Appling Herritage Assessment In Evaluating The Needs Of The Whole Person

  • Training Needs Assessment

    Training Needs Assessment Inspector General Team The Headquarters AMC Inspector General has a team of 83 inspectors who go from base to base performing inspections to give the AMC Commander an idea of each wings compliance and readiness. The team performs many types of inspections; however, the two largest inspections are the Operational Readiness Inspection (ORI) and the Compliance Inspection (CI). During an ORI, airmen undergo evaluations that measure the ability of their unit to perform in

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  • Discussing the Role of Organization Analysis, Person Analysis, and Task Analysis in Needs Assessment

    Discussing the role of organization analysis, person analysis, and task analysis in Needs Assessment Needs assessment helps determine whether training is necessary. There are often pressure points that may suggest that training is necessary. A needs assessment usually involves organizational analysis, person analysis, and task analysis. Needs assessment answers three questions: Organization – What is the context in which training will occur? Person – Who needs training? Task – What subjects should

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  • Needs Assessment in Long Term Care

    Purpose and Goal of Needs Assessment 1. What is the general perception of happiness in the nursing home? 2. What special programs are in place to create a sense of community and belonging? 3. Does the staff members appear happy with their jobs or do they view their job and the patients as burdens? 4. What is the access to transportation outside of the home? 5. Dose any of the staff have specific certifications or unique skills which make them more of an asset to the community

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  • Training Needs Assessment Paper

    Training Needs Assessment for Chicago Transit Authority By Tammi Adams Table of Contents Executive Summary___________________________________________________ 3 Background of CTA___________________________________________________ 4 Needs Assessment Design, Implementation and Analysis_____________________5 Recommended Training Strategy and Design______________________________6 Cost/Benefit Analysis__________________________________________________ 8 Training Evaluation Plan_______________________________________________9

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  • Health Needs Assessment, Practice Population

    Health Needs Assessment: Practice Population BSc (Hons) Specialist Practitioner Community Nursing Word Count: 3836 Pages:17 Public health is a multifactorial approach to the health of the population and is concerned primarily with the promotion of health (Naidoo and Wills 2000). Wanless (2004) defines it as ‘The science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting health through the organised efforts and informed choices of society, organisations

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  • Needs Assessment

    could mean becoming displaced and homeless or incarceration. We need to be supportive of the families and help them learn to cope so as to become the major caregiver of their loved ones. This paper outlines the important role of family, the impact of mental health and addiction problems on families, the needs of families, and the benefits they have in care provision and decision-making. It will state the importance of the needs for a support group in which the family members can become the greatest

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  • Assessment Process and Needs Statement

    Assessment Process and Needs Problem Statement BSHS/452 Assessment Process and Needs Problem Statement The population Team C’s community organization, Human Services Association, serves is families, children, and the elderly. The population is in Bell Gardens, CA. The need is evident every day. The children do not have proper daycare and are home alone although their parents work. The cost of daycare is more than low income families can afford. The elderly are home alone without

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  • Spiritual Needs Assessment

    Ludwig Alvarado HLT-302 02/27/14 Andre Mooney Spiritual need assessment I believe that in order to assess someone’s spirituality, we as healthcare professionals need to be aware and comfortable with our own spirituality. This gives us the opportunity to care for our patients needs and develop a positive relationship with them. A spiritual assessment is an important first step and a valuable part of the healthcare process, as it incorporates consideration of a patient’s spirituality into

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  • Assessment and Need Paper

    Assessment Process and Need Statement Introduction of Need The House of Ruth is a non-profit organization that is a safe and supportive organization. The organization provides temporary refuge for battered women and children that are in danger of or at risk of homicide (hruth.org). The recovery process begins immediately once the victim enters the facility. The main goal for the client is to become psychologically and financially independent. The women are given the tools and services to work

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  • Training Needs and Assessment

    Mid-Guard University Training Needs and Assessments Lamaas Lattimore-EL DeVry University MGMT-410 – Human Resource Management Instructor Quovella Maeweather-Spruill November 9, 2012 There was a major board meeting at Mid-Guard University. Internal Audit had just finished there quarterly audit of Accounts Payable and there has been reason for alarm. There appears that policy is not being followed in several of the cases that have been

