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Guidance Leaflet
Tenpin Guidance Leaflet
This is a guidance leaflet aimed towards Tenpin employees it will give you knowledge and
understanding regarding HR policies, procedures and guidance on high standards of conduct.
Internal factors
These can impact on the employment relationship (over and above statutory minimum)
Probation– All new employees must complete and be successful in a three month probation period
(management six months). All employees are subject to meet set criteria by their final review sign
off in areas of:– * CPL on line training. Training in basic skills such as Safety at Work, Food Safety
and Fire Awareness. Subject to minimum pass levels within these courses. * Measurements against
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Employee rights and benefits * Written contract of employment/ guaranteed working hours * Rights
to request flexible working * Rights not to be discriminated against * Statutory holiday, maternity,
paternity and adoption pay * Statutory minimum wage * Minimum rest breaks
Worker's rights and benefits * Protection against unlawful discrimination/ protection against wage
deductions * Right not to be treated less favourable then an employee if work part–time (Prevention
of Less Favourable Treatment Act 200) * Work to terms of contract of employers * Statutory
minimum wage * Statutory minimum holiday, maternity, paternity and adoption pay * Minimum
rest breaks
Self– employed Rights * Rights and responsibility set out in terms of contract with their client *
Protected for their health and safety on our premises * In some cases protected against
discrimination (Equality Act) * Responsible for own equipment * No holiday pay entitlement *
Accountable for paying own NI and tax
(Malcolm Martin, Fiona Whiting and Tricia Jackson, human resources practice, employment status
p.51, p.52)
Tenpin believes it's most important to
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Preventing Alcoholism
Introduction Alcoholism affects all elements of health. Overuse of alcohol affects physical health as
it affects the functioning of the liver; mental health as it affects the ability to think clearly and
coherently; emotional health as it affects the ability to recognise and express emotions correctly.
Social health is affected as alcohol may affect a person's ability to create and maintain relationships,
finally and most importantly it affects societal health as the individual's actions can have an adverse
affect on everyone around them. Alcohol related injuries and diseases are the cause of 207, 800
National Health Service (NHS) admissions in 2006 compared to 93, 500 in 1996.¹ This increase of
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The Piccadilly Project is a supportive and informative leaflet, outlining the services the organisation
provides both to people with alcohol problems and their friends and relatives. It also focuses on
drinking guidelines for the alcohol user to make drinking alcohol safer. It provides diagrams
showing weekly alcohol unit consumption as either low risk, hazardous or harmful for both men and
women. It also provides a telephone number and map with directions to the organisation's office and
their opening hours. The colour red is used in the leaflet for the front cover, the subtitles and the
harmful section of the diagram, this indicates danger to the reader and reinforces the point that over–
consumption of alcohol is dangerous. Safer Communities is more of a supportive and preventative
leaflet as it provides details of the risks to health of excess alcohol consumption in order for the
reader to understand their drinking and guidelines on how to drink less. It provides a quiz allowing
the reader to assess whether it would be advisable to see further advice on alcohol consumption, it
includes pictures of alcohol inside the leaflet and corks on the front cover to grab and hold the
reader's attention. Both leaflets health promotion strategies are appropriate to an extent, but neither
are perfect. The Safer Communities leaflet address the issue, explain the
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How Did Sophie Sholl Influence The Nazi Party
The legacy of Sophie Scholl, her brother, Hans, and the other members of the White Rose
movement still stands in high regard in the minds of many Germans and people from all parts of the
world, however it is often questioned whether Sophie was truly able to create a change amongst the
German people and assist in the end of the war, or if she evoked a response through her martyrdom.
Sophie's introduced to the ideals that lead her to oppose the Nazi party came a young age, through
the views of her parents, who taught their children to be free thinkers and were later openly opposed
to Hitler's ideas of Aryan supremacy. She noticed that advice that she received from her parents
contrasted what she was taught by the League of German Girls, a Hitler–established youth group
that she was a part of. This would have allowed her to see the manipulation of the young population
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Blindly they follow their seducers into ruin... Are we to be forever a nation which is hated and
rejected by all mankind?" – Extract from the 5th White Rose Leaflet Through her distribution of
these leaflets, Sophie was able to impact many people and change their viewpoint on the Nazi party,
allowing them to see the destruction that the war was causing. Sophie and Hans were caught by
Jakob Schmidt, a member of the Nazi party, who had seen them distributing the sixth leaflet at the
University of Munich. The leaflets were linked back to Christoph Probst, their friend who had
written many of the leaflets. They were put on trial and were all sentenced to execution. Despite the
circumstances, Sophie never stopped believing in her ideals. She was offered a chance to be set free
by transferring the blame to Hans and Christoph, but declined, showing how she was willing give
her life for the cause that she wholeheartedly believed in. They were executed by guillotine the day
after the
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Service Improvement Essay
For my service improvement project I thought that it would be a good idea to produce a leaflet for
patients containing information about the nursing team the leaflet would be freely available to
patients being located on the wall of the waiting room along with other information leaflets. It
would also be a good idea if the leaflets were made available in reception, as this is the patients first
point of call, it may be possible to place the leaflets on the reception service area or in a close
proximity. In addition, the leaflets could also be located in the GP rooms for issue to patients and
they could also be given out by the nursing team , at the end of appointments, for future reference .
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(NHS, 2013) The NHSIQ also recommends "small scale tests of change" and the use of PDSA. The
main objective of the leaflet is to provide patients with a full knowledge and understanding of the
roles of the nursing team so they can make appointments directly, with trained, specialist nurses and
thus cut their waiting time by half. This will result in an improved patient experience and a
reduction of in the number of appointments made with G.P's, patients who need to see a GP rather
than a member of the nursing team, will have reduced waiting times. Therefore, patients could
benefit "twofold" from the service improvement project. Another aim of the project is to regulate the
nursing team information across the nine surgeries of the practice. To summarise, the overall targets
are to: Equip patients, relatives and carers with the knowledge of the nurse procedures and who to
approach Improve patient care, service and experience Free–up GP appointments Fully utilise the
skills and expertise of the nursing
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A Comparison of Two Media Texts Essay
A Comparison of Two Media Texts I am going to compare two articles about medical testing on
animals. One is a newspaper article written by Polly Toynbee and is called 'Sorry, but I think dying
people are more important than dumb animals,' this was published in the Guardian. The other is a
leaflet with the title 'It's a crying shame' which is design for animal aid. The Guardian news article is
for medical testing on animals. The Animal Aid is against medical testing on animals. Both texts are
aimed at the general public who are old enough to have an educated opinion. The newspaper article
taken from the Guardian is very basic and is set out like a typical newspaper article would be. The
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The picture of Polly Toynbee in the article from the Guardian does not affect the argument and in
my opinion serves no purpose because it has no relevance to the topic of the article. The picture on
the front of the Animal Aid leaflet has the purpose of showing how animals suffer during and after
they have been put through a series of test that harm them. I think it is a very powerful image and
supports the leaflets objective. The other two images on the reverse side of the Animal Aid leaflet
have the same affect as the main image on the front. They both portray the suffering of animals
during and after harmful tests. Again I think they are very powerful and they support the objectives
of the leaflet. 'It's a crying shame' is the title for the Animal Aid. It links in with the picture on the
front because the dog seems to be crying. The two combined are very powerful and create a
sympathetic attitude for the reader so they are more likely to agree and donate. The words 'shame'
does not represent anger towards the persons who carry out the medical tests, it is a calm word so it
makes you sympathise towards the animals. It meets its purpose of making the reader pity the
animals. The other two on the reverse of the leaflet serve the same purpose as the main image on the
front. The image from the Guardian article does not relate to medical testing on animals because
images of
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3mer Guidance Leaflet
Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development 3MER Supporting Good Practice in Managing
Employment Relations Assignment and Content Activity Investigate resources and write a guidance
leaflet which covers key points of the areas detailed below. The impact of employment law at the
start of the employment relationship including: * 2 Internal and 2 external factors which can impact
on the employment relationship * 3 different types of employment status and 3 reasons why it is
important to clarify/determine an individual's employment status Employee rights during the
employee relationship including: * The importance of work life balance and related legislation
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Pay and reward systems exist in the form of pay, bonuses and benefits, financial and non–financial
and designed to improve performance, increase motivation, staff retention and increase profitability.
Appreciation and gratitude is widely received as reward and the opportunity for training and
development for career progression. A good culture encompassing strong values, vision, morale's
and beliefs and behaviours expressed by employers and employees of an organisation can be the
driver of the overall performance of a company. A good culture can help support the implementation
of changes and new initiatives and are likely to be supported by those involved. 2 External factors
and there impacts: The economic climate surrounding a company can determine many things and
can have financial implications as well as affecting the levels productivity. Economic growth can
lead to a lack of employees available to fill positions because the labor market is saturated with jobs.
A company will look to offer higher wages, more benefits and incentive programs to entice potential
candidates and will invest in current employees with training and development to help retain the
staff and promote succession planning throughout the company. A downturn in economic growth
can have the opposite effect. Companies have a tendency to cut the workforce to maintain profit
margins, thus applying extra pressure to the remaining employees, causing extra work loads, poor
morale and a high
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Personality and Motivation Leaflet
Personality – the sums of the characteristics that make a person unique– BTEC NATIONAL SPORT
Personality – the sums of the characteristics that make a person unique– BTEC NATIONAL SPORT
1)Martens Schematic view. 2) The Psycho dynamic theory 3)Trait Theory 4) Situational approach 5)
Interactional theory 1)Martens Schematic view. 2) The Psycho dynamic theory 3)Trait Theory 4)
Situational approach 5) Interactional theory There are a number of theories and approaches that have
been suggested to try to explain personality and how it can influence sports performance. The main
theories you will look at are: There are a number of theories and approaches that have been
suggested to try to explain personality and how it can ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
For example, in the same day you might be captaining your college sports team where you show a
lot of leadership behaviours, then working as an employee at your part–time job where you will
have to follow a lot of instructions. The psychological core is what people often call 'the real you'
and is the part of you that contains your beliefs, values, attitudes and interests; these aspects are seen
as being relatively constant or stable. Typical responses are the usual ways that you respond to the
world around you or different situations you may find yourself in. For example, you may always get
angry and shout after being intentionally fouled in football because you feel that deliberate fouls are
un–sporting behaviour, but you may be quiet and shy when you meet people for the first time
because you don't want to overawe them. Your role–related behaviour is often determined by the
circumstances you find yourself in and this is the most changeable aspect of personality. Put simply,
your personality changes as your perception of your environment changes. For example, in the same
day you might be captaining your college sports team where you show a lot of leadership
behaviours, then working as an employee at your part–time job where you will have to follow a lot
of instructions. Marten's schematic view In this view, personality is seen as having three different
levels that are related to each
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The Influence Of The White Rose
The White Rose was a non–violent organization standing up against Nazis and the Holocaust. The
founders of the White Rose were students at the University of Munich, Hans & Sophie Scholl,
Christoph Probst, Willi Graf, and Alexander Schmorell. One of the reasons that the White Rose was
and is still famous is because it was one of the first all German groups to stand up against the Nazis
and thier genocidal policies. The main founder, Hans Scholl, started the movement with his sister
and his friends because he was a soldier in the eastern front and saw what the Nazis were doing first
hand. The way they all got the word out was with leaflets they made that put down the Nazi regime
and encouraged the other students to join their cause. After Germany
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Comparative Study for Feature Extraction of Hevea Leaflet...
Rubber trees, or scientifically known as Hevea Brasiliensis from Euphorbiaceous family, are
particularly prevalent in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, southern part of India and the southwestern
part of Sri Lanka [1]. Today, rubber tree has been the main source of natural rubber for use
worldwide. It has high export potentials and is rated as one of the most profitable Agri–industrial
ventures [2]. Asian's well known Rubber tree boards are (RRIM) (Malaysia), RRII (India), RRIC
(Sri Lanka), and BPM (Thailand). For decades, these countries have sustained the clone
development process for maintaining a successful breeding program. Rubber tree boards have the
main role in recommending and distributing clones to the cultivators. One of the important factors
that could affect the properties of raw natural rubber is the clonal origin of the rubber tree [3]. The
process of clone inspection and verification is very critical because it is important for cultivators to
possess rubber clones that produce a high latex yield and having the desired properties in planting of
the rubber tree. One of the ways of clone identification is based on physical characteristics of leaves.
However, this clone verification method requires experts with adequate experience. Therefore, the
automation of this process is the subject of new research for clone classification. Plant classification
and recognition methods are being performed on plant components such as flowers, leaves, and
barks of leaves [3].
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Racist Leaflet Analysis
The Racist Leaflet was distributed in Birmingham, a segregated neighborhood, by white
supremacists who were involved in the KKK and/or White Citizens' Council. This defamatory act
against the protests of the Civil Rights Movement shows the fear white supremacists had of the
possibility of a desegregated Birmingham. It symbolizes efforts of white supremacists to protect
White America by denigrating the legitimacy of sit–in demonstrations through the use of racist
depictions and caricatures to perpetuate negative beliefs about black people. The title, "Rules for
Conduct for Sit Down Demonstrations", mocks the self–policing of civil rights activists had to do in
order to appear non–threatening to be humanized and diminishes the effectiveness of
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The Leaflet Written by Friends of the Earth
The Leaflet Written by Friends of the Earth
This is a leaflet written by Friends of the Earth where the audience targeted are British, the
mahogany furniture lovers. The layout of the leaflet is eye–catching forces the readers to read on.
This leaflet was produced in 1992 for the Friends of the Earth. The writer was an Indian from
Brazil's Amazonian forests. It was produced to gain support from British public and to gain their
help to stop deforesting in Brazil.
