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ACT102 Introduction To Accounting

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Answers: 1(a)   1(b)   1(c)   1(d)   1(e)   1(f)   1(g) Post-closing Trial Balance for the year   2(a) 2 (b)   2(c) The profit/ (loss) earned from the cash basis of accounting is (90). The profit earned from the accrual basis of recording revenues and expenses is $320. 2(d) The accrual method of accounting gives the best picture of true earnings for Spotless Cleaning. In a busi...

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HSC203 Indigenous Health Perspectives 2

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Answer: Introduction The assessment is made in regards to conduct the literature review based on the analysis of the impact of historical, social process among the indigenous people of Australia and its effects on the Australian Aboriginal Strait’s health. All the above-identified factors give a wide impact on the indigenous health of people and affect the overall health of the common people. The several disparities have been created am...

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HSC230 Cultural Safety In Healthcare 2

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Answer: Introduction: The Mercy Health Melbourne is an organization whose mission is to take proper hospital care for the aged people, and also the ones who suffer from mental health illness. The company also works for providing healthcare services to the parents, and the women, along with essential home care services and residential care for the retired people. (Mercy Health, 2020). Being a believer of the Catholic philosophy, the organ...

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EST203 Teaching Indigenous Learners

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Answer: Rationale. This lesson plan is developed for a year 2 class, keeping correlation with the Aboriginal pedagogy. The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders (ATSI) form a significant portion of not only the country’s demographic populace, but also the nation’s cultural and traditional historical heritage. Tyson Kawooppa Yunkaporta (2009), therefore created the 8 way framework for aboriginal pedagogy wherein his primary objectiv...

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HSC 203 Indigenous Health Perspectives

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Answers: Introduction There are various kinds of health services being run by an array of government and nongovernment organizations across the world and respective Public Health Steering Committees usually regulate services and policies. Their roles include assessment, policy development and assurance of public health quality. The purposes of public health has also several aspects which include prevention of epidemics and diseases; protecti...

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MAN212 Organisational Behaviour

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Question: Discuss about the Meat Pack Organizational Report.   Answer: Introduction Meat Pack Company has been in existence for the last twenty-seven years, founded by Derek Bison, in Sydney, Australia. Its management and administration revolves around family members, who own it, and has great impact to the economy. Majorly, through the provision of employment that changes the livelihood of various people in the society (Bratton...

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YPSY02 Psychology

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Question: Discuss about the Personality Psychometrics as Reductionist.     Answer: Introduction: The methodological study of personality psychometrics has been termed as reductionist and therefore unworthy studying because it reduces the conventional complex structure. In the field of psychology therefore, when a phenomenon is broken down (through test), it ceases to hold the necessary weight for meaningful study. In this case, ...

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HSC203-Health Journey Of An Indigenous Person In Australia

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Answer: Introduction Recently I came across a survey that said that the rate of hospitalization of indigenous people in Australia is quite higher than the non-indigenous counterparts. Once again there are more number of indigenous people who can suffer from cancer than the non-indigeneous (Kilian & Williamson, 2018). All these made me ponder me about the poor state of health concerning the indigenous people. I would no...

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HSC203-Health Journey Of An Indigenous Person

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Answer: Alex Evans is a 45 year old man who hails from the Wurundjeri tribe and stays in Melbourne with his wife and two children in a 1 BHK apartment. Alex works as a banker in the public domain. Alex had injured his knee while playing soccer with his children a month ago. The wound did not seem to heal. Initially, Alex applied antiseptics without consulting a GP and thought the wound would heal. He mentions that the injury was minor and...

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NUR241 Challenge And Response To Body Integrity 2

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Answer: Introduction With reference to the patient case as presented by the case study, the second and the third question would be answered in the following paragraphs. The primary signs of the manifestation of Cushing syndrome can be enlisted as (Starkman,2013): A significant fatty hump like structure present in between the shoulders Round face High blood pressure Purplish or pinkish stretch marks The primary symptoms that determin...

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HSC230 Cultural Safety In Healthcare

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Answer: Part 1 Part 2 Reflection Introduction The diverse consumerism of the health care makes it essential to practice cultural safety in health care. Self-realization of own culture, beliefs and values are necessary to understand and accept the culture of others. In this reflective paper I would critically reflect upon my own understanding about the cultural safety. I aim to incorporate the cultural safety in my nursing practice by refl...

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NUR115 Principles Of Primary Health Care

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Answer: Introduction The first international conference on ‘Health Promotion’ organized by the WHO (World Health Organisation) in Ottawa, Canada in November 1986, called ‘Ottawa Charter for Health Promotion’ (World Health Organisation, 2018). The main objective of this charter is “health for all” by the year 2000 and after this a better health promotion of human beings. The charter stressed the importance o...

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NUR113-Concept Of Professional Nursing

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Answer: Importance of Ethics in Patient care Ethics is considered by Numminen, Repo and Leino-Kilpi (2017) as the pivot point of nursing as a profession. Ethical practice plays a fundamental role in nursing practice. According to Grace, Innes, Patton and  Stockhausen (2017), ethical practice aids nurses in instilling higher levels of workplace respect in their interactions with patients and other members of their inter-professional teams...

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HSC203 Health Journey Of Simon Pam Kyah For Quakers Hill NSW

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Answer: The identified Australian Indigenous person in the public domain is Anaiwan woman and Matilda’s star, Kyah Pam Simon. Kyah was borne in the year 1991 June 25. She is an Australian professional soccer striker and playing for the Houston Dash in the NSWL. In the year 2011, Kyah became the first-ever Indigenous Australian player to score a celebrated goal in the FIFA World Cup. Kyah has played for Central Coast Mariners, Sydney FC, ...

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HSC230-How Cultural Safety Is An Important Aspect Of Healthcare

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Answer: Introduction An environment that is spiritual, physical and socially safe empowers both the healthcare practitioners and patients. However, patients determine the safety of an environment since their cultures, beliefs and values are directly linked to the care they receive. According to Dempsey (n.d), to ensure patients receive a safe care, healthcare practitioners must determine and understand their own values, beliefs and behaviors ...

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