Global issues in Aviation

Global issues in Aviation

During this pandemic crisis, government and industry stakeholders came together to address the need for flexibility and temporary measures that were critical to keeping the industry flying. IATA deployed Safety Risk Assessments and developed extensive Guidance Materials in a number of areas, to support the industry’s continued safe operation.
Provide a detailed discussion of these 2 measures and critically evaluate the effectiveness of these measures in assisting the aviation industry to cope with the impact of the pandemic on and to resume and continue its safe operation.

Question Three

On 23 May 2021 Ryanair Flight 4978, a regularly-scheduled international passenger flight from Athens International Airport, Greece to Vilnius Airport, Lithuania, was intercepted while in Belarusian airspace. Under the pretence of a bomb threat the aircraft was diverted by the Belarusian government to Minsk National Airport and two passengers on board (an opposition activist and journalist and his girlfriend) were arrested by authorities.

The act was condemned by the European Union, NATO, the United Kingdom, and the United States, among others, and by some civil aviation authorities.

a) Do you consider this incident to be an ‘unlawful act’? Discuss fully.
b) Critically analyse the response by the international aviation community.
c) In light of this incident and the Qatar blockade, critically evaluate the role of ICAO.

PDSA Case Study

PDSA Case Study

Step 1: Read the following case study: Increase in Pressure Injuries

There have been 5 cases of pressure injuries in the last month. The previous month there was one case. In all cases, the patients were older than 60 years old and had limited mobility. The QI committee has created the following Aim statement:

Aim Statement: In our setting, there will be zero pressure injuries to any patient in the next month.

Step 2: As part of the QI committee, you will be completing the Plan portion of the PDSA. Your answer post is based on the first letter of your last name. For example, if your last name is Smith, you would create your Plan for the Acute Care setting.

Describe the change that should be implemented using at least one scholarly nursing source from the Chamberlain library to support this intervention.
Paragraph two: Describe the predicted outcome.
Paragraph three: Identify who will be involved in implementing and evaluating the change.
Resources: Include reference for scholarly nursing source used

SOURCES TO BE USED AS WELL
Week 4: Textbook corresponding Assigned Readings

Finkelman, A. (2018). Quality improvement: A guide for integration in nursing. Jones & Bartlett.

Chapter 2: Quality Improvement: Ethics, Standards, Regulatory, Accreditation, and Legal Issues, pp. 56-67; 69-70
Finkelman, A. (2020). Quality improvement: A guide for integration in nursing. (2nd ed.). Jones & Bartlett.

Chapter 2: Quality Improvement: Ethics, Standards, Regulatory, Accreditation, and Legal Issues, pp. 50-59; 60-61

Cultural Protocol

Cultural Protocol

Aim:
The aim of this assignment is to explore, understand and express the cultural protocols and Country relationships a particular Indigenous community has with its Country and its expectations as to reciprocity, respect, equality, responsibility, survival and protection, and spirit and integrity. The agenda is upon the understandings and engagements with Indigenous communities and their knowledge systems and relationships to Country, to inform built environment professional practice activities and obligations. The purpose is to assemble a protocol guide that summarises and presents a synthesis of the above information.

The purpose is to assemble a protocol guide that summarises and presents a synthesis of the above information.

Task:
Explore the hardcopy and digital literature available for a particular country and undertake a compilation and synthesis of this information. Paper sub‐sections could be (and not inclusive or in any order):Cover, Table of contents, Map, Consultation protocols, The community, Acknowledgements, Introduction, Historical context, (Land) Our story, Dreamtime Beliefs and Stories, References, Trading systems, Seasons, Language, Food, Animal food, Fire, Place names

The description:
The individual to assemble an illustrated cultural protocol guide the summarises and presents a synthesis of the cultural protocols and ‘country’ relationships a particular indigenous community has with its ‘country’ and its expectations as to reciprocity, respect, equality, responsibility, survival and protection, and spirit and integrity.

Detail of output:
The individual authored written submission comprising 3000 words maximum and 20 A4 pages maximum, to be suitably illustrated and referenced.

The agenda is upon the understandings and engagements with Indigenous communities and their knowledge systems and relationships to Country, to inform built environment professional practice activities and obligations. The purpose is to assemble a protocol guide that summarises and presents a synthesis

•Cover
•Table of contents
•Map
•Consultation protocols
•The community
•Acknowledgements Introduction
•Historical context (Land) Our story
•Dreamtime Beliefs and Stories References
•Trading systems Seasons
•Language Food
•Animal food
•Fire
•Place names