The writer uses eye–catching big bold letters in the heading along with the word 'YOU' to attract
readers. The writer uses this word for two reasons, one being involving the readers with the leaflet
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The trees give the fruit we eat. We want the honey from the trees, the fruits and all there is to be
eaten in the forest (line93–96)'. The repetition of word 'we' emphasises that these are the survival
means for the Indians and these means should not be taken away from them by deforesting. The
writer also uses personifications to win audience's hearts and says, 'many other trees are damaged in
the death struggles of the big mahoganies (line 91–92)' and 'it is greed that is killing us, and the trees
and animals (line98–99)'. The writer indirectly blames the British people for the murders of Indians
and the deforesting of Amazonian forests by saying, 'your greed for mahogany. You in Britain buy
more than half the mahogany Brazil produces (100–101)'.
The aim of the leaflet is to stop the deforestation for the sake of mahogany and the writer
emotionally plays with reader's hearts readers by involving them and with his/hers excellent use of
emotive language. The writer draws reader's attention with the words like, 'look (line102)' and 'listen
(104)' followed by exclamation marks and metaphors. The writer says, 'That deep red glow in your
mahogany dinner table is the blood of murdered Indians (line 102–103)' and another metaphor with
the use of alliteration, 'The clatter of your mahogany luxuries is the gunfire that killed Indian
children'. These two metaphors are very
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Argument Analysis: General Anaesthetics
This leaflet is designed for a patient who is a heavy smoker and needed to have a general anaesthetic
for a laparoscopic hernia repair. The patient is a man in his 40–50's and is of a large build. He
seemed very anxious during pre–assessment as he had a high blood pressure and was quite fidgety.
While observing him, he was found to have a shortness of breath while talking to the nurse and
when walking to the toilet. The patient admitted that he smokes around 30 roll ups a day and did
want to some on trying to stop smoking completely. In addition, the patient had recently recovered
from a severe chest infection. He explained how he suffered immensely from it which was another
reason why he wanted to stop. Since the patient was going to have a general anaesthetic for his
procedure, the nurse told him he needed to cut down on smoking two days prior to coming in as well
as to avoid smoking on the day. As this was the first time the patient was going to have a general
anaesthetic, he did not know that smoking could have an effect on it and said that he would find it
difficult to up down. This health promotion topic hence was chosen as smoking before having a
general anaesthetic can have an effect on the patient during surgery and how ... Show more content
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In order to improve the leaflet, it would be more fitting to state the benefits of stopping smoking
before coming into surgery, creating a positive feel to the leaflet. In addition, stating the benefits
may encourage the patient o cut down or stop smoking once the see the positive effects this has on
them, particularly since the patient did want to stop smoking. Furthermore, additional information
about where the patient could get support in order to quit smoking could also be included such as
going to their local
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The White Rose Leaflets Analysis
The Urban Experience surrounding the White Rose Leaflets The Third Reich in Germany was a
time of strict rule and absolute commitment to the Chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler. People
were often arrested and even murdered for any type of negative remark regarding Hitler or his army.
If people disliked Hitler openly they would be hanged or even guillotined, which was the fate of two
anti– National Socialist Party family members, Hans and Sophie Scholl. Hans and Sophie Scholl
were two very important members of the White Rose, which was an intellectual resistance group
that informed the public through leaflets about Hitler's evil and encouraged the public to resist him.
The urban experience of Schwabing, a section of Munich known for its bohemian ... Show more
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Unlike other children at this time, the Scholl's father, Robert Scholl, expressed his anti–Nazi views
openly to his entire family, which may have helped the Scholl children see the truth behind Hitler's
lies. Despite their father's feelings about Hitler, Hans and Sophie were still both enticed by their new
leader and his lavish promises, so they both joined pro–Hitler programs, the Hitler Youth and The
League of German Girls. Even as members of these pro–Hitler programs, they could not escape
Robert Scholl's ideologies that were engraved in the back of their minds. An excerpt from the
German Listeners Radio Series by Thomas Mann in July of 1943 went on to say, "This susceptibility
of German Youth–The youth in particular– To the National Socialist Revolution of lies was painful"
(221). Other children at this time were deeply influenced by the Hitler Youth, which enabled Hitler
to continue spreading his domination all over Munich. Through the Nazi programs Hans and Sophie
soon realized that their feelings did not match up with those of Hitler's Party. Hans and Sophie both
got caught reading banned books by Jewish authors and faced criticism from their Nazi
organizations. Hans was caught reading one of his favorite books by a Jew, Stefan Zweig, which
may have been a crucial
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Effects Of The Atomic Bomb On Hiroshima And Nagasaki
n August 6, 1945 the US dropped an atomic bomb on japan in hiroshima and nagasaki in world war
two that devastated japan and the world. This event caused debates to whether this act was
necessary. This bomb was very effective in ending the war quickly and successfully. The atomic
bomb didn't just end the war quickly but also saved us from fighting another war with other
countries that saw us weak when hiroshima struck the US first. The bomb dropping on hiroshima
was justified because japan attacked the US naval base before a proper declaration of war and
therefore forced the US to counter attack in an unrestricted way. The atomic bomb ended the war
between japan and the US and denied any more future casualties to occur if the US didn't end
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Alexander Schmorell's The White Rose
It was an extraordinary thing, to risk your life for ink on paper, and pay for it all with the rolling of
your disembodied head. In World War II Germany, where a once glorious country had been stripped
of any honor or freedom by their Fuhrer, Adolf Hitler. The right to speak with your tongue and mind
was a foreign concept, yet a group of ambitious and well–rounded students from Munich University
rose up with their pen and paper that spoke volume against Nazi Germany's violence and
discrimination. The White Rose was a nonviolence–based group of students who went against
Hitler's intolerant regime through thought–provoking leaflets and other writings, encouraging others
to look beyond the government–controlled media with their efforts that would ... Show more content
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Yet, they stood proud on their beliefs, and the two siblings did their best to take all the blame. The
Scholl children were interrogated for seventeen hours straight and apart from one another. There was
an air of incredulity around them during the trial, when Sophie herself had tried to convince Judge
Freisler and the court of the truth beyond German propaganda, as the judge himself had never been
outside of Germany during the war. The two of them along with another White Rose member,
Christoph Probst, were found guilty of high treason and had to face the guillotine. Sophie faced the
guillotine first out of all three, followed by Christoph and her brother. Hans' final words were,
"Freedom will live!" (Holocaust Biographies: Hans and Sophie Scholl). After their deaths, the state
of the White Rose was chaotic. Huber, along with other members such as Alexander Schmorell,
Willi Graf, and eleven others were arrested and sentenced to death after fourteen hours of trial. The
core members of the White Rose were all dead, yet it did not halt surviving members from
disseminating the sixth leaflet before their arrest. The rest of the White Rose whose involvement
was not as intense faced imprisonment for nearly over twelve years. It was a group of students that
struck fear into the heart of Nazis and hope into the silenced Germans that would carry on even after
the forced disbandment of the White
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Leaflet Critique
ABSTRACT
This study involves critically appraising five different health promotional leaflets in relation to
teenage health fitness and exercise. The analysis includes the evaluation of design, the effectiveness
of illustration, textual layout, typography and contents. The organisation of material, language,
readability, learning and motivation is also assessed. All five leaflets are looked at in comparison to
each other, highlighting out all the pros and cons. With this information, a Health Education leaflet
is designed to encourage teenage exercise. This leaflet will incorporate all the necessary points
needed for a health promotion leaflet. This will be followed by a rational and a conclusion.
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Critical Comparison of Leaflets
Certain attributes should be taken into consideration when designing a health promotional
information leaflet. Information such as, the size of the leaflet and the target audience. A good leaflet
should capture the attention of the intended audience; Catchy headlines, attractive images, and
colours used. The information should be poignant, short sentences and should motivate action. A
formula that needs to be remembered when creating a leaflet is "AIDA" – Attention, Interest, Desire
and Action. All the leaflets encompass the above criteria
Appendix 1 Fit Kids CDC (Children Development Centre)
Appendix 2 Active Teen Fit
Appendix 3 BLAST OFF with Lazy Town and Change4Life
Appendix 4 physical Activities and Mental Health
Appendix 5 Exercise is Good For You (NHS )
DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION
All five leaflets have different characteristics and each design is distinctive to its target audience
(kids and whole family). The "Fit Kids" leaflet has a very simple design. It has illustrations of kids
performing different exercises such as football, running, and dancing. This leaflet is not very
colourful. It gives you the source of information. The caption "Fit Kids" is ambiguous and gives
room for misinterpretation. For example, is it designed for only kids who are fit or for all kids? Does
it cater for special needs kids as well? What
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Unit 1 Assignment Math Research
After reading the question I was confident I could answer the question correctly and provide
adequate demonstration for the solution. First step of the question was to use a fraction to find part
of the whole number. The second step subtraction using the total of the leaflets and subtracting the
yellow leaflets to give the amount of blue leaflets. Step three required taking the total amount of
blue leaflets and using a percentage to answer the amount of smudged leaflets. I converted the
percentage to a fraction to construct an equation. To solve the equation I cancelled the zeros from
800 and 100 next I multiplied 8 x 5 giving the total of 40, the correct answer. Another method to
solve this problem. The math used in this problem is percentages,
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The White Rose: Hans Scholl And Schmorell
The beginnings of the White Rose started with a group of medical students who talked about new
cultural ideas and subjects far beyond their love of medicine, avoided politics altogether. As the
Regime became increasingly worrying, some of the group realized they must take action. Hans
Scholl and Alexander Schmorell began the White Rose, writing the first four leaflets between June
twenty–fourth and July twelfth. Hans wrote the first and the fourth and Schmorell wrote the second
and third, while George Wittenstein edited the third and fourth ones. These leaflets mentioned Nazi
crimes, the extermination of Jews, Hiter's dictatorship, and decreasing amounts of personal
freedoms for German citizens. Additionally, it called the Nazi Regime evil,
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What Is The Moral Obligation Of The White Rose By Adolf...
Many Germans falsely believed that Adolf Hitler, with his audacity and palpable devotion to his
country, had the ability to successfully repair and reunite a broken Germany. Hitler's rise to power
imposed a new set of rules on the German population as a whole. Any citizen who showed
opposition to the Nazi regime risked allegations of treason. With their unrivaled bravery, only one
group, composed of students from the University of Munich, dared to speak out against the Nazi
ruling party. This group, known as the White Rose, risked their lives by distributing leaflets that
condemned the Nazi regime and its deadly policies. Though they knew that they faced almost
certain death, the White Rose continued to fight tirelessly because their courage assured those who
secretly opposed Hitler that they were not alone, and enlightened those who were not yet conscious
of his murderous intentions. The White Rose symbolizes the importance of fighting for freedom if it
is ever jeopardized. The non–violent resistance movement, which was initiated in 1942 by Hans
Scholl, was composed of college students from the University of Munich. In her book The White
Rose, the eldest of the Scholl children, Inge Scholl, describes that these students felt it was their
moral obligation to "try to kindle ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
In order to be as secretive as possible, they worked late in the night (Scholl, 37). They met secretly
in a garden house behind the apartment where Hans and Sophie Scholl lived (Scholl, 41). Here, they
printed thousands of leaflets using a duplicating machine. Since the mimeograph machine had to be
hand–cranked, the students took turns cranking it (Vinke, 136). In her book, Inge Scholl describes
that though the group was filled with fear of being caught by the Gestapo, "a great sense of
satisfaction also filled them as they worked" (Scholl,
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Unit 301 Understanding Roles leaflet
Mr. Peter Bowen Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and
Training Unit 301 The areas covered within this leaflet are: The teaching role and responsibilities in
education and training How the teaching/training role involves working with other professionals The
boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles including points of referral to
meet the needs of learners The key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of
practice relevant to the roles and responsibilities of our own professional role As teacher's we are
committing to a life time of learning and development of ourselves and our learners. The roles and
responsibilities in education and training. These are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
Teachers will inevitably be in contact with other professionals daily. It is always important to treat
these professionals with respect. These professionals may include some of the following:
Management, OFSTED, Colleagues, Reprographics department, Suppliers and external agencies An
example might be, external agencies required to repair classrooms or equipment so as the lesson or
course may proceed. The boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles,
including points of referral to meet the needs of learners. Some learners may have needs that exceed
what we the teacher can offer. It is our role as the teacher to recognise our own boundaries and refer
the learner elsewhere. It is of utmost importance that as a teacher you do not cross boundaries with
learners by becoming too familiar. During lessons it may become apparent that a learner has a
specific need that requires help such as financial guidance, bereavement, dyslexia, or help with
maths/English skills. We would refer them to an appropriate professional such as finance staff,
welfare centre or counselling staff to ensure they get the help and advice they need. Some of
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Essay On Work Based Learning
My reflection on work based learning task will include an explanation of why I chose to develop
drug allergy testing leaflet; the source of the leaflet information; an analysis on the design of the
leaflet including overall readability of the information; an evaluation of the information content
contained in the leaflet based on target audience; the relevance and impact of this leaflet in
promoting patient understanding; and lastly an overview of the assignment with reference to
application to future development.
The major priority for UK National Health Service(NHS) is the effective communication with
patients and involve them in the decisions of their health care(1). To enable patients to make
informed decision, patients must be given clear and sufficient information, in a way they can
understand(2). The main essence of effective communication is by discussion tailored to individual's
situation.
Verbal information is essential in relaying information to patients, however, it has to be conducted in
balanced way, in a way patients can understand whenever possible, in a place and time when they
are best able to process and retain the information.
