Research Paper On Protein Supplements
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Temporary Agency Nurses' Accountability and Competence in a Hospital Setting
A 9 page analysis of the use of temporary agency nurses to supplement shortcoming is permanent nursing staff. This paper asserts that although the use of temporary nurses is justified in certain situations, this use must occur with managerial provisions in place to insure competence and accountability. The recommendation is made that clinical pathways are an appropriate mechanism for insuring this. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Cross Membrane Transport and Molecular Mixtures in Joe Alper's Article 'Drug Delivery Breaching the Membrane'
A 5 page review of “Drug Delivery: Breaching the Membrane”, an article by Joe Alper published in the May 3, 2002 edition of “Science”. Alper’s (2002) research concentrates on the cell membrane and the manner in which cross-membrane transport occurs, specifically the manner in which membrane-bound protein transporters function to allow various nutrients and hormones across. Alper’s paper adds insight to both the structure and function of the cell membrane and its components and how each relates to the molecular structure of the body’s complex mixture of chemicals. No additional sources are listed.
High Carbohydrate and High Protein Diets Compared
This 10 page paper looks at these two very different diet types and notes the battles between the diet doctor gurus. Their theories are assessed and compared. The paper focuses on Dr. Atkins's New Diet Revolution and Dr. Ornish's Eat More, Weigh Less. Other diets are mentioned. Bibliography lists 4 sources.