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STDs in Schools: Primary Care Plan for Improvements

Sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) are the major health problem that affects a significant part of sexually active population globally. The most prevalent STDs are genital herpes (HSV), papillomavirus (HPV), chlamydia, gonorrhea, syphilis, and trichomoniasis (World Health Organization [WHO], 2016). Adolescents and young adults are the most vulnerable population. This group of people acquires nearly half…

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Cultural Barriers in Nursing

Nowadays, nurses play a crucial role in providing proper care for patients, education, as well as case management to progressively diverse patient population, which is complicated by linguistic, cultural and health literacy barriers. Nurses have great opportunities for facilitating the correlation between health literacy and patient culture distinctions. There is a need to address the…

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Pediatric SOAP Note

Name: Jack Anderson Date: Sex: Male Age/DOB/Place of Birth: 9 years. 10/12/2010. Austin, Texas. SUBJECTIVE The majority of the information and complaints were obtained from the patient. More in-depth information and medical history were provided by patient’s father, Mr. Anderson, who initiated the visit to the hospital. Historian: Jack is white Caucasian. He is the only…

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Electronic Health Records

Technological progress as well as the rapid development of electronic data and the Internet have influenced almost every sphere of life. The Healthcare industry has experienced some modifications as well. In particular, the secure sharing of health information that is kept in the form of electronic health records (EHRs) became possible due to health information…

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Nursing Process in the Delivery of Culturally Competent Health Care

The ever-increasing multicultural population in the United States requires culturally competent health care. The paper will seek to evaluate the application of the nursing process in the delivery of culturally competent health care to diverse population groups. There has been an increase in the diversity of the United States population caused by the influx of…

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Soap Note Well-Adolescent Visit

Initials: C.R. Age: 13 years old. D.O.B: 09/17/2005. Gender: male. Race: Caucasian. C.R. came with his mother. Subjective: Chief complaint: “I came for a well visit.” History of present illness: C.R. came for his well-child examination. The patient does not have any complaints. Home: C.R. lives with his parents and older sister of 15 years…

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