S: YMR stated that she had been living with her mother about one year, has is a newcomer. YMR lived with her maternal grandmother for many years back in her country. YMR stated that when she arrived to the U.S., she found out that her mother was pregnant, She shared that her mother did not want to tell her because she did not know how the client was going to react. YMR stated that she was happy because her mother had had four miscarries before. YMR explained that almost at the same time that she started living with her mother, the mother's partner and father of the child that her mother was going to have moved into her home. YMR stated that her mom used to work from 6am-12pm and the YMR spent a lot of time with her mother's partner. YMR stated that this man has
The reporting party (RP) stated resident Arev Dabbagh DOB: 12/27/00 disclosed on 4/15/16 she inappropriately touched by a male peer. According to the Arev on 4/14/16 a peer Ibraheem Mamoori DOB: 9/2/98) placed his hand on her shoulder and continued downwards towards her breast. The peer touched her breast over he clothing. The resident was distraught while she recounted the incident. Arev alluded to their being other incidents with the peer and other unknown males. Arev didn't disclose details or clarification. Arev was placed voluntarily in the facility by her mother and will continue her placement for a few more weeks. The peer is currently placed on a 5150 hold and will not have access to Arev in the future.
I presented Esteban’s case during case consultation because I noticed that I had countertransference when doing his intake. My expectation when presenting this case was to receive feedback that would help me to provide effective treatment to Esteban without my countertransference affecting his treatment. This section of the paper will talk about the feedback I received about my countertransference and how to support Esteban.
Documentation in the employee personal file indicated that the provider failed to obtain criminal record clearance for the employee in accordance with the Code of Virginia 32.1-162.9:1. 12VAC30-120-930, 12VAC30-120-950 AND 12VAC30-120-960 state, “Providers are responsible for complying with §32.1-162.9:1 of the Code of Virginia regarding
The WVSA was built in two phases around 1967. WVSA went online for primary treatment plant in 1968. In 1988, the WVSA decided to add the second treatment plant. The modification occurred when the second treatment plant was built. The second treatment plant allowed the removal of organic matter to reach 97%.
Between the years 2008 and 2010, the VHA hospitals and outpatient clinics that participated in the MOVE! program, screened for obesity and had 66% to 95% eligible patients within that time span. The number of patients attending the first session for the program has doubled. Approximately two-thirds of the 114,541 patients that attended the MOVE! treatment in 2010 said it was their first time attending. The other third has been participating in the program for years. The number of participants joining the MOVE! program has increased within the past few years.
The five-day SAV was very productive in establishing direct relationships and understanding the religious support in the AOR. We meet with the 1-228 and JTF-B Unit Ministry Teams (UMTs). We have the opportunity meet and welcome the incoming 1/228 AVN REG Chaplain and farewell the outgoing Chaplain.
Over the past 38 years, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence has been a leader in providing services and resources to victims as well as survivors of domestic violence. Originally, the NCADV began at the United States Commission on Civil Rights working to help battered women, but it quickly expanded. The group grew from only one hundred members to thousands of members and they worked together in order to help others with their experiences not only with domestic violence, but also homophobia, sexism, racism, and ageism. The NCADV officially became a nonprofit organization on September 22, 1978, in which they placed their focus on victims and survivors of domestic violence as well as abuse.
Most nurses decide to take this journey to transition because acute care settings are switching towards an overall RN health care provider, and this makes it harder for the LVN to find a position in the hospital. In my case, transitioning to a role of an RN means becoming more knowledgeable and confident as a nurse, as well as being able to do more for my patients. The expectations are higher of the RN’s even if they have some of the same duties as the LVN’s. In my understanding, the RN’s have to analyze issues even further and use critical thinking to determine what certain conditions are and how they relate to the patient. As an LVN with one year of experience working in home health, I have some experience with situations that require critical
CVS Health (formerly CVS Corporation and CVS Caremark Corporation) (formalized as CVS Health) is an American retail pharmaceutical and healthcare company. In 1963 originating from the parent company, Mark Steven, Inc., became a chain of health and beauty aid stores, which after several years, added pharmacies (CVS health, n.d.). In 2007 the CVS Corporation merged with the pharmacy benefit management company Caremark Rx and was renamed CVS Caremark Corporation (CVS health, n.d.). In 2014 CVS Caremark Corporation renamed itself, CVS Health, following the decision to remove tobacco products from CVS Pharmacy store (CVS health, n.d.). In 2016, CVS Health ranked seventh on the Fortune 500 and 18th on the Fortune Global 500 list (CVS health, n.d.).
Richard is doing his best to provide great services to Veterans, however; following case reviews Richard was advised not to serve Veterans with missing SBE’s, spouses of Veterans if they don’t meet required criteria or TSM still on active duty. Justifications for activity codes should be provided, as well as justification on why the Vet is added on the case note. There were some issued codes present and the follow ups should be in timely manner.
Mr. Smith is a 56-year-old Caucasian man who is being evaluated in the emergency room with progressively worsening chest pain that began 2 hours ago. The patient describes the pain as pressure in the center of his chest. He rates his pain 7/10. He reports the pain is now radiating down his left arm and through to his back, he is diaphoretic, and complaining of shortness of breath. He denies nausea or vomiting.
BIDV is established to cover development infrastructure perspective for the State bank of Vietnam. For this reason, the largest shareholder with dominant ownership at 95.76% is The State bank of Vietnam. The other minority shareholders are domestic organizations and individuals with 4.23% number of shares. The international shareholders only account 0.01% of the total of shares.