*  Spinuzzi: Reading :: Networked
Increased personal autonomy (pp.31-34), due to increased work flexibility; falling ... In Chapter 5, "Networked Relationships," they describe communities as fluid personal ... In their personal networks, communities become sparsely knit-most members aren't directly ......
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*  Anarchism (anti-state) legal definition of Anarchism (anti-state)
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*  Kids With Pediatricians Also Getting Care At Clinics - Carbonated.TV
... and personal time," he writes.. Miller said it's hard to know whether the number of ... care at low cost and balance that desire against their own needs for practice autonomy, ......
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*  2016 Fall Fellow: Ranjani Chakraborty & Salvador Muñoz - Culture Push
Salvador's photographic installation series, Untitled (Struggling to Develop Autonomy ... installation examines street harassment as public incidents that have serious personal ... and cultural ramifications, affecting how folks feel about safety and autonomy in public ......
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*  Ordered murder - AikiWeb Aikido Forums
Regardless of their personal motivations, they are put into tough situations and ... they are put into tough situations and essentially give up large parts of their autonomy ... Never let it become personal. If you find yourself in some god-forsaken place, and the ... whether there can be such a noble cause which would persuade me to give up my autonomy in ......
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*  Childhood Trauma : What is Psychological Trauma? | Childhood Trauma Recovery
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*  Velvet Glove, Iron Fist: Latest smoking ban/heart attack study is pure junk...
... who's personal autonomy is now solely in their self entitled care.. The simplistic view ... Blogging in a personal capacity. Author of Selfishness, Greed and Capitalism (2015), The ......
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*  Jade Forest - Limbic System Oversight, or Your Brain on Kids
... and to help them to develop personal autonomy, self efficacy, and good judgement skills. ......
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*  English World 8 - Exam Practice Book
Comprehension activities place an emphasis on students' personal responses and include ... discussion tasks get students thinking about the topic and also promote learner autonomy ......
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*  Secular Pro-Life Perspectives: A pro-life analysis of Obergefell v. Hodges
... to personal choice regarding marriage is inherent in the concept of individual autonomy ... He then turns to the personal stories of some of the plaintiffs: James Obergefell, whose ... liberties extend to certain personal choices central to individual dignity and autonomy, ... including intimate choices that define personal identity and beliefs. See, e.g., ......
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*  .. Patriarchy in Homeschool Culture .. News: Parents Hide Sexual Abuse of Girl For Ten Years .. Pur
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*  Motivations for joining the Special Olympics
... Self determination theory Benefits of participation Parental influence and encouragement. Many studies around the participants of the Special Olympics point to the self-determination theory. 1 Self-determination theory is a theory of motivations. Athletes get involved with the Special Olympics organization in different ways. Most eighty-seven percent join the Special Olympics programs before the age of eighteen, either through a school-based program or a community-based program. Of all the athletes in the United States that participate in the Special Olympics, only three percent make it to compete at the global level; however, thirty-eight percent compete at the state level, and the majority, fifty-two percent, compete at the local or regional level. By having different levels of participation, the Special Olympics are able to include all athletes with intellectual disabilities on a personal level. Many parents stated that their children started in community-based programs with other children in their co...
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*  Strategic Plan Objective: Q5LD Detail
... Projects Home Strategic Plan Objective Detail. Question 5: Long-term Objective D. $296,840.00 Fiscal Year: 2010. New. 5LD. Evaluate at least two strategies or programs to increase the health and safety of people with ASD that simultaneously consider principles of self-determination and personal autonomy by 2015. IACC Recommended Budget: $2,000,000 over 2 years. Download 2010 Question 5: Long-term Objective D projects EXCEL 5 projects found Displaying all projects. Note: Initial Sort is by Principal Investigator. Sorting by other columns is available by clicking on the desired column header. Project Title Principal Investigator Institution. The effects of a bicycle training intervention on health, physical activity, sleep, and community participation in youth with Down syndrome and autism spectrum disorders. Ulrich, Dale. University of Michigan. Randomized trial of safety skills training for children with ASD. Tarbox, Jonathan. Center for Autism and Related Disorders CARD. Safe Signals: Teaching high func...
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*  Strategic Plan Objective: Q5LD Detail
... Projects Home Strategic Plan Objective Detail. Question 5: Long-term Objective D. 5LD. Evaluate at least two strategies or programs to increase the health and safety of people with ASD that simultaneously consider principles of self-determination and personal autonomy by 2015. IACC Recommended Budget: $2,000,000 over 2 years. Download 2010 Question 5: Long-term Objective D projects EXCEL 5 projects found Displaying all projects. Note: Initial Sort is by Principal Investigator. Sorting by other columns is available by clicking on the desired column header. Project Title Principal Investigator Institution. The effects of a bicycle training intervention on health, physical activity, sleep, and community participation in youth with Down syndrome and autism spectrum disorders. University of Michigan. Safe Signals: Teaching high functioning young adults with autism spectrum disorders about community safety behaviors. The Ohio State University Medical Center. Teaching stranger safety skills to children with aut...
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... . RRTCDD. Research. RRTCDD News. Training. Publications. Topics of Interest. Advocacy Resources. ABOUT US. JOIN LISTSERV. Technical Assistance. Worker Health. CONTACT US. +menu. Self Advocacy Publications. Research to Practice Self-Determination Series: Self-Determination and Aging 13/May/2013 Edited by Tamar Heller & Alan Factor Read More... Getting Involved in Research and Training: A Guide for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities 01/Jan/2012 Heller, T., Nelis, T., Collins, S. & Pederson, E.L. 2012 This guide explains to people with disabilities how they can participate in research and training projects, describes what research and training is, and what a participant can do. It also provides examples of projects and of ways to address problems others have had when working on research and training. It was developed by the Rehabilitation Research and Training Center on Aging with Developmental Disabilities and the National Gateway to Self-Determination. It is also on the National Gateway to Self-Determ...