Can Attitude towards Child Sex abusers be changed with a short Psycho-education

Can Attitude towards Child Sex abusers be changed with a short Psycho-education

I investigate whether psycho-education can change students’ attitudes. Half of the respondents receive what is called psycho-education (Expermentalgroup), this means that they receive a small education. The other half of the respondents (Controlgroup) do not get that education. More precisely, the psycho-education looks like this: all respondents (control and experiment group) answer seven knowledge questions about child abuse (ScoreKnowledgeQuiz), but only the respondents in the experiment group get to see the answers (and thus are subjected to the psycho-education). Next, all respondents take an attitudinal measurement (the ATS-21). The answers of the knowledge questions are shown to the control group after the attitudinal measurement.
Thus, because of the design, it can be examined whether following psychoeducation has an influence on attitudes. Therefore, the concrete research question is: can psychoeducation lead to attitude change. I have done this with a few t-tests: it appears to be possible. But I want to look deeper, and see what influences the effectiveness of psycho-education. So I take a number of factors and look at how these factors affect the effectiveness of psychoeducation. Again, I have done all of these correlations with t-tests. Well there remains one step that fails me: namely, there are possible moderating variables. Variables in which there is an interaction effect.
For example, gender. I looked at whether the gender of a respondent makes a difference in whether the psychoeducation is effective (so two t-tests: the men of control group versus the men of the experimental group, and the women of control group versus the women of the experimental group). In men there appeared to be no difference, in women there was. Well according to me supervisor this is not enough, I also need to look at the interaction effect of gender. But I don’t know how to do that. By the way, I also need to do that for the further unrelated variables below (I believe). My teacher mentioned an ANCOVA (to do them all at once)? But maybe I misunderstood her. Could you possibly run this for me?

Psycho-education change attitude

Gender

– Gender (Gender)
– Age (Age)
– Relationship status (Single)
– Direction of study
– Year of study (Studyyear)
– Contact with child abuse victim (Knew_CSAbuser)
– Contact with child abuse victim (Knew_CSvictim)
– Reads tabloid (ReadsTabloid)
– Reads quality newspaper (ReadsQualityBroadsheet)
– Reads newspaper (Readsnewspaper)
– Watches news (WatchesNews)
– CSA appears in the curriculum (CSA_in_Curriculum)
– Thinks critically (CriticalThinking). (Respondents completed a questionnaire to what extent they think critically. It was found that people who think more critically (7 point Likert scale, higher score is more critical)
– Knowledge score (ScoreKnowledgeQuiz) (Score between 1 and 14, more good, more knowledge)

The dependent variable is the Attitude Towards Sex Offenders (ATS), plus the three subscales into which this attitude is divided (Social_Distance_ATS) (Intent_ATS ) (Trust_ATS). The higher the more positive the attitude. Attitude was measured with a slider. Respondents could score between zero and one hundred. The above scales are averages.

Country Analysis Questions

Country Analysis Questions

The following questions will help you analyze the selected country that you will discuss in your
committee brief.
Country
● What is the official name of your selected country?
Geography
● What region of the world is this country located in? Who are the country’s neighbors?
● How would you describe the country’s physical features and climate?
● What environmental problems does the country face?
Government
● What type of government does your selected country have? What types of ideologies influence
its government?
● How many people serve in the country’s military?
● What are the domestic issues in the country?
Health
● What is the average life expectancy?
● What is the country’s birth rate, maternal mortality rate, and infant mortality rate?
● What are the country’s major infectious diseases? What is the rate of HIV/AIDS infection?
Education
● What percentage of the population is literate?
● How many years, on average, do people attend school?
● Is school free and/or a requirement?
Culture
● What is the country’s official language? What other languages are spoken?
● What is the ethnic composition? Religious composition? Racial composition?
Economy
● What is the economic system in your selected country?
● What is the country’s gross domestic product (GDP)?
● What are some of the country’s natural resources?
● What is the country’s currency? Is it stable?
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History
● Was the country ever a colony? If so, of which country? When did your selected country become
independent?
● Did the country ever colonize another country? If so, for how long?
● What are some major events/conflicts in the country’s history? Why are they important?

What factors may lead to the development of gastritis?

What factors may lead to the development of gastritis?

A 50-year-old man has been suffering from substernal pain for the last 5 months, particularly on waking up in the morning. He lost his job a year ago and was suffering from depression. He consumes about 12–16 cans of .beer every day. He has lost his appetite too and says that eating aggravates pain.

Is this acute or chronic gastritis?
What factors may lead to the development of gastritis?
What investigation should be performed?
How can the patient be treated?
The responses should be original and free from plagiarism. Use correct medical terminology, spelling, and grammar. I also want references.

 

Employee Retention and Institutional Change at PIGAMU

Employee Retention and Institutional Change at PIGAMU

How would the presence of an HR department have made a difference in the implementation?

If you were the President, how would you have implemented the changes differently?

What conflict resolution systems would you have instituted during the implementation phase?

How would you have minimized resistance to the changes?

What is the role of societal culture in the case?

If you were invited by the Governing Council as a consultant, what would you recommend to the Governing Council and to the new President?

