Identify the selected health care service provider.

elect two health care service providers from list below

Write a 875 -word paper that discusses the health care service providers selected and the products and support they provide.

Providers of Service Options:

Preventive care or public health
Ambulatory or primary care
Subacute or long-term care
Acute care
Auxiliary services
Rehabilitative services
End-of-life care
Mental health services
Emergency management or disaster preparedness
Dental services
Military and veteran services
Indian health services
Include the following in your paper:

Identify the selected health care service provider.
Identify two services and products they provide to help with quality of care.
Cite at least 1 peer-reviewed or scholarly reference and your textbook to support your information.

English Composition Competency

Deliverable 01 – English Composition
Competency

Identify and illustrate steps of the writing process in composing written exercises.
Instructions
Compose a single body descriptive paragraph in formal written English. Be sure to include the following:

Topic sentence that provides the main idea for the descriptive paragraph.
Body sentences that discuss the main idea for the descriptive paragraph using explanation, examples, details, and of course, descriptive elements.
Transition sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must include the use of at least one or more transitions that move the paragraph along.
Conclusion sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must end with a concluding sentence that wraps up and refers to the main idea of the topic sentence and signals to the reader that the paragraph is over.
Your descriptive paragraph needs to contain a minimum total of five complete sentences.

Reminder: Descriptive refers to a style of writing. Choose your sentences for your descriptive paragraph from the following sentences, and use them together to construct your descriptive paragraph. They will not all be appropriate for this paragraph, so choose only the sentences that result in a complete descriptive paragraph as listed above. Use a topic sentence that provides the main idea for a single well-organized paragraph using the steps of the writing process.
Choose the best sentences to construct your descriptive paragraph, and put them together to make ONE well-organized descriptive paragraph. Remember that not all sentences need to be used.

It’s a soft, blue-sky break before the gray skies of winter begin to reflect the steely cold waters the lake becomes with the first freeze.
Dogs are sometimes fierce protectors that can attack anyone they feel is threatening a family.
In the old days, dogs were not considered companions, but seen more as working animals.
That’s what we can all call a red-letter day!
My dog, Bosco, is a Harlequin Great Dane that outweighs our 10 year old brother, and to the other dogs in our neighborhood he must look like a tall spotted monster because they avoid him at all cost.
Do you think dogs are smarter than people?
Sometimes our dog seems to know when we are laughing at him because he tucks his head down and appears to shrink into a small ball resembling a lumpy soccer ball.
On a beautiful fall day, my family enjoys picnicking at a quiet beach we know that has a blue lagoon surrounded by rustic picnic tables and tall, green pines.
I really like dogs.
The whole family grabs sweaters and corduroys, Mom packs a cheese sandwich picnic basket with all the junk food we never get to taste otherwise, and we jump into Dad’s old blue jalopy and head out for one last day of fun before all the hub-bub of school gets into swing.
My brother is a great Jayvee football quarterback, my older red-headed sister is a cheerleader complete with red pom-poms, and I play cymbals and drums in the school pep band, so we are usually very tied up in school activities soon after school starts.
That dog can open the refrigerator and grab a can of soda!
I really enjoy the pep band; it’s fun to get all dressed up in my red band uniform and beat those shiny drums during a game.
Our big dog needs to stay at home with the cat because he attracts sand and fleas.
On one hand, it is hard to get everything ready for the day trip; on the other hand, nobody in our family wants to miss such a day of fun.
My brother thinks he is smarter and more well-dressed than the rest of us because he is the oldest.
For example, cats can be really pretty, but they don’t seem to love everyone in the family.
At the end of a great day of flying kites, chasing each other around the lagoon, and eating great junk food, we all go home extremely tired and extremely happy.
A day with my dog.
My family comes in all shapes, ages, sizes, and hair colors, but no matter what we look like, we ALL love to eat.

As night falls and my father drives the old beat-up car towards home, most of us finish up the cheese sandwiches and chips and doze off after a day of fun.
 
