...political and healthcare leaders to created sustainable solutions to identified needs. In addition to working as health promoters, nurses need competencies that are necessary to provide holistic nursing care and development of global attitude in providing health care to at risk population. Also they should be able to advocate for those in need of a voice. This paper is an annotated bibliography regarding international health in nursing. The reference cited address various information about the role of a nurse and what is global health in nursing. The references cited were obtained from numerous and widely scattered sources such as textbooks, electronic journals, magazines, and peer-reviewed journals. Chatwood, S., Bierregaard, P., & T. Kue, Y. (2012). Global Health-A Circumpolar Perspective. American Journal Of Public Health, 102(7):1246-1249. doi: 10.21.05/AJPH.2011.30058. The authors of this article discussed the fact that global health has largely replaced international health. In fact despite the mindset of international health development assistance implicit in international health, global health is still very much preoccupied with how the rich north can contribute to improving the health of low and middle income counties. Thus, most grants on global health offered by governmental and nongovernmental agencies are usually restricted to interventions in low and middle income countries. Also, authors defined circumpolar as those 27 regions that contribute the......
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...Annotated Bibliography Apte, V. (1999). Children and the Internet: The Business Journal – Central New York, 13,1. Needless to say, it would rattle any parent's nerves to find that junior had lately become a regular at gambling parlors and pornography shops, had learned from strangers how to cook dope, and was something of an authority on seven quick and painless ways to commit suicide. Yet most parents would think nothing of letting this child onto the Internet unsupervised, while they blissfully read The Business Journal as smut and skullduggery illuminate their youngster's mind. And therein lies opportunity for software developers who care. Anderson, B. (2007). Regulating the Internet: Behavioral & Social Sciences Librarian, 26, 91-95. The Internet's breakthrough to primetime usage beginning in the mid-1990s evolved in an era of openness. Unfettered access seemed key to Internet development. An important foundation for the 1996 Telecommunications Act was the theory that the telecom industry would work best if it were free of government regulation, a guiding principle that has continued through to the current administration. However, try as the government might to avoid regulatory roadblocks, the Internet has been regulated from the beginning. Not only the government, but also nonprofit organizations and private industry have their hand in regulation. Certain regulations may involve or affect all three types of regulating entities, and within each entity there......
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...Organizational Structure Presentation Annotated Bibliography HCS/325 June 30, 2014 Hanna Matatyaho Organizational Structure Presentation Annotated Bibliography Buchbinder, S.B., & Shanks, N.H. (2012). Introduction to health care management (2nd ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning. • Summary: This is are course textbook and it support an overall view of health care management. This book provides details on how to maintain and sustain a position as a health care manager. The functions and tools needed to perform your job. Each chapter gives details on a variety of topics such as; strategic planning, leadership, quality improvements basics, organizational behavior and management thinking, and many more topics, to be a successful health care manager. Lombardi, D.M., & Schermerhorn, J.R. (2007). Healthcare Management: Tools and techniques for managing in a health care environment. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons. • Summary: This text book is mentioned in are weekly readings and have given an insight on the tools and techniques for managing a health care environment. It touched on the responsibilities of managers, the structure of the organization, and the importance of effective communication. It also referenced organizational tools, effective/ planning tools, and the use of effective strategies. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health. (n.d.). NCBI bookshelf. Retrieved from http://www...
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...Running head: Unit 4 Project: Annotated Bibliography 1 Unit 4 Project: Annotated Bibliography Deborah Burris Kaplan University Unit 4 Project 2 Annotated Bibliography THESIS STATEMENT: Animal abuse does not just happen on a local level, it happens on a global scale, sometimes to unbelievable proportions. Having harsher penalties for those who abuse animals would set an example, make others think twice before committing the abuse, have the crimes become a reality, give abused animals a voice and hold abusers accountable for their actions. Beirne, P. (2009). Confronting Animal Abuse, Law, Criminology and Human-Animal Relationships. Retrieved from: http://www.ebook3000.com/animals/Confronting-Animal-Abuse--Law--Criminology--and-Human-Animal-Relationships_64354.html The e-book offered great insight into where abuse dated back to, or at least documented abuse, and gave a great prospective into the human-animal relationships. It states abuse can be traced back to 1635 in the Irish plow fields and that still to this day, animal......
