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a unique campaign

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can help me to finish this assignment with good quality and be on time please?

there is a sample of the presentation. 

My group will take care of the sections on the introduction, background information on the campaign, individual and group level and the rest I have to do.

Week Three Assignment – Group Presentation, the topic Get Smart Know When Antibiotics Work.

Each group will use the CDC Gateway to Health Communication & Social Marketing Practice hub for this assignment. Please visit  the campaign website (http://www.cdc.gov/healthcommunication/campaigns/index.html) to identify a unique campaign (e.g. no groups will present on the same program or campaign) and then develop a group presentation that categorizes the health promotion methods used/directed/created for individual, group, organizational, community, and societal audience levels. A group blog platform will be provided within BB to work on the presentation collaboratively.

Students will be randomly assigned to groups of three at the start of the course. Students will work together in their groups to collaborate and create a PowerPoint presentation with a voiceover narrative. Instructions for recording voiceover narrative are located in BB Week 3 within the assignment instructions.

·  Group Presentation Assignment Description – Word Document (78.8 KB)

·  Group Presentation Rubric – Word Document (78.4 KB)

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·  Sample Group Presentation – PowerPoint File (2.57 MB)  This topic (National Influenza Vaccination Week) is not available for students to select.

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·  Review of  National Influenza Week CDC Campaign (sample) and Associated Method s document – Word Document (17.8 KB)

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·  How to Record a Voiceover to PPT – Word Document (74 KB)

The group presentation is 50 points. Presentations will be submitted to two locations by Sunday of the third week 1/27, 11:59 pm PST for full credit:

1) To the review of group presentations discussion board located in week 4

2)To the group presentation assignment link

Click on the “Week Three Assignment – Group Presentation” link above to submit your assignment, as well as to get more information regarding the due date and grading rubric.

Video Review of the Group Presentation Assignment:

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Campaign Presentation Review Video   One (09:28)

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Campaign Presentation Review Video   2 (09:39)

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Psychology and Christianity

I need someone to look at my essay to see if it is legit free from plagiarism and if not could you correct it please. I will send the instruction to you how she want my integrated paper done for psychology and Christianity. The book is called  

Integrative Approaches to Psychology and Christianity, 3rd Edition

An Introduction to Worldview Issues, Philosophical Foundations, and Models of Integration

by David N. Entwistle Pease follow the instruction and make sure it has 5 pages only no quotes it has to be in the order she ask for. 

Coaching Difficult Leaders

Write a paper of 2,000-2,500 words in which you discuss coaching and  how to handle leaders who do not want coaching. Address the following:

  1. Describe needed competencies for a leadership coach and include a rationale for why these competencies are important.
  2. Depict three types of difficult leaders and how you would handle the challenges of coaching them.
  3. How does a leader’s style influence how challenges are handled?
  4. Discuss how you would handle a toxic leader.

fetal demise

1-, thank you for reading and replying to my post.

Knowing what I know now , something that would have helped me prepared for my first fetal demise was to be prepared with the words to say.  The first time I experience my first fetal demise I froze, I did not know what to say and I had no idea if it was acceptable to cry.  I remember crying and trying to hide my tears from the doctors, nurses and family members.  Now, I know that it is ok to cry and to show your true emotions with your patients.  After, the birth of the dead fetus the parents cried and I cried with them.  I was there to comfort and support them but I froze with words.  I was not prepared and had no idea what proper words to say.  I learned thatit is ok to say I am sorry for your loss.  I cannot imagine what you are feeling right now, but I am here for you”. 

I do have a couple of tips to share with orientees to prepare them for this type of event.  First, I will tell them that in this situation it is ok to cry and show their emotions.  But to do it in a professional manner.  Also, to encourage parents to hold their babies this helps them to cope and grieve.  Another tip: To always, refer to the baby by their name.  If you do not have the answers to the patients questions, find them.  Don’t ignore them.  Patient’s sometimes do not want to hold or look at their baby.  Do not to send the babies body to the morgue right away but wait as long as possible.  I had a patient that did not want to see or hold her baby after delivery, but she changed her mind 3 hours after.  The morgue had already picked up the baby and I could not grant this patients wish to see and hold her baby.   

2-Bonnie, thank you for reading and responding to my post.  Yes, I do catch myself wondering about where the baby is and how is she doing.  She is about 6 years old now, and I can still see her beautiful little face.  She was a healthy full term baby with a full head of hair.  Every time I talk about this I remember that it was one of the hardest moment I have endured in my career.  It still haunts me from time to time. I had just finished my four month training as a labor and delivery nurse two months prior to the incident. I was fairly new and so inexperienced. Even though the patient was not assigned to me I was there helping.  In, our unit we all work together especially when we have an emergency.  I remember taking care of the baby while they rushed the patient to the OR and then to ICU.  Even, though I know we did everything in our power to save the patient, it is still hard to endure the fact that the baby was left without her mom.

