Reflections on Martha Rogers theory of Unitary Human Beings

The first attempts to create the nursing theories were aimed at the most intelligent explanation of the nursing practice to nurses. It occurred long before the emergence of the original discussions about these theories. The starting point of these reflections included the question about the essence of the nursing business. There were several theories, which described the nursing practice as a care for a patient and the ability to satisfy various needs of a patient. These theories can be considered to some extent as the continuation of the Florence Nightingales notes.

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Core Competencies

The roles of advanced care providers consist of numerous competencies, which represent the nature of work and serve as the basis for the profession of advanced care providers. However, the competencies, which are required for performing the roles of different advanced care providers, vary greatly. There are two big groups of advanced care providers direct and indirect.

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Opiate Substitution Therapy in Prison

Opiate substantial therapy in prisons is one of the medical technics used in the USA for curing addicted prisoners who suffer from diseases like HIV, tuberculosis, and others. There are controversial opinions related to the cost-effectiveness of this treatment.

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Republic of Kiribati Gender-Based Violence

Access to comprehensive health care services is vital to the wellbeing of the community. Comprehensive health care involves health promotion, as well as disease and injury prevention.

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Cholesterol and How It May Affect the Heart

Health is one of the most fragile elements in human life which depends on many factors. Heart diseases and high cholesterol levels are the most common health problems which result from an imbalanced diet, smoking, alcohol consumption, or genetic predisposition.

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Integration of Replication Defective Adenoviral Vector in Cytotoxic Immunotherapy

This paper explores the gene-mediated cytotoxic immunotherapy as an adjuvant to standard cancer care. It describes the mechanism for treating cancerous tissues with immunotherapy strategies.

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Untreated Syphilis in the Negro

People are considered curious by nature and always ask questions about various phenomena surrounding them. Studies and researches can help find answers to these questions. Mankind made a substantial step in scientific development with the help of numerous experiments.

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Pediatric Obesity

At present, obesity is one of the most widespread chronic diseases in the world. Obesity is the disease characterized by the broken metabolism, as well as excess accumulation of fatty tissues in an organism. According to the majority of researchers studying this problem, excess consumption of food and insufficient physical activity are the main causes of obesity.

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australian health care system

Australia is one of such countries where white people live with Aborigines and Torres Strait Islander people. The sorest field of discrimination is healthcare system where indigenous and CLAD people receive unprofessional and slow treatment. Hence, indigenous and CLAD people suffer much from racism.

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Homeopathy New Remedies: Do we need them? Can we trust them?

The definition of homeopathy can be etymologically observed as a compound word based on two Greek words, homois and pathos. Homois means “same” or “like”, whereas pathos means “suffering”.

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