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   Is torture considered a moral practice in U.S. anti-terror efforts? Today, 4

   Is torture considered a moral practice in U.S. anti-terror efforts? Today, 48% say there are some circumstances under which the use of torture is acceptable in U.S. anti-terrorism efforts; However, about 49% say there are no circumstances under which the use of torture is morally acceptable. In this essay, you will decide if torture is a moral practice in U.S. In order to do so, you must apply Utilitarianism to be in favor of torture OR Apply Kant’s Categorical…

  Create a care plan for a patient with visually impaired problem related to a

  Create a care plan for a patient with visually impaired problem related to a history of diabetes: – Make sure you include all the phases of the nursing process – Provide a brief discharge planning – Give some teaching examples correlating with the teaching plan (e.g. Visual impairment).     – Provide NANDA nursing diagnosis only.     – Provide appropriate definition for the following terminology:     – Vision acuity    – Glaucoma     – Retinal detachment…

1. Discuss two reasons why health care managers or leaders need to become cultu

1. Discuss two reasons why health care managers or leaders need to become culturally competent and inclusive. 2. Define cultural competence and inclusion in health care. Explain how bias affects both. 3. Explain two ways that a culturally competent and inclusive leader can deepen their self-awareness. 4. Discuss two ways that leaders can help develop an organizational culture that embraces differences and promotes inclusion 6. What is professionalism? 7. How can professionalism improve relationships with physicians, nurses and other medical…

  Assess your knowledge of foundational concepts essential to the nursing manag

  Assess your knowledge of foundational concepts essential to the nursing management of client health by taking the interactive quiz, located in the media “Arterial Blood Gas Interpretation.” http://lc.gcumedia.com/zwebassets/courseMaterialPages/nrs410v_self-assessment-v1.1.php The quiz is designed as a tool for self-assessment. When you encounter questions that seem vaguely familiar, click on the media’s study materials, which are organized by topic (e.g., anatomy, biology, chemistry, pharmacology). This media will serve as a refresher for the concepts that build upon one another in nursing practice.…

  The case scenario provided will be used to answer the discussion questions th

  The case scenario provided will be used to answer the discussion questions that follow. Case Scenario Ms. G., a 23-year-old diabetic, is admitted to the hospital with a cellulitis of her left lower leg. She has been applying heating pads to the leg for the last 48 hours, but the leg has become more painful and she has developed chilling. Subjective Data Complains of pain and heaviness in her leg. States she cannot bear weight on her leg and…

   Evaluation Plan A plan for evaluation should be correlated well with the spe

   Evaluation Plan A plan for evaluation should be correlated well with the specific program for which it has been developed. As you continue to work on Assignment 4, it is important to bear in mind that an evaluation plan is distinct from–yet aligned with–the program plan and contains its own goals and objectives. This week you integrate the knowledge and discernment you have developed to formulate a plan for how evaluation could be an integral part of your program…

2. Submit Part One Portfolio due 02/02/193 .Using the American nurses associati

2. Submit Part One Portfolio due 02/02/193 .Using the American nurses association position statement, recommendations for improvement in end of life management focuses on practice, education, research and administration. Listed below are steps that nurses can take to overcome barriers in healthcare practice.Practice 1. Strive to attain a standard of primary palliative care so that all health care providers have basic knowledge of palliative nursing to improve the care of patients and families. 2. All nurses will have basic skills in…

 Details: The practice of health care providers at all levels brings you into c

 Details: The practice of health care providers at all levels brings you into contact with people from a variety of faiths. This calls for knowledge and acceptance of a diversity of faith expressions. The purpose of this paper is to complete a comparative ethical analysis of George’s situation and decision from the perspective of two worldviews or religions: Christianity and a second religion of your choosing. For the second faith, choose a faith that is unfamiliar to you. Examples of…

 Reflecting on week 3’s lessons in the syllabus , select a patient population (

 Reflecting on week 3’s lessons in the syllabus , select a patient population (pediatric, young adult, adult or geriatric), and briefly analyze a common chronic respiratory illness (there are several to choose from), that may affect this population. Briefly tell how it impacts the patient’s quality of life and analyze the current research evidence on this topic and gold standard of care if any for your chosen population. (You may use an example from your clinical rotation (past or present)…

Karel,   Practice For effectivecare in end of life management, nurses or APRN n

Karel,   Practice For effectivecare in end of life management, nurses or APRN need to operate within a standard platform when practisingprimary palliative care. This is also evident in a study by Ramanayake, Dilanka, and Premasiri, which reveals that establishing palliative care models, and encouraging doctors and nurses to learn informative palliative care principles through improved skills and opportunities need to possible in order to address the future challenges (Ramanayake, Dilanka, & Premasiri, 2016). Therefore, nurses or APRN need to…