Research Papers on Health and Nutrition

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Research Papers on Health and Nutrition

Click on any of the term papers to read a brief synopsis of the research paper. The essay synopsis includes the number of pages and sources cited in the paper.

  • A Health and Nutrition Education Plan

    In a paper of four pages, the writer focuses on the creation of an education plan for a family with obesity. The writer goes on to develop goals and objectives for this family and relates specific ways for change. There are three sources used in this paper.

  • Nutrition and Health Problems in the Elderly

    7 pages and 7 sources. This paper relates two of the most common nutrition and health problems in the elderly, obesity and diabetes. This paper suggests that better nutrition may be the best method for improving the longevity and health of the elderly and reducing incidences of obesity and diabetes. This paper relates some of the problems in improving nutrition in the elderly.

  • Aspects of Healthy Nutrition

    This paper pertains to healthy nutrition and descries the topic not only in terms of how it pertains to physical health, but mental, emotional and social health as well. Three pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Health Education Professional Organizations and their Websites

    This research paper offers an overview of the websites for the following health education professional organizations: the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE), American Public Health Association-Public Health Education and Health Promotion Section (APHA-PHEHPS), American Association for Health Education (AAHE) and the American School Health Association (ASHA). Three pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Health Education Teaching Strategies

    In this 3 page paper, the writer offers an overview of the 'seven by seven' health education curriculum in Hawaii, an introduction to the Personal, Social and Health Education program in the United Kingdom and provides an example using a nutrition unit. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Medication and Cultures

    This research paper describes how health beliefs and cultural views of medication influence health behaviors. Three pages in length, four sources are cited

  • Politics and Health

    If public health and health care could be integrated, it would result in numerous benefits, however, there are barriers and challenges related to this integration. This essay discusses health care as a right or privilege, politics and health issues, and the determinants needed for high quality public health. There are four sources used in this three page paper.

  • Overweight Minors, Nutritional Education

    This paper pertains to an event on nutrition, which pertained to the nutrition education and overweight children and adolescents. Five pages in length, seven sources are cited.

  • Projections for the Universal Health Care System in Canada

    7 pages and six sources used. This paper considers the existing status of the universal or national health care system in Canada and attempts to show how this system can survive in the presence of questions of regarding the maintaining of this system. This paper looks at the significance of national health funding for women's health issues and suggests that even in the midst of the call for budgetary cuts, this segment of the health care system should remain the same.

  • Proper Nutrition And Good Health: Culinary Cause And Effect

    3 pages in length. More than one hundred years ago, just after the turn of the twentieth century, culinary science recognized the cause and effect of proper nutrition equating to good health. Although the extent of this knowledge may not have been as vast as it is today, that it was even a component of culinary in any way indicates a strong association between the art of cooking and the healthfulness it instills. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The Problems and Solutions for Overpopulation Control

    This research report looks at the problems and solutions when it comes to overpopulation concerns. Various issues are discussed inclusive of but not limited to health, nutrition, and ethical problems. This seven page paper has four sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Artificial Nutrition/hydration & Terminal Pediatric Patient

    A 10 page research paper that discusses the ethical issues involved in withholding or withdrawing artificial nutrition and hydration from a terminally ill child. The writer describes the various types of artificial nutrition and hydration and their benefits and risks, as well as the ethical principles of beneficence, non-malfeasance, etc. within the context of this pediatric nursing dilemma. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Youth Fitness

    A 6 page exploration of the factors that have entered into declining youth fitness. This paper emphasizes the importance of a physically active lifestyle and good nutrition in insuring good health. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Child Development Activities 2

    In this eighteen page paper questions about early childhood development, nutrition, cleanliness, and health are explored. Also discussed are creative, social, language and physical activities that address each of the four stages of development that occur between birth and age twelve. There are eleven bibliographic sources cited.

  • Facts About Nutrition and Diabetes

    In three pages this research paper examines how nutrition may be a key in controlling diabetes with facts on 3 nutrition website topics pertaining considered with verification obtained from a scholarly journal. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • School Aged Children and Nutrition Factors

    In four pages this paper discusses children of school age and the importance of good nutrition with various factors and effects on this nutrition examined including calories, minerals, and vitamins. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Nutrition Concerns in AIDS

    An 8 page review of the importance of adequate nutrition in Auto Immune Efficienc Disorder. This paper details the various physiological processes that can be affected by nutrition. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Wellness & Nutrition for Healthy Aging

    A 7 page research paper that includes a brief abstract, which reads as follows: This examination of nursing literature addresses the subject of nutrition and how it impacts the goal of wellness. As this is a broad topic, the paper narrows the topic to the two periods in life when nutrition is particularly crucial to wellness, which is in childhood and in regards to older adults. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension a.k.a. DASH

    In ten pages this report considers the merits of this conceptual approach to hypertension regarding nutrition, fitness, and health and could have a particularly positive impact on African Americans that suffer from hypertension in large numbers. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Safety and Health

    In six pages this paper examines the workplace in terms of pertinent safety and health issues in terms of moral responsibility and also considers the Health and Safety Executive's role as well as the roles of a modern factory's health and safety committee, health and safety engineers, considers measures of health and safety along with risk assessment tool usage. Ten sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Health Information Technology

    This essay discusses the health information technology economic and clinical health act, which addresses using technology in health care facilities. More than that, it requires a meaningful use of these technologies. How meaningful use was finally defined is the focus of this essay. Priorities and criteria are included. There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this six page paper.

  • STDs Increasing

    The introduction reports data about the incidence of Chlamydia and uses that as a catalyst to discuss health programs in schools; examples are provided. The second part discusses how public health has contributed to public health and medicine. There are ten sources used in this six page paper.

  • The Health Promotion Model of Pender

    In a paper of eight pages, the author identifies the major points of Nola Pender's health promotion model. This model is designed to address methods of applying the model to behaviors that impact general health. The author identifies Pender's major elements and then applies the health promotion model to a case study. Bibliography lists six sources.

  • The Health Care System in the United States and Access by Black Americans

    17 pages and 27 sources. This paper considers the fact that the American Health Care system has some significant flaws, including the way in which African Americans can or cannot access this system. This paper relates the belief that a large population of Black Americans have little or no access to health care, a problem that can negatively impact their capacity to reduce disease, have health children and improve their long-term care. This paper also considers the call for greater equity in health care in the hopes of changing this problem.

  • U.S. Health Care System

    A 3 page research paper that discusses the American system. According to an online dictionary, www.businessdictionary.com, a "health care system" is defined as a "Complex of facilities, organizations, and trained personnel engaged in providing health care within a geographical area." If one considers only this extremely broad definition of a "health care system," then, yes, the manner in which health care is delivered in the U.S. is a "system." However, there are scholars who express an evaluation of the way that health care delivery functions in the US that is so negative that one can also easily make the argument that the delivery of health care in America is too dysfunctional to be considered to be a "system," as the term "system" implies organization and comprehensive service. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • The Model of the Canadian Health Care System and its Application in Other Regions of the World

    3 pages and 3 sources used. This paper provides an overview of the elements of the Canadian health care system and the reasons why this system could be used as a model for a national or state health care system in America. This paper applies this model to the specific example of creating a health care system in California.

  • Workplace Safety and OSHA

    In five page this paper discusses Occupational Safety and Health Association workplace safety meetings and how they can be used to promote goodwill.

  • An Admission's Essay Sample

    A sample essay for a student pursuing a Natural Health doctorate is presented in this paper of three pages.

  • Children's Health and the Impact of Physical Education

    In fourteen pages this research paper discusses the impact of physical education on children's health and fitness.

  • Health Data Interactive and the National Center for Health Statistics

    This paper explores human longevity as pictured by government statistics. Why is human longevity increasing at the same time diseases such as diabetes and heart disease are affecting a greater number of people? There is one source in this three page paper.

  • One Corporate Health Program for Employees

    Improving the health of employees is a valuable endeavor because the healthier they are the more productive they are. Johnson & Johnson implemented a comprehensive employee wellness program with multiple components about 20 years ago. The purpose was to help employees know their health risks and how to prevent illnesses. This paper explains the program and the challenges J&J faces. There are four sources used in this nine page paper.

  • Government Involvement in Health

    This paper explores how the government became involved in health care and health care insurance by tracing the history of insurance. There are three sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Mobile Health Applications, An Overview

    This paper pertains to mobile health applications and the way that these software programs are used in nursing and health care provision. Five pages in length, six sources are cited.

  • Electronic Child Health Network - An Analysis

    Analyzes the case study entitled "Electronic Child Health Network," detailing an e-health network in Canada. There are 4 sources listed in the bibliography of this 10-page paper.

  • The Body Reacts to Stress

    Stress is one of the most common mental health problems in the world. It is also a catalyst for numerous physical ailments, many of which ar fatal. This essay discusses stress, the many effects it has on a person's physical health, and therapeutic interventions. The paper also includes a prospectus assignment page. There are eight sources used in this six page paper.