Deliverable 01 – English Composition
Competency

Identify and illustrate steps of the writing process in composing written exercises.
Instructions
Compose a single body descriptive paragraph in formal written English. Be sure to include the following:

Topic sentence that provides the main idea for the descriptive paragraph.
Body sentences that discuss the main idea for the descriptive paragraph using explanation, examples, details, and of course, descriptive elements.
Transition sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must include the use of at least one or more transitions that move the paragraph along.
Conclusion sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must end with a concluding sentence that wraps up and refers to the main idea of the topic sentence and signals to the reader that the paragraph is over.
Your descriptive paragraph needs to contain a minimum total of five complete sentences.

Reminder: Descriptive refers to a style of writing. Choose your sentences for your descriptive paragraph from the following sentences, and use them together to construct your descriptive paragraph. They will not all be appropriate for this paragraph, so choose only the sentences that result in a complete descriptive paragraph as listed above. Use a topic sentence that provides the main idea for a single well-organized paragraph using the steps of the writing process.
Choose the best sentences to construct your descriptive paragraph, and put them together to make ONE well-organized descriptive paragraph. Remember that not all sentences need to be used.

It’s a soft, blue-sky break before the gray skies of winter begin to reflect the steely cold waters the lake becomes with the first freeze.
Dogs are sometimes fierce protectors that can attack anyone they feel is threatening a family.
In the old days, dogs were not considered companions, but seen more as working animals.
That’s what we can all call a red-letter day!
My dog, Bosco, is a Harlequin Great Dane that outweighs our 10 year old brother, and to the other dogs in our neighborhood he must look like a tall spotted monster because they avoid him at all cost.
Do you think dogs are smarter than people?
Sometimes our dog seems to know when we are laughing at him because he tucks his head down and appears to shrink into a small ball resembling a lumpy soccer ball.
On a beautiful fall day, my family enjoys picnicking at a quiet beach we know that has a blue lagoon surrounded by rustic picnic tables and tall, green pines.
I really like dogs.
The whole family grabs sweaters and corduroys, Mom packs a cheese sandwich picnic basket with all the junk food we never get to taste otherwise, and we jump into Dad’s old blue jalopy and head out for one last day of fun before all the hub-bub of school gets into swing.
My brother is a great Jayvee football quarterback, my older red-headed sister is a cheerleader complete with red pom-poms, and I play cymbals and drums in the school pep band, so we are usually very tied up in school activities soon after school starts.
That dog can open the refrigerator and grab a can of soda!
I really enjoy the pep band; it’s fun to get all dressed up in my red band uniform and beat those shiny drums during a game.
Our big dog needs to stay at home with the cat because he attracts sand and fleas.
On one hand, it is hard to get everything ready for the day trip; on the other hand, nobody in our family wants to miss such a day of fun.
My brother thinks he is smarter and more well-dressed than the rest of us because he is the oldest.
For example, cats can be really pretty, but they don’t seem to love everyone in the family.
At the end of a great day of flying kites, chasing each other around the lagoon, and eating great junk food, we all go home extremely tired and extremely happy.
A day with my dog.
My family comes in all shapes, ages, sizes, and hair colors, but no matter what we look like, we ALL love to eat.
As night falls and my father drives the old beat-up car towards home, most of us finish up the cheese sandwiches and chips and doze off after a day of fun. 

Deliverable 01 – English Composition
Competency

Identify and illustrate steps of the writing process in composing written exercises.
Instructions
Compose a single body descriptive paragraph in formal written English. Be sure to include the following:

Topic sentence that provides the main idea for the descriptive paragraph.
Body sentences that discuss the main idea for the descriptive paragraph using explanation, examples, details, and of course, descriptive elements.
Transition sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must include the use of at least one or more transitions that move the paragraph along.
Conclusion sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must end with a concluding sentence that wraps up and refers to the main idea of the topic sentence and signals to the reader that the paragraph is over.
Your descriptive paragraph needs to contain a minimum total of five complete sentences.

Reminder: Descriptive refers to a style of writing. Choose your sentences for your descriptive paragraph from the following sentences, and use them together to construct your descriptive paragraph. They will not all be appropriate for this paragraph, so choose only the sentences that result in a complete descriptive paragraph as listed above. Use a topic sentence that provides the main idea for a single well-organized paragraph using the steps of the writing process.
Choose the best sentences to construct your descriptive paragraph, and put them together to make ONE well-organized descriptive paragraph. Remember that not all sentences need to be used.

