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Use O*Net Online to develop a job description and competencies

Use O*Net Online to develop a job description and competencies

Use O*Net Online to develop a job description and competencies. Job analysis, job competencies, and job descriptions form critical elements of employee recruiting, selection, and organizational staffing. We must understand the job, know its nature, and describe its competencies before we can announce the position and attract quality applicants. To get to this point, the HR professional must have the skills to conduct research, including employee and supervisor interviews. These interviews will contain valuable real-life information that will describe the job to be advertised and filled. For this assignment, you will be assisting our senior HR professional Kimberly by developing a position description.

Your Challenge
Use O*Net Online to develop a job description and competencies for any job of your choosing. The job should have five to seven competencies. Your job description and competency model should follow this example of a medical job description for a Physician Assistant:

Serves in the Occupational Medicine Program (OMP), Occupational and Environmental Medicine (OEM) and other Occupational Health (OH) services and related matters.

Advises on Occupational Health (OH) program development, management, administration and evaluation. Formulates OH service policies and objectives as required. Advises on program requirements and procedures. Establishes criteria for OH program evaluations and assessments. Advises on the development, interpretation, and application of occupational health standards. Provides technical assistance on health conservation requirements, OH practices, and delivery of OH services that impact worker health as needed. Participates in epidemiological investigation of disease, illness, or accidents of particular importance to the OH program as required.

Plans, coordinates, and conducts OH program consultation reviews, visits, and special studies. Evaluate the effectiveness of OH programs. Analyzes and interprets data on OH programs. Resolve complex OH problems to improve OH clinical services, health education, and wellness. Researches trends and patterns. Reports on findings and conclusions, with recommendations as needed.

 

Reviews state and federal regulations on occupational health for organizational impact

Use O*Net Online to develop a job description and competencies.

Reviews state and federal regulations on occupational health for organizational impact, recommending changes as needed. Develops new OH program evaluation methods and criteria. Develops standard procedures, model administrative documents, and informational material relating to the development and management of installation OH programs. Develops innovative and unique methods of problem solving and evaluation.

Provide a description that includes knowledge of the content information and expertise associated with the work.
Analyze what someone in this job would need to know and be able to do.
Would they need to have special skills, training, licenses or degrees?
Define tasks and technology skills that are aligned to the context of the environment in which the work is done.
Does the description include details on what the main tasks and skills are?
How does the work environment impact the work?
Create descriptions of work activities that match the context of the work.
Are the job elements described?
Are they consistent with job framework, setting, or expectations?
Develop a description of work that displays a clear connection to measurable elements of performance.
How are things connected and do they make sense?
Would a potential job applicant be able to read the description and understand the job expectations?
Review the HR Challenge: Job Analysis and Competency Modeling Scoring Guide to see the criteria by which your assignment will be evaluated. Before submitting your assignment for evaluation, review your draft in SafeAssign to check your use of source material.

