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Abortion Procedures in Abort73 - The American culture is addicted to and repulsed by graphic violence. Ratings soar on news stations when a mass murder occurs. People speak of how terrible it is, and yet, their eyes are fastened to the television set. The author, who will be referred to as ‘Abort73’, uses this disgust of mass death to support the idea that abortion and the procedures used, are evil. For many, abortion is a political issue only, not a moral issue of high importance. Like most political issues, it is clouded in partisan debates and logical fallacies....   [tags: procedures, fetus, advocates]
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Procedures Expectant Mothers Can Follow to Avoid a C-Section - Many expecting mothers today do not know the risk factor associated with C-Section. They tend to follow the instructions giving to them by their doctors without researching other options. This handbook provides information on procedures expectant mothers can follow to avoid getting a C- section when it is time for them to give birth. The purpose of this handbook is to advise expectant mothers to avoid getting a C- section when it is time for them to give birth. In addition, the report discusses what a C-section is and the risk factors associated with it....   [tags: giving birth procedures] 900 words
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The Procedures of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) System - Hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) system is the holistic procedures of preventing food from physical, chemical, and biological hazards. These procedures must be followed and obligated by the authorities such as food manufacturers, HACCP team and government auditing agencies. HACCP team is a group of four to six personnel that are responsible in the implementation, performance and enforcement of HACCP system in a food manufacturing company. They are trained in HACCP approach (Mortimore & Wallace, 2001)....   [tags: food manufacturer's procedures, hazard prevention]
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Assessment Procedures for Professional Hires - Traditionally when a job is advertised the specification has been formulated in line with one of two main concepts, person specification, stating the desired personal characteristics for the role or job description, which details the specifics of the role itself (Casio & Aguinis 2011) but it has been argued that with the rise of psychometric testing and an increasing focus on personality and behaviours, job advertisements need to evolve and incorporate the two (Cook and Cripps 2005). This is done through the process of job analysis....   [tags: Assessment Procedures for Professional Hires]
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A Comparison of Veterinary Procedures and Human Procedures - Animals are amazing creatures. They are unable to communicate as humans do, they cannot tell us in words what they need or want. Even though animals and humans have their differences we are all alike in many ways. Surgical procedures are required for both species; lacerations in the skin need to be stitched up, mothers need help delivering babies, and the prevention of unwanted pregnancies becomes necessary. Cesarean Section is a surgical procedure in which the abdomen and uterus are surgically opened to deliver the unborn babies and puppies....   [tags: compare contrast]
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Policies and Procedures for Science and Technology - Policies and Procedures for Science and Technology Policies and procedures can quickly become out-of-date if an effective policy coordination function is not coupled. The creation of science and technology policy and procedure is to response for the documentation, maintenance, distribution of policy records, and up-to-date procedures along with providing guidance in collecting and preparing documents, even on criminal investigation and prosecutions. Documenting, policies, procedures, and delegations should enable efforts in criminal investigation and prosecution by addressing a number of key points: ease of access, cost effectiveness, responsiveness, and accountability (University of Califor...   [tags: Science]
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Policies and Procedures in Nursing Practice - Policies and Procedures in Nursing Practice Policies and procedures in nursing practice are important for nurses to perform and to deliver quality of care and patient safety. Policies and procedures help nurses to prevent errors and carry out procedures safely to the patients. It also brings uniformity in following organizational guidelines. Policies and procedures are designed to influence and determine major decisions and actions, and activities that take place within the boundaries set by them....   [tags: Nursing ]
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Courtroom Procedures and the Role of the Prosecution - During a trial, there are many rules, procedures, and codes of conduct that must be observed. These are in place to allow a trial to proceed more efficiently and fairly for both the defense and prosecution. According to one author, “Police, prosecutors, and criminal court Judges see too much crime, so they tend to see crime everywhere. We need rules to control their conduct, Judges to carefully apply those rules, and other Judges to review those decisions (law-article.net).” Courtroom procedures are important because, without them, defendants and prosecution alike could be treated unfairly....   [tags: police, prosecutors, criminals]
