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A Closer Look at the Psychological and Social Aspects of Palliative Care

April 7, 2016 – 10:03 PM |

“It is difficult to accept death because of its unfamiliarity, despite the fact that it happens all the time but we never see it” (Ross, 1975). Palliative care is an integrated concept of multiple domains. …

In Focus: Impact of Corporal Punishments on a Child’s Personality Development

January 12, 2016 – 10:49 PM |

Hadi (2014) describes corporal punishment (CP) as the physical force applied on children by parents, guardians, teachers to control and discipline the child. CP includes methods such as hitting, slapping, pinching, by  using items such …

In Perspective: Implications of Using Physical Restraints in Clinical Settings

January 22, 2014 – 7:40 PM |

This argumentative essay is directed toward the healthcare professionals and especially the nurses who are most of the time in contact with the patients and are better aware of their needs and feelings. Based on …