Model Essays

  • Biomedical Model Vs Biopsychosocial Model

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    The Biomedical Model, the Biopsychosocial Model, using evidence from the lectures, seminars and additional reading, which is the better model of health and why” For this you will need to write about the two different models of health then choose a topic, condition or illness to demonstrate which model would be better Introduction This essay will first look at two models of health, the biomedical model and the biopsychological model. Both models will then be applied in relation substance misuse more

  • Love And Logic Model

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    Love and Logic is a model of behavior management and discipline that was developed in 1977 by Jim Fay and Foster Cline. As its name implies, this model is based on the two core principles of love and logic. It is believed that the principle of love allows students to grow from their mistakes and that the principle of logic allows students to live with the consequences of their decisions. The primary goal of this model is to help students learn how to think and reflect on their actions and the impact

  • Patient Satisfaction Model

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    (Bowling et al., 2012; Linder-Pelz, 1982; Newsome & Wright, 1999; Swan, Sawyer, Van Matre, & McGee, 1985; Williams, 1994). 3.4.6 Multiple models theory Contrary to the Linder-Pelz theory, Fitzpatrick proposed three independent models of patient satisfaction which consider that satisfaction cannot be a single concept but is formed by several determinants. First model explains that

  • The Transtheoretical Model (TTM)

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    How does the process of exercise change apply to the stages of changes as identified in the Transtheoretical Model (TTM)? The Transtheoretical Model (TTM): proposes that individuals pass through five main stages as their behavior changes from ‘unhealthy’ to ‘healthy’. In addition to these five stages, the model incorporates 10 social and psychological processes of change which are thought to be important in the transition through the stages. The stages and processes of change are generally presented

  • Model Minority Stereotypes

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    group will depict the minority group as a “model minority” and view the group favorably (Woo, 2000). However, while it has been shown that Asian Americans do tend to exhibit values and traits similar to the middle class and that, as a group, they tend to have high medium income, and high educational attainment, the stereotype is not really a positive thing (Wong, 1998). In an article looking at the academic success of Asian Americans, it was found that the model minority stereotype actually creates limits

  • Doblin's Innovation Model

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    firms do not limit themselves to one type of innovation rather they try to look for creative ways of innovating. According to Doblin’s innovative framework model innovations can be classified into 10 types – profit model, network, structure, process, product performance, product system, service, channel, brand and customer engagement. Profit model is how the organization earns its revenues. Doblin believes that in today’s competitive business environment there is a need to bring dramatic

  • Transtheoretical Model Of Change

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    The article about the Transtheoretical Model of Change was educational and provided useful information. Information discussing the stages of change I was unaware of which takes place during an individual’s proposed behavior change. Therefore, I found it helpful the article named these different stages and explained the actions an individual demonstrates through each phase. Also, as well as suggesting different techniques in order to help individuals progress through these stages of change. Precontemplation

  • Psychosocial Intervention Model

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    the Gibbs Reflective Cycle as a framework (Gibbs 1988). The Gibbs model consists of six stages: the first stage starts with a ‘description of the situation, then goes onto analysis of my feelings, evaluation, analysis the situation, conclusion and the final stage is an action plan’ (Gibbs,1988). The author will describe their experience on implementing a psychosocial intervention approach, while on

  • Comparison Of The Deaf Role Model

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    Deaf role models all have significance and meaning in their life and career. Interesting comparisons can be made through each individual character. These comparisons will be made between Dummy Hoy, Rocky Stone, and Lance Allred. Education in the early years for William Ellsworth Hoy (Dummy) included going to a school for the Deaf at Oregon and even becoming the valedictorian for his graduating class. At the age of three, William got meningitis leaving him deaf and mute. Dummy did sign because

  • Recovery Model Of Mental Health

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    their children. Substance abuse and addiction can cause parents to lose custody of their children, homelessness, and even death. It is important that anyone who is suffering with these mental illnesses get treatment before it is too late. The recovery model of mental health lays out the treatment for these mental disorders by incorporating methods that promote the collaboration of psychological professionals and patients. There are centers, non-profit organizations, and facilities that treat people with

