The cold war period summary.

The cold war period saw a continuous struggle between capitalist states and communist states. The main protagonists, Russia and the US, each chased specific development outcomes, with the former aiming for socialistic achieve development and the latter aiming for a neoliberal approach. The soft wars instigated by this difference of opinion were fought on many… Continue reading The cold war period summary.

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Definitions 1. Structural Adjustment Programs.

Structural Adjustment Programs These are economic policies designed for developing countries to encourage economic structural adjustments such as eliminating excessive government control, free market and competition promotion, etc. The SAPs are created and maintained by the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the last forty years. The primary economic initiatives deployed include the… Continue reading Definitions 1. Structural Adjustment Programs.

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The Political Economy of Global Development Fall 2020

Historical ideas of development are based on mercantilist globalization, imperialism, and colonial ethnography. This disposition exposes them to mimic the aspects of colonization which serve their purpose of colonization continuity. Colonization was presented as the civilization of the “other” with dichotomous ideals of closed/open, personal/impersonal, rural/urban, agricultural/industrial, superstition/rationality, or magic/science clashing (Wood, 2016). Cooke (2003)… Continue reading The Political Economy of Global Development Fall 2020

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A nursing care plan summary

A nursing care plan A nursing care plan provides directions to nurses on evidence-based care that patients require, and it involves identifying problems and coming up with solutions. It is a risk identification process that aids nurses in identifying the needs of an individual (Roodbol et al., 2017). Care plans ensure quality services, for they… Continue reading A nursing care plan summary

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interaction of abused substances and doctor-prescribed medications

the interaction of abused substances and doctor-prescribed medications the interaction of abused substances and doctor-prescribed medications may trigger or cause new symptoms.  Alcohol and abused drugs interfere with medical drugs like mood stabilizers and anxiety medications, reducing their effectiveness and overall delaying recovery. Denial in both disorders is common to patients. It is difficult for… Continue reading interaction of abused substances and doctor-prescribed medications

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Clinicians advise about substance abuse disorder.

Clinicians should be advised that substance abuse disorder, especially detox and withdrawal management, should not be left for patients without care. Most substance abuse patients are even hospitalized to reduce and help control drug withdrawal risks and effects. Effects of withdrawal include tremor, anxiety, sweating, nausea, agitation. If left without care, the patient can take… Continue reading Clinicians advise about substance abuse disorder.

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symptoms of disorders affecting the normal function of a person

The similar and unique symptoms of both disorders affect the normal function of a person.  Co-occurring disorders also influence each other. When a mood disorder anxiety or trauma treatment is neglected, it makes the substance abuse disorder worse, and when the substance abuse is untreated or increases, it increases the symptoms of the mental health… Continue reading symptoms of disorders affecting the normal function of a person

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Details of the Appraisal Process

Details of the Appraisal Process Performance appraisal is a critical process at Brooke Army Medical Center. Appraisals at BAMC ensure the best quality of care. The healthcare industry is a service market where patients are the most critical element. The appraisal process applies certain methods to give the employees the vital information required to gauge… Continue reading Details of the Appraisal Process

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Co-occurring disorders summary.

Co-occurring disorders can also be bidirectional, meaning the presence of a third condition causing one or both the disorders like chronic pain. Similarly, external environmental factors like stress can affect one disorder; hence it is less likely to establish a causal relationship. Regardless of the causal relationship of co-occurring disorders, the influence between both conditions… Continue reading Co-occurring disorders summary.

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