Cost Benefit Analysis Case

Cost Benefit Analysis Case

Cost Benefit Analysis Case

You are an economist for an international NGO that makes subsidized loans for the improvement
of agricultural production. You have been approached by the Government of Nepal, which wants
your organization to fund construction of a US $41 million irrigation system in the Dang Valley,
the heart of agricultural production in the country. The purpose of the new system is to increase
agricultural production, but there are other costs and benefits that may accrue as well.
There has been a traditional system of wells and canals, but it is more than 50 years old and has a
number of problems. First, 100,000 gallons of water per month are lost because of leaks in the
canals. Second, in the last 10 years, 20 people have drowned in the existing canals. Third, the
runoff from the canals flows into the Rapti River. When it rains, runoff from the fields flows
directly into the canals, and pollution from pesticides has substantially increased pollution of the
river, especially over the past 10 years. This has, among other things, substantially affected the
fishing of the river. Pollution has killed many fish, and while those who have not died are not
safe to eat, the local population has nonetheless continued to eat them, and many have gotten
sick or died.
You have the following information on the predicted effects of the new irrigation system.
1. Construction of the new irrigation system is expected to commence in January of next year
(t=0), and it will be completed within two years (t=1,2). The $41 million in construction costs
will be repaid over 25 years, at a 3-percent interest rate. A 25 year horizon for this irrigation
scheme has been predicted by your team of engineers as the time frame over which this
investment will have the predicted effects; after 25 years another infrastructure investment
decision will need to be made.
2. Once the system is operational, the increase in water availability (because there will no longer
be cracks in the system) is expected to increase agricultural production in the Dang Valley by
10 to 12 percent annually. There are a total of 20,000 hectares (ha) of agricultural land in the
1 This case is obviously hypothetical and the numbers shown may differ substantially from actual conditions in
Nepal.
valley. Current estimates are that crops produced on this land are valued at US$950 per ha per
year under current conditions.
3. In order to prevent the kinds of problems, especially drownings and illegal appropriation of
water from the canal, that have plagued the current system, the plans are to pay local people to
provide security. A total of 10 such security personnel will be needed, and they will be paid the
equivalent of US$1,000 per month (that is, $100/month for each person hired).
4. There will also be costs to maintain the system, which will increase as the system ages. There
will be no material costs for maintenance over the first five years, but materials will cost
$200,000 per year in years 6 to 15, and $500,000 per year after that. It is assumed that labor will
be donated by local farmers. This will represent a total of 1,000 hours of labor in years 6 to 15,
and 2,500 hours after that.

 

 

What is cost-benefit analysis and how is it calculated?

 

Cost Benefit Analysis Case

5. Because of this improved security, the number of drownings is expected to be cut in half
when the new canal becomes operational.
6. The reduced pollution will also have benefits for the fishing industry, increasing the income
to fishermen. Current estimates are that a ton of fish results in revenue to fishermen of $500,000
annually, and that this will increase by 8 to 12 percent as a result of the new system.
7. In addition, it is estimated that one life will be saved every four years as a result of the
reduction in pollution of the Rapti River. In addition, the reduction in water-borne illnesses will
reduce doctor and hospital visits by 1,000 per year. It is estimated that one of these visits
currently costs between $50 and $100.
8. Each doctor or hospital visit results in one-half day, on average, of lost productivity for
workers. It is estimated that the average worker makes $30 to $50 per day.
9. The increased agricultural production will increase the value of the agricultural land, currently
worth approximately $2,000 per ha, by an estimated 10 percent.
10. During the period of construction, increased air pollution will have negative health effects,
resulting in 500 doctor/hospital visits and 250 lost labor days per year of construction.
Based on your benefit cost analysis, should this project be implemented or not? Explain your
calculations and conclusions.

Pandemic Shock and corporate resilience

Pandemic Shock and corporate resilience

Pandemic Shock and corporate resilience

The pandemic crisis is an example of significant systemic risk, threatening the survival of firms on a global scale, with potentially devastating societal and economic outcomes. The pandemic has caused significant job losses, corporate bankruptcies and firm failure. The crisis raises fundamental questions: How can firms respond to systemic crises such as the current pandemic spread of the coronavirus COVID-19? What type of firms or organisational forms is likely to withstand systemic shocks? How may a firm’s capital structure and debt structure affect its chance of survival and failure? How may the pandemic affect the organisation of the market post- Coronavirus? Which strategies might increase corporate resilience and enable firms to better sail through pandemic crises?

 

Explain how firms should respond to deep recessions to survive and ensure longevity

Pandemic Shock and corporate resilience
Your assignment will require you to reflect on some of these questions. You will need to:
1. Explore how shocks such as the Covid-19 pandemic or the credit crunch 2007-9 may affect the economy and firms. You may benefit from a simple framework from economics to organise the analysis.
2. Explore in detail factors that contribute to a firm’s resilience and capability to withstand deep recessions. Your analysis should draw on relevant academic research.
3. Explain how firms should respond to deep recessions to survive and ensure longevity.
4. Which corporate strategies might allow firms to better prepare for the post- recession recovery?
You may draw on the materials posted on Blackboard to develop the first part of the essay.
Important: You should draw on economic, management, and strategy theories to develop the analysis. Failure to draw on relevant theories and concepts can lead to a low mark. It is important to inform the discussion by referring to relevant data. The use of peer-reviewed academic journals is essential too.
A number of notes will be placed on the course webpage to guide you through your research. A note will specify marking guidelines in details. You should follow the guidelines.

Applying clinical guidelines to patients’

Applying clinical guidelines to patients’

Applying clinical guidelines to patients’. health promotion and disease prevention and focused on various vulnerable populations. This week’s discussion will focus on applying one guideline to two patients.

Scenario A: Focus on Preventative Guidelines for Childhood Immunizations
You are working as an APRN in your local primary care office. The rural town of Maynard has 300 people, a post office, doctor’s office, and a gas station. The primary source of income is farming or driving 45 minutes to a somewhat larger town. With the blizzard coming, all your patients except two have cancelled for the morning. Jose is scheduled at 0900; he is a nine-year-old Hispanic male born in Mexico. He and his family (Mom, Dad, and six siblings, ages six months to 14 years) moved into the area just a few months ago. Jose’s mother reported that he had nearly died at two months after contracting pertussis.

Your final patient of the morning is Irena, a 15-year-old teenage female who lives with her aunt in Maynard. Irena is Romanian and barely speaks any English. Her aunt has been your patient for the past few years, and she told you that Irena had been abducted in Romania at the age of 10. Irena’s parents found her quite by accident when a sex trafficking ring dumped all their “product” in a refugee camp in Serbia just a few months ago. Irena’s parents are still in Romania, but they sent Irena here to live with her aunt.

 

Focus on Preventative Guidelines for Colorectal Cancer Screening

Applying clinical guidelines to patients’
Applying clinical guidelines to patients’
Scenario B: Focus on Preventative Guidelines for Colorectal Cancer Screening
On a busy Thursday morning, you note on your schedule a couple of patients who routinely “take a long time” no matter what their complaint. Jimmy is a 62-year-old male who is mentally challenged and lives in a local group home. Both his parents passed away last year, and his sister has never really been in the picture. She lives at least eight hours away. Jimmy has a “genetic disorder,” but actually his symptoms are more like autism that we are familiar with today. Jimmy’s caregiver states he has been having some problems with constipation but otherwise he seems okay. Jimmy is nonverbal and hates to be touched. Approaching Jimmy can be difficult, and he has taken a swing at staff a couple of times because he doesn’t understand what is going on – especially if they try to touch him to check his pulse or blood pressure.

Having finished up with Jimmy, you move on to Marvin. Marvin is a 67-year-old male here for his annual physical. Marvin is pretty healthy despite a scare with colon cancer when he was 50. He is obsessed with his bowels and even brings charts to each of his appointments as he is always concerned that the cancer will return.

Scenario C: Focus on Preventative Guidelines for Breast Cancer Screening
Volunteering once a month for a mobile clinic, you head out this Saturday morning with two other providers and staff. The mobile RV is a large motorhome retrofitted as a primary care clinic. Headed downtown where there is a large homeless encampment, everyone is excited to see what the day brings.

Miss Eleanor is a 72-year-old African American female who you have seen many times. Today she is complaining of some breast tenderness due to a fall she took with her grocery cart a couple of weeks ago. While examining Eleanor’s breast, you took the opportunity to do a manual breast exam. Eleanor said it had been at least 30 years since she’d had a breast exam and that she had never had a mammogram.

Finishing up your day on the mobile clinic, Sally, a 48-year-old female, is concerned that she has an STI. During Sally’s pelvic exam, you learn that she has been living in a tent under a bridge downtown for about a year. Sally is eager to talk to someone and tells you that she used to work in a medical office as a receptionist but that was a long time ago, before she was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. You are concerned that Sally does have an STI and you ask about her medical history. After quite a story, Sally tells you she had a mammogram about two years ago before she left Texas and there was a place the doctor wanted to evaluate further but she never went back for the ultrasound.