  • Smoking Drinking During Pregnancy

    This essay discusses the effects of drinking and smoking during pregnancy. It also discusses electronic media and young children and programs for pregnant women to get proper nutrition. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Importance of Nutrition and Weight Status

    This essay pertains to a Healthy People 2020 topic, nutrition and weight status and specifically discusses the problem of childhood overweight/obesity. Three pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Diet and Cancer

    In five pages diet and nutrition as they relate to cancer treatment are examined with the focus being colon and liver cancer and prevention studies are also included. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • USE OF LEADERSHIP AND TEAMS WITH QUALITY IMPROVEMENT IN HEALTHCARE

    Analyzes the need for team-building and leadership in forming quality improvement and quality assurance initiatives. Includes reference to the fictitious Vila Health, a healthcare organization. There are 4 sources listed in the bibliography of this 5-page paper.

  • Proper Nutrition and Exorcise to Eliminate Eating Disorders

    This paper contends that the measures that are needed to address obesity are the same as those needed to address binge eating, anorexia and bulimia. These measures revolve around education and public policy. There are five sources listed in this five page paper.

  • Health Care Insurance Policy

    This 3 page paper describes a health insurance policy for a 25-year-old male, full-time college student in the state of Florida. The plan is Aetna's POS Open Access 2500. The essay reports the co-payments, deductibles, benefits, and limitations of the policy. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • CLARION COURT: STRATEGIC PLANNING AND QUALITY IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVES

    Focuses on a case study concerning Vila Health's Clarion Court Skilled Nursing center, and the importance of quality improvement and strategic planning. Included are recommendations to improve quality at the center. Powerpoint slide included. There are 5 sources listed in the bibliography of this 8-page paper.

  • IMPROVING DATA ANALYSIS FOR VILA HEALTH

    Discusses the use of data collection and analysis in reducing risk and increasing quality assurance at a fictitious hospital. There are 6 sources used in the bibliography of this 6-page paper.

  • Risk and Hypertension, Pancreatic Cancer

    This brief research paper discusses risk in relation to pancreatic cancer and also to developing hypertension. The writer, citing scholarly sources, argues that in both instances improved nutrition reduces risk for these conditions. Three pages in length, two sources are cited.

  • Controlling Weight, Diet, and Physical Fitness

    In three pages this paper discusses the correlation between controlling weight, physical fitness, and nutrition in a formula breakdown of physical expenditure and consumption of energy balancing out. There are sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Review of Qualitative Research on Childhood Obesity

    This 8 page paper reviews a qualitative research article on childhood obesity. The paper looks at the research by Lynn Kelly and Barbra Patterson reported in the article “Childhood Nutrition: perceptions of carers in a Low Income Urban Setting” and assesses the research, considering what was being studied, if it was undertaken in an effective way and the appropriateness of the methodology, along with the strengths and weaknesses of the research. The bibliography cites 6 sources.

  • Future Possibilities of Foods That Are Genetically Engineered

    In four pages this paper discusses the potential offered by the genetic engineering of food in terms of improved marketing, nutrition, and production of crops including avocados, wheat, corn, and tomatoes. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Issues in Chinese Medicine and Medicinal Nutrition

    This research paper pertain to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and its history and philosophy, as well as its future and the common ground it shares with medicinal nutrition. Three pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Aquatic Athletic Performance and Seasonal Nutrition

    In twenty pages this research paper discusses aquatic athletic performance and seasonal nutrition's impact on it. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Behavior and the Influences of Nutrition

    In seven pages this research paper assesses the old adage 'You are what you eat' in a consideration as to how child behavior and development is influenced by nutrition. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Learning and School Aid Decreases

    In five pages chaos theory and the connection between learning and nutrition are examined within the context of the question 'Does decreasing public school aid hinder learning?' Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Educating Alabamians About Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle Choices

    This paper considers the mission of the Alabama Cooperative Extension Food and Nutrition Education Program and how it helps address childhood obesity. There are two sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Nutrition and HIV

    A 3 page research paper that discusses the relationship between nutrition and HIV. Extreme weight loss frequently occurs among HIV-positive patients. Known as HIV wasting, weight loss can occur for a variety of reasons, which include cognitive impairment and difficult in swallowing, but it can also occur due to altered “gonadal, adrenal and thyroid function” (Ungvarski, 1996, p. 26). Nurses play a crucial role in combating HIV wasting through educational interventions with HIV asymptomatic patients, as well as acting as a resource for information on successful interventions that can be employed when HIV wasting strikes (Ungvarski, 1996). Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • The Role of Nutrition in Treating Celiac Disease

    A 10 page overview of this condition and the problems it introduces in terms of diet. This paper provides an overview of both the foods that should not be consumed and how to go about choosing healthy foods that can be consumed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Optimizing our Nutrition

    This paper discusses the importance of amino acids and fatty acids in our body's physiology. There are two sources listed in this five page paper.

  • Value of Vegetables and Fruits in Terms of Nutrition

    In six pages this report evaluates vegetables and fruits in terms of their value from a nutritional standpoint. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • California State Department Of Mental Health: Infant Preschool Family Mental Health Initiative Delivery Of Services

    7 pages in length. Maintaining stable mental health is a critical component to being able to live within a civilized society; those whose mental health is compromised for any number of reasons are often without appropriate resources to help them function at an adequate cognitive level. As a direct result, these individuals may gravitate toward fringe communities whereby the challenge of meeting basic human needs is greater than they can achieve. Indeed, adults with mental health problems are difficult enough to assist through limited state services, but when the individual in question is an infant or young child, it becomes critical for the state to intervene in the effort to fend off a lifetime of mental instability. The California Infant Preschool Family Mental Health Initiative (IPFMHI), conceived as a way in which to develop and expand "infant and early mental health services for children age birth to five and their families" (Knapp, 2006). Prevention, however, is as much a part of this service as is addressing existing problems, being that the Initiative - as part of the overall California State Department of Mental Health - is rooted as much in avoiding mental health issues as it is in intervention. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Mental Health Treatment and Group Work Importance

    In twenty five pages and 2 parts this paper examines mental health and then discusses the importance of group therapy in dealing with mental health issues. Thirty two sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Mental Health Issues and Prison System Problems

    In ten pages this paper defines mental health and considers correctional facilities' negligence of mental health issues in this New York State case study. Fifteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Ethical Issues in Mental Health Care Practice

    In this seven page paper the writer tackles two specific ethical issues in mental health care. These are the issue of patient confidentiality and the issue of informed consent. Both must be addressed in accordance with the American Mental Health Counselors Association (AMHCA) code of ethics. Seven sources.

  • Concepts of Mental Health

    In five pages this paper discusses wellness and considers various concepts related to mental health and how good mental health can be achieved. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health Care Market and Price Elasticity

    In five pages this paper considers cross elasticity considerations such as income, health insurance complementary factors, competition, and substitution as each pertains to the health care market's price elasticity. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • The Health Insurance Crisis

    This 5 page paper discusses the health insurance care crisis in the U.S., what causes it, and what it means for the future of health care. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Affordability of Health Insurance Letter to U.S. Senator Bill Frist

    In four pages this sample letter to Sen Frist describes the lack of health insurance affordability and the need for health insurance for individuals who do not qualify for public assistance. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health Care - United States vs Canada

    An 8 page paper. Compares health care in both countries, reports data regarding costs and comments on access and goals of each program. The problems reported with each system are reported and discussed. A recommendation is made for the health care system in the U.S. Statistical data included. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

  • Issues Related to Migrant Health

    In five pages this paper examines the health issues related to rural Hispanic migrant workers in a consideration of education and health care opportunities. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • STDs and Plans of Health Promotion

    In five pages this paper considers sexually transmitted diseases in terms of health promotion planning and the roles of health care practitioners especially nurses. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • A Community Health Issue in Kentucky/Smoking Cessation

    A 5 page research paper that discusses the problem of smoking cessation with a community health perspective based on Orem’s Self-Care Deficit Theory. According to 2003 statistics, Kentucky ranks as having the highest percentage of smokers in its population so this is a particularly crucial public health issue in this state. Principles of smoking cessation intervention are discussed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Cigarette Smoking and The Health Care System

    No matter what one does to treat their health conditions, smoking cigarettes does cause disease for which people will need medical assistance and this places a burden on the health care system. This three paper provides support for the argument with three sources cited in the bibliography.

  • A Public Health Inspection of Apartment Housing and Public Swimming Pools

    Written from the perspective of the public health inspector, the potential health hazards associated with lead paint in apartment buildings and poor operation and design of public swimming pools are analyzed. There are four sources included in the bibliography of this four page paper

  • Spirituality & Religion in Counseling

    A 6 page research paper/essay that considers the integration of spirituality and religion with therapeutic techniques within the framework of counseling. In increasing numbers, health practitioners, clinicians and therapeutic counselors are realizing that spirituality and religion are an indispensable component of human life. Furthermore, these professionals are increasingly realizing that the incorporation of spiritual and religious elements within the framework of counseling or health care facilitates the healing process and promotes the achievement of positive client outcomes. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • The National Health Care System in Canada

    Fifteen pages and 14 sources. This paper relates the fact of the increasing discontentment with the universal health care system in Canada as it currently exists. This paper considers the conflicts that occur under a universal health care plan, especially in terms of the private vs. public treatment.

