The importance of consumer involvement in decision-making Engaged in decision-making Evidence-based programs have implications related to costs, timelines, and other factors. How might these factors affect consumers and health practitioners? This is the focus of your Discussion. Review the Resources for this week. Consider the views expressed in the video Assessing Community Needs (Laureate, 2014). Consider the stakeholders who need to be engaged in decision-making for evidence-based population health practices and why. Consider why consumer involvement is important in evidence-based population health practices. Consider how factors such as patient age and stage of disease affect their values and needs. Consider […]
Identifying important trends regarding globalization New York Times syndicated columnist Tom Friedman is one of the world’s best at identifying important trends regarding globalization. Rather than have you read his book The World is Flat, view his interview where he talked about globalization and the trends that are making world flat, fast and deep. To access the interview, click on this link:Thomas L. Friedman – The World’s Gone from Flat, to Fast, to Deep link (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. 2. Based on the trends mentioned in the video, respond to the following questions: A. How have you […]
The recent evolution in the field of system dynamics Subject: InfoTech in a Global Economy Robust Decision The recent evolution in the field of system dynamics, modelling, and simulation are expected to integrate further in fields, such as computer science, machine learning, and data analysis. In addition, there are gaps that need to be filled in order for decision-makers who face uncertain issues to meet their expectations (Janssen, Wimmer, & Deljoo 2015). The robust decision behavior of future decision-makers may also be difficult to incorporate in simulation. Furthermore, robust decision-making tends to address challenges by analyzing and reframing analytic decisional […]
What is the Controlled Substances Act 1. What is the Controlled Substances Act? Please provide an in-depth discussion on its purpose and how regulated substances are placed in each schedule? Should it be revamped? Why or why? 2. Explain how each of the following laboratory tests or analysis is used in the process of drug identification: Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry, Spectrophotometry, Microcrystalline Tests, and Color Tests.
Consider an appropriate contraception treatment for the patient 3 references within 7 years, APA A 33-year-old Caucasian female is being seen in clinic for contraception. She is using birth control pills, but forgets to take them because her work schedule changes every week. She has been married for 14 years and has two children. She is looking for an effective method that will be easy to remember. She has a history of chronic headaches and hypertension during pregnancy. She has never been treated for a sexually transmitted infection and is in a mutually monogamous relationship. Family history is significant for […]
The differences between acute and chronic pain Your written assignment for this module is a worksheet that describes the following: The differences between acute and chronic pain Reasons that a patient would experience acute versus chronic pain and patient presentation examples of each. You should be using complete sentences to answer the questions. Ensure that you are using correct grammar. In addition, support your answers using your textbook, course materials, credible internet resources, and scholarly journals. All citations must be in APA format.
What do you think the legacy of the New Deal is in social welfare When President Roosevelt (FDR) took office in 1932, in response to the economic crisis the country (the world for that matter) was facing, he said “We need to do something, if that doesn’t work, do something else, but for God’s sake, do something.” That statement says a lot about what FDR believed about the role of government in providing for the Welfare of the American people. What do you think he meant by that? What alternative (or polar opposite) position was he responding to? While we […]
Common causes of bipolar disorder Your written assignment for this module is a worksheet that describes the following: Common causes of bipolar disorder, nursing diagnosis, Nursing intervention,Nursing outcome and rationale What is bipolar disorder You should be using complete sentences to answer the questions. Ensure that you are using correct grammar. In addition, support your answers using your textbook, course materials, credible internet resources, and scholarly journals. All citations must be in APA format. 1 full pages
Definitions of democracy and political revolution Definitions of democracy and political revolution Visit the National Archives at: https://www.archives.gov/founding-docs (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site. Produce a 500-700 word reflection assignment (see description below) Please select one primary example from the archive and address the following in a two-page reflection assignment: Describe the example you have selected and insert the image into the essay. Include the specific link in the reference page. Explain the origins and context of the example. Include examples from the textbook this week that help develop your analysis of the work and its context. Chose at […]
Describe what is electroconvulsive therapy Your written assignment for this module should be a 1 full page paper (not including title page and reference page) that describes the following: Describe what is electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) Describe the benefits, side effects and nursing care of ECT. You should include a minimum of 3 scholarly references. Include a title page, in-text citations, and a reference page in APA format.