You are the project director responsible for creating an implementation timeline that addresses the training and go-live activities for a nursing documentation system that will be implemented on 20 units and involve 350 users. Determine whether the implementation will be staggered or occur simultaneously on all units and provide your rationale.
Your client Mr. B wants to lose 20 lbs before his high school reuinion next month. He has decided to eat only meat and other fried foods for the next 4 weeks because he believes a very low carb diet will help him lose weight. How would you respond, considering both the pros and cons of this diet? How would you explain why he needs some carbohydrates? what should be his minimum intake of carbs in grams, and what foods would he need to eat every day to reach his minimum?
A physician in your group frequently does not input patient notes immediately after seeing the patient as required by hospital policy. In your large facility this disrupts patient flow as they travel from department to department. As the lead HIS individual you must speak to this physician and help him understand the importance of inputting notes quickly, and how slow entry disrupts the facility flow. How would you handle this situation? Include any references that you may use to outside sources.
Discuss the importance of different levels of prevention used in global/public health strategies for addressing risk factors for specific diseases or health issues. How would these strategies influence health transitions at the population level? show supportive evidence and refereneces
Using Foucault’s five points of a power analysis, conduct a power analysis of what happened to Canada’s indigenous children in European boarding schools. What are the systems of differentiation and types of objectives at work in this case study? What are the instrumental modes and forms of institutionalization used in this case study? What are the degrees of rationalization used by the Canadian government in this case study?