  • Yemen, United Kingdom, and United States Healthcare Delivery Systems

    In five pages this paper examines Yemen's Ministry of Health, the UK's National Health Service, and the US's Medicaid in a comparative analysis of these countries' healthcare delivery systems. Three sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Public Health/Then & Now

    A 4 page research paper that encompasses 2 topics. The first topic is on Lillian Wald and Mary Brewster and how they introduced public health nursing in the U.S. during the early twentieth century (roughly 2 pages). The second topic addresses the Public Health Association of New York City, offering an overview (roughly 2 pages). Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Medical Coders

    A 3 page research paper that discusses the field of medical coders. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), health information technicians who specialize in assigning codes to patients' medical records for insurance purposes are known by a variety of terms, such as "health information coders, medical record coders, coder/abstractors or coding specialists" (BLS, 2008). This essay offers a brief overview of the medical coding profession: that is, what they do, the education required, associated certification processes, licensure, etc. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Health Care Communication

    This 6 page paper provides a general overview of the importance of effective communication within the health care system. The discussions include: health care provider and patient; the need for communication skills to be learned, the need to recognize cultural and national communication differences, communication between professionals, and an example of how one organization set up its internal communication network. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Importance of Health Care Communication

    The importance of effective communication in health care cannot be overstated. Poor communication leads to poor outcomes while effective communication leads to positive outcomes for the patient. This essay discusses the field of health communication, definition, and theories and reports research to support the initial premise. There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this five page paper.

  • Health and Safety and the Workers Compensation Scheme in New Zealand

    This 10 page paper examines the legislation and regulation of health and safety in the workplace in New Zealand. The workers compensation system administered by the ACC, put in place under health and safety legislation, with the aim of reducing risk in the work place as well as compensating sufferers of occupational injury or disease is discussed and the basis of the system, which has its' basis in the Woodhouse Report, is discussed with the principles used compared to the Meredith Principles. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • Los Angeles Air Pollution and Healthy People 2010

    A 6 page paper integrating Healthy People 2010 Objective 8-1 (Reduce the proportion of persons exposed to air that does not meet the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's health-based standards for harmful air pollutants) and Watson's Theory of Human Caring to address the effects of air pollution in Los Angeles. Nurses operating within Watson's theory and addressing air quality can seek to educate the elderly and parents of young children about the dangers of high-pollution days and how they can mitigate their health risks as others continue to work to improve local air quality. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Health and Alcohol as Perceived by a GP Nurse

    In this paper that contains twenty two pages a definition of public health is provided and then individual health needs as identified through Bradshaw's Taxonomy of Needs and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs are considered in regards to how a GP nurse might perceive the problem of alcohol abuse, the GP nurse's role in this issue and also discusses how improvement program models can be developed. There are twenty three bibliographic sources listed.

  • Health Care Delivery in the United States

    This 3 page paper focuses on health care delivery systems and the proliferation of health education system information. Also reviewed is public opinion re same. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Universal Health Care

    A 3 page paper that begins with facts about the number of Americans with no health care insurance and the number who die unnecessarily because of it. The essay explains what universal health care means, the advantages of having such a system and the disadvantages. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Health Care Insurance And The Unemployed

    A 9 page paper that is written as a proposal. The paper discusses the issue of continuing health care insurance after losing one's job. Statistical data are included regarding the unemployed and the uninsured. The writer points out the greater difficulties single individual unemployed persons have obtaining health care coverage. Annotated bibliography included in the page count. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Importance of Healthy Lifestyle

    This paper makes a case for offering health education programs in elementary schools. Topics include: definitions of health and wellness, value and importance in school, benefits of healthy population. There are four sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Funding Universal Health Care

    A 7 page paper that reports certain data, including expenses related to GDP per capita compared to other countries, the number of Americans with no or inadequate health insurance. The paper discusses how individual states attempted to fund universal health coverage and how other countries fund the program. The writer comments on the savings that could be achieved with certain practices and how such a program would need to be funded in this country. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Access to Services for People with Disabilities

    This 3 page paper examines the problems people with disabilities face when it comes to health care. Do people with disabilities have access to health care in the same way that other people do? Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Iceland and Health Care Delivery

    In six pages this paper compares Iceland's systems of health care with those of America in a consideration of economic stresses and how Iceland's system could serve as an example for all developed countries in that no citizen is ever denied health care access. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Advances in Medical Health

    Technology has been used in healthcare for decades in terms of health records but advancing technology has found itself in hospitals, physician offices, and other locations with professional healthcare persons. This paper discusses many issues related to this topic such as electronic medical records, what technology enhances patient safety and quality of care and many other issues. There are nineteen sources used in this eleven page paper

  • Child Labor and the Dangers

    This 5 page paper gives an explanation of why child labor was bad. This paper includes the health, environmental, and social issues of child labor. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Biodiversity Ecosystems and Humans - Canada

    This essay has two major parts. The first is a review of biodiversity, ecosystems, and human health. The essays discusses the comprehensive ecosystem plan put in place by the Canadian government. The second part focuses on a research study and uses some of the government's strategic outcomes as targets. There are fourteen sources used in this twenty-one page paper

  • White Paper: Health Care Information Systems

    This 10 page paper gives an example of a white paper in information systems for the area of health care. This paper includes things such as data warehouses and analytics. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Theories Regarding Smoking

    This paper points out the health effects of smoking and why people have trouble quitting. Some of the recent research that links smoking to anxiety is reported and discussed. There are seven sources used in this seven page paper

  • HEALTH INSURANCE: RIGHT OR PRIVILEGE?

    Discusses passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010, its pros and cons, and whether healthcare is a right or privilege to a population. There are 3 sources listed in the bibliography of this 3-page paper.

  • Health Benefits Of Red Wine

    A 6 page paper. Does red wine really reduce risk for coronary heart disease? It was in the early 20th century that evidence showed moderate consumption of alcoholic beverages reduced the risk of heart disease. The writer reports these studies and the studies demonstrating the health benefits of a daily glass of red wine. The writer explains what is in red wine that has a beneficial effect on one's health, the types of red wine found to be most effective, and the health benefits attributed to red wine. The writer also explains how alcohol is metabolized in the body. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Indonesian Sanitation

    This research paper discusses the work of Almud Weitz (2009) and how it pertains to the problem of personal sanitation behaviors in Indonesia. The paper specific ally addresses how this Weitz's research impacts one of the Determinants of Health described by WHO. Five pages in length, six sources are cited.

  • Questions Pertaining to Psychology

    This research paper explores three issues pertaining to psychological practice. These issues are burnout and its significance to the health care professions, social responsibility and positive psychology. Four pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Case of Postpartum Depression

    In a paper of four pages, the author identifies mental health issues, including borderline personality disorder and postpartum depression in a woman using services in a daycare agency.

  • Enzymes, An Overview

    This paper consists of the speaker notes for a Power Point presentation, khenzmes.ppt, which discusses enzymes, their role in human health and their chemistry. Three pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Seat Belt Promotional Campaign

    This paper provides an overview of a public health promotional, which encourages the use of seat belts. Three pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Elderly Care in a Nursing Home v. At Home

    In seven pages caring for the elderly is considered through two options with home health care oftentimes presenting more advantages than do nursing homes because of long term care issues and various factors that are discussed. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Mental Health Services, Long Term Care

    This research paper/essay consists of two parts. The first deals with long term care and the second argues that behavioral care should integrated with primary care. Five pages in length, four sources are cited.

  • Mental Health Hospital Quitting Smoking

    There are hundreds of smoking cessation programs in the country. Most focus on a specific population. This essay is part of a proposal to implement a smoking cessation program for the mentally ill in a hospital. There are 10 sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Stop Smoking in Psychiatric Ward

    Numerous articles conclude that people who have mental health disorders are more likely to smoke than people who do not have such disorders. This essay provides a research proposal for a smoking cessation program in psychiatric wards in two hospitals. The proposal includes all the required subheadings including problem statement, design and methods section, and justification for the design, literature review.

  • Public Health, Social Networks

    This research paper pertains to social networking from a public health practice perspective. Three pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Reports on Medicare

    Activities performed by the Department of Health and Human Services are discussed in comprehensive semiannual reports that are authored by the Office of the Inspector General. These reports focus on abuse, fraud, and crimes against Medicare and Medicaid along with some other similar programs. The report specifies the billions of dollars recovered every six months. The two most recent reports are discussed and the writer comments on a report from 2004. There are three sources used in this four page paper.

  • Health, UN Sustainable Development Goals

    This research paper discusses UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), focusing specifically on SDG 3, which specifies targets that pertain to health and well being. Seven pages in length, six sources are cited.

  • The Hazards of Soda Consumption

    This research paper describes the negative health effects of drinking soda. Three pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Cardiac Death, Screening Athletes

    This research paper focuses on the issue of EKG exams as part of the health screening conducted for student athletes prior to their participation in sports programs. The rationale for this recommendation is that this procedure aids in identifying those athletes who may have previously undiagnosed heart problems that could lead to sudden cardiac death. Four pages in length, ten sources are cited.

  • Smoking Overview

    This research paper offers an overview of the history of tobacco use, its deleterious effects on health, lobbyists' opposition to smoking restriction, and alternative forms of tobacco. Five pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Tobacco Regulations, Are They Enough?