It’s a soft, blue-sky break before the gray skies of winter begin to reflect the steely cold waters the lake becomes with the first freeze.
Dogs are sometimes fierce protectors that can attack anyone they feel is threatening a family.
In the old days, dogs were not considered companions, but seen more as working animals.
That’s what we can all call a red-letter day!
My dog, Bosco, is a Harlequin Great Dane that outweighs our 10 year old brother, and to the other dogs in our neighborhood he must look like a tall spotted monster because they avoid him at all cost.
Do you think dogs are smarter than people?
Sometimes our dog seems to know when we are laughing at him because he tucks his head down and appears to shrink into a small ball resembling a lumpy soccer ball.
On a beautiful fall day, my family enjoys picnicking at a quiet beach we know that has a blue lagoon surrounded by rustic picnic tables and tall, green pines.
I really like dogs.
The whole family grabs sweaters and corduroys, Mom packs a cheese sandwich picnic basket with all the junk food we never get to taste otherwise, and we jump into Dad’s old blue jalopy and head out for one last day of fun before all the hub-bub of school gets into swing.
My brother is a great Jayvee football quarterback, my older red-headed sister is a cheerleader complete with red pom-poms, and I play cymbals and drums in the school pep band, so we are usually very tied up in school activities soon after school starts.
That dog can open the refrigerator and grab a can of soda!
I really enjoy the pep band; it’s fun to get all dressed up in my red band uniform and beat those shiny drums during a game.
Our big dog needs to stay at home with the cat because he attracts sand and fleas.
On one hand, it is hard to get everything ready for the day trip; on the other hand, nobody in our family wants to miss such a day of fun.
My brother thinks he is smarter and more well-dressed than the rest of us because he is the oldest.
For example, cats can be really pretty, but they don’t seem to love everyone in the family.
At the end of a great day of flying kites, chasing each other around the lagoon, and eating great junk food, we all go home extremely tired and extremely happy.
A day with my dog.
My family comes in all shapes, ages, sizes, and hair colors, but no matter what we look like, we ALL love to eat.
As night falls and my father drives the old beat-up car towards home, most of us finish up the cheese sandwiches and chips and doze off after a day of fun.erable 01 – English Composition

Competency

Identify and illustrate steps of the writing process in composing written exercises.
Instructions
Compose a single body descriptive paragraph in formal written English. Be sure to include the following:

Topic sentence that provides the main idea for the descriptive paragraph.
Body sentences that discuss the main idea for the descriptive paragraph using explanation, examples, details, and of course, descriptive elements.
Transition sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must include the use of at least one or more transitions that move the paragraph along.
Conclusion sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must end with a concluding sentence that wraps up and refers to the main idea of the topic sentence and signals to the reader that the paragraph is over.
Your descriptive paragraph needs to contain a minimum total of five complete sentences.

Reminder: Descriptive refers to a style of writing. Choose your sentences for your descriptive paragraph from the following sentences, and use them together to construct your descriptive paragraph. They will not all be appropriate for this paragraph, so choose only the sentences that result in a complete descriptive paragraph as listed above. Use a topic sentence that provides the main idea for a single well-organized paragraph using the steps of the writing process.
Choose the best sentences to construct your descriptive paragraph, and put them together to make ONE well-organized descriptive paragraph. Remember that not all sentences need to be used.

