One of the best places to see colonial relics in Jamaica is the coastal town of Falmouth – once a commercial hub – which is home to the largest collection of Georgian-style architecture in Jamaica and is both a World Heritage Site and a Jamaican National Monument. Kingston is also home to many historic sites, including colonial plantations with grand houses that are a testament to the lives of the hundreds of thousands of enslaved Africans brought to Jamaica in the late-18th century. Jamaica highlights not to miss Among the highlights of a trip to Jamaica are: Bamboo Rafting in Port Antonio, which takes you on a scenic tour down the famous Rio Grande River. A beach-day at renowned Doctor 's Cave Beach in Montego Bay. The beach 's crystal-clear water and white sand have made the beach a major tourist attraction for the
Analysis of a Registered Nurse Bethany Dyer B17004326 2/11/18 A Registered Nurse (RN) is an individual who has graduated from a school/college nursing program and has passed the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). “The RN assumes responsibility for the care of the sick, injured, disabled, and the dying. Registered nurses work both independently and in collaboration with other healthcare professionals” (Buhler-Wilkerson 2017). RN’s supervise the work of licensed practical nurses (LPN) and certified nursing assistants (CNA). RN work settings include hospitals, physician’s office, ambulatory care, nursing home, schools, clinics, and home health.
The history of the expansion of sugarcane plantations by the Europeans to the Caribbean islands between the 17th and 18th century was not always a sweet one. The beginnings of sugarcane production in the Caribbean began in Barbados in the 17th century when it was brought over by the Dutch from Brazil due to the high demand for sugar in Europe. Furthermore, the Dutch, British and Spanish colonies continued to expand sugar production over to various other Caribbean islands such as Jamaica, Antigua, Bahamas and Haiti. Consequently, large numbers of West African slaves were sent to these islands via the transatlantic slave trade to serve as manual labourers in the production of sugar. However, these slaves were subjected to harsh treatment and
Britain gained many benefits from being in the slave trade. The British government, for instance, took advantage of the slave trade and made an enormous amount of tax money from this trade. The tax money came from the profits that were made from British companies that sold goods such as tobacco, sugar, and coffee. These goods were produced on plantations in the West Indies using slavery. The government then used this tax money to fund the military, for instance.
SHEKETHIA BROWN DIFFERENT ROLES OF THE HEALTHCARE TEAM GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT THE VOCATIONAL NURSING INSTITUTE, INC. KERRI ROBINSON OCTOBER 24, 2017 THE DIFFERENT ROLES OF THE HEALTHCARE TEAM Each member of the health care team has a special role that plays a major part in patient care. Members of the health care team consists of physicians, physicians assistants, nurses, pharmacists, technicians, and nursing assistants just to name a few. Physicians are key members of the health care team. Physicians have years of education and training. Physicians may be primary care physician or a specialist.
The British Empire was a collection of countries around the world ruled by Britain, and each of the countries had valuable resources that could be traded with Britain such as wheat from Canada and tea from India. Also, like the slave trade, many ships were needed to transport these goods, which benefited the shipbuilding industry. Furthermore, many young people from other countries in the empire such as India came to Britain to find work, sometimes on-board ships. This gave Britain many new strong workers to do important jobs such as build railway lines or work in mines. Overall, the British Empire was an important factor in the development of the British economy in the 18th century.
I observed the health care system. in the Sheikh Salem Al-Ali Hospital, after the doctors done the tour for the patients who are in hospitals, they meet with the pharmacist and the nurses whom are responsible for the cases and discuss the results and the developments of the cases. that shows me the importance of the hospital pharmacist job. Also, I observed in the Maternity hospital before the woman was discharged, the pharmacist came to her room with the needed medication and explain to her how to take it, the side effects use for and other important information regards the medicine. the pharmacist allows the patient to ask many questions regard her case and medication, and the pharmacist gave the patient some ideas and advice to remember taking the medicine.
The imperial power of the British was, therefore, predominant in Southern Asia, in Europe, and across the Atlantic and Indian Ocean (Ludden:1). The British conquest of these regions led to the evolving and the opening of the modern living conditions, introducing new political regulation. For instance, the British East India Company (EIC) started their trading system in the 1600s. While the British was interested in the spice markets in Southeast Asia, the Dutch had already placed themselves in such trade. Therefore, the British turned their attention to India; EIC began to build small factories and bases on India’s eastern and western coasts where they closely encountered with Indian artisans and producers (Cawthorne).
Trinidad the British colony did not have the same political history as did Barbados and Jamaica (Older British colonies). In order to preserve the British political order, and its control over the island, in 1832, Trinidad was governed by what is now called: ‘’Crown Colony Government’’. However, due to many movements (Labor riots, trade union movement, the people’s national movement), the decolonization began which led to national independence in 1962. The British planters continued what the French ones started, leading to the expansion of the sugar industry with the aid of a significant number of slaves which increased by the early 1800s. By the year 1815, African slaves formed 67% of the island’s population.