    This paper concerns the health risk associated with use of tobacco products and asserts that tobacco regulation is adequate at this time because of self-imposed restrictions instituted by American businesses. Two pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Positive and Negative Health Screening

    This 5 page paper gives an overview of disease screening. This paper gives various examples of disease screening, some positive and some negative outcomes. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Modified Leadership Construct for Health Care

    This essay discussed leadership constructs and pointed out that the core areas and components of those constructs were constructs in themselves. The new model proposed brings the three core areas of the functional leadership model into the transformational model and demonstrates how these complement each other. The recommendation is to adopt transformational leadership behaviors. There are ten sources listed in the bibliography of this fifteen page paper.

  • How to Encourage Smokers to Give Up Smoking

    This report style paper looks at the relationship of smoking with lung cancer including its’ prevalence and then at models of health and behavior change to design a social marketing approach to motivate smokers into giving up. Sixteen sources are cited in this twelve page paper.

  • Both Sides of the Marijuana Legalization Controversy

    In seven pages this paper evaluates both sides regarding the issue of marijuana legalization in terms of various social and health considerations along with its possible advantages also discussed. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health Assessment/Steel Magnolias/PPT Speaker Notes

    This paper consists of the speaker notes for a corresponding PowerPoint presentation, khstelmspnot.ppt. The health assessment pertains to M'Lynn Eatenton in the film "Steel Magnolias," and focuses on her grief over the death of her daughter and the support of her friends. Six pages in length, the associated ppt has 11 slides and five sources are cited.

  • Four Health Insurance Issues

    This paper discusses whether or not it is easier for the uninsured to get health insurance since 2010 and how the uninsured can obtain insurance since the ACA was passed. The paper also discusses end-of-life costs and issue. There are seven sources listed in the bibliography of this five page paper.

  • The Effects of Cyber Bullying on Adolescents

    This research paper addresses the topic of cyber bullying as an issue that negatively affects the health of adolescents. Ten pages in length, three years of which are an annotated bibliography, seven sources are cited.

  • Health Care, 3D Printing

    This paper pertains to 3D printing. The writer describes what it is, relevant ethical and legal issues, and applications in health care. Four pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Issues in Advanced Practice Nursing

    This research paper discusses ten different topics that pertain to advanced practice nursing. The topics discussed include Watson's theory of caring, environmental issues that affect health and the role of intuition in Benner's model of nursing skill acquisition. Ten pages in length, ten sources are cited.

  • Nursing Manager, An Interview

    This hypothetical interview provides students with an example of how an interview with a nursing manager might be described. The main topic is the role of nursing and the nursing manager in health care delivery. Three pages in length, three sources are cited.

  • Global Health Overview, India

    This research paper presents an extensive overview of the healthcare system in India. Six pages in length, nine sources are cited.

  • Providing Healthcare in an Effective Manner- What Can be Learned from HIV Strategies

    To deal with the HIV crisis many lesser and middle income countries had to develop innovative and cost effective strategies to deliver health services to the patients. The writer looks at how and why the strategies used for HIV may provide a framework model of delivering efficient healthcare to other patients. Two examples of healthcare using similar approaches to those found for HIV are presented. Three sources are cited in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Discussion Questions for Health Care Economics

    In a paper of seventeen pages, the writer looks at health care economics issues. Factors associated with the Affordable Care Act are examined through discussion question responses. Paper uses six sources.

  • Taking Care of the Sexual Body: Research Topic

    This 3 page paper gives an explanation of sexual health and problems such as female sexual dysfunctions. This paper includes how CBT can be used to treat this sexual issue. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Implementing Electronic Health Records in the US

    In the US there is a requirement for healthcare organizations to use electronic health records (HER), also known as electronic patient records (EPR) to be implemented by 2015. The writer considers the way that this may impact on organization and how they may change following implementation. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography of this eight page paper.

  • Managing Quality and Risk Management in a Mental Health Environment

    Quality and risk management are inherently linked, especially in the healthcare environment. The writer looks at quality and relevant concepts of quality management and how they may be applied to mental health provision and services. Potential quality goals and recommended quality measures are discussed. Six sources are cited in the bibliography of this twelve page paper.

  • Apple U Phoenix U Texas Health

    This paper explores the training programs at three very different organizations. Two types of training at Apple Company are described, two at the UT Health Systems at Harris County Psychiatric Center and one at the U. of Phoenix. The essay begins with a sentence outline. There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Resource Management and its Impact on Public Health

    This paper emphasizes the importance of resource management and how it impacts human health. The poor are often harder hit by poor resource management. There are three sources in this three page paper.

  • Tutorial on Clinicians and Child Abuse

    In seven pages this essay discusses the issues that health care personnel and clinicians must consider when treating cases of neglect and child abuse including when the abuse took place, the abuser' profile, and whether the abusive family should have the child returned. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • A Leaflet Explaining the Impact of Mandated Nurse to Patient Ratios in the Health Industry

    The writer provides a outline for a leaflet designed to discuss the issues associated with the mandated nurse patient ratios which have been introduced in California. Background to the issue in the process by which the mandated ratios were introduced is discussed. The ratios themselves identified and the advantages and disadvantages are assessed. Four sources are cited in the bibliography of this five page paper.

  • Drug- Resistant Gonorrhea, An Overview

    This research paper pertains to the public health problem of drug-resistant gonorrhea and relevant issues are described. Five pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Tobacco Sales Ban in Pharmacies

    This research paper focuses on the current trend in pharmacy policy to abandon the sale of tobacco products. The writer starts by reporting background information relative to the detrimental effects of tobacco products on health, as well as the motivation of pharmacies for instituting this policy, the effects of the ban, Nine pages in length, seven sources are cited.

  • Issues in Psychology

    This essay offers five questions with answers. Topics include using behavior modification to change one's own behavior, developmental theories, career psychology, psychology in marketing, and health psychology. There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this five page paper.

  • Do e-cigarettes Work

    The question is whether or not e-cigarettes work in terms of quitting smoking. This paper continues some earlier papers that were about beginning a smoking cessation program in a mental health hospital. The tool is the e-cig. This essay provides learning objectives from nursing essentials, timeline for student's work, and leadership and other activities the student will do for the program. There are two sources used in this three page paper.

  • Food Contamination and Public Health

    Food safety is directly linked to effective regulation and food preparation hygiene. There are seven sources in this eight page paper.

  • Prevention of HIV and AIDS and the Importance of Health Education for the Public

    In five pages this report examines the importance of education regarding prevention of HIV and AIDS viruses and in the promotion of public awareness. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Consumers and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act

    This paper considers the relative impact of Obamacare. Texans in particular have not always benefited from the federal mandate on health insurance. There are three sources in this four page paper.

  • Cyber Attacks in Healthcare

    Few people realize how vulnerable healthcare operations systems, from electronic health records to connected medical devices, are to cyber attacks. There have been major cyber attacks against some healthcare organizations involving millions of patient records. This essay discuses three major threats to healthcare operation systems. There are five sources used in this five page paper.a

  • Fort Bend County, Texas/Health Care Spending

    This paper offers a summary of "Health care spending, quality and outcomes: More isn't always better" by Fisher, et al (2009). The writer relates this information to demographic statistics for Fort Bend County, Texas. Four pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Overview of HealthCare.org in Regards to Florida

    This research paper presents a comprehensive discussion of what HealthCare.org relates about health care and insurance in the State of Florida. Five pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Education in Health Care

    This essay comments on four aspects of education in health care beginning with using the COPA model for basic nursing education and adopting that model for staff education, patient education, and community education. There are three sources listed in the bibliography of this four page paper.

  • Health Care Education and Sustainability

    In a paper of three pages, the writer looks at sustainability in health care education. Policies to improve sustainability are examined. Paper uses two sources.

  • Performance Enhancing Drug Use in Sports

    This research presents a thorough overview of this topic, describing its historical context, prevalence, attraction, detection and long term health effects. Nine pages in length, seven sources are cited.

  • Water Problems in One Southeastern State

    There are numerous environmental health issues in most states, including Florida. This essay identifies some of those problems with reports from the EPA and other sources. There are five sources listed in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Chinese Culture and Health Beliefs

    This is a discussion of the beliefs of traditional Chinese medicine, as well as other cultural health beliefs. Five pages in length, seven sources are cited.

  • A Sample Allied Health Care in Radiology Admissions Essay

    This is a three page paper that provides an example essay for an individual wishing to study radiology and seeks to gain admissions into this healthcare specialty program. There are two bibliographic sources cited.

  • Article Analysis: Evolutionary Biology and Human Health

    This 3 page paper analyzes an article that reports on an October, 2007 conference on human health and evolutionary biology. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Different Health Plan Types

    12 pages and 12 sources used. This paper provides an overview of an emerging system in providing health benefits by employers. This paper specifically looks at a plan called the Cafeteria Benefits Plan, in which employees are giving a choice of types of health care plans designed to reduce the costs to the employer and improve the types of plans available to employees. This paper relates a plan that allows employees to select plans that relate to their specific situations, whether they are single individuals or people with families including small children. The call for this type of plan is related within the scope of this paper and relates to the fact that different types of plans have variant costs, including HMOs, Medical Savings Accounts and other plans.