It’s a soft, blue-sky break before the gray skies of winter begin to reflect the steely cold waters the lake becomes with the first freeze.
Dogs are sometimes fierce protectors that can attack anyone they feel is threatening a family.
In the old days, dogs were not considered companions, but seen more as working animals.
That’s what we can all call a red-letter day!
My dog, Bosco, is a Harlequin Great Dane that outweighs our 10 year old brother, and to the other dogs in our neighborhood he must look like a tall spotted monster because they avoid him at all cost.
Do you think dogs are smarter than people?
Sometimes our dog seems to know when we are laughing at him because he tucks his head down and appears to shrink into a small ball resembling a lumpy soccer ball.
On a beautiful fall day, my family enjoys picnicking at a quiet beach we know that has a blue lagoon surrounded by rustic picnic tables and tall, green pines.
I really like dogs.
The whole family grabs sweaters and corduroys, Mom packs a cheese sandwich picnic basket with all the junk food we never get to taste otherwise, and we jump into Dad’s old blue jalopy and head out for one last day of fun before all the hub-bub of school gets into swing.
My brother is a great Jayvee football quarterback, my older red-headed sister is a cheerleader complete with red pom-poms, and I play cymbals and drums in the school pep band, so we are usually very tied up in school activities soon after school starts.
That dog can open the refrigerator and grab a can of soda!
I really enjoy the pep band; it’s fun to get all dressed up in my red band uniform and beat those shiny drums during a game.
Our big dog needs to stay at home with the cat because he attracts sand and fleas.
On one hand, it is hard to get everything ready for the day trip; on the other hand, nobody in our family wants to miss such a day of fun.
My brother thinks he is smarter and more well-dressed than the rest of us because he is the oldest.
For example, cats can be really pretty, but they don’t seem to love everyone in the family.
At the end of a great day of flying kites, chasing each other around the lagoon, and eating great junk food, we all go home extremely tired and extremely happy.
A day with my dog.
My family comes in all shapes, ages, sizes, and hair colors, but no matter what we look like, we ALL love to eat.
As night falls and my father drives the old beat-up car towards home, most of us finish up the cheese sandwiches and chips and doze off after a day of fun.

Deliverable 01 – English Composition
Competency

Identify and illustrate steps of the writing process in composing written exercises.
Instructions
Compose a single body descriptive paragraph in formal written English. Be sure to include the following:

Topic sentence that provides the main idea for the descriptive paragraph.
Body sentences that discuss the main idea for the descriptive paragraph using explanation, examples, details, and of course, descriptive elements.
Transition sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must include the use of at least one or more transitions that move the paragraph along.
Conclusion sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must end with a concluding sentence that wraps up and refers to the main idea of the topic sentence and signals to the reader that the paragraph is over.
Your descriptive paragraph needs to contain a minimum total of five complete sentences.

Reminder: Descriptive refers to a style of writing. Choose your sentences for your descriptive paragraph from the following sentences, and use them together to construct your descriptive paragraph. They will not all be appropriate for this paragraph, so choose only the sentences that result in a complete descriptive paragraph as listed above. Use a topic sentence that provides the main idea for a single well-organized paragraph using the steps of the writing process.
Choose the best sentences to construct your descriptive paragraph, and put them together to make ONE well-organized descriptive paragraph. Remember that not all sentences need to be used.

It’s a soft, blue-sky break before the gray skies of winter begin to reflect the steely cold waters the lake becomes with the first freeze.
Dogs are sometimes fierce protectors that can attack anyone they feel is threatening a family.
In the old days, dogs were not considered companions, but seen more as working animals.
That’s what we can all call a red-letter day!
My dog, Bosco, is a Harlequin Great Dane that outweighs our 10 year old brother, and to the other dogs in our neighborhood he must look like a tall spotted monster because they avoid him at all cost.
Do you think dogs are smarter than people?
Sometimes our dog seems to know when we are laughing at him because he tucks his head down and appears to shrink into a small ball resembling a lumpy soccer ball.
On a beautiful fall day, my family enjoys picnicking at a quiet beach we know that has a blue lagoon surrounded by rustic picnic tables and tall, green pines.
I really like dogs.
The whole family grabs sweaters and corduroys, Mom packs a cheese sandwich picnic basket with all the junk food we never get to taste otherwise, and we jump into Dad’s old blue jalopy and head out for one last day of fun before all the hub-bub of school gets into swing.
My brother is a great Jayvee football quarterback, my older red-headed sister is a cheerleader complete with red pom-poms, and I play cymbals and drums in the school pep band, so we are usually very tied up in school activities soon after school starts.
That dog can open the refrigerator and grab a can of soda!
I really enjoy the pep band; it’s fun to get all dressed up in my red band uniform and beat those shiny drums during a game.
Our big dog needs to stay at home with the cat because he attracts sand and fleas.
On one hand, it is hard to get everything ready for the day trip; on the other hand, nobody in our family wants to miss such a day of fun.
My brother thinks he is smarter and more well-dressed than the rest of us because he is the oldest.
For example, cats can be really pretty, but they don’t seem to love everyone in the family.
At the end of a great day of flying kites, chasing each other around the lagoon, and eating great junk food, we all go home extremely tired and extremely happy.
A day with my dog.
My family comes in all shapes, ages, sizes, and hair colors, but no matter what we look like, we ALL love to eat.
As night falls and my father drives the old beat-up car towards home, most of us finish up the cheese sandwiches and chips and doze off after a day of fun.Deliverable 01 – English Composition

