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  • How did you get your first car?
    How did you get your first car?
    What if you don't have a car?? I've never had a car, and never really felt a need to have one.

  • What is the difference between Will and Trust?
    What is the difference between Will and Trust?
    Will and trust are somehow related, because they really do have some similarities. Will literally refers to a kind of legal document that specifically states the beneficiaries of someone's property and the specific amount or materials that should be given to an individual. Will always becomes effective after the owner of the property has died, this means the will would have been written by the owner before death comes. Trust, on the other hand means a legal document that shows how the owner of a property is giving out his possessions to people even while he is still alive. The different property as contained in the document can be distributed to all the beneficiaries even after when the owner has died. Invariably, the difference between will and trust is that, while the former usually takes effect after the death of the owner of the possessions, the latter can take effect before and after the owner of the property has died.

  • Which of the following actions could lead to a criminal case?
    Which of the following actions could lead to a criminal case?
    Many actions or inactions as it may be can end up leading to a criminal case. For example something like a physician performing a pelvic exam without a glove on could be a criminal case. Use of protective equipment such as gloves is put in place to protect both patient and doctor it would be a dangerous and reckless move not to wear them in such a setting. There are actions that are unethical and may even stand to be punishable but are not considered criminal. For example if a doctor does not pay back their student loans this is not the right choice to make but it will not stand up as a criminal case.

  • Which of the following allied health professionals is not performing a direct patient service?
    Which of the following allied health professionals is not performing a direct patient service?
    When a patient goes to a hospital or clinic, the patient will most likely receive direct patient care because direct patient services will be included. Direct patient services are those that are directly administered from a health care professional to the patient. Some of these would include a nursing assistant taking vital signs because the nursing assistant would be actually doing the task on the patient. Another example would be a physical therapy assistant performing a physical therapy procedure. This person would be touching the patient by moving their body parts. Also, a respiratory therapist drawing blood would also have contact with the patient. When a medical assistant helps a physician, they are not in contact with the patient. Only the physician would be administering direct patient service.

  • Which of the following is true about a malpractice case?
    Which of the following is true about a malpractice case?
    There are some people who are being charged with a malpractice case and they do not know why. This is usually a complaint against someone who has supposedly done improper or illegal treatment towards a client or another person. There are different people who are more prone to getting accused of this such as medical practitioners, lawyers, and public officials. Negligence may occur because the person who is filing the case should prove that what he/she has experienced is because of the improper thing that was done by the professional. If this would be proven, the malpractice case may be verified. The answer to this is A.

  • How did you get your first car?
    How did you get your first car?
    1. My parents paid for my car2. I paid for about 1/2 of my car.

  • Which section of the Australian Constitution allows the Commonwealth Government to make laws for the peace, order and good government of the Australian people in relation to certain laws?
    Which section of the Australian Constitution allows the Commonwealth Government to make laws for the peace, order and good government of the Australian people in relation to certain laws?
    Section 51

  • And now for a trick question. Magistrates are always women. True or false?
    And now for a trick question. Magistrates are always women. True or false?
    The correct answer is FALSE, not true as you've put it. 54% of magistrates are women, not all.

  • The purchase price for all _____________ purchased hereunder is the sum of Six Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($650,000).
    The purchase price for all _____________ purchased hereunder is the sum of Six Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($650,000).
    Why assets and not goods ? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------- ------------------------ ----- ----

  • What are two things you should not do with needles?
    What are two things you should not do with needles?
    Recap the needle after use or after withdraw medication throw in the clinical waste after usage

  • What is the difference between Constitution and Bill of Rights?
    What is the difference between Constitution and Bill of Rights?
    The constitution and bill of rights are totally different from each other. The constitution is superior to bill of rights. We can say, constitution is a larger body, while bill of rights is just a part or a section of the constitution. The constitution is a legal document that regulates and controls the government and other institutions in a particular country. Constitution also defines the rights and duties of those in government to their subjects. It also talks about the right of every citizen in a country. Bill of rights is a section of the constitution that gives the rights and freedom to all citizens. Part of the bill of rights is fundamental human rights. A serious government is expected to uphold the right of every citizen in relation to their constitutional rights and the government should also ensure a complete adherence of the citizens to the rule of law. Bill of rights always concerns itself with the welfare of the citizens, while constitution is not only limited to that.

  • What can you conclude about these statements? Statement: “If you desire to enjoy the best holidays to Europe, join our exclusive EURO package”. An advertisement for a travel agency in an...
    What can you conclude about these statements? Statement: “If you desire to enjoy the best holidays to Europe, join our exclusive EURO package”. An advertisement for a travel agency in an...
    All are implicit

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