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*  .. Fear .. Quoting Quiverfull: Nation Building? .. Millipede Part 31 – How Did I Get Here Part 2
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*  .. Quoting Quiverfull: Respect Him Anyway? .. Quoting Quiverfull: What Does Mary Pride Believe In B
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*  .. Quoting Quiverfull: Girls Should Marry at 15 Years Old? .. Teenage Brides and Titus 2 Women of t
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*  .. Help For Those With Doubts .. Quoting Quiverfull: Calling in the Media on Social Service? .. 20
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*  .. Saturday News Links – July 6, 2013 .. Fascinating Womanhood Review: The Ideal Woman .. Quoting
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*  .. Quoting Quiverfull: Three Decades of Fertility? .. Fascinating Womanhood Review: Perfect Followe
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*  The Arc | Publications
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*  The DHS Program - Journal Details
... The DHS Program. DHS Experts Social Media News Room Contact Us Employment Directions Who We Are. Survey Types Survey Search Methodology Questionnaires. Privacy of Respondents GIS Dissemination Analysis Capacity Strengthening FAQs What We Do. Countries List Where We Work. Online Tools STATcompiler Mobile App DHS User Forum DHS API IDHS Using Datasets for Analysis Guide to DHS Statistics Download Datasets Data. Publications Search Ordering Publications FAQs Publications. HIV Corner Malaria Corner Gender Corner Youth Corner More Topics Topics. The DHS Program Publications Journal Details. PUBLICATIONS Publications Search By Type By Country By Topic Citing DHS Publications. JOURNAL ARTICLES By Journal By Country By Topic. Women's Autonomy and Timing of Most Recent Sexual Intercourse in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Multi-Country Analysis. Country:. This study explored the relationships between married women's autonomy and the time since most recent sexual intercourse in Ghana, Malawi, Mali, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zimba...
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*  .. Autonomy and Patient’s Rights .. Get Weekly Kindness Reminders! .. Order an Autographed copy o
Autonomy and Patient’s Rights June 24, 2010 by Viki Kind Filed under For Patients Families. Autonomy means that a person makes his own decisions, so it only works with people who have the capacity to make their own decisions. If you have determined that your loved one still has capacity, then this is the correct decision making option. With Autonomy, the person gets to say what should be done to his body. When I went to my doctor to talk about my injured back, my doctor told me what options were available to help me get better. He said I could try physical therapy, have a cortisone injection in my back, or just wait and see if it got better over time. Because I had the ability to think for myself and to make my own decisions, I was able to choose what I wanted to do. I had Autonomy. Here are some of the patients’ rights that come with using autonomy: • Patients have the right to receive all the information they need to make a good decision. • Patients have the right to make their own decisions. • Pati...
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*  Journal IssueCurrent Law Journal Content
journal issue current law journal content washington lee law school current law journal content an index to legal periodicals issues in law medicine volume number fall other issues preface iii cite articles can glucksberg survive lawrence another look at the end of life and personal autonomy yale kamisar p cite physician assisted suicide in oregon a medical perspective herbert hendin and kathleen foley p cite verbatim other people s lives reflections on medicine ethics and euthanasia richard fenigsen p cite abstracts p cite novi libri p cite...
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*  Rod Duncan Macleod
... add/edit. You are here: Scientific Experts Macleod Rod Duncan Macleod. Research Topics euthanasia professional role personal autonomy health personnel palliative care. Rod Duncan Macleod Summary. Publications Assisted or hastened death: the healthcare practitioner's dilemma Rod Duncan Macleod University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia Glob J Health Sci 4:87-98. 2012. Detail Information Publications 1 Assisted or hastened death: the healthcare practitioner's dilemma Rod Duncan Macleod University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia Glob J Health Sci 4:87-98. 2012 ..The dilemmas for healthcare practitioners thus who have competent patients requesting hastened death extends far beyond acting within a country's laws as they go to the very heart of the relationship between the practitioner and patient... Labome.Org 2015 All Rights Researved Princeton, New Jersey 08540, USA last updated: February 24, 2015....
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*  Ingeborg Björkman
... add/edit. You are here: Scientific Experts Sweden Uppsala University Björkman Ingeborg Björkman. Research Topics trust personal autonomy influenza vaccines fear patient acceptance of health care. Ingeborg Björkman Summary Affiliation: Uppsala University Country: Sweden. Publications The Swedish A H1N1 vaccination campaign--why did not all Swedes take the vaccination. Ingeborg Björkman Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Health Services Research, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden Health Policy 109:63-70. 2013. Detail Information Publications 1 The Swedish A H1N1 vaccination campaign--why did not all Swedes take the vaccination. Ingeborg Björkman Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Health Services Research, Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden Health Policy 109:63-70. 2013 ..However, many countries had difficulty in motivating citizens to be vaccinated. To be prepared for future vaccination campaigns, it is important to understand people's reasons for not taking the vaccination.....
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*  Environmental dependency syndrome
... is a syndrome where the affected individual relies on environmental cues in order to accomplish goals or tasks it is a disorder in personal autonomy that is influenced by individual psychological trait s and can be helped through the intervention of other people for example adults diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder have relied on special coaches to provide cues at appropriate times helping them to make decisions about how to prioritize and order tasks references further reading giovannina conchiglia gennaro della rocca dario grossi on a peculiar environmental dependency syndrome in a case with frontal temporal damage zelig like syndrome neurocase feb pmid doi category syndromes...
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*  Anais García Balmaña