  • Health Care Settings and Affirmative Action

    In fifteen pages this research paper considers arguments both for and against affirmative action in terms of admissions into medical schools and also considers the impact of the issue on the delivery of human services with research data and legislation included. There are twenty bibliographic sources cited.

  • Concept Analysis: Aging

    A 20 page research paper that offers a nursing concept analysis on aging. As the percentage of the American population that is over the age of 65 increases with each passing year, there is more and more attention being paid to geriatric health care needs; and, in keeping with this trend, successful aging is a concept that is also garnering more attention. The importance of geriatric health care issues underlies the need to understand the concept of aging more fully and to describe in detail the differences that are inherent to successful/healthy aging as opposed to maladaptive aging (Flood, 2002). This concept analysis of aging endeavors to accomplish this purpose, as it describes how literature addresses the aging process and its implications. Bibliography lists 26 sources.

  • Depression In Elderly Women

    15 pages in length. Depression is an equal opportunity offender that spares no one from its life-stealing symptoms; significantly more than just a blue mood, depression is one of the most prevalent mental health issues plaguing contemporary society. For some, escaping the grips of depression is all but impossible due to its genetic disposition; for others, environmental and/or psychosocial problems lend themselves to the onset and sometimes persistent state of depression. Elderly women are no exception and in fact are a large percentage of those afflicted with depression due to a number of causes associated with health, emotions and loss of independence. Bibliography lists 19 sources.

  • Daycare Setting and the Protection of Welfare and Health

    In twenty pages this paper presents hygiene practices in a step by step manner and emphasizes the importance of preventing toxic chemical exposure and the spread of germs in a daycare setting. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Community Health Model of Alcoholism and a Native American Reservation

    In a paper that consists of twenty pages intervention and a treatment for Native Americans living on reservations who suffer from alcoholism are examined through an outline and evaluations of the successes and failures of a community health model program. There are twenty two sources cited.

  • Call Tracking and Shand's Health Care

    This paper discusses how Shand's Health Care University Medical Center can be assisted by a call tracking system in twelve pages. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Promotion of Health and Fitness in the United States

    This paper addresses ways to promote fitness and healthy lifestyles in the US. The author includes a brief history of physical fitness programs. This five page paper has five sources in the bibliography.

  • Public Health Aspects of Food Safety

    This 8 page paper discusses the issue of food safety from a public health perspective; it focuses mostly on a literature review. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • U.S. Health System

    This 3 page paper begins by identifying one hopes the main functions of the health system is and how that system is failing in the United States. Experts say the system is broken. Limited statistical data are reported in terms of medical errors and the uninsured. The writer also reports and discusses the mission statement from the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Health Education and Technology

    In five pages this paper discusses how technology can be implemented by health education to cut costs with experiential learning and classroom uses among the topics explored. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Alcohol Abuse and Public Health

    This 3 page paper discusses alcohol abuse and why it can be considered a public health issue. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Weight-Loss Diets Cause Weight Gain/Diet for Health

    A 3 page research paper/essay that contrasts and compares weight-loss diets with eating healthy. The writer argues that weight-loss diets, per se, do not work. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Oral Health and the Impact of Smokeless Tobacco

    In six pages this paper examines smokeless tobacco that typically takes the forms of chewing tobacco and snuff in a consideration of how it impact upon oral health. Thirteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health Economy and Credit Cards

    In five pages the effects of credit cards on the economy are examined and contrary to popular belief North Carolina State University economist Mike Walden claims that massive credit card debts are not necessarily indicative of an ailing economy. In fact it may actually be quite the contrary. Four sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health & PE/Differentiated Instruction

    A 4 page research paper that discusses differentiated instruction in general and then focuses on applying these principles to health and physical education classrooms. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Best Practices and Satisfaction in Health Care

    The health care system does allow for choice, and as a business, patient and employee satisfaction play a major role in the scheme of things. This paper addresses those issues and more. There are eight sources listed in the bibliography of this five page paper.

  • Insurance Companies, Health Professionals, and HMO

    In ten pages this paper examines the issues involving health care professionals and insurance companies as they relate to HMO and the inability of practitioners to adequately satisfy patient needs. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health and Poverty/Incidence of Childhood Asthma

    A 5 page research paper that relates the details of literature review search for studies pertaining to the treatment and management of pediatric asthma among low-income young children. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Evaluations of Biopsychosocial and Biomedical Health Models

    In seven pages this paper examines common cold patient treatment and argues that the biopsychosocial model is superior to its biomedical counterpart. Ten sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Report Proposing the Adoption of Electronic Health Records

    The writer presents a report supporting a proposal for a hospital to adopt the use of electronic health records, also known as electronic patient records. The report outlines the ways in which the proposal should be acceptable to different stakeholder groups, looks at the potential risks and how they may be mitigated or reduced, and undertake the financial analysis of the proposal, including budgets and financial projections. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography this seventeen page paper.

  • Digestive Health: Dietary Choices in Celiac Disease

    A 3 page consideration of the choices that must be made in regard to food for those suffering with this condition. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Health Insurance Coverage and Middle Class Americans

    In fifteen pages this paper examines how there is an ever growing number of America's middle class that has no medical insurance or health care coverage in a consideration of socioeconomic contributing factors. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Healthy People 2010/Obesity Objective

    A 3 page research paper that discusses the overweight/obesity objective 19-1 of the Health People 2010 goals. Today, nearly 55 percent of all adult Americans can be classified as overweight or obese and the incidence of overweight/obesity for children and adolescents is also climbing (FDA and NIH, 2008). The health consequences of this trend can be personally devastating, which is why this problem is one of the many issues addressed by the Healthy People 2010 objectives, in which objective number 19-1 is to: “Increase the proportion of adults who are at a healthy weight” (FDA and NIH, 2008). A healthy weight is “defined as having a body mass index (BMI) equal to or greater than 18.5 and less than 25” (FDA and NIH, 2008). To formulate a public policy that would achieve this goal involves addressing multiple issues. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Health Overview of High Blood Pressure

    In five pages this paper discusses hypertension and its effects on renal and cardiovascular functions in an overview of diagnosis and treatment. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Cholesterol and Health

    A 4 page overview of cholesterol. This article delineates the different types of cholesterol and their role in human physiology. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Basic Human Right of Health Care

    In five pages this paper argues that for individuals healthcare access should be regarded not merely as a privilege but as a basic human right. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Mental Health Counseling: Child Abuse And Neglect

    7 pages in length. Antisocial behavior is considered one of the many consequences adolescents and adults harbor from childhood abuse/neglect, as are issues of intimate bonding and repeating the harmful behavior inflicted upon the child. It has been noted how an individual reaches a certain breaking point during intervention when he or she admits to the hurt that has long existed, in addition to the humiliation and grief typically associated with child abuse/neglect. Analyzing theoretical perspectives and therapeutic approaches provides a significantly better understanding of what steps are required in order to help the abused/neglected child work through his damaged psyche. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • OCCUPATION, HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

    This 3-page paper discusses the occupational nature of humans, while discussing health aspects of occupation. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Mental Health Insights from One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest and A Beautiful Mind

    This 3 page essay explores mental illness as it is portrayed in these popular films. The author contends that these films illustrate the tremendous diversity that exists within the classification of mental illness. 3 sources are listed.

  • The Traditional Concept of Health Insurance

    This 6 page paper discusses the important points a person needs to know when buying health insurance. The writer discusses such things as deductibles, co-insurance and pre-existing conditions. There are 4 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Effect of Hurricanes, Floods on Environmental Health

    A 16 page research paper that analyzes data concerning the effects of Hurricane Katrina. This paper addresses research concerning the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina from the perspective of environmental health. First of all, the problems arising from Katrina are summarized, then background information is offered, which is followed by a literature review of relevant sources, including applicable research studies. Conclusions and recommendations are discussed. The page count includes a brief abstract, a 1-page proposal for the paper and a 3-page annotated bibliography. The bulk of the paper is 12 pages in length. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Law Enforcement and OSHA Regulations Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA) Regulations and Law Enforcement

    In ten pages this report examines law enforcement agencies and the effects of Occupational Safety and Health Association regulations. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Careers in Health Information

    Some of the careers in health information are analyst, medical records technician, medical record director, information security officer, information privacy officer and compliance officer. This paper discusses each. Seven pages, seven sources.

