An analysis of life in Latin America based on the book “In the Land of God and Man: A Latin Woman’s Journey by Silvana Paternostro.
This comparative analysis examines the author’s own ethnicity as well as that of Latin America. Discussed are the changes such as socialization, cultural attitudes, laws and customs, which need to be made so women can have more freedom. Essay is based on Silvana Paternostro’s In the Land of God and Man: A Latin Woman’s Journey”.
“Paternostro describes how she was awed by men’s power, even their signatures, about whom I was consumed with curiosity. What they did, how they talked seemed much more alive than what women did (Paternostro 1999). Men talked of politics and things that seemed so much more important than women’s lives. It makes one think of the scene from “Gone With the Wind”, when the men retire to the library for cigars and brandy. They close the doors and discuss manly things, while the women tend to womanly things and young girls take naps, far away from the closed doors of the library. And if a female should enter, she might be humored for a moment but was inevitably put in her place. Paternostro described how she too was humored when she dared try to discuss politics with the men, promptly and politely put in her place. She was told, “It’s not attractive to be so opinioned (Paternostro 1999). She said, My place as a woman was a follower (Paternostro 1999).
Using article and information mentioned Answer question.
Using the given article as one of the references please answer the following question.
It was mentioned that the increase in patient participation by using mobile carts. Could you expand on that thought? This is what it was mentioned:
Use of a mobile cart versus a bedside terminal/point of care
Mobile carts have transformed the resident and patient experience. This is because they help improve the availability of patients and resident information, reduce errors and increase efficiency at the point of care. Patient satisfaction can be improved by using high-quality pharmaceutical carts on wheels. Because health professionals may be present in the room while examining medical records, they can boost patient participation. This allows them to spend more time with patients and improve trust level and improve their bedside manner if they don’t have to wait for access to a shared, wall-mount computer system (Indra, Urmela