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...Annotated Bibliography BSHS/312 September 7, 2014 Annotated Bibliography Daniel, M.A., J. T., & Wood, Ph.D., J. J. (2013, November-December). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Children with Autism: Review and Considerations for Future Research. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 34(9), 702-715. This article describes the techniques and results of cognitive behavioral therapy for children with autism. Cognitive behavioral therapy is commonly used for children with an autism spectrum disorder. The therapy addresses the child’s anxiety, disruptive behavior, and core autism symptoms. Evidence suggests that cognitive behavioral therapy is possibly efficacious for anxiety and autism symptoms. Garfinkel, M.D., P. E., Kline, M.D., S. A., & Stancer, Ph.D., M.D., H. C. (1973, December). Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa Using Operant Conditioning Techniques. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 157(6), 428-433. This article describes using operant conditioning techniques of female patients with anorexia nervosa. Each patient had a certain criteria that had to be met in order to be a part of the study. Patients were observed for a full week and goals were set for daily and weekly weight gain. Patients were rewarded with certain privileges if goals were met but if a goal was not met than no reward was given. Graham, M. A., Sauerheber, J. D., & Britzman, M. J. (2013, April) Choice Theory and Family Counseling A Pragmatic, Culturally Sensitive......
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...Global Warming Editors of Time Magazine (2013). Time: Global Warming: The Causes, the Perils, and the Politics – and What it Means for You. New York: Time Publishers. Global warming poses a great danger to our planet. A harmonious blend of living organisms, humans, and the ecosystem is on the verge of being unbalanced. Within recent years, the sea levels have risen, animals have become extinct and the delicate balance of nature is threatened. Whether this is a danger to Earth is still uncertain but, whatever the effects of global warming may be, there is no doubt that the consequences are going to be massive, in the form of diseases, food shortages and economic decline. Gamble, J.L., et al. (2008) Analyses of the Effects of Global Change on Human Health and Welfare and Human Systems. U.S.C.C.S.P. This article highlights an assessment directed by EPA which provides a harsh study on the diversity of instruments by which global warming might negatively impact human health in the United States (US). It further states that heat-related disease will likely increase over years, as will deaths linked to air pollution. Collectively, severe events will impact health and welfare and human systems (Gamble, et at, 2008). For instance, floods could contaminate our drinking water and wildfires could increase air pollution. An experienced scientist, Gamble investigated the effect of climate change on human health and developed a model of studies. He......
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...Annotated Bibliography Drugs in Sport Calum Thouless Legend 2154980 (Kumar Neeraj, 2011) Spelling - Red Grammar - Green Sentence construction - Yellow Incorrect reference - Blue In this article Kumar Neeraj, Paul Maman and Sandhu J.S perform a survey to increase their knowledge and insight as to why the supporting factors of psychological and social could potentially lead players towards using drug abuse substances. The authors gained primary data by conducting surveys which 303 players participated in, with the questions consisting of performance enhancing attitudes, perfectionism and motivation among other factors. Their research focuses on reviewing the player’s answers to their surveys and their opinions on the different factors which could lead to drug abuse. This article is helpful to me as it indulges into the players own personal opinions on what factors lead to drug abuse in sports and there are multiple surveys in which these opinions are portrayed. The main limitation of the article is that the 303 participants were all in the age group of 18 to 35 which limits the opinions to older/former players or athletes. The authors of this article mention how much of this research is restricted to an individual’s perception rather than a whole team’s perception and that more in depth research needs to be conducted in order for this entire subject to be concluded. (Nadra E. Lisha, 2010) In this article the authors review data of 34 peer-reviewed......
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...Annotated Bibliography Kenyeta Miles Eng/102 1/26/15 Matthew Sinex Annotated Bibliography Aontas, the National Adult Learning Organization. (2015). Why is Adult Education important. Retrieved from http://www.aontas.com/about/whoweare/adedimportant.html This article is a great source it explains way adult education is important. The article confirms that education is important because it helps our economy grow and develop. This article explains that if adults continue their education than their children will mostly likely love to learn and value there education. The International Affairs Office, U.S. Department of Education Organization. (2008). Organization of U.S. Education: The Local Role. Retrieved from http://www.ed.gov/international/usnei/edlite-index.html This website indicated that parent’s involvement in their children education is important. It details what kind of association that parent can be a part of as far as assisting children with their education. The authors explains association program such as the National Parent Teacher Association (NPTA) and the National Coalition for Parents Involvement in Education (NCPIE). U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration, Office of Policy and Developmental Research. (2007). Adult Learners in Higher Education Barriers to Success and Strategies to Improve Results. Retrieved from http://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED497801.pdf This article details the challenges that adult learners face. This......
