Touch Sample Clauses

Touch. Hinders: Do not touch the person, or touch the person in an inappropriate way.Helps: Touch the person appropriately (hands or shoulders). Ask participants what the community health worker did in this dialogue and how it might make the client feel. What was the more effective way to get valuable information from the client? Training Methods: Demonstration (cont.) One facilitator should role-play the client and the other should role-play a community health worker (CHW). Demonstration 2: Closed Questions (3 minutes) CHW: Good morning, (name). I am (name), the community health worker. Are you well?Client: Yes, thank you. CHW: Are you able to eat? Client: Yes.CHW: Are you having any difficulties? Client: No.CHW: Are you taking your medicines well? Client: Yes.Ask participants what they learned about the client. Demonstration 3: Open Questions (3 minutes) CHW: Good morning, (name). I am (name), the community health worker. How are you feeling today?Client: I’m well, but I don’t have much appetite.CHW: Tell me, what have you been eating?Client: I’ve had some porridge this morning. I’m not sure what I will have later on.CHW: Tell me, what foods do you have at home?Client: Let me see—I know there are some rice and beans. Ask participants what they learned about the client from this dialogue and how this differs from the previous dialogue. Demonstration 4: Responses and Gestures that Show Interest (3 minutes) CHW: Good morning, (name). How are you feeling today? Client: Good morning. I’m doing quite well, I think.CHW: Mmm (nods, smiles).Client: Well, I was a bit worried the other day, because I had diarrhoea.CHW: Oh dear! (raises eyebrows, looks interested) Client: I wondered if it was something that I ate.CHW: Aha! (nods sympathetically)Client: But the nurse said I gained more than half a kilo this month.CHW: Your appetite really is improving. Ask participants what the CHW did in this demonstration and how it might make the client feel.Training Methods: Demonstration (cont.) One facilitator should role-play the client and the other should role-play a community health worker (CHW). Demonstration 5: Reflecting Back (5 minutes) CHW: Good morning (name). How are you feeling today?Client: OK, but I’ve noticed that I have some sores in my mouth, and I don’t feel like eating.
Touch. The Repeat mode select pop up screen is displayed.• The [ ] button displays the currently selected mode.
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Touch. Gr. haptomai- to fasten one’s self to, adhere to, cling to
Touch. Talk shall continue to conduct its business in the ordinary and usual course and, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, shall not, without the written consent of Brite: (i) dispose or contract to dispose of any property or other assets, voluntarily incur any absolute or contingent debt obligation or engage in any activity or transaction except, in each case, in the ordinary course of business; (ii) borrow any money, except in the ordinary and usual course of business under currently existing lines of credit; (iii) enter into any lease or contract for the purchase or sale of real estate or of any interest therein; (iv) encumber any property or other assets; (v) grant any option, right or warrant to purchase shares of its capital stock; (vi) declare or pay any dividend; (vii) purchase or redeem any shares, notes or other securities or make any other distribution to stockholders; (viii) increase the rate of remuneration of any of its directors, officers, employees or other representatives, or agree to do so; (ix) adopt any new, or amend any existing, employee benefit plan; (x) form, or cause to be formed, any subsidiary; (xi) issue, sell, distribute or dispose of any shares, notes or other securities of Touch-Talk; (xii) make any commitments for capital improvements or materially alter standing commitments for capital improvements except as set forth in the Touch-Talk Disclosure Schedule under the heading "Contracts and Commitments of Touch-Talk"; (xiii) fail to keep its properties insured to the same extent as they are represented to be insured in Section 4.1(b)(xvi) at the date hereof; or (xiv) commit itself to do any of the foregoing.
