essential in underpinning and providing satisfactory care as a health practitioner, these are known as; assessment, communication, professional judgement and decision-making, risk management, record keeping and documentation and managing uncertainty. The essay will begin with an introduction to Sabrina’s medical history/care and background and will then go on to discuss communication and documentation. Sabrina’s family was originally from Bangladesh, Although she has grew up in Britain and is bilingual.
Mouth, eye, skin, joint, and vascular complications (related to the inflammatory activity of the disease). Complications Mouth, eye, skin, joint, and vascular complications (related to the inflammatory activity of the disease). Fistulas. Abscess. Obstruction. Muco-bloody. Faces Mushy-watery. lower-risk Risk of colorectal cancer Higher-risk Superficial inflammation which means that it actually affect the top layer. Histological difference Transmural inflammation which means
carried out in 28 African countries, from Mauritania and the Ivory Coast in the west to Egypt, Somalia and Tanzania in the east, and a few ethnic groups in Asia (Abusharaf). It's estimated that more than 137 million women and girls have undergone the surgery and that another estimated 2 million will undergo it each year (Bosch 1177). There are different types of female circumcision, depending on the culture and the country. They range from mild pricks, piercings or stretching of the clitoris and/or
Reflection Competency in Communication Skills This reflective essay is based on my experience as a health care assistant in the operative theatre working as a circulating nurse for a vascular access list. It will also highlight the important aspect of communication within the theatre practitioners when working with patients who are under local or general anaesthetic. I will explore a critical incident and also reflect on my own personal experience. I aim to use this experience to bring out the
Over a thousand years ago, Europe experienced one of its greatest periods of cultural enlightenment.Islam in Spain has had a fundamental presence in the culture and history of the nation. The religion was present inmodern Spanish soil from 711 until 1492 under the rule of the Arabs and Moors of al-Andalus.Islamic Spain was a multi-cultural mix of the people of three great monotheistic religions: Muslims,Christians, and Jews.For more than three centuries in Medieval Spain, Muslims, Jews and Christians