From the scenarios provided, I have chosen scenario 2, Susan the 22-year-old art student and her history of urinary tract infection and thrush. I have chosen to examine, using the PICO method, whether or not her decision to take cranberry juice will affect her diagnosis and treatment of the urinary tract infection, and whether or not it will affect her chances of developing thrush again. To develop a PICO question style question, I have broadened the population to include all young women (who are more at risk of developing both a urinary tract infection and thrush, due to their shorter urethra), and will endeavor to focus on any studies I can find that relate specifically to students in an 18 to 30 age bracket. The intervention in this scenario
There is also no definite evidence indicating that P4P results in a more efficiency deliver of care, or a better quality of care. One must however, remain cognizant that the full implementation of P4P in nursing homes is still in the initial stage. This therefore means that a full analysis of this incentive program would not be qualified at this point in
The informed consent issue as discussed is very much driven not by the medical procedure or research being done or what could arise from it. Some might say, is it necessary at all? Is it really worth the paper it’s written on if the validity can only be resolved in a court of law? Does the “informed consent” arise from the issue of legality or ethics? If from legality that means that ethics plays no part.
Case #1 It does not appear that Jamie had discussed inform consent as part of her ethical and legal duty to inform the client clearly about confidentiality and the exceptions. Sarah apparently did not know that the sessions were confidential until the session had already started and later you can also tell that she did not know about the exceptions to confidentiality. Although Jamie told her that the sessions were completely confidential, she failed to tell her that there were numerous exceptions and disclosing those limits, both as part of the inform consent contract ……is ethically required. (Younggren and Harris 2005 p.590) This makes the client unclearly informed. According to the Code of Ethics (2015, 1.2) I didn’t see anything
When evaluating an argument’s effectiveness, due credit to outside sources is absolutely necessary. Without it, there is no telling whether the data has been falsified by the person making the argument in order to sway their target audience. It is evident from the lack of citations that Young’s article does not
Carson did not reference organics or biodynamics, yet people understood or adopted it as the book as their own agenda. How were they able to associate Silent Spring with their cause? Using Silent Spring and this article as a reference, explain how "the power of the people" and "ordinary" individuals can make significant impacts on environmental
Melissa George is the main actress that plays a surgeon known as Alex Panttiere. Critics have chosen to wreak havoc on her personality for the show. She is bold, outspoken, awkward and extremely confident. People who review the show say she is arrogant and annoying. USA Today author Robert Bianco states “much of the blame goes to Melissa George, who played a similarly unbearable (and quickly dispatched) doctor on Grey’s Anatomy and stars here as world-renowned heart surgeon Alexandra Panettiere”(Bianco).
ABSTRACT “Coping Strategies refer to the specific efforts, both behavioral and psychological, that people employ to master, tolerate, reduce, or minimize stressful events” (Taylor 1998). “Posttraumatic Growth refers to positive psychological change experienced as a result of the struggle with highly challenging life circumstances” (Tedeschi & Calhoun 2004). Mastectomy is the surgical removal of partial or the entire breast tissue. The objective of the study is to determine if there are significant differences and relationships in coping strategies between middle aged women (45-55 years) and older women (56-66 years) who have undergone mastectomy and to compare the levels of posttraumatic growth in them. A purposive sampling method was used
In a case study done in Pune, India, women were encouraged to ask questions that they had about the process of menstruation. While many girls asked questions pertaining to anatomy, symptoms, and sanitary pads, “more than one in six (17%) girls asked questions that were categorized as myths and taboos” (Chothe et al., 2014). This is indicative of the fact that women are consistently denied the proper information on menstrual and are lead into a cycle of neglect that perpetuates the marginalization of proper education and