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Forensic science

The term forensic science involves forensic or forensis in Latin which means a public discussion or debate. In a more modern context, forensic applies to courts or the judicial system. Forensics is the term given to an investigation of a crime using scientific means. It is also used as the name of the application of scientific knowledge to legal matters.

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For years, the hospitals have been purchasing equipment to increase the safety of patient handling and movement in the effort to reduce injury to employees. Many healthcare workers have not been using the equipment for various reasons like time, difficult to use, inadequate training, weight limitations, availability of equipment and feeling the equipment is inappropriate for the task.

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People deserve to be protected when disaster strikes, it is best to be prepared. Nobody can predict the future but smart people plan ahead for it. Insurance is a form of risk management in which the insured transfers the cost of potential loss to another entity in exchange for monetary compensation known as premium. It is a tool which aids to reduces the cost of loss caused by variety of risk.

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Since the primordial times, it has been known that the physician and patient amalgamation is an important aspect for maintaining health and well-being of an individual. To draw the maximum use of this relationship, the patient needs to timely present their medical problems to a physician to explain their problem in the best way possible and most importantly a respectful alliance between the two needs to be maintained.

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Occasionally, the healthcare professionals may encounter patients who they no longer wish to treat. The reasons for terminating the physician-patient relationship may include various circumstances and situations, like: chronic non-compliance, rudeness to office staff, or non-payment of bills. These patient behaviors can affect the interactive care-giving process and they may also identify patients with a propensity to file a claim against the healthcare organization or person. To help reduce the risk of a future claim, a physician may terminate or discharge a patient from the practice. However, there are certain exceptions that apply to terminating a patient.

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