1. Although the man has made extensive progress in his relatively short existence on earth, he is still virtually helpless in front of vagaries of nature. Natural disasters such as cyclones, flood and earthquakes ravage man’s domain at will and cause much loss to life and property. Despite everyone’s concern for disasters and technological developments in the world, the response to disasters has been knee jerk and uncoordinated at international, national and state levels. The problem is more acute in developing countries rather than in developed ones. The United Nations and its specialised agencies have always had an interest in and commitment to disaster relief. Therefore, there are various disaster relief, preparedness, prevention and mitigation programmes being carried out by various United Nations Organisations  . 2. The trend of occurrence of disasters is increasing and will escalate in future. Disasters like tsunamis and earthquakes, which have been the most destructive, along with the floods and droughts that arise from extreme weather conditions, are expected to get worse due to adverse impact of climate change. In the 21st century, the 2001 Bhuj earthquake; the 2004 tsunami; the 2005 earthquake in Kashmir; heavy rainfall in Mumbai in 2006 when nearly 1 m rain fell in a single day; the 2008 Bihar Kosi disaster; the August 2010 cloud burst in Leh; and, most recently, the September 2011 Sikkim earthquake have seen the armed forces as first responders  . 3. In Indian context it is unlikely that the local civil administration will have the resources available immediately to deal with a major disaster such as the earthquake that occurred in Gujarat in 2001 or the Tsunami of 2004. Therefore, it is essential that the state governments prepare detail disaster management plans and keep the resources in terms of men and material ready for use at short notice. There is a need for civil administration at the district and state levels to organise disaster relief cells with a pool of reserve. At present due to the inability of local administration to deal with natural calamities, armed forces are invariably employed for disaster relief. 4. In spite of breakdown of communications and the absence of a major strength of troops and resources, the response of the armed forces has always been prompt and won the respect of all concerned. The mainstay and strength of the Armed forces vis-à-vis civilian organisations has been the sense of discipline, training to respond to orders, adaptability, selfless dedication to the cause, genuine concern and focused action. These factors have always resulted in many individuals and NGOs wanting to route assistance through the Armed forces. Seeing the good work being done by the Armed forces, the government organisations, NGOs and civil agencies then join in the relief effort. This generates a spirit of cooperation. The mere presence of Armed forces troops instils a sense of security and gives solace to the affected people  . Disaster Response Activities 5. Disaster management, which involves assessment and response, can be seen in various activities. The following are various activities of emergency response. Warning. Search and Rescue. Evacuation and Migration. Response and Relief. Logistics and Supply. Communication and Information Management. Rehabilitation. Post-Disaster Assessment  . 6. Natural calamities impart lessons at a huge cost of life and property. But if these lessons do not lead us to learning, then the cost will seem even heavier. At the time recurrence of disaster, the failure to learn from the previous incidents hurts the most. The massive earthquake in Gujarat and the subsequent chaos were indicators of how important prior planning is in managing relief and rehabilitation during various disasters. The Kutchh region required massive immediate assistance , however civil administration was unprepared for such crisis. Indian armed forces were employed for the relief from the begining. This made the need for a proper disaster mitigation plan very apparent. Learning from experience is essential in building a knowledge resource which would help in being better prepared in the future. CHAPTER II METHODOLOGY 1. Hypothesis. A common thread in a country’s response to disaster situation is military support to civilian authorities. India disaster relief mechanism in the present form lacks the required synergy between civil and military organisations to facilitate a synergised response. 2. Statement of Problem. The civil administration often falls back on the armed forces for assistance in crisis situations. Efficient disaster management mechanism, therefore, should incorporate the armed forces at each stage. The formulated plans should specify the assistance likely to be required in disaster situations. The most efficient system will be to have seamless integration in operations, with an aim of ‘core competency’ areas of each establishment giving its best in least time. The aim of the study is to examine the disaster relief mechanism existing in the country and analyze the interplay of various organizations in handling the disaster situation. Justification for the Study 3. Over the past few years, the Government has introduced a paradigm shift in the approach to disasters. Corner stone of this approach is the realisation that disaster management has to be multi-disciplinary and spanning across all the sectors of development. As calamities evoke extraordinary response, the civil authority’s reliance on the Armed Forces has also ever increased. Due to their quick response, Armed forces have become a ‘mantra’ in the hands of the state to respond to such calamities spanning from Law and Order problems to large scale disasters. Despite our country being extremely vulnerable and prone to natural calamities, no detailed hazard and vulnerability assessments have been carried out either at the State or the National level  . 