However, it is sometimes difficult to convey as much information or support in the process of
making decision as medical practitioner or patient would like to, especially when there is limited
available resources, manpower and time pressure on busy clinic. Even medical practioners skill in
communication, some complicated medical
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The White Rose Research Paper
The main students in the White Rose consisted of five people: Sophie Scholl, her brother Hans
Scholl, Alex Schmorell, Willi Graf, and Christoph Probst, all of which were in their early twenties.
Between June 1942 and February 1943, they created and spread six different leaflets, in which they
showed the opposition of the German citizens to Nazi oppression and fascism. Huber created the
final two leaflets. A seventh leaflet, written by Christoph Probst, was found in the possession of
Hans Scholl when he was arrested by the Gestapo, who destroyed it. In 1942, Alex Schmorell and
Hans Scholl created four leaflets. They copied them on a typewriter with as many copies as could be
made, not exceeding 100, and spread them within Germany. These
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Critical Analysis of Health Promotion Leaflet
Critical analysis of health promotion leaflet This essay aims to critically appraise a health promotion
leaflet (Appendix 1), which at present is incorporated in a health promotion campaign from the
NHS. The evaluation of this leaflet will consist of: where the leaflet was sourced; a rationalization of
the selected leaflet; the nurse's role in relation to health education and health promotion with the use
of leaflets; examine the leaflets use of illustrations, design and layout; substance of the information
which s enclosed in the leaflet; pore over the leaflets readability information supported with
literature on readability test; the leaflets target audience; ethnical concerns and application to
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Bernier (1993) verbalize that each paragraph should begin by detailing the most important known
information firstly, prior to expanding to bring in any new information. The paragraph should then
finish up by concluding all main points described within. Appendix 1 has chosen paragraphs for the
layout and not bullets points. Shaddock (2002) suggests that illustrations such as photographs,
medical diagrams and charts are often used in leaflets to entice the reader to pick the leaflet up and
read on. The use of illustrations such as pictures and text can help readers with poor literacy skills
(Godsell and Scarborough 2006). Appendix 1 has a medical diagram and five individual close–up
portraits of girls of school age, there are relaxed and smiling giving the impression that the
vaccination is a positive and straightforward experience (Hall et al 2007). There are 5 health
promotion approaches that consist of: behavioural change approach; societal change approach;
medical approach; educational approach and client–centred approach (Ewles and Simnett 2003).
Appendix 1 uses the educational approach to enlighten 16–17 years olds on the human papilloma
virus vaccination. The educational approach presents the target audience with a platform of
information so that the client/patient can make a knowledgeable evaluation whether to take part in
the vaccination programme. However the nurse must be prepared and able to accept that not
clients/patients will pursue the nurse's
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Us Army Psychological Operations Research Paper
Abstract
Over 80 years ago a young Army officer changed the face of battle employing Psychological
Warfare that left lasting effects regarding the method of modern–day employment of Military
Information Support Operations (MISO) by Psychological Operations (PSYOP) forces. Major
General (MG) Robert Alexis McClure was a psychological warfare specialist and is considered the
founder of U.S. Army Psychological Operations (source). Soldiers assigned to conventional forces
certainly have never heard of him, and even most Special Operations Forces (SOF) soldiers have
only a small understanding of the beginnings of special warfare with its roots in Psychological
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Army Psychological Operations. This paper will focus on the founder of doctrinal Psychological
Warfare for the U.S. Army and the legacy he left for those to follow.
The Making of the Master
A native of Mattoon, Illinois, McClure joined the Army in 1915 and earned his commission as an
Army officer in 1917, serving seventeen years as a Captain in a variety of assignments throughout
the U.S., the Philippines, China and England. While serving as the military attaché to the American
Embassy in London, General Dwight D. Eisenhower appointed McClure as chief of intelligence for
the European theater of operations in 1942 (Paddock, n.d.).
As the Allies prepared to invade North Africa, McClure was charged with control of the newly
formed Information and Censorship Section for the Allied Forces headquarters (Paddock, n.d.).
Endearingly referred to as the "INC," the Information and Censorship Section was a conglomeration
of civilian and military personnel from various Allied organizations to conduct psychological
warfare, civil affairs and public relations using various forms of dissemination means such as radio,
leaflet, signals, front line, occupation, domestic propaganda censorship that enhanced the Allied
efforts both stateside and abroad during the
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Argumentative Essay On The White Rose
The White Rose
From 1933 to 1945, Germany was under the leadership of Adolf Hitler and the Nationalist Socialist
German Party, or Nazi Party. The group promoted German pride and Anti–Semitism, hate towards
Jews, and expressed disgust towards the Treaty of Versailles, a peace document signed between
Germany and the Allies at the end of World War 1 (History.com Staff). In order to grow his
movement, Hitler recruited Germans for his armies, his factory workers, and his death camp guards.
Because of this, it was easy to assume that all Germans supported the Nazi dictatorship and the ideas
they preached. However, throughout this time period many Germans of different political and
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Meanwhile for Sophie, as an art lover she watched her favorite artists leave the country because they
refused to create the forms of art Hitler deemed acceptable. Also, she discovered that many of her
favorite books were placed under the " banned books" list because they had been written by Jewish
authors. As a result of these experiences, both Hans and Sophie realized that Hitler was not
proposing to build a new world for everyone, but that his true plan was to build a utopia where
blond, blue–eyed Aryans thrived and those that did not match this description were imprisoned,
tortured, and killed ("Hans Scholl").
After years of mandatory national service, both Hans and Sophie found themselves attending the
University of Munich. Because Hans had started going to the school a few years before Sophie
joined him, he already had a group of friends that shared the same beliefs as him and his sister, so
Sophie easily befriended them as well. Together they discussed the ugliness of war and Hitler's
actions. In time they came to believe that they should do more than just talk about their ideas and
actually start acting upon them. The group decided to print and hand out leaflets calling resistance to
Hitler, and began calling themselves the White Rose. Some of the members were Christoph Probst,
Alexander Schmorell, Willi Graf, and even a philosophy professor at the university named Kurt
Huber ("Hans Scholl").
Between June 1942 and
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Psychological Operations During Operation Desert Storm
The uses of Information Operations during Operation Desert Storm, specifically Psychological
Operations were used to influence the enemy's moral as well as influence the way the enemy
approached the coalition forces. What was important during these operations was the way the enemy
was engaged with the PSYOP operations, from leaflets being dropped as well as loud speakers being
used to spread pre–recorded messages. Reaching the enemy through these means was a way to
ensure that the enemy's moral was diminished greatly to enable coalition forces operations against
the Iraqi military.
What had occurred before these operations were to take place, was a invasion of Kuwait by the Iraqi
military, which resulted in coalition forces mobilizing in order to counter this threat of Iraq taking
over Kuwait and disrupting economic means within the country. The use of Psychological
Operations during Operation Desert Storm was not the first time, PSYOP had been used to affect an
enemy through Information Operations. What was seen, were the addition of new technology that
further assisted in the Information Operations that had occurred during these offensives. The
objective during these operations were to affect the way the Iraqi military had maintained their
moral, as well as target the Iraqi military through various means, including the "voice of Kuwait"
radio, as well as leaflets being dropped. The metrics that were used to evaluate the effectiveness of
these operations were seen from the
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ASDA communication methods
ASDA – STRATEGIC DECISIONS
ASDA is a large organisation that operates internationally; therefore they have branches in different
areas. Their main targets are families, and they do everything towards making good customer
satisfaction. In order to make this possible they communicate with their customers and employees
through different methods. ASDA has their strategic decisions to operate and keep the customers
informed.
First method used in ASDA is dropping leaflets/catalogues. This is a written method of
communication, which displays all the goods that the store provides. The leaflets are usually sent
through post to the customers houses, where from they can analyse the items specifications, prices
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Therefore ASDA`s webpage includes all the information you need from products, to company`s
history and job vacancies. The strategy used by ASDA is pretty much the same as the written
leaflets, whereby the webpage is always updated and it has the latest products, promotions and
vacancies. As I said the strategy used is to promote ASDA`s products, but in this case their target
market is the young people and families which are too busy to shop in the store, and they can do it at
home from their own comfort.
In order to have the webpage working 24/7, the online and mobile shopping working; the IT
department is doing all the technical things. Usually they have to keep the systems updated and to
buy or install programs to provide appropriate information. Also the IT is connecting all the
equipment and servers to maintain the company website to be satisfactory for the clients. All the
shopping lists go straight to the administration department which makes sure all the orders have
been met and customers are satisfied.
The benefits of the company are that they get more orders online and usually people are ordering a
large number of goods at the same time, which means the company`s income increases. Another
benefit for the company is customer satisfaction, by being able to order from home, more customers
will be attracted and they will order from ASDA. Asda Home Shopping is a great way to save time
and money. It's quick and convenient – and lots of customers
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White Roses, Group That Will Always Be Remembered
White Roses, Group That Will Always Be Remembered The White Roses group was very popular
during the time of Hitler's regime. This group attempted to do something that was very dangerous
and could have gotten a lot more people killed. In the end it did get the two leaders killed. What the
White Roses was attempting to do was a brave and courageous thing, there wasn't many other
groups that was doing things this big. Background The White Roses was a group in Germany that
tried to change people's ideas of Hitler. This amazing group was trying to solve a million issues in
just a little bit of time. Hitler was doing something that everyone knew wasn't good; the White
Roses stood up to Hitler against all odds. In 1993 millions of copies of the last leaflet were dropped
over top of germany (Burns). The main reason the group made the Leaflets was because many
people needed to be informed. A lot of people had no idea what was going on and thought Hitler
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The members of the White Roses were very serious about getting all of the leaflets out. The group
transported a lot over the borders and in the air. Surprisingly the members didn't get caught earlier.
Papers call Leaflets was the way that the group got the information around. "At great risk, "White
Rose" members transported and mailed mimeographed leaflets that denounced the regime," ("White
Rose"). At one point in time, the White Roses would release thousands of Leaflets. In 1992 the first
ever Leaflet from the group was released. "One day in 1942, copies of a leaflet entitled "The White
Rose" suddenly appeared at the University of Munich. The leaflet contained an anonymous essay
that said that the Nazi system had slowly imprisoned the German people and was now destroying
them," ("Hornberger"). These Leaflets being released really gave light to others; there really was a
sense of hope to many of the German
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Essay on Risk of Impaired Wound Healing
Introduction.
This report will discuss the risk of impaired wound healing, amongst patients in the community.
Patients may be at risk due to increased age, malnutrition and underlying medical conditions
(Timmons, 2003, White, 2008). However, this report concerns with patients' knowledge deficit
about the importance of nutrition, which may be the risk factor (Casey, 1998, Dealey, 2005,
Timmons, 2003). In this respect, a management package in the form of a leaflet aimed at these
patients has been prepared, (see appendix), which may improve patients' knowledge. The report will
evaluate how the risk could be minimised by using this leaflet.
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In the UK, there are 200,000 patients, who have slow healing wounds, which costs National Health
Services £2.3–£3.1 billions per year and it reduces patients' quality of life and mobility (Posnett &
Franks, 2008). In addition, patients may have sleeping difficulties due to painful wound (Posnett &
Franks, 2008). Patients may become depressed, isolated and have impaired body image due pain and
embarrassment of unpleasant wound odour (Santy, 2008).
From observation, currently, the risk of delayed wound healing is managed, by nursing interventions
and verbal health promotion, which may be due to the deficiency of packages designed for patients.
This is supported by Collier (2003), who highlights the importance of nursing assessment,
interventions and evaluation in improving wound healing. However, the importance of patients'
education, about balanced nutrition and dietary control of diabetes, may not be under estimated, as
this may reduce the risk of infection and improve wounds healing (Casey, 1998, Dealey, 2005,
Kemp, 2001, Timmons 2003, Ward, 2002). According to patients' experience, their knowledge about
nutrition helped them to achieve wound healing (Wound Care Information Network, 2008). For
example, balanced proteins intake may encourage tissue repairs, as well as vitamin C intake may
reduce the risk of infection, which may improve wound healing (Kemp, 2001, Ward,
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Service Improvement In Health And Social Care
In order to understand whether this service improvement would become successful in identifying
patients who need sexual health advice it would need to be implemented into a local setting, to see
the impact of applying this to practise. If it was successful, it could then be expanded into other
hospitals, and then nationally. This would mean that finances could be implemented safely and
sensibly at first, as opposed to going nationally straight away, and the improvement failing, leading
to a waste of money, resources and staff time (NHS Improvement, 2012).
The implementation of the leaflet needs to be maintained and checked for progress, this stage is vital
within the implementation of the improvement, as progress needs to be consistently checked ...
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This success should then be shared. This could be done through sharing good practise. Sharing good
practise regarding this service improvement could be done in many ways. Conferences for Sexual
Health are held by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV yearly, which the nurses from
the pilot area could attend to share the success of their project, to pass on to nurses from other areas
and promote this health promotion service improvement. The Council for Healthcare Regulatory
(2012) state that they share good practice and knowledge with other regulatory bodies, and this
enables for new ideas to be placed into every day practise, therefore, upon audit of this leaflet being
implemented, The Council for Healthcare Regulatory could be contacted and disseminate this
service improvement. The Royal College of Nursing hosts the National Collaborating Centre for
Nursing and Supportive Care, which is commissioned by NICE (Rapu, 2007) and is held in order to
develop guidelines, which nurses are invited to. Therefore, some of the nurses involved in the pilot
study of the implementation of this leaflet would be invited; along with the nurse lead to disseminate
this information and hopefully, this could become a national implementation if it was shown to be a
success. In recent times, social media is an obvious tool in order to share good practise (Smith,
2015), and has led to a higher number of successful nurse–lead implementations (Barry and
Hardiker, 2012), therefore, social media would be used, in a professional manner to promote this
service
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Hypothetical Southern White Reaction to the Distribution...
