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Development Powerpoint

Transcript: KINDERGARTEN Piaget: In kindergarten we did a lot of adding using blocks or other objects. This shows the preoperational stage in action. The intelligence is demonstrated through symbols (the blocks representing the numbers). FIRST GRADE Gilligan: We used to play lava monster on the playground. I would never want to be the monster and usually more boys ended up wanting to be the monster than girls. This shows Gilligan's belief that girls grow up with a sense of nurturing. Girls normally do not want to cause pain to others which is why they would rather be chased and not be the monster. SECOND GRADE Erikson: In second grade my cousin and I snuck away at a block party in order to ride a hayride that our parents wouldn't let us do. I remember after sneaking away from the block party feeling some remorse for doing something that I wasn't supposed to do but the feeling of adventure overpowered that. THIRD GRADE Mead: In third grade our teacher made our classroom live by the golden rule. This is the basis of Mead's theory. This rule was drilled into be back in third grade and still sits with me and most of my friends to this day. FOURTH GRADE Cooley: Fourth grade was the first year that I really remember caring what other people thought of me. I began to wonder how other people viewed me and started to dress and act accordingly. It was the first year I started to worry about fitting in. FIFTH GRADE Piaget: In fifth grade we started using some algebra type math and also began reading critically which shows that by then most of us had reached the Concrete thinking phase. We were able to begin thinking bastractly to solve problems. SIXTH GRADE Kohlberg: This was the year that our class took a trip to Nature's Classroom. It was the first time that I had been away from my parents for an extended period of time. There were new rules and we had more rights and freedom then ever before. It taught us how to adjust to a completley new lifestyle for a few days. SEVENTH GRADE Erikson: Seventh grade was a new experiance for everyone. We were meshed together with a bunch of strangers that we didn't know. We had to meet new people and re - organize our social groups. This is a perfect example of Erikson's fifth step, identity vs. role confusion. We were all trying to fit in and find groups that made us feel like we belonged. I began to do things for myself and what others around me thought rather than my parents. EIGHTH GRADE Cooley: Yet, again I began to worry how others saw me. I began to dress in all brand named clothes and constantly thought about how other people viewed me. I got paranoid worrying about what other people thought and began to act different and change myself in order to fit in, hoping that people saw me in a good light. NINTH GRADE Piaget: In ninth grade all learning in school took the path of Formal thinking. We began to pick apart literature and find the deeper meanings in everything that we did. I was at the point where I began to be able to think like this and act accordingly. TENTH GRADE Gilligan: I began to pick relationships carefully in order to avoid being hurt. I took great care in my friendships and when something went wrong, I would be crushed. This again shows how Gilligan that girls were brought up with a natural nurturing and caring ability. ELEVENTH GRADE Erikson: This year I had a serious boyfriend that I had been going out with for over a year. This goes along with Erikson's idea on intimacy vs. isolation. I put all of my time into my boyfriend and had began to make a long term relationship out of it. I learned how to give my time to someone and share my feelings with someone. SENIOR YEAR Erikson This year I broke up with my boyfriend and I went back to identity vs. role confusion. I had to meet new friends and reconnect with my old ones in order to help get rid of that lonely feeling that I was experiancing. It was confusing and hard to do at first but everything turned out okay.

Medical powerpoint

Transcript: Characteristics Earn a doctor of medicine (M.D) 4 years of medical school 3 years of general pediatric training (intern or resident) Going into the medical field is going to be a difficult challenge but with determination I will achieve my goal. With some of the experience I already have it will give me a jump start into the medical field. Pediatrician: I am 16 years old my favorite sport is swimming I want to get into a prestigious medical school some of my strengths are: I am very ambitious and this program would be a great opportunity for me. I am a team player and i am happy to work with other people on a project I am very hard working. I put a lot of efforts into what I do and I do my best Master's degree Bachelor's degree in nursing 1-2 years of experience Class of 2017 Health Career Academy Exploration Education plan Registered nurse University of Irvine Salary: $70,590 yearly $33.94 hourly Claudia Lopez period 1 Who am I? My future Skill set Work well with others I know my medical terminology words I know my vital signs Medical abbreviations i am very sociable Want to go straight to a 4 year university I am CPR certified I have completed my 100 hours of externship I have experience in a clinic Nurse practitioner a nurse who is qualified to treat certain medical conditions without the direct supervision of a doctor. $96,460 yearly $46.37 hourly Registered nurse: Education Plan My future Earn a bachelor's of science in nursing (BSN) 4 years at a university 2-3 years to achieve pathway Lesson learned Claudia Lopez Nurse practitioner: Pediatrics Enjoy working with kids $173,000 yearly $74.00 hourly Health Career Academy

