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Importance Of IOM Future of Nursing

Importance Of IOM Future of Nursing Introduction In this report, we will be a highly acclaimed initiative on the Future of Nursing, and hereby, will focus on the significance on nursing activities and the future associated with it. Apart from this, the same will be complemented with issues like state-based coalitions that may work on to improve nursing practice. Importance Of IOM Future of Nursing Work of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Committee In the year 2010 a report was passed by the Congress, called the ‘Affordable Care Act’, which got sanctioned by the president to be implemented for a better and transformed health care system in United Stated of America. The motive behind this is to make it more affordable to all the people irrespective of where they live and their standard of living. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Committee came into association with the Institute of Medicine (IOM) to envision a transformation required in the nursing field, keeping in mind the importance of this profession so that they can react positively to the medical urgency of common people and for the people to employ the privileges provided by the ‘Affordable Care Act’.  The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health is the report prepared by the Institute of Medicine...

Business Contract Assignment Help

Business Contract Assignment Help TASK-1 LO 1.1 Explain the importance of the essential elements required for the formation of a valid contract What is contract- when the two parties are entered into an agreement willfully and there is legal obligation is created between them is known as contract. The essential elements which are consider necessary for the formation of the valid contract. These are under: offer and acceptance Consent Legal capacity Intention Promise Consideration (lawhandbook.org.) Offer and acceptance – First essential conditions for creating the valid contract there must be the offer and acceptance between the parties. If there is no offer and acceptance then the contract is not valid in the eyes of law. In offer and acceptance the party has need to make an offer to the one party and one party have to accept the offer for making the contract. (Kumar’s) Consent- Second and one of the most important essential for the formation of the contract is the consent. The concept of the consent is come under the section 13. There should free consent of the parties. If the consent is not free then it is not valid contract. There must be  no physical danger in the contract. There are some points which are mention below which...

Unit 19 Object Oriented Programming

Unit 19 Object Oriented Programming ICON College of Technology and Management BTEC HND in computing and System Development (CSD) Unit 19: Object Oriented Programming (L4) Session: February 2015 Coursework HND Assignment Object Oriented Programming Session: February 2015 Adrian Harcau  1 Understand the principles of programming 1.1    Discuss the principles, characteristics and features of objected oriented programming. OOP is a sort of approach in which software engineers characterize programs in modules that is apportioned in memory regions which characterizes information sort and its operations for the entire structure. This structure is along these lines being called as articles which speak to both information and capacities. It permits bringing relationship between one or more objects. It overcomes disadvantages of procedural systems and gives favourable position that permits developers to make program in modules and includes new question with no changes in the current module (Chu, 2014). Along these lines, that new protest can get highlight of existing ones. OOP gives components, for example, Importance is on information as opposed to activities, Program is isolated into parts and every module is called as items, it takes after a methodology of base up, Data and capacities are joined in such a route, to the point that outcomes in an information structure, Characterization between articles...

Protection Of Trademarks And Business

Protection Of Trademarks And Business Contents Task -3 Outlines the monopolies and anti- competitive practices legislations in the UK Monopoly – monopoly is situations in which there is one firm is exist in the relevant market who supplies the goods to the consumers, and having the full control over the market. Monopoly is a threat to the UK market competition. When any firm take the control over the market at least 25% then it lead that there is existence of monopoly in the market. When the two industries have control over the market at least 25% then monopolies and Merger Company conducted the investigation. The example of the monopoly firm is the Microsoft which attained the world wide operating systems. The UK government concerned is to prevent the firms who take the monopoly in the market and threat to the competition in the market. It is treated illegal in the UK. The cases are referred to the office of the fair trading which are investigate by the monopolies and merger commission they use the competition act 1988 and the consumer law treating the monopoly firm. Monopoly can be develop in market through – There is horizontal merger between the companies who are in the same industry. The increasing power of...

Differences Between Business-To-Business And Consumer Marketing

Differences Between Business-To-Business And Consumer Marketing by Robert W. Bly When asked if he could write an effective direct mail package on a complex electronic control system, a well-known direct response copywriter replied, “No problem.  It doesn’t matter what the product is.  You are selling to people.  And people are pretty much the same.” He’s wrong. Yes, there are similarities.  But there are also differences in selling to business and professional buyers vs. the general public.  In fact, here are six key factors that set business-to-business marketing apart from consumer marketing: The business buyer wants to buy. Most consumer advertising offers people products they might enjoy but don’t really need.  How many subscription promotions, for example, sell publications that the reader truly could not live without?  If we subscribe, we do so for pleasure - not because the information offered is essential to our day-to-day activity. But in business-to-business marketing, the situation is different.  The business buyer wants to buy.  Indeed, all business enterprises must routinely buy products and services that help them stay profitable, competitive, and successful.  The proof of his is the existence of the purchasing agent, whose sole function is to purchase things. The business buyer is sophisticated. Business-to-business copy talks to a sophisticated audience.  Your typical...

DFN 3013 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

DFN 3013 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SUNWAY UNIVERSITY BUSINESS SCHOOL DIPLOMA IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION ACADEMIC SESSION  : AUGUST - DECEMBER 2015 DFN 3013  : FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT ASSIGNMENT DEADLINE:23 OCTOBER  2015 (4 PM) MARKING SCHEME IMPORTANT Assignments must be submitted on their due dates. If an assignment is submitted after its due date, the following penalty will be imposed: ●    One to two days late            : 20% deducted from the total marks awarded. ●    Three to five days late         : 40% deducted from the total marks awarded. ●    More than five days late      : Assignment will not be marked. Example. A student scores 60 marks for an assignment that has a total mark of 100. If the assignment is submitted one day late, the marks awarded will be 48 marks (80% x 60). A Group Assignment on Assessing Company Performance (30 %) – A 600 word essay using the Harvard format for referencing Form a group of 5. Appoint a group leader. The group leader will act as the financial manager for your  company and your role and your group’s role is to recommend one of the 3 companies that have been shortlisted (Refer to the available names of companies under List A to C in eLearn) to the Board of Directors for...