4. Is the country adequately prepared with infrastructure and strategy against various natural disasters? There are differences of opinion on this issue. According to some, there are certain limitations, but overall, the country is well equipped. Others, however point out that the country does not have detailed vulnerability assessments, forcing it to only respond to calamities and organise reconstruction  . It is in this context that this study assumes greater importance. It will analyse various facets of disaster preparedness, evaluate existing structures for disasters management and put forward its recommendations. 5. For the purpose of this study disasters related to war, civil disturbance and slow disasters (Like crop failure, famine etc) will be kept out. Natural disasters (Like floods, earthquake etc) and the response of armed forces in helping civil administration would be the focus of the study. The study is basically confined to the role of Armed forces, to include Air Force and Navy in providing assistance to the civil authorities in all natural calamities. 6. Method of Data Collection. Data and information has been collected from Military Papers, periodicals, newspapers and books. Disaster management setup of the country has been derived from NDMA 2005
What is workplace violence exactly? Workplace violence is any type of action that involves the use of violent behavior like threats of physical violence, bullying, verbal or non-verbal threats that happens in the workplace (Domestic Violence Sourcebook, 2016, p.294). The workplace can be any location, the workplace can be either permanent and/or temporary. Workplace violence is a huge concern for companies and employees in both public and private areas of workplaces. Workplace violence often creates a threat to employees and public safety. Workplace violence can also influence the efficiency of the company. No company or organization is fully unaffected by workplace violence. For any person who is very concerned about the safety of their fellow employees and for themselves by the cause of a possible or a current violent situation in the workplace, then they should go and contact the department of security office at their workplace or go contact the police right away (Domestic Violence Sourcebook, 2016, p.295). One of the most possible places that can have workplace violence, are those that involved the issue of healthcare. The peer-reviewed articles may provide more inside information on the topic of workplace violence in healthcare workplaces. Workplace violence in the healthcare workplaces is a very serious job-related problem for nurses and other healthcare employees and healthcare professionals (Martinez, Johann, 2016, p.1). The most common form of workplace violence in healthcare workplaces is patient aggression. Patient aggression happens in emergency departments, psychiatrics and nursing homes. The types of workplace violence that are experienced by the nurses are either physical and/or verbal assault. Research has found that the staff, environment, and patient risk factors are the major causes of workplace violence in healthcare workplaces (Martinez, Johann, 2016, p.2). After an experience of workplace violence, nurses and other healthcare workers or professionals, they will experience notable negative physical and/or psychological consequences. According to the study on predictors of trivialization of workplace violence by Geoffrion and Lanctot, the main purpose of their study was to provide a quantitative examination of how individual characteristics influence trivialization of workplace violence (Geoffrion, Lanctôt, Marchand, Boyer, Guay, 2015, p.11). By using a victimization survey, the study has received the perceptions of 1141 people who work in healthcare and in law enforcement. The results of the survey showed individual and organizational predictors of workplace violence. One of the predictors is complaining about workplace violence. Basically, according to the results, old men and women are less likely to talk about the discomfort about workplace violence (Geoffrion, Lanctôt, Marchand, Boyer, Guay, 2015, p.11). Also, the sex of the worker is also a predictor of normalization of workplace violence. Men are more likely than women to think that workplace violence is just a part of the job. This finding is compatible with information on stress and sex, which proposes important defenses in recognition and coping skills of men and women (Geoffrion, Lanctôt, Marchand, Boyer, Guay, 2015, p.11). The result could also provide more information into the explanation of men being less likely than women to seek professional help. A possible reason is that men do not ask for help from people is that probably because men believes that violence is normal in the workplace. There is evidence that supports the idea of victimization plays a role in workplace contribution to the trivialization of workplace violence. In the study, most people were witnesses of acts of aggression, so if employees believe violence is just part of the job and they continue to witness violence in the workplace, the worker may more likely believe that they would be judged by their colleagues, and or supervisors if they complain about the workplace violence. In a cross-sectional by Liuyi Zhang and Anni Wang they wanted to determine the prevalence of workplace violence against Chinese nurses, and