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The Concept of Ideation: Steps and Procedures - The development of innovative products always arises from different steps and procedures. One of these procedures is ideation. What is ideation. The term ideation could be elucidated as the process of relating and forming new ideas by conceiving, generating, and implementing them (ideas). It is crucial to point out that it comprises of a several stages of intellectual cycles such as innovation, development, and actualization. According to (Cooper and Edgett, 2008), brainstorming is one of the best techniques of ideation because it provides a variety of ideas....   [tags: development of innovative products] 587 words
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Procedures in the Criminal Justice System - “The criminal process is part of the State’s response to crime, part of the mechanism which the State applies substantive criminal law to its citizens”. (Ashworth & Redmayne, 2005, p.2) Within this essay, I will be looking at the procedures in the Criminal Justice System. Before laying the foundations of this work, I will briefly dedicate a few lines on what the Criminal Justice System is about. A Criminal Justice System is a set of legal and social establishments for carrying out the criminal law in agreement with a definite set of procedural regulations and restrictions....   [tags: Criminal Justice ]
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Dangers of Fear of Medical Procedures - According to the Oxford Dictionary, a phobia is an extreme or irrational fear towards something. Phobias are normally compared to ‘fears’. Usually fear is a normal part of life, as there are many things in life that seem to cause persons a slight sense of irritability, such as, insects, thieves, or even having operations. It is theorized that most people have a certain level of ‘sensible’ anxiety when faced with the vision of a medical treatment, especially when it might be ‘invasive’. Most humans show a tendency to be squeamish at the sight of blood, for instance....   [tags: phobia, heath, diagnosing ] 635 words
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A Diversity of Dental Procedures - Implant Procedures [Implants are used to give a strong foundation to the new teeth/tooth. It requires a long procedure to get fixed. They require same care as of the natural tooth.] Prosthodontics Fixed &Removable Denture [A set of false teeth are called dentures. Dentures are used to replace the missing tooth/teeth. Dentures are chosen when the bridges fail in the task of replacing the missing tooth.] Dentures are of different types. It can be made of acrylic, fibreglass, metal or a combination of any of these materials....   [tags: implants, prosthodontics, bridges, dental crowns] 1000 words
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MCF Advisors Standards and Procedures - Standards and Procedures: MCF Advisors exist to promote the development of nonprofit organizations and to assist in the growth and development of new nonprofit organizations that are recently developed in the community. We strive to develop ethics standards that exceed the expectations of our clients and investors. Employees of MCF Advisors lead nonprofit organizations in a positive direction. We recognize our responsibility to protect the sensitive information acquired in this line of work. Our clients and the employees of MCF Advisors follow strict guidelines when it comes to ethical practices....   [tags: Business Management] 1237 words
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Disaster Response and Evacuation Procedures - Disaster Response and Evacuation Procedures 1. Introduction When surface transportation system is effective, possibilities of responding to natural disasters such as terrorist attacks or other catastrophic events becomes high. Disaster Response and Evacuation (DRE) implements the intelligent transportation systems (ITS) to improve the effectiveness of transportation systems so that response and recovery to disasters is enhanced. This involves eases of access to the scene of disaster by professionally trained personnel, provision of better information regarding the transportation system in the area of disaster, provides a more effective, safer means of evacuation for the general public if ne...   [tags: Natural Disasters, Terrorist Attacks, Catastrophy]
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Risks of Cardiac Surgical Procedures - Maintaining adequate levels of cerebral perfusion during cardiac surgical procedures is of utmost importance in achieving positive neurologic outcomes and minimizing length of hospital stay. Because cardiac surgical interventions ranging from major aortic arch reconstruction to coronary artery bypass grafting (CABG) each carry their own inherent risk for developing perioperative strokes, transcranial near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is an interesting technique that may shed light on hypoperfusion events and decrease the overall incidence of stroke (4, 13)....   [tags: cerebral perfusion, nirs, oximetry ] 2250 words
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Common Surgical Procedures: Cholestectomy - A cholecystectomy is a common surgical procedure for patients in the hospital as well as a surgical treatment for patients with calculus or acalculus cholecystitis. This surgery usually requires less than 24 hours of hospital stay postoperatively. Nurses’ postoperative care for the patients is frequently anesthetic recovery and analgesic management. Certain factors regarding care and treatment can improve the patient’s health outcomes. Two types of surgeries may be performed for a cholecystectomy with each having their own benefits and disadvantages which can affect the health results of the patient....   [tags: treatment for patients with calculus]