  • Article Summary on Health and Psychology Topics

    In five pages 6 articles pertaining to health and psychology types of topics are summarized. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Personality Traits Required of Health Club Personal Trainers, Class Instructors, Receptionists, and Managers

    In eight pages this paper considers the health club setting in a discussion of the personality traits that are required to successfully perform various jobs. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Emotional Health and Personality

    In eighteen pages current literature is reviewed in a discussion regarding the mental health impacts of personality types and also discusses personality typing. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • How to Serve a Client with Multiple Physical and Mental Health Issues

    People with multiple personality and chemical dependency issues pose a challenge for healthcare providers. This paper critiques a case of a 25-year-old woman who presented, uncooperatively, with multiple substance abuse issues, HIV positive, sex addition and bipolar disorder. Examines issues of how, if at all, this woman can be helped by counseling. This paper has five pages and six sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Long Term Performance of the Vanguard Specialized Health Care Mutual Fund

    This mutual fund's long term performance is evaluated in a paper consisting of six pages with growth potential among the topics assessed. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health People 2010: Low-Income, Low Literate, Diabetic New Yorkers

    5 pages in length. Statistics clearly illustrate the challenges low-income diabetic New Yorkers have in the ongoing quest to access the Internet to reach the plethora of helpful information pertaining to their disease. For example, seventy-seven percent with income of $15,000 or less have no computer, which equates to eighty-one percent unable to access from their homes (Commission on Independent Colleges and Universities, 2007). While these findings provide valuable information pertaining to how this works against their health, it is important to note that a number of programs are being implemented in order to fix the problem. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Knowledge Management at Molnlycke Health Care

    This 19 page paper is a proposal to develop knowledge management at a medical equipment company, including a sample cover letter. The paper examines the concept of knowledge management looking at what it is and how it can add value, and then examines the company, what it does and the way it competes and along with the existing level of knowledge management. Based on these two sections a strategy to increase the use of knowledge management is proposed. The bibliography cites 18 sources.

  • Conflict Mediation In Health Care

    A 3 page paper that begins with comments about some of the causes of conflict and the types of conflict that erupt. The process of mediation is explained, including the mediator's role and how it works. Two different examples of conflicts that were resolved through mediation are reported. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • National Health Service and Complementary Medicine

    In five pages the UK's National Health Service is examined in terms of how complementary medicine fits in with the NHS history and complementary medicine's benefits included. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Pending Health Care Legislation

    This research paper describes and discusses the bill passed by the House of Representatives, H.R. 3200, which, in conjunction with the Senate version of the bill, holds the promise of effective health care reform. Five pages in length, five sources are cited.

  • Contemporary Appalachia, Transportation Challenges, and Mental Health

    In seven pages this paper discuses how transportation issues prevent mental health services' access for Appalachia inhabitants. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Public Health Nursing and Screening Processes

    In two pages this review of a journal article details research on such screening procedures and discusses why early screening and intensive follow ups may not be necessary. There are no other sources listed.

  • Home Health and Hospice Company Business Requirement Analysis

    In ten pages a home health and hospice company is examined in terms of its two information technology needs which include adding laptop computers, printers, and a wireless network for visiting nurses to educated patients and a self service automated HR system. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Total Health Plan Project Management Case Study

    In twelve pages a small company's comprehensive plan for health management is examined in a discussion of project management development and includes such topics as work breakdown, flow of tasks, project scheduling and reporting, costs, performance and project assessment. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health Risks Associated with Tobacco Smoking

    In seven pages this paper discusses the public health threat posed by tobacco smoking. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Homeless and Health Care

    In five pages this essay discusses the homeless problem in the U.S. in terms of the health problems these individuals experience along with example healthcare projects for the homeless. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Tobacco and its Unacceptable Impacts to Human Health

    The author compares the impacts of marijuana, methamphetamines, and tobacco then proceeds to argue that, just like the other two hazardous drugs, tobacco should be illegal. There are seven sources listed in this nine page paper.

  • Forensic Pathology Of Sudden Unexplained Death

    8 pages in length. Death of any origin requires a legal certificate that denotes the cause of demise, however, the reason for a death that is sudden and unexpected can keep prevent that cause field on the certificate blank for many months. Determining cause of death in this instance - which is defined as "those that do not result from a diagnosed terminal illness or other debilitating or deteriorating illness or condition where death is anticipated (natural death) unless the illness or condition is the result of an injury, whether intentional or not" (Washington State Department of Health, 2005) is the task of forensic pathologists who are not only trained in identifying the nature of disease and injury but also the "mechanisms of sudden death and subtle forms of homicide" (Washington State Department of Health, 2005). The criminal nature of forensic pathology provides the conduit between difficult police investigations and an appropriate criminal justice outcome. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Strategic Management of Health Care

    In ten pages health care facilities are examined in terms of strategic management and leadership in an overview of problems, challenges, strategic management and planning differences, and leadership attributes. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Health and the Effects of Stress

    In seven pages this paper discusses the adverse effects of stress upon health with workplace stress being the primary focus. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Connection Between Stress and Health

    In twelve pages this paper examines the connection between stress and health. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Stress and Health

    A 12 page paper which examines how stress affects a person’s health. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • Senior Citizens and Health Care Needs

    In seven pages this paper discusses how senior citizens' growing health care needs should be addressed by the government. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Smoking and its Impacts to Human Health

    Cancer is just one of the many health problems that is associated with smoking. This paper delineates several more and emphasizes that secondhand smoke can have just as many adverse impacts as firsthand smoke. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Health Care Delivery and Quality Control Issues

    In twenty pages this paper examines health care delivery in terms of the need for quality control and also discusses various related control issues. Eleven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Poverty : Causes And Effects

    This 12 page paper begins with the data regarding poverty, including rates, regions, minority factors. The paper discusses theories on the causes of poverty and the outcomes and consequences of poverty, including poorer health and less education. The long-term consequences are also discussed. The writer comments about poverty and the schools and the implications for educators. Statistical data included. 1 Table included. Bibliography lists 13 sources.

  • Examination of Cow Ticks

    In eight pages cow ticks are examined in terms of biological manifestation along with their implications in terms of economics, health, and society. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • College Students and Sleep Deprivation

    This paper concludes that students should try to get into regular sleep patterns for better overall health and academics. There are six sources listed in the bibliography of this six page paper.

  • Websites on Nursing Theorists Margaret A. Newman, Betty Neuman, and Virginia Henderson

    This paper examines nursing theory websites that feature the need theory of Virginia Henderson, systems model of Betty Neuman, and the health as expanding consciousness theory of Margaret A. Newman in 3 pages. The bibliography cites 3 sources.

  • Gingivitis, Periodontitis, Leukoplakia, and Smokeless Tobacco

    In six pages this paper discusses smokeless tobacco in a consideration of its oral health impact and the increases in leukoplakia, periodontitis, and gingivitis. Thirteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Smoking in Public Places

    This 3 page paper discusses why smoking in public places should be banned. It includes a discussion of the effects of smoking on the health of children and seniors; and the bans on smoking in the workplace, restaurants, and transport. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Senior Citizens in Miami, Florida

    Senior citizens living in Miami, FL are discussed in seven pages. How much of the population growth is elderly? How do these senior citizens affect the safety and health care costs in Miami? Three references.

  • U.S. Public Places and a Smoking Ban

    In five pages hazards to public health support the argument that supports a ban on smoking in all public places throughout the United States. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Gilded Era/Welfare Reform & The Elderly And Privacy

    6 pages in length. The writer discusses Tammany in the Gilded Era, attempts toward welfare reform and how the elderly lose privacy when they enter permanent health care facilities. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Pricing at the U.S. Naval Hospital, Guam

    A 4 page paper discussing pricing and using a Naval hospital as the target organization. The U.S. Naval Hospital, Guam has the freedom to establish prices for any goods or services not covered by Medicare, but it has no freedom at all when establishing prices for goods and services for which Medicare could be asked to pay. This is a fact of health care in evolution. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Smoking Cigarettes

    In seven pages smoking cigarettes is examined in terms of such pertinent issues as health dangers, corporate and government involvement, and addictiveness. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Anne Fadiman's The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down

    In eight pages this paper discusses health care service delivery issues within the context of The Spirit Catches You and You Fall Down by Anne Fadiman. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Political Issue of Second Hand Tobacco Smoke

    In five pages this paper discusses how second hand smoke is a political issue rather than a health topic. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • A Systematic Approach To Managing OHS - BSBOHS401B

    This 3 page paper looks at what is meant by a systematic approach to occupational health and safety and how it may be supported through planning and management systems and approaches. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • Teenage Depression A Literary View

    Inn ten pages teen depression is examined by examining the Columbia University's Health Education Program guidebook Go Ask Alice and A Tree Grows in Brooklyn by Betty Smith. There are seventeen sources in the bibliography listing.

  • History of Minimum Wage, Supreme Court to Rule on ACA

    This research paper is in two parts. The first part offers a brief history of the minimum wage law, and the second describes the circumstances leading to the Supreme Court's decision to issue a ruling on the constitutionality of the requirement of the Affordable Care Act that all citizens must purchase health insurance. Three pages in length, two sources are cited.

  • The ‘Philosophy’ of Massage Therapy

    In five pages this paper examines the philosophical underpinnings of massage therapy in terms of beliefs concerning health, illness, and the basis for massage therapy, with comparisons made between it and allopathic medicine. Five sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Marketing Campaign Case Study Development

    In ten pages a rural school's once weekly student health clinic serves as the case study for a discussion of a marketing campaign that includes discussion of a target market, budget, and effective strategies. Six sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Drug Therapy and Kidney Transplantation Economic Comparision

    In ten pages this report considers drug therapy and kidney transplantation in an economic comparison that favors the health restoration value of kidney transplant despite the cost issues. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Taxonomy of Survey Instruments

    In a paper of three pages, the writer looks at survey instruments. Detailed taxonomies relating the instruments to health care marketing are developed. Paper uses three sources.

