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Nursing

 Reflect on the topics you are examining in this course and consider how they relate to your selected problem.  Plan to analyze the problem using principles, theories, and concepts related to leadership and management, as well as other pertinent course themes. 

• Review evidence-based literature for data related to your selected problem. You will need to use at least five current (not more than five years old), peer-reviewed articles. Your Instructor may provide some guidance for your literature search.

 • Synthesize findings from the research literature and/or drawn from other sources of evidence. 

• Develop evidence-based recommendations for addressing the problem.  

 Write a 5- to 6-page paper (not including title page, references, or any appendix) that addresses the following: 

• Introduction/Statement of the problem (1/2 page) 

•….

Influences of Family Dynamics on Childhood—Self Review

  Reflect on the family dynamics that were prevalent in your own home (such as your temperament, gender, placement in the sibling group, parent’s life stage, marital quality of parents, traditions, and expectations). Based on this reflection, respond to the following:

Looking back at your own experiences and influences, which dynamic would you say had the biggest impact on your own development during childhood and adolescence and the role that you played in your own family? Give reasons for your answer. Think about your role in the context of your family. How is it explained by the various family dynamics such as your temperament, gender, placement in the sibling group, parent’s life stage, marital quality of parents, traditions, expectations, and so on? Using the module readings, Argosy University….

Oral Presentation

Help write  notes to prepare for  5-10 minute  Oral Presentation submitted via video is required and will be delivered the last session of the class. Students will be required to discuss [1] two key theories which have been most helpful explore, [2] at least one assessment taken during the class and the insights gained, [3] summarize your current leadership style, along with best practices you will use to lead and motivate followers, coupled with leadership pitfalls you will take measures to avoid, [4] the importance of diversity and the relationships you will build and manage with your followers, [5] and how your leadership style compares when viewing it from a global landscape (you will complete and summarize your results, after completing The Dimensions of Culture Questionnaire on pages….

The Punishment of Oedipus the King

The Punishment of Oedipus the King At the end of Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex, Oedipus, king of Thebes, ends up banished forever from his kingdom. Additionally, Oedipus physically puts out his own eyes, for several reasons which will be discussed later. The question is: Did Oedipus deserve his punishments? There are many factors that must be considered in answering this, including how Oedipus himself felt about his situation. His blinding was as much symbolic as it was physical pain. After all factors have been considered, I think that only Oedipus’ banishment was the necessary punishment.. It is important to keep in mind the whole basic reasoning for Oedipus’ search for Laius’ killers: he wished to put an end to a deadly plague, and that plague would only be stopped….

Kap Report Endline September 2012

KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDES AND PRACTICES (KAP) END-LINE ASSESSMENT On Water, Sanitation and Hygiene LOLKUACH Village, IDPs of Akobo September-2012 DRC-Gambella WASH Team Conducted in the frame of an ECHO funded project “Improving access to short-term food security, safe drinking water, hygiene and basic household items in Ethiopia” Wanthowa Worda, Gambella, Ethiopia September 30, 2012 i TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 2 3 3. 1 INTRODUCTION SUMMARY OF FINDINGS METHODOLOGY Objectives of the Survey 1 2 3 3 4 4. 1 FINDINGS General Background Information 4 4 5 5. 1 5. 2 5. 3 WATER RELATED INFORMATION Water Sources Water collection and storage Household Water Treatment 5 5 9 11 6 6. 1 6. 2 HEALTH AND HYGIENE Diseases Washing Hands and Good Hygienic Practices 12 12 15 7 7. 1….

Assignment 1: Data Management

You have just been hired as the Data Manager for a small university that is attempting to consolidate and update its data resources into a modern data repository. In addition, the university leadership is interested in developing analysis tools to support data driven efforts to target courses and faculty that are not meeting current expectations. You have been tasked with managing all content including storage, reporting, and access by all organizational stakeholders (i.e. Board of Directors, senior administrators, faculty, staff, etc.). How do you tackle this assignment? How are the issues surrounding content different for each part of the organization? Make sure to include not only your ideas (25%), but the rationale behind each idea (10%) as well as the potential benefits to the organization (15%). The remaining….

Fifth Business – Reaction to Adversities

Adversity is the most important factor in shaping character and/or identity. Assess the validity of this statement with reference to Fifth Business. Identity is individual characteristics by which a person is known or recognized. In Fifth Business, a character’s reaction to adversity is the foundation to shaping identity. Others may not know what the adversity is but they observe the way a person is acting. The composure held in rough situations allows people to formulate opinions based on these reactions. This is shown through the challenges of dealing with guilt, trying to achieve being better than others and trying to escape their past identities. A main adversity faced in Fifth Business is guilt. The guilt that the characters Dunstan and Boy feel mainly revolve around the snowball incident….

Rum and Coke by Julia O’faolain

The short story “Rum and Coke” (1996) written by Julia O’Faolain takes place in Ireland in the higher catholic environment. Our narrator is the son of a catholic Irish senator, who is trying to preserve Ireland as a state in the teaching of the Irish Catholic Church. As the story continues, our narrator discovers that his father is having an affair with a younger woman, Artemis Sheehy, and she is pregnant with his father’s child. The two of them had been arguing and his father had a stroke in Artemis? room.They move his father to his own hotel room, to avoid questions about why the senator was in Ms. Sheehy’s room, and they call a doctor. The father dies a couple of nights later, while our narrator and….

Functional culture

Its mission is to provide accessible and quality healthcare services and drug rehabilitation services and to strengthen the mechanisms for protecting the rights of the children, women, and errors with disabilities of the Maldives. Ministry of Health’s vision is to make the Maldives a good model society of socially protected and healthy individuals who are aware, who value their family ties and live a healthy satisfying lives. Ministry of Health consists of more than 7000 employees including the departments under Ministry of Health and all the Government health facilities all around the Maldives. Departments include; Health Protection Agency and Maldives Food and Drug Authority. Health facilities includes Regional hospitals, Atoll hospitals and Health centers located in 286 islands. Ministry of Health is a service based organization. Meaning that,the….

There is a movement brewing in the United States

There is a movement brewing in the United States to make English the official language of the country, but the whole idea seems preposterous. After all, the English and others who speak Her Majesty’s tongue would be the first to explain that what Americans speak is not English. At best, the official language should be American.  But the debate continues regardless. That is why we must do whatever is necessary to prevent English from being declared the official language of the United States. The debate centers on the concept that a nation needs an official language to be homogenous and that declaring an official language will mean that the government no longer has to print documents in a dozen different languages. Those in favor of the proposal argue….