Daily Archives: November 13, 2020

Discussion: Understanding Scope of Practice in relation to Certification and Licensure

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) is a non-profit organization comprised of members from each state board of nursing in the U.S., the District of Columbia, and the four U.S. territories. Their role is to provide a platform for all state boards of nursing to convene, discuss, and ensure all state boards work together to provide the appropriate regulation to ensure that public health, safety, and welfare is the primary focus. A key element of NP licensure is understanding the components of Scope of Practice and subsequent practice within the parameters of the educational program completed and appropriate national certification. To prepare:

Consider whether primary care NP graduates are qualified to seek employment in acute care settings such as ER, OR, or hospitalist/intensivist Review and….

Discussion ***600 words***

This week’s discussion is based on the documentary, All the Queen’s Horses.  The documentary is available on demand at the following sites: Amazon Prime https://www.amazon.com/All-Queens-Horses-Gene-Biggerstaff/dp/B07BPR2Y2C/ref=sr_1_1?s=movies-tv&ie=UTF8&qid=1523379365&sr=1-1&keywords=all+the+queen%27s+horses YouTube Movies https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05iIbRAiJIU .  Please watch the video and also review the related resources listed below. All the Queen’s Horses On February 14, 2013, Rita Crundwell, former comptroller for the city of Dixon, IL was sentenced to 19½ years in prison for stealing more than $53 million from Dixon. Crundwell’s crime went on record as the largest municipal fraud in U.S. history. Just as shocking as the amount stolen from this small Illinois town, was the fact that Crundwell engaged in her scheme to pillage Dixon for 20 years before being discovered.  Crundwell’s fraud shines an unflattering spotlight on the accounting profession and the role of the audit. The relevance of the audit has been….

edmg220 final project

EDMG220 Final Project – Powerpoint Presentation Assume you are the local emergency manager for your community.  You have conducted a risk analysis and identified a hazard that presents an imminent threat to your community.  You and your team have drafted a proposal of an emergency operations plan for your mayor or commissioners that covers preparation, mitigation, response, and recovery for the identified hazard. For your assignment this week prepare a powerpoint presentation to present to your mayor or commissioners that includes, at a minimum, the following information:

an overview of the hazard and your analysis of the threat the sequence of events, resources, and any participants that you and the planning committee would include in the emergency operations plan how to share this plan with city/county officials, response organizations,….

Normalized Child

Name: Shiva Kheiri Date: 4/5/2012 Instructor: Mrs. Deborah The Normalized Child Normalization is one of the most important goals of Montessori, but what does normalization mean? Most importantly, when does this process occur? Dr. Maria Montessori used the term normalization to describe a unique process she observed in child development. The process of normalization takes place in any Montessori-group at the beginning of the school year that children enter a new unknown environment. However, there are many characteristics that describe a normalized child. 1] Generally, normalization considered to be the transformation to a higher level of development, and the first step of education. However, in the process of development there are many different bodily functions that are formed in a child, and these developments depends on brain development…..

Press Self-Regulation In Britain

Introduction Since the emergence of the daily press in the sixteenth century regulation has been an issue. Until the nineteenth century various governments tried an array of ways to control the content of newspapers, before eventually moving to a stance which officially renounced any authority over press output (O’Malley and Soley, 2000, p.1). This notion of a free press has become an important facet of democratic society which values freedom of speech and widespread access to information. The problem is the press have gained a not unfounded reputation for misrepresenting facts, exaggeration, lies, and general inaccuracies printed often at the price of an individual’s right to privacy. The answer to this situation has most enduringly resided in the notion of self-regulation. This is ‘the right of the newspaper….

Analysis of an Organizational Vision

  Research visions from organizations in industries other than your own. Find a vision statement that provides an engaging picture for the future of that organization and is detailed enough that external stakeholders can relate to it in a meaningful way. In a paper of 750-1,000 words, address the following:

Describe the company and its vison statement. Discuss the attributes that make the vision meaningful. Explain how the vision statement is appropriate for the organization and why the vision statement is appealing to stakeholders on both a cognitive and emotional level. Evaluate whether or not the vision statement encourages organizational change. Provide rationale and examples to support your assessment. Compare and contrast this vision to that of a successful vision in your field, industry, or organization. How do….

Analyze the Fashion, Gender and Identity Essay

‘Gender is a meaning that a culture assigns to sexual differences’ and within gender, ‘masculinity and femininity are the divisions that a culture creates between behavior and ‘characteristics considered to be appropriate to men and women’ (Bernard, 2007, 185- 186). Fashion aids in the social construction of gender through separating male and female fashion and promoting the stereotypical feminine figure. From the days of stays and petticoats to corsets and crinolines and now with padded bras and ‘Spans’, fashion has seen centuries of shrinking and augmentation of the body to achieve the sexualities, feminine’ shape. The communicative function’ of the body and they way in which it is McCollum is like a ‘language’ – a ‘cultural communication’ (Descanters, 1997, 11). Being ‘feminine’ is Just one of many ‘performances’….

Reply 1 and Reply 2 ,150 words each one,citations and references by 07/29/2020 at 8:00 pm

Reply 1: The lower your baby’s weight the greater their risk of complications. Low birth weight has higher risk of developmental difficulties, health complications, and premature death than babies born at normal weight. Families of children with very low birth weight experience more distress and burden. Especially in cases of prematurity, neonatal medical complications, and long hospitalization. Which leads more symptoms of depression on family. The socio-economic differences in birth weight are associated by maternal lifestyle, like alcohol intake, exposure to smoking impact toward low birth weight. Beside that mothers at lower socioeconomic levels, characterized by less education, inadequate care during pregnancy, unemployment and smoking leads adverse birth outcomes. There is a strong need for an ongoing care and have access to improved health, prenatal care and healthier….

#8 Operational excellence, This post is only for Dr.Silvercoast

  The general structure and scope of operations involves the structural, functional, and environmental aspects that affects an organization’s decisions in achieving optimum results with the integration of its objectives and constrains.Operations management is generally concerned with the planning, organizing and supervising of an organization’s daily activities in the context of production, manufacturing and the provision of services in a way that creates optimal output from various input sources (Slack, Brandon-Jones & Johnston, 2016). It is considered as delivery-focused where necessary improvements are made by the company for higher profitability (Khanna, 2015). These changes are required to align with the organization’s strategic goals, thus making it necessary for them to be preceded by profound analysis and measurements of the current organizational operations. To determine if a company is….

Post a (200 word post APA Format), using Hurricane Katrina as your natural disaster example, a description of at least one strength and one limitation of the crisis plan developed by the state of Mississippi. Explain what you would do to improve the limit

Natural disasters such as avalanches, earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, monsoons, tsunamis, volcanoes, and wildfires have impacted various parts of the world throughout history. One of the most powerful natural disasters to impact the United States was Hurricane Katrina. Because of the scope of the disaster, every aspect of daily life along the northern Gulf Coast was affected. Thousands of lives were lost along with thousands of homes, cities’ infrastructures, schools, and jobs. Special mental health needs were seen in the region well after the initial disaster, and these issues typically had related physical manifestations. A region experiencing a disaster of this magnitude will be in the process of recovery for many years.

Researchers and crisis responding organizations learned a great deal about disaster preparation from mistakes made during….