  • American Public Policies

    A review of several of the most troubling public policy arenas of the modern day. These include health, welfare, education, and energy. The paper outlines concerns in each and emphasizes the importance of public policy in addressing these concerns. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Disease Management/Hypertension

    A 9 page research paper that discusses disease management programs, with a focus on hypertension. To address the problem of hypertension, healthcare provider systems and health plans have turned to the strategies provided by disease management (DM) programs as a method for improving patient outcomes in hypertension management. This examination of DM programs in regards to hypertension seeks to evaluate DM as a tool for containing cost and ensuring quality in regards to control of this chronic condition. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Business Cannot Ignore Pollution: It is a Matter of Life, Death, and Ethics

    In thirteen pages this paper examines the issue of industrial pollution and presents evidence to support the contention that the international business community cannot ignore the effects of pollution and considers environmental and health impacts, philosophical and Christian ethics, and what the government’s role should be in ensuring that business is held accountable for the damage inflicted by the pollution it generates. Nine sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • School Bullying/The Effect on Bullies and Victims

    This research paper offers a comprehensive overview of research literature pertaining to school bullying, with a particular focus on the effects of this behavior on mental health, both for the bully and for victims, as well as witnesses. Twenty pages in length, fifteen pages are the body of the paper and there are fifteen sources listed in an annotated bibliography.

  • Childhood Obesity/Focus on Kaneohe, HI

    A 5 page research paper that addresses the problem of childhood obesity, which focuses on also on what is being done locally in Kaneohe, Hawaii. The writer discusses the health and psychological impact of obesity, as well as reviews successful interventions before making recommendations. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • The Lasting Effects of Hurricane Katrina

    This 3 page paper examines the impact of Hurricane Katrina on the health care system; it also discusses the government response to the tragedy and how Louisiana is coping today. It also states what might have been done differently. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Appraisal of Team Performance

    In three pages this paper examines health care team performance appraisal with one nurse rejecting the 360 degree team appraisal approach. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Nuclear Medicine

    16 pages in length. Technological improvements within the medical profession would have practitioners from a century ago shaking their collective heads in awe and disbelief. The extent to which nuclear medicine has surpassed the expectations of technological advancement only fifty years ago is both grand and far-reaching; that its usage is incorporated into myriad procedures for disease detection speaks to the growing trend toward this nontraditional approach to health care. Bibliography lists 14 sources.

  • Law, Genetics, and Insurance Testing

    This research paper consisting of fifteen pages concentrates on New Jersey law in a discussion of whether or not health insurance coverage can be denied or cancelled due to the revelation of a genetic predisposition toward a certain disease or medical condition. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Senior Citizens and Healthy Lifestyles

    In five pages this paper examines senior citizens and their extensive use of health services in a thesis that argues healthier lifestyles for the elderly are both social as well as economic necessities. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Human Environment and the Impacts of Radiation from Cellular Phones

    In five pages the issue of radiation from cell phones is examined in terms of the health hazards they represent. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Ecological and Economic Value of Rain Forests

    In five pages this paper discusses the economic, ecological and human health benefits the global rain forests provide. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Post Communist Romania and Conducting Business

    In eleven pages what needs to be known by a company considering conducting business with postCommunist Romania is examined with such topics as contracts, disputes, copyrights, finance, foreign controls, boycotts, safety and health markings, special temporary imports, and tariffs mentioned. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Argument: Undocumented Aliens Should Not Receive Services

    This 10 page paper argues that illegal immigrants to the United States should not be entitled to the same level of educational opportunity and health care services as those that are legal, taxpaying citizens. There are 8 sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Future of Managed Care and Specialized Laboratories

    In nine pages this paper discusses managed care in a consideration of future roles of specialized laboratories as detailed under new health care insurance provisions. There are 8 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Future of Managed Care and Specialized Laboratories

    In nine pages this paper discusses managed care in a consideration of future roles of specialized laboratories as detailed under new health care insurance provisions. There are 8 sources cited in the bibliography.

  • Avian Flu 2

    This 10 page paper examines the occurrence and reporting of bird flu cases. The paper starts by looking at the different reports from the World Health Organization and what data is contained in the reports, how it is collected and the barriers to effective collection. The paper then looks at the spread and mortality rate of the disease and trends in the way the disease is spread in different patients, considering age, gender and locations, the paper also looks at the current research. The bibliography cites 2 sources.

  • Career Planning

    In a paper of four pages, the writer looks at career management. The hypothetical case of developing a strategy to become a health care manager is used. Paper uses three sources.

  • Internet and Information Democratization

    In four pages both sides of the issue regarding democratization and the Internet are discussed with an emphasis upon informations pertaining to health with the inclusion of a research project proposal. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Adolescent and Child Obesity

    In eleven pages the problem of obesity in American children is examined in terms of adolescent health risks and causes that include lack of activity and genetic aspects with research studies and conclusions drawn by the writer. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Persuasive Essay on Why People Should Not Eat Fast Food and Eric Schlosser’s Fast Food Nation

    In five pages this persuasive essay relies upon Eric Schlosser’s Fast Food Nation as a primary source in this overview of the reasons why people should not consume fast food, with unsanitary practices, animal cruelty, and public health concerns such as obesity the primary focuses. Four sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Child & Adolescent Obesity/U.S.

    A 6 page research paper/ argumentative essay that examines the topic of childhood and adolescent obesity in the U.S. The writer examines the parameters of the problem, defines it, discusses epidemiological factors and argues that more research should be conducted in order to discern what interventions work and which do not work in preventing and alleviating this serious public health problem. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • The Dangers Of Smoking

    3 pages in length. Once hip and socially acceptable, cigarette smoking has become the looming beast from which communities across the globe are trying to escape. Cities across the United States are implementing smoking bans as a response to the steadily growing proof that cigarettes pose tremendous health risks - even to those who do not smoke. Considering the many detrimental issues associated with cigarette smoking, three of the top concerns include secondhand smoke, lung cancer and global impact. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Cigarette Smoking in Adolescence (Article Review)

    This 3 page paper examines an article by Larson, Story, Perry, Neumark-Strainer & Hannan (2007) that takes a look at adolescent lifestyle factors and behavior. The focus is on cigarette smoking and other health related behaviors. No additional sources cited.

  • The Causes of Effects of Binge Drinking

    The writer examines the phenomenon of binge drinking on college campuses, and reveals that an increasing number of college students, particularly women, engage in the practice as a sort of measure of coming of age. The writer reveals that health experts consider binge drinking one of the worst practices of collegiate life. The paper is five pages long and there are seven sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Fast Food Restaurants and Nonsmoking Policies

    In five pages this paper examines fast food restaurant environments, the health issues represented by inhaling second hand smoke, and the need for nonsmoking policies. There are no other sources listed.

  • Causes and Conditions of Homelessness

    In six pages this paper examines homelessness and the homeless in a consideration of socioeconomic, environmental health issues, and the conditions that result in homelessness. Eight sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Multiple Births and In Vitro Fertilization

    In fifteen pages this paper discusses multiple births and in vitro fertilization in a consideration of various health, social, legal, economic, religious, and ethical issues. Fourteen sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Obesity and the Development of Pharmaceuticals

    Today, the pharmaceutical industry is rushing to develop a diet drug that is both effective and safe. This three page paper examines the issue of pharmaceuticals and health related behaviors. There are three sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Airline Industry After Terrorist Attacks of 2001

    In five pages the impact of the 2001 terrorist attacks upon the airline industry are considered in an analysis that includes airline industry health and stockholders along with American Airlines' CEO quotesalso included. Nine sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Employment Situations in California and in America as a Whole

    5 pages and 10 sources used. This paper provides an overview of the employment situation, unemployment rates and the economics of the state of California in 2002. This paper also looks at the problems that occured in California's Silicon Valley, the declining conditions and problems with Internet company failure and their impacts on unemployment rates. This paper considers the problems in the economic health of the country as a whole in order to give some insight into the problems in California.

  • The Argument for Banning Generically Engineered Food

    The writer puts forward and then supports an argument that there should be a blanket ban on all genetically modified food until there is a higher level of proof regarding the absence of negative health. Three sources are cited in the bibliography of this three page paper.

  • Epidemiology of Chicken Pox

    In seven pages Varicella or 'chicken pox' is examined in terms of its epidemiology and impact upon health. There are approximately ten sources cited in the bibliography.

  • HEALTHCARE AND NEEDS FOR AN AGING POPULATION

    Discusses the impact of the aging population on the health care system and provides suggestions of what needs to be done to be prepared. There are 5 sources listed in the bibliography of this 6-page paper.

  • Improving Food Safety

    Improving food safety is an important aspect of community health. In three pages, this paper relates the information that could be sent in a bulletin outlining food safety measures. There are 3 sources in this paper.

  • "The Gift Of Therapy" By Irvin D. Yalom, M.D.: Reactionary Report

    3 pages in length. Like so many other industries where products and services are being homogenized to the point of becoming a valueless commodity, Yalom (2003) worries about the upcoming generation of mental health professionals whose essential training resources are quickly dwindling under the weight of economic cutbacks, insurance games and the ongoing pressure to dangerously speed up the therapeutic process. No additional sources cited.

