My paper has been accepted. To attend the Building Simulation 2017, I need to apply conference grants from our government (because traveling to US and the conference are expensive). I have to submit the required documents for the application at least 2 months before the conference date. One of the requirement is an acceptance (invitation) letter confirming that my paper will be presented orally. However, I have to wait for several weeks to know whether I will presented orally. This situation is very difficult for us, especially because the early birth registration will last in the beginning of June. Could you help me by informing me earlier about my paper status? Othewise, I cannot attend the conference. Thanks for your help in advance. I am
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When first prompted with the assignment to volunteer 20 hours of my time somewhere off the University of Minnesota’s campus, I was quite stressed out because of the time commitment. However, as I was reading through the list of possible locations to volunteer one particular place grabbed my attention and made me feel as though it would not be as terrible of an experience that I assumed it would be for me. The name of this place was Waite House and thankfully it is currently the organization where I am engaging in my service-learning. Waite House is located in the Ventura Village neighborhood within the Phillips community in Minneapolis. Waite House caught my attention because not only was it a relatively short commute on the public transit system, but the description mentioned youth fitness and obesity/diabetes prevention. Not only am I educated in diabetes prevention, but I also have previous experience with fitness and working with youth. So, I applied to this organization because I felt as though Waite House would be the perfect placement for me.
Thank you very much for the feedback. Unfortunately, I didn’t receive Boston Rd Patients from the Care Transitions Team since 06/21/17 (my last notification was sent on 6/20/17).
In preparing to work with my client I reviewed the goals I had set from the first SIM: Caring for a client with mental health challenges. I felt that working with this client would require a large component of relations practice. I prepared myself with curiosity and understanding that it could be more challenging to develop a nurse-client relationship when in which my client would feel comfortable enough to share factors that had and were currently influencing his health experience. I also want to prepare myself of a situation that would be new to me. I had never worked with a client whom had tried to take their life. I wanted ensure I would give my client time for him to share his experience and feel that his caregiver was listening to
“The outcome of the simulation is unpredictable and demonstrates how strategizing with limited resources can make meeting even the most basic needs very challenging for a family.” (Community Action Partnership, (2017).
I am so happy that the session went really well. The time and effort that you put into this session is greatly appreciated! I, too, cannot wait to see how they apply their learnings to their classrooms. My Bay Area connection, Diana Phuong, is cc’ed on this email and she would be happy to connect you to the TFA – Bay Area. Also, my corps members who were unable to attend were wondering if you’d be willing to offer a make-up session.
This week in sub-acute, we were educating patient actors on how to use their BiPAP machine. My partner and I worked well together in the simulation. I explained how the BIPAP machine work to the patient and my partner explained the mask fitting and maintenance of the machine. The whole simulation went smooth, and the patient actor seemed relaxed and retaining the information. This was later confirmed, when the patient actor reviewed us. In the review, he commented how he felt very comfortable with us and we were very professional. Overall I would give myself a self-assessment score for sub-acute simulations 4.
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