Identify how art benefits wellness and creativity in the community and workplace.
You just opened a small company and got your first contract to design a new product. You divided your employees up into two teams of three to see who could come up with the best new designs. You gave them a week to work. As you observed their work, you noticed how noisy it was in your open-plan space. You also noticed some arguing, and one of your best designers had to go home early with a migraine. After a week of work, you called the teams back to see what they accomplished and you were very disappointed. The designs were just not up to standard.
When you asked your workers what the problem was, they had a long list of issues with the workspace. You know you need to revamp your office if your company is going to be successful, but you need to take inventory before you can begin improvements.
Design an informational infographic to help employers evaluate their workplace environment.
rol and eradication of malaria. Besides the genetic factors, drug pressure in the community also plays a major role in emergence of drug resistant parasites (Hodel et al. 2009). To assess the drug pressure, residual level of antimalarials was monitored by HPLC in the patients enrolled at selected study sites under therapeutic efficacy studies. We found that out of 295 patients enrolled in our study, 70 (24.2%) carried blood residual antimalarials above the lower limit of detection (50 ng/ml) at inclusion (Hodel et al. 2010) This could be a worrying factor and a possible indication of tolerance to residues which could act as a precursor for the development precipitation of resistance. This is a matter of concern and the issue needs to be carefully monitored at state as well as national level. Sulphadoxine-Pyrimethamine (SP) In our study, we found residual level of SDX in blood of 49 (17%) patients on day 0 at a mean concentration of 10765.3ng/ml. This finding corroborates with the results obtained from the study in which residual plasma concentration of antimalarials was detected prior to the treatment (Hodel et al. 2009). PYR is usually given at a lower dose of 1.25 mg/kg in combination with SDX and its half-life is approximately 4 days; shorter than that of SDX which has a half-life of 7.2 days (Hodel et al. 2009; Weidekamm et al.1982 ). In present study, the mean concentration obtained for SDX was comparatively higher than the reported study; but there was no conspicuous difference in the concentration range of the residual antimalarials (Hodel et al. 2009). There are various factors which might be responsible for such differences the in mean concentration of residual antimalarials: (1) Differences in the Samples (dried blood spots) extraction procedure (2) Instrumentation technique used i.e. they have used liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry which is highly sensitive as compared to HPLC used in the present study. Based on the day 0 and day 7 SDX concentration (C0 and C7), and assuming that the patients with residual SDX in their blood had taken a single dose of SDX according to their body weight, we can infer by using back estimation method that these patients must have taken SP approximately within one month (29 mean days) prior to inclusion in our study. Furthermore, it is also possible that patients might hav>GET ANSWER