This source was published just after, and is referring to, the arrest of Rosa May Parks on December
1st, 1955. Parks was arrested for refusing to move from her bus seat for a white passenger when
asked to by the racist bus driver, James Blake. The two had met before in 1943 when Parks had
boarded Blake?s bus from the front door, which was for whites only. Blake told Parks to exit the bus
and re–enter from the rear door where she was supposed to but as Parks got off of the bus, Blake
drove off leaving her to walk home. This defiance by Parks had created a major turning point in civil
rights by sparking the start of the civil rights movement.
This source shows us what life was like for the black community, specifically black women, in the
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The NAACP?s aim of the boycott was to show its members and black people nationwide what was
achievable if they acted together as a whole. Many black people took this message on board and
started to act as a community.
At an early stage in the ?Montgomery Bus Boycott? Martin Luther King Jr. was asked, by the
NAACP, to step in and lead the movement, to which he accepted. The ?Montgomery Bus Boycott?
was King?s start in the civil rights movement to which he later became a role model. He was found
leading the boycott by the police and was then arrested, as boycotts of any sort at that time were
illegal. Many blacks and northern anti–segregation whites donated to the NAACP, which paid for
King?s release. The NAACP also helped pay for legal fees for black people who were accused of
crimes that they didn?t commit.
There were many pro segregation communities and groups during the boycott. Most southern whites
were members of The Ku Klux Klan or the white councils. During the boycott the membership of
the white councils doubled so that over a two month period the membership increased from six to
twelve thousand members! Not all American communities were pro segregation though. President
Truman, along with most northern whites and The American churches, both black and white,
believed in anti–segregation. President Truman, who was a deeply racist man himself, knew that
racism
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Vietnam Propaganda; Planting a Seed in the Mind of...
Vietnam in 1954 was a country that had nationalism flowing in their veins after the decades of being
under French and for a short time the Japanese rule. All the Vietnamese wanted was to be its own
country. The North started fighting back the French and did whatever they could to take back their
homeland. The French were beginning to feel this under the numerous attacks the Vietnamese
started against them. A number of nations met to determine how the French could peacefully
withdraw. The Geneva Accords came from the meetings and a cease fire was initiated. The French
left and their was a temporary division along the 17th parallel. A democratic election was to be held
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The leaflets pointed directly at the American ideals. However, early in the war, all of the Viet Cong
leaflets were simple hand–written text with very short messages. These short messages were shot
and to the point, but very powerful. They hit americans specifically saying they were doing things
that they weren't. In their eyes though everything they were doing were these words or they were
used just to weaken the american resolve. (NATIONAL LIBERATION)
The pamphlet to the left read in vietnamese, "Stop the war, G.I.'s! Don't fight the Vietnamese who
are struggling for Peace, Independence and Freedom." (Propaganda Leaflets) Leaflets were made
like this to try to have americans feel sympathy and realize that their struggle is a one that everyone
struggles for. That everyone wants freedom especially the Vietnamese that have been repressed. As
the Vietnam War continued, the North Vietnamese reported on the public opinion in the United
States. Specifically the American public's reaction to any massacre of innocent civilians. After
careful research they saw the Americans showing sympathy. Vietnamese then began to orchestrate a
program to denigrate the U.S. military. They showed this by saying that the killing of the innocents
was not accidental but a policy deliberately fostered by the U.S. High Command in Vietnam.
General William Westmoreland was one such person singled out by the
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Ctp Case Studies
4.2.2 Quality of the information in each Pet/CT department – IRL (based on survey answer) In order
to quantify which hospital provide the patient with enough and sufficient information, each response
for each variable in the question was made with a point score (Score sheet explained in details in
Appendix 4). Score Type Poor Information Not Enough Information Acceptable Information Good
Information High information (0% – 20%) (21% – 40%) (41% – 60%) (61% – 80%) (81%– 100%)
PET/CT 1 70.50% PET/CT 2 45.20% PET/CT 3 56.80% PET/CT 4 44.20% PET/CT 5 55% Total 4
1 % 66.67 16.7 Table 4.4.: Distribution of the PET/CT department– IRL Table 4.4. Showed that only
One (16.6%) PET/CT department in IRL provide the patient with good sufficient information, where
4 (66.6%) of the PET/CT department provide the patient with acceptable information. Figure 4.9. :
The quality of the information in each PET/CT department – IRL Based on the score sheet
developed by the researcher (Appendix 3), the result were demonstrated in figure 4.9., all PET/CT
departments participant in the survey their concern were to provide the patient with sufficient
information about PET/CT procedure in first place with an average (mean = 56%), followed by
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The second leaflet provide acceptable information to the patient (59.09%), where the PET/CT
information part was good information (66%) and good design quality (75%). The last leaflet, had
the highest score (66.87%) indicate that they provide the patient with good information leaflet, with
good PET/CT information (66%) and a good design quality
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Unit 9 D1
Research Before we created our promotional materials such as posters, leaflets and flyers, we had to
make sure that we were able to find a suitable price in which we can budget according to our
finances. During our research, we were able to locate a suitable printing agency in which we could
print our promotional materials in bulk, so we could hand out in the local area to help promote the
business. The advantage of the agency we chose for printing our material was that they were able to
print our promotional materials within 2 working days and that any deliveries that took place could
be tracked on the website when u log on to it, this to make sure that the delivery is going according
to plan. By selecting the amount we though would be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The reason behind this decision was that we believed that consumers would be more likely to read a
poster that had a limited amount of writing on the poster rather than having a 'jammed' pack poster
full of writing and fewer pictures. By just stating the important points and more use of pictures
proved to be more eye catching for us and potential consumers. This could help achieve the aims of
this organisation as students and working class people could notice this poster when they shop at
local newsagents or public areas when they go to work or college. Although these won't be
distributed to houses like leaflets, they will be situated at public areas such as on buses or some of
the local shops nearby. This would increase customer awareness of the business on a whole or be a
drawback as some people like the elderly who do not shop as often as other student are more likely
to miss the poster rather than students who walk past on a day to day
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Hans And Sophie Scholl: The White Rose Movement
Emma Mueller (23%)
Mrs. Fagbongbe
B – Block
December 1, 2015
Hans and Sophie Scholl (The White Rose)
The White Rose movement was a group of college students from the University of Munich who
were opposed to Nazis performing massacres. This non–violent resistance group was founded in
June of 1942 by Hans Scholl, Sophie Scholl, Christoph Probst, Alexander Schmorell, Willi Graf,
Kurt Huber, and many others. The members of the group were motivated to oppose Hitler because
of the terrors that Hans Scholl saw with his own eyes, the wrong teachings in German Youth Group,
and the 'abominable crimes' of the Nazi's tyranny. In all, the White Rose members were remarkable
people, they did courageous actions against the Nazis, and they died in honor because ... Show more
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Even though they knew they were risking their lives, they did as much resisting till they could not.
Most of the members were killed in the year of 1943, but the most significant members died earlier
in the year on February 22, 1943. These important leaders were Hans, Sophie, and Christoph. On the
day when they were arrested, they were caught handing out leaflets at the University of Munich, and
a university custodian, Jakob Schmid, betrayed Hans, Sophie, and Christoph by turning them into
the Gestapo. Soon after the heart–breaking arrest, many of the other members were caught and
arrested. These other participants were Kurt Huber, Willi Graf, Alexander Schmorell, and several
others not mentioned. In all, the members' blessings ran out and they were trapped and were headed
for trial. In all dissatisfaction, they were taken to the People's Court in Berlin to be trialed by head
judge, Roland Freisler. Roland Freisler ruled with no second thought that they were guilty of high
treason and were to be sentenced to death on February 22, 1943. When their trial ended, Hans Scholl
and Sophie Scholl were sent off to Stadelheim prison and were arranged one visit with their parents,
to say their saddening goodbyes. All in all, they died in Munich trying unravel the secrets of the
genocides of the German people and Jews from all over. Sadly, no one really believed them till
afterwards because everyone was too petrified of the
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Essay on Leaflet Nvq 2
Index * Types of abuse. * Correct action to take if you suspect an individual is being abused. *
Correction action to take if an individual tells you their being abused. * How to ensure that any
evidence of abuse is kept safe. * National policies that set out requirements for safeguarding
individuals. * Local and organisational systems for safeguarding. * Roles of different agencies and
professionals that are involved in safeguarding. * Sources and advice, support and information to
help social care workers understand their own role in safeguarding.
Types of abuse
Physical abuse
Physical abuse means when someone injuries you and causes pain.
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Neglect by others
Neglect by others means when someone knowing is ignoring and/or with holding physical or
medical care.
Signs:
Not getting enough food, stopping you accessing medical help.
Correct action to take if you suspect an individual is being abused.
In an emergency, if you think the person is being abused and is at the risk of being harmed and
needs immediate police protection, call the police 999 or contact adult social care helpline on 0300
200 1005 or child line 0800 111 11.
Correct action to take if an individual tells you they are being abused.
To write everything down they tell you, report it to the appropriate bodies' i.e. manager. Reassure
them and tell them they're going to be safe but you are going to have to tell someone as we have a
duty of care.
How to ensure that any evidence of abuse is kept safe.
Attend to any injuries and seek medical help, if the abuse is of a sexual nature then to seek medical
help before attending the injuries.
As soon as possible write down details od the incident, including location, time, the nature of the
abuse, other person present. Don't put your own opinion or assumption, to time, date and sign
document. Document can be used in court.
Ensure any physical evidence such as clothing is collected and retained. Store in a safe place.
National policies that set out requirements for safeguarding individuals.
SOVA– safeguarding of
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Unit 301 Understanding Roles leaflet
Mr. Peter Bowen Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and
Training Unit 301 The areas covered within this leaflet are: The teaching role and responsibilities in
education and training How the teaching/training role involves working with other professionals The
boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles including points of referral to
meet the needs of learners The key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of
practice relevant to the roles and responsibilities of our own professional role As teacher's we are
committing to a life time of learning and development of ourselves and our learners. The roles and
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Teachers will inevitably be in contact with other professionals daily. It is always important to treat
these professionals with respect. These professionals may include some of the following:
Management, OFSTED, Colleagues, Reprographics department, Suppliers and external agencies An
example might be, external agencies required to repair classrooms or equipment so as the lesson or
course may proceed. The boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles,
including points of referral to meet the needs of learners. Some learners may have needs that exceed
what we the teacher can offer. It is our role as the teacher to recognise our own boundaries and refer
the learner elsewhere. It is of utmost importance that as a teacher you do not cross boundaries with
learners by becoming too familiar. During lessons it may become apparent that a learner has a
specific need that requires help such as financial guidance, bereavement, dyslexia, or help with
maths/English skills. We would refer them to an appropriate professional such as finance staff,
welfare centre or counselling staff to ensure they get the help and advice they need. Some of
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Template for 3mer Guidance Leaflet
A guidance leaflet to show the main individual rights and needs an employee has during
employment, in order to assist in creating a good working relationship and upon termination of the
employment, a look at issues to address. The impact of employment law at the start of the
employment relationship The internal and external factors that impact on the employment
relationship are as follows: Internal 1. Collective Agreement. Collective agreements are negotiated
between an employer and a trade union over matters such as: how negotiations will be organised
who will represent employees which employees are covered by the agreement which terms and
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However, if a person is self–employed they still have protection for their health and safety and, in
some cases, protection against discrimination, and their rights and responsibilities are set out by the
terms of the contract they have with their client. 3. Worker. A worker is any individual who works
for an employer, whether under a contract of employment, or any other contract where an individual
undertakes to do or perform personally any work or service. The following groups of people are
likely to be workers but not employees: most agency workers short–term casual workers some
freelancers Workers are entitled to some employment rights including the national minimum wage,
holiday pay and protection against unlawful discrimination but not covered by all statutory rights.
Three reasons for the importance of identifying an individual's employment status are: 1. Legal
Reasons. Each type of employment status has different legal rights, so it is important to know which
category the individual falls into as their employment status will determine their rights at work.
Self–employed people are effectively their own boss and do not have employment rights in the same
way as employees and workers. For example, in many cases they can decide themselves how much
they are paid and what leave to take. It's important to know what a person's employment status is,
because
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Propaganda During World War Two Essay
Propaganda During World War Two During World War II propaganda was ubiquitous. It consisted of
a wide range of carriers including leaflets, radio, television, and most importantly posters. Posters
were used based on their appeal: they were colorful, creative, concise, and mentally stimulating.
Posters often portrayed the artist's views on the war. They demonstrated the artist concern for the
war, their hopes for the war, and reflected the way enemies were envisioned. Posters also show a
nations political status: they reflect a nations allies and enemies, how the nation saw itself, and its
greatest hopes and fears of the war. Posters were mainly used to sway public opinion. They were
aimed at brainwashing society to think and act a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ...
The second type of poster was the "Victory" poster. In this type of poster, the United States flag and
a solider in uniform were shown to give off a patriotic feeling and accompanied by words such as "
America, Now and Forever". These posters also used symbols such as Uncle Sam, the American
Eagle, and most of all the Stars and Stripes. The third type of posters, "Careless Talk" posters, were
in contrast to "Victory" posters. These posters were designed to keep Americans from talking about
the war. Talking may seem as harmless, however American authorities feared that spies would
overhear American plans of attack and would relay this information to Axis powers. Although not
using nation symbols, symbols such as were death, such as a paratrooper and others with cemetery
crosses. These posters commonly used the cause–and–effect idea. An example of this is represented
in a poster showing a spaniel gazing over his dead owner's naval collar with the words "...because
someone talked" underneath. According to Photoworld, "Because someone talked, the spaniel has
lost his master, and it conveys a sense of loss." By perceiving this sense of loss, Americans would
give their sympathy to the war and to the men and women who were fighting. To attract public
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  • 1. Guidance Leaflet Tenpin Guidance Leaflet This is a guidance leaflet aimed towards Tenpin employees it will give you knowledge and understanding regarding HR policies, procedures and guidance on high standards of conduct. Internal factors These can impact on the employment relationship (over and above statutory minimum) Probation– All new employees must complete and be successful in a three month probation period (management six months). All employees are subject to meet set criteria by their final review sign off in areas of:– * CPL on line training. Training in basic skills such as Safety at Work, Food Safety and Fire Awareness. Subject to minimum pass levels within these courses. * Measurements against minimum levels of absence, ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Employee rights and benefits * Written contract of employment/ guaranteed working hours * Rights to request flexible working * Rights not to be discriminated against * Statutory holiday, maternity, paternity and adoption pay * Statutory minimum wage * Minimum rest breaks Worker's rights and benefits * Protection against unlawful discrimination/ protection against wage deductions * Right not to be treated less favourable then an employee if work part–time (Prevention of Less Favourable Treatment Act 200) * Work to terms of contract of employers * Statutory minimum wage * Statutory minimum holiday, maternity, paternity and adoption pay * Minimum rest breaks Self– employed Rights * Rights and responsibility set out in terms of contract with their client * Protected for their health and safety on our premises * In some cases protected against discrimination (Equality Act) * Responsible for own equipment * No holiday pay entitlement * Accountable for paying own NI and tax (Malcolm Martin, Fiona Whiting and Tricia Jackson, human resources practice, employment status p.51, p.52) Tenpin believes it's most important to ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 3. Preventing Alcoholism Introduction Alcoholism affects all elements of health. Overuse of alcohol affects physical health as it affects the functioning of the liver; mental health as it affects the ability to think clearly and coherently; emotional health as it affects the ability to recognise and express emotions correctly. Social health is affected as alcohol may affect a person's ability to create and maintain relationships, finally and most importantly it affects societal health as the individual's actions can have an adverse affect on everyone around them. Alcohol related injuries and diseases are the cause of 207, 800 National Health Service (NHS) admissions in 2006 compared to 93, 500 in 1996.¹ This increase of more than 100% justifies my health ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The Piccadilly Project is a supportive and informative leaflet, outlining the services the organisation provides both to people with alcohol problems and their friends and relatives. It also focuses on drinking guidelines for the alcohol user to make drinking alcohol safer. It provides diagrams showing weekly alcohol unit consumption as either low risk, hazardous or harmful for both men and women. It also provides a telephone number and map with directions to the organisation's office and their opening hours. The colour red is used in the leaflet for the front cover, the subtitles and the harmful section of the diagram, this indicates danger to the reader and reinforces the point that over– consumption of alcohol is dangerous. Safer Communities is more of a supportive and preventative leaflet as it provides details of the risks to health of excess alcohol consumption in order for the reader to understand their drinking and guidelines on how to drink less. It provides a quiz allowing the reader to assess whether it would be advisable to see further advice on alcohol consumption, it includes pictures of alcohol inside the leaflet and corks on the front cover to grab and hold the reader's attention. Both leaflets health promotion strategies are appropriate to an extent, but neither are perfect. The Safer Communities leaflet address the issue, explain the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 5. How Did Sophie Sholl Influence The Nazi Party The legacy of Sophie Scholl, her brother, Hans, and the other members of the White Rose movement still stands in high regard in the minds of many Germans and people from all parts of the world, however it is often questioned whether Sophie was truly able to create a change amongst the German people and assist in the end of the war, or if she evoked a response through her martyrdom. Sophie's introduced to the ideals that lead her to oppose the Nazi party came a young age, through the views of her parents, who taught their children to be free thinkers and were later openly opposed to Hitler's ideas of Aryan supremacy. She noticed that advice that she received from her parents contrasted what she was taught by the League of German Girls, a Hitler–established youth group that she was a part of. This would have allowed her to see the manipulation of the young population by the Government that would provoke her to rally against the Nazi ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Blindly they follow their seducers into ruin... Are we to be forever a nation which is hated and rejected by all mankind?" – Extract from the 5th White Rose Leaflet Through her distribution of these leaflets, Sophie was able to impact many people and change their viewpoint on the Nazi party, allowing them to see the destruction that the war was causing. Sophie and Hans were caught by Jakob Schmidt, a member of the Nazi party, who had seen them distributing the sixth leaflet at the University of Munich. The leaflets were linked back to Christoph Probst, their friend who had written many of the leaflets. They were put on trial and were all sentenced to execution. Despite the circumstances, Sophie never stopped believing in her ideals. She was offered a chance to be set free by transferring the blame to Hans and Christoph, but declined, showing how she was willing give her life for the cause that she wholeheartedly believed in. They were executed by guillotine the day after the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 7. Service Improvement Essay For my service improvement project I thought that it would be a good idea to produce a leaflet for patients containing information about the nursing team the leaflet would be freely available to patients being located on the wall of the waiting room along with other information leaflets. It would also be a good idea if the leaflets were made available in reception, as this is the patients first point of call, it may be possible to place the leaflets on the reception service area or in a close proximity. In addition, the leaflets could also be located in the GP rooms for issue to patients and they could also be given out by the nursing team , at the end of appointments, for future reference . The NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement (now ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... (NHS, 2013) The NHSIQ also recommends "small scale tests of change" and the use of PDSA. The main objective of the leaflet is to provide patients with a full knowledge and understanding of the roles of the nursing team so they can make appointments directly, with trained, specialist nurses and thus cut their waiting time by half. This will result in an improved patient experience and a reduction of in the number of appointments made with G.P's, patients who need to see a GP rather than a member of the nursing team, will have reduced waiting times. Therefore, patients could benefit "twofold" from the service improvement project. Another aim of the project is to regulate the nursing team information across the nine surgeries of the practice. To summarise, the overall targets are to: Equip patients, relatives and carers with the knowledge of the nurse procedures and who to approach Improve patient care, service and experience Free–up GP appointments Fully utilise the skills and expertise of the nursing ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 9. A Comparison of Two Media Texts Essay A Comparison of Two Media Texts I am going to compare two articles about medical testing on animals. One is a newspaper article written by Polly Toynbee and is called 'Sorry, but I think dying people are more important than dumb animals,' this was published in the Guardian. The other is a leaflet with the title 'It's a crying shame' which is design for animal aid. The Guardian news article is for medical testing on animals. The Animal Aid is against medical testing on animals. Both texts are aimed at the general public who are old enough to have an educated opinion. The newspaper article taken from the Guardian is very basic and is set out like a typical newspaper article would be. The image used ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The picture of Polly Toynbee in the article from the Guardian does not affect the argument and in my opinion serves no purpose because it has no relevance to the topic of the article. The picture on the front of the Animal Aid leaflet has the purpose of showing how animals suffer during and after they have been put through a series of test that harm them. I think it is a very powerful image and supports the leaflets objective. The other two images on the reverse side of the Animal Aid leaflet have the same affect as the main image on the front. They both portray the suffering of animals during and after harmful tests. Again I think they are very powerful and they support the objectives of the leaflet. 'It's a crying shame' is the title for the Animal Aid. It links in with the picture on the front because the dog seems to be crying. The two combined are very powerful and create a sympathetic attitude for the reader so they are more likely to agree and donate. The words 'shame' does not represent anger towards the persons who carry out the medical tests, it is a calm word so it makes you sympathise towards the animals. It meets its purpose of making the reader pity the animals. The other two on the reverse of the leaflet serve the same purpose as the main image on the front. The image from the Guardian article does not relate to medical testing on animals because images of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 11. 3mer Guidance Leaflet Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development 3MER Supporting Good Practice in Managing Employment Relations Assignment and Content Activity Investigate resources and write a guidance leaflet which covers key points of the areas detailed below. The impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship including: * 2 Internal and 2 external factors which can impact on the employment relationship * 3 different types of employment status and 3 reasons why it is important to clarify/determine an individual's employment status Employee rights during the employee relationship including: * The importance of work life balance and related legislation concerning holidays, rest periods, working hours and night ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Pay and reward systems exist in the form of pay, bonuses and benefits, financial and non–financial and designed to improve performance, increase motivation, staff retention and increase profitability. Appreciation and gratitude is widely received as reward and the opportunity for training and development for career progression. A good culture encompassing strong values, vision, morale's and beliefs and behaviours expressed by employers and employees of an organisation can be the driver of the overall performance of a company. A good culture can help support the implementation of changes and new initiatives and are likely to be supported by those involved. 2 External factors and there impacts: The economic climate surrounding a company can determine many things and can have financial implications as well as affecting the levels productivity. Economic growth can lead to a lack of employees available to fill positions because the labor market is saturated with jobs. A company will look to offer higher wages, more benefits and incentive programs to entice potential candidates and will invest in current employees with training and development to help retain the staff and promote succession planning throughout the company. A downturn in economic growth can have the opposite effect. Companies have a tendency to cut the workforce to maintain profit margins, thus applying extra pressure to the remaining employees, causing extra work loads, poor morale and a high ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 13. Personality and Motivation Leaflet Personality – the sums of the characteristics that make a person unique– BTEC NATIONAL SPORT Personality – the sums of the characteristics that make a person unique– BTEC NATIONAL SPORT 1)Martens Schematic view. 2) The Psycho dynamic theory 3)Trait Theory 4) Situational approach 5) Interactional theory 1)Martens Schematic view. 2) The Psycho dynamic theory 3)Trait Theory 4) Situational approach 5) Interactional theory There are a number of theories and approaches that have been suggested to try to explain personality and how it can influence sports performance. The main theories you will look at are: There are a number of theories and approaches that have been suggested to try to explain personality and how it can ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... For example, in the same day you might be captaining your college sports team where you show a lot of leadership behaviours, then working as an employee at your part–time job where you will have to follow a lot of instructions. The psychological core is what people often call 'the real you' and is the part of you that contains your beliefs, values, attitudes and interests; these aspects are seen as being relatively constant or stable. Typical responses are the usual ways that you respond to the world around you or different situations you may find yourself in. For example, you may always get angry and shout after being intentionally fouled in football because you feel that deliberate fouls are un–sporting behaviour, but you may be quiet and shy when you meet people for the first time because you don't want to overawe them. Your role–related behaviour is often determined by the circumstances you find yourself in and this is the most changeable aspect of personality. Put simply, your personality changes as your perception of your environment changes. For example, in the same day you might be captaining your college sports team where you show a lot of leadership behaviours, then working as an employee at your part–time job where you will have to follow a lot of instructions. Marten's schematic view In this view, personality is seen as having three different levels that are related to each ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 15. The Influence Of The White Rose The White Rose was a non–violent organization standing up against Nazis and the Holocaust. The founders of the White Rose were students at the University of Munich, Hans & Sophie Scholl, Christoph Probst, Willi Graf, and Alexander Schmorell. One of the reasons that the White Rose was and is still famous is because it was one of the first all German groups to stand up against the Nazis and thier genocidal policies. The main founder, Hans Scholl, started the movement with his sister and his friends because he was a soldier in the eastern front and saw what the Nazis were doing first hand. The way they all got the word out was with leaflets they made that put down the Nazi regime and encouraged the other students to join their cause. After Germany ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 17. Comparative Study for Feature Extraction of Hevea Leaflet... Rubber trees, or scientifically known as Hevea Brasiliensis from Euphorbiaceous family, are particularly prevalent in Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, southern part of India and the southwestern part of Sri Lanka [1]. Today, rubber tree has been the main source of natural rubber for use worldwide. It has high export potentials and is rated as one of the most profitable Agri–industrial ventures [2]. Asian's well known Rubber tree boards are (RRIM) (Malaysia), RRII (India), RRIC (Sri Lanka), and BPM (Thailand). For decades, these countries have sustained the clone development process for maintaining a successful breeding program. Rubber tree boards have the main role in recommending and distributing clones to the cultivators. One of the important factors that could affect the properties of raw natural rubber is the clonal origin of the rubber tree [3]. The process of clone inspection and verification is very critical because it is important for cultivators to possess rubber clones that produce a high latex yield and having the desired properties in planting of the rubber tree. One of the ways of clone identification is based on physical characteristics of leaves. However, this clone verification method requires experts with adequate experience. Therefore, the automation of this process is the subject of new research for clone classification. Plant classification and recognition methods are being performed on plant components such as flowers, leaves, and barks of leaves [3]. ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 19. Racist Leaflet Analysis The Racist Leaflet was distributed in Birmingham, a segregated neighborhood, by white supremacists who were involved in the KKK and/or White Citizens' Council. This defamatory act against the protests of the Civil Rights Movement shows the fear white supremacists had of the possibility of a desegregated Birmingham. It symbolizes efforts of white supremacists to protect White America by denigrating the legitimacy of sit–in demonstrations through the use of racist depictions and caricatures to perpetuate negative beliefs about black people. The title, "Rules for Conduct for Sit Down Demonstrations", mocks the self–policing of civil rights activists had to do in order to appear non–threatening to be humanized and diminishes the effectiveness of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 21. The Leaflet Written by Friends of the Earth The Leaflet Written by Friends of the Earth This is a leaflet written by Friends of the Earth where the audience targeted are British, the mahogany furniture lovers. The layout of the leaflet is eye–catching forces the readers to read on. This leaflet was produced in 1992 for the Friends of the Earth. The writer was an Indian from Brazil's Amazonian forests. It was produced to gain support from British public and to gain their help to stop deforesting in Brazil. The writer uses eye–catching big bold letters in the heading along with the word 'YOU' to attract readers. The writer uses this word for two reasons, one being involving the readers with the leaflet and secondly so that they feel ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The trees give the fruit we eat. We want the honey from the trees, the fruits and all there is to be eaten in the forest (line93–96)'. The repetition of word 'we' emphasises that these are the survival means for the Indians and these means should not be taken away from them by deforesting. The writer also uses personifications to win audience's hearts and says, 'many other trees are damaged in the death struggles of the big mahoganies (line 91–92)' and 'it is greed that is killing us, and the trees and animals (line98–99)'. The writer indirectly blames the British people for the murders of Indians and the deforesting of Amazonian forests by saying, 'your greed for mahogany. You in Britain buy more than half the mahogany Brazil produces (100–101)'. The aim of the leaflet is to stop the deforestation for the sake of mahogany and the writer emotionally plays with reader's hearts readers by involving them and with his/hers excellent use of emotive language. The writer draws reader's attention with the words like, 'look (line102)' and 'listen (104)' followed by exclamation marks and metaphors. The writer says, 'That deep red glow in your mahogany dinner table is the blood of murdered Indians (line 102–103)' and another metaphor with the use of alliteration, 'The clatter of your mahogany luxuries is the gunfire that killed Indian children'. These two metaphors are very ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 23. Argument Analysis: General Anaesthetics This leaflet is designed for a patient who is a heavy smoker and needed to have a general anaesthetic for a laparoscopic hernia repair. The patient is a man in his 40–50's and is of a large build. He seemed very anxious during pre–assessment as he had a high blood pressure and was quite fidgety. While observing him, he was found to have a shortness of breath while talking to the nurse and when walking to the toilet. The patient admitted that he smokes around 30 roll ups a day and did want to some on trying to stop smoking completely. In addition, the patient had recently recovered from a severe chest infection. He explained how he suffered immensely from it which was another reason why he wanted to stop. Since the patient was going to have a general anaesthetic for his procedure, the nurse told him he needed to cut down on smoking two days prior to coming in as well as to avoid smoking on the day. As this was the first time the patient was going to have a general anaesthetic, he did not know that smoking could have an effect on it and said that he would find it difficult to up down. This health promotion topic hence was chosen as smoking before having a general anaesthetic can have an effect on the patient during surgery and how ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In order to improve the leaflet, it would be more fitting to state the benefits of stopping smoking before coming into surgery, creating a positive feel to the leaflet. In addition, stating the benefits may encourage the patient o cut down or stop smoking once the see the positive effects this has on them, particularly since the patient did want to stop smoking. Furthermore, additional information about where the patient could get support in order to quit smoking could also be included such as going to their local ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 25. The White Rose Leaflets Analysis The Urban Experience surrounding the White Rose Leaflets The Third Reich in Germany was a time of strict rule and absolute commitment to the Chancellor of Germany, Adolf Hitler. People were often arrested and even murdered for any type of negative remark regarding Hitler or his army. If people disliked Hitler openly they would be hanged or even guillotined, which was the fate of two anti– National Socialist Party family members, Hans and Sophie Scholl. Hans and Sophie Scholl were two very important members of the White Rose, which was an intellectual resistance group that informed the public through leaflets about Hitler's evil and encouraged the public to resist him. The urban experience of Schwabing, a section of Munich known for its bohemian ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Unlike other children at this time, the Scholl's father, Robert Scholl, expressed his anti–Nazi views openly to his entire family, which may have helped the Scholl children see the truth behind Hitler's lies. Despite their father's feelings about Hitler, Hans and Sophie were still both enticed by their new leader and his lavish promises, so they both joined pro–Hitler programs, the Hitler Youth and The League of German Girls. Even as members of these pro–Hitler programs, they could not escape Robert Scholl's ideologies that were engraved in the back of their minds. An excerpt from the German Listeners Radio Series by Thomas Mann in July of 1943 went on to say, "This susceptibility of German Youth–The youth in particular– To the National Socialist Revolution of lies was painful" (221). Other children at this time were deeply influenced by the Hitler Youth, which enabled Hitler to continue spreading his domination all over Munich. Through the Nazi programs Hans and Sophie soon realized that their feelings did not match up with those of Hitler's Party. Hans and Sophie both got caught reading banned books by Jewish authors and faced criticism from their Nazi organizations. Hans was caught reading one of his favorite books by a Jew, Stefan Zweig, which may have been a crucial ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 27. Effects Of The Atomic Bomb On Hiroshima And Nagasaki n August 6, 1945 the US dropped an atomic bomb on japan in hiroshima and nagasaki in world war two that devastated japan and the world. This event caused debates to whether this act was necessary. This bomb was very effective in ending the war quickly and successfully. The atomic bomb didn't just end the war quickly but also saved us from fighting another war with other countries that saw us weak when hiroshima struck the US first. The bomb dropping on hiroshima was justified because japan attacked the US naval base before a proper declaration of war and therefore forced the US to counter attack in an unrestricted way. The atomic bomb ended the war between japan and the US and denied any more future casualties to occur if the US didn't end ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 29. Alexander Schmorell's The White Rose It was an extraordinary thing, to risk your life for ink on paper, and pay for it all with the rolling of your disembodied head. In World War II Germany, where a once glorious country had been stripped of any honor or freedom by their Fuhrer, Adolf Hitler. The right to speak with your tongue and mind was a foreign concept, yet a group of ambitious and well–rounded students from Munich University rose up with their pen and paper that spoke volume against Nazi Germany's violence and discrimination. The White Rose was a nonviolence–based group of students who went against Hitler's intolerant regime through thought–provoking leaflets and other writings, encouraging others to look beyond the government–controlled media with their efforts that would ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Yet, they stood proud on their beliefs, and the two siblings did their best to take all the blame. The Scholl children were interrogated for seventeen hours straight and apart from one another. There was an air of incredulity around them during the trial, when Sophie herself had tried to convince Judge Freisler and the court of the truth beyond German propaganda, as the judge himself had never been outside of Germany during the war. The two of them along with another White Rose member, Christoph Probst, were found guilty of high treason and had to face the guillotine. Sophie faced the guillotine first out of all three, followed by Christoph and her brother. Hans' final words were, "Freedom will live!" (Holocaust Biographies: Hans and Sophie Scholl). After their deaths, the state of the White Rose was chaotic. Huber, along with other members such as Alexander Schmorell, Willi Graf, and eleven others were arrested and sentenced to death after fourteen hours of trial. The core members of the White Rose were all dead, yet it did not halt surviving members from disseminating the sixth leaflet before their arrest. The rest of the White Rose whose involvement was not as intense faced imprisonment for nearly over twelve years. It was a group of students that struck fear into the heart of Nazis and hope into the silenced Germans that would carry on even after the forced disbandment of the White ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 31. Leaflet Critique ABSTRACT This study involves critically appraising five different health promotional leaflets in relation to teenage health fitness and exercise. The analysis includes the evaluation of design, the effectiveness of illustration, textual layout, typography and contents. The organisation of material, language, readability, learning and motivation is also assessed. All five leaflets are looked at in comparison to each other, highlighting out all the pros and cons. With this information, a Health Education leaflet is designed to encourage teenage exercise. This leaflet will incorporate all the necessary points needed for a health promotion leaflet. This will be followed by a rational and a conclusion. The critique will be based on the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Critical Comparison of Leaflets Certain attributes should be taken into consideration when designing a health promotional information leaflet. Information such as, the size of the leaflet and the target audience. A good leaflet should capture the attention of the intended audience; Catchy headlines, attractive images, and colours used. The information should be poignant, short sentences and should motivate action. A formula that needs to be remembered when creating a leaflet is "AIDA" – Attention, Interest, Desire and Action. All the leaflets encompass the above criteria Appendix 1 Fit Kids CDC (Children Development Centre) Appendix 2 Active Teen Fit Appendix 3 BLAST OFF with Lazy Town and Change4Life Appendix 4 physical Activities and Mental Health Appendix 5 Exercise is Good For You (NHS ) DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATION All five leaflets have different characteristics and each design is distinctive to its target audience (kids and whole family). The "Fit Kids" leaflet has a very simple design. It has illustrations of kids performing different exercises such as football, running, and dancing. This leaflet is not very colourful. It gives you the source of information. The caption "Fit Kids" is ambiguous and gives room for misinterpretation. For example, is it designed for only kids who are fit or for all kids? Does it cater for special needs kids as well? What ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 33. Unit 1 Assignment Math Research After reading the question I was confident I could answer the question correctly and provide adequate demonstration for the solution. First step of the question was to use a fraction to find part of the whole number. The second step subtraction using the total of the leaflets and subtracting the yellow leaflets to give the amount of blue leaflets. Step three required taking the total amount of blue leaflets and using a percentage to answer the amount of smudged leaflets. I converted the percentage to a fraction to construct an equation. To solve the equation I cancelled the zeros from 800 and 100 next I multiplied 8 x 5 giving the total of 40, the correct answer. Another method to solve this problem. The math used in this problem is percentages, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 35. The White Rose: Hans Scholl And Schmorell The beginnings of the White Rose started with a group of medical students who talked about new cultural ideas and subjects far beyond their love of medicine, avoided politics altogether. As the Regime became increasingly worrying, some of the group realized they must take action. Hans Scholl and Alexander Schmorell began the White Rose, writing the first four leaflets between June twenty–fourth and July twelfth. Hans wrote the first and the fourth and Schmorell wrote the second and third, while George Wittenstein edited the third and fourth ones. These leaflets mentioned Nazi crimes, the extermination of Jews, Hiter's dictatorship, and decreasing amounts of personal freedoms for German citizens. Additionally, it called the Nazi Regime evil, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 37. What Is The Moral Obligation Of The White Rose By Adolf... Many Germans falsely believed that Adolf Hitler, with his audacity and palpable devotion to his country, had the ability to successfully repair and reunite a broken Germany. Hitler's rise to power imposed a new set of rules on the German population as a whole. Any citizen who showed opposition to the Nazi regime risked allegations of treason. With their unrivaled bravery, only one group, composed of students from the University of Munich, dared to speak out against the Nazi ruling party. This group, known as the White Rose, risked their lives by distributing leaflets that condemned the Nazi regime and its deadly policies. Though they knew that they faced almost certain death, the White Rose continued to fight tirelessly because their courage assured those who secretly opposed Hitler that they were not alone, and enlightened those who were not yet conscious of his murderous intentions. The White Rose symbolizes the importance of fighting for freedom if it is ever jeopardized. The non–violent resistance movement, which was initiated in 1942 by Hans Scholl, was composed of college students from the University of Munich. In her book The White Rose, the eldest of the Scholl children, Inge Scholl, describes that these students felt it was their moral obligation to "try to kindle ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In order to be as secretive as possible, they worked late in the night (Scholl, 37). They met secretly in a garden house behind the apartment where Hans and Sophie Scholl lived (Scholl, 41). Here, they printed thousands of leaflets using a duplicating machine. Since the mimeograph machine had to be hand–cranked, the students took turns cranking it (Vinke, 136). In her book, Inge Scholl describes that though the group was filled with fear of being caught by the Gestapo, "a great sense of satisfaction also filled them as they worked" (Scholl, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 39. Unit 301 Understanding Roles leaflet Mr. Peter Bowen Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training Unit 301 The areas covered within this leaflet are: The teaching role and responsibilities in education and training How the teaching/training role involves working with other professionals The boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles including points of referral to meet the needs of learners The key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relevant to the roles and responsibilities of our own professional role As teacher's we are committing to a life time of learning and development of ourselves and our learners. The roles and responsibilities in education and training. These are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Teachers will inevitably be in contact with other professionals daily. It is always important to treat these professionals with respect. These professionals may include some of the following: Management, OFSTED, Colleagues, Reprographics department, Suppliers and external agencies An example might be, external agencies required to repair classrooms or equipment so as the lesson or course may proceed. The boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles, including points of referral to meet the needs of learners. Some learners may have needs that exceed what we the teacher can offer. It is our role as the teacher to recognise our own boundaries and refer the learner elsewhere. It is of utmost importance that as a teacher you do not cross boundaries with learners by becoming too familiar. During lessons it may become apparent that a learner has a specific need that requires help such as financial guidance, bereavement, dyslexia, or help with maths/English skills. We would refer them to an appropriate professional such as finance staff, welfare centre or counselling staff to ensure they get the help and advice they need. Some of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 41. Essay On Work Based Learning My reflection on work based learning task will include an explanation of why I chose to develop drug allergy testing leaflet; the source of the leaflet information; an analysis on the design of the leaflet including overall readability of the information; an evaluation of the information content contained in the leaflet based on target audience; the relevance and impact of this leaflet in promoting patient understanding; and lastly an overview of the assignment with reference to application to future development. The major priority for UK National Health Service(NHS) is the effective communication with patients and involve them in the decisions of their health care(1). To enable patients to make informed decision, patients must be given clear and sufficient information, in a way they can understand(2). The main essence of effective communication is by discussion tailored to individual's situation. Verbal information is essential in relaying information to patients, however, it has to be conducted in