Evidence-based social work practice calls for the use of research data to guide the development of social work interventions on the micro, mezzo and/or macro-levels. Kearney (2001) described ways qualitative research findings can inform practice. Qualitative findings can help social workers understand the clients’ experiences and “what it may feel like” (Kearney, 2001). Therefore, social workers can develop clinical interventions that take into account the experiences of their clients. Qualitative findings can also help social workers monitor their clients. For example, if after reading a qualitative study on how domestic violence survivors respond to stress, they can monitor for specific […]
What are some of the risk management principles described in the text? Are risk management principles important for project success? Why or why not? Describe risk management change through project phases. Should risk management change through project phases, why or why not? Why is it important to identify and manage risks early in a project’s life cycle? How do constrained resources amplify the need to manage risks? Is hazard assessment important? Why or why not?
2 pages not including Title and Ref (min 2) apa The practice of quantitative research not only involves statistical calculations and formulas but also involves the understanding of statistical techniques related to real-world applications. You might not become a quantitative researcher nor use statistical methods in your profession but as a consumer, citizen, and scholar-practitioner, it will be important for you to become a critical consumer of research, which will empower you to read, interpret, and evaluate the strength of claims made in scholarly material and daily news. For this Assignment, you will critically evaluate a scholarly article related […]
Due 12/30/2018 10 p.m EST BE ON TIME AND ORIGINAL WORK! 5 pages not including title and ref page APA Will send your public health initiative to you USE MUST USE THE PROGRAM I SEND YOU Economic Analysis For this part of your Scholar-Practitioner Project (, you will complete the economic analysis of the public health initiative . The economic analysis should include: Principles of economics for evaluating and assessing the need for the public health initiative A brief description of whether the initiative is a micro or macroeconomic program A determination of whether the result of the initiative is […]
Explain how you would evaluate a program for your selected topic using qualitative field research methods. Be specific and provide examples. Assume the proposed actions you suggested last week have taken place. Think back to the topic you selected for the Week 4 Discussion. Consider how you might evaluate a program for this topic using qualitative field research methods. Use the following questions to guide your thinking: What specific field techniques would you use to reach this population? Would you identify yourself as a researcher? What logistical issues would you need to consider?
Choose a specific group work scenario that you either encounter regularly or that is of particular professional interest to you (e.g., group social work within hospitals, youth groups in schools, substance abuse co-led groups in prisons). Review Chapter 12, “Ethical Issues in Group Work,” in the Corey course text, and reflect on the guidelines related to your chosen scenario. The Assignment (3–4 pages): Briefly describe the group scenario that you are using for the Assignment. Explain the skills necessary to be a successful group facilitator for this population and/or issue type and within your chosen setting. Explain the ethical and […]
Respond to the following questons: What did Scheper-Hughes notice about mothers’ reactions during the baby die-off of 1965 in Bom Jesus, Brazil? How do poor Brazilian mothers react to their infants’ illnesses and death? How do other institutions such as the church, clinic, and civil authorities respond? Give examples. How does Scheper-Hughes explain the apparent indifference of mothers to their death of their infants? What does the indifference of mothers to the deaths of their children say about basic human nature, especially the mother-child bond?
Select an organization in the health care arena you would like to work for. With this organization in mind, describe how strategic thinking could lead to the identification of opportunities for this organization to gain a competitive edge in the industry. Provide at least one example that demonstrates the importance of “strategic thinking.” Support your primary response with at least one scholarly source. Provide in-text citations and complete references for all sources used. Format your post according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
The U.S. population continues to diversify, increase in average age (primarily due to baby boomers), and to be influenced by national legislation (e.g., Affordable Care Act, Medicare Modernization Act, HITECH Act). Select a specific type of health care organization. Which market segments pose opportunities for growth, and which pose threats to the organization’s survival? Provide at least one strategy related to the assessment and interaction with its market and customers that will maximize opportunities and minimize threats. Support your primary response with at least one scholarly source. Provide in-text citations and complete references for all sources used. Format your post […]
Discuss Kwashiorkor. In what age range do you usually see kwashiorkor and why? Discuss the Malian beliefs about food and who is deserving of chicken. How do you think different cross-cultural beliefs about food influence health? Why do people in the United States so often attribute huger to overpopulation? Consider the fact that we have 120% of the food we need to feed every mouth on the planet. Why then are approximately 1 billion (or one out of every 7 people) hungry on our planet?