Child development powerpoint

Transcript: INFORMAL THEORIES By: Gloria James (the one and only) My "I Wonder question": How do 4-5 year olds express their feelings and emotions? My “I Wonder” question deals with the developmental areas of emotional and social. The main notion of my "I Wonder" question deals with friendships (or lack their of )and developments. I believe the answer to my question to be: They express their feelings by conveying emotions or showing actions ex. sad face, crosses arms, stabs a painting, throws things, yells Because I saw: a girl stab the paper with the brush repeatly while sitting next to another girl and nobody said a word. Happened on: 4/16 Between/among (those involved): preschoolers Because I saw a boy sit all the way in the back by himself during large group time and crosses his arms Happened on: 4/12/2011 Between/among (those involved): High Schoolers, Preschoolers, and the teacher Because I saw a girl play by herself although there are other kids nearby. She talked to the teacher later. Happened on: 4/19/2011 Between/among (those involved): preschoolers EXPERT SUPPORT: According to the expert, Cecelia Anita Decker, "Some preschoolers have fun palying with other children, others do not." (pg. 409 of Children: The Early Years) * This helps to support my second example. According to the expert, Cecelia Anita Decker, to follow group rules, "The ease of making friends depends on a child's friendliness, ability to follow group rules, and lack of dependence on adults." (pg. 409 of Children: The Early Years) * This quote helps to support my third example for it might be the reason as to why the boy wanted to sit all by himself in the back. According to the expert, Cecelia Anita Decker, "Preschool children feel many emotions and express them in intense ways. "Preschoolers feel many emotions and are expected to control many of their intense feelings. "Controlling outward signs of emotions such as crying, screaming, or hittng, helps children become socially exceptable." "Children need to express their feelings." (pg. 411 of Children: The Early Years) *This supports my first example because I feel the little girl may have been trying to express her feelings through the painting Wrap up Summary: My "I wonder question" dealt with behaviors and friendships between preschoolers. I wondered how they express their feelings and emotions. I found that preschoolers have many ways of expressing their feelings and emotions. Some talk with others like a teacher or a friend. Some might play by themself. What next? *I want to learn more about the physical developments of preschoolers *I plan on taking Child Care Occupation next year *After doing this research, I still want to be a pediatrician Bibliography *Decker, Celia. Children: The Early Years. Tinley Park, Illinois: TheGoodhear-Willcox Company, Inc., 2000. 760. Print. *Google Images MY “I WONDER” ? I wonder how four or five year olds express their feelings?

Medical development

Transcript: Bruce Reitz performs the first human heart-lung combined transplant The pace maker was invented by Rune Elmqvist 1961-1970 Penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming Provides the ability to transfer and continue health insurance coverage for millions of American workers and their families when they change or lose their jobs Liposuction ws created by Giorgio Fischer Frederick Bangting and Charles Best find that insulin is major for treating diabetes Robotic surgery was made by Dr Yik San Kwoh The difibrillator built by Claude Beck Visual Prosthetics made (Bionic eyes) The first Kidney transplant was preformed The first dialysis machine was built The first Mechanical assitor for anesthesia was John Emerson Egas Moniz discovers prefrontal lobotomy treatment for mental diseases The first vaccine for Yellow fever was created The first laparosopy (Minimal invasive surgery) was preformed on humans by Hans Jacobaeus 1941-1950 HIPAA 1990-2000 Medical Discoveries The first Artificial Liver was made This was created to establish a security and ensure protection of private information that has to do with health care data. The first vaccine for Hepatitis A was created 2000-Present Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act The first case of Alzheimer's disease found by Alois Alzheimer 1921-1930 Karl Landsteiner discovered that humans had different blood type The first vaccines for Diphtheria, Pretussis, Tuberculosis and Tetanus were made By Kaylah Armstrong B6 The first human Liver from stem cells was grown in Japan Remote surgery (Telesurgery) was created Stem Cell therapy created by James Humps Frederick Hopkins made a connection of lack of vitamins to scurvy and rickets 1981-1990 1900-1910 The last fatal case of smallpox occurred The first laser eye surgery was prefromed by Mani Bhaumik Ugo Cerletti and Lucio Bini discover electroconvulsive therapy Ultrasounds became available to everyone Chemotherapy was created by Alfred Gilman Scientists cloned a sheep (Dolly) The first commercial MRI scanner was built by Raymond Damadian Hip replacements became available The balloon catheter was made by Thomas Fogarty More studies discovered that lack of Vitamin D results in rickets This was enacted by the United States Congress and signed by President Bill Clinton in 1996. Polio vaccines were made 1931-1940 The first artificial heart was made by Paul Winchell Antiviral drugs were made by George Hitchings and Gertrude Elion 1971-1980 Artificial skin was created by John Burke and Ioannis Yannas Artificial muscles were created 1951-1960 1911-1920 The only major medical action made in this time was Julius Wagner-Jauregg using malaria-induced fever to treat general paresis of the insane. Manfred Sakel discovers insulin shock thereapy The first human Liver, Lung, Heart and Pancreas transplants were preformed Laser Cataract Surgery - Dr Patricia Bath The first portable defibrillator was installed by Frank Pantridge HIPAA was Founded The first HPV vaccine approved Cloning became an idea in about 1952 by Robert Briggs and Thomas King

