Fill in the blanks to complete the following sentences.
1. Ming-Dynasty China
The population of China approximately doubled between the start of the Ming dynasty in and its collapse and replacement by the Manchus in . This population increase, along with a reduction in government regulation, led to China’s Commercial Revolution, which lasted from 1500 and 1800. Economic advances during this time, which extended into the Qing era, included the system for textile manufacture, trade with the empire through the port of Manila, expansion of private from Shaanxi into other provinces, flourishing intermediate towns, and trade in staples like grain and cotton.
The late imperial system of political control relied on a large, well-funded, and powerful staffed by dedicated officials who competed for positions by passing ; the central authority of the ; and the support of the new wealthy, literate
Early Ming-dynasty foreign policy was aggressively expansionist, as emperors extended their control into historical Chinese territories and northern , which became a Chinese province. Despite the early Ming success in wresting China from the Yuan dynasty, the remained China’s most serious threat, capturing Beijing in 1550.
A Muslim eunuch named led China’s most ambitious expeditions of maritime exploration, sailing through much of Southeast Asia and the Indian Ocean. Due to lack of interest, however, the Chinese halted these voyages.
Where Do You Go From Here? (graded)
How has your thinking changed about nursing research and evidence-based practice as the result of this course?
.1em;”>, be thinking about the following questions for our discussion:
1. How can you apply what you have learned to your practice to make it based on evidence? 2.What are challenges do you face in implementing EBP? How can you overcome these challenges? 3. How has your thinking changed about nursing research and EBP as a result of this course? 4. What can you do to facilitate research? 5. How important is EBP for the future of nursing and patient care?
This week will be working towards the following Course Outcomes:
Compare the research process to the process of searching for evidence.
Describe the barriers and facilitators to utilizing research findings in evidence-based practice.
Utilize research findings in one’s own evidence-based practice.