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Culture & Diversity: Transcultural Communication Nursing Short Film

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I put this video together for a project I had at school. We shot the video a day before I was required to trim my beard down. So I came up with the idea to pose as a Saudi Arabian Surgeon that had poor hand hygiene & hurried his non English speaking into signing surgical   


Emotional Intelligence Excerpt From Discussion Post

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Emotional Intelligence excerpt from a response I gave to a Contemporary Issues in Nursing discussion post. The original discussion post touched on Lateral violence in nursing and the workplace. Emotional intelligence is commonly discussed these days within organizations. Especially in those organization’s human resource departments. Emotional intelligence branches far beyond the work environment and even   


Is Caring Learned?

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Caring is a learned behavior that requires development. I too argue even the lowest level of this behavior is the foundations of human condition. Care includes taking care of objective things, taking care of things at hand, and taking care of being itself (Ranheim, 2012). There could be internal and external motivators to cultivate this   


Evidenced Based Practice : Restraints & Seclusion Use: Nursing Journal #1

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Literature suggest that Registered Nurses (RN’s) play a vital role in continuously improving the quality and safety of healthcare systems. Evidence of this nursing role, invoked the assembling of organizations and projects such as; Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN) project. The QSEN project collaboratively defines parameters for quality and safety competencies. In one   


Tornado in Naples, Florida Youtube Video Rebirthed After 3 Years

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“Tornado/Waterspout in Naples, Florida” was the title of the Youtube video I posted 3 years ago. The video sat dead and virtually unseen for 3 years, ranking itself as one of the lowest performing videos in my video gallery. Well fast forward to today, in the week of January 20, 2016 when a current event   


Gunpowder’s NightCrawler: Interstate 83 Wreckage

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On July 9, 2015, the corridor carrying traffic from Baltimore to the Maryland/PA line, North Bound Interstate 83 was shut down, for quite some time. In the past few years, the volume of traffic has increased exponentially which has led to frequent vehicle crashes. Rule of thumb: Always check traffic conditions via Google Maps and/or Waze prior   


Raspberry Pi 2 Unboxing

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I finally obtained a Raspberry Pi! Its the Raspberry Pi 2 which boast a number of improvements over its past version. I decided I would do an unboxing video due to my enthusiasm over the matter. Check it out! Unboxing The Raspberry Pi 2 – Youtube Referral Amazon link to the exact kit I bought   


How to Remove Tail Light 2005 Honda Odyssey

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How to change the brake lights on a Third Generation (2005-2010) Honda Odyssey. When one of the brake lights on our family minivan went out. I was happy that Honda design engineered this maintenance to be a 5 minute job. No removal of  interior lining or hard-to-get-to 10mm fasteners. However I did manage to crack   


What Bitcoin Was Like Back In 2011

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Discovering Cryptography I discovered Bitcoin back in 2011. It was selling for $7. Yes the going price was $7.00 and I have long since entered the “acceptance” stage of this grief of the pure fact that I should of bought more of this cryptocurrency. Like many people, the knowledge of Bitcoin came from learning about   


Temporary Dispoable Email Service

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Internet Privacy While this is probably nothing new under the sun. I personally have never come across something of its kind & found it intriguing to say the least. In the digital age, “Privacy” is a common word that we here more and more about. Me personally,  am not very OCD about internet privacy. Its