The Relationship-Centered Care

Introduction Relationship-centered care (RCC) is a clinical philosophy that emphasizes partnership, careful attention to the relational process, shared decision-making, and self-awareness (Suchman, 2006). The RCC is characterized as patient-centered...
Read more

Essay Questions: Deficit of Copper, Poor Calcium Balance, Free Radicals and Vitamins

1. For the human body, copper is one of the most important substances, being an essential trace element. In the body, copper concentrates in bones, muscles, brain, blood, kidneys and liver. As a result, its deficit disrupts the normal work of the org...
Read more

Critical Analysis of a Second Selected Scenario from Caseworld

Introduction The case chosen for the purposes of this paper is that of Elizabeth Rose Green, a 78-year-old woman living alone in her house. Elizabeth’s medical record is replete with diseases and surgeries, including gastro-oesophageal reflux dise...
Read more

Course Paper: Prader-Willi Syndrome

Introduction Recent revolutionary breakthroughs in behavioral genetics, molecular biology, cognitive science, developmental neurobiology, and developmental psychology have considerably changed research methodologies and conceptual frameworks. This h...
Read more

East Indian Hindu Americans

Introduction East Indian Hindu Americans are people who have migrated from India to live in the United States with an objective for seeking a better way of life. The paper discusses East Indian American and Chinese cultures on the basis of their hea...
Read more

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease

Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD), named after the German doctors Hans Gerhard Creutzfeldt and Alfons Maria Jakob, is considered the main manifestation of transmissible spongiform encephalopathy or prion diseases (Porter & Leemans, 2013). CJD is al...
Read more

Issues of Global Healthcare

Introduction Among other issues, the healthcare services are also greatly affected by the globalization tendencies. The medical tourism becomes more and more popular as the developing countries start to offer high quality healthcare opportunities at...
Read more