... infobox swimmer name anais garcía balmaña image imagesize caption fullname nicknames nationality strokes club collegeteam birth date anais garcia balmaña born september in barcelona is a vision impaired b s swimmer from spain she is the daughter of spanish architect and decorator miguel garcia and catalan independentist when she was born one eye had glaucoma and one eye was detached she competed at the summer paralympics winning a bronze in the x meter medley points relay race she competed at the summer paralympics winning a gold in the meter freestyle and meter freestyle races she competed at the summer paralympics winning a gold in the meter freestyle race she competed at the ibsa world blind swimming championships in she created world records one was in the x meter freestyle s s race another world record was in the meter freestyle s race the third world record was in the x meter medley s s race he is currently the deputy director and head of personal autonomy and adaptation of once the main agency dis...
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*  .. corporate search, GUIs, Autonomy Google and so on.. .. Post navigation .. Share this: .. Like t
corporate search, GUIs, Autonomy Google and so on.. Google will have us believe that search is the holy grail. apologies Dan Brown Nicholas Carr on roughtype comments on Google's attempts to surplant GUIs with search. I don't buy it. Charles, a fellow SAPler has some doubts too. There is a lot of Google myopia at the moment with everyone wondering what will google do next. I'd like to stop thinking about Google and look at enterprise search more generally. If enterprise search is such a big deal, howcome Autonomy isn't making SAP or Oracle kind of money. By all accounts, the technology is brilliant lots of maths PhDs. Autonomy is founded on a unique combination of technologies borne out of research carried out at Cambridge University. Autonomy's strength lies in advanced pattern-matching techniques non-linear adaptive digital signal processing, rooted in the theories of Bayesian Inference and Claude Shannon's Principles of Information, that enable identification of the patterns that naturally occur in text, b...
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*  Adjustable Autonomy for Manufacturing Cell Control Systems
... Wei Zhang. Manufacturing-process control and management often deal with millions of activities. These activities are defined at several levels of abstraction from the machine level concerning specific machining activities to the cell/line level that supports interaction of a group of machines, and more generally to the shop-floor level and then to the supply-chain level. Cell control--which particularly focuses on developing autonomous systems for supporting interactive activities at the cell level--is often most crucial in production. This working note focuses on the study of {\it adjustable autonomy} for cell control. Research is being conducted for achieving efficient and high-quality manufacturing processes with a rich set of functional components including machining control, scheduling and planning, sensing and monitoring, diagnosis and recovery, and simulations and experimentation. This page is copyrighted by AAAI. All rights reserved. Your use of this site constitutes acceptance of all of AAAI's t...
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*  Mary Patricia Tully
... add/edit. You are here: Scientific Experts UK. University of Manchester Tully Mary Patricia Tully. Research Topics pharmacists drug prescriptions medication errors health care quality indicators hospital pharmacy service professional role inpatients hospitals drug utilization workload medical records pharmacopoeias directive counseling handwriting great britain hospital medication systems pharmacies community pharmacy services patient simulation consensus communication barriers hospital administration england drug utilization review professional autonomy public hospitals personnel staffing and scheduling continuity of patient care teaching hospitals medical education. Mary Patricia Tully Summary Affiliation: University of Manchester Country: UK. Publications Did a quality improvement collaborative make stroke care better. A cluster randomized trial Maxine Power Director of Innovation and Improvement Science, Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Stott Lane, Salford, M6 8HD, England Implement Sci 9:40. 2014...
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*  .. Archive for the ‘paternalism’ Category .. Utbildning istället för paternalism .. Klar
Archive for the ‘ paternalism ’ Category Utbildning istället för paternalism à rets Edge-frÃ¥ga är:. What scientific concept would improve everybody’s cognitive toolkit. Gerd Gigerenzer besvarar den pÃ¥ följande sätt :. I believe that the answer to modern crises is not simply more laws, more bureaucracy, or more money, but, first and foremost, more citizens who are risk literate. This can be achieved by cultivating statistical thinking. … Unlike basic literacy, risk literacy requires emotional re-wiring: rejecting comforting paternalism and illusions of certainty, and learning to take responsibility and to live with uncertainty. … Educators and politicians alike should realize that risk literacy is a vital topic for the 21st century. Rather than being nudged into doing what experts believe is right, people should be encouraged and equipped to make informed decisions for themselves. Risk literacy should be taught beginning in elementary school. Let’s dare to know — risks and responsibilities are chanc...
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*  Psych Central - Paternalism not to blame for failure to implement resuscitation policies
... Home Conditions Addictions ADHD Anxiety Panic Autism Bipolar Depression Eating Disorders OCD Parenting Personality Psychotherapy PTSD Relationships Schizophrenia Sleep Stress Something Else... Quizzes News Experts Ask the Therapist Blogs Experts Daily News Research Updates World of Psychology Research Resources Find a clinical Trial Resources Forums Support Groups Find Help Ask the Therapist Drugs Medications Find a Therapist Psychotherapy 101 Forums Support Groups Take a Quiz Mood Tracker Pro. Home Conditions Quizzes Ask the Therapist Drugs Blogs News Research Resources Find Help Psychotherapy 101 Forums Support Groups Pro. Paternalism not to blame for failure to implement resuscitation policies. Barriers to implementing a policy not to attempt resuscitation in acute medical admissions: Prospective, cross sectional study of a successive cohort; BMJ online first. Many seriously ill patients admitted to hospital cannot discuss resuscitation in line with current guidelines, finds a study published online b...
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*  .. Posts Tagged ‘cultural cognition theory’ .. A Situationist Critique of Legal Theory – Abs
Posts Tagged ‘cultural cognition theory’. This Article critiques in particular the behavioral law and economics concepts of “libertarian paternalism” and “asymmetric paternalism,” as well as the concept of “expressive overdeterminism,” recently developed by proponents of “cultural cognition theory.” This project is undertaken as part of a broader effort to develop an alternative approach to legal theory that previous co-authors and I call “critical realism.” The theoretical arguments herein are broad, but this Article aims to also advance obesity epidemic analysis in particular. For those interested, here is a list of related Situationist posts to date: “ Big Calories Come in Small Packages,” “ The Situation of Eating – Part II,” “ The Situation of Eating,” “ The Situation of the Dreaded ‘Freshman 15′,” “ Our Situation Is What We Eat,” “ Social Networks,” “ Common Cause: Combating the Epidemics of Obesity and Evil,” “ The Situation of Fatness = Our ‘Obesogenic’ Society,” â...
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*  The Proximal Tubule