Medical Powerpoint

Transcript: Nature Of Work Very similar, yet different compared to an EMT paramedic- a specialized trained medical technician licensed to provide a wide range of emergency services before or during transportation to a hospital this includes assessing the patients condition and determine a course of treatment EMT- a specialized trained medical technician certified to provide BASIC emergency services before or during transportation to a hospital life or death situations often arise work can be physically strenous and stressful can give medication orally and intravenously interprets elecotrocardiograms (EKG`s) used to monitor heart function equipment :monitors, complex equipment, backboards, restraints etc. Work environment inside and outside spend most of their time standing, kneeling, bending and lifting Can work in helicopters with flight crew training/qualifications/advancment must be licensed in the state where the job is held must take 8 hours of training to drive ambulance EMT- 200-250 hours of classroom instructions, skills practice in a laboratory, hospital emergency room and ambulance experience a field internship may become an instructor, a registered nurse, a physician or any other type of healthcare worker Job outlook 33% The number of EMT and Paramedics needed in Florida will grow at an annual average growth rate of 2.4% which is equivalent to 227 openings until the year 2014. Earnings Median is 35,849 per year Bonus: $49 Paramedic located in Orlando, Fl The lowest: 10% 28,090 25% 31,788 75% 40,527 90% 44,705 Related occupations Air Traffic Controllers- coordinates the movement of air traffic to ensure that planes stay safe distances apart Firefighters-protect the public by reponding to fires and other emergencies, they are often the first responders on the scene of an incident Physician Assistant-practice medicine under the direction of physicians and surgeons Police and Detectives- protect lives and communites, gather facts and collect evidence of possible crimes Registered Nurses- provide and coordinate patient care, educates patients/public on various health conditions and provide advice and emotional support OTHER INFORMATION Important Qualities: Compassion Interpretation Skills Listening Skills Physical Strength Problem solving skills Speaking skills Their are four levels of Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT`s) : First Responder, EMT-Basic, EMT-Intermediate, and EMT-Paramedic. Detection Reporting response On scene care Care in transit Transfer to definitive You most likely have heard of a military paramedic. They are actually simply called medics. Now do you think you've heard that name before? They fly helicopters, planes, and are their in the midst of battle to support their fellow comrades. Unpaid volunteers are being replaced by paid professionals. GRAPHIC IMAGES!!! •There are about 700,000 EMS personnel in the country. employment change for 2010-2020 is 75,400 PARAMEDIC Star of life: •50% of EMT Basics are on volunteer status. Emergency Medical Technician- 2 year associates degree in emergency medical services technology is available Your salary income depends upon your experience and which state you reside in. paramedics attend large sporting events and public gatherings most work at least 50 hours a week but are on call for extended periods of time only 50% of EMT/ Paramedics actually work in ambulances others work in hospitals, other government facilities etc •70% of all EMS personnel are male and 76% are white. •The origin of the word ambulance is from the early 19th century French words meaning 'mobile (horse-drawn) field hospital' - hôpital ambulant. Ambulant is a Latin term for 'walking'. must be certified as basic EMT before becoming a Paramedic 3/4 of people that go to school to become a paramedic graduate Top 5 paying states for Paramedics: •Hawaii •Alaska •Maryland •Oregon •Washington 1,100-1,500 hours of instruction and experience that includes classroom instructions, clinical rotations in hospitals, a field internship aboard an ambulance and laboratory experience By: Nichole Moroz •EMT`s treats approximately 25-30 millions people each year. Paramedic symbol

