Simulation has its pros as well as cons

For simulation to be beneficial the education providers themselves require education on organizing simulation, if it is to be of benefit to the students. Many facilities anecdotally report that high fidelity simulation manikins are under-utilized due to lack of knowledge of the educators related to setting up and running simulated scenarios and skills. An analysis […]

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Educational Change Affects Elderly Health Care

Introduction One of the most dramatic changes in the last decades in the world of health care education has been the incredible advance in technology. Information and communication technologies such as personal computers, video products such as videocassettes and videodiscs, and communication devices such as modems and facsimile machines, have changed the world. Increased performance […]

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Postgraduate Education Should Become Compulsory

First, Jie Liu believes that it is vital for every postgraduate marketing education provider to understand the three characteristics of a postgraduate marketing student which are motives, expectations and preparedness. Liu divided the factors that may perhaps motivate students to choose postgraduate marketing education into intrinsic, extrinsic and career related. In a research executed by […]

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Integrative Effect of Food, Energy Water and Climate

Introduction With the progress in industrialization and technology the world has developed into a different place as compared to the world it was before industrial revolution. Industrial revolution gave many good things and many bad things to the world at the same time. On one hand the world has become a developed, luxurious and comfortable […]

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How Does Teaching Reflect The Way Children Learn

All children are individuals, and therefore the answer, in short, to this first question is ‘in a multitude of ways’. However, in order to obtain an insight to this broad subject I will firstly consider the way children learn English by analysing models of general learning styles and theories. I will then address the National […]

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Why Volunteering is the Best Choice One Can Make

Among the most-valued experiences in the first quarter of the 21st century is travelling. The amount of foreign countries visited is a sort of an indicator, showing a person’s open-mindedness, readiness for change, mobility, and curiosity. Although travelling across the globe is not cheap, there are ways to make it not just less expensive, but […]

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Causes And Effects Of Food Insecurity

State reconstruction is primarily aimed at restoring peace and stability. One of the key factors that threaten peace and stability is food insecurity. This paper focuses on the key challenge of improving food security in protracted crises as well as during post conflict times. The goal of achieving food security often becomes a daunting challenge, […]

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