January 15, 2019

the difference between health education and health promotion

Explain the general foundation of the social ecological approach to behavior change. 2 Explain the difference between health education and health promotion 3 Describe the difference between goals and objectives in public health promotion. Textbook to use is McKenzie, J.F., Pinger, R.R., & Seabert, D.M. (2018). An Introduction to Community & Public Health (9th ed.). Burlington, MA
January 15, 2019

Moral Development Theory and Bullying

Post an explanation of one moral development theory and its connection to the act of bullying. Be sure to frame your explanation within the context of cyber and other bullying that persists in social media and communication technologies used by adolescents. Also explain how bullying has changed and how it has remained the same in light of modern technology. Please use the Learning Resources to support your answer.
January 15, 2019

Organizational Mission

Organizational Mission Explain,  in your own words, what the terms mission, vision, goals, and values  mean from an organizational standpoint.  What is the practical purpose  of a statement of organizational values?  Under what circumstances  should an organization consider changing these, if at all?  How do they  contribute to the strategic direction of an organization?  If you were a  department manager, how would you implement and sustain these in your  organization?  Support your primary response with at least one scholarly  source.
January 15, 2019

characteristics of effective health education curricula

1 In Food, Inc., whose responsibility do you think it is to inform us about what is in our food?  Is it our responsibility to find out, the producer’s responsibility to make it more clear, or both? Why do you think so? 2 What lifestyle changes have adults made in recent decades that have improved outcomes with preventable conditions? 3 Provide five examples of characteristics of effective health education curricula. Please use sources from this textbook  McKenzie, J.F., Pinger, R.R., & Seabert, D.M. (2018). An Introduction to Community & Public Health (9th ed.). 
January 15, 2019

Disadvantaged and Vulnerable Populations

Throughout history, groups of people have received mistreatment that has little to do with who they are as people and more to do with their age, gender, socioeconomic status, skin color, or physical disability. People who face such challenges are more at risk for developing mental health and other life problems. Such problems might include substance abuse, trouble with law enforcement, and homelessness. Human services professionals may be motivated to assist such groups in addressing the challenges they face; however, helping may be difficult because of mistrust, cultural stigmas, and institutional barriers. Whatever the difficulties, social change agents, leaders, and […]
January 15, 2019

Developing Strategic Goals

The last element of the strategic plan consists of constructing the technicals. The technicals element includes items such as developing strategic goals, strategies, leading indicators of success, and performance targets. The technical elements represent the executable part of the strategic plan. As you begin to develop the technical elements, consider the goals related to internationalization and alliances. To prepare: Review Final Project: Developing a Strategic Plan –Part 2: The Technical Elements media in the Weekly Resources. Review the results of your environmental scan and consider strategic goals that your agency might implement. Think about how the organization might leverage globalization […]
January 15, 2019

Self-Disclosure in Social Work

Knowing that clients might react negatively to your work with them may cause anxiety, frustration, and even anger. It is inevitable that you will work with a client who expresses anger or disappointment over working with you. This does happen in the social work field and is to be expected over time. Understanding how you might react to allegations of incompetence or anger over incomplete goals is essential to managing this type of exchange. While a negative interaction may be justified if either person did not fulfill responsibilities, often it is a result of the client’s personal reaction to the […]
January 15, 2019

Bullying: Cycle of Events

Bearing witness to trauma has its own set of consequences. Watching repeated episodes of bullying can evoke strong emotional and behavioral responses from an adolescent. During the impressionable stage of social development in adolescents, these experiences can contribute to a change in perception about the ways people should and do treat each other. Furthermore, ongoing exposure to this behavior can jeopardize an adolescent’s healthy social development. For this Discussion, consider how the act of bullying experienced by one adolescent may change the experience of another who witnesses it. By Day 5 Post a scenario that illustrates how bullying experienced by […]
January 15, 2019

Human Services

This assignment brings developmental theory to life through live  observation. You will have the opportunity to practice making service  recommendations for a family based on the developmental prognosis of the  individual you observe. Tasks: Conduct a forty-five- to sixty-minute live observation of a young  adult. In addition to conducting an observation, you may also choose to  interview the young adult. Keep in mind the following guidelines: Only use first names or pseudonyms in your paper. Do not observe someone who is related to you. Do not attempt to engage in a counseling role; this assignment strictly involves only observing or […]
January 15, 2019

Critical Thinking Assignments

2 Assignments; The 1st Assignment is a part of the 2nd Assignment. Please read both of the Instructions and you will understand what to do. Both are due Saturday, January 12, 2019. Original work only, no plagiarism .. this professor is putting these paper in Grammerly to check for spelling, punctuations, and plagiarism. I need top quality work A+ if not I will not use you again.
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