Can Probation Officers Change an Offender?

Relationships between a probation officer and an offender are an actual topic of discussion within the framework of effective offenders social rehabilitation. This paper considers the role of the officer in the process of offenders change and the ways the officer may employ to stimulate transformation.

MONA Integrated Information Management System

The Museum of Old and New Arts (MONA) was opened on January 21, 2011. It is the largest privately owned museum in Australia. It is based in Tasmania, Australia.

Personal Worldview Inventory

There are various concepts that can influence ones personal worldview, and spirituality, pluralism, scientism and postmodernism are among them. Each of these terms has a special meaning for me.

Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer is one of the less studied yet fatal causes of death in modern society. In essence, most of these causes are exocrine tumors (McCance & Huether, 2014).

Hypertension Related to Ethnicity

Hypertension is a major problem both in the US and the world as a whole. Globally, over 9.4 million individual die, while 7.4% of the human population has disability-adjusted years of life because of the disease. Moreover, one billion people suffer from this health issue. Two-thirds of this population comes from middle-income countries.

Exercise Regimen and Risk for Heart Attack in Adults Over 65 Years

The purpose of this study is to determine whether a daily exercise regimen reduces future risk of heart attacks among adults over 65 years.

Correctional Managers

There has been an increasing number and diversity of offenders in most correctional institutes which imposes challenging responsibilities on correctional agencies and organizations.

Thalassemia

The present paper focuses on the phenomenon of thalassemia, its pathophysiology, diagnostic testing and its peculiarities as well as treatment modalities and other relevant practical aspects.

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Without any doubt, the word stress is one of the most widely used in scientific terminology. People usually use it to indicate that they suffer from nervous tension and that they are depressed or tired.

Travel Diary: Along the Silk Route

May 2, 675 BCE. I am very excited to begin my journey. My uncle was very kind to allow me to accompany him in his travel. Naturally, his reasoning for it was not to simply keep me entertained.

Search Warrant Requirements

Nowadays, a search warrant that prescribes to search the specified place for the presence of objects, which in the case of their finding may be used as evidence in the court, is a well-known and a common thing.

Alzheimers Disease

The present paper focuses on the Alzheimers disease and its peculiar aspects. To be more precise, pathophysiology of the disease is investigated as well as diagnostic testing and treatment modalities.

Bronchitis

Bronchitis is a common disease among children that occurs in the acute or chronic form because of the inflammatory process in the respiratory system. It is accompanied by a cough and other symptoms.

Evidence-Based Practice Opinion

Evidence-Based Practice (EBP) is the current approach in the provision of evidence-based nursing care to the patient, which has improved patients' outcomes and, as a result, the global health.

Management of Employee Relations

Workplace bullying is a psychological, social, physical, and verbal abuse by another individual, employer, and colleagues (J. Bartlett & M. Bartlett, 2011). It can occur in various establishments such as state organizations, community groups, workshops, shops, restaurants, and cafes (J. Bartlett & M. Bartlett, 2011).