January 7, 2019

Post a description of the disorder and underlying respiratory alteration associated with the type of cough in your selected scenario

In clinical settings, patients often present with various respiratory symptoms such as congestion, coughing, and wheezing. While identifying a symptom’s underlying illness can be challenging, it is essential because even basic symptoms such as persistent coughing can be a sign of a more severe disorder. Advanced practice nurses must be able to differentiate between moderate and severe respiratory disorders, as well as properly diagnose and prescribe treatment for their patients. For this reason, you must have an understanding of the pathophysiology of respiratory disorders. Consider the following three scenarios: Scenario 1: Ms. Teel brings in her 7-month-old infant for evaluation. […]
January 7, 2019

Post a description of the behavioral risk factor you selected and how this factor is impacting your community or state

“It is unreasonable to expect that people will change their behavior easily when so many forces in the social, cultural, and physical environment conspire against such change” (Kovner and Knickman, p. 139). When seeking to lessen behavioral risk factors in different populations, one of the greatest challenges is addressing the systemic issues within the population that enable the risky behavior to occur in the first place. Consider the health risks of school-age children not being immunized or drug users sharing needles. As Dr. Beilenson discussed in the Week 4 media program, these risky behaviors led to increases in individual and […]
January 7, 2019

Post an explanation of the physiological progression that occurs in anaphylactic shock

The treatment of anaphylactic shock varies depending on a patient’s physiological response to the alteration. Immediate medical intervention and emergency room visits are vital for some patients, while others can be treated through basic outpatient care. Consider the January 2012 report of a 6-year-old girl who went to her school nurse complaining of hives and shortness of breath. Since the school did not have any medication under her name to use for treatment and was not equipped to handle her condition, she was sent to an emergency room where she was pronounced dead. This situation has raised numerous questions about […]
January 7, 2019

Post a description of how you would diagnose and prescribe treatment for the patient in the scenario

At least once a year, the media report on a seemingly healthy teenage athlete collapsing during a sports game and dying of heart complications. These incidents continue to outline the importance of physical exams and health screenings for teenagers, especially those who play sports. During these health screenings, examiners check for cardiovascular alterations such as heart murmurs because they can be a sign of an underlying heart disorder. Since many heart alterations rarely have symptoms, they are easy to miss if health professionals are not specifically looking for them. Once cardiovascular alterations are identified in patients, it is important to […]
January 7, 2019

Looking at your leadership capabilities overall, what do you believe are your greatest strengths and weaknesses as a leader?

Introduction: Introduction and purpose of the paper Leadership Approach: Choose at least one leadership approach from the book that you would like to use to assess yourself as a leader. By \”leadership approach,\” we are referring to the approaches defined in each chapter in the text book (e.g., trait approach, skills approach, style approach). Describe yourself as a leader using this approach. Strengths and Weaknesses: Looking at your leadership capabilities overall, what do you believe are your greatest strengths and weaknesses as a leader? Leadership Plan: Based on your overall review of your leadership approach, what things would you like […]
January 7, 2019

What are the key takeaways from this class that you will carry with you?

What are the key takeaways from this class that you will carry with you? What did it take to bring your paper and presentation together, and how has that experience shaped your professional outlook? take away from the class: How to write The Scientific and Mathematical/Analytical Inquiries Cultural and Ethical Inquiry Drafting an Abstract
January 7, 2019

Have you or a anyone you know faced barriers similar to those described in the glass ceiling?

Have you or a anyone you know faced barriers similar to those described in the glass ceiling? Have you or anyone you know faced barriers related to enthocentrism and prejudice? How are these barriers similar or different?Think back to the Anatomy of Care simulation. Was Janice experiencing barriers or issues related to gender? Give an examples to illustrate. Video of Anatomy of Care :Alice
January 7, 2019

What are some theories that you believe will support your leadership style?

Reflect on the content you have learned in this course. What are some theories that you believe will support your leadership style? How do you plan on incorporating what you have learned into your career? please include Path–Goal Theory,Supportive Leadership, Participative Leadership
January 7, 2019

Post a summary of how the five population health determinants affect your selected health issue, and which determinants you think are most impactful for that particular issue and why

Did you know that the United States has a higher rate of infant mortality than Japan (CIA, n.d.)? Or, as Dr. Beilenson states in this week’s media presentation, that “your zip code that you live in makes more difference in your health and well-being than the genetic code that you\’re born with?” What causes these differences in health outcomes? To effectively develop policies and programs to improve population health, it is useful to use a framework to guide the process. Different organizations and governmental agencies (for example, Healthy People 2020) have created a variety of such frameworks, which establish measures […]
January 7, 2019

Key Health Determinants

Veins and arteries are vital elements of the cardiovascular system. They carry the blood supply through the body and are essential for proper function. Sometimes veins and arteries malfunction, resulting in cardiovascular disorders. Malfunctions of arteries and veins are similar to malfunctions of a water hose. Consider the structure and function of a hose. A tap releases water, which then travels through the hose and comes out the other end. If the hose has been dormant for several months, dirt and rusty particles might build up inside, resulting in a restricted flow of water. Similarly, buildup of plaque inside the […]
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