Applying clinical guidelines to patients’: Scenario D: Focus on Cervical Cancer Guidelines

 

Applying clinical guidelines to patients’

Working near a naval base, you see a lot of patients who are somehow connected with the military. Today, Shelesha, a 21-year-old African American female, is requesting to be seen for her annual exam before she leaves for deployment. Shelesha seems really anxious today. She is usually so excited about being on board her ship, but today she is different. You complete her annual exam, but she refuses her cervical and breast exam. After leaving the room so she can get dressed, you return to find Shelesha crying. She finally tells you that she was attacked – sexually assaulted on board her ship six months ago – and she has these “bumps” that keep getting bigger around her vagina and she is worried.

Virginia arrives for her annual well-woman exam. Virginia is a 67-year-old female who has been married for 42 years. Virginia and Harrold are still sexually active with the use of medications, and like clockwork, Virginia comes every year for her pelvic exam requesting a Pap smear. Virginia had breast cancer with a mastectomy when she was 52, but otherwise she is healthy, only taking medication for her cholesterol.

Scenario E: Focus on Prostate Cancer Guidelines
Ivan is a 59-year-old Caucasian male in your office today for his annual exam. He has been reading about prostate cancer and the need to have some lab work done. His wife really wants him to get his PSA drawn, but he’s not so sure. Your physical exam of Ivan is “all normal.” When reviewing Ivan’s health assessment form, you see he smokes two packs of cigarettes a day and his only complaint is a chronic cough.

Chen is 76-year-old gentleman of Chinese descent. He is here today for an annual exam and a recheck of his blood pressure. Chen tells you he just heard from his brother that his PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) is really high, and they are concerned he may have prostate cancer. Chen’s brother is from his father’s second marriage and he is only 59 years old. Chen is asking to have his PSA drawn to make sure he doesn’t have prostate cancer.

Applying clinical guidelines to patients’

Discuss the guidelines assigned with your scenario.
Will both patients be treated in the same manner? Why or why not?
What would your treatment plan be for each of the individuals in your scenario?
Please include at least three scholarly sources within your initial post.

Reasonable suspicion and probable cause

Reasonable suspicion and probable cause

Law enforcement officers use two methods to investigate possible criminal activity. Reasonable suspicion means officers have a reasonable belief, sometimes called a hunch, that criminal activity may have occurred. They have no hard evidence to support their belief. Probable cause is more concrete. Probable cause means officers are not just suspicious that criminal activity has occurred; they think it’s likely, or probable, that criminal activity has taken place. Many times reasonable suspicion may evolve into probable cause. This is not always the case, however. Initial contact between an officer and a subject often involves reasonable suspicion rather than probable cause.
This is a two-part assignment. Be sure to complete both parts.

 

 

Reasonable suspicion and probable cause.
Instructions
Part 1
In Part 1 of this assignment, you are required to write a one- to the two-page narrative in which you:
Distinguish between reasonable suspicion and probable cause.
Be sure to illustrate your distinctions between these two terms with examples.
Develop a checklist with questions to ask when assessing reasonable suspicion Versus p. cause (for example, What drew your attention to this particular person?).
Part 2
In Part 2 of this assignment, you must examine the 10 scenarios in the Reasonable S.
Note: The first scenario is completed for you as an example to guide your work on the remaining nine scenarios.
For each scenario in the template:
Determine whether reasonable suspicion or probable cause applies to each scenario.
Justify your determinations.
Use three sources to support your writing.
Choose sources that are credible, relevant, and appropriate.
Cite each source listed on your source page at least one time within your assignment.
Access the library or review library guides to help with research, writing, and citation.
You may use your textbook as one of your resources.
Important: Be sure to submit your one- to two-page narrative and the completed both Template to the assignment submission area.

Analyze internal and external business environments

Analyze internal and external business environments

Analyze internal and external business environments
Recommend short-term and long-term strategic focuses
Communicate strategy to a variety of audiences

Scenario
You have been appointed the director of strategic planning for the Fortune Global 500 company you selected in Module One.