it’s influencing factors (Zhang, Wang, Xie, Zhou, Li, Yang, 2017, p.1). The results of the cross-sectional study revealed that nurses who have less work experience, who works a rotating roster, work in emergency rooms, pediatrics departments, have low levels of empathy, and those who work in bad nursing workplaces are more likely to experience workplace violence. The results from the cross-sectional study can help the healthcare managers to understand their employee’s status. Also, the study recommends to the leaders in charge of the nursing program to provide improved education and support for the high-risk groups in the nursing workplace to help in protecting nurses from the workplace violence in healthcare environments. In terms of workplace violence in the United States of America against healthcare workers, in January 2015, a surgeon at Brigham and Women’s hospital was shot and killed at work by the son of a dead patient (Phillips, 2016, p.2). The media didn’t really go into detail that even though murder is rare for a healthcare worker, workplace violence of healthcare workers or medical providers happen daily in the United States of America. One possible solution to prevent and/or reduce workplace violence is to find and identify people who are at risk to commit workplace violence, so certain safety precautions can be enforced to prevent the violence from happening in the workplace. Specific places like psychiatric units, nursing homes, and emergency departments are the most specific places where workplace violence happens for healthcare workers. One other suggestion to reduce and prevent the incidence of workplace violence was to predict the possibility of workplace violence based on medical diagnosis and traits. However, this method has been proven to be very difficult and it could lead to discrimination against certain patients. According to an analysis of data from perpetrators and victims have not found any specific characteristics that are considered useful in predicting the risk of workplace violence in healthcare environments. There have been a few suggestions with supporting information evidence to claim that they could reduce and/or prevent workplace violence from happening. One of the solutions is to have metal detectors. Metal detectors have been proven to be accurate and reliable in distinguishing episodes from all demographics and employment groups (Phillips, 2016, p.7). One other suggestion to reduce and/or prevent workplace violence is to start training the employees in aggression de-escalation techniques and start training the employees in the use of self-defense techniques. Workplace violence can happen in any company and organization since no company and organization is immune to having workplace violence. In this case one of the possible workplaces are workplaces that are involved in healthcare. Workplace violence is a serious issue for healthcare employees and professionals like doctors and nurses. In terms of the most common workplace violence nurses received are either physical and/or verbal assaults. In terms of the predictors of trivialization, the sex of the employee is a factor of normalization of workplace violence in both healthcare and law enforcement workplaces. Men are more likely than women to believe that the violence in the workplace is just a part of the job. However, in terms of witnesses, if they believe that the violence in the workplace is normal and continue to see workplace violence, they would start to believe that they would be judged if they complained. According to a cross-sectional study in China, they believe that nurses who have low work experience, work a rotating schedule, who works in emergency rooms are more likely to experience workplace violence. The study urges the leaders of the nursing program to provide education and support for the high-risk group in the nursing workplace to protect the nurses from workplace violence. In terms of workplace violence and Healthcare workplaces in the United States of America, a few suggestions to reduce and/or prevent further issues of workplace violence was to use metal detectors and teach employees aggression de-escalation techniques and self-defense techniques. Workplace violence is a serious job-related issue that must be stopped, to do that a deeper understanding of research on the topic must continue so we may have the answer. References Domestic violence sourcebook (5th). (2016). Detroit, MI: Omnigraphics, Inc. Geoffrion, S., Lanctôt, N., Marchand, A., Boyer, R.,
Sustainable Development: the Banking Sector Report. Many financial institutions have realized the importance of sustainable development. Several banks are currently involved in approaches, which help other business firms understand the importance of sustainable business practices. Banking institutions need to review their lending policies to ensure borrowers use credit obtained in a sustainable manner. Financial regulators need to establish strong codes of conduct to ensure banks comply with social and environmental regulations. Banks need to assess if their borrowers have complied with crucial environmental requirements before offering them credit (Stephens and Skinner 175). This will make them transact with customers who are willing to fulfill their social and environmental responsibilities. Some investments which banks finance impact greatly on climate change. They have been criticized for giving less attention to environmental and social issues. The banking sector needs to reclaim public trust and confidence to clean up its reputation. Many banks were heavily involved in the recent global financial crisis, whose effects