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  • Herritage Assessment

    I am diagnosed with asthma. I developed with these symptoms when I was five years old. I first reacted when I smelled a flower in my graduation I had a difficult time breathing and also associated with coughing and wheezing. I was immediately taken to the doctor and was given fast acting bronchio dilators and then I felt relieved. I was closely evaluated by the physician and Advair was prescribed it helped me with my exertions and I got relieved with frequent asthma attacks. Today I can do all normal

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  • Evaluating Comprehensive Approaches to Nursing Assessment for an Older Person with Multiple Health Problems

    approaches to nursing assessment for an older person with multiple health problems. The account should reflect on how the multidisciplinary team and other agencies including the family, may contribute to these assessment approaches. Particular attention should be paid to national policies in this area and evidence of best practice. The patient that will be discussed within this assignment is a 70 year old male admitted to hospital following a stroke. Pressure ulcer risk assessments and nutritional risk

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  • Chick-Fil-a Training Needs Assessment and Recommendations Final

    Chick-Fil-A Training and Development Thomas Hunter Clifton Norton Matthew Todd Keller Graduate School of Management Chick-Fil-A Training Needs Assessment And Recommendations Chick-Fil-A opened its first store in Atlanta, Georgia in 1967. It has continued to grow at a steady pace and now has over 1,700 locations across the United States. The popular restaurant has recorded 45 consecutive years of positive sales growth and, “System-wide sales in 2012 reached 4.6 billion.” (Company Fact

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  • Spiritual Needs Assessment

    Spiritual Needs Assessment Grand Canyon University: HLT-310V Chelsea Cameron June 15, 2014 Spirituality Assessment Tool 1. What is your faith or belief? a. Christianity 2. Do you consider yourself to be spiritual or religious? If so, why? a. Yes, because I have faith in a higher being and I believe that higher being is in control. And I believe that we are all her as a result of god’s creation. 3. Are you apart of any religious communities? a. I’m a member of my church, Sandia Presbyterian

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  • Needs Assessment

    Needs Assessment HRM326 June 16, 2014 Needs Assessment Training is an important part for a company and/or an organization. The importance of education is not just with new workers but with managers and supervisors also. Upper management training is just as important for workplace productivity, safety, and satisfaction. Some of the skills that can be improved upper management within a company or organization can be manager communication, employee recognition, and employee motivation.

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  • Cashier Training Need Assessment

    Cashier Training Needs Assessment Food City Beverly Moreno Park University HR421 Corporate Training & Development Taylor, Debbie G. Cashier Training Needs Assessment Food City Food City is a fast and up and coming competitor in the retail grocery business. Established in 2009, the company’s commitment is to provide excellent customer service while providing low cost to the community. Food city wants to offer their employees the support that is needed to encourage growth, skills

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  • Human Services Needs Assessment Worksheet

    University of Phoenix Material Human Services Needs Assessment Worksheet Select three groups from the following list: • People with a mental illness • Homeless individuals • Criminals • People with a mental disability • People with HIV or AIDS • People with a physical disability • Poor individuals • Older adults • Individuals with substance addictions • Survivors of domestic violence • Unemployed individuals Using Ch. 2 of Human Services

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  • Educational Needs Assessment Paper

    Educational Needs Assessment Paper Geneva Young University of Phoenix NUR/588 Professor Jennie Pattison May 12, 2014 Educational Needs Assessment Paper An educational needs assessment is a procedure that identifies training and ranks educational needs in order of priority ((Yuskiewicz, 1975). An educational needs assessment helps the organization to discover the knowledge, skills, and abilities of staff and those needed by the organization to function at a desired level ((Wynne, n.d.).