... Reabsorbing All the News You Need - Exchanging Ions and Ideas - Now at www.proximaltubule.com. Monday, May 31, 2004 Paternalism In Medicine - Part III: The War On Drugs. This is Part III of my series "Paternalism in Medicine." See previous installments: Part I: Introduction Part II: Gatekeepers. In my first installment in this series, I argued that physicians should yield their status as gatekeepers for prescription drugs, as it infringes on patients' liberties by requiring permission from doctors to buy life-improving drugs, and the empirical evidence indicates that this policy does not infer any safety to the general population. I alluded to the fact that the gatekeeper status was a leg holding up the table where drug warriors eat - the two policies are hard to justify without the presence of the other. What does the War on Drugs have to do with paternalism in medicine. Well, as I stated in my introduction, paternalism in health matters is not the domain of health professionals alone, but increasingly ...
http://trentmcbride.blogspot.com/2004_05_01_trentmcbride_archive.html
*  AMICOR: Good Doctor
... AMICOR. This Blog AMICOR is a communication instrument of a group of friends primarily interested in health promotion, with a focus on cardiovascular diseases prevention. To contact send a message to achutti@gmail.com To see more information on compliance with the Health On The Net Foundation's initiative HONCode visit http://achutti.blogspot.com. Wednesday, May 14, 2014. Good Doctor. 'Good Doctor' Puts Past Medical Practices Under An Ethical Microscope. The Good Doctor. A Father, a Son, and the Evolution of Medical Ethics. by Barron H. Lerner. Dr. Barron Lerner is a doctor and the son of a doctor. He grew up thinking his father was a wonderful, gifted and caring physician, which he was. But after Lerner started studying bioethics, he began questioning some of his father's practices practices which were typical of many doctors in the '60s. There were times when his father would conceal information from his patient if he thought that was in the patient's best interest; there were times he didn't reveal th...
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« Marc Hauser on the Situation of Morality. Situational Sway ». A Situationist Critique of Legal Theory – Abstract. Posted by The Situationist Staff on October 2, 2008. Sit uationist contributor David Yosifon has recently posted his excellent article, “ Legal Theoretic. Inadequacy and Obesity Epidemic Analysis ” forthcoming 15 George Mason Law Review 2008 on SSRN . Here’s the abstract. * * *. This Article explores crucial analytic and normative limitations in presently dominant and ascendant approaches to legal theory. The approaches’ failure to provide a satisfying framework for analyzing the obesity epidemic presently raging undeterred in American society reveals these limitations. Conventional law and economics scholars writing on the subject have deployed familiar frameworks to reach predictable conclusions that are neither intellectually nor morally justifiable. This Article argues that recent theoretical innovations promulgated within the burgeoning law and behavioralism movement have thus far provided...
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Posts Tagged ‘critical realism’. A Situationist Critique of Legal Theory – Abstract. Posted by The Situationist Staff on October 2, 2008. Sit uationist contributor David Yosifon has recently posted his excellent article, “ Legal Theoretic. Inadequacy and Obesity Epidemic Analysis ” forthcoming 15 George Mason Law Review 2008 on SSRN . Here’s the abstract. * * *. This Article explores crucial analytic and normative limitations in presently dominant and ascendant approaches to legal theory. The approaches’ failure to provide a satisfying framework for analyzing the obesity epidemic presently raging undeterred in American society reveals these limitations. Conventional law and economics scholars writing on the subject have deployed familiar frameworks to reach predictable conclusions that are neither intellectually nor morally justifiable. This Article argues that recent theoretical innovations promulgated within the burgeoning law and behavioralism movement have thus far provided no more reliable a framework f...
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*  Samantha Walker
... add/edit. You are here: Scientific Experts UK. Education for Health Walker Samantha Walker. Research Topics anti allergic agents histamine h1 antagonists hypnotics and sedatives educational measurement task performance and analysis regression analysis great britain case control studies choice behavior decision making paternalism nebulizers and vaporizers primary health care nurses asthma referral and consultation patient participation state medicine psychology quality of life health care surveys quality of health care clinical competence health services needs and demand patient selection nursing methodology research nurse practitioners nursing assessment nurse clinicians life style. Samantha Walker Summary Affiliation: Education for Health Country: UK. Publications Seasonal allergic rhinitis is associated with a detrimental effect on examination performance in United Kingdom teenagers: case-control study Samantha Walker Education for Health, Warwick, United Kingdom J Allergy Clin Immunol 120:381-7. 2007 ...
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*  Article | Obama's Paradox
Obama's Paradox Your browser does not support script. Obama's Paradox. Barack Obama's election as the first black president of the United States confirms the promise of America's core belief "that all men are created equal." The paradox of his election is that it comes at a time when, with the bursting of the subprime mortgage bubble and a stock-market panic, many Americans are tempted to return to paternalist policies that promote a servility that is incompatible with the principle of human equality. Lincoln's "mighty revolution," far from vindicating equality, would backfire, and would "tell immensely in favor of an aristocracy." Disraeli was wrong about the result of the Civil War, but right about the way aristocratic paternalism undermines equality. The age of feudal aristocracy might have been over, Disraeli saw, but that of government aristocracy was just beginning. "The divine right of kings may have been a plea for feeble tyrants," he wrote in 1870, "but the divine right of government is the keystone ...
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*  Demerit good
In economics, a 'demerit good' is a good or service whose consumption is considered unhealthy, degrading, or otherwise socially undesirable due to the perceived negative effects on the consumers themselves. It is over-consumed if left to market forces. Examples of demerit goods include tobacco, alcoholic beverage s, recreational drugs, gambling, junk food and prostitution. Because of the nature of these goods, government s often levy taxes on these goods specifically, sin tax es, in some cases regulating or banning consumption or advertisement of these goods. There is an important conceptual distinction between a demerit good and a negative externality. A negative externality occurs when the consumption of a good has measurable negative consequences on others who do not consume the good themselves. Pollution due, for example, to automobile use is the canonical example of a negative externality. By contrast, a demerit good is viewed as undesirable because its consumption has negative effects upon the consumer....
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(1/930) Legalized physician-assisted suicide in Oregon--the first year's experience.