  • Colorina's Change Model Analysis

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    that happens in our daily life, particularly in Health Care field. It is a path of continuous change, particularly due to the internal and external factors that affect the organizations. The change model the author has came up and was presented in the previous presentation called Colorina’s Change Model will be utilized in this paper to help the identified issue regarding communication of new information within the facility and could benefit from initiating a change. In this paper, the issue and the

  • Role Models In The House On Mango Street

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    Why Are We Who We Are? Role models are people we look up to, people we want to be like, or it can be the complete opposite; people we do not want to be like, those we try to avoid being. The stories, The House on Mango Street, and, The Absolutely True Diary of a Part Time Indian, are similarly based on teenagers living in poverty in hopes of having a better life. Junior, a teenage boy living in the Spokane Reservation in Washington, who leaves his old school and goes to Reardan High School in hopes

  • Six Factor Model

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    data well, χ2 (1024) = 9398.87, CFI = .70, TLI = .68, RMSEA = .07, according to CFI and TLI (>.90) and RMSEA (<.08) fit standards suggested by MacDonald and Ho (2002). Based on these criteria, the six factor model did not fit the data well. In exploring the factor loadings of the six factor model it became clear items in the Adapting Socially, Even Disposition, and Demonstrating Creativity factors were not functioning as expected. In addition, one item from the Instilling Trust factor fit poorly with

  • Bronfenbrenner's Ecological Model Of Child Development

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    Bronfenbrenner’s ecological model of Childs development and its implications to teaching. The four main systems that shape a child’s development .are the microsystem, mesosystem, the exosystem, the macro

  • Lavern Role Model

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    Laverne Cox is a role model for everyone. People of any gender or orientation can see part of themselves in her, because the characteristics she portrays, and the way she puts herself out there for the world. She is a strong, kind, encouraging voice that is often not heard in Hollywood. Many have seen her on the TV series Orange is the New Black playing the role of Sophia Burset, a black transgender woman in prison. She does excellent in the TV series, but that is not the extent of her work or worth

  • Leadership Model Analysis

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    This leadership model has been used in many organizations and training programs to inform future and present leadership ways in improve quality and characteristics to become more effective and proficient within their leadership roles. These practices are described as the following: Most people want to follow someone who is honest and authentic. One of the best ways to gain credibility is having good ethical character, being honest, and integrity (Griffith & Dunham, 2015). By possessing these qualities

  • Rigid Constraints: Goal Programming Models

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    Goal Programming Models SML304 Nikhil Sahu 2011CS10237 Goal Programming is a optimization methodology where there are multiple, probably conflicting goals that need to be achieved simultaneously. Rigid Constraints Goals Goal programming formulations do not contains inequalities. Every constraint is written as an equation. We introduce a extra non-negative variable to convert a inequality into a equality and that is called a slack or surplus variable. Thus any linear

  • Four Models Of Disability

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    Introduction Different models of disability can be used to understand and explain the challenges that people with disabilities are confronted with (Duncan et al., 2009:235). In this essay I am going to define disability and I am going to outline the four models of disability. I will discuss how each model would view Susan’s disability by referring to the scenario given. Furthermore I will describe my thoughts and feelings related to Susan’s situation and how these thoughts and feelings might impact

  • Decision Making Model

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    Decision making consistently involves leadership in some form or the other. Leadership can be defined as "the initiation of new directions of locomotion by one or more individuals, which are then readily followed by other group members" (Krause J, Hoare D, Krause S, Hemelrijk C.K, Rubenstein D.I2000 Leadership in fish shoals. Fish Fish. 1, 82–89) Organizations can either designate leadership or identify internal individuals possessing qualities or having experience with personality inclined to lead

  • The Dual Process Model: Effective Coping With Bereavement

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    The dual process model is a taxonomy to describe how people come to terms or cope with the loss of a partner, however, generalised to include other losses in recent years (Stroebe & Schut, 1999). Of primary importance is gaining an understanding of what constitutes effective coping with bereavement, as some people come to terms with loss while avoiding any health consequences while others adopt more damaging strategies (Parkes, 1996; Stroebe, Stroebe, & Hansson, 2007). This model is not a stage or