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CONTROLLING – QUALITY ASSURANCE

Control provide an organization with a way to adjust its course if performance fail outside acceptable boundaries Without effective control procedures, an organization is not likely to achieve its goals Controlling is essential in order to check, test, regulate, verify and adjust Controlling: is regulation and monitoring of organizational activities …

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Global Warming

There has been a great deal of debate about many problems which our planet is facing today. Among these is the global warming which is considered one of the most serious threats. This essay will describe the reasons behind this global phenomenon, its consequences and some suggestions and recommendations to …

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MANAGEMENT STANDARDS

· Standard I –  (The nursing department / services shall be directed by a qualified nurse administrator and shall be appropriately integrated with the medical staff and with other hospital staffs that provide and contribute to patient care) The administrator of the nursing department service shall be qualified, registered nurse …

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The concept of e-government

E-government is also called e-governance, namely the application of information technology, communications on government functions and procedures to increase efficiency and transparency, and enhancing citizen participation. This definition illustrates how ICT can be used as a support tool for the development of good governance. Efficiency in the accomplishment of government …

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Health Education

Some people maybe think that health education is an easy process that simply aims to spread health information through publications and the media. Health education is even more difficult. It aims to change and influence the behavior of healthy individuals. It is not only necessary for the dissemination of information to …

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Leech Therapy

Introduction The first medical use of leeches is thought to have taken place in ancient India in 1000 BC. The ancient Indians used leeches to treat a wide range of conditions including headache,  ear infections and hemorrhoid. In pre-scientific medicine, the medicinal leech was used to remove blood from a …

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