balanced way, in a way patients can understand whenever possible, in a place and time when they are best able to process and retain the information. However, it is sometimes difficult to convey as much information or support in the process of making decision as medical practitioner or patient would like to, especially when there is limited available resources, manpower and time pressure on busy clinic. Even medical practioners skill in communication, some complicated medical ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 43. The White Rose Research Paper The main students in the White Rose consisted of five people: Sophie Scholl, her brother Hans Scholl, Alex Schmorell, Willi Graf, and Christoph Probst, all of which were in their early twenties. Between June 1942 and February 1943, they created and spread six different leaflets, in which they showed the opposition of the German citizens to Nazi oppression and fascism. Huber created the final two leaflets. A seventh leaflet, written by Christoph Probst, was found in the possession of Hans Scholl when he was arrested by the Gestapo, who destroyed it. In 1942, Alex Schmorell and Hans Scholl created four leaflets. They copied them on a typewriter with as many copies as could be made, not exceeding 100, and spread them within Germany. These ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 45. Critical Analysis of Health Promotion Leaflet Critical analysis of health promotion leaflet This essay aims to critically appraise a health promotion leaflet (Appendix 1), which at present is incorporated in a health promotion campaign from the NHS. The evaluation of this leaflet will consist of: where the leaflet was sourced; a rationalization of the selected leaflet; the nurse's role in relation to health education and health promotion with the use of leaflets; examine the leaflets use of illustrations, design and layout; substance of the information which s enclosed in the leaflet; pore over the leaflets readability information supported with literature on readability test; the leaflets target audience; ethnical concerns and application to practice. Appendix 1 is a campaign to ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Bernier (1993) verbalize that each paragraph should begin by detailing the most important known information firstly, prior to expanding to bring in any new information. The paragraph should then finish up by concluding all main points described within. Appendix 1 has chosen paragraphs for the layout and not bullets points. Shaddock (2002) suggests that illustrations such as photographs, medical diagrams and charts are often used in leaflets to entice the reader to pick the leaflet up and read on. The use of illustrations such as pictures and text can help readers with poor literacy skills (Godsell and Scarborough 2006). Appendix 1 has a medical diagram and five individual close–up portraits of girls of school age, there are relaxed and smiling giving the impression that the vaccination is a positive and straightforward experience (Hall et al 2007). There are 5 health promotion approaches that consist of: behavioural change approach; societal change approach; medical approach; educational approach and client–centred approach (Ewles and Simnett 2003). Appendix 1 uses the educational approach to enlighten 16–17 years olds on the human papilloma virus vaccination. The educational approach presents the target audience with a platform of information so that the client/patient can make a knowledgeable evaluation whether to take part in the vaccination programme. However the nurse must be prepared and able to accept that not clients/patients will pursue the nurse's ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 47. Us Army Psychological Operations Research Paper Abstract Over 80 years ago a young Army officer changed the face of battle employing Psychological Warfare that left lasting effects regarding the method of modern–day employment of Military Information Support Operations (MISO) by Psychological Operations (PSYOP) forces. Major General (MG) Robert Alexis McClure was a psychological warfare specialist and is considered the founder of U.S. Army Psychological Operations (source). Soldiers assigned to conventional forces certainly have never heard of him, and even most Special Operations Forces (SOF) soldiers have only a small understanding of the beginnings of special warfare with its roots in Psychological Operations. Since 1989, there has been a very select few that embraced the methodical ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Army Psychological Operations. This paper will focus on the founder of doctrinal Psychological Warfare for the U.S. Army and the legacy he left for those to follow. The Making of the Master A native of Mattoon, Illinois, McClure joined the Army in 1915 and earned his commission as an Army officer in 1917, serving seventeen years as a Captain in a variety of assignments throughout the U.S., the Philippines, China and England. While serving as the military attaché to the American Embassy in London, General Dwight D. Eisenhower appointed McClure as chief of intelligence for the European theater of operations in 1942 (Paddock, n.d.). As the Allies prepared to invade North Africa, McClure was charged with control of the newly formed Information and Censorship Section for the Allied Forces headquarters (Paddock, n.d.). Endearingly referred to as the "INC," the Information and Censorship Section was a conglomeration of civilian and military personnel from various Allied organizations to conduct psychological warfare, civil affairs and public relations using various forms of dissemination means such as radio, leaflet, signals, front line, occupation, domestic propaganda censorship that enhanced the Allied efforts both stateside and abroad during the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 49. Argumentative Essay On The White Rose The White Rose From 1933 to 1945, Germany was under the leadership of Adolf Hitler and the Nationalist Socialist German Party, or Nazi Party. The group promoted German pride and Anti–Semitism, hate towards Jews, and expressed disgust towards the Treaty of Versailles, a peace document signed between Germany and the Allies at the end of World War 1 (History.com Staff). In order to grow his movement, Hitler recruited Germans for his armies, his factory workers, and his death camp guards. Because of this, it was easy to assume that all Germans supported the Nazi dictatorship and the ideas they preached. However, throughout this time period many Germans of different political and religious beliefs came together to protest against the regime. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Meanwhile for Sophie, as an art lover she watched her favorite artists leave the country because they refused to create the forms of art Hitler deemed acceptable. Also, she discovered that many of her favorite books were placed under the " banned books" list because they had been written by Jewish authors. As a result of these experiences, both Hans and Sophie realized that Hitler was not proposing to build a new world for everyone, but that his true plan was to build a utopia where blond, blue–eyed Aryans thrived and those that did not match this description were imprisoned, tortured, and killed ("Hans Scholl"). After years of mandatory national service, both Hans and Sophie found themselves attending the University of Munich. Because Hans had started going to the school a few years before Sophie joined him, he already had a group of friends that shared the same beliefs as him and his sister, so Sophie easily befriended them as well. Together they discussed the ugliness of war and Hitler's actions. In time they came to believe that they should do more than just talk about their ideas and actually start acting upon them. The group decided to print and hand out leaflets calling resistance to Hitler, and began calling themselves the White Rose. Some of the members were Christoph Probst, Alexander Schmorell, Willi Graf, and even a philosophy professor at the university named Kurt Huber ("Hans Scholl"). Between June 1942 and ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 51. Psychological Operations During Operation Desert Storm The uses of Information Operations during Operation Desert Storm, specifically Psychological Operations were used to influence the enemy's moral as well as influence the way the enemy approached the coalition forces. What was important during these operations was the way the enemy was engaged with the PSYOP operations, from leaflets being dropped as well as loud speakers being used to spread pre–recorded messages. Reaching the enemy through these means was a way to ensure that the enemy's moral was diminished greatly to enable coalition forces operations against the Iraqi military. What had occurred before these operations were to take place, was a invasion of Kuwait by the Iraqi military, which resulted in coalition forces mobilizing in order to counter this threat of Iraq taking over Kuwait and disrupting economic means within the country. The use of Psychological Operations during Operation Desert Storm was not the first time, PSYOP had been used to affect an enemy through Information Operations. What was seen, were the addition of new technology that further assisted in the Information Operations that had occurred during these offensives. The objective during these operations were to affect the way the Iraqi military had maintained their moral, as well as target the Iraqi military through various means, including the "voice of Kuwait" radio, as well as leaflets being dropped. The metrics that were used to evaluate the effectiveness of these operations were seen from the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 53. ASDA communication methods ASDA – STRATEGIC DECISIONS ASDA is a large organisation that operates internationally; therefore they have branches in different areas. Their main targets are families, and they do everything towards making good customer satisfaction. In order to make this possible they communicate with their customers and employees through different methods. ASDA has their strategic decisions to operate and keep the customers informed. First method used in ASDA is dropping leaflets/catalogues. This is a written method of communication, which displays all the goods that the store provides. The leaflets are usually sent through post to the customers houses, where from they can analyse the items specifications, prices and promotions available. The ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Therefore ASDA`s webpage includes all the information you need from products, to company`s history and job vacancies. The strategy used by ASDA is pretty much the same as the written leaflets, whereby the webpage is always updated and it has the latest products, promotions and vacancies. As I said the strategy used is to promote ASDA`s products, but in this case their target market is the young people and families which are too busy to shop in the store, and they can do it at home from their own comfort. In order to have the webpage working 24/7, the online and mobile shopping working; the IT department is doing all the technical things. Usually they have to keep the systems updated and to buy or install programs to provide appropriate information. Also the IT is connecting all the equipment and servers to maintain the company website to be satisfactory for the clients. All the shopping lists go straight to the administration department which makes sure all the orders have been met and customers are satisfied. The benefits of the company are that they get more orders online and usually people are ordering a large number of goods at the same time, which means the company`s income increases. Another benefit for the company is customer satisfaction, by being able to order from home, more customers will be attracted and they will order from ASDA. Asda Home Shopping is a great way to save time and money. It's quick and convenient – and lots of customers ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 55. White Roses, Group That Will Always Be Remembered White Roses, Group That Will Always Be Remembered The White Roses group was very popular during the time of Hitler's regime. This group attempted to do something that was very dangerous and could have gotten a lot more people killed. In the end it did get the two leaders killed. What the White Roses was attempting to do was a brave and courageous thing, there wasn't many other groups that was doing things this big. Background The White Roses was a group in Germany that tried to change people's ideas of Hitler. This amazing group was trying to solve a million issues in just a little bit of time. Hitler was doing something that everyone knew wasn't good; the White Roses stood up to Hitler against all odds. In 1993 millions of copies of the last leaflet were dropped over top of germany (Burns). The main reason the group made the Leaflets was because many people needed to be informed. A lot of people had no idea what was going on and thought Hitler really was a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The members of the White Roses were very serious about getting all of the leaflets out. The group transported a lot over the borders and in the air. Surprisingly the members didn't get caught earlier. Papers call Leaflets was the way that the group got the information around. "At great risk, "White Rose" members transported and mailed mimeographed leaflets that denounced the regime," ("White Rose"). At one point in time, the White Roses would release thousands of Leaflets. In 1992 the first ever Leaflet from the group was released. "One day in 1942, copies of a leaflet entitled "The White Rose" suddenly appeared at the University of Munich. The leaflet contained an anonymous essay that said that the Nazi system had slowly imprisoned the German people and was now destroying them," ("Hornberger"). These Leaflets being released really gave light to others; there really was a sense of hope to many of the German ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 57. Essay on Risk of Impaired Wound Healing Introduction. This report will discuss the risk of impaired wound healing, amongst patients in the community. Patients may be at risk due to increased age, malnutrition and underlying medical conditions (Timmons, 2003, White, 2008). However, this report concerns with patients' knowledge deficit about the importance of nutrition, which may be the risk factor (Casey, 1998, Dealey, 2005, Timmons, 2003). In this respect, a management package in the form of a leaflet aimed at these patients has been prepared, (see appendix), which may improve patients' knowledge. The report will evaluate how the risk could be minimised by using this leaflet. The rationale for selecting the identified risk comes from observations, during community ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... In the UK, there are 200,000 patients, who have slow healing wounds, which costs National Health Services £2.3–£3.1 billions per year and it reduces patients' quality of life and mobility (Posnett & Franks, 2008). In addition, patients may have sleeping difficulties due to painful wound (Posnett & Franks, 2008). Patients may become depressed, isolated and have impaired body image due pain and embarrassment of unpleasant wound odour (Santy, 2008). From observation, currently, the risk of delayed wound healing is managed, by nursing interventions and verbal health promotion, which may be due to the deficiency of packages designed for patients. This is supported by Collier (2003), who highlights the importance of nursing assessment, interventions and evaluation in improving wound healing. However, the importance of patients' education, about balanced nutrition and dietary control of diabetes, may not be under estimated, as this may reduce the risk of infection and improve wounds healing (Casey, 1998, Dealey, 2005, Kemp, 2001, Timmons 2003, Ward, 2002). According to patients' experience, their knowledge about nutrition helped them to achieve wound healing (Wound Care Information Network, 2008). For example, balanced proteins intake may encourage tissue repairs, as well as vitamin C intake may reduce the risk of infection, which may improve wound healing (Kemp, 2001, Ward, ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 59. Service Improvement In Health And Social Care In order to understand whether this service improvement would become successful in identifying patients who need sexual health advice it would need to be implemented into a local setting, to see the impact of applying this to practise. If it was successful, it could then be expanded into other hospitals, and then nationally. This would mean that finances could be implemented safely and sensibly at first, as opposed to going nationally straight away, and the improvement failing, leading to a waste of money, resources and staff time (NHS Improvement, 2012). The implementation of the leaflet needs to be maintained and checked for progress, this stage is vital within the implementation of the improvement, as progress needs to be consistently checked ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... This success should then be shared. This could be done through sharing good practise. Sharing good practise regarding this service improvement could be done in many ways. Conferences for Sexual Health are held by the British Association for Sexual Health and HIV yearly, which the nurses from the pilot area could attend to share the success of their project, to pass on to nurses from other areas and promote this health promotion service improvement. The Council for Healthcare Regulatory (2012) state that they share good practice and knowledge with other regulatory bodies, and this enables for new ideas to be placed into every day practise, therefore, upon audit of this leaflet being implemented, The Council for Healthcare Regulatory could be contacted and disseminate this service improvement. The Royal College of Nursing hosts the National Collaborating Centre for Nursing and Supportive Care, which is commissioned by NICE (Rapu, 2007) and is held in order to develop guidelines, which nurses are invited to. Therefore, some of the nurses involved in the pilot study of the implementation of this leaflet would be invited; along with the nurse lead to disseminate this information and hopefully, this could become a national implementation if it was shown to be a success. In recent times, social media is an obvious tool in order to share good practise (Smith, 2015), and has led to a higher number of successful nurse–lead implementations (Barry and Hardiker, 2012), therefore, social media would be used, in a professional manner to promote this service ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 61. Hypothetical Southern White Reaction to the Distribution... This source was published just after, and is