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Transcript: Tend to their patients and provide them with care Educate others about different illnesses Serve as a support system The Nursing Shortage AFSCME. (2010). Listening to nurses: Dissatisfaction and burnout on the job. Retrieved from American Association of Colleges of Nursing. (2012). Nursing faculty shortage. Retrieved from Association of Colleges of Nursing. (2003). Nursing shortage fact sheet. Retrieved from Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2012, March 29). Registered nurses. Retrieved from Carayon. (n.d.). Nursing workload and patient safety—a human factors engineering perspective. (Master's thesis), Available from Google Scholar. Retrieved from Catus. (2007, July 28). What's your average nurse to patient ratio? [Online forum comment]. Retrieved from Jada, G. (2012, February 27). The best jobs of 2012. Retrieved from Minority Nurse. (2009). Nursing statistics. Retrieved from Pear, R. (2008, March 29). Study finds many patients dissatisfied with hospitals. Retrieved from SIROTA. (2007). Nurse/physician relationships: Improving or not?. 37(1), 52-55. Retrieved from World Wide Learn. (2007). Nursing: Facts & figures. Retrieved from What is causing the shortage? What is a Nurse? What do they do? References Harsh Working Environments Dealing with displeased/cranky patients Unstable, sometimes harsh relationships with their physicians Why is this topic important to research? Heavy work loads Underpaid High patient-to-nurse ratio Nursing school are turning away qualified applicants & hospitals can't add more nurses to their payrolls Solutions Dissatisfaction & Burnout WHO DOES THIS AFFECT? ANY QUESTIONS By: Heather Wolverton Insufficient Funding


Transcript: For my exam paper I have choosen the word geomectric as I feel that this word is the most verstitile and me as an artist will have a great way of interprating this into my photography Photographers Tom Leighton Robert Heinecken Cang Xin Rafa Jenn Rodchenko Wolfgang Tillmans Tatiana Parcero My idea for this theme is going to be experimening with shapes and manupalating images to creat new ones. I really want to challange what my audience sees and make them really analys the images looking at what's happening in front and behind. I want to also experiment with 3d shapes, Collages, mirroring, photoshop and more. I'm really going to interpret them quit freely and then find a way to return to this idea of shapes and manupilation. 1. Experiment 2. Architecture 3. Faces 4. Bodies 5.Layering 6. 3D 7. Manupalating images 8. Mirroring 9. Pixalating 10. Images In Shapes +++++ I Have already began experimenting using peoples mobiles. I find it interesting how everyone owns a phone in this day and gae. And how phones now come in different shapes and sizes so I documented on the people who owned mobiles phones. I then made the mobile phones theier age to reprsent the say "What does you mobile phone sya about you" and it's all about the phone becomes the person as people can't seem to go anywhere without them it is like a part of their body's in my project it their HEADS! Miss you better give me a HIGH GRADE =P!! MWahahaha ----> A Prince Kongo Presentation GEOMECTRIC

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Transcript: RECYCLING OLD PAPER Following these steps, the students produced recycled paper: 6. With the second part of the cloth, they covered the mixture and rolled it with the dough roller thinly. This paper was air-dried for several days. 1. They ripped the old paper into small pieces into a container. Sixth graders learned how to recycle paper at home in their Maths class as part of the Erasmus+ project. In this way, the students increased their environmental awareness and turned the old paper, that they would otherwise throw away, into useful and creative items. From recycled paper, Christmas cards were created, which the students decorated according to their own wishes. 2. They poured water into the container. The torn paper soaked for a few hours in the water. 5. Then they put the mixture on a piece of an old cloth and picked up excess water with a dishwashing sponge. From a similar mixture, to which we can add a little flour to make it thicker, we can also make various figurines. With such a mixture, an Advent arrangement and a little bowl were made. From the newspaper they made recycled papir that is grayish in color, and from the unused pages of notebooks (which would otherwise be thrown away) whiter recycled paper is formed. If desired, we can insert color, scent or glitter into the paper to further decorate it. Manuela Tržić, 6th grade student Proofreader: Ivana Biluš Graphics: Sunčica Vuljak 3. When the paper got well soaked, they crumbled it with their hands into a mixture resembling a porridge. 4. They strained the mixture through a sieve to drain excess water. The resulting papers were then decorated. This is what the resulting works look like:

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Transcript: Cho, S., Lee, J., Mark, B. A., & Yun, S. (2012). Turnover of New Graduate Nurses in Their First Job Using Survival Analysis. Journal Of Nursing Scholarship, 44(1), 63-70. doi:10.1111/j.1547-5069.2011.01428.x Duddle, M., & Boughton, M. (2007). Intraprofessional relations in nursing. Journal Of Advanced Nursing, 59(1), 29-37. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2648.2007.04302.x Godfrey, M. A. (1978). Job Satisfaction. Nursing, 8(4), 89-102. Academic Search Complete. Sheward, L., Hunt, J., Hagen, S., Macleod, M., & Ball, J. (2005). The relationship between UK hospital nurse staffing and emotional exhaustion and job dissatisfaction. Journal Of Nursing Management, 13(1), 51-60. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2834.2004.00460.x Siela, D., Twibell, K., & Keller, V. (2009). The Shortage of Nurses and Nursing Faculty. Critical Care Nurse, 17-33. Academic Search Complete. Takase, M., Maude, P., & Manias, E. (2005). Nurses’ job dissatisfaction and turnover intention: Methodological myths and an alternative approach. Nursing & Health Sciences, 7(3), 209-217. doi:10.1111/j.1442-2018.2005.00232.x Tevington, P. (2011). Professional Issues. Mandatory Nurse-Patient Ratios. MEDSURG Nursing, 20(5), 265-268. Academic Search Complete. Solutions: Issues Causing LOw Nurse to PAtient Ratio Acceptance of Nursing Grads into Hospitals 1960's-1990's nurses-few worldwide Registered Nurse Safe Staffing Act Underpaid nurses History Job Dissatisfaction Funding Any Questions? -funding -changes -enjoyment -acceptance OVerVIEw: HIstory Major Issues Solutions Nurse to Patient Ratio: An underlying Issue Caused by the nursing shortage Small College Nursing Programs Kyle Wilsbach Honors Research and Writing 10/10/12 References:

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