BACKGROUND AND METHODS: On October 27, 1997, Oregon legalized physician-assisted suicide. We collected data on all terminally ill Oregon residents who received prescriptions for lethal medications under the Oregon Death with Dignity Act and who died in 1998. The data were obtained from physicians' reports, death certificates, and interviews with physicians. We compared persons who took lethal medications prescribed under the act with those who died from similar illnesses but did not receive prescriptions for lethal medications. RESULTS: Information on 23 persons who received prescriptions for lethal medications was reported to the Oregon Health Division; 15 died after taking the lethal medications, 6 died from underlying illnesses, and 2 were alive as of January 1, 1999. The median age of the 15 patients who died after taking lethal medications was 69 years; 8 were male, and all 15 were white. Thirteen of the 15 patients had cancer. The case patients and controls were similar with regard to sex, race, urban or rural residence, level of education, health insurance coverage, and hospice enrollment. No case patients or controls expressed concern about the financial impact of their illness. One case patient and 15 controls expressed concern about inadequate control of pain (P=0.10). The case patients were more likely than the controls to have never married (P=0.04) and were more likely to be concerned about loss of autonomy due to illness (P=0.01) and loss of control of bodily functions (P=0.02). At death, 21 percent of the case patients and 84 percent of the controls were completely disabled (P<0.001). CONCLUSIONS: During the first year of legalized physician-assisted suicide in Oregon, the decision to request and use a prescription for lethal medication was associated with concern about loss of autonomy or control of bodily functions, not with fear of intractable pain or concern about financial loss. In addition, we found that the choice of physician-assisted suicide was not associated with level of education or health insurance coverage.  (+info)