Medical Magnet PowerPoint

Transcript: -This was a case study about how the experiences of a meth addict had an impact on its family relationships. Ms.September wrote about Nicholas’ journey with the drug Methamphetamine Methamphetamine and the Body -Moreover, the drug meth slowly deteriorates your neurotransmitters such as the dopamine, norepinephrine, epinephrine, and when taking meth it blocks re-uptake within your neurotransmitters, and a gradual chemical buildup occurs. This chemical buildup has many different effects on a person’s behavior. For the meth user the chemical buildup resembles that of an exhilarating rollercoaster ride, and feelings of euphoria begins to rise -The Dopamine System is the neurotransmitter that plays a part in in controlling movement, thought processes, emotions, and the pleasure centers of the brain -The Norepinephrine System is the neurotransmitter that plays a part in controlling alertness, rest cycles, attention, and memory -The main characteristics of meth psychosis are hallucinations and delusions. The most frequent hallucinations are auditory ones, where the patient “hears voices" -Methamphetamine is a very addictive, strong drug. Just like the people I interviewed agreed that Meth can lead to bad habits and ruin lives, even though it might raise your mood for a while, and that it’s not worth it. The risks of methamphetamine is not worth the damage to one’s psychological health -Long-term effects may include severe mental disorders, memory loss, addiction, starvation, and severe dental problems also known as “Meth Mouth,” which can lead to a loss of teeth by decay -People with EDS report mental vagueness, a lack of energy and concentration, memory lapses, and/or extreme exhaustion -Symptoms of Narcolepsy include excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS), cataplexy, hallucinations, and sleep paralysis -Serotonin plays an important role within the body including sleep, appetite, memory, sexual behavior, and mood -The brain contains neurotransmitters, which are chemical messengers that work together to perform many difficult tasks -Methamphetamine is used to treat exogenous obesity in small doses, and in small doses it can help patients lose weight. -Depressives (patient diagnosed with depression) often show exaggerations of helplessness, hopelessness or guilt; depressives believe that they are solely responsible for all of the evil in the world. Depressives may also experience paranoid delusions, feel sad, anxious, and worthless -Psychological effects can include euphoria, anxiety, increased libido, alertness, concentration, increased energy, increased self-esteem, self-confidence, sociability, irritability, aggressiveness, excessive feelings of power and invincibility, paranoia, and depression -Command hallucinations are “voices” that may issue commands for violence to others. Sometimes the patient might have a visual or fragrant hallucination where they might see or smell something that is not present in the environment. Other types of hallucinations for people who are diagnosed with meth psychosis are touchable and gustatory; the patient feels bugs on their skin, which can cause physical problems because some begin to scratch their skin until it bleeds leaving scars, and refuses to eat because the taste of their food resembles the taste of poison Introduction to Methamphetamine and Psychology -Delusions are false personal beliefs that are not common to the patients’ cultural background. People diagnosed with meth psychosis can have delusions of persecution, grandeur, reference, being controlled, or somatic delusions. Delusions of persecution is when they believe that others intend to hurt them, delusions of grandeur is when they have an exaggerated feeling of importance, power or knowledge, delusions of reference is unrelated negative events are connected to them, as if they are the cause of the negative event Q: How did you quit? A: I progressively quit over the course of two years. I got in trouble with the law and they began to do drug tests on me, and during this time I began to become more aware of my drug habits and what it was doing to me. The one thing that pulled me out of it all was the bible. I’m a Jehova’s Witness. I started to dissociate with my friends that used the drug meth. I felt lonely, and it was hard to stop seeing my friends. It was hard to stop in general, but you’re always going to meet new people, and I definitely did. I made new friends after and it was the right thing to do -Medication to treat meth psychosis would be Haldol. Haldol is a drug that effective in the treatment of psychosis; however, it has a number of unpleasant side effects such as anticholinergic manifestations (dry mouth, blurred vision, urinary retention and constipation), nausea, skin rash, decreased libido, and weight gain -Methamphetamine can give unfavorable health affects, which include irregular heartbeat, increased blood pressure, diarrhea, excessive sweating and a variety of psychological problems -Nicholas’

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