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The Social Determinant of Health Assessment

The Social Determinant of Health Assessment

The comprehensive assessment includes more than just exploring the patient’s physical and mental well-being. It must also focus on the social and physical environments that promote health. As an advanced practice nurse, you must learn to explore the social and physical determinants of health and how they affect the patient. In doing so, this assessment must also focus on the social and physical environments that promote health. These environmental determinants include places of birth, neighborhoods, life, experiences, work environments, recreational activities, and worship practices. These determinants affect health, daily functions, and quality-of- life risks and outcomes. Resources that can affect access to quality healthcare include safe and affordable housing, access to education and emerging technologies, public safety, the availability of healthy foods, and local health and emergency services.

 

The purpose of this task is to reflect on how such outside factors affect your patient’s access to quality healthcare.

 

  1. Reflect on the comprehensive health assessment you performed in task 1 by doing the following:
  2. Discuss the strategy you used to assess your patient’s social determinants.
  3. List five key questions you used to assess social determinants.
  4. Explain what you would add to the patient’s plan of care based on the patient’s responses to key questions in A1a.

 

  1. Explain how your patient’s economic stability affects his or her access to healthcare, including each of the following points:
  • socioeconomic status
  • employment status
  • housing stability

 

  1. Analyze how your patient’s educational status affects his or her health.
  2. Analyze how your patient’s health literacy affects his or her health.
  3. Discuss the healthcare barriers and opportunities the patient might face because of his or her educational status.

 

  1. Analyze how the patient’s health and healthcare status affect his or her quality of life.

 

  1. Explain how the patient’s neighborhood and environment affect his or her access to health.
  2. Compare the healthcare (e.g., quality, access, outcomes) of a patient living in a low-income area is likely to receive with the healthcare of a patient living in a high-income area is likely to receive.
  3. Discuss how access to healthcare differs for patients living in rural versus urban areas.
  4. Discuss how a patient’s neighborhood affects his or her access to healthy food options.

 

  1. Discuss why social determinants need to be addressed in your comprehensive health assessment.
  2. Based on the assessment, identify three highest priority social determinants that affect your patient.
  3. Based upon the three chosen social determinants, develop a patient plan of care.
  4. Explain how you would implement your plan based upon the social determinants identified.
  5. Identify any barriers to implementing the interventions from part B2.
  6. Discuss who needs to be involved in the interventions (e.g., healthcare practitioners, community members, family).
  7. Explain how you would evaluate the effectiveness of your patient’s plan of care.
  8. Summarize the impact of social determinants on your patient’s overall well-being.

 

  1. Sources

Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.

There are 6 key elements of the rubric for the Social determinants Task, including:

  1. Strategies and questions used to assess and document social determinants
  2. Key Social Determinants: Economic Stability, Educational Status, Opportunities and Barriers, Health Literacy
  3. Effect of Health on Quality of Life; Neighborhood and Environmental Impacts; Healthy Food Options
  4. Health care in Low- and High-income areas as well as rural and urban areas
  5. Identification of Social Determinants; Patient Plan of Care, Implementation, Barriers, Individuals involved and Evaluation

Discussion and Summation of Impact of Social Determinants

a visual timeline of the history of organizations and organizational development

a visual timeline of the history of organizations and organizational development

Ensure the following information is provided:

Important dates or mile markers of organizational development.
Foundational theories and the dates they were created and utilized.
Use the text and the associated metaphors along with applicable leadership theories and approaches (power, transactional, management, others, etc.).
Key figures or thinkers in the field of organizational development and theory.
Important events (at least 10) that challenged organizations through the years.

Part 2 Continuation of timeline from Part 1. Please separate into two different papers but label Part 1 & Part 2
Chronicle the history of cultural responsiveness in organizational development.
Be sure to include:

“Mile markers” of cultural significance in business and organizations.
Key figures leading in the cultural responsiveness in organizations.
Significant shifts in organizational development (diversity training, etc.).
Changes in law and policy relating to cultural responsiveness.
These new additions should include at least 8 key points along the timeline.

Leading Organizational Change

Leading Organizational Change

Dennis Hightower is given three months to develop a strategy that would unite Disney heads in Europe, demonstrate innovation, and produce growth throughout Disney Europe. Hightower is expected to knit together a federation of independent country operations and create an effective center linking local subsidiaries to the center. The process would be complex and place immense demands on Hightower, including intensive management of relationships, appropriate positioning of people, careful delegation of responsibility, and active nurturing of a healthy work environment. As you reflect on the overall change in company culture, respond to the following prompts as you prepare your discussion thread.

  • How prepared and qualified do you think Hightower was to take on this challenge? Give specifics.
  • How was Disney Europe organized before Hightower?
  • What steps would you take to assess the current condition of the various European units?
  • What approach would you use to bring about the changes to the European operation?
  • What issues do you anticipate in the process and how would you mitigate them?
  • How would you inspire critical thinking among the unit managers?