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Emergency/Trauma Nursing Ch 10 – Flashcards 42 terms
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Kelly Fisher
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AP Human Geography Basic Health Care Eastern Europe And Russia North European Plain World History World Literature
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Jessica Forbes
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AP Microeconomics Basic Health Care Economics Principles Of Economics: Macroeconomics Principles Of Economics: Microeconomics
Microeconomics Chapter 1 Terms – Flashcards 34 terms
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Elizabeth Hill
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Basic Health Care Needs And Desires Private And Public Public Policy Social Policy
AP Psych Chap 15 -Treatments 43 terms
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What were some of the results of Soviet control of Eastern Europe? (list 4) a. collectives b. command economy c. democracy d. freedom of expression e. basic health care benefits f. price controls
collectives command economy basic health care benefits price controls
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B. Daily Life in Monasteries (1. How was the day divided in a monastery? 2. What kinds of work did monks do during their work day? 3. Why did monasteries provide basic health care and education to the community? 4. How did the monasteries help keep ancient learning alive?)
The monastic day was busy—and long. It began early, with prayers before dawn, and ended late in the evening. Each day was divided into periods for worship, work, and study. Monks used chants to mark the economical hours, or religious divisions, of the day. Monasteries and convents were not only places where monks and nuns lived and prayed, but were also places of work and study. Many were self-contained communities that grew their own food. They made many of the things people needed in daily life. Monks worked in the monastery’s gardens and workshops. They worked in libraries where they copied and illustrated religious manuscripts. Early medieval Europe had no hospitals or public schools. As a result, monasteries and convents often provided basic health and educational services. Monks and nuns helped care for poor and sick people. They set up schools for children. Monasteries and convents also helped keep ancient learning alive. Their libraries contained Greek and Roman works, which monks and nuns copied. Some monks and nuns wrote and taught Latin, which was the language of the Church and of educated people.
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ED as Access to Basic Health Care
Because the current health care system is complex, expensive, and difficult to navigate, some patients view the ED as an access route to basic health care, where it serves as a safety net for patients who are ill or injured but lack access to health care.
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