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Procedures for Treating Ulcers - There are several forms of treatment procedures for pressure ulcers, such as, changing positions and using dressings to reduce any pressure on the skin. In some cases, when the ulcer is at its worst, surgery may be required. Changing position, also known as bed rolling, is a common form of treatment. This is something that can be done at home, to avoid placing unwarranted pressure on the areas that are vulnerable to ulcer formation. In addition, regular movements also prevent pressure ulcers from developing....   [tags: dressings, bacteria, surgery] 693 words
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Teaching Procedures - Continuity and progression, in the context of education, refer to the ways in which pupils' understanding builds and develops during their time in School. Cohen et al. (2010, pag 134) defines continuity as "an important educational principle, arguing that the curriculum that is planned must build on prior curricular experiences that the students have had." This requires the teacher to assess where the student is in intellectual development, knowledge, skills, organisation and so, in order that subsequent plan can stretch the pupil instead of rendering the learning boring or impossible....   [tags: continuity, progression, education]
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Due Process Procedures - The law of due process simply mean educators accused of something have protection. The protection should be fair and reasonable to balance social concern such as government affair and criminal behavior. The employee rights originated from state and federal constitutional provisions, statues, and regulations. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 protects educators employed in private or public schools (Oliva, 2009). In addition, the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment protects educators from discrimination; amended in 1972 to include educational institutions (Dhanoa and Kleiner, 2000)....   [tags: Justice System ]
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Data Analysis Procedures - 2.4 Data Analysis Procedures Data analysis is the process of bringing order, structure and meaning to the mass of collected data. It is described as messy, ambiguous, time-consuming, creative, and fascinating process but does not proceed in a linear fashion (Marshall and Rossman 1989, p. 112). Data in this study will be analysed using a qualitative content analysis procedure. Hsieh and Shannon (2005, p. 1278) defined qualitative content analysis as a research method for subjective interpretation of the content of text data through systematic classification process of coding and identifying themes or patterns....   [tags: Research Analysis ] 920 words
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Standard Operating Procedure for a Mercury Sphygmomanometer - Standard Operating Procedure for a mercury sphygmomanometer May 20, 2014 Table of Contents 1. Purpose…………………………………………………………3 2. Applicability/Scope…………………………………………… 3 3. Summary of Procedures……………………………………….3 4. Definitions.……………………………………………………. 3 5. Personnel qualifications/Responsibilities.……………….…….3 6. Procedure 6.1. Operation………….……………………………………..4 6.2. Maintenance……………………………………………..5 7. Precautions 7.1. Accurate measurement 7.1.1. Preparing the patient……………………………5 7.1.2. Surroundings……………………………………6 7.2....   [tags: Purpose, Applicability, Procedures, Definition]
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Understanding the Importance of Policy, Procedures and Protocols - In every department, in every state there is always a policy, procedure and protocol that each and every worker must abide by. You cannot be an officer, working at the highest standard without actually following and understanding the importance of policy, procedure and the protocol. Firstly policies are highly important in this line of work, many people think that being an officer gives you the power to arrest anyone, however they are completely wrong. Before an officer can merely go on duty he must understand the policies so when he does go on duty he does not break the policy and get himself/herself in a lot of trouble....   [tags: police, work ethics, supervisors] 531 words
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Possible Locations for Ultrasound Procedures, A list - General description: A noninvasive, diagnostic procedure that does not use radiation and does not harm the patient. With an ultrasound you are able to determine any abnormalities or use it a diagnostic tool. For each of the locations below there are certain guidelines for each. As mentioned above an ultrasound uses no radiation, which is a huge benefit to the patient. Listed below each of the locations are the interfering factors. Locations There are several different locations of ultrasound procedures....   [tags: arteries, patient, placement] 707 words
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Scotland: Legislation, Policies and Procedures in the Workplace - Legislation, policies and procedures in the workplace are designed to ensure the health and safety of all individuals and employees. They provide a set of rules which should be followed at all times by everyone. This will ensure that the inappropriate actions of one person will not negatively influence someone else in their practice. (Sephton, 2013). When new employees join a firm, they should be informed of all necessary policies and procedures during their induction; so they can operate in a correct, safe and lawful way as soon as their work begins....   [tags: employees, society, confidentiality]
