of a chronic illness to their patients; and nurses have to provide education about AMD as soon as during their patient’s admission. It is the nurse responsibility to assess and educate their patients about AMD. “The trusting relationship between the medical-surgical nurse and the patient lends itself to an opportunity to provide supporting education needed for completion of this document” (Rigan, 2016, p. 2).
Hedman in his article “The Politics and Ethics of Spending Money on Space Exploration.” discusses the appropriate amount of money that should be spent on space travel. He explains that bad decisions, low funding, and unpredicted problems, is the reason our technology hasn 't reached the level that the past expected. Many aren 't satisfied with the space exploration progress.He proceeds next to show what the space program actually does for us,like they provide us with the knowledge of stars,the galaxy and our place in it. Lastly,he wants to give NASA a boost of money to get through transition from flying the shuttle to the CEV(Crew Exploration Vehicle),if we don 't we would be giving the scientists a hard time on judging how much should be spent based on how much was distributed. “ In this article the author has a persuasive tone, for sympathetic
This would require a frequent visit to the patient area to check on the angle of the bed to ensure proper positioning for the patient to promote comfort. However, with the use of new technology, the nurse can monitor the patient and all conditions away from the patient room. A sensor detects any adjustments and notifies the
How can we explain this? Maybe a person could run an experiment on gestation periods and find out when a woman is due and then look at the moon cycle, but it still wouldn 't be the cause of the delivery, it would be luck or just coincidences when a woman gives birth on that day. Maybe the baby was ready to be delivered, maybe she had to be induced into labor, or maybe she was premature, but whatever the matter is, could someone prove that a pregnancy ended due to the moon?
We are always exposed to radiation, but thanks to the shield that the earth provides humans called atmosphere, humans are protected from 99.9% of the dangerous radiations coming from space. When astronauts go to space, instead of receiving the normal dose of radiations that living creatures get on the Earth, 0.00001 Sievert, they get 0.66 Sievert that is the dose that you get if you do a CT scan every five or six days1. This level of radiation may lead to damage to the DNA cells, therefore, causing other diseases2. An example is a study made by the Human Sciences College at the Florida State University which shows that for astronauts who went to the Moon, the proportional mortality rate due to cardiovascular disease is 43%, which is generally
There were 2 auxiliary hypotheses, which are assumptions, that scientists are making, that the Ptolemaic theory is true, while the Copernican theory is false, as scientists did not observe the angular difference in the stellar parallax. The 1st auxiliary hypotheses that the scientists made was the size of the Earth’s orbit. They assumed that the Earth’s orbit was large relative to the distance to the stars, but the Earth’ orbit that we see from the data NASA gave us was smaller compared to the assumption, which is why it was hard to detect the stellar parallax. The 2nd auxiliary hypotheses is that the scientists assumed that their telescopes where sensitive enough to detect the stellar parallax and it was not only in the 19th century where
Pharmacists can then, in association with prescribers and other members of the health care team, start the action to improve medication therapy for patients. 1.1.2 BACKGROUND DUE is an concurrent, systematic process developed to maintain the appropriate and effective use of drugs. It includes a comprehensive evaluation of a patient’s drugs and health history before, during, and after dispensing in order to attempt to get accurate therapeutic decision-making and better patient
Furthermore, I seek consultation if uncertain, keep the referring physician informed and do not delegate to unqualified practitioners. I also keep an accurate and timely written records. I tried very hard to apply what i have learned when I became a senior in musculoskeletal section in my workplace, so when I supervise the physical therapist assistant in any off-site settings, I ensure that I 'm accessible by any type of communication while the physical therapist assistant is treating patients, even if I’m absent. In some situations in which the assistant is delivering a service to the patient, I do a supervisory visit regularly according to a timetable, the needs of the patient or upon the physical therapist assistants request for reexamination, when a change in the plan of care is needed, before any discharge, and in response to a change in the patient 's status. I 've become more aware and respectful for standards of practice for physical therapy, including the ethical and legal considerations, policies and procedures, and administration.