1 Literature Search: Wrong Site Surgery Yashate Manning Maria Quimba Grand Canyon University: NRS-433V Introduction to Nursing Research October 28, 2012 2 Joint Commission revises universal protocol, clarifies who marks site. (2008). Same-Day Surgery, 32(8), 81.http://library.gcu.edu:2048/login?url=http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=rzh&AN=2009992507&site=ehost-live&scope=site Abstract: Joint Commission has revised the “Universal Protocol for Preventing Wrong Site, Wrong Procedure, and Wrong Person Surgery.” Surgeons don’t have to be the ones who mark the site; however, the site must be marked by someone who is participating in the procedure. The marking must
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I have learned how to evaluate these sources effectively in order for them to support my work. Knowing the motive behind the page and its information will help me judge the credibility of its content in the future. I now know how important it is to use the same evaluation techniques for internet sources as I would for a book or journal article. I have discovered the importance of acknowledging the work of others, and now have a clear understanding of how an online source is used, whether it be scholarly or non scholarly. I now have more confidence in terms of using online literature as a part of an assessment.
There are workshops, tutoring, and online exercises for students who need to refresh their grammar, MLA, or other writing skills. Please ask me about these resources so that you can succeed in this course. Final drafts of essays will be evaluated on the following criteria: *Content and development: Controlling idea, specific support, coherence *Expression: Sentence structure and variety, precise word choices *Organization: Clear and meaningful thesis, transitions, and overall unity *Grammar, mechanics and usage: Standard written English, punctuation, spelling, meaningful title, and identifying of sources A (excellent): This paper demonstrates strength in all of the evaluation criteria listed above. It has a compelling, original, and thoughtful main point that is supported by accurate details, examples, and explanations. The paper is easy to follow because it is clearly organized and has transitional markers.
Book report 4/19/12 AOE “The Black Box” written by Julie Schumacher is a story about one girls struggle through depression. This novel is different from other stories because it is told through the perspective of her sister, Elena. Elena tells the story of her sister Dora’s depression and how it not only affected Dora’s life but the whole family’s life as well. This story takes place in Elena’s home where Dora one day announced that she wishes she was dead and overdosed on pills. Their overprotective mother immediately put Dora in the psych ward at Lorning Hospital.
She was a close friend of several of the other afflicted girls. Mercy Lewis, 17, was a servant in the Putnam house, and Mary Walcott, 17, who was also afflicted, was perhaps Ann's best friend. Ann, Mary, and Mercy were among the first villagers outside of the Parris household to be afflicted. Ann and six other young girls had listened as Tituba, Parris's Indian servant woman, told tales of voodoo and other supernatural events in her native Barbados. The girls also engaged in fortune telling--concerning, for example, matters such as what trade their sweethearts might have.
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The empowerment in openness is knowledge, intelligence, and power being decentralized and spread on a global scale. Openness brings freedom of constant sharing and exchange of information on a global scale. The digital age allows issues to be identified quickly, so that something can be done to correct the problem (Bennis, 2013). Openness also gives new ways of communication giving global advertising and promotion of the organization and it’s
Dewey Dell Bundren Dewey Dell is the only daughter of Addie and Anse Bundren and has a penchant for seduction and flirtation. She is impregnated by Lafe and wants to go to Jefferson to get an abortion in addition to burying her mother. Each time she enters a pharmacy, her penetrating gaze strikes the men working. Dewey Dell is the only daughter of Anse and Addie Bundren, and is seventeen years old, the second youngest of the Bundren children. Her name is a yonic allusion to her archetypal role as the embodiment of female sexuality in the novel Character Analysis Dewey Dell is Addie’s fourth child and only daughter.