Arguments for and against abortion make up one of the most emotive debates currently plaguing humanity. On the one side, pro-choice supporters argue that procuring an abortion remains the sole decision of the woman. On the other hand, pro-life supporters see the fetus as a new life that requires an equal chance to develop fully.
Capitalism and Public Good: Power, Order, and Justice             Every society is defined by a specific ideology or a combination of two or more of them. In advanced democracies and economies such as the United States, it is common for a country to be founded on different beliefs or for citizens to hold different ideologies.
End-Stage Renal Disease and Patient Education End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), primarily known as Kidney failure, is the final stage to the chronic kidney disease. During this stage, the kidney does not function normally. Its functionality is below 10 percent. Some common clinical manifestation and complication of kidney failure include Anemia, decreased sex drive, cardiovascular diseases,
The nursing fraternity has juxtaposed itself over time embellishing dynamism in an effort of adapting to the ever-changing medico-social landscape. As such nurses and the medical fraternity in its entirety get exposed to a myriad of challenges in practice. These call for sensitivity from the practitioner in extending their services. Diversity encountered comes in the
A Puerto Rican Woman with Comorbid Addiction In many cases, individuals with substance use addiction are at a high risk of experiencing co-occurring mental conditions, for example, mood disorders. Mental disorders are commonly comorbid in substance and alcohol use. Drug addiction is regarded to be a mental condition as it can alter brain functioning, leading
Leadership in Nursing Leadership in nursing practice is multi-dimensional and multi-faceted. It includes management functions that revolve round training, regulating and decision-making. Combining the above practicum not only guarantees of better patient outcomes but also ensures personal, social and professional development of the nurse within the hospices (Démeh, 2015). For this course, I found leadership
Introduction                                 The American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN) is a professional body which gives license to nurses. There major roles and responsibilities are to define the scope of training and set standards for occupation and environmental health practices. AAOHNs mandate is to promote the health and safety of work and workplace communities, among other
Nurse Leader Interview             The advent of team-based healthcare delivery has radically transformed the healthcare industry. The industry has embraced a more patient-centered system based on the growing body of literature pointing to its effectiveness in achieving positive patient outcomes. The new system comes with the need for teamwork in service delivery. According to Babiker
Healthcare Delivery System of Brazil Introduction After the constitution of 1988, Brazil began to reform its healthcare sector, which holds health as a universal social right and a state responsibility by ensuring conditions for full exercise (Alcântara et al., 2018). Various social and economic changes have occurred in Brazil in the past two decades with
Epidemiological Studies in My Community             According to the latest statistics reported in 2017, infant mortality rate of Miami-Dade County was 5.1 deaths per 1,000 live births. This compared to state’s rate which stood at 6.1 within the same period of reporting. Compared to other counties within the state, Miami-Dade County’s infant mortality rate fell