Summary Role of Rules Official in Tournament Edited

Summary Role of Rules Official in Tournament Student’s Name Institution Summary Role of Rules Official in Tournament There are many officials with a diverse role in a PGA tournament game with each official working to attain a successful tournament. Ideally, the rule officials communicate and advice the player’s about the rules in the tournament by asking them to identify the number of their balls and the brand (Magdulski & Ritter, 2009). Besides, the rule officials have the role of interpreting the event that took place during the game. Additionally, the rule official observes the game accurately through being alert most of the time. This study intends to review an article on sports...

Sexual Assault in the US Army

Name Professor Course Date Sexual Assault in the US Military “Sexual abuse has been defined as the performing of any form of nonconsensual sexual act on another individual, whether in the shape of bodily harm, use of false pretense to acquire sexual favors, intimidation and infliction of fear on the victim or the performance of any sexual acts on a person who is unable to provide verbal consent (Kelley, Schwerin, Farrar, & Lane, 170).” According to Kelley, Schwerin, Farrar, & Lane (2015), rape and sexual assault in the US military has been a pervasive issue that is still very prevalent today. With the increasing cases today, the proactive measures taken are wanting. The militant...

Cost of Mental Illness

Cost of Mental Illness - Who Pays and Who Receives Name Institutional Affiliation Cost of Mental Illness - Who Pays and Who Receives Mental illnesses are widespread across the different countries of the world including the developed countries. In their article, Schofield et al. (2011) examine the national as well as personal costs of mental illnesses in Australia. They opine that mental health conditions have the potential of interrupting people’s ability to take part in the labour force and thus pose a significant burden to both the state and individuals. In the “Background” section of the article, Schofield et al. (2011) report that mental health illnesses in Australia are the third...

The rationale for the choice of the model/ FOR

The rationale for the choice of the model/ FOR Breast Cancer-related lymphedema (BCRL), is a medical condition that causes blockage of the lymphatic system (McClure, McClure, Day, & Brufsky 59). As such, the appropriate frame of reference is the biomechanical frame of reference since there is a limited range of motion and strength. Classify Study linked to OTPF Performance skills are purpose-oriented actions, witnessed as the small units of engagements in the day-to-day occupations (Occupational therapy Practice 8). Performance skills are learned, internalized, and expressed by the clients. On the other hand, performance patterns involve roles and habits that hinder or support the performance...

Importance of Stupidity in Scientific Research

Student’s Name Professor Course Date Stupidity in the Scientific Research Introduction The field of scientific research is attributed to the provision of solutions to scientific problems. The development of the research hypotheses requires adequate problem-solving skills to come with a deliverable. However, the aspect of stupidity plays a crucial role in the scientific research. The research problem is an area that no one understands the solution. The researcher may as well not be competent enough to solve the research problem. The aspect of stupidity eradicates the complexity of the research problem and makes the researcher believe that he or she can create a solution (Schwartz 1771)....

Applying the Concepts of Conservatism and Liberalism

Applying Concepts of Conservatism and Liberalism Name Institution Applying Concepts of Conservatism and Liberalism Summary The article chosen is titled ACLU Distorts the Purpose of a Federal Effort to Protect Religious Liberty. This article was written by Margot Cleveland in 2018. The main theme of this article is religious freedom and the impact of the ACLU on Federal efforts geared towards achieving this liberty. The article begins with reaction to the recent constitution of an agency known as the Conscience and Religious Freedom Division by the Department of Health and Human Services. The central duty of this agency is enforcing Federal laws related to the protection of religious...

Nursing Leadership Reflection Paper

Nurse Leadership Name Institution Affiliation Date Introduction Provision of necessary healthcare services in the nursing domain is a compelling attribute for the healthcare settings. Nursing is a critical profession in service delivery relating to medical care to the patients. However, leadership traits are essential in the nursing domain to improve service delivery. Aspects such as teamwork are an integral part of success in nursing. In the paper, it focuses on Jeanine Frumenti an RN nurse leader who inspires in the healthcare setting. Jeanine has established leadership roles in New York, and various qualities identify her success as a nurse leader (Player & Burns, 2015)....

Abstract of a provided article

Article Abstract Name Institutional Affiliation Pre-hospital Delay for Patients with STEMI: Article Abstract Abstract The World Health Organization indicates that cardiovascular disease is one of the leading causes of death in the world today. Pre-hospital delays tend to cause significant effects on the patients and increase their mortality rate. The female gender is one of the factors that has implications. Furthermore, there is no research regarding the issue conducted in the Arab culture. Therefore, this research was done with the motive of exploring some of the factors contributing to the pre-hospital delays among the STEMI patients of Saudi Arabia. This researched used mixed study...

ASD OCD

Student’s Name: Professor: Course: Date: Restricted Repetitive Behaviors in Autism Spectrum and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders Abstract The prevalence of neurodevelopmental disorders has been on the increase in the United States and the world as a whole. Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OSD) are examples of such neurodevelopmental disorders. ASD and OCD are similar in that they share some of their common characteristics. Restricted Repetitive Behaviors (RRBs) refer to a broad category of behaviors observed across many neurodevelopmental disorders. These behaviors fall into various categories. Some of these categories include sensory-motor movements, rituals,...

Integrated approach to understanding consumer behavior at bottom of pyramid

Article Review: Integrated Approach to Understanding Consumer Behavior at Bottom of Pyramid Name Institution The article studies and investigates on the consumer habits of the section of the world that is considered to be the bottom most of the economic pyramid. It looks to address the reasons why they consume, and the different needs that they have in the market. According to the study, “despite income and resource constraints, BoP consumers are sophisticated and creative.” Consumers are good at prioritizing and choosing their consumption patterns. The study concluded that “BoP markets offer profitable opportunities.” (Subrahmanyan & Gomez‐Arias, 2008) This means that firms...