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Traditional Procedures for the Settlement of Indirect Costs - ... Therefore, traditional cosing methods are not capable of accurately determining process costs, and without that full term effectiveness and efficiency implemented actions is simply impossible. Moreover, they “tend to report less accurate costs, because they use cost drivers where no cause-and –effect relationships exist to assign support costs to cost objects”( drury p.253).Traditional procedures for the settlement of indirect costs were for decades the only procedures to assign costs indirect costs to product....   [tags: business, competition, costing systems] 741 words
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Christopher Columbus' Procedures for the New World - The author of this list of procedures is none other than the great Christopher Columbus, an Italian explorer, navigator, and colonizer, who sought new land for the Highnesses of Spain in the year 1492. Christopher completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean that led to general European awareness of the American continents. Columbus was seeking wealth through the establishment of trade routes and colonies, Columbus' theoretical proposal, to reach the East Indies by sailing westward, eventually received the support of the Spanish crown, which saw in it a chance to gain the upper hand over rival powers in the contest for the beneficial spice trade with Asia....   [tags: explorer, settlements, guidelines] 845 words
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Parental Presence during medical procedures - Medical procedures are a common part of life and elicit a great deal of anxiety among people of all ages. Anxiety is defined as a “diffuse apprehension that is vague in nature and is associated with feelings of uncertainty and helplessness” (Townsend, 2009, p. 15). Children experience high levels of procedural anxiety because they do not understand what to expect and they fear the pain they may experience. I was therefore interested in researching whether the presence of parents during painful procedures decreases anxiety in pediatric patients....   [tags: Health Care]
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History And Procedures of Gene Therapy - The History And Procedures of Gene Therapy Abstract: Over the course of history there has been the idea of gene therapy has inspired many great scientists. The history of eugenics is important to the history of gene therapy because it is how gene therapy originated. Eugenics has driven many people to take extreme measures to try and make a “better human race”, this includes the Nazi party and the movement in the 1930’s inspired by Francis Galton. After that, research in eugenics continued and the human genome project sprung from the minds of scientists....   [tags: Biology Medical Biomedical Genetics]
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Rhythmic Procedures and Rudimental Drumming - Rhythmic Procedures and Rudimental Drumming In history, drumming and the use of percussive instruments have had a significant role in people’s lives. Not only do the people who play these instruments enjoy them, but it is said that "there is as much pleasure participating in, as listening to and admiring an expert drummer’s improvisations". The use of drums has been recognized as being able to put people into spiritual trances throughout history. The drum is a musical instrument with great power and presence that gives the "pulse" or backbone to the music it is incorporated with....   [tags: essays papers]
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The Bicep Tendon in Rotator Cuff Repair Procedures - The all too familiar "pop!" immediately followed by weakness, pain, and immobility; the classic signs of a shoulder injury. Many shoulder injuries affect the rotator cuff. "Each year approximately 200,000 American require surgery related to the repair of the rotator cuff" (Yamaguchi). This vast number of surgeries makes shoulder injuries a popular topic in the medical field. Physicians have been researching ways to improve patients' recovery and return their range of motion back to normal. One such improvement is the release of the long head of the biceps tendon....   [tags: Weakness, Pain, Immobility, Shoulder Surgery]
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Summary of Ten Steps of the Billing Process and Procedures - 1. Summary of ten steps of the billing processes and procedures. (explain each process) In addition include: a. Content and use of Registration or Encounter Forms, b. Explanation of Benefits (EOB), and Remittance Advice (RA), c. Advance Beneficiary Notice (ABN), d. Participation Contracts, e. The adjudication process for payers and providers. A. Pre-registering patients: The main function of the first step is to schedule and update appointments as well as gather personal and insurance information about new and existing patients....   [tags: Patient Management ]
