I need an answers for these two questions: 1- In what areas do you feel the environmental regulatory agencies in the US are doing a great job, and in what areas do you think they must improve to protect a healthy environment and healthy lives for citizens? 2- If you could wave a “magic wand” what would you personally do to improve the global environment? In other words – where would you redirect efforts?
Select a specific public health problem. What are some of the complexities of this public health problem? How could systems thinking improve our ability to understand this problem, the factors that influence this problem within specific communities, and potential interventions? Use critical thinking and provde supportive back up
Organ Transplantation: Define organ recovery and transplantation. List two ethical issues related to organ transplantation. Identify the role of the nurse in organ transplantation. Genetics and Genomics: Define genetics and genomics. List two ethical issues surrounding predictive and preventative factors of genetics and genomics. Identify the role of the nurse in genetics and genomics.
According to HealthIT.gov what is telehealth? How is telehealth different from telemedicine? Provide a reaction response to this report and discuss the following: What is your experience with telehealth in your community and work setting? What are the challenges and potential barriers regarding use of telehealth in your local community as well as the nation?
What issues, aside from physical health or abuse/neglect, can affect a person’s wellbeing? What types of predictable routines can a worker develop with a person to contribute to their sense of security? Describe two indicators that a person is experiencing emotional concerns or issues. List two signs a worker may observe that a person is experiencing financial issues.
You are reviewing the record of Randy Robertson, a child seen by Dr. Carson, a pediatrician. The physician has just determined that the child has hemophilia. In order to reach this decision, the physician ordered a factor assay test. Which blood coagulation factors are found to be deficient in hemophilia? How might the test results in this patient vary from the normal results? Paula Johnson, a 52-year-old woman, is undergoing a series of thyroid function tests. The physician suspects that Mrs. Johnson may be experiencing hypothyroidism. What hormone tests would the physician order? What results would be expected if Mrs. […]
Where the Rubber Hits the Road: Physician-Phelps Hospital Relationships Anthony R. Kovner As professor of healthcare management at New York University/Wagner, I was invited by Phelps Memorial Hospital Center’s CEO Keith Safian to visit the hospital in 2010 and review the impact of Medicare and potential health reforms on hospital—physician collaboration. Competitive Position of the Hospital Phelps is a community hospital of 235 beds, operating at 70 percent occupancy. Inpatient services include medicine, surgery, psychiatry, obstetrics, pediatrics, and physical rehabilitation. Two units of mentally ill chemical-abuse patients operate at 97 percent occupancy. Pediatrics operates at 20 to 30 percent occupancy. […]