Why is Uganda Taking Afghan Refugees?

Uganda has agreed to host 2,000 Afghan refugees at the United States’ request. On August 2021, the Taliban overran Afghanistan at an unprecedented rate, catching intelligence agencies, the Afghan government, and Afghans at a surprise. No one thought the group would ever return to power, and even those who saw the possibility anticipated years to … Continue reading Why is Uganda Taking Afghan Refugees?

The Impact of Gun Control on Law Enforcement and Crime

Gun control involves laws and policies to regulate the production, sale, possession, transfer, and use of firearms. Gun control laws limit gun ownership and use in a country. Most countries do not allow civilians to own firearms unless under exceptional circumstances. On the other hand, some countries allow citizens to buy and own firearms without … Continue reading The Impact of Gun Control on Law Enforcement and Crime

What Technology has been the Most Influential in Your Life?

Students are often asked to write an admission essay on the most influential technology or technologies in their life. Below is a sample. The technologies that have been most influential in my life are the smartphone and the internet. I use my smartphone to communicate with family, friends, and colleagues. The gadget allows me to … Continue reading What Technology has been the Most Influential in Your Life?

What does it mean to be Morally Responsible in Modern Society?

Moral responsibility denotes the comprehension of right and wrong and the willingness to act morally in any situation. People evolve with time, and some behaviors that were acceptable decades ago are considered immoral, unethical, and uncivilized in modern society. Even in the present world, the morality concept varies across cultures and geographic locations. Nevertheless, the … Continue reading What does it mean to be Morally Responsible in Modern Society?

Social Media as a Threat to Democracy

Social media threatens democracy in multiple ways. First, it spreads misinformation, amplifying illiberal agendas. Social media networks such as Facebook and YouTube are full of far-left and far-right commentators sharing narrow-minded views. Many people are gullible and blindly listen to these hosts, resulting in millions following a populist wave without regard to democracy and the … Continue reading Social Media as a Threat to Democracy

Should there be Limitations Applied to Paparazzi?

A paparazzi is a freelance photographer who follows famous people to take pictures or videos. They sell those photographs to tabloids, celebrity gossip websites, and media companies. Paparazzi accost celebrities, aiming to capture a controversial moment or an exciting picture. The job offers easy money, and in the present digital world, more individuals are venturing … Continue reading Should there be Limitations Applied to Paparazzi?

Causes of Medical Errors

Poor communication Communication breakdowns contribute to medical errors. Communication is vital because it facilitates coordination among doctors, nurses, patients, and families. Each party plays an integral part in realizing health outcomes, and failure to incorporate their input is detrimental. For example, inadequate communication between healthcare providers and patients and their families might result in an … Continue reading Causes of Medical Errors

How to Solve Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing

Honesty versus withholding information dilemma. The solution to this dilemma involves telling the truth. The nonmaleficence and fidelity principles mandate nurses to tell the truth. Nurses are obliged to disclose all medical information to a patient to maintain sound nurse-patient relationships. Withholding medical information is against patients’ rights. Telling the truth helps nurses avoid violating patients’ … Continue reading How to Solve Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing