Daily Archives: March 6, 2021

Advance Nursing Practice Week 4 Quiz Questions

   Note: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question.    Question 1 (1 point) An older male patient reports urinary frequency, back pain, and nocturia. A dipstick urinalysis reveals hematuria. What will the provider do next to evaluate this condition? Question 1 options:        a) 

Order     a PSA and perform a digital rectal exam       b) 

Refer     for a biopsy       c) 

Refer     the patient to a urologist       d) 

Schedule     a transurethral ultrasound Save Question 2 (1 point) A 30-year-old male patient has a positive leukocyte esterase and nitrites on a random urine dipstick during a well patient exam. What type of urinary tract infection does this represent? Question 2 options:        a) 

Complicated      ….

information literacy

  Instructions Create: Annotated Bibliography Evaluation Title: The Annotated Bibliography By now you have established a topic, formulated research questions, crafted a thesis statement, and identified possible search terms and useful databases for your research.  Now you will be putting all those parts of the process together as you create an annotated bibliography of sources related to your topic. An annotated bibliography provides a list of references in APA style along with a summary of key points in each article related to your focus on the topic.  Creating an annotated bibliography is an excellent preparation for writing a research paper. Once a student has completed one, they have a much better understanding of the different ideas, viewpoints, and policies that are involved with their topic. This helps the student….

“Pandemic or Panic” (2010) by Brian Molloy Analysis

In the article “Pandemic or Panic” (2010) by Brian Molloy and the article “Hindsight is easy” (2010) by Erica Grove, they both discuss the way WHO response to the outbreak of H1N1 influenza and they present different perspectives on how the money was spent on and how the resource was distributed. Molloy is neutral about the WHO’s response of H1N1 influenza outbreak, while Molloy is highly skeptical. First, Molloy argues that WHO send everyone into a panic about H1N1, but it is not the threat people imaged it to be. Grove, however, states that it is necessary for the WHO and the government to take the threat of H1N1 seriously. Next, Molloy claims that British government spend a lot of money on vaccine which makes two major pharmaceutical companies….

Case Studies in Assessment

  Week 3 – Discussion 22 unread replies.33 replies. Your initial discussion thread is due on Day 3 (Thursday) and you have until Day 7 (Monday) to respond to your classmates. Your grade will reflect both the quality of your initial post and the depth of your responses. Refer to the Discussion Forum Grading Rubric under the Settings icon above for guidance on how your discussion will be evaluated.

Case Studies in Assessment Prior to beginning work on this discussion, read the assigned chapters from the text. It is highly recommended that you review each of the brief Blumenfeld (2012) video clips demonstrating the administration of a mental status examination. These are listed in the recommended resources and may require that you download Quicktime in order to view….

Leaders of the Civil Rights Movement

In Martin Luther King‘s speech he speaks with such passion and determination, you can tell in his voice that he means everything he says and his hope reaches out to people and the way he emphases his words captures the audience’s attention. He believed that every person should be equal despite their skin color. In Malcolm X’s speech he talks more about himself and he thought it would be best for everyone to keep their religion to themselves. He believed that the black people were trapped by the white people. He thought of white people as the enemy and he mostly spoke negatively about them. He made jokes throughout his speech and to me he didn’t sound at serious as Martin Luther. For example Martin said “Violence as….

Sublimation of Vanillin and O-Vanillin

Experiment In this experiment a high vacuum sublimation was performed to determine the vapor pressure and finally the enthalpy of sublimation of Vanillin and o-Vanillin. AKnudsen cell with sample was weighed 10 times maybe just say weighed by difference, they don’t usually like it when you spell out the steps like that no way it was like 0. 5 grams, check the lab again and at least 0. 5 g of Vanillin or o-Vanillin was added to the cell and it was reweighed 10 times. This experiment depended heavily on the method of weigh by difference when determining the mass of sample (Vanillin or o-Vanillin) loss in sublimation. A water bath (70 °C for vanillin or 40 °C for o-Vanillin) is prepared for the sample. The Knudsen cell….

Activity: Reverse Outline

Cohort ENG-122-Q5681-OL-TRAD-UG.19EW5

Activity: Reverse Outline (GRADED) NOTE: This activity will be graded based on completion.

For this activity, you will use the [?]reverse outlining[/?] process and the TEA*formula to help you to revise your critical analysis essay draft. Follow the steps below:

Print out a copy of your essay draft. If you need to generate another copy of your draft, you can revisit 5-4. If you are unable to print a copy of your draft, you can open up your essay document in a word processing program like Microsoft Word and turn on the “Comments” feature that will allow you to insert comments in the margins of the paper. Write your thesis statement at the top of the page so that you can refer back to it easily…..

Kim Woods – Strategic Plan Part III: Balanced Scorecard and Communication Plan

Purpose of Assignment  Students will have the opportunity to develop a Balanced Scorecard. This, in turn, will allow them to create effective strategic objectives to be included as part of their overall strategic plan. They will also be presented with the task of creating a brief communication plan that will be used by their proposed division to efficiently distribute information with regard to their strategic initiatives. 

Assignment Steps 

Resources: Strategic Planning Outline and Week 4 textbook readings 

Create a minimum 1,050 word strategic objectives summary. 

Include your balanced scorecard and its impact on all stakeholders, and the communication plan.

Identify key trends, assumptions, and risks in the context of your final business model.

Develop the strategic objectives for your new division of the existing business in a balanced….

Emotional intelligence has become a major tool

Dear mentor, Emotional intelligence has become a major tool in effective human interactions at home in school and within every organization, because of its usefulness in utilizing the powers of emotional on thoughts. According to Daniel Goleman, there are five components, which include self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills [Goleman, 1995]. Each component employs the self-understanding and appreciation as a foundational tool to discover ways to improve every relationship one has within others. Self-Awareness is the ability to recognize and understand personal moods and emotions. Self-Regulation: The ability to control or redirect disruptive impulses and moods and the propensity to suspend judgment and to think before acting.. Motivation: A passion to work for reasons that go beyond money and status; a tendency to pursue goals with energy and….

The Main Criteria in the Choice of Medium of Articulation

Communication is defined as the “transfer of meaning” (Eunson, 2006:2). The message to be conveyed, the urgency of the message, the effect on the receiver etc determine the “preference” of the channel of communication. This essay shall argue that this is the most important criteria, in channel determination. Right Preference – Key to Effectiveness New inventions have facilitated ease of communication. Ironically though, Priestley’s Paradox explains that, the more we advance our means of communication, the less we communicate (Priestley 1957, as cited in Eunson, 2006:4).

Hence, for effective communication the important things to be considered may be the message and effect (Lasswell’s model, 1948, as cited in Eunson, 2006:7). The latter i. e. the ‘effect’ of the message on the receiver, depends on which mode of communication….