Clinical Reasoning Cycle

Introduction Nursing practitioners with effective reasoning skills always have a positive impact on the patient’s outcome. Conversely, nurses with poor clinical reasoning skills have a high potential of failing to detect the impending patient deterioration either from drug-body interactions or normal “failure to rescue.” These issues have resulted in increased number of escalating healthcare complaints in the ever expanding population of seniors (Levett-Jones & Bourgeois, 2014). According to Alfaro-LeFevre (2009), there are three primary reasons for the adverse patient outcomes experience ...

Sustainable Development Case Study

Executive summary Sustainable development has been defined by the World Commission on Environment as development that meets the needs of a generation without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. (OECD, 1987) In this age and era, the world is faced with many challenges including economic crises, global warming, poor health and loss of diversity. Sustainable development is thus employed to reconcile human developments and the earth’s ecological systems. Public policy all over the world and especially in Canada has been centered on sustainable development an ...

Louisa W. Hamer vs Franklin Sidway

22 Ill.36 N.Y. St. Rptr. 888, 124 N.Y. 538, 27 N.E. 256, 1891 N.Y. LEXIS 1396 February 24, 1891, Argued April 14, 1891, Decided Court of Appeals of New York Hamer v. Sidway: Introduction Hamer v. Sidway was a noted case decided by the New York Court of Appeals, which is the highest court of the New York state. This issue arose from the contract that an uncle and his nephew created in 1869. William E. Story promised to pay his nephew, William E. Story II, five thousand dollars in case he would forbear from the use of nicotine, alcohol, gambling, and swearing until his 21st birt ...

McDonalds Case Study

Introduction McDonalds is a large fast food chain with a global presence, operating in 118 countries. Many of its outlets are run on a franchise basis which is tightly controlled for consistency of experience. It is this consistency that has helped contribute to McDonalds' success. McDonalds is differentiated from its competitors by the scale of its operations, and is so well-known that its name has been incorporated into broader vocabulary, with 'McDonaldization' referring to largely homogenised global operations and 'McJob' describing employment with little reward or prospects. Orig ...

Amazon Case Study

Introduction Amazon.com started in the 1990s as a unique online book store with aims to revolutionise the market place. Reasons for Success Through use of a unique business model when on-line retailing was a new concept the organisation looked to reduce overheads whilst capturing key demographic groups on a global scale. The on-line model offered the opportunity to offer increased customer choice beyond the traditional retailer and mail order companies. Whilst the 1990s saw the boom of the on-line venture or dotcom as they were termed shareholders became concerned by the slow ...