Discussion: What Is News? As you watch a local news program or read a newspaper, you consume the report of recent events created by professional—and sometimes amateur—writers, editors, and reporters. Regardless of their status, these journalists take time to consider the details of a story and how to present it to you, the news consumer. These details can have a powerful effect on how you perceive local, national, and world events. In this Discussion, you will have an opportunity to become a more savvy news consumer by choosing a news story, determining how it was created, and tracking its “newsworthiness” […]
Strategic Alternatives Read the “Staying on Course with Strategic Metrics” article. As a future health care administrator, you will be required to evaluate the strategies, efficiency, efficacy, and outcomes of your department or strategic business unit (SBU). After examining the article, analyze the strategic alternatives that result from monitoring strategic metrics pertaining to your in the role of a department or SBU manager. List at least two strengths and weaknesses of basing strategic alternatives solely on strategic metrics. Support your primary response with at least one scholarly source. Provide in-text citations and complete references for all sources used.
This case study assignment explores euthanasia. Using the CSU Online Library and additional scholarly resources, research euthanasia in your state, and address the items below. What is euthanasia? Identify and describe laws regarding euthanasia in your state. Explain a recent case about euthanasia and its outcome. Based upon what you have read, give your opinion on euthanasia, and support your argument. Your case study will be at least two pages in length, not counting the title and reference pages. It should present an insightful and thorough analysis with strong arguments and evidence. While you may use your textbook to complete […]
1 What are self-help groups? Do an Internet search and identify a minimum of 2 of them. On what health issue(s) do they focus 2 Provide examples of at least five things that adults with good mental health are able to do. 3.Explain tertiary prevention in community mental health 4 Explain the forces that propelled deinstitutionalization. Please use the below textbook for you source equired Text: McKenzie, J.F., Pinger, R.R., & Seabert, D.M. (2018). An Introduction to Community & Public Health (9th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
Topic: The Sorry Side of Sears http://www.searsscrewscustomers.com/newsweek.htm This paper on Ethics must have a table of content, appropriately sub-headed, paragraphed, and page-numbered double-spaced on 12in font. It must be no more five (5) pages long, including charts, tables and appendix (where applicable); and other appropriate citations (bibliography). Students are required to review this article and be able to comment on ethical issues they are able to identify. They should also be able to discuss specific ethical issues from the article and make recommendations for improvements. The paper must include: An introduction; Main body; and Conclusion. The conclusion MUST include implications […]
Part A Executive summary / Abstract Table of Contents Executive summary 1.0 Introduction (100 words） 2.0 Overview of PLC : overview and purpose of each phase in the life cycle. What is life cycle. (do not more than 500 words) 3.0 Relevance of PLC : importance of each phase. As it is relevant to the project selected for your case study. ( 200 words) 4.0 Comparison of project methodologies : similar and different ( 200 words) 5.0 Choice of Documentation –PLC ( 200 words) 6.0 Success factor (CSF’s) : Research evidence on how., for similar projects. Requirements in specific phase […]
After completing the assigned readings and reading the lesson notes, please prepare a post that addresses the following question. Whom are IFIs, such as the IMF, World Bank, and WTO, accountable to? In preparing an answer to this question, analyze whose interests are represented through the work of these IFIs and some of the accountability challenges they face. Note: the objective is not to repeat and agree with one article in this forum; there is no “correct” answer to this question. The best answers will be well-supported with citations from our readings and display critiques of key points. We should […]
War has changed in some ways, while it has remained the same in others. Discuss one or two areas in which you believe war has remained relatively constant in the modern age (since World War I), and one or two where it seems radically ‘new,’ in terms of its conduct.
For this discussion, imagine this scenario: You are one of the network engineers for Happy Health Systems. Your team is planning to deploy an RFID infrastructure to increase patient monitoring. Aware of the importance of RFID standard compliance, your lead engineer requires that your team research the ISO/IEC RFID standards. There are seven parts to the ISO/IEC 18000-1 standard. This standard covers air interface communication. Choose one of the seven parts of ISO/IEC 18000-1 standard and answer the following: Define the part that you chose. Describe the role that this part plays in air interface communication. Provide a specific example […]
Week 1: Deep Change Concepts and Transforming Perspectives about Personal Change Introduction Reflect on the changes that have taken place in your personal or professional life. Did you initiate these changes, or were they imposed upon you? Were they sudden, or did they take root over time? Change is an integral part of life, and everyone has to face it. The external world is constantly changing, and people need to keep reinventing themselves to connect with the world around them. Deep change refers to the transformation that occurs in people and organizations. Deep change requires new ways of thinking and […]