(2/930) Assessment of competence to complete advance directives: validation of a patient centred approach.

OBJECTIVE: To develop a patient centred approach for the assessment of competence to complete advance directives ("living wills") of elderly people with cognitive impairment. DESIGN: Semistructured interviews. SETTING: Oxfordshire. SUBJECTS: 50 elderly volunteers living in the community, and 50 patients with dementia on first referral from primary care. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Psychometric properties of competence assessment. RESULTS: This patient centred approach for assessing competence to complete advance directives can discriminate between elderly persons living in the community and elderly patients with dementia. The procedure has good interrater (r=0.95) and test-retest (r=0.97) reliability. Validity was examined by relating this approach with a global assessment of competence to complete an advance directive made by two of us (both specialising in old age psychiatry). The data were also used to determine the best threshold score for discriminating between those competent and those incompetent to complete an advance directive. CONCLUSION: A patient centred approach to assess competence to complete advance directives can be reliably and validly used in routine clinical practice.  (+info)

(3/930) Slippery slopes in flat countries--a response.

In response to the paper by Keown and Jochemsen in which the latest empirical data concerning euthanasia and other end-of-life decisions in the Netherlands is discussed, this paper discusses three points. The use of euthanasia in cases in which palliative care was a viable alternative may be taken as proof of a slippery slope. However, it could also be interpreted as an indication of a shift towards more autonomy-based end-of-life decisions. The cases of non-voluntary euthanasia are a serious problem in the Netherlands and they are only rarely justifiable. However, they do not prove the existence of a slippery slope. Persuading the physician to bring euthanasia cases to the knowledge of the authorities is a problem of any euthanasia policy. The Dutch notification procedure has recently been changed to reduce the underreporting of cases. However, many questions remain.  (+info)

(4/930) Relationships between various attitudes towards self-determination in health care with special reference to an advance directive.