Touch. WHY USE ITOnce the team has grasped the basic ideas behind possession, the next stepis to give it direction and rhythm. By dividing the area in zones you can give your players different touch restrictions that will force them to change the rhythm of play. This activity will also provide the players with targets that will also set the pattern of in-back-wide to switch play.SET UPSet up a 40x60 yard area and divide it into 3 zones. The players will have 2 touches in the middle zone and unlimited in the flanks. Also, set up 4 goals with flags in the flanks.HOW TO PLAYPlay 8V8 using the keepers as targets. These targets can be used as support in the defending side of the game as well as a point of attack in offense. The players must dribble through the flagsin order to get 1 point but if they use the targets in the buildup, they get 2 points.TECHNIQUEThis activity emphasizes the need to move the ball from side to side, in order to open up the middle of the field.It also allows for the use of the targets in order to switch the point of attack and attack the weak side. Players should recognize what is required of them according to their position on the fieldand the time in the game.From your serve, the players keep possession of the ball and try to score on the wide small goals by quick ball movement and proper supportIf a team loses possession, they must transition immediately to defend and vice versa. Quick team shaping and re-shaping isrequired UNLIMITEDPlayers maintain possession of the ball while they use 2 touches in the middle zone and free touch in the flanks. They must dribble through the gates (goals) in order toget a point Players can connect with the target in order to get 2 points by dribblingthrough the goalsRENE MIRAMONTESSupport From WideWide midfielders have to be switched on in order to get forward and support the forwards when the defense is penetrated. Get them rehearsed in this simple game WHY USE ITThis activity incorporates the technical/tactical concepts of possession, while getting tothe functions and responsibilities in attack of the wide midfielders SET UPIn the middle third of the field, set up a 30x40 yard grid with 4 midfielders playing against 3 opponents plus 2 neutrals on the sides. In the final 3rd, set up1 goal, a goalkeeper, and 3 defenders, playing against 2 forwards. HOW TO PLAYPlay 4v3 +2 in the grid with unlimited touches at first, then add a touch restriction. The neutrals, have 2 touch from the start. Once allthe 4 midfi...
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Touch. The scale bar is displayed.
Touch ability to palpate both superficially and deeply to discriminate tactile sensations. In an eight or twelve hour work day, the student is expected to be able to frequently (34-66%) be able to: bend/stoop, squat, reach above shoulder level, kneel, and push/pull. Weight requirements include: Manual Dexterity-ability to use your hands or assistive technology in a skillful, coordinated way to grasp and manipulate objects and demonstrate small, precise movements. Reviewed/approved 2.21.20 NURSING DEPARTMENT POLICIES ABSENTEEISM/ATTENDANCEAnticipated absence or tardiness must be reported to the instructor and the clinical site. Any absence or tardiness must be reported prior to the start of class or clinical.All absences from clinical must be made up. It is the student’s responsibility to contact the appropriate instructor to arrange for such make-up.If a student is having life issues that could impact their clinical or classroom performance, it is the student’s responsibility to contact the appropriate instructor so that accommodations can be considered.The nursing department abides by the Vincennes University attendance policy which states in part that “students who miss class hours totaling twice the number of credit hours awarded for the course, or the equivalent of two weeks of class instruction are eligible to be dropped from the class.” Students wishing to withdraw must complete the withdrawal process by the date designated by the current college policy. Students are referred to the University Catalog and the Vincennes University Student Handbook for further policy detailsRN-BSN ONLINE COURSES: Active participation in online courses is required. Weekly attendance will be determined by blackboard activity, assignments, quizzes, and/or exams. Due dates for these activities will be posted on the course calendar. Failure to complete the above activities will result in deduction of class points and will be considered as an absence as per the VU attendance policy. Failure to submit assignments by due dates may lead to dismissal from the BSN Program.ACADEMIC INTEGRITY Honesty and integrity are requisite characteristics for nurses. Dishonesty in any form will not be tolerated for one simple reason: Behaviors are a reflection of personal beliefs andvalues. Those who truly value honesty and integrity will behave with honesty and integrity. If one is dishonest in their approach to coursework, there is a plausible concern that one will be dishonest in their approach t...
Touch. The tuning mode selection popup is displayed.• [ ] button displays the current selected mode. (e.g. [DX Seek])