Competency

Identify and illustrate steps of the writing process in composing written exercises.
Instructions
Compose a single body descriptive paragraph in formal written English. Be sure to include the following:

Topic sentence that provides the main idea for the descriptive paragraph.
Body sentences that discuss the main idea for the descriptive paragraph using explanation, examples, details, and of course, descriptive elements.
Transition sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must include the use of at least one or more transitions that move the paragraph along.
Conclusion sentence: Your descriptive paragraph must end with a concluding sentence that wraps up and refers to the main idea of the topic sentence and signals to the reader that the paragraph is over.
Your descriptive paragraph needs to contain a minimum total of five complete sentences.

Reminder: Descriptive refers to a style of writing. Choose your sentences for your descriptive paragraph from the following sentences, and use them together to construct your descriptive paragraph. They will not all be appropriate for this paragraph, so choose only the sentences that result in a complete descriptive paragraph as listed above. Use a topic sentence that provides the main idea for a single well-organized paragraph using the steps of the writing process.
Choose the best sentences to construct your descriptive paragraph, and put them together to make ONE well-organized descriptive paragraph. Remember that not all sentences need to be used.

It’s a soft, blue-sky break before the gray skies of winter begin to reflect the steely cold waters the lake becomes with the first freeze.
Dogs are sometimes fierce protectors that can attack anyone they feel is threatening a family.
In the old days, dogs were not considered companions, but seen more as working animals.
That’s what we can all call a red-letter day!
My dog, Bosco, is a Harlequin Great Dane that outweighs our 10 year old brother, and to the other dogs in our neighborhood he must look like a tall spotted monster because they avoid him at all cost.
Do you think dogs are smarter than people?
Sometimes our dog seems to know when we are laughing at him because he tucks his head down and appears to shrink into a small ball resembling a lumpy soccer ball.
On a beautiful fall day, my family enjoys picnicking at a quiet beach we know that has a blue lagoon surrounded by rustic picnic tables and tall, green pines.
I really like dogs.
The whole family grabs sweaters and corduroys, Mom packs a cheese sandwich picnic basket with all the junk food we never get to taste otherwise, and we jump into Dad’s old blue jalopy and head out for one last day of fun before all the hub-bub of school gets into swing.
My brother is a great Jayvee football quarterback, my older red-headed sister is a cheerleader complete with red pom-poms, and I play cymbals and drums in the school pep band, so we are usually very tied up in school activities soon after school starts.
That dog can open the refrigerator and grab a can of soda!
I really enjoy the pep band; it’s fun to get all dressed up in my red band uniform and beat those shiny drums during a game.
Our big dog needs to stay at home with the cat because he attracts sand and fleas.
On one hand, it is hard to get everything ready for the day trip; on the other hand, nobody in our family wants to miss such a day of fun.
My brother thinks he is smarter and more well-dressed than the rest of us because he is the oldest.
For example, cats can be really pretty, but they don’t seem to love everyone in the family.
At the end of a great day of flying kites, chasing each other around the lagoon, and eating great junk food, we all go home extremely tired and extremely happy.
A day with my dog.
My family comes in all shapes, ages, sizes, and hair colors, but no matter what we look like, we ALL love to eat.
As night falls and my father drives the old beat-up car towards home, most of us finish up the cheese sandwiches and chips and doze off after a day of fun.