referring to, the arrest of Rosa May Parks on December 1st, 1955. Parks was arrested for refusing to move from her bus seat for a white passenger when asked to by the racist bus driver, James Blake. The two had met before in 1943 when Parks had boarded Blake?s bus from the front door, which was for whites only. Blake told Parks to exit the bus and re–enter from the rear door where she was supposed to but as Parks got off of the bus, Blake drove off leaving her to walk home. This defiance by Parks had created a major turning point in civil rights by sparking the start of the civil rights movement. This source shows us what life was like for the black community, specifically black women, in the ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The NAACP?s aim of the boycott was to show its members and black people nationwide what was achievable if they acted together as a whole. Many black people took this message on board and started to act as a community. At an early stage in the ?Montgomery Bus Boycott? Martin Luther King Jr. was asked, by the NAACP, to step in and lead the movement, to which he accepted. The ?Montgomery Bus Boycott? was King?s start in the civil rights movement to which he later became a role model. He was found leading the boycott by the police and was then arrested, as boycotts of any sort at that time were illegal. Many blacks and northern anti–segregation whites donated to the NAACP, which paid for King?s release. The NAACP also helped pay for legal fees for black people who were accused of crimes that they didn?t commit. There were many pro segregation communities and groups during the boycott. Most southern whites were members of The Ku Klux Klan or the white councils. During the boycott the membership of the white councils doubled so that over a two month period the membership increased from six to twelve thousand members! Not all American communities were pro segregation though. President Truman, along with most northern whites and The American churches, both black and white, believed in anti–segregation. President Truman, who was a deeply racist man himself, knew that racism ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 63. Vietnam Propaganda; Planting a Seed in the Mind of... Vietnam in 1954 was a country that had nationalism flowing in their veins after the decades of being under French and for a short time the Japanese rule. All the Vietnamese wanted was to be its own country. The North started fighting back the French and did whatever they could to take back their homeland. The French were beginning to feel this under the numerous attacks the Vietnamese started against them. A number of nations met to determine how the French could peacefully withdraw. The Geneva Accords came from the meetings and a cease fire was initiated. The French left and their was a temporary division along the 17th parallel. A democratic election was to be held in 1956 that would reunite the country under one government. ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The leaflets pointed directly at the American ideals. However, early in the war, all of the Viet Cong leaflets were simple hand–written text with very short messages. These short messages were shot and to the point, but very powerful. They hit americans specifically saying they were doing things that they weren't. In their eyes though everything they were doing were these words or they were used just to weaken the american resolve. (NATIONAL LIBERATION) The pamphlet to the left read in vietnamese, "Stop the war, G.I.'s! Don't fight the Vietnamese who are struggling for Peace, Independence and Freedom." (Propaganda Leaflets) Leaflets were made like this to try to have americans feel sympathy and realize that their struggle is a one that everyone struggles for. That everyone wants freedom especially the Vietnamese that have been repressed. As the Vietnam War continued, the North Vietnamese reported on the public opinion in the United States. Specifically the American public's reaction to any massacre of innocent civilians. After careful research they saw the Americans showing sympathy. Vietnamese then began to orchestrate a program to denigrate the U.S. military. They showed this by saying that the killing of the innocents was not accidental but a policy deliberately fostered by the U.S. High Command in Vietnam. General William Westmoreland was one such person singled out by the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 65. Ctp Case Studies 4.2.2 Quality of the information in each Pet/CT department – IRL (based on survey answer) In order to quantify which hospital provide the patient with enough and sufficient information, each response for each variable in the question was made with a point score (Score sheet explained in details in Appendix 4). Score Type Poor Information Not Enough Information Acceptable Information Good Information High information (0% – 20%) (21% – 40%) (41% – 60%) (61% – 80%) (81%– 100%) PET/CT 1 70.50% PET/CT 2 45.20% PET/CT 3 56.80% PET/CT 4 44.20% PET/CT 5 55% Total 4 1 % 66.67 16.7 Table 4.4.: Distribution of the PET/CT department– IRL Table 4.4. Showed that only One (16.6%) PET/CT department in IRL provide the patient with good sufficient information, where 4 (66.6%) of the PET/CT department provide the patient with acceptable information. Figure 4.9. : The quality of the information in each PET/CT department – IRL Based on the score sheet developed by the researcher (Appendix 3), the result were demonstrated in figure 4.9., all PET/CT departments participant in the survey their concern were to provide the patient with sufficient information about PET/CT procedure in first place with an average (mean = 56%), followed by clarifying patient basic details ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The second leaflet provide acceptable information to the patient (59.09%), where the PET/CT information part was good information (66%) and good design quality (75%). The last leaflet, had the highest score (66.87%) indicate that they provide the patient with good information leaflet, with good PET/CT information (66%) and a good design quality ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 67. Unit 9 D1 Research Before we created our promotional materials such as posters, leaflets and flyers, we had to make sure that we were able to find a suitable price in which we can budget according to our finances. During our research, we were able to locate a suitable printing agency in which we could print our promotional materials in bulk, so we could hand out in the local area to help promote the business. The advantage of the agency we chose for printing our material was that they were able to print our promotional materials within 2 working days and that any deliveries that took place could be tracked on the website when u log on to it, this to make sure that the delivery is going according to plan. By selecting the amount we though would be ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The reason behind this decision was that we believed that consumers would be more likely to read a poster that had a limited amount of writing on the poster rather than having a 'jammed' pack poster full of writing and fewer pictures. By just stating the important points and more use of pictures proved to be more eye catching for us and potential consumers. This could help achieve the aims of this organisation as students and working class people could notice this poster when they shop at local newsagents or public areas when they go to work or college. Although these won't be distributed to houses like leaflets, they will be situated at public areas such as on buses or some of the local shops nearby. This would increase customer awareness of the business on a whole or be a drawback as some people like the elderly who do not shop as often as other student are more likely to miss the poster rather than students who walk past on a day to day ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 69. Hans And Sophie Scholl: The White Rose Movement Emma Mueller (23%) Mrs. Fagbongbe B – Block December 1, 2015 Hans and Sophie Scholl (The White Rose) The White Rose movement was a group of college students from the University of Munich who were opposed to Nazis performing massacres. This non–violent resistance group was founded in June of 1942 by Hans Scholl, Sophie Scholl, Christoph Probst, Alexander Schmorell, Willi Graf, Kurt Huber, and many others. The members of the group were motivated to oppose Hitler because of the terrors that Hans Scholl saw with his own eyes, the wrong teachings in German Youth Group, and the 'abominable crimes' of the Nazi's tyranny. In all, the White Rose members were remarkable people, they did courageous actions against the Nazis, and they died in honor because ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Even though they knew they were risking their lives, they did as much resisting till they could not. Most of the members were killed in the year of 1943, but the most significant members died earlier in the year on February 22, 1943. These important leaders were Hans, Sophie, and Christoph. On the day when they were arrested, they were caught handing out leaflets at the University of Munich, and a university custodian, Jakob Schmid, betrayed Hans, Sophie, and Christoph by turning them into the Gestapo. Soon after the heart–breaking arrest, many of the other members were caught and arrested. These other participants were Kurt Huber, Willi Graf, Alexander Schmorell, and several others not mentioned. In all, the members' blessings ran out and they were trapped and were headed for trial. In all dissatisfaction, they were taken to the People's Court in Berlin to be trialed by head judge, Roland Freisler. Roland Freisler ruled with no second thought that they were guilty of high treason and were to be sentenced to death on February 22, 1943. When their trial ended, Hans Scholl and Sophie Scholl were sent off to Stadelheim prison and were arranged one visit with their parents, to say their saddening goodbyes. All in all, they died in Munich trying unravel the secrets of the genocides of the German people and Jews from all over. Sadly, no one really believed them till afterwards because everyone was too petrified of the ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 71. Essay on Leaflet Nvq 2 Index * Types of abuse. * Correct action to take if you suspect an individual is being abused. * Correction action to take if an individual tells you their being abused. * How to ensure that any evidence of abuse is kept safe. * National policies that set out requirements for safeguarding individuals. * Local and organisational systems for safeguarding. * Roles of different agencies and professionals that are involved in safeguarding. * Sources and advice, support and information to help social care workers understand their own role in safeguarding. Types of abuse Physical abuse Physical abuse means when someone injuries you and causes pain. Example: hitting you, pushing you and biting you. Signs: ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Neglect by others Neglect by others means when someone knowing is ignoring and/or with holding physical or medical care. Signs: Not getting enough food, stopping you accessing medical help. Correct action to take if you suspect an individual is being abused. In an emergency, if you think the person is being abused and is at the risk of being harmed and needs immediate police protection, call the police 999 or contact adult social care helpline on 0300 200 1005 or child line 0800 111 11. Correct action to take if an individual tells you they are being abused. To write everything down they tell you, report it to the appropriate bodies' i.e. manager. Reassure them and tell them they're going to be safe but you are going to have to tell someone as we have a duty of care. How to ensure that any evidence of abuse is kept safe. Attend to any injuries and seek medical help, if the abuse is of a sexual nature then to seek medical help before attending the injuries. As soon as possible write down details od the incident, including location, time, the nature of the abuse, other person present. Don't put your own opinion or assumption, to time, date and sign document. Document can be used in court.
  • 72. Ensure any physical evidence such as clothing is collected and retained. Store in a safe place. National policies that set out requirements for safeguarding individuals. SOVA– safeguarding of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 74. Unit 301 Understanding Roles leaflet Mr. Peter Bowen Understanding Roles, Responsibilities and Relationships in Education and Training Unit 301 The areas covered within this leaflet are: The teaching role and responsibilities in education and training How the teaching/training role involves working with other professionals The boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles including points of referral to meet the needs of learners The key aspects of legislation, regulatory requirements and codes of practice relevant to the roles and responsibilities of our own professional role As teacher's we are committing to a life time of learning and development of ourselves and our learners. The roles and responsibilities in education and training. These are ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... Teachers will inevitably be in contact with other professionals daily. It is always important to treat these professionals with respect. These professionals may include some of the following: Management, OFSTED, Colleagues, Reprographics department, Suppliers and external agencies An example might be, external agencies required to repair classrooms or equipment so as the lesson or course may proceed. The boundaries between the teaching role and other professional roles, including points of referral to meet the needs of learners. Some learners may have needs that exceed what we the teacher can offer. It is our role as the teacher to recognise our own boundaries and refer the learner elsewhere. It is of utmost importance that as a teacher you do not cross boundaries with learners by becoming too familiar. During lessons it may become apparent that a learner has a specific need that requires help such as financial guidance, bereavement, dyslexia, or help with maths/English skills. We would refer them to an appropriate professional such as finance staff, welfare centre or counselling staff to ensure they get the help and advice they need. Some of ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 76. Template for 3mer Guidance Leaflet A guidance leaflet to show the main individual rights and needs an employee has during employment, in order to assist in creating a good working relationship and upon termination of the employment, a look at issues to address. The impact of employment law at the start of the employment relationship The internal and external factors that impact on the employment relationship are as follows: Internal 1. Collective Agreement. Collective agreements are negotiated between an employer and a trade union over matters such as: how negotiations will be organised who will represent employees which employees are covered by the agreement which terms and conditions the agreement will cover These can only be altered if both ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... However, if a person is self–employed they still have protection for their health and safety and, in some cases, protection against discrimination, and their rights and responsibilities are set out by the terms of the contract they have with their client. 3. Worker. A worker is any individual who works for an employer, whether under a contract of employment, or any other contract where an individual undertakes to do or perform personally any work or service. The following groups of people are likely to be workers but not employees: most agency workers short–term casual workers some freelancers Workers are entitled to some employment rights including the national minimum wage, holiday pay and protection against unlawful discrimination but not covered by all statutory rights. Three reasons for the importance of identifying an individual's employment status are: 1. Legal Reasons. Each type of employment status has different legal rights, so it is important to know which category the individual falls into as their employment status will determine their rights at work. Self–employed people are effectively their own boss and do not have employment rights in the same way as employees and workers. For example, in many cases they can decide themselves how much they are paid and what leave to take. It's important to know what a person's employment status is, because ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...
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  • 78. Propaganda During World War Two Essay Propaganda During World War Two During World War II propaganda was ubiquitous. It consisted of a wide range of carriers including leaflets, radio, television, and most importantly posters. Posters were used based on their appeal: they were colorful, creative, concise, and mentally stimulating. Posters often portrayed the artist's views on the war. They demonstrated the artist concern for the war, their hopes for the war, and reflected the way enemies were envisioned. Posters also show a nations political status: they reflect a nations allies and enemies, how the nation saw itself, and its greatest hopes and fears of the war. Posters were mainly used to sway public opinion. They were aimed at brainwashing society to think and act a ... Show more content on Helpwriting.net ... The second type of poster was the "Victory" poster. In this type of poster, the United States flag and a solider in uniform were shown to give off a patriotic feeling and accompanied by words such as " America, Now and Forever". These posters also used symbols such as Uncle Sam, the American Eagle, and most of all the Stars and Stripes. The third type of posters, "Careless Talk" posters, were in contrast to "Victory" posters. These posters were designed to keep Americans from talking about the war. Talking may seem as harmless, however American authorities feared that spies would overhear American plans of attack and would relay this information to Axis powers. Although not using nation symbols, symbols such as were death, such as a paratrooper and others with cemetery crosses. These posters commonly used the cause–and–effect idea. An example of this is represented in a poster showing a spaniel gazing over his dead owner's naval collar with the words "...because someone talked" underneath. According to Photoworld, "Because someone talked, the spaniel has lost his master, and it conveys a sense of loss." By perceiving this sense of loss, Americans would give their sympathy to the war and to the men and women who were fighting. To attract public compassion for ... Get more on HelpWriting.net ...