OBJECTIVES: The subject of patient self-determination in health care has gained broad interest because of the increasing number of incompetent patients. In an attempt to solve the problems related to doctors' decision making in such circumstances, advance directives have been developed. The purpose of this study was to examine relationships between public attitudes towards patient autonomy and advance directives. SUBJECTS AND MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: A stratified random sample of 600 adults in northern Sweden was surveyed by a questionnaire with a response rate of 78.2%. The subjects were asked about their wish for control of their health care, their concerns about health care, their treatment preferences in a life-threatening situation (both reversible and irreversible), and their attitudes towards the application of advance directives. RESULTS: Numerous relationships between various aspects of self-determination in health care (desire for control, fears of over-treatment, and choice of treatment level) in general and advance directives, in particular, were found. Those who wanted to have a say in their health care (about 94%) also mainly supported the use of an advance directive. CONCLUSIONS: The fact that almost 30% of the respondents were undecided concerning their personal use of advance directives points to a lack of knowledge and to the necessity of education of the public on these issues.  (+info)

(5/930) To tell the truth: disclosing the incentives and limits of managed care.

As managed care becomes more prevalent in the United States, concerns have arisen over the business practices of managed care companies. A particular concern is whether patients should be made aware of the financial incentives and treatment limits of their healthcare plan. At present, managed care organizations are not legally required to make such disclosures. However, such disclosures would be advisable for reasons of ethical fidelity, contractual clarity, and practical prudence. Physicians themselves may also have a fiduciary responsibility to discuss incentives and limits with their patients. Once the decision to disclose has been made, the managed care organization must draft a document that explains, clearly and honestly, limits of care in the plan and physician incentives that might restrict the care a patient receives.  (+info)

(6/930) Health outcomes and managed care: discussing the hidden issues.

Too often the debate over health outcomes and managed care has glossed over a series of complex social, political, and ethical issues. Exciting advances in outcomes research have raised hopes for logical medical reform. However, science alone will not optimize our patients' health, since value judgements are necessary and integral parts of attempts to improve health outcomes within managed care organizations. Therefore, to form healthcare policy that is both fair and efficient, we must examine the fundamental values and ethical concerns that are imbedded in our efforts to shape care. We must openly discuss the hidden issues including: (1) trade-offs between standardization of care and provider-patient autonomy; (2) effects of financial incentives on physicians' professionalism; (3) opportunity costs inherent in the design of insurance plans; (4) responsibilities of managed care plans for the health of the public; (5) judicious and valid uses of data systems; and (6) the politics of uncertainty.  (+info)

(7/930) Should we clone human beings? Cloning as a source of tissue for transplantation.

The most publicly justifiable application of human cloning, if there is one at all, is to provide self-compatible cells or tissues for medical use, especially transplantation. Some have argued that this raises no new ethical issues above those raised by any form of embryo experimentation. I argue that this research is less morally problematic than other embryo research. Indeed, it is not merely morally permissible but morally required that we employ cloning to produce embryos or fetuses for the sake of providing cells, tissues or even organs for therapy, followed by abortion of the embryo or fetus.  (+info)

(8/930) Persons and their copies.

Is cloning human beings morally wrong? The basis for the one serious objection to cloning is that, because of what a clone is, clones would have much worse lives than non-clones. I sketch a fragment of moral theory to make sense of the objection. I then outline several ways in which it might be claimed that, because of what a clone is, clones would have much worse lives than non-clones. In particular, I look at various ideas connected with autonomy. I conclude that there is no basis to the claim that, because of what a clone is, clones would have much worse lives than non-clones. I therefore reject the claim that cloning human beings is morally wrong.  (+info)


How much does a personal fitness instructor make and what are the chances of hire?


I'm thinking of becoming a personal fitness instructor. I myself have a trainer to help me get in shape. Since I won't be meeting with my trainer for the time being. What are some good schools to get certify, how much do they make yearly, and what are the chances of getting hired?
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are you looking to become a personal trainer or someone that teaches group fitness classes such as aerobics? if it's the latter don't expect to make much money at all but if you are wanting to become a personal trainer then i will say that the money can be very good depending on if you are.

if you are in the states a few organizations come to mind such as A.C.E which i think stands for American council on exercise.  the I.S.S.A international sports sciences association and if you are up with me in canada Can fit pro is available with many others.

the most important thing you can do is go to as many gyms as you can just to ask them what organization they will accept a certification from but if you're not a good trainer in the gym then it doesn't matter where you got your course from. you simply have to know your stuff but most trainers fail because they themselves don't know proper form when working out and i have seen it from every gym i have been to and i have been in lots of gyms over the past 23 years.