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Procedures of American Criminal Trial - Procedures of American Criminal Trial One of the most vaguely understood events in the United States is the modern criminal trial. Most people have a faint knowledge of the goings-on of criminal proceedings, mainly due to what is seen on television, but the person who knows the real course of a trial is rare. However, there is nothing mysterious about the events that determine criminal guilt. Trials are carefully orchestrated, following procedures that have been laid in legal concrete over the years, and generally follow the same basic format across the United States....   [tags: Law Trials Court Essays] 2653 words
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Establishing Procedures for Delivery of Dental Services to Offenders - PURPOSE: To establish procedures for delivery of dental services to offenders. APPLICABILITY: Suffolk, South Bay Department of Corrections (DOC) facility dental clinic. POLICY: A Massachusetts-licensed dentist will provide and/or direct responsive, clinically appropriate emergency and urgent dental care to offenders. Access is accomplished via examination, referral, sick call, security, severity, time of day, staffing and offender cooperation and consent are taken into consideration....   [tags: teeth and gum health and treatment] 2034 words
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Internal Procedures and Information Security for The Bloom Design Corporation - 1. The first essential activity that has to be executed by any corporation to obtain its vital augmentation is to assess its problems. The Bloom Design traffic with issues concerning its internal procedure and design of the upcoming security project’s budget should be the foremost. It is essential that Bloom does not consume copious amount on excess equipment and applications. Prioritizing issues is a fatiguing and time consuming procedure and has to be managed with carefully. Performing a completed assessment will empower us evaluate the ready means....   [tags: IT, network, security policies, disaster recovery]
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Administration and Maintenance of Central Lines, Policy, and Procedures - Introduction I chose to do my project on administration and maintenance of central lines, policy and procedures. I picked out this particular policy and procedure because lately at my job, we have had too many cases of central line mismanagement, most often than not, resulting in infections and citations from state surveyors. A central line, or central venous catheter, is a long, thin flexible tube inserted in the arm or chest through the skin and threaded into a large vein near the heart. These catheters usually last several weeks to several months....   [tags: Medical Science]
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Blood Transfusion as One of the Most Common Hospitals Procedures - The topic chosen is blood transfusion. Blood transfusion is one of the most common procedures that are performed in the hospital setting to save lives and help improve one’s health. People who have serious injuries may need blood transfusions to replace the lost of blood. Some of the injuries are more critical than others and require an enormous amount of blood. In addition, many people have illnesses that prevent their body from making blood properly. Blood circulates in the body providing oxygen and nutrients and collects waste so it can be eliminated by the body; therefore, it is an important factor for everyone’s lives (Lewis Medical surgical nursing)....   [tags: blood bank, rh factor, transfusion medicine]
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Global Issue: Management Uses for Internal Accounting Procedures - Review of the Subject: Our course focuses on the two main objectives of internal accounting procedures. The two objectives, in no particular order, are decision making and control. “Information about firms’ future costs and revenues is not readily available but must be estimated by managers. Organizations must obtain and disseminate the knowledge to make these decisions. (Zimmerman, 2009, p. 2) At the same time employees’ interests are rarely aligned with those of management. While we would like to think our staff finds great satisfaction in helping us meet our goals the reality is that their objectives are not always our own....   [tags: Accounting]
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Australian Universities Should Adopt Online Learning Procedures - ... This implies that the levels of certification offered by the Australian universities be recognized worldwide. This can be best achieved through collaboration with various institutions in other countries and then offer programs as well as certifications through such training institutions. This strategy would increase the presence of the university in various countries hence marketing their programs in regions that accessing may not be easy. The Australian universities should also adopt the online learning procedures....   [tags: international students, expansion] 1028 words
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Procedures, Parameters & Sub-programs - Procedures, Parameters & Sub-Programs In any modern programming language, procedures play a vital role in the construction of any new software. These days, procedures are used instead of the old constructs of GOTO and GOSUB, which have since become obsolete. Procedures provide a number of important features for the modern software engineer:- Programs are easier to write. Procedures save a large amount of time during software development as the programmer only needs to code a procedure once, but can use it a number of times....   [tags: essays research papers] 1016 words
