JAN DISCUSSION PAPER JOURNAL OF ADVANCED NURSING Core measures for developmentally supportive care in neonatal intensive care units: theory, precedence and practice Mary Coughlin, Sharyn Gibbins & Steven Hoath Accepted for publication 17 April 2009 Re-use of this article is permitted in accordance with the Terms and Conditions set out at http://www3.interscience.wiley. com/authorresources/onlineopen.html Correspondence to: M. Coughlin: e-mail: email@example.com Mary Coughlin MS RN Global Clinical Services Manager Children’s Medical Ventures Norwell, Massachusetts, USA Sharyn Gibbins PhD RN Head of Interdisciplinary Research & Evidence Based Practice Sunnybrook Women’s Hospital Toronto, Ontario, Canada Steven Hoath MD Medical Director, Skin Science Institute Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Neonatology Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, Ohio, USA C O U G H L I N M . , G I B B I N S S . & H O A T H S . ( 2 0 0 9 ) Core measures for developmentally supportive care in neonatal intensive care units: theory, precedence and practice.
This course directly correlates with my current position as a Payroll Specialist and Project Manager. As a Payroll Specialist and Project Manager (PSPM) for Expressions of Hue, I am responsible for communicating effectively with customers, co-workers and independent business owners during the bidding process through e-mail, letters, and memos on a daily basis. This memo represents the results of my research and findings as to why tuition reimbursement would be cost effective and efficient for the company. What Are the Advantages? Tuition reimbursement offers several important advantages: • The skills learned and practice during the course will increase the level of productivity at work.
Tuition reimbursement programs provide employees across the United States with a strong incentive to further their education by either paying part or all of the cost. It is estimated that $10 billion is put into the furtherance of employee education every year, and about six million people benefit from tuition reimbursement (Acemoglu & Jorn, 2008). Some organizations make tuition reimbursement available to all employees while others offer tuition reimbursement to employees in specific cadres. Employers set particular conditions for employees wishing to benefit from the program. According to the Benefits USA 2010/2011, 63.7% of employers require that employers continue to work for them for at least 15 months after the completion of their education (Loewenstein & James, 1999).
Post HS/Business Research 1. What are your post-high school career/education plans? College Go to dictionary.com (for definitions) and collegebound.net, college board.org or a specific college website to answer the following questions. 2. Define the following terms using the school/academic related definitions * Tuition: the charge or fee for instruction, as at a private school or a college or university * Housing: any shelter, lodging, or dwelling place.
Journal of Education for Business; Jan/Feb2008, Vol. 83 Issue 3, p147-152, 6p, 1 Chart. Retrieved from http://web.ebscohost.com/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?hid=7&sid=2eb08f08-6338-4b77-9193-45add548c475%40sessionmgr14&vid=2 This article by Smith and Mitry (2008) addresses via analytical inquiry the cost and quality of online teaching in college education. These authors are doctors in their respective fields at National University, and this article was published in a peer-reviewed journal. Using a variety of different scientific tools Smith and Mitry (2008) clearly explain the problems, illuminate the solutions, and discuss, imply, and recommend ways to help online education realize its true potential.
This could mean working long hours, even not taking a much needed vacation. ”A lot of people believe if they do work less they’ll be seen as less committed, and in a shaky economy no one wants that”(Andrew Curry 2). According to Curry people are scared of losing a job because another one is so hard to come by. This in turn makes people feel they have to work long hours or they will be fired or forced to quite but working such long hours can mean losing out on a personal life. A real life example would be my girlfriend Summer who has worked at a restaurant since they opened.
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It has been said that work can cause a lot of stress on everyone, what do you expect when both men and women are working, raising a family and going to school. In previous generations this was not an issue fathers were known as the bread winners and the mothers stayed home to raise the children and do the house work, but that was before the economy got so bad and a lot of people needed two incomes just to make ends meet. Now both mothers and fathers have to work to provide for their family and this has caused the children to suffer, it is a known fact that younger children need their parent(s) around a lot between birth and around age 5 when they start school, so that the parents can care for them and give them the love and support that they need at such a young age. In recent years women have started to rethink when they should have children only because if they have children they are limited to what they can do both at home and work. If they are college students or even if they just want to continue their education or even pursue a new career they would find it very difficult, having a family or even children is difficult.