  • Managing Stress in the Critical Incident

    Stress is a major problem for first responders during and after critical incidents. This paper discusses the importance of critical incident stress management, even if the responder does not feel the need at first. Includes intervention and health problems. This paper has seven pages and four sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • The Application of Physical Therapy to Support Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation

    The Application of Physical Therapy to Support Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. 5 pages. 4 sources cited. This paper relates some central information about transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS). Included in this paper is information on the applicatoin of TENS in physical therapy and the different ways that it has been incorporated into the health field.

  • Memory Deficits Due To Alzheimer's

    12 pages in length. Perceived reality of such ratings as self-care, depression, irritability, anxiety, memory and health status indicates Alzheimer's disease patients do not possess an accurate realization of their deficits, illustrating how the disease - whether in early or advanced stages - can impact how patients believe they can function when compared to the what caregivers and clinicians observe. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Personal Philosophy of Nursing

    A 3 page research paper/essay that discusses the nursing concepts of person, environment, health/illness and nursing. This examination of these concepts examines each idea in relation to how it is defined by the Barry University School of Nursing faculty, but also offering a personal perspective on the meaning of each term. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Overview of German Shepherd Dogs

    In five pages this paper examines German Shepherds in a canine overview that includes health, size, and temperament. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Should New Drugs Be Labelled As ‘New’ To Indicate A Higher Risk Than Established Dugs?

    This 4 page paper considers the issue of new drugs and whether or not they should be labelled as an issue of public safety. The FDA focuses on drug approval, leaving a gap when it comes to assessing drugs that have already been approved. There ahs been a call for all new drugs to be marked as new. The paper assesses this from the perspective of the drug companies, the health policy makers and the patients. The bibliography cites 2 sources.

  • The Necessity of Mandatory Drug Testing

    In this 5 page essay the author contends that mandatory drug testing is critical for certain occupations. Those that work in positions that could directly affect our health and welfare if they were to err in the performance of thier duties, individuals such as those that pilot our commercial planes, those that transport our children back and forth to school and those that operate heavy machinery, must be tested on a regular basis. Supreme Court decisions on this matter are highlighted. 3 sources are cited.

  • Financial Trend Analysis in Healthcare

    A 5 page paper discussing financial trend analysis as it applies to health care. Financial trend analysis is a tool commonly used in making investment decisions because it allows potential investors to assess the path that a potential investment target is following. Analysis of financial statements using methods that make trends more readily apparent can inform those who seek to know the true financial outlook for an organization and make adjustments for the future. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Demand for Cigarettes and the Impact of Taxation

    In a paper of three pages, the writer looks at demand for cigarettes and explores the impact of taxation on this demand. Health and revenue-related benefits associated with increasing taxation on tobacco products is emphasized. Paper uses one source.

  • Divorce in Families w/Special Needs Children

    A 5 page research paper that examines divorce and looks specifically at factors that affect divorce in families with children who have special needs. This investigation of literature examines the effect of divorce on children’s physical and mental health; the importance of parents forging a new alliance that considers the welfare of the child, and the reasons why the parents of special needs children are at greater risk for divorce. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Discussion on Articles 1 - 4; Rights of Children and Health

    This 5 page paper discusses four articles concerning abuse and neglect of children, the right to healthcare, the right to education and child labor. Each article is discussed and progress towards the stated goals is assessed. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • Diets: Choices, Healthier Lifestyle, Disease & Popularity

    6 pages in length. What one chooses to feed one's body makes a tremendous impact upon how that body performs. Fueling all corporeal functions, the type, quantity and nutritive value of food can either fortify a body or compromise it until it becomes vulnerable to disease. Even then, the composition of food is such that it can help to once again restore health when the body has undergone trauma or disease. Weight management involves modifying how and what one eats often to the point of eliminating certain foods that are deemed fat inducing, a choice that can withhold essential nutrients necessary for a healthy mind and body. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Epidemiology And Infectious Disease Prevention: West Nile Virus

    3 pages in length. The current state of America's economy has triggered an expansive and detrimental backlash in so many industries that it is overwhelming to contemplate the extent to which this economic downturn has trickled into areas many people would never consider. The frequency with which delinquent homeowners are abandoning their houses has become a tremendous public health issue due to swimming pools left unattended and untreated whereby the water festers and attracts virus-carrying mosquitoes. According to Goodman et al (2009), the prevalence of this particular hazard has spiked the number of West Nile virus cases. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Laura, In Williams’ Glass Menagerie

    A 3 page essay that discusses the character of Laura from Tennessee Williams’ poignant play “The Glass Menagerie.” There are a number of similarities between Laura Wingfield and the small glass animals that she collects. As with her small glass animals, Laura is fragile, both in health and temperament. Also, like her animals, which are a beautiful expression of art, Laura herself has an ethereal beauty. This metaphor also connects Laura with nature as the shapes of her glass suggest the natural world, which is distant from the play’s urban setting. As this suggests, the glass menagerie itself can be viewed as a metaphor for understanding Laura’s inner nature and Romantic beauty. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • The Law and Doctor-Patient Sexual Contact in California

    6 pages and 6 sources. This paper provides an overview of California Civil Code §43.5, which addresses the issue of sexual relationships between doctors and patients. This paper relates the case study of two individuals who sought counseling for marital problems and sought the services of a mental health professional. In the course of their treatment, the wife began having sexual relations with the psychiatrist. This paper covers the legal aspects of California Civil Code §43.5, including the limitations on lawsuits that can be pursued as a result of the law and the problems in seeking restitution for the negative impacts of a doctor's sexual contact with a patient.

  • Taking a Toddler’s Blood Pressure

    A 6 page research paper that examines the topic of teaching parents (or caregivers) to monitor a toddler’s blood pressure. Childhood obesity is one of the most crucial public health issues facing the country today and recent studies have shown that not only is pediatric obesity on the rise, but its associated comorbities are increasing as well, such as “hypertension, dyslipidemia, and early-onset type 2 diabetes,” which is generally referred to as “metabolic syndrome” (Hypertension, 2005, p. 908). Furthermore, high blood pressure can be a symptom of “kidney, heart, blood vessel or endocrine disease” (SoRelle, 2006). Considering this situation, it may become advisable for a nurse to teach parents how to monitor their toddler’s blood pressure. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Obesity in Adults

    This 30 page paper looks at the problem, causes and treatment of obesity. The paper starts with an introduction, defines what is meant by obesity and discusses the influences on obesity, including genetic, environmental and behavioural influences. The paper discusses the conditions that result from, or that are aggravated by, obesity, including diabetes and coronary heart failure. The paper then goes on to look at the way obesity can be treated and the models of change which can help to frame treatment approaches, including the Tannahill Model as well as the approach of Prochaska and Diclemente. The discussion in the paper includes policies and approaches seen in the United Kingdom National Health Service (NHS) and UK obesity statistics .The bibliography cites 34 sources.

  • Dogs And Physical Therapy: How An Injured Athlete Can Benefit From A Trained Pit Bull

    10 pages in length. The notion of animal-assisted therapy is hardly a new idea, inasmuch as it has become an instrumental component of both the physical and emotional well being throughout the health care industry. From nursing homes to hospitals to physical rehabilitation, animals have proven at least just as - if not more - effective at helping individuals regain use of their bodies and create happiness in their minds. What is a relatively new and untapped aspect of animal-assisted therapy, however, is certifying pit bull terriers as trained "therapists," a practice that has proven particularly beneficial in relation to sports injury rehabilitation such as a torn anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Diagnosed Disorder: OCD

    11 pages in length. Being compelled by the urge to display abnormal behavior is frustrating and embarrassing reality for people who suffer with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). The perceived weakness to overcome the persistent desire to repeat behaviors one knows do not need repeating inevitably breaks down one's self-esteem and compromises the overall mental health status. Checking the light switch is turned off even though the light bulb is not illuminated, locking/unlocking doors several times, washing hands dozens of times a day or making sure the coffee pot is unplugged even though one remembers unplugging it are just some of the behaviors people with OCD feel compelled to do despite their logical thought processes telling them otherwise. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Mental Issues, Mindset And Social Work

    3 pages in length. The American mindset toward mental illness, mental retardation and addiction has historically been an attitude of disdain and weakness; those who suffered from these conditions have long been considered undesirable fringe of society and best kept at arm's length. In short, Americans want something done about such individuals so they are dealt with and kept out of mainstream society, however, they do not necessarily want to be the ones handed the responsibility. This is a perplexing reaction in today's world given the propensity of mental health problems that exist - both diagnosed and undetected - in what is often heralded as the world's most prosperous and progressive of societies. A significant reason for this mindset is because Americans are vastly undereducated about mental illness, mental retardation and addiction, and too often draw erroneous conclusions about the social value of these struggling individuals. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Cause And Effect Of Stress

    6 pages in length. Stress is the catalyst to an untold number of physical and psychological responses both good and bad. Knowing how to control those otherwise involuntary reactions is a large part of living in harmony with stress, because there is simply no way to live without it. Anxiety and pressure, excitement and anticipation or even the bodily strain of a manual labor job - no matter which end of the scale it exists, stress will impact the person in both mind and body; it is the way in which it is handled that determines how detrimental the outcome will be. Indeed, there is no mistaking the synergistic relationship that exists between stress and health. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

 

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