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Safety Policies and Procedures in Schools - Introduction Violence in schools has become a growing epidemic. Hearing of a school shooting where students are gunned down for no apparent reason is a reminder of the seemly increasing national problem of school violence. Dewey Cornell (2010) a clinical psychologist and education professor at the University of Virginia suggest that school shooting in “Columbine High School in Colorado and Virginia Tech has reinforced a perception that schools can be dangerous places” (p.1). Yet, there has been a downward trend in school violence over the past several years....   [tags: Violence, Environment] 1089 words
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Bottom of Basket Procedures - Bottom of Basket Procedures 1. Scan BOB bar code. 2. Check bottom of basket. 3. If there are no items on bottom of basket scan BOB bar code a second time ( this will indicate on the receipt that there are no items on the bottom of the basket ) 4. If there are items on the bottom of the basket then scan all bottom of basket items prior to scanning the BOB bar code a second time. ( this will separate the bottom of basket items on the receipt from the other items ) 5. If a member does not have a wagon treat it as if there were no items on the bottom of basket and scan the BOB bar code twice....   [tags: Papers] 329 words
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Employee Procedures - Employee Procedures The first thing that I have to do in this assignment is to describe the features of a typical contract of employment and then analyse it with my own contract of employment for WH Smiths and say what the differences are between the two. In the second part of this assignment I have to design and make a leaflet for Konrho explaining the responsibilities of the employer including the procedures available to them in upholding there rights....   [tags: Papers] 2208 words
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Laboratory Procedures - Laboratory Procedures Objective: 1. To learn proper safety techniques with laboratory equipment. 2. To learn the names and functions of all items in the lab. 3. To learn to use all lab materials safely and effectively. Procedure: Part 1-The Burner - Familiarize yourself with the gas burner. Recognize all parts and learn how to operate them properly. Learn how to safely light the gas burner, and control the flame. Clean up the lab station when finished. Part 2- Glass Manipulations - Educate yourself on how to properly insert glass tubing into rubber stoppers....   [tags: Papers] 466 words
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Ethical Management Procedures - Ethical Management Procedures Manage There are so many instances in life where ethics play a major role in decisions that we, as humans, make. Ethical decision making processes take place mostly when conclusions are reached that directly effect people, but what are ethics. The Random House-Webster's Dictionary of Modern English defines ethics as: The branch of philosophy dealing with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness of actions and the goodness and badness of motives and ends....   [tags: Papers] 484 words
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Cures, Medication and Procedures of Detecting Glaucoma - Cures, Medication and Procedures of Detecting Glaucoma In the next several pages will be explained the cures, medication, and procedure of detecting glaucoma. The reasons this was wrote on glaucoma, was because I have always wondered why these few people that have glaucoma get to use a illegal drug(marijuana). I also was curious on what glaucoma exactly is and when it could effect me, or any of my family members. Glaucoma is a disease that effects your vision or optic nerves. Most people do not know that they have it until its to late to properly treat it....   [tags: Papers] 1120 words
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Confusion in the Use Procedures of Inhalation Devices - Currently, there are three major types of aerosol generators frequently used in the treatment of airway disease. This includes metered-dose inhalers, dry-powder inhalers and small-volume nebulizers. A variation of the metered-dose inhaler is the breath-actuated MDI (pMDI), designed to synchronize inhalation and actuation. Another category includes holding chambers and spacers, though these are used in combination with metered-dose inhalers to improve effectiveness of the drug being administered....   [tags: dosing, breathing, delivery] 813 words
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Final Project for Criminal Evidence and Procedures - From a trial strategy point of view, you always start with the piece(s) of evidence you believe are most damaging to the client's case and work backwards looking for an exploitable flaw in the search and seizure procedure that would make that or those item(s) inadmissible. The further back in the series of events you can argue a fatal flaw, the more likely that the evidence and any additional materials which flowed from that particular item of evidence will be excluded. This is the practical analysis of all the times we see or hear of law enforcement arguing that there was some technical item which drew their attention and suspicion and justifies their hunch that criminal activity is afoot...   [tags: U.S. Law]
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Internal Review Procedures That Facilitate High Quality Standards in the Organization - 4. Quality Control Corresponds to Technical Evaluation Factor 4 (i) Internal review procedures that facilitate high quality standards in the organization. Einhorn Yaffee Prescott (EYP) integrates quality assurance planning and quality control reviews into a single, pervasive professional culture of Quality Management. Documented in detail in the EYP Quality Management Plan, our procedures recognize that for every project our clients have a unique blend of objec¬tives—and un¬derstanding those objectives is critical to successful project delivery....   [tags: Business Management ] 1626 words
