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Vaccines and Autism
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Vaccines and Autism

Abstract Many cases of autism are observed nowadays. Globally, there are 52 million cases of autism Such statistics prompted some scholars to assert that vaccines contribute to the high prevalence of the disease. Wakefield explained that the measles-mumps-rubella (MMR) vaccine increased the risk of developing autism since the components of the measles virus in the […] Read more >>

02.07.2020
Health-Problem-in-the-State-of-Florida
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Health Problem in the State of Florida

Abstract There are efforts to realign the healthcare sector in order to ensure that it meets the increasing needs of a growing population as well as the demands for specialized healthcare for the elderly. Due to this fact, nurses are viewed as a possible solution to this challenge. However, their contribution cannot be realized in […] Read more >>

05.05.2020
Creating Safe Systems for Nurses
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Nurses Creating Safe Systems for Nurses

The problems of the continuous quality improvement of rendered care and safe working conditions of the nursing personnel are among the most urgent for health care systems as they directly influence not only the health of nursing staff but also the quality of rendered health care in general and, as a result, the health of […] Read more >>

05.05.2020
Job Dissatisfaction and Nurse Turnover
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Job Dissatisfaction and Nurse Turnover

A qualitative Study on Factors that Contribute to Job Dissatisfaction and Nurse Turnover in Primary Care Facilities and Strategies to Enhance Nurse Retention Abstract Job dissatisfaction and nurse turnover continue to be major problems in the field of the nursing profession. This research proposal proposes research that aims to study the factors that contribute to […] Read more >>

05.05.2020
The U.S. Health Care System
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Quality of Diabetes Care in the Skilled Nursing Facilities

Diabetes care distinguishes the broad spectrum of services and settings that enable the patient-centered continuum of caring and treatment. The acute character of comorbidities, especially among older patients, predefine the need for the quality care provided in skilled nursing facilities (SNF). The study proposal is aimed at shaping the research issue by answering how Quality […] Read more >>

03.04.2020
Breast milk
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Mother’s Own Milk

1.0. Introduction Breast milk is the best optimal source of nutrients for babies, especially those weighing below 1,500 grams when they are born. The benefits obtained from the mother’s own milk (MOM) include improved maturity of the gastrointestinal system, better tolerance for feeding, and a reduced risk of life-threatening infections, for instance, sepsis and necrotizing […] Read more >>

02.04.2020
Obesity in Emirati Children
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Obesity in Emirati Children

Abstract Nowadays obesity is no more an adult problem. The prevalence of childhood obesity is on the rise and it continues to increase at an alarming rate. It is a particularly burning issue in the United Arab Emirates, where the number of obese children is about three times higher than established by international standards. Being […] Read more >>

04.03.2020
Negligence Liability for Medical Injuries
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Negligence Liability for Medical Injuries

Legal researchers have been concerned about the significance of using the tort liability process to offer economic incentives needed for efficient levels of taking precautions to limit accidental injuries. Medical malpractice is one of the most researched topics in a society based on empirical evidence. Numerous research studies on the proper functioning of the medical […] Read more >>

04.03.2020
Application-of-Nursing-Theory
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Application of Nursing Theory

Numerous nursing theories review various aspects of medical practice to ensure the provision of high-quality care. Among them, it is significant to point out the Adaptation Model by Callista Roy that perceives the patient as an individual, recognizing his/her personal and social characteristics (Smith & Parker, 2015). According to the model, both physiological and psychological […] Read more >>

14.02.2020
Cultural-and-linguistic-barriers-for-patients-with-limited-English-proficiency-(LEP)
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Cultural and Linguistic Barriers for LEP Patients

Introduction Cultural and linguistic barriers for patients with limited English proficiency (LEP) and health literacy is a significant problem, which requires deep research and constant improvement. The implementation of diverse programs, sharing of the learned lessons, and efficient interpretation is all necessary clauses. Cross-cultural communication problems can lead to medical errors and lower medical care […] Read more >>

15.01.2020