What is meant by “statistical invisibility”

What is meant by “statistical invisibility” 1. “Almost all of the fourth quarter increase in GDP wound up as unsold inventory sitting on shelves.” If it doesn’t get sold, how could it get counted into GDP? a) it is added when measuring GDP, as an element of investment demand b) it is added when measuring GDP, as an element of consumption demand c) it is subtracted when measuring GDP, as an element of investment demand 2 d) it is subtracted when measuring GDP, as an element of consumption demand 2. “The oil crisis caused U.S. oil companies’ overseas profits to shoot up, producing a jump in ______ that could mislead policy-makers.” The blank should be a) GDP b) GNP c) investment d) interest rates 3. “Suppose a new computer is invented that costs one-quarter of existing computers and performs as well. Now when GDP is calculated production of the same number of computers creates only one-quarter as much dollar output – GDP falls!” a) true, both nominal and real GDP fall b) false, real GDP should rise because of adjustments for quality c) false, real GDP should rise because of price index adjustments d) false, real GDP should be unchanged because of price index adjustments 4. “Homemakers often feel their work is taken for granted, and advocates in the women’s movement argue that the statistical invisibility of homemakers’ work has substantive policy implications.” What is meant by “statistical invisibility” here? a) homemakers’ output is not counted in GDP b) homemakers’ output is double-counted in GDP c) homemakers’ output is added into GDP at an artificially-low price d) homemakers’ output is only counted into GDP if there exists a market counterpart 5. “Experts keen on the concept of Green GDP have offered a variety of suggestions to make economic statistics more environmentally friendly.” An example of such a suggestion is a) add the cost of cleaning up after an oil spill b) ignore the cost of cleaning up after an oil spill c) subtract the cost of cleaning up after an oil spill d) add output produced in private vegetable gardens Economics Assignment Help, Economics Homework help, Economics Study Help, Economics Course Help

As an administrator, address the challenges of employee recruitment and retention of health care professionals

Topic: As an administrator, address the challenges of employee recruitment and retention of health care professionals. Additional subtopics may include trends in the nursing workforce, shortage of primary care physicians, staff turnover, retention, and staffing patterns.

Complete a two to three page (excluding title and reference pages) report on the progress you have made to date on your Senior Project. You must use a minimum of three scholarly sources. Your report, and any citations used, must be in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Your progress report should cover the following:

1. Topic: Identify the topic that you have selected for your Senior Project and provide a brief explanation for why you have chosen to address this topic *This may be copied from the Week Two assignment if evaluated as Distinguished Performance. Otherwise, make adjustments per Week Two feedback.
2. Organization Specific Rationale: Provide a brief overview of the health care organization that you have selected for your Senior Project including a summary of the challenges and/or opportunities impacting the balance between health care costs, quality, and access to services that the organization is currently facing. The challenges and/or opportunities should directly relate to your rationale for why you have chosen your topic (i.e., training program) to help the organizational leaders manage this challenge/opportunity. Challenges and/or opportunities should be grounded in the research (e.g., web-based resources, electronic articles, or personal interviews). The more informed you are, the better prepared you will be to complete your Senior Project.
3. Training: Identify the audience for your training program and provide a brief outline of the topics it will address. Include a minimum of three to five learning outcomes that are targeted for your identified audience. Specifically, what do you want your audience to know and/or be able to do after they have completed training? How does this training program align with the overall challenges and/or opportunities that the organization is facing? Overall, how will the training program benefit the organization?

Pricing Decisions

Chapter 1 Case study: Pricing Decisions.This chapter introduces usto the concept of elasticity, or more particularly, point elasticity of demand, as it applies to health care.Therefore, I would like to explore a small, quantitative exercise that introduces us to how a point elasticity of demand is estimated to help a medical service provider make an economic decision. Because elasticity is such an important concept in economics, we will explore it and related concepts in greater detail in later chapters.More detailed directionsand comments:Here is more on the case study: Pricing Decisions. Consider ananesthesiology group that provides medical services to local hospitals in a metropolitan area and also a rural part of TN. The director of this group is considering price increases foranesthesia services forboth of these areas. Assumefor this example that this group has some degree of pricing power,implying and that thismarket structure can be characterized by imperfect competition (remember that perfect competition implies no pricing power, making those firms “price-takers.”)Although pricing decisions don’t always translate to consumers for a medical procedure involving anesthesia, assume for this example that hospitals have discretion in their ability to react to price changes.To help the director make her decision, she obtains sample market data on their customers about its market and whether or not this program will increase its revenues. Using the data provided in the excel file entitled Chap 1 Econ of Health Case Study Elast (Student). As part of preparing for this case study, you may want to review the tutorial videos and tutorial journals on regression entitled Intro to Regression video for the Econ of Healthcare and anextension tutorial journal (not a video) entitledIntro to Regression video part 2, which includes an example using excel. Finally, a the tutorial video made explicitly for this case study entitled Chap 1 Econ of Health Case Study Elast. is available also.

