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  • Cedar Fair Entertainment Analysis Essay

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    Analyze the business-level strategies for the corporation you chose to determine the business-level strategy you think is most important to the long-term success of the firm and whether or not you judge this to be a good choice. Cedar Fair Entertainment is one of the top amusement parks in the world. Their main office is located in Sandusky, Ohio. Cedar Fair owns and operates 11 amusement parks, six outdoor water parks, one indoor water park as well as five hotels (Cedar Fair, 2013). One of the

  • The Life Of Kings Island

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    Kings Island is a 364-acre amusement park located in Mason, Ohio. The park is currently owned by Cedar Fair, but was first opened in 1972 by Taft Broadcasting Company. King’s Island was opened in an effort to move and expand Coney Island. After 275 million in capital investments, Kings Island is home to eighty rides, shows, and attractions. Throughout its history, it has received national recognition for record breaking attraction and events.1 Kings Island is divided into several themed sections

  • Relevant Laws And Legal Authority

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    Relevant laws and legal authority The conduct of biomedical research that involves the human subjects deals with many ethical and legal issues and these issues must be handled by the law to make sure transparency in the research. The legal issues have concerned lawyers, policy makers, researchers, philosophers, scientists, and clinicians for many years and the end result was the formulation of laws in conductance of human subject research.(Kapp, 2006). In July 12, 1974 the National Research Act was

  • The Code Of Ethics For Nurses

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    and responsibilities of a nurse. The chosen provisions being discussed will refer to the three main principles of patient autonomy, patient confidentiality, and patient rights. Patient Autonomy Provision 1.4 The Right to Self-Determination: Patients have the right to self-determination and individuals should have control over their own lives. With respect for human autonomy comes respect for patient rights. Apart of the nurses job is to promote, advocate and protect the rights, health, and safety

  • The Issue Of The Aboriginal Community

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    involved. Aboriginal Peoples Responsibilities The responsibilities are of course split between all parties; Aboriginals as a whole must hold there end of the weight with help from others in their new society. They (the Aboriginals) must strive for autonomy within their native reserves and put individuals in power who will guide the reserves forward, and away from the high levels of corruption that have plagued them for so long (Russell, 2012). Aboriginals must also demand more meaningful attention

  • Electronic Health Record Security Essay

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    Name: Bayo Oshunlalu Unit #: 7 Unit Title: Electronic Health Record Security Qu. 1. How should Sari approach the situation? Insert your response to Qu. 1. ………………………… This case is unique due to the fact that it comprises of inadvertent data disclosure, and how to deal with a grieving employee; on one hand, the healthcare organization has the obligation to investigate the recent data breach, and to rectify that problem. The other aspect of this case focuses on the recent passing of Marrisa’s

  • A Short Note On Diabetes And Mexican Immigrants

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    Increased Diabetes in Mexican Immigrants Health Problem Introduction The foundation of the United States was built on migration. Every year new immigrants are coming into the country. Grieco et al. (2010) stated that in 2012 there were 11.7 million immigrants from Mexico living in America. Diabetes among Mexican immigrants have been increasing over the years, and now considered the highest risk group of getting diabetes (Barcellos, Goldman, & Smith, 2012; O’Brien, Alos, Davey, Bueno, & Whitaker,

  • The Ethical Issue of Participants Giving Informed Consent before a Study

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    study. Ethical approval from the institutional review board on campus will be acquired before the start of the study. There is an agency in Canada that consists of the CIHR, SSHRC, and the NSERC, with the purpose of governing research ethics. The autonomy of participants in the study must be respected and that they should be able to decide whether or not to take part in the research without being interference. All aspects of the study must be explained to the elderly patients, such as the purpose

  • Case of Analysis: Tarco Gmbh. Organization and Design

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    1. HOSPI’s sales and production departments seem to have different organizational cultures. Can you describe the different characteristics? Are there reasons beyond the personalities of the sales and production manager that these different cultures should have developed? These two departments, production and sales, have clearly different approaches of the organization culture. On one hand, the sales department, as the consultant identified in his analysis, takes into account heavily the external

  • The Impact Of Consent On Professional Practice

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    The Impact of Consent on Professional Practice This assignment will consist of discussing and identifying issues that directly impact on the professional practice of nursing with the concept of consent. During my nursing placement, I witnessed consent occurring on a day-to-day basis. “A fundamental principle underlying ethical practice is ‘informed consent.’” (Dobson, 2008) Such as the consent to treatment is fundamental, as all healthcare professionals have a responsibility to ensure that they