3-All end-of-life choices and medical decisions have complex psychosocial components, ramifications, and consequences that have a significant impact on suffering and the quality of living and dying. However, the medical end-of-life decisions are often the most challenging for terminally ill people and those who care about them. Each of these decisions should ideally be considered in terms of the relief of suffering and the values and beliefs of the dying individual and his or her family. In addition, any system of medical care has its own primary values that may or may not coincide with the values of the person.

patient population

CASE STUDY 1- Reflecting on week 2’s lessons in the syllabus,select a patient population (pediatric, young adult, adult or geriatric), and briefly analyze a common/acute EENT condition(Sinusitis, Pharyngitis, Epiglottitis, Infectious Mono, Epistaxis, Allergy rhinitis, Hearing loss, common eye conditions etc.…there are several to choose from), that may affect this population. Briefly tell how it impacts the patient’s quality of life and analyze the current research evidence on this topic and gold standard of care if any for your chosen population. (You may use an example from your clinical rotation (past or present) that you have encountered). Describe how you, the FNP, can/or have made a difference in the care of patients with this specific disease and tell of one specific patient care teaching that he/she may do to help minimize disease symptoms. (Due 01/29/19. Worth 5 points)

Nursing interventions

Comment1

According to the article titled, Teaching Evidence Based Practice to Undergraduate Nursing Students it is essential for BSN-prepared nurses to implement evidence-based practice into their daily practice. Per author Sin and Bliquez, undergraduate nurses spend much of their shift providing direct care to patients and the National Academy of Medicine’s Roundtable on Evidence-based Medicine has suggested that 90% of clinical interventions must be supported by up-to-date clinical evidence. This goal has been established to be implemented by 2020 (Sin & Bliquez, 2017). Nursing interventions are a reflection of patient outcomes. For this matter, following evidence-based practice in all nursing interventions shows a promising future in patient health.

After concluding the RN-to-BSN program, I plan to continue taking courses relevant to labor and delivery such as fetal heart monitoring, maternal and newborn care, neonate resuscitation program (NRP) as a way to reach my goal of becoming an labor and delivery nurse. In addition, in the future I would like to pursue my career into becoming a nurse midwife. Although, obstacles that may challenge this plan is starting a family. Therefore, I plan to work as a labor and delivery nurse for a couple years and return to school when my children start school. 

Comment2

Evidence-based practice (EBP) is the conscientious and judicious use of current best evidence in conjunction with clinical expertise and patient values to guide health care decisions. Best evidence includes empirical evidence from randomized controlled trials; evidence from other scientific methods such as descriptive and qualitative research; as well as use of information from case reports, scientific principles, and expert opinion. Clinicians and healthcare planners who want to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare services will find help in research evidence. To affect better patient outcomes, new knowledge must be transformed into clinically useful forms, effectively implemented across the entire care team within a systems context and measured in terms of meaningful impact on performance and health outcomes. The recently-articulated vision for the future of nursing in the Future of Nursing report from Institute of Medicine (IOM) focuses on the convergence of knowledge, quality, and new functions in nursing. The recommendation that nurses lead interprofessional teams in improving delivery systems and care brings to the fore the necessity for new competencies, beyond evidence-based practice (EBP), that are requisite as nurses transform healthcare. As nurse always strives to provide quality and efficient care to patients EBP which helps to incorporate new knowledge into practice is essential component of the practice of a BSN-prepared RN. Nurses often need to discard old process and incorporate new procedures in the light of new understandings. However, there are several barriers to the successful application of research evidence to health care.

Stranger from Another Planet

For this forum, I want you to pick one part of the female sexual or reproductive anatomy (internal or external) that you find particularly interesting/fascinating/enlightening. Pretend you have the job of explaining this part to a stranger from another planet who has no familiarity with human beings, much less our sexual anatomy. Using correct scientific terminology and proper writing style, I want you to include in your post the name of the part you picked and explain the following: 


1) Where it is (use details like internal/external; posterior (back)/anterior (front);

2) Relative Size (golf ball? Pear? Pencil Eraser?)

3) What is the analogous (comparable) part in a male’s body (for example, ovary<–>testicle)

4) Does it appear to have nerve endings and, if so, how many (approximate);

5) Name 2-3 functions of the part you picked (Reproductive? Pleasure? Protective? All of the above? You don’t have to use the options I just listed — I am just giving you ideas…)

6) What do YOU find particularly interesting/fascinating/enlightening about this part of a woman’s body? (Use intelligent, formal language, not slang or informal language).

