HEALTHCARE QUALITY AND LIABILITY

“Healthcare Quality” and “Liability and Quality In this paper, I examine the quality of healthcare, the challenges facing the implementation of the basic guidelines and also healthcare quality organizations and the steps they have taken to improve their service delivery. I will also propose a measure that each organization can take to enhance their quality. The paper will name the various types of medical errors and their related costs and the initiatives that a given healthcare organization can put in place to counter them. I will also identify the fundamental principles of standard care that would be beneficial to the said institution. The paper will explain the importance of proper reporting of both medical and non-medical errors, the hospital’s corporate ability compared to that of each employee’s remote liability in the event of an error and the various steps that an organization can take to reduce these errors. It also Read More …

parents-children relationship

The problem of the relationship between parents and children has always been topical. It will be relevant as long as the mankind exists. All children think that they arespecial, but parents are not always show the same affection to all children. There are often some children who are more beloved byparents than others. This interesting topic is covered in the article written by a group of specialists from the Cornell University (Suitor). It investigates the statistics on cases of “parental differential treatment” (PDT).According to this article, parents are not predisposed to admit that they are more benevolent to some of their progeny. Children usually feel different. They are inclined to think about themselves as more or less favorite in compare with other children. Thus, interviewing of parents and childrenseparatelycan give inaccurate results. More objective results might be obtained by questioning children and parents together, using videotaping.The facts set out in Read More …

How Poverty Affect Children in their Early Childhood Education

Poverty affects the likelihoods of children’s educational achievement and concurrently educational achievement is one of the instruments of evading debt. In nearly all features of family life and consequences for children, poverty remains a persistent issue across the globe with deadly impacts. Child development means the ordered rise of codependent skill of sensorimotor social-emotional functioning, and cognitive language. These rely on child’s larger social network, physical being, and family context. Educational outcome or results in this paper incorporate school readiness, educational attainment, drop-out, and number of education accomplished. School readiness is a wide collection of skills that impacts children’s capability to learn in kindergarten. IMPACT OF POVERTY ON CHILDREN’S EARLY EDUCATIONAL AND DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES In every state, poverty imposes a long-lasting stress for kids and families that may inhibit successful change to development errands, comprising educational prosperity. Children brought up in low-income backgrounds are at risk for social and academic Read More …

The Kite Runner

The novel Kite Runner is a storyline set against the backdrop of tumultuous events following the decline of Afghanistan’s monarchy under the Soviet Military intention. It also gives a detailed ordeal of the migration of refugees and Taliban to Pakistan and U.S.The main characters are Amir, Hassan and Baba, who take the center stage and play dignified roles in the novel. The narrator of the storyis Amir. He is a Sunni Muslim and the main protagonist in the novel. He undergoes a traumatic childhood experience in Afghanistan and strives hard to establish his true identity despite his devastating childhood encounters.Amir and Hassan spend their childhood days playing kite fight in the hitherto peaceful city of Kabul.Nevertheless, Hassan is a successful ‘kite runner’ for Amir.The novel creatively uses lots of stylistic devices to describe circumstances. Symbolism is one of them. Its prominence in the book implies that there is much to Read More …