My writing become even stronger when I add powerful pieces like quotes, pictures or even my own personal stories. I still feel as if I could learn more about rhetoric decisions although, when it comes to understand pathos, ethos, logos, and kairos I have a strong understanding. I am very aware of what my weakness and strengths is in writing. When writing I often times do identify my weakness, I feel as if my weakness are just the basic of always using first person, sometimes only seeing one side to a story, and lastly moving quickly on my work which leaves me with more error than I should have. I also see my strengths when writing which appears to be how strongly I feel about my text which allows me to keep my intended audience engaged within my
Throughout the term there has been many writing assignments —big or small— that helped reflect my writing process or the process itself. In the beginning of the course I felt like I was an “ok” writer, but lacked some skills such as: organization, sentence variety, and vocabulary. Also, I did not like to write and had a feeling of dislike when forced to write. I felt like I improved on everything I wanted and was seen throughout the semester. I know how to organize my ideas, the worksheets given in class to work on sentence variety really helped, and vocabulary was built on some level.
Post Write for EP 2: Rhetorical Analysis In my essay “The Fight for Freedom,” I feel like I did a good job of portraying what Patrick Henry intended for his speech. I was able to take his sentences and portray them in a way that everyone would be able to understand. Some processes that helped me write this essay were; the incubation period, where I was able to think what I was going to write, the planning process, where I could organize all of my thoughts onto paper, and the process of peer review and being able to get advice to improve my paper. I still need improvement on my essay structure, my grammar, and elevated word choice. If I take more time to edit my essay and make it well thought out and clear to others, I should be able to have a better structure and correct grammar.
For me, the hard part was to actually know who I am. I could not find a word that could have describe me. Until I found the word anxious. The easy part was actually talking about the topic. I really wanted to show everyone the things I go through every day.
BHS fosters a caring, supportive, and professional climate. Employees are typically friendly and have wonderful attitudes. “We are here for you” is the mission statement that employees live by. Staff members collaborate well and help each other when needed. It is not uncommon for nurses to ask other nurses if there is anything that they need help with.
We always strive to identify and analyze factors influence the concurrence of the shortcoming. After understanding the influencing factors, we always try to develop mitigation measures. If the implementation of such measures is beyond the scope of the team, I escalate them for my supervisor, who is always eager to take the necessary action. Although not a panacea, this approach has not only reduced the number of medical errors in my yard, but it has led to improvement of patient care and
Communication skills of the nurse is also improved over time as the nurse is able to talk and listen to patient, relative and the multidisciplinary team. Record keeping and documentation skills are also not left out as the nurse is able to write and record information accurately and truthful. It assists the nurse in achieving right diagnosis thereby improving overall care and treatment given to patient. 2. PHYSICAL EXAMINATION
The core assumptions of the Health Belief Model (HBM) are based on the premise that a person will develop a health behavior and is willing to take action to avoid the occurrence of the disease. Furthermore, the person needs to believe that they have the possibility of developing the disease, that they can avoid the disease, that the cost of the change outweighs the benefit and that the person can effectively implement the recommended behavior. Furthermore, the major concepts of the HBM are perceived severity, perceived benefit, perceived barriers, cues to action and self-efficacy (de Chesnay and Anderson, 2016, p. 155-156). According to the Common Sense Model (CSM), when a health threat is perceived by the individual, they progress through three stages: (1) mental representations of the health threat; (2) coping actions or behaviors that help the individual cope with the health threat; and (3) how well the coping strategies manage the
Health behavior theories assist in understanding health behavior problems, developing intervention based on salient determinants that affect behaviors and evaluating the effectiveness of the health interventions. The most effective persuasive interventions for behavior change usually occur when the intervention is behaviorally focused and theory driven(Consolvo, McDonald, & Landay, 2009).Therefore, persuasive technology can be made optimally effective, if they are also combined or supported by behavior change theories (Shegog, 2010). Since, the aim of this research is to design a persuasive technology in line with individual’s health goals. The use of any of these model could drive the intervention-tool to be a user-centered.
But I had to face a number of different issues and problems related to the process of this research. The first and foremost problem for me was related to effective management of time in the completion of various activities related to the context. At the beginning stages of the project, I allotted with certain time period and schedule for accomplishment of the work. I started the project with mentionable zeal and enthusiasm. Due to this reason, I took a significant amount of time in the completion of initial part of the work.