Maria is a 17-year-old Hispanic girl from the Dominican Republic. Shepresents to the clinic with her mother. Her mother you know from previous visits. When the mother has brought in a child, Elia, who thismother has taken guardianship over because the father of this child has been deported back to the Dominican Republic. At the point that you see Maria, Maria is here seeking guidance in relation to contraception. Now, Maria speaks very little English, in fact,almost none, as does her mother. When she presents to you, she is here, and you notice breast tenderness, and she reports urinaryfrequency. 1) […]
Fana is a nine-year-old girl from Ethiopia who presents to the clinic withneck pain and a low-grade fever. Fana is dressed in traditional garb, meaning only her face is exposed. Everything else is covered to includeher arms, and only her hands are visible. Fana arrives at the clinic in the company of her uncle because Fana’s parents are in Ethiopia. The uncle speaks a little bit of English. Fanadoes not speak any English. please question below 1) What are you going to do first in Fana’s case to provide culturally competent care?
Explore the progression of the Staphylococcus aureus microorganism from skin infection to possibly fatal septicemia. Discuss the factors that influence this pathogen to cause disease. Present current studies on new vaccines that were initiated because of antibiotic-resistant pathogens. Examine why and how quickly microorganisms can become antibiotic resistant.
Who should be included as members of the project team, key stakeholders, and project sponsors for a clinical project in a physician’s office or hospital (you can pick the healthcare setting)? Support your choices with a rationale and/or citations.