The Lived Experiences of People with Sickle Cell Disease and Acquiring Health care

The Lived Experiences of People with Sickle Cell Disease and Acquiring Health Care Dissertation Proposal Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy Health Services May 2019Abstract People with sickle cell disease (SCD) often face recurring and severe episodes of pain requiring them to frequent emergency rooms for treatment. For many people with SCD employment is not maintainable and episodes can lead to organ failure leaving family members and caretakers the responsibility of making their health care decisions. Research has documented the treatment and evaluation of SCD, but no treatment prevention has been explored. As the SCD population...

The impact of fatigue risk management principles and practices on performance of aviation industry member in Dubai airport

THE IMPACT OF FATIGUE RISK MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES ON PERFORMANCE OF AVIATION INDUSTRY MEMBER IN DUBAI AIRPORT By (Name) Course Tutor City, State Date Acknowledgments The successful completion of this project was a result of assistance, hard work, and guidance from not only my school instructors but also my peers. I highly appreciate their efforts and sacrifices. Importantly, I wish to demonstrate my gratitude to the Almighty God who gave me the strength, and knowledge to complete the project as I had planned. I also express my gratitude to my loving family who gave me overwhelming support throughout the entire project. It is because of the constant encouragement and emotional...

Literature review on Dengue Virus

Student’s Name Professor’s Name Course Date Literature Review on Dengue Virus According to the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk factors report, the occurrence of the dengue virus has amplified with a 610.87% from 1990 to 2013. Over these years, there have been over 390 million cases of the dengue virus reported globally on an annual basis (Stanway et al., 712). South Asia regions account for the largest part of the virus incidences being reported annually. With countries like India, Bangladesh, Indonesia, China, Vietnam, Thailand and Vietnam taking up the largest proportion of dengue fever virus cases being reported. The United States Department of Health and Human Services...

Literature Review

Abstract People cannot live without food. It is responsible for our growth and brain development. However, dieting is important. Today, obesity and being overweight are public concerns. Awareness has been carried out to educate people on the best way to maintain good health. The increase in cases of heart attack, stroke and other cardiovascular diseases has also led to an increase in awareness. Even though, people still do not understand their best diet. In fact, the increase in the number of fast food selling fatty foods demonstrates why people do not watch what they eat and the amount of fat and calories they take. In this regard, this paper reviews pieces of literature on the topic to understand...

Gestational/diabetes in pregnancy

RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE MANAGEMENT OF GESTATIONAL DIABETES AND MATERNAL AND NEONATAL OUTCOMES IN A TERTIARY HEALTH FACILITY IN SOUTH AFRICA By (Name) Course Professor’s Name University City, State Date Research methodology Research methodology is perceived as an approach by which a study problem is solved systematicallyCITATION CRK041 p 1 l 1033 (Kothari, 2004, p. 1). It relies on well-defined data collection and data analysis sections. The data collection and analysis sections are perceived as the most crucial phases of any research since the data collected provides an insight into the decisions made by the researcher. They also present the researcher with...

Gaining rapport in art therapy with the use of a therapy dog

GAINING RAPPORT IN ART THERAPY WITH THE USE OF A THERAPY DOG Abstract Art therapy is a new field emerging in the mental health profession that seems to be increasingly becoming popular in the United States and across the world. The professionals in art therapy handle patients within the therapeutic space of hospitals, schools, rehabilitation, nursing homes, and other medical settings. Earlier research has associated art therapy with many health benefits to the clients including the elderly, adolescents, children, and pediatric patients. Patients use imagery and artistic expression in defining in and out experiences. The application of the creative, expressive model has been found suitable in art...

Development of Low- Fat Fried Fish using protein based Edible Coating

Development of Low- Fat Fried Fish using protein-based Edible Coating Student’s Name Institution’s Name Frying is a commonly used method of food preparation; this is because it is both cost-effective and fast; restaurants prefer this mode of cooking (Bengtson, 2006). Deep frying is not only limited to fish, French fries, and chicken, depending on one’s preference; anything can go into the deep fryer. As much as there are the cost and time aspect attached to deep frying, they come at the expense of the consumer's health. Fried foods are high in calories and Trans fats, they predispose the consumer to heart diseases, diabetes, prostate, and obesity (Stott-Miller, Neuhouser & Stanford,...

Can dogs predict epileptic Seizures?

Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course October 2014 Can Dogs Predict Epileptic Seizures? Table of Contents TOC o "1-3" h z u Abstract PAGEREF _Toc515442150 h 1I.Introduction PAGEREF _Toc515442151 h 2II.Literature Review PAGEREF _Toc515442152 h 3a.Theoretical Review PAGEREF _Toc515442153 h 3b.Critique of the existing literature relevant to the study PAGEREF _Toc515442154 h 4c.Training Seizure-Detection Dogs PAGEREF _Toc515442155 h 6d.Research Gaps PAGEREF _Toc515442156 h 7III.Meta-analysis of Seizure Alert Dogs Research PAGEREF _Toc515442157 h 9a.Obtaining Seizure Dogs PAGEREF _Toc515442158 h 11b.Training Protocol PAGEREF _Toc515442159 h 14c.Training Program PAGEREF _Toc515442160 h...