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Extractions: The course is designed to introduce the student to the practice, profession and discipline of nursing. A futuristic perspective will provide a framework for discussion of the foundation of contemporary nursing practice within a variety of health care settings. Critical historical influences that affected the development of contemporary nursing will be discussed. Selected trends and issues that will guide future nursing practice will conclude this course. This course is designed as a foundation for clinical nursingpractice in relation to the concepts of communication, safety and comfort. The three concepts will be applied to the application of fundamental nursing care. The basic components of the nursing process are presented as a framework for beginning clinical practice. This is the first part of a two part series of courses focusing on the application of the nursing process in various settings to the adult and older adult experiencing alterations in human functioning. Assessments strategies, diagnostic testing, and pharmacological principles with emphasis on nursing interventions are integrated into the nursing process. Prereq: Completion of Freshman BSN Courses
Extractions: Collaborating Graduate Departments Exercise Science is the graduate program of the Faculty of Physical Education and Health. The unifying theme for research activities in the Exercise Science Program is the influence that physical activity can have on health, and the effect that disease and injury have on physical activity. Research interests of the cardiovascular group include: cardiovascular control during stress, adaptive responses of circulation, angiogenesis, etc. Pharmacology is the study of mechanism of action of drugs and how they act on biological systems from the molecular level to the whole animal situation. Our particular cardiovascular themes of research are heart failure, hypertension, atherosclerosis, etc., with particular emphasis on cardiac and vascular biology. Physiology is an integrating discipline that explores how the body works as a whole to maintain homeostasis in the face of continual internal and external challenges. The main research areas include integrative physiology (cardiovascular, renal, respiratory, etc), neurophysiology, endocrinology and metabolism. Such integration helps students to organize factual details for effective problem solving be it at the submolecular or whole body level. The Department of Public Health Sciences is concerned with improving the health of individuals, communities and societies through excellence in education, research and service. Specifically, this includes the study of 1) the broad determinants of health (population health); 2) individual, community and population based interventions (eg. health promotion); 3) health care reform especially the public health-primary care interface via integrated health delivery systems; and 4) information technology which is having profound impact locally and globally.
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Extractions: To support collaboration among universities and community- based programs, the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES), USDA, created five National Networks to marshal faculty and program resources to directly respond to the economic, social, and human stresses faced by children, youth and families. These networks, which constitute the Cooperative Extension System Children, Youth and Family (CYF) Network, are linked and accessed through CYFERNET , an Internet-based children, youth and family information system operated by the CSREES. The CSREES currently funds five networks for Child Care, Collaboration, Family Resiliency, Science and Technology Literacy, and National Decisions for Health. Bergstrom, Arno, Area Extension Agent, Washington State University
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Extractions: The Internet provides access to many interesting websites that provide up-to-date and quality information. It could be conceded that information provided by sites on the Internet have not been peer reviewed; therefore it is suggested that the researcher verify any information found on the Internet by completing a search for comparable information in a peer reviewed and referred journal.
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Extractions: From the Chandler Center for Community Leadership The Chandler Center for Community Leadership is a collaboration of Oregon State University Extension service and Central Oregon Community College. The Center is committed to increasing community capacity to achieve positive change through education, communication, and information. Under partnerships and contracts, the Center offers technical assistance for citizens, governments, agencies, organizations and business. Since its founding in 1989, the Center has conducted projects throughout Oregon and in 15 states in the United States. Although this paper is written about Oregon, it is equally applicable to any state in the United States. The Chandler Center for Community Leadership is concerned with the practical application of research, proven success, and action to solve community problems. Such problems are numerous and complex. Attention is centered on achieving positive community conditions, including: helping communities to become vision and mission driven, tailoring services to fit the community, developing preventative solutions, and emphasizing the value of citizen leadership, collaborative use of resources, and the democratic formation of public policy. Table of Contents Forward
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Extractions: TOOLS FOR OUT-OF-SCHOOL TIME AND COMMUNITY SCHOOL INITIATIVES Maximizing Medicaid Funding to Support Health and Mental Health Services for School-Age Children and Youth Strategy Brief VOLUME 1 NUMBER 5 OCTOBER 2000 By Andrew L. Bundy with Victoria Wegener Maximizing Medicaid Funding to Support Health and Mental Health Services for School-Age Children and Youth Strategy Brief " You cannot educate a child who is not healthy, and you cannot keep a child healthy who is not educated." Dr. Jocelyn Elders, Former U. S. Surgeon General Accessing Medicaid funding is not easy. As one of the largest federal funding sources for services for children and families, Medicaid financing is complex, bureaucratically dense, and subject to policy debates and frequent changes in rules and procedures. When Medicaid financing is approved, the administrative and record-keeping tasks are often considerable. In general, administrators, policy makers and program developers must be prepared to spend considerable time organizing and facilitating the process of access-ing Medicaid funding. Anyone using Medicaid fund-ing must also be prepared for the possibility of a fed-eral or state audit. While difficult to access, Medicaid has great poten-tial as a source of revenue for health and mental health services for school-age children and youth. The programs and approaches profiled in this brief are on the cutting edge of a strategy that could soon be growing rapidly. Such growth is not a certainty, however. Few well-established examples of Medicaid funding for out-of-school time and community school health or mental health programming exist. This relative scarci-ty is partly a function of the logistical and practical challenges involved, but it also speaks to the histori-cally limited and tenuous links between school-based programming and health and mental health services.