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... Bibliography Annotated John Hope GS1140 Mrs. Shack May 11, 2015 Bibliography Annotated Abend, G. (2013). The Origins of Business Ethics in American Universities, 1902-1936. Business Ethics Quarterly, 23(2), 171-205. doi:10.5840/beq201323214 The history of the field of business ethics in the U.S. remains understudied and misunderstood. In this article I begin to remedy this oversight about the past, and I suggest how it can be beneficial in the present. Using both published and unpublished primary sources, I argue that the business ethics field emerged in the early twentieth century, against the backdrop of the establishment of business schools in major universities. I bring to light four important developments: business ethics lectures at the University of California and Yale University, Leon Marshall's curriculum at the College of Commerce of the University of Chicago, and the William A. Vawter Foundation on Business Ethics at Northwestern University. Conflict resolution [electronic resource] Team Publications. (n.d). Amherst, Mass. HRD Press c2002. This article contains team building exercises. The exercises build strength and team cohesive functions. It teaches about working together and compromising in a team setting. It details conflict resolution tactics while defining conflict resolution in a modern world. Bibliography Annotated BADEN, D. (2014). Look on the Bright Side: A Comparison of Positive and Negative Role Models in Business Ethics Education. Academy Of......
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...see and follow the Academic Integrity Policy in the Learner portal. Your instructor may select this or any activity to review and submit to Turnitin to assess for an Academic Integrity violation Main Task: Prepare an Annotated Bibliography Using the guidelines and resources you’ve reviewed create an Annotated Bibliography consisting of the two articles listed as resources for this Activity. Length: 2 entries. Approximately 2-3 pages. Submit your document in the Course Work area below the Activity screen. Learning Outcome: 8 • Analyze research articles for construction of an Annotated Bibliography. Your instructor will give you feedback using the form below and in margin comments on your work. Reading and using your instructor’s feedback is as much a part of your learning as is reading the course materials and doing activities. Your instructor will not only help you understand the quality of your work on this activity, but will also give you guidance on how to improve your skills and increase your knowledge that, if you follow it, will help you do better on future activities! Feedback Introduction to Feedback: 1. Was the activity completed as instructed? Activity Elements Faculty Feedback |Two Annotated Bibliography entries that follow guidelines and | | |resources | ......
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...Annotated bibliography * Lilienfeld, S. O., Waldman, I. D., Landfield, K., Watts, A. L., Rubenzer, S., & Faschingbauer, T. R. (2012). Fearless dominance and the U.S. presidency: Implications of psychopathic personality traits for successful and unsuccessful political leadership. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 103(3), 489-505.http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com.library.gcu.edu:2048/login.aspx?direct=true&db=a9h&AN=79301650&site=ehost-live&scope=site This article emphasizes on few elements of psychopathic personality which have strong influence on job performance and leadership. For this research a standardized psychological assessment methods was used by 121 experts. These experts rated the personalities and measured Psychopathy, and Covariates of all presidents from George Washington to George W. Bush. Further analysis was conducted by evaluating these ratings with job performance information collected in two surveys that include 2009 C-Span poll of 62 presidential historians and a 2010 Siena College survey of 238 historians. A paragraph should begin here as the topic shifts to major findings. Major findings from this research state that American president’s shows higher degree of psychopathic behavior in comparison to general population. Major finding from the paper shows that Teddy Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy were the most fearless dominant presidents in US. It also highlights on importance of luck,......