The vice president of strategy and operations (VP) has confided in you that strategic planning has been a challenge for the company over the past year; specifically, crafting new strategies and aligning them to the company’s mission and goals. You have now been tasked with creating a new strategic planning proposal to help the company explore at least one new growth opportunity to increase its revenue or market share in the industry.

Your proposal should present a detailed analysis of the company’s internal and external environments as well as specific actions the company can take over the next five years to achieve the targeted growth. Your proposal will be presented to various stakeholders at different levels in the organization, so you will need to adapt parts of your proposal to suit different needs. Additionally, you will need to send a shorter executive summary of your proposal to the leadership team.

Directions
Strategic Planning Proposal

Part 1: Presentation

Your final presentation should include the following elements:

 

Perform an internal environment analysis of your company to understand the company’s current business environment and future goals

Analyze internal and external business environments
Analyze internal and external business environments
. Present the results of your analysis.
Overview (slide 1): Provide a brief overview of the company’s products, services, and customer base.
Existing entities : Identify at least two existing partnerships, mergers, or acquisitions. Explain how these entities contribute to the company’s revenue or market share.
Five-year goals (slide 4): Speculate on what the company wants to achieve in the next five years by considering their mission statement, values and goals, and relevant sections of their sustainability report.
Perform an external environment analysis of your company to identify the company’s competitive environment and find an opportunity the company can utilize to grow its revenue or market share in the industry. Present the results of your analysis.
Competitors (slide 5): Identify at least two of your company’s top competitors and explain how they compete with your company.
Competitive advantages (slides 6–11): Evaluate your company’s competitive advantages.
Summarize the unique skill sets, products, location, and values of your company.
Use Porter’s five forces to analyze your company’s competitiveness and growth potential in its industry. Assign a rating to your company for each of Porter’s five forces as very high (VH), high (H), low (L), or very low (VL). Justify your ratings.
Area of opportunity (slides 12–13): Identify one area of opportunity that will help your company increase its revenue or market share over the next five years. Explain how this opportunity can lead to an increase in revenue or market share.
Conduct a buy-build-ally analysis for your company and recommend actions your company can take to realize your identified opportunity within five years.
Implementation strategy (slides 14–17): Recommend an implementation strategy for your company.
Determine whether the company will need to buy, build, or ally with another company. Consider the skills, facilities, products, and services the company will need, to capitalize on the identified opportunity.
Use the speaker notes of your presentation to explain the strategy behind your buy, build, and ally recommendations.
Timeline (slides 18–19): Construct a timeline of what your company should achieve by the end of each year for the next five years.
(Note: Use both on-screen text and speaker notes to convey your information effectively. For example, you can use brief bulleted lists summarizing the highlights of your analysis on the slide and include more detailed explanations where needed in your speaker notes.)

Part 2: Executive Summary

Create an executive summary of your strategic planning proposal. Remember to consider the audience and purpose of this report when drafting your summary.

Purpose: Briefly explain the purpose of the proposal.
Current business environment : Describe the internal and external business environments of the company.
Outline the various analyses you conducted and briefly summarize their importance.
Describe the opportunity for growth you identified and how it will impact the company’s revenue or market share.
Recommendations : Recommend actions, such as buy, build, and ally, that the company should take to utilize the identified opportunity and explain the reasons for your recommendations.

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Did It Eliminate Discrimination in the U.S.?

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Did It Eliminate Discrimination in the U.S.?

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Did It Eliminate Discrimination in the U.S.? you will submit your completed research paper on the cutting-edge employment and labor law topic you have been working on since the beginning of your course. The research paper will be 8–10 double‐spaced pages in length, excluding the cover page, Appendices, and References. This paper will be written according to APA format and citation style and be carefully referenced with 8–10 academic references. Your abstract will be included in your page count. This paper aims to take a topic or issue that deals with employment and labor law and do an in‐depth review of the current literature on this topic. This is a library research paper, and you must use at least 8–10 credible sources, not including textbooks.