Off-Label Drug Usage For Children With Mood Disorders

Write a 1 page narrative in APA format that addresses the following:

Explain the circumstances under which children should be prescribed drugs for off-label use to treat MOOD DISORDERS.  Be specific and provide examples.

Describe strategies to make the off-label use and dosage of drugs safer for children from infancy to adolescence. 

Include descriptions and names of off-label drugs that require extra care and attention when used in pediatrics.

Reflect on situations in which children should be prescribed drugs for off-label use.

Evaluation of care protocols to prevent catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI’s)

Topic:
Evaluation of care protocols to prevent catheter associated urinary tract infections (CAUTI’s)
This paper focuses on Theoretical Framework. Choose a Nursing Theory to support: Evaluation of Care Protocols to prevent catheter associated urinary tract infection’s (CAUTI’s).
-Secondary Theory outside Nursing discipline may be used
-This paper will include description of the theory and its major components, concepts, definitions, assumptions and propositions
– Include the four metaparadigm concepts (Must utilize the most current primary theory source)
-Include the health, person, and environment as they are defined by the theorist and operationally defined by writer
-Theoretical definitions should be cited in APA
Resources cited in APA, Nursing journals within last 5 years

Select a target population with a specific health issue and research how social, cultural, and behavior factors of the target population contribute to health outcomes associated with the health issue.

For this assignment, you are to select a target population with a specific health issue and research how social, cultural, and behavior factors of the target population contribute to health outcomes associated with the health issue. The 1,200 word Research Paper must including the following:

  1. Introduction: Provide a concise synopsis of the purpose of the paper and a general introduction to the target population and the health issue.
  2. Target Population: Provide a description about the target population that you have selected; provide demographic information about the population; and discuss relevant social, cultural, and behavior factors that affect this population.
  3. Health Issue: Provide information discussing the health issue that you have selected; include a history of knowledge and public health understanding regarding the health issue; how it has evolved; biological and epidemiological information related to the disease; and major social, cultural, and behavior factors that affect or relate to the health issue.
  4. Relationship Between Health Issue and Target Population: Analyze how social, cultural, and behavior factors in the target population contribute to the health issue; and identify what factors/characteristics are positive or negative and which behaviors/practices/beliefs serve as risk factors or protective factors.
  5. Current Strategies/Interventions: Discuss existing programming to prevent or reduce the health issue within the target population and challenges to interventions and programming.
  6. Recommendations/Conclusion: Make recommendations to resolve the health issue within the target population based on your review of current literature and what you have learned throughout the course.
  7. Minimum of Five References: Use the  Library to locate at least five resources, including at least two peer-reviewed articles.

Refer to the “Academic Writing Guidelines Resource.”

Be prepared to present a rough draft of your Research Paper for peer review at the beginning of Topic 6.

Use the completed “Peer Review Guide” from Topic 6 in making revisions and modifications to the final draft of your Research Paper.

Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Center.

Pre-Briefing Simulation And Drug Cards

Pre-Briefing Simulation And Drug Cards 

                            PATIENT: Keola Akana 

THIS ASSIGNMENT HAS TWO PART QUESTIONS

 INSTRUCTION

Please keep in mind you will also be required to recognize a variety of signs and symptoms linked to abnormalities in these skills.

Therefore, in order to prepare for the simulation, you are required to complete the Pre-Briefing questions & Drug Cards below and submit to the faculty facilitating the simulation prior to the start of pre-briefing. If you do not complete the pre-briefing questions below and submit to faculty facilitating the simulation prior to the start of pre-briefing, you will not be permitted to participate in the simulation.

PART 1  QUESTIONS   

SCENARIO OVERVIEW: 

Keola Akana is a 70-year-old male with a history of heart failure. He was admitted to the medical-surgical unit early on Monday morning for medication adjustment, monitoring, and cardiac rehabilitation. The scenario takes place on Monday at 0900, at which time morning medications are due.

1. What are the nutritional implications, key assessment findings, and nursing interventions for a patient with hypokalemia?

2. What are the signs and symptoms of digoxin toxicity and how would the nurse assess for these symptoms? In your response, be sure to include specific body systems.

