The Grieving Process: Bereavement Counseling in the Evolutionary Progression Toward a Healthy Recovery After Personal Loss

A 12 page analysis of the thesis that “Grief is a necessary and evolutionary process for recovery following a personal loss, there are many channels that facilitate and aid this healthy recovery”. Identifies the role of bereavement counseling in this process, emphasizing that it allows an avenue for the expression of grief and its related emotions and dilemmas as well as a therapeutic address of those emotions and dilemmas. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

Federal Budget Process - The Role Of Congress

A 5 page paper. The budget process is outlined in the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974. The process begins with the President submitting a proposed budget to the congress on the first Monday in February. This paper describes the activities of both bodies of Congress beginning with the process of agreeing on the budget resolution. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

The Process of Bereavement: An Outline

A 2 page outline that details how societies employ rituals in order to aid the survivors in coping psychologically with the effect that the death of a loved one has on their lives. The writer argues that while bereavement is difficult to bear at any age, it particularly impacts the elderly and young children in a detrimental fashion that can have permanent negative effects. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

The MEAL Plan and Reverse Outline Strategies

Thinking Researching and Writing in Homeland Security This 6 page paper outlines methodologies for enhancing the process of producing an academic paper in homeland security. The importance of the MEAL Plan and Reverse Outline Strategies is emphasized. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Transportation Improvement Plan

This 18 page paper discusses Wal-Mart’s supply chain management processes. It begins by explaining what a supply chain is, the typical components of it, demographics related to Wal-Mart such as employees, stores, etc., strategic goals and plans, components in any supply chain, Wal-Mart’s method for supply chain management, including transportation, steps in their management process, transportation initiatives, strengths and weaknesses, metrics, and recommendations. A three-page outline is included in the page count. Bibliography lists 13 sources.


This 4-page paper focuses on the process necessary for putting together a proposal that outlines a communications plan or customer service plan.

Virginia Woolf as a Modernist

This is a 5 page paper discussing the modernist literature process used by Virginia Woolf in her writings. Examples of her works used are “The Voyage Out” and “To the Lighthouse” which incorporate the themes of sexual abuse, incest and bereavement all aspects found within the life of Woolf and are presented in a modernist approach using scattered images, non-traditional procedures and thoughts, and irrational format in plot development and behaviour of the characters. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Developing a Contingency Plan

This 14 page paper outlines the process for developing a contingency plan in line with the guidelines of the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST). The paper presents and explains the different stages and explains the processes at each stage. The bibliography cites 8 sources.

Developing an Organizational Bereavement Strategy

This is a 25 page paper that provides an overview of grief in the workplace. The grief process is explored and a bereavement strategy suggested. Bibliography lists 20 sources.

Decision Making in Paradise - Part 2

This 3 page paper looks at a case study provided by the student where an employee has two assessed the way a company could enter a remote market. The paper outlines the approach and stages of the decision-making process, demonstrating the way the process may take place. The bibliography cites 2 sources.

Reframing in the Art of Mediation

An 8 page research paper that examines one aspect of the mediation process. While the entire mediation process, as outlined by such experts as Cloke (1994) and Crum (1987), is important, the utility of mediation can be demonstrated by focusing on one of the crucial elements of this art. Therefore, this examination of the mediation process focuses on one aspect of mediation -- the techniques that are typically referred to in mediation literature as either "framing" or "reframing." Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Educational Planning and Instruction

This 4 page paper outlines the central role of an educator and the process of planning and instruction. This paper relates the view that educators must view the planning process as one that is based on the needs of their students and the requirements of their programming design. As a result, no planning or preparation process is complete without a total view of the goals and instructional strategies that incorporate these different areas.

Importance Of Visual Perception In Cognitive Processes

A 3 page paper written in bulleted outline form. The paper identifies the relationships between visual perception and cognitive processes and how visual perception is used. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

Implementation Plan

This 4 page paper provides an overview of an implementation plan to reduce the prevalence of cather-related infection amongst patietns with end-stage renal disease (ESRD). This paper outlines the process of implementing the program. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

Presentation to Implement an Intervention Strategy to Reduce Fall Rates in a Home Care Nursing Agency

This 23 page paper is a 21 slide PowerPoint presentation along with speak notes to introduce a new strategy into a nursing agency. The new strategy is a program to reduce the fall rates of the elderly patients by reducing their exposure to risk. The presentation introduces the strategy, explains why it is needed and outlines the new process that will form part of the strategy. The bibliography cites 15 sources.