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  • Herritage Assessment

    Heritage Assessment Culture and diversity is something we cannot avoid in the busy life of society and therefore it has become very important and imminent that we grasp what we can and respect as much as we can back to the community and the patients we see. America has become a melting pot and it has become highly unlikely not to meet anyone with a different culture, religion or ethnicity. In this paper we will discuss the aspects of health maintenance, protection and restoration after assessing

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  • Needs Assessment

    “international express, overland transport, and air freight” (Exel, 2011). Since information technology (IT) continues to change and is the number one source of most companies, the Exel organization should incorporate a needs assessment which involves “the process of evaluating the organization, individual employees, and employees’ tasks to determine what kinds of training, if any are necessary into their organization” (Noe, el.tl.2009) Pg.11. Para.1 For example, the use of computers when implementing

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  • Needs Assessment

    Today’s Date: | | Recap analysis from PART 1 with meeting attendees and continue with following questions: Please describe what the current knowledge gap is and how it was identified? At the end of the training what are the top 5 things employees need to know? * What is it? * How different is it from current plans/service? * How should it be positioned to a customer? * What should the customer experience be? * What is the competitive positioning? * What impacts will their

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  • Herritage Assessment

    Heritage Assessment Grand Canyon University Health care has never been so diverse, not only among patients but also health care providers themselves. In most big metropolitan areas of the US this will only grow and be ever changing. It is imperative that we continue to become culturally aware in our communities to continue to provide competent and safe care. Each individual’s heritage needs to be respected and for that to happen, nurses need to educate themselves with values and beliefs

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  • Needs Assessment Analysis

    number of factors that contribute to employee turnover. One of the reasons why employee turnover is so high is because of our economy. Exit interviews reveal that the most common reason given for leaving is because of the pay they are earning. The need of getting higher paid jobs is important to many. In some cases the difference might be .50 cents or 1.00 dollar but it will be enough for an employee to leave one job for another. When the economy is better the availability of different jobs plays

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  • Informatic Needs Assessment

    Informatics Needs Assessment HCS/482 December 22, 2014 Matthew Taylor Informatics Needs Assessment Electronic charting is the move from paper charting to electronic charting. Soon all hospitals and physician offices will make this transition. When an organization if ready to make this change they should consider a needs assessment and use the recommendations made based on the results of the assessment. The purpose of this paper is to explain how and why a needs assessment must be completed

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  • Human Services Needs Assessment Worksheet

    a hard time finding or keeping a job and end up homeless. Those suffering with mental illness need a place to be treated that does not cause them more harm. Institutions are not set up for those with minor mental health issues and can cause more harm if the patient is not treated appropriately. Those with a mental illness may not be able to properly care for themselves and need and need someone to help them learn basic living skills. If they do not have a caring family member to do this

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  • Needs and Assessment

    Need is an important concept in social work and it is sometimes difficult to define. According to the Oxford dictionary, ‘need is defined as requiring something because it is essential or very important rather than just desirable.’ Doyal and Gough (1991), define need in terms of physical survival and personal autonomy. However, some would argue that there are basic needs for economic and physical security, accommodation, food, clothing and social relationships that must be met in a civilised society

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  • Human Services Assessment Needs

    Children can be endangered because they need adults to care for them. They can experience problems with education, poverty, homelessness, and poor care from parents or guardians. Children need love, care, protection, and guidance from adults. Children can face mental health issues due to environmental problems, or they might have problems related to a mental disability. The needs of children may vary based on specific conditions. Children need physical care and protection from older, abusive

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  • Informaics Needs Assessment

    Informatics Needs Assessment Dawn Harvey HCS 482 March 2, 2015 Diane Delucia Informatics Needs Assessment Needs assessment is the first step in the information systems life cycle. The informatics needs assessment is an essential step in the selection and implementation of an Electronic Health Record. The following paper will address the purpose of a needs assessment and some factors that need to be considered in the needs assessment. Data that needs to be collected and where it can be accessed

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  • Needs Assessment Project

    Needs Assessment Process Dear Sir or Madam, Thank you for looking into the possible needs that can be used at your facility based on my experience as a public health nurse. The steps I would take in order to assess this population are by using the nursing process. “In practice, the assessment, diagnosis, outcomes identification, and planning steps may take several months are an essential precursor to the action phase of the process” (Smith & Bazini-Barakat, 2003, p. 47). This essential

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  • Defining Needs Assessment

    Defining Needs Assessment By: Thomas Ferguson Argosy University Training and Development MGT430 Instructor Martin Dibello November 26, 2014 Defining

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  • Educational Needs Assessment Annotated Bibliography