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...ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY Catlett, S., & Lovan, S. (2011). Being a good nurse and doing the right thing: a replication study. Nursing Ethics, 18(1), 54-63. doi: 10.1177/0969733010386162 The authors of this article were one Shelia Catlett of Western Kentucky University and Fairview Community Clinic, USA and one Sherry R Lovan also from Western Kentucky University, USA. Both authors conducted a qualitative research study, which was also a replication of a study published in 2002, investigating the qualities of a good nurse and the role ethics plays in decision making. Ethics refers to the moral code for nursing and is based on obligation to service and respect for human life. Ethical Knowledge occurs as moral dilemmas arise in situations of ambiguity and uncertainty, and when consequences are difficult to predict (McEwen Wills, 2011). Ethics in nursing is used to guide and direct nurses conduct and practices. It requires experiential of social values and ethical reasoning. Its main focus is on matters of obligation, what ought to be done, what is right, wrong and responsible. The study implemented modification related to the research questions, sample selection, data collection and Atlas.ti software for qualitative data for the purpose of providing ease of coding, viewing, mapping and storing the data for retrieval analysis. The main focus of this replication study was to understand what it means to be a good nurse and do the right thing. This research......
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...Annotated Bibliography Douphrate, D. I., Hagevoort, G. R., Nonnenmann, M. W., Lunner Kolstrup, C., Reynolds, S. J., Jakob, M., & Kinsel, M. (2013). The Dairy Industry: A Brief Description of Production Practices, Trends, and Farm Characteristics Around the World. Journal Of Agromedicine, 18(3), 187-197. doi:10.1080/1059924X.2013.796901 “The global dairy industry is composed of a multitude of countries with unique production practices and consumer markets. The global average number of cows per farm is about 1–2 cows; however, as a farm business model transitions from sustenance to market production, the average herd size, and subsequent labor force increases. Dairy production is unique as an agricultural commodity because milk is produced daily, for 365 days per year. With the introduction of new technology such as the milking parlor, the global industry trend is one of increasing farm sizes. The farm sizes are the largest in the United States; however, the European Union produces the most milk compared with other global producers. Dairy production is essential for economic development and sustainable communities in rural areas. However, the required capital investment and availability of local markets and labor are continued challenges. Due to farm expansion, international producers are faced with new challenges related to assuring food safety and a safe working environment for their workforce. These challenges exist in addition to the cultural and language barriers......
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...Annotated Bibliographies Annotated bibliographies describe, give publication information for, and sometimes evaluate each work on a list of sources. When we do research, we may consult annotated bibliographies to evaluate potential sources. In this course, you will also be assigned to create annotated bibliographies to weigh the potential usefulness of your sources and to document your search efforts so that your instructor can access your ability to find, describe, and evaluate sources. There are tow kinds of annotations, descriptive and evaluative; both may be brief, consisting only of phrases, or more formal, consisting of sentences and paragraphs. For the purpose of this class we will be using the more formal style, since we are using this writing to fulfill your writing requirement Evaluative Annotations Key Features in Annotated Bibliographies A statement of scope. You need a brief introductory statement to explain what you’re covering with your particular topic with several paragraphs announcing your purposes for the topic and the bibliography. (5 points) Complete bibliographic information. Provide all the information about the source following current MLA documentation. This individual entry information should be exactly like that provided on your Works Cited page. This is information is provided so that your readers or other researchers will be able to easily find each source. (5 points) Credentials of the Author. Explain why this author or writer......
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...Are Baby Boomers Redefining Old Age? An Annotated Bibliography Critical Preface In January, 2008, the oldest baby boomer turned 62; old enough to collect social security. Although I am a late baby boomer, born in 1960, I wasn’t aware of the impact the baby boomers, (the more than 78 million people born between 1946 and 1964), have had on how our society looks at old age. For this research project, I have sought to determine if baby boomers have, indeed, redefined old age. Specifically, I am looking to answer the following questions: If baby boomers are redefining old age, how are they doing so? What do baby boomers intend to do with their time? What events have caused the desire to redefine old age? How will this affect other generations? Are baby boomers financially prepared for a longer lifespan? In answering these questions I hope to find out if baby boomers are truly redefining old age or if they are just surviving hardships caused by or resulting from their past. This research was conducted from May 2 through May 4, 2009. The resources contained in the bibliography are: 4 articles from popular magazines, 1 article from a scholarly journal, and 2 radio broadcasts. These sources show how/if baby boomers are redefining old age, what events have caused this desire, and what affects redefining old age will have on other generations. One article in particular that has helped me to answer the main question is the article by Barbara Wickens that shows how past......
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