3. How would the nurse provide family-centered care?

PLEASE USE REFERENCE LESS THAN 5 YEARS OLD AND APA FORMAT NEEDED.

PART 11 QUESTIONS

SCENARIO OVERVIEW: 

Keola Akana is a 70-year-old male with a history of heart failure. He was admitted to the medical-surgical unit early on Monday morning for medication adjustment, monitoring and cardiac rehabilitation.  During this scenario, students will have the opportunity to assess and manage medication administration for a patient experiencing digoxin toxicity.

FOR EACH OF THE FOLLOWING DRUGS BELOW THAT WAS PRESCRIBED FOR THE ABOVE PATIENT WITH HEART FAILURE, WRITE OUT IN DRUG CARD FORMAT FOLLOWING THE HEADING BELOW

1) THE INDICATION, (2) DOSAGE, (3) CONTRAINDICATION, (4) SIDE EFFECTS, (5) ADVERSE EFFECTS AND (6) NURSING CONSIDERATION

⦁ Patient: Keola Akana Drug Lists

Lasix 40 mg po now and daily

Potassium Chloride CR 10 mEq po daily

Digoxin 0.25 mg po now and daily

Atenolol 50mg po now and daily

Acetaminophen 650 mg po Q 4 hrs PRN mild pain or temp greater than 101.3

IV saline flush Q 8hrs and PRN

N:B: SEE THE ATTACHED SAMPLE OF THE DRUG CARD LIST

Descriptive Statistics Part I: Normal Curves, Variability, and Plotting

Module 2 – SLP

Descriptive Statistics Part I: Normal Curves, Variability, and Plotting

For the Second SLP, using the data that you collected for the Module 1 SLP, please do the following:

  1. Calculate the mean, median, and mode of the measurements taken in Module 1 SLP. Be sure to express each value of central tendency in units.
  2. Discuss whether the values are higher or lower than you would have expected
  3. State which measure of central tendency you think most accurately describes the variable that you measured. Provide a thorough explanation.
  4. Conduct a scholarly search on the internet to find reported health statistics on the variable that you are measuring. For example, if you are measuring your total daily caloric intake, American Dietetic Association. Identify the source.

SLP Assignment Expectations

Use the information in the modular background readings as well as resources you find through ProQuest or other online sources. Please be sure to cite all sources and provide a reference list at the end of the paper. Submit the paper as a Word document through the link provided for the assignment.

Length: 2–3 pages typed and double-spaced.

Your Case paper will be further evaluated based on the following criteria:

Precision (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)

  • Each question and or assignment requirement is addressed in the paper.
  • Accuracy of your answers, key points and supporting discussion

Clarity (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)

  • The paper is well organized, concise, reads clearly, and it is not confusing.

Breadth (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)

  • The paper presents appropriate breadth covering the assignment questions/requirements.

Depth (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)

  • Presents key points that lead to deeper matters and issues.
  • Integrates several points into coherent conclusions.

Critical Thinking (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)

  • The paper demonstrates good understanding and synthesis of the module background material.
  • Logically incorporates key concepts presented in the background material into the overall analyses, key points and supporting discussions.
  • Presents well-reasoned conclusions and position as well as convincing arguments in support of the same.

Writing Mechanics

  • Grammar (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
  • Spelling (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
  • Vocabulary (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)
  • Referencing (Excellent; Good; Average; Poor)

Additional considerations to keep in mind while working on your Case Assignments:

Originality and Use of directly quoted material

  • The purpose of each assignment is for you to present your understanding and synthesis of the background material and key concepts. Accordingly, this must be accomplished substantially in your own words.
  • Use directly quoted material sparingly and only when preserving the exact words of an author is necessary. For purposes of this course, rarely should directly quoted material represent more than 5 percent to 10 percent of your entire case paper’s content. Composing a paper patched together from mostly quoted material is not acceptable.
  • Be sure to properly reference all directly quoted material and include the in-text citations. All paraphrased information also requires reference citations at the end of the paraphrased section.

Grades

  • A paper that answers all assignments questions and supports the answer with good key points, well-supported discussions and quality references will earn a solid “B” grade.
  • “A” papers are exceptional works that go beyond just answering the questions and provide insightful answers.