    Educational Needs Assessment:Annotated Bibliography Akhtar-Danesh, N., Valaitis, R.K., Schofield, R., Underwood, R., Martin-Misener, A., & Kolotylo, C. (2010). A questionnaire for assessing community health nurses' learning needs. Western Journal of Nursing Research, 32(8), 1055-1072. This journal covers the important stages of the Learning needs assessment and how it impacts every educational process that is aimed to inform changes in practice and policy for continuing professional development

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  • Needs Assessment

    Needs assessment A needs assessments is a process for determining the needs of the organization and establish the weaknesses or gaps between current conditions, and the desired conditions. Addressing first, the environmental analysis of the firm where we can understand the economy, and laws behind the environment. Then we move onto the organizational, demographic, operational, and individual analyses. Environmental analysis of the type of organization along with the area in which it has plants

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  • Needs Assessment

    Needs Assessment I. Introduction As a result of our research on sexual violence, its prevalence, and its impact on our society were able to identify a service gap within our local communities. A core nonprofit agency, ContactLifeline, Inc. specifically targets people affected by sexual violence and crisis. We interviewed people in the community, local educators, students, and key staff from ContactLifeline Inc. to gather professional opinions and opinions of our fellow community members

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  • Salesforce.Com Role Play Needs Assessment Outline

    Salesforce.com Role Play Needs Assessment Outline *Schedule* -Make appt -Confirm -24hrs before appt send a follow up email “for tomorrow at such & such time” -Arrive 5 mins early -“Hello Mr. Thompson, I’m Connor from Salesforce.com” -Ask for another appt (Would it be okay to set up a followup meeting? Next week? Morning or afternoon? -Follow up Questions -XX had referred me to you, how do you know XX? -I’d just like to say I know we only have about 10 minutes for our meeting today

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  • Community Health Needs Assessment

    Community Health Needs Assessment During the past year, a focused community health needs assessment was conducted by Trinity Community Hospital. The assessment targeted cancer, orthopedic, and cardiovascular services within the hospital’s primary service region. It utilized information from multiple sources, including epidemiological surveys, state healthcare facilities’ planning guidelines, interviews with physicians and other healthcare professionals, and community focus groups. Following are

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  • Needs Assessment

    Diabetes affects 2.5 million Hispanics, and Type 2 diabetes especially effects young Hispanics. Over the past ten years the rate of obesity among Hispanics has had a two-fold increase. (Health behaviors) My needs assessment was conducted using a survey instrument. The survey was given in February 2015 to undergraduate students at Montclair State University. I distributed surveys to fifteen Montclair State University undergraduate students of Hispanic origin. Individuals completed questionnaires assessing

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  • Needs Assessment Lockheed Martin

    9/27/2014 Marisa Michaels BIQ Needs Assessment Intro I write to you today to inform you of the most crucial issues that Lockheed Martin will be facing this upcoming year. I will inform you with the relevance and significance of these issues. I will also be identifying the key stakeholders

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  • Needs Assessment Article

    What is a “Needs Assessment”? From Wikipedia: “A needs assessment is a systematic process for determining and addressing needs, or "gaps" between current conditions and desired conditions or "wants". The discrepancy between the current condition and wanted condition must be measured to appropriately identify the need.” To us at our facility, this is the basis for project creation and more specifically the creation of training materials. When a department requests our assistance in the creation

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  • Spiritual Needs Assessment

    Spiritual Needs Assessment According to Potter and Perry (2009), one’s awareness of inner self and having a sense of connection to a higher being is the meaning of spirituality. Spirituality is a force that provides a person with intrinsic energy that promotes and enhances their well-being. It also helps a person achieve the balance needed to cultivate a positive life and to cope with everyday life stressors (Potter & Perry, 2009). Florence Nightingale believed that spirituality within a healing

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  • Needs Assessment

    what is needed in the assessments. -Questionnaires: This will be an assessment where they will be anonymous. This will hopefully allow for the people who do not want to come forward to give their input on the subject without being identified. - Interviews: By interviewing people who could possibly be involved and alumni who have taken similar course I should be able to identify areas that need major improvements along with areas that seemed to work well but might need slight improvement.

