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Timeframe TASK Weeks 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th Read preliminary literatures Finalize objectives Draft preliminary literature review Devise conceptual frameworks/mind maps Organize and collect literatures Conduct actual literature review Evaluate literature review Develop comprehensive literature review Draft findings chapter Complete remaining chapters Submit... Continue reading
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5.0 Overview of methodology The research will be exploratory because it aims to determine the present facts as well as facts that are not yet explored about the phenomenon (Saunders et al, 2003). Exploratory research will enable the study to look at the problem in both descriptive and exploratory manner.... Continue reading
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4.0 Objectives of the study The main aim of this study is to investigate the relationship of socioeconomic status with mental health and lifestyle behaviour of elderly people in Japan. In lieu with this, the following research objectives will be addressed: · To explore the nature, complexity and effects of... Continue reading
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3.0 Statement of the problem The key problem that will be addressed in this study is how the socioeconomic status of the elderly affects their mental health and lifestyle behaviour. The following research questions will be given answer to: 1) To what extent does the socioeconomic status is the reason... Continue reading
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2.0 Background The highest incident of suicide in Japan are mostly the older individuals, they have registered a history of 11,529 of individuals women and men whose age is 60 years old and above while individuals whose age is between 50 and 59 contain 8,614 incidents of suicide that nearly... Continue reading
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Relationship of socioeconomic status with mental health and lifestyle behaviour in Japanese elderly people 1.0 Introduction The working title of this study is initially drafted as – Relationship of socioeconomic status with mental health and lifestyle behaviour of Japanese elderly people. The socioeconomic status basically pertains to or involving economic... Continue reading
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Current Nursing Practices in Malaysia Nursing is Malaysia can be considered as its infancy, thus, it is affecting how leadership and management is perceived. For instance, most of leaders in nursing field in the country are adopting and using the hierarchical models of leadership styles. It is important to take... Continue reading
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Leadership and Management in my Setting Currently, I am working in a surgical unit setting, wherein we handle crucial cases. Because, we handle crucial cases, it is important for me, as the leader and the manager of my unit to be fully aware of my responsibility, and be more meticulous... Continue reading
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Transformational and Transactional Transactional Transactional leadership is the process of exchanging one thing for another between the leaders and the followers (Burns 1987). Transactional leaders enable their followers to recognize what must be done to complete and achieve the desired goals and objectives. It involves daily exchanges and connections between... Continue reading
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Introduction Generally, leadership is very important in the field of nursing. As a matter of fact, the pressure on nursing leaders has never been greater. This is because of the different threats and problems in the entire healthcare industry such as the imminent shortage of practicing nurses, impending retirements of... Continue reading
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Background I am a nurse currently working in the surgical unit in government hospital. I am responsible for teaching new staffs, at the same time; I am accountable in managing the entire unit. This paper will focus on exploring the different aspects related to leadership theories and management of care... Continue reading
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Introduction Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel was formed during the year 1981 and it had a total of 688 guestrooms as well as suites of about 727 employees. Kowloon Shangri-La Hotel may represent the primary hotel in the marketplace giving travelers with well-furnished guest rooms, inclusive facilities, and excellent facility standards in... Continue reading
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This nursing portfolio will encourage my colleagues as well as the nursing students to become determined and encouraged to be pro-active in meeting an annual lymphoedema nursing education and learning requirements in order provide the breast cancer patients with the greater benefits of the lymphoedema education scheme. · First is... Continue reading
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My personal and professional goals of carrying out this Professional Development Plan is to contribute significantly my learning to the improvement and integration of efficient and effective healthcare and treatment of the operated breast cancer patients to prevent them from suffering of lymphoedema extensively. We could help our breast cancer... Continue reading
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The breast cancer patients with lymphoedema are normally weighed down by her present health condition, the impact of this condition is more emotionally physically and financially stressful for the patient. And, all she needs is someone who can help her to understand what is lymphoedema all about, and why does... Continue reading
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Today, the real challenge of the oncology nurses is how to motivate their breast cancer patients to stay tough and hopeful on the process of treatment, especially during recurrences after operation and treatment. It is inevitable that disease is getting worse and the patient has to face the agony of... Continue reading
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Lymphoedema condition has a major impact on the quality of life of the breast cancer patients. First and foremost, the looks of their arms can be already stressful. This is the very reason that many breast cancer patients are just being worried about how they look with that swollen arm.... Continue reading
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Mohler III, et al ( 2012) have focused on the avoidance of heavy exercise and lifting of heavy objects for the patients after breast surgery and treatment, for these activities may increase the blood flow. Only gentle stretching and range of motion exercises are allowed by the doctors after the... Continue reading
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Generally,lymphoedema has no cure at all. The main objectives of the treatment are only to control the severity of the swelling over time. So much so, the lymphoedema treatment should begin as soon as possible. The most effective approach to fight the worsening of the patient’s lymphoedema is to undergo... Continue reading
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Patient Risk Factors Helyer and Varnic (2010) have addressed as lymphoedema as a well-known postoperative complication after axillary node dissection (ALND. These two authors even concluded in their study that obesity is a risk factor for developing postoperative lymphoedema among breast cancer patients.Consequently, Johnstone and Mondry (2007) have aimed also... Continue reading
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Vignes, Arrault & Dupuy (2007) have suggested that an early diagnosis of lymphoedema can lead to its early preventive management of worsening. However, it is a must to watch or control the weight of the patient in order to avoid cellulitis are the main controllable parameters in women to prevent... Continue reading
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On or after the treatment and surgery, the breast cancer patients are experiencing loss of control of their lives after breast cancer diagnosis, surgery and treatment due to lymphoedema condition. This is the very reason that nursing professionals are highly recommended to undertake a lymphoedema-related education for the breast cancer... Continue reading
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Ryhanen (2012) has established that breast cancer has the highest incidence rate among women worldwide. It is the second leading cause of women’s death, with 1.38 million women who have diagnosed with the disease. (DeSantis et al. 2011a, 2011b) which cited in Ryhanen (2012). Accordingly, breast cancer is strongly related... Continue reading
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Literature Review on Nurse Empowerment of Lymphoedema Education for Breast Cancer Patient Nurse Empowerment Due to the current effort in innovation in health care, philosophies of leadership and management are also changing. Changes and developments in leadership proposes a flattened hierarchy inside organizational systems in which a shared governance is... Continue reading
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“If higher trade flowsreduce both sides' resolve for war, then the effect of tradeon the likelihood of conflict is determinate” (James D. Morrow in How could trade affect conflict?) Introduction During the 20th century, countries have been highlighting the benefits of serene economic development and trading cooperation[1](Rosecrance 1980: 155). Following... Continue reading
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