continue to be felt in many economies. Many financial sectors are not well regulated, which makes it possible for some banks to engage in unethical practices. Banks need to include environmental and social compliance in the loan application criteria, before giving out credit to business owners. This will make them vet corporate loan applicants to determine their level of compliance to social and environmental goals. Banks award their top executives a lot of incentives and this contributes to income inequalities in many societies. These incentives encourage banks to pursue profitability more aggressively, at the expense of environmental and social issues (Stephens and Skinner 176). Many banks are only interested in good financial results, which do not have a positive impact on the society. SWIFT, an association of more than 10,000 banks operating in over 200 countries, has proposed radical measures to enable banks contribute positively to sustainable development. This association has introduced various proposals which advise banks to make a positive impact on social and environmental issues The initiative aims to encourage banks to develop products, which support socially sustainable businesses because they make a bigger impact on the lives of poor people. Small and medium enterprises, whose operations conform to social and environmental goals, need financial support to make a bigger impact in their industries. It is necessary for banks to provide them with adequate financing to make their operations more innovative. Banks need to implement effective processes, which enable them achieve sustainable development goals. They need to change their practices to make more people aware of the importance of sustainable development (Stephens and Skinner 178). Financial institutions need to change their attitudes towards social and environmental issues. They need to create effective systems to monitor if their borrowers are complying with crucial social and environmental standards. This will make it possible for them to assess if borrowers use loans for sustainable development. Banks need to provide low interest credit to lower income segments of the market, to enable them sustain positive relationships with their customers. Several European banks have been subjected to a lot of pressure by NGO’s and other watchdog bodies, to stop financing companies, which produce and sell arms (Struyk 330). Weapon manufacturers have been accused of fueling conflicts in war torn countries, which cause death, suffering and destruction. Therefore, financial institutions need to be vigilant on business ethics to ensure they finance ventures which give people hope for the future. Works Cited Stephens, Carolyn, and Chris Skinner. “Banks for a Better Planet? The Challenge of Sustainable Social and Environmental Development and The Emerging Response of The Banking Sector.” Environmental Development 5 (2013): 175-179. Print. Struyk, Zach. “Book Reviews.” Resources Conservation and Recycling 37 (2003): 329-333. Print. Sustainable Development: the Banking Sector Report
Share this: Facebook Twitter Reddit LinkedIn WhatsApp A justification for a systematic assessment that considers the role of the nurse and others to meet a patient’s holistic needs. Introduction A good nursing assessment provides the building blocks to form individualised patient care. To formulate a systematic assessment, models and frameworks are used together, such as the Model of Nursing (MoN) (Roper et al, 2008) and the Nursing Process (NP) (Melin-Johansson et al, 2017). The application of the NP framework helps to identify what holistic information needs to be gathered to form an effective plan of care following a five-stage framework; assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation (Kadioglu et al, 2017). The assessment stage of the NP provides a systematic structure to collecting, analysing and sorting information to inform a nursing care plan which identifies interventions to improve health (Kadioglu et al, 2017). The MoN helps to implement the assessment stage of the NP and gives a structure to obtaining information on the patient’s activities of daily living (ADL); mobility, sleeping, eating and excretion (Petiprin, 2016). Alongside, clinical assessment tools are used to gather specific, subjective and objective data to create a person-centred approach to care, for example Waterlow pressure area risk assessment tool (Waterlow, 2005). Assessment tools also highlight what specialist clinicians are needed to provide a multidisciplinary approach, such as tissue viability nurses can help advise on the prevention and treatment of pressure sores (Trueland, 2015). The role of the nurse is to take a pragmatic approach when applying the NP (Melin-Johansson et al, 2017) and the MoN (Roper et al, 2008) to make their assessment relevant to the patient and clinical area of practice. This assignment aims to look at the nurse’s role in the importance of systematic assessment, with the engagement of multidisciplinary working and the use of frameworks and models as supporting evidence to inform care. Furthermore, it will look at how assessment tools aid to inform holistic care planning and these tools will be applied to a nursing scenario to demonstrate their application. Scenario Leonie is a 58 year old female of African-Caribbean descent. She has been admitted to the pre-admission surgical clinical prior to planned surgery for her cardiac disease. Her coronary artery bypass graft surgery is planned for two days’ time. You are the nurse completing her pre-admission documentation and assessment. Leonie’s past medical history includes