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Extractions: HEHD Strategic Plan, 2000-2005 COLLEGE OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (HEHD) MISSION: The College of Health, Education, and Human Development will be recognized for innovative, multidisciplinary instruction, research, and service that support and enhance human capabilities in all life stages and environments. CLEMSON UNIVERSITY MISSION/GOAL I: Enhance academics, research and service:
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Extractions: by Norman Chonacky - The Evergreen State College, and James Myers - The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory The goal of the CURE is to bring science resources from PNNL into undergraduate institutions to reduce the distance between science education and science practice. It has been under development for more than two years. An article in the spring edition of this Quarterly described both this project and its research-based antecedent at the PNNL's Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL). The present article will build on the earlier one by presenting some of the details and results from an exploration of the CURE concept conducted in an intensive, three-day workshop at PNNL last October. The EMSL is a Department of Energy facility in Richland Washington at the site of the Hanford reservation where the DOE produced plutonium for fifty years. EMSL's mission is to accomplish basic research that will facilitate the decontamination and clean-up of this site. The EMSL is richly endowed with supercomputing facilities, advanced instrumentation compatible with its mission, and some of the best scientific research minds in the country. Its research mission is accomplished by a number of programs and labs. These programs focus on developing a molecular-level understanding of physical, chemical, and biological processes that underlie environmental remediation, waste processing and storage, and human health effects. Its approaches to its research are interdisciplinary, including fundamental molecular science, measurement science, its macromolecular structure and dynamics program, and its theory, modeling, and simulation program. Among the EMSL's facilities are its cluster dynamics lab, surface kinetics lab, nanometer surface mapping and spectroscopy lab, a gigahertz NMR, and its molecular science computing facility. It is well beyond the scope of this article to describe EMSL research or resources in any detail. However, to supply context for our analysis, Table 1 briefly illustrates EMSL research.
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Extractions: Home Papers Authors Discussion Groups Travel SA Sessions Menu General Comments on the papers SYMPOSIA Symposium: Ergonomics for IDC's (IDC) 1. Ergonomics and Occupational Health and Safety: A "functional partnership" essential in all Industrially Developing Countries - Pat SCOTT (IDC1) 2. The promoters of ergonomics in Industrially Developing Countries (IDCs) and their work - Paul YEOW, Rabindra SEN (IDC2) 3. The promotion of ergonomics in industrially developing countries - Dave O'NEILL (IDC3) 4. Developing ergonomics societies in industrially developing countries -Kazutaka KOGI(IDC4) ... 3. From Laboratory to Life: Age-Performance Relations in Adulthood - Don WEITZMAN (AGE3) Symposium: Virtual Conferences for Ergonomics Dissemination (VIRTUAL) 1. Evaluation of the CybErg 1996 virtual conference - Clare POLLOCK, Leon STRAKER, Laura FORGIONE (VIRTUAL1) 2. Internationalising access to ergonomics knowledge through a virtual conference series - Andrew THATCHER (VIRTUAL2) 3. Virtual conferences: WWDU Conference experiences - Ahmet CAKIR (VIRTUAL3) Overview: ... Ethics and ergonomics in the new millennium - Shirleyann GIBBS, Maurice OXENBURGH, Pepe MARLOW, David BROWN, Barbara MCPHEE PHYSICAL ERGONOMICS Editorial Children and Ergonomics (CHILD) 1. Musculoskeletal outcomes in children using information technology: the need for a specific etiological model - Courtenay HARRIS, Leon STRAKER, Clare POLLOCK, Sue TRINIDAD (CHILD1)
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Extractions: 12. Appendices Foreword The new Five Year Strategic Plan,2002-2006,has been the result of extensive consultation with the horse industry.A major workshop was held in Sydney in November 2000 to review the achievements of the first Five Year Plan and fo- cus on the future direction, and an industry symposium was held in July 2001. The original eight program areas have been consolidated into two major themes: Peter Core
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Extractions: If there is magic on this planet, it is contained in water -Loren Eisley If one had to choose a "signature" theme for Louisiana, it would have to be water. This powerful yet poignant medium embodies all that Louisiana has come to represent - from steamboats down the Mississippi and pirogues down the bayou to eerie swamp lands and graceful coastal marshes. Water has provided us with the bountiful seafood that spawned a "joie de vivre" lifestyle full of gumbos, etouffees, and crawfish boils. It has made us a happy people, trying to live in sync with nature as we pursue the sports and industries offered by our varied watertypes, yet put us in danger as we neglect, in progressively larger degrees, the orderly rules of nature. In this project, Louisiana students will pursue all aspects of water's powerful impact on the people of the State and seek out the relationships that exist between them. They will have a chance to study, from several different viewpoints, the characteristics of water, the scientific and mathematical principles involved, the historical events, the exciting potentials, and also the problems that have evolved from man's sometimes unwise use of this bountiful gift. Results will be shared online with people worldwide who can also appreciate this wonderful resource.
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Extractions: Dear Doctoral Student: On behalf of the counseling faculty, welcome to your doctoral program of studies in counseling at the Graduate School of Education and Human Development (GSEHD), The George Washington University. You join the GW family of scholars, leaders, and talented professionals and a school that is among the top 50 schools of education in the United States. Our rehabilitation counseling program is among the top 10 programs of its kind. The counseling faculty is nationally and internationally known for its scholarship, leadership, and professional achievements. This Handbook for Doctoral Students in Counseling, together with the GSEHD Doctoral Student Handbook, will guide you through your studies. It provides the philosophical underpinnings for your study, the stages of doctoral preparation, the policies that govern doctoral studies, and forms that you will have to file at each stage in the program. As you read through both handbooks, you will gain the broad perspective you will need to successfully complete your studies. Regular consultations of the hand- books will facilitate your movement through each stage in the process. Remember to keep copies of all correspondence you send or receive during your time at GSEHD. The faculty looks forward to many fruitful experiences of collaborative research, learning, and professional growth. The Counseling, Human, and Organizational Studies office can be reached at (202) 994-0829.
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