You will want to have a section in this paper before your conclusions that address the significance of what you have found for practicing managers. Be sure to use credible published sources and only reliable internet websites. Reference your paper very carefully and tightly. You will find an abundance of literature on your topic in the leading journals in the library. Appearance, punctuation, grammar, neatness, and spelling count. This is to be a professional paper to receive full credit. This paper should have an introduction, body, conclusion, and reference section. This paper should also have appropriate headings and sub‐headings in the body of the paper. Be sure to use a title page. Write transition sentences between sections so that the reader knows where you are going and why. Note that this is a research paper. Avoid all first-person pronouns and personal opinions. Academic integrity is of the utmost importance in this term paper. Your paper will be submitted through Turnitin.com, which will document any plagiarism, intentional or unintentional. Your instructor will submit the paper to Turnitin.com in Unit 6, obtaining a report from Turnitin.com for review and grading purposes.

 

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Did It Eliminate Discrimination in the U.S.? The Civil Rights of 1866. Why Did it Not Work?

The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Did It Eliminate Discrimination in the U.S.?

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The Civil Rights of 1866. Why Did it Not Work?
The Civil Rights Act of 1964: Did It Eliminate Discrimination in the U.S.?
The Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967: How Effective Has it Been?
The Americans With Disabilities Act: Has it Eliminated Discrimination Among the Disabled?
The Fair Labor Standards Act? Is it Still Relevant in the U.S. Today?
The Rehabilitation Act of 1973: Has it Served its Usefulness?
Temporary Workers and Independent Contractors? Are They Treated Fairly Under the Existing Law?
Pros and Cons of Employment at Will Doctrine: Is it Really Legal?
Is Affirmative Action Good or Bad for U.S. Organizations?
What is the Real Difference Between Race and Color under the Law? Do We Need Protections for Both?
What is National Origin, and Why is it Protected Under the Law?
Is Gender Discrimination Still Real? An Analysis of the Sexes
The State of Sexual Harassment in America: Alive or Dead?
Does Religious Discrimination Exist in Today’s America?
Does Age Discrimination Still Exist? What are the Real Causes?
The Unseen Discrimination; Disability Discrimination and its Causes
Does the Privacy Act of 1974 Still Protect Employees?
Is the National Labor Relations Act Still Relevant? A Discussion of Both Sides
Does the Taft Hartley Act Have any Relevance in America Today?
The Free Choice Act: Good or Bad for American Employees?
The Impact of the Lilly Ledbetter Act; Ramifications on Employers
What is the impact of The Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act, or USERRA?
Pros and Cons of Unions in America Today
A Look at the Generation in America Most Likely to be Organized: Who Joins Unions Today?
The Future of Unions in America

Evolution and how individuals and populations can change

Evolution and how individuals and populations can change

Evolution and how individuals and populations can change

This week’s discussion board will explore the concepts of evolution and how individuals and populations can change. The environment is constantly changing, providing multiple ways that natural selection can act on individuals, ultimately causing a population to evolve. Watch this short video going over the effects of climate change.

1. Using a real-life example, demonstrate how environmental changes can cause genetic changes in a population. Be sure to describe the fitness advantage involved and how this would cause those alleles to be more prevalent in the population and how this would cause the population to evolve.

 

 

Evolution and how individuals and populations can change

2. The impact of global climate change are constantly being debated. Making an educated decision on a topic involves considering valid (and factual) evidence from both sides of the fence. Do a google scholar search (see for two scientific articles: one that demonstrates climate change can benefit an organism/species/population and one that demonstrates it may negatively impact. Clearly describe the effects of climate change on your organism in your articles and the mechanism (or how, specifically) climate change can benefit or negatively impact a species.
3. Using this knowledge, discuss your views on Climate Change. Use one/two scientifically valid sources/articles/review articles to support your view.