7) Anything else you think your stranger from another planet should know about this part???

Keep in mind, your explanation should be accurate and thorough, but be written in an understandable way. Have fun!

Meeting with an Individual

I. Preparing for Your First Meeting with an Individual

Please read the scenario below and then answer the questions. After completing the questions,

please upload your responses to your professor.

Your supervisor lets you know that there has been a recent call from Sheila Jones, a 35-year-old

female, whose nephew was recently killed as a result of gang violence in the community. Ms.

Jones reports having difficulty eating and sleeping and is reaching out for help because she

doesn’t want to be a burden to the rest of her family. Ms. Jones was seen three years ago at this

agency for six months for issues with depression.

1. a. How would you use preparatory reviewing to prepare for your meeting with Ms.

Jones?

b. How would this be helpful?

c. What might be challenging?

2. a. How would you use preparatory exploring to prepare for your meeting with Ms. Jones?

b. How would this be helpful?

c. What might be challenging?

3. a. How would you use preparatory consulting to prepare for your meeting with Ms.

Jones?

b. How would this be helpful?

c. What might be challenging?

4. a. How would you use preparatory arranging to prepare for your meeting with Ms. Jones?

b. How would this be helpful?

c. What might be challenging?

nursing concept

i will pay bonus if you can supply me a turn it in report. 

Criteria for Content

  1. Introduction 

       The introduction substantively presents all the following elements: 

  • Identifies the role of concept analysis within theory development.
  • Identifies the selected nursing concept.
  • Identifies the nursing theory that addresses the selected concept.
  • Names the sections of the paper.
  • Scholarly support is required.
  1. Definition/Explanation of the selected nursing concept

This section includes:

  • Defines/explains the concept using scholarly literature (a  dictionary maybe used for this section ONLY, and additional scholarly  nursing references are required).
  • A substantive discussion of this section with support from nursing literature is required.
  1. Literature review

This section requires:

  • A substantive discussion of at least 3 (three) scholarly nursing literature sources on the selected concept.
  • Themes, ideas, and/or facts about the concept found in the reviewed sources are presented in an organized fashion.
  • Support from nursing literature is required. Please Note: Primary research articles about the selected nursing concept are the most useful resource for the literature review.
  1. Defining attributes, for this section: 
  • A minimum of THREE (3) attributes are required.
  • A substantive discussion of this section with support from nursing literature is required

Explanation:  An attribute identifies characteristics of a  concept.  For this situation, the characteristics of the selected  nursing concept are identified and discussed.

  1. Antecedent and Consequence

This section requires the identification of:

  • 1 antecedent of the selected nursing concept.
  • 1 consequence of the selected nursing concept.
  • A substantive discussion of the element with support from nursing literature is required.

Explanation:  An antecedent is an identifiable occurrence that  precedes an event.  In this situation, an antecedent precedes a  selected nursing concept. A consequence follows or is the result of an  event.  In this situation a consequence follows or is the result of the  selected nursing concept. 

  1. Empirical Referents

This section requires the identification of:

  • 2 (two) empirical referents of the selected nursing concept.
  • A substantive discussion of the element with support from nursing literature is required.

Explanation:  An empirical referent is an objective ways to measure or determine the presence of the selected nursing concept.

  1. Construct Cases 

Explanation: hypothetical or real-life situations demonstrating the use or absence of the concept.

This section requires the creation of a model case, borderline case, and contrary case.

  • 1 Model Case is created by the student and discussed substantively by demonstrating within the case each of the following areas: 
    • Definition
    • All identified attributes

Explanation:  A model case is an example of a hypothetical or  real-life situation that demonstrates all of the attributes noted  previously in this assignment.

  • 1 Borderline Case is created by the student in which one or two of the previously identified attributes are missing.
  • 1 Contrary Case is created by the student that  demonstrates the opposite of the selected nursing concepts. All  identified attributes of the concept are absent in this cas
  • Explanation:  Borderline case is a created case where one or two  of the previously identified attributes are missing. Contrary case is a  created case that demonstrate the complete opposite of the selected  nursing concept – all identified attributes are missing.
  1. Theoretical Applications of the Concept 
    • Discuss the purpose of a concept analysis in relationship to theory.
    • Explain how the concept applies to the selected nursing theory.
    • A substantive discussion of the element with support from nursing literature is required.
  2. Conclusion

This section requires:

  • Summarization of key information regarding: 
    • Selected nursing concept.
    • Selected nursing theory.
    • Application of concept analysis findings to advanced practice  nursing (specific to selected specialty track professional role and/or  area of practice).
  • The concluding statements include self-reflection on the new  knowledge gained from conducting a concept analysis. (Self-reflection  may be written in first-person.)