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  • Informatics Needs Assessment

    Informatics Needs Assessment Marisa Mox HSN/375 February 6, 2016 Suzanne Spradley Informatics Needs Assessment The informatics needs assessment is an essential first step in the selection and implementation of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) for a healthcare workplace. This paper will address the purpose of a needs assessment and factors that need to be considered in the needs assessment. Additionally, this paper will explore the types of data that need to be collected and how and where

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  • It Needs Assessment

    Informatics Needs Assessment Susan Hauck University of Phoenix HCS/482 Health Care Informatics Lynn Bertsch April 4, 2016 Informatics Needs Assessment A needs assessment is simply a systematic approach to assessing how an organization can operate more effectively (Hebda, 2013). Efficiency enhances quality of care and saves money in the long run, but if the wrong Electronic Health Record system is selected it will cost the organization time and money (Carter, 2015). Anyone who is organized

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  • Needs Assessment in Hris

    Benefast Partners indicated that they engaged in a lot of analysis conversations with its colleagues in another office, however looking at the results of the implementation of their system; their needs analysis attempt was inadequate. The analysis stage of the system development life cycle centers on the detailed comparison of the current capabilities of the system, with the desired performance capabilities, resulting in an identification of what is needed to be done, in order to achieve what

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  • Needs Assessment for Quality

    Needs Assessment for Quality Dawn Murray University of Phoenix June 29, 2009 Needs Assessment for Quality In order for a hospital to survive the competition in today’s healthcare world, a hospital must be aware of opportunities to grow and reduce costs and be supported by Total Quality Management Process. The TQM process helps the hospital to create new products, ensure the standards of quality and client satisfaction and deliver improved services. In addition, the TQM process

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  • Project Overview & Technology Organizational Needs Assessment

    Table of Contents Introduction 3 Technology Needs Assessment 3 Problem Statement 8 Project Goals 8 Project Objectives 8 Conclusion 9 References 10 Introduction Kurzweil predicts that “in 2009, while schools are still not on the cutting edge, the profound importance of the computer as a knowledge tool is widely recognized. Computers play a central role in all facets of education, as they do in other spheres of life” (Kurzweil, 1999, p. 276). It is now 2006 and Kurzweil’s

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  • Spritual Need Assessment

    Spiritual Needs Assessment In this World, there are people comes from different cultures who follows different values and beliefs. Mostly all people knows that God is the greatest importance of the whole of making the world, and God is the greatest importance of a person or thing that is influenced or controlled by something and God is the greatest importance of every person. Spirituality in some person is both vision of life and a way of living. Spirituality gives a control or management not only

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  • Spirtual Needs Assessment

    Running head: SPIRITUAL NEEDS ASSESSMENT Module 3: Spiritual Needs Assessment Pamela Hartwell-Cooper Grand Canyon University: HLT 310V Spirituality in Health Care May 6, 2012 Spiritual Needs Assessment The purpose of this paper is to complete an assessment of a chosen individual that will be used to determine their spiritual needs. Spirituality and religion

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  • Spirituality Need Assessment

    head: SPRITUALITY NEED ASSESMENT Spirituality Need Assessment Elsamma Philip Grand Canyon University HLT- 310 V Verree Laughlin June 10, 2012 Spirituality Need Assessment Introduction Numerous studies conducted showed positive correlation between spirituality and treatment outcomes (Oakley, P.T., D.H.Sc, Katz, Sauer, Dent, & Millar, 2010). Therefore spiritual needs of the patient must be meet by the healthcare professional. The spiritual needs of the patient

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  • Community Needs Assessment

    Mississippi Needs Assessment Kana Crumby Liberty University Abstract This paper looks at the history of the state of Mississippi. Mississippi is a poor state with little resources. This paper details the risk factors that lead to poor mental health in the residents of the state as well as areas of weakness in the state. Using statistics from various sources, the author breaks down population data to form a needs assessment and summarize the state’s condition. Mississippi

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  • Learning Needs Assessment

    Learning Needs Assessment Paper Vicky Doss, RN, BSN NUR 588-Developing and Evaluating Educational Programs May 7, 2012 Monie Nuckles, MSN, RN, PhD(c) Learning Needs Assessment Continuing education is of the utmost importance to any organization regardless of type. In order for nurses to remain current and updated within their profession there must be access and motivation to education. Nurses must strive to increase their knowledge base to provide the best and most

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