Unit 09 Systems Analysis And Design

Unit 09 Systems Analysis And Design Assessor : Miss. Shahana N Internal Examiner (IE): Mr. Kelum W Date Reviewed  :  Date of IE                  :           Date Issued        :  Date Due                    :                                   Unit Assessment Information Qualification                     : Higher National Diploma in Computing and Systems Development Unit Code & Title             : K/601/1281 – Unit 09 –Systems Analysis and Design Assessment Title & No’s  : Smart Arcade Learning outcomes and grading opportunities: LO 01:Understand different systems life cycles Learning Outcomes LO1.1 LO1.2 LO 02:Understand the importance of a feasibility study Learning Outcomes LO2.1 LO2.2 LO 03:Be able to perform a systems investigation Learning Outcomes LO3.1 LO3.2 LO3.3 LO3.4   Merit and Distinction Descriptor M1 M2 M3 D1 D2 D3 Assignment Brief BTEC Level 4-5 HNC/HND Diploma (QCF) To be filled by the Learner Name of the Learner       : Edexcel No                       :                         Centre No  :                          Batch: Date of Submission          : Statement Of Originality And Student Declaration I hereby, declare that I know what plagiarism entails, namely to use another’s work and to present it as my own without attributing the sources in the correct way. I further understand what it means to copy another’s work. I know that...

Human And Tutorial Assignments

 Human And Tutorial Assignments Introduction to Anthropology: Becoming Human (ANT A01 H3Y) Summer 2013 Instructor: Dr. Joyce Parga; Email: j.parga@utoronto.ca Office hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 3-4 pm (or by appointment); Office: MW 382 Lecture meeting times and location: Tuesdays 1-3 pm in SW 319 Tutorials (labs): 5 Tuesdays across the semester during your 1-hr tutorial section in MW 329 Tutorial TA: Dejana Nikitovic; Email: dejana.nikitovic@mail.utoronto.ca; Office: MW 343 (Note: Tutorials begin in Week 3 on Tuesday May 21. See Tutorial Schedule at end of syllabus.) Course Description: This course will provide a basic introduction to Evolutionary Anthropology and Archaeology, aimed at students with no background in either field. Prerequisites: None Exclusions: ANT100Y, ANT101H Required Readings: All chapters listed below in the lecture schedule refer to the following course textbook, which is available for purchase from the UTSC bookstore: Lewis, B., Jurmain, R., and Kilgore, L., 2012. Understanding Humans: Introduction to Physical Anthropology and Archaeology, 11th edition. Belmont CA: Wadsworth. You can also purchase the text from the publisher as an e-book. Go to: (On Blackboard, there is a PowerPoint file provided by the publisher about buying the e-book – look under “Course Materials”.) Lecture schedule: Following is a planned list of topics to be covered in lecture; note that...

Why All Women Should Consider Wearing A Leather Bangle

Why all women should consider Wearing a Leather Bangle-Unisex Fashion Jewelry Presently, jewelry is becoming popular to girls and it is now it is difficult for every woman to go out without having an anchor bracelet. It is important for everybody to get contorted leather bangle-unisex fashion jewelry it look much more stylish. It ordinarily gives esteem for cash and serves all needs of women. The reason why this jewelry is perceived to be efficient is that they are machine made. These kinds of jewelry reflect the beauty and emotions of a person’s life. Notably, competitive prices are available with larger runs or multi-color using the company in-line machines. Over the years, the number of leather bangle-unisex fashion jewelry has been rising tremendously because of customers’ motivation. Their motivating factor is that they normally come with attractive designs and attractive styles that make them look beautiful. Many of these leather bangle-unisex fashion jewelry are of high quality as well as strong and sturdy. For example, they are made of gold and silver, which are exceptionally alluring to customers. Notwithstanding being cheap, it is clear that numerous consumers like to purchase considerable costly things that are solid as opposed to purchasing low-quality items. Leather bangle-unisex fashion jewelry enhances a consumer's solace...

Unit 6 Business Decision Making

Unit 6 Business Decision Making Module Booklet  Unit 6 Business Decision Making Unit level 5 Unit code D/601/0578 Qualification BTEC HND in Business Term Start Date 22/02/2016 Hand out date 29/02/2016 Submission Deadline 15/07/2016 Lecture 15 Weeks Revision Clinic 3 Weeks Module Leader Emmanuel B Ofori Lecturer Solomon A Odegbesan   INTRODUCTION, AIMS AND OBJECTIVES INTRODUCTION In business, good decision making requires the effective use of information. This unit gives learners the opportunity to examine a variety of sources and develop techniques in relation to four aspects of information: data gathering, data storage, and the tools available to create and present useful information. ICT is used in business to carry out much of this work and an appreciation and use of appropriate ICT software is central to completion of this unit. Specifically, learners will be made aware of how to use spreadsheets and other software for data analysis and the preparation of information. The use of spreadsheets to manipulate of numbers, and understanding how to apply the results, are seen as more important than the mathematical derivation of formulae used. Learners will gain an appreciation of information systems currently used at all levels in an organisation as aids to decision making. Organizational data is a collection of raw facts relating...
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