angina, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and bipolar disorder (manic-depressive illness). She takes a range of medications for her conditions. Leonie lives at home with her husband, Brian, in a terraced house. She has three children: one child lives at home and two children live several hundred miles away. Brian is present at the time of your assessment. Planned Assessment Approach The MoN (Roper et al, 2008) is based around maximising the independence of patients, through implementing interventions, to perform ADL (Petiprin, 2016). For the successful application of the model, the nurse will identify how the illness has impacted upon the patient’s normal classification of independence on a holistic scale. The key role of the nurse is to apply the model to synthesise a realistically achievable care plan, with the aim of returning the patient back to their normal state of health, by implementing holistic interventions (Holland et al, 2008).The model also recognises the importance of Maslow’s Hierarchy of needsand sets guidelines for interventions to help the nurse facilitate the patient reaching self-actualisation through not only physical recovery but with the importance of intellectual, emotional, socioeconomic stability (Best et al, 2008). Unfortunately, the MoN (Roper et al, 2008) has become a standardised approach and has often been referred to as a check list which limits person centred care planning (Nursing Times, 2012). It is also has limited successful application, as it is not always viable to complete an assessment on all aspects of ADL due to time constraints, patient compliance, lack of trust and therapeutic relationship (Chellel, 2001). Although as the NP (Melin-Johansson et al, 2017) advances, therapeutic relationships develop, and more aspects of the model can be fulfilled. Realistically this makes the MoN an ongoing assessment process which may not always be completed during the initial assessment, so needs to be re-evaluated throughout care planning (Barrett et al, 2009). The NP (Melin-Johansson et al, 2017) framework helps to systematically organise and plan care interventions using clinical judgment and critical thinking to evaluate patient’s holistic needs. With the combined application of the MoN (Roper et al, 2008), it identifies complex care needs and highlights the importance of specialist multidisciplinary engagement. It also provides the opportunity to create a trusting therapeutic relationship with the patient as it is heavily reliant upon their input to assess effectively (Toney-Butler and Unison-Pace, 2018). One of the recognised limitations of the NP (Melin-Johansson et al, 2017) is around a lack of knowledge and understanding that nurses may have in implementing it (Dougherty, 2015). This can be resolved through effective identification during ward auditing, which can identify patterns of incomplete and inconsistent holistic care planning and if nurses are working in line with care standards (Brady, 2004). The aim according to the National Clinical Auditing and Patient Outcomes Programme is to identify areas of concern and address these through clinical education and training (NHS, 2016). The combined approaches of the NP (Melin-Johansson et al, 2017) and MoN (Roper et al, 2008) are most suitable and effective in informing and synthesising the assessment of Leonie from admission to discharge and inform the plan of care through the application of assessment tools. At the start of an assessment the nurse’s role is to create a therapeutic environment whilst maintaining patient confidentiality (Mazqai, 2015). The nurse must maintain a non-judgemental approach in line with the NMC code of conduct ‘practise in a holistic, non-judgmental, caring and sensitive manner that avoids assumptions and recognises and respects individual choice’ (The Nursing
BUSI 3313 PMU Importance of a Marketing Plan for Businesses Discussion Paper
BUSI 3313 PMU Importance of a Marketing Plan for Businesses Discussion Paper.
In the Artifact , you will write the Research Title , Introduction Paragraph , and Reflection Paragraph . The artifact should be written in the context of the research and not in general.In the Introduction paragraph, you will write at least 5 to 6 full sentences, while considering the following points,Please write a brief introduction of the research,Write how the research is related to your major courseWhat skills you learned from that research.The Reflection paragraph must be at least 5 to 6 full sentences while considering the following points,Please write about your experience while working on that research.What knowledge you gained from that research.What advice would you like to give to your juniors or friends if they want to work on that research again.And how differently you would like to do if given another chance for working on that research.
BUSI 3313 PMU Importance of a Marketing Plan for Businesses Discussion Paper
Please write NO LESS than 1500 words (for both of the questions combined NOT for each question) using APA style to answer the following two questions. Use the textbook and any other resources to suppo
programming assignment help Use the textbook and any other resources to support your answer1. Describe the mixed economy of Canada and explain in detail its key economic indicators? 2. What is the difference between compliance-based and integrity-based ethics codes and explain the six steps that can be considered when setting up a corporate ethics code? Please use real business examples as needed.
Indiana State University Intense Armed Conflict Between States Discussion
Indiana State University Intense Armed Conflict Between States Discussion.