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The Ethics for Internal Auditors in Communicating Inappropriate Financial Procedures to Management - Ethical dilemmas occur every day in the accounting industry. We have witnessed scandals such as Adelphia, Enron, and WorldCom. They demonstrate the extent of unethical practices. The introduction of Sarbanes Oxley Act and stricter accounting standards have definitely helped mitigate unethical acts. Unfortunately, the incorporation of these systems is not sufficient to accomplish ethical business practices. Businesses use internal auditors to help protect their financial reputation. An internal auditor’s role is to assure the organization’s operations are conducted systematically, properly controlled, and with discipline (The Institute of Internal Auditors Research Foundation 3)....   [tags: Ethics ]
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Four Procedures Commonly Used in Refractive Eye Surgery - Four Procedures Commonly Used in Refractive Eye Surgery One of the first things put on in the morning and one of the last things taken off in the evening, glasses and contacts play a large part in the everyday lives of those who depend upon them to see clearly. These two types of corrective lenses allow for clearer vision, but glasses and contacts are also inconvenient. Sports, especially contact sports, are more difficult to play when glasses get in the way or break. For those who can wear them, contacts are an improvement over glasses; wearing contacts for 18 hours a day, however, is not healthy for the contacts or the eyes....   [tags: Eyes Medicine Papers]
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Procedures Used in Social Influence Research and Whether They are Ethical - Procedures Used in Social Influence Research and Whether They are Ethical Psychologists such as Asch, Zimbardo and Milgrim have used various procedures in social influence research. These procedures can be ethically questioned in terms of consent, deception, protection of participants and the right to withdraw. Asch 1951, 1982, and 1956 designed a straightforward task in which participants were presented with two cards. One card displayed a single ‘standard line’ while the other card displayed three ‘comparison lines’....   [tags: Papers] 1334 words
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Profesional Skepticism Related to Auditor´s Performance - 1. Skepticism Relating to Audit Quality. 2. Substantive Analytical Procedures. 3. Management Incentives. 4. NFA´s and PFG. How does the fundamental concept of professional skepticism relate to audit quality. PCAOB standards and oversight emphasize that professional skepticism is fundamental to the role and performance of auditors. The application of professional skepticism throughout the audit is a foundational aspect of audit quality and the integrity of the audit process. Professional skepticism is a key element of a quality audit, meaning not accepting the evidence gathered at face value, continuing to pursue all avenues of inquiry on the topic at hand, critically assessing evidence witho...   [tags: procedures, incentives, ] 592 words
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The Prevention of Contamination in a Laboratory - Contamination in the lab has been discussed multiple times before but remains a major issue in laboratories. The importance of evidence in any criminal case is evident and aids in telling a story of the events that happened at a crime scene. The reliability of DNA evidence to convict or clear an individual has become a major analytical tool in investigations and court presently. DNA analysis is a scientific method for human identification but if the integrity of the evidence comes into question then important information is lost....   [tags: operating procedures]
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Instructing Teens on CPR Procedures - Introduction Basic life support (BLS) is a skill that many people in the community are lacking. Nearly 400,000 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occur annually in the United States (American Heart Association, 2012), and of this 89% of the people die because they did not receive immediate CPR by a bystander (American Heart Association, 2012). In communities throughout Contra Costa County in the state of California, several cities have experienced tragedies of teens that have died due to sudden cardiac death and lack of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) or defibrillator use....   [tags: sudden cardiac death] 1880 words
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Hunting: Principles, Family and How to Obtain a Licence - If you are interested in hunting, there are procedures you have to follow to become a legal hunter. The first thing you need to do is take a hunting safety course. You can find them online. Some places offer them for free, others you have to pay for. You then pick a place, sign up and time to take the course. The class that I took was for a couple a nights a week and one full Saturday. After you have completed the class, you need to pass a test. During the class you will learn the 10 commandments of hunting....   [tags: procedures, policies, safety course]
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