What gym should a personal trainer work for?


This is a question for experienced personal trainers. After researching LA Fitness, Gold's Gym, 24 Hour Fitness and such, it seems that 70% of the job is sales. Also the pay looks to be borderline minimum wage. Is this true? Not going to get a PT Cert to be a miserably paid salesman, so do you work for a gym that is purely based on personal training? Or is being an independent trainer the real way to go?
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Up to you, i work out at a smallish gym near my home, and i know the personal trainers are sometimes the only people there running it are the personal trainers although they usually have a client and just leave up a sign saying go to back office if you need assistance and they just keep an eye on it. Again not a personal trainer myself, but i'd say best bet is to try being an independent trainer however if you struggle for business etc then move on to work for a gym. However you could do the reverse which would help build up a client base, as if long as your charming and people find your really helping them then they will be reluctant to change trainer


How do you become personal trainer and how much do you make?


I am interested in becoming a personal trainer. What do you need to do and how much can you make. Is it a job you can do full time or is it more like a part time job?
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Youll have to go to a bigger health club that certifies their own trainers. 24hr fitness and LA Fitness certify their own. The independant places make you already have a license. Personal trainers get paid peanuts, especiially starting out. For example, if you work at 24 and train a new client, the client pays 24hr fitness aproox $75 for an hour session...24hr pays you $15 of that. The hourly rate is usually min wage because its seen as a commision job. If you like money, PT isnt for you. If you like having fun and meeting tons of hoes, PT is teh greatest job ever.


When you become a personal trainer, how do gyms hire you and set when you work?


Thinking of being a personal trainer parttime for a while, training to get certified soon.
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Strats,

I wish you the best of luck of becoming a personal trainer. The way it works, lets pretend you are getting a job at Bally's.

You will get a base hourly rate of $xx.xx per hour. When you meet with members, you will typically give them a free work out which will last typically about an hour. Once you do that, you then offer your services which will range between $50 - $2500 for XX amount of sessions. I have several friends who are personal trainers and make great money but they also work a lot of hours.

You pay the gym a percentage of your fees.

-Buzzy


How would you characterize your personal health, the extent to which you work to maintain it?


What impact does the personal health habits of the President have on job performance, national health care issue?
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I found a good website about your problem. I can recommend it as a good site. They can tell about your question. I also learned many things about Personal Care form that site. Thank you.


What is the difference between all the personal training certification companies?


I am looking to become a personal trainer for some extra money, however I can't figure out which certification to go with. Between NASM, ACE, AFPA and all these other companies I don't know which to go with and why? Who is the best? Does it make a difference which certification I have?

I wish there was just one company, this is confusing. If it helps, I live in NJ.
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Everyone has something different to offer but personal training is geared for nutritional lifestyles, weight-loss, toning and maintenance. You want to look at the results of the members and how the program makes you feel.  I recommend MMAXOUT,  www.mmaxout.com  or email for more information at mmaxout@live.com


How much on average does a personal fitness instructor make an hour?


I was thinking about becoming a personal 1 on 1 fitness instructor that teaches private classes. How much does a private fitness instructor make an hour?
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http://www.starting-a-personal-training-business.com/average-personal-trainer-salary.html
if by personal fitness instructor you mean like personal trainer than that site could probably help u. alot say like $75 an hr $40 half hr
that ain't bad plus you'd be fit urself win-win deal 2 me lolz


What are the things that define a personal trainer?


For a job, I want to be a personal trainer...regarding people that actually ARE personal trainers, here it is...

1) What defines a personal trainer?
2) Do they work out with their client?
3) Is there any tips for becoming a personal trainer?

and the last one, is sorta off topic, but it would be really helpful if you could answer this

4) What are the different types of weightlifting that can be trained by people?
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1) A personal trainer can be defined by things like level of training(a good trainer is always learning), personality, commitment, skill, own fitness, etc.
2) No. They're there to watch and support the client keeping an eye out to make sure there are no chances for injury and the client is getting the most effective workout.
3) You need to go to school and get certified to become a personal trainer. 
4) I'm not sure what you're asking because there aren't really different types. They can help train someone for size and strength, or help someone who's rehabilitating from an injury. They're trained to work with machines, dumbbells, etc.