In the scenario, Emergency department staff members were likely shaken by this poor outcome of Mr. B., and would be motivated to change to a safer model just to avoid a repeat in the future. Staff members may be reluctant to change because of established habits in patient flow. This reluctance to change would be an identifiable restraining force, which opposes process improvement. Implementing a model which allows for rapid, safe adjustment to increasing acuity would help avoid poor outcomes in the future. Follow-up is
However, from an aesthetic standpoint the additions constituted a major alterationto Moroni's original composition and detracted from its appearance. It was the decision of both conservators and curators that the historic interest of the additions was far outweighed by the aesthetic dictates of the picture. Given that, one course of action might have been to paint out the additions so that the painting would read as the artist intended but the inscription and coat of arms could be uncovered at a later date. We are inevitably subject to the tastes and prejudices of our time, and in this way a decision could be made while leaving options open. However, the subtle handling and the fall of light would have been hard to imitate convincingly, and a further overpainting would have been one more step away from Moroni's original paint.
51. I understand that many researchers think the use of deception in research is necessary because human subjects are sensitive to how others perceive them and how they perceive themselves to be. These researchers believe that this self- consciousness will lead to inaccurate research results. I, however, do not think that researchers should ever use deception when conducting research with humans simply because it is unethical. When intentionally deceiving any participant, you risk harming them because the integrity of the informed consent process is jeopardized.
Kozol addresses his readers so that they may spread awareness on illiteracy and eventually resolve the problem. Questions: 1. These explanations confuse the effects of illiteracy with the causes by saying that laziness is the cause of illiteracy, when in reality illiteracy is the cause of innovativeness, that an illiterate has to adopt, that is seen as laziness and stupidity. Kozol refutes these stereotypes with his examples of just how much illiteracy affects a person showing that they become almost immobilized and isolated by it. In his opinion the nation and it's leaders are at fault for not addressing this problem.
This is self-contradictory in itself. If they believe that studies in the field of architecture or medical science are not intellectually stimulating, or don’t require abstract thought, then it would seem that Andrew and Claudia have failed themselves in the application of their own tenant of “liberate the imagination and stretch one’s intellect.” What do they call it when a physician must think of a new way to perform surgery on a complicated patient, or an architect creating a new building that defies previously held beliefs in what was possible? Some people, such as Andrew and Claudia, have a desire to explore the liberal arts, yet one path of intellectual desire shouldn’t become the educational norm to which all students must adhere. This type of tracking or predestination of a college plan sounds like the polar opposite of “liberating one’s imagination” to me. Andrew and Claudia’s next proposal for
“Renaissance scientists, inventors and engineers made little practical progress” (a) Explain how far sources 1-7 support this interpretation. You may, if you wish, amend the interpretation or suggest a different interpretation. If you do this you must use the sources to support the changes you make. (35) The Renaissance era is highly celebrated in terms of its works of art by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci or Michelangelo, however developments and understanding of science, engineering and remarkable inventions stemmed, forming a new insight into Renaissance developments. In my view, sources 1, 2, 4, 5 and 7 do not support this interpretation; in fact most of them imply the opposite.
Max's story aims to encourage Liesel to be brave and willing to counter words of hatred with words of love; these final lines suggest that others would be willing to follow her if she took such a stand. 10. "I am haunted by humans." (550) The Book Thief is framed by Death's and death's inability to reconcile the remarkable cruelty and the remarkable compassion of which human beings are simultaneously capable. Liesel's life story contains elements of both, and by the end of the novel, Death appears to be no more capable of judging humanity than at the novel's outset.
If one hadn’t developed an appreciation for contemporary art, experiencing his work will have completely changed your view. Quoting Ed Pien, “Some may find my work scary, but I’m hoping that it’s not so dark that people can’t see the work itself… What I’m interested in, is ghosts. Whether they’re real or not, it’s interesting how they impact us. We’re complete opposites, they’re not here, where we are. When we enter their realm, we’re the other.” It’s through his vision and continuous exploration, that one can explore fears, joy, and unsettling thoughts of life and death, history and current society.
pp. 398). Due to the realization that managed care has not been successful in controlling healthcare costs, advocates have begun to speak out for more basic changes “in the hope that they might be able to establish universal coverage in some states” (Blau, 2004. pp. 398). The hope is that the behavior of one state will influence the others.
I think I would have a hard time convincing a judge, or anyone else, that I didn't steal the car. That same reasoning applies to illegal sharing or copying. The challenges presented by the era have forced artists to be innovative in coming up with ways to make the actual CD more valuable. Daniel Ball mentioned that one of the things the Ball Brothers has done is improving their CD inserts: “One thing that we are trying to do to combat that is offer a higher quality cover with more information on the inside. If a