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answer should be longer than the rest of the questions. It is meant to be answered. It evaluates your overall understanding of the course material. 30 ptsQuestion 1: Utilizing the class discussions on war, briefly describe two major findings of wars (excluding causes). Then apply those findings to one of your war case studies.—————————————————————————————–General questions: The answers for these questions should be found in one or more of the course readings. You should draw your answer from as many readings as you want.undefinedPick 3 questions, 10 pts per questionQuestion 2: Which is more important, state sovereignty or the use of intervention to save lives? Do you agree with the “responsibility to protect” principle? Explain.Question 3: Does killing have the same meaning in war? What happens to the moderates who refuse to demonize the enemy? Question 4: Do you think the new types of war brought a “fundamental” change to the nature of war? How is the nature of war different from the forms of war? How can you use this argument to understand the new war theories’ assumptions?Question 5: Looking forward, what should we learn from the history of war?Question 6: Is nationalism the major reason for the formation of a nation-state? Why has nationalism spread across the world in the last two centuries? How has the rise of the modern state shaped the development of nationalism? How and why did nationalism develop into imperialism? ————————————————————————————————————–Specific questions: These questions are based on specific readings and your answer should be more specific. However, providing alternative explanations from other readings would grant you extra points.undefinedPick 3 questions, 5 pts per questionQuestion 7: What is a major dilemma and understanding war? Briefly describe hedges response to the dilemma. How does his argument fit into the controversial psychological perspective on war?Question 8: Explain Gramsci’s notion of hegemony. how can you use it to analyze the origins of war?Question 9: What is the democratic peace theory? What are the shortcomings of the democratic peace theory?Question 10: What are the three essential elements of realism? How to survive according to realism? What is realism’s stance considering ethics and morals? What are the main criticizing points against realism?Question 11: What is the impact of war on children in general and child soldiers in particular? Are child soldiers victims or perpetrators? What steps should be taken to minimize the long-lasting effects of war on children?Question 12: When analyzing a war, is it important to know who is doing “the bulk of fighting”? How can we measure that? Who is the initiator of a war? Is it the party that seizes another territory with no flight or the party that uses violence to defend it? How to decide the winners and losers of any war? —————————————————————————————————-Specific war questions: These questions are about specific war-related specific events. The answers are found in the readings we analyzed during the semester.undefinedPick 2 questions, 12.5 pts per questionQuestion 13: Briefly describe three different understanding of the causes of World War I that one might see by applying three different levels of analysis.Question 14: How does the idea of “Just War” fit into the context of the Arab Israeli conflict?Question 15: What role was played by Johnson’s advisors during the Vietnam war? How did Johnson’s personality affect US policy?Question 16: What impact did Saddam’s personality had in igniting the first Gulf War? Stoessinger talks about three fatal mistakes Saddam did that caused his defeat. What are they? Can you suggest another one? Question 17: Stoessinger brings up the wars in Rwanda and Darfur as examples of the 21st-century wars. Briefly describe his views about the origins of war in these two cases and how are they different from previous wars.
Indiana State University Intense Armed Conflict Between States Discussion
Applying Conversions in the Pharmacy, Module 01 Case Scenario help
Applying Conversions in the Pharmacy, Module 01 Case Scenario help.
A patient presents to
your pharmacy with the following prescriptions:
Scenario Regarding Levothyroxine Rx:
1. When you
enter levothyroxine into the computer, the only choices are given in mcg. How
many mcg does Levothyroxine 0.075 mg equal?
current prescription requires the patient to take one half of a tablet. The
patient is wondering if there is a tablet available that she would not need to
cut in half. What strength of levothyroxine (in mcg) could she take as a whole
3. How many tablets of levothyroxine will be dispensed?
Scenario Regarding Amoxicillin Rx:
4. How many total capsules of Amoxicillin will the patient
take per day?
5. How many mg of Amoxicillin will the patient be getting
6. How many capsules will be dispensed?
patient informs you that she cannot swallow these large capsules. You have a
suspension of Amoxicillin 250 mg per 5 ml available. The pharmacist asks you to
rewrite the prescription for verification. How many ml’s will the patient get
per dose? How many ml’s should be dispensed?
patient’s total at the cash register comes to $15.84. The patient asks you to
ring 20% of her bill as cash and the rest charge to her credit card. How much
will she pay in cash? How much will be charged to her credit card?
Applying Conversions in the Pharmacy, Module 01 Case Scenario help