4. Keep in mind that when determining the overall effects of climate change, we must consider the total sum of the effects (both positive and negative). Many people that do not believe climate change is an issue may be reluctant to believe otherwise and limit their understanding to evidence that supports their views. This is called confirmation bias (and this can go both ways!). Watch this short video below to better understand what confirmation bias is. Discuss how confirmation bias leads to an inaccurate view of topics and describe what you could do to avoid making this mistake.

Case History in Social Work

Case History in Social Work

Case History in Social Work

Case histories are a means for social workers to describe a specified individual’s mental health disorder and provide the individual’s family history as context. This skill is an important component of advanced generalist practice with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.

In today’s society, there is vast cultural diversity. Diversity is no longer defined by race, but it includes lifestyles, sexuality, gender, religion, socioeconomic status, health, geographic regions, ethnicity, and more. As a leader within the social work arena, we often need to identify strengths-based strategies and empowerment strategies to address cultural competency in these diverse groups.

By successfully completing this assignment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following EPAS and specialized practices:

Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C6.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when engaging with colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for leaders of the social work profession through the use of technology.
C6.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice when engaging with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.

 

Describe a specified individual’s mental health disorder

Case History in Social Work

Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Describe a specified individual’s mental health disorder.
2. Describe the individual’s family history.
3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for leader of the social work profession through the use of technology.
Competency 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C7.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when assessing colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for leaders of the social work profession through the use of technology.
C7.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice when assessing individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Describe a specified individual’s mental health disorder.
2. Describe the individual’s family history.
3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for leader of the social work profession through the use of technology.
C7.SP.D: (Assess) Apply assessment instruments, leadership, technology, critical thinking, and interpersonal skills to identify problems, and assess and analyze capacities, strengths, and needs of individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Describe a specified individual’s mental health disorder.
2. Describe the individual’s family history.
Competency 8: Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C8.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology when intervening with colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for leaders of the social work profession through the use of technology.
C8.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice when intervening with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.

 

Describe the individual’s family history

Case History in Social Work
Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Describe a specified individual’s mental health disorder.
2. Describe the individual’s family history.
3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for leader of the social work profession through the use of technology.
Competency 9: Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities.
C9.SP.A: Apply critical thinking and decision making in verbal and written communication through the use of leadership and technology evaluations with colleagues, individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for leaders of the social work profession through the use of technology.
C9.SP.B: Apply and integrate theories of human behavior and the social environment in the specialization of advanced generalist practice evaluation with individuals, families, groups, organizations, and communities.
Related Assignment Criteria:
1. Describe a specified individual’s mental health disorder.
2. Describe the individual’s family history.
3. Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for leader of the social work profession through the use of technology.

Psychiatric DNP program application

Psychiatric DNP program application

Psychiatric DNP program application

Hello these are questions /personal statements for a Psychiatric DNP program application, that must be answered each question should be limited to 1 pg or less. , double-spaced, using a font size that is easily read, 11-12 characters per inch. Please include the Personal Statement Title as the header.

1. Describe how your leadership skills and experience will influence your future practice and success in your Psychiatric Nurse practitioner advanced nursing practice role and major. What leadership skills do you want to develop?

2. Please provide at least one personal or professional example from your Nursing School or clinical experiences that aligns with our Nursing School Mission Statement and another example that aligns with the Diversity Statement.

3. How does your professional work experience, goals, interests, and abilities align with our Psychiatric DNP program? Why is this the time to obtain your doctoral degree?
( Some info about me to help answer for question 3 and 4: I was a student nurse on a telemetry unit, I am a new grad rn. Also I have experience working with children and adults with psychiatric, mental ,health illness, and developmental problems like autism.)

4. Why are you choosing Psychiatric Nurse practitioner DNP program ? How have your personal and/or professional experiences prepared you for your chosen role and major?

5. Share any significant life experiences that have contributed to your personal and professional development. This may include significant challenges, activities, or accomplishments that make you a unique applicant.

6. Discuss the differences between a quality improvement project and research. Describe a possible topic or clinical problem in a population that may be the focus of your DNP project.
(anything in low income or immigrant population is ok, if you have a better idea please add.)