Are you a: Clinician or student with a compelling story to tell about a patient or group of patients? Administrator or educator who implemented a unique program? Physical therapist who modified an approach to risk management? You've got information your profession needs, and this tool gives you a systematic, step-by-step way to share it. Now in its third edition, with brand-new content AND the breezy style and cartoon breaks of the original, Writing Case Reports: A How-to Manual, Third Edition, features: Determining and describing meaningful change. ...
If you were given the choice between two different pilots one was trained, the other not which one would you choose? But what if there was no up-front cost for the untrained pilot? You still wouldn t do it? Yet many business owners do not recognize the importance of employee training. Most business managers wouldn t hire unqualified employees. But so many of them do employ under-qualified workers. Sometimes employees become under-qualified due to changing technology or the development of new methods. Don t get me wrong; training does come at a cost. The two biggest resources used for job training are time and money. Some of the excuses not to train are: We are too busy to learn something new right now. We just don t have the money to pay for training. employees costs time, money, and
Essential fatty acids are specific fats that are critical to the proper function of your body. Your body is not able to produce these fatty acids on its own, so it is necessary that you eat a diet rich in these crucial building blocks to maintain a healthy body. The two main essential fatty acids that need to be included in your diet are omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids. How Do Essential Fatty Acids Aid the Body? Essential fatty acids have a ton of benefits on your body and its cells. They help with cellular development and the formation of healthy cell membranes, and they have actually been shown to block tumor formation in animals, as well as block the growth of human breast cancer cells. Essential fatty acids assist in the development and function of the brain and nervous system, and
Several conditions may be responsible for itchy palms. These include:. Winter weather causes skin to dry out. Dry skin can be irritating and cause itching. Skin damage. Certain chemicals or substances can irritate your handsв sensitive skin. Scrubbing or brushing can irritate your skin, too. This can cause dryness, peeling, and itching. If youвre allergic to something you touch, you may experience itchy palms. The itching may not start right away. In some cases, you may not experience any itching for several hours after coming into contact with the allergen. This common skin condition causes uncontrolled growth of skin cells. This increased pace means skin cells arenвt able to naturally slough off. Instead, the extra skin cells pile up on the surface of your skin. In addition to itching,
Learn about the biological, chemical, physical and technological world Learn that the scientific understanding of the world is constantly changing due to continuing research and new technology (for example the current debate on global warming, climate change and stem cell research) Why Study Science? Students often ask the question why do we have to do Science? Science is compulsory in Years 7 - 10 and is offered as Biology, Chemistry, Earth and Environmental Science, Physics and Senior Science in Years 11 and 12 so that students can: Develop skills of planning and conducting investigations, gathering information, team work and evaluating their findings Act responsibly when using scientific equipment and applying scientific knowledge. Develop the confidence, knowledge and skills to find
From the above it is understood that oil between the specimen and the objective lens improves the resolving power by a factor 1/ n. Objectives specifically designed for this purpose are known as oil immersion objectives. Oil immersion objectives are used only at very large magnifications that require high resolving power. Objectives with high power magnification have short, facilitating the use of oil. The oil is applied to the specimen (conventional microscope), and the stage is raised, immersing the objective in oil. (In the oil is applied to the objective). The refractive indices of the oil and of the glass in the first lens element are nearly the same, which means that the refraction of light will be small upon entering the lens (the oil and glass are optically very similar). ...
Question: Why do we have to pay for a domain name if the web is free. Answer: Yes. The services; most of them; provided by the world wide web is free. Domain names are the building blocks of the world wide web. They act like 'markers' for websites. They are just names, identities(you can say). They need to be pointed to a server(that actually hosts your data; your website in simple terms). 1) The Registry: The Registry is an entity that manages TLD(Top level domains like. COM,. NET). The registries need to be accredited by ICANN in order to sell domain names for TLDs or ccTLDs. Verisign is a registry for. COM and. NET domain names. 2) The Registrars: The Registrars tie up with various registries to sell domain names belonging to multiple TLDs, ccTTLDs under one roof. For example: Godaddy
Heterochromia iridis is a genetic default when a living being has two different color eyes. Seen more often in dogs, cats and horses, it is a condition that may be present in humans as well, though not as often. There is a couple interesting legends floating around about this intriguing attribute. There are also a few myths that should be dispelled concerning this not so unusual trait. Legend There are a few legends floating around about dogs with two different color eyes. One myth says that dogs with two different color eyes can view heaven and earth at the same time. Another story goes that heterochromatic dogs are natural protectors, while brown or red eye dogs are considered spirit dogs. Legend says it that sled dogs with heterochromia are faster than dogs with the same color eyes. ...
What do you think of when you hear the following words:, pumpkin, and? In addition to being hungry suddenly, you're probably thinking about the WONDERful holiday of Thanksgiving. Do you know the of Thanksgiving this? Is it on the 24? Maybe the 26? Could it be the 23? Even if you don't know the exact of Thanksgiving, you probably do know what it'll fall on: Thursday. But why is that? Independence is always on July 4, not a particular of the. Likewise, Christmas is always on December 25, whatever of the that happens to be. So has Thanksgiving always been on a Thursday? That first Thanksgiving meal that the Puritans had with the Native Americans way back in 1621? We don't know if that was on a Thursday or not. In fact, it wasn't even a single meal on one, but a three- that likely took place
Although many of us would not like to admit it, the Oscar Pistorius murder trial is captivating viewing. Even when those in the witness box decline to be filmed, the camera turns to the accused. A kind of twisted OscarCam that makes for compelling viewing. The 27-year-old, who shot and killed his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp on ValentineБs Day in 2013, sometimes sits with his head in his hands, seemingly inconsolable. At other stages, he is quite animated, writing notes and passing them to his legal team, or fiddling with his phone. He was physically sick as details of the victimБs post-mortem were given earlier this week. Reporters in the courtroom said the stench reached them on the benches. For those watching from Ireland, the judicial system is noticeably different. For one, they are