homework

homework

 

This week’s forum topic options will feature several visually-based items.  

Choose ONE item below to write about in your posting. Give you’re posting a title other than “Forum 5” so that readers know what you will be writing about in your posting. 

In your posting of 8-12 complete sentences, write in your own words about the following:

–What did you learn as a result of reading the item you chose?  

–How does the item you chose to write about communicate something about the human experience that a health professional should consider?  Is this item useful for teaching/learning?  Why or why not?

–About the item you chose–are there differences for you between reading something that is only words versus something that combines words and images?  Comment on what you think is one particularly significant image from the item you chose to write about in your posting.

the topic I have chosen is nurses use the link below and answer the questions above I need it in 12 hours.       “My Nurse” available at https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/doh/downloads/pdf/ms/nfp-comicbook.pdf 

homework

homework

 

This week’s forum topic options will feature several visually-based items.  

Choose ONE item below to write about in your posting. Give you’re posting a title other than “Forum 5” so that readers know what you will be writing about in your posting. 

In your posting of 8-12 complete sentences, write in your own words about the following:

–What did you learn as a result of reading the item you chose?  

–How does the item you chose to write about communicate something about the human experience that a health professional should consider?  Is this item useful for teaching/learning?  Why or why not?

–About the item you chose–are there differences for you between reading something that is only words versus something that combines words and images?  Comment on what you think is one particularly significant image from the item you chose to write about in your posting.

the topic I have chosen is nurses use the link below and answer the questions above I need it in 12 hours.       “My Nurse” available at https://www1.nyc.gov/assets/doh/downloads/pdf/ms/nfp-comicbook.pdf 

Nutrition controversy

Nutrition controversy

overview of the nutrition controversy, a description of pro and con findings

Some examples of nutrition controversy topics you may choose include:

Low fat diet and weight loss

High fat diets and athletic performance

Fat intake and heart disease

Fat intake and cancer

Coconut oil and heart disease

High carbohydrate diets and weight loss

High carbohydrate diets and athletic performance

High protein diets and weight loss

High protein diets and athletic performance

Amino acid supplements and athletic performance or body building/ muscle mass

Creatine supplements and athletic performance or body building/ muscle mass

Chromium supplements and athletic performance or body building/ muscle mass

Gluten free diet and weight loss

Gluten free diet and autism

Calcium intake and weight loss

Soy and cancer

Soy and heart disease

Soy and bone disease

Soy and weight loss

Fiber and cancer

Fiber and heart disease

Fiber and weight loss

Vitamin D and immune function or autoimmune disease

Vitamin D and depression

Omega – 3 fatty acids and immune function or autoimmune disease

Omega – 3 fatty acids and depression

Omega- 3 fatty acids and heart disease

Vitamin C intake and colds

Genetically modified foods are they safe

These are just some ideas, There are many so feel free to investigate one you are interested in even if it is not on the list.  You just need to be sure it has to do with nutrition/ diets and/ or a nutrient and human health.  

Homework

Homework

 

Before you write your posting this week, establish three things that you expect a website to contain when you are using that website to find information for academic or professional purposes.

Then investigate something that relates to a specific non-political issue or question that you might encounter in your chosen health profession, such as needing to work long shifts, dealing with a patient’s death, communicating appropriately and respectfully with patients/clients from diverse cultural groups, communicating with patients or coworkers who are difficult to reach, bridging a generation gap when interacting with a patient or coworker who is significantly older than you, etc.  If you are unsure as to whether the issue you would like to write about is appropriate for class, please email the instructor to check well in advance of the posting deadline.

Carefully read two or more websites (no Wikipedia, please) about the issue you have chosen to investigate.  The first “hit” on a web search might not be the most worthwhile website.  Which website do you find has all or most of the things you were looking for regarding academic/professional information?

In your posting of 8-12 complete sentences, first, write about the issue/question you chose to investigate.  Why is that important to you?  Then list the things (criteria) you expected to find in a useful website.  Mention the best website (no Wikipedia, please) that you found using the correct format provided above.  In your own words, summarize in one sentence what the most useful thing was that you learned as a result of reading the website.  Please do not quote directly from the website–summarize in your own words.  End by telling one thing that you would like to know more about that relates to the issue/question that you investigated.

Article Analysis

Article Analysis

First, read a news story from the newspaper or the Internet.  Answer the following questions regarding your news story: 1) What is the main issue, who are the main actors being discussed;  

Second, read all the articles and watch all the videos assigned in this module.  Answer the following questions regarding one of the assigned articles or videos: 1) What are the basics of this article/video (who, what, when, how, why, etc.);  2) What is the overall main point the author is trying to convince you of?  3) Do you agree with the author’s argument?  Why?  Why not?   

Finally, tie together your news story with what you learned from the assigned article and videos for this week.  Type your answers using your own words, no outline or bullets, complete sentences and paragraphs, single-spaced, full-page. 

sci256

sci256

last minute project i have two hours to complete.

 

Assignment Content

  1. A local middle school science teacher is teaching students how information collected about the health of the environment can be used to positively change human behavior. The class wants to learn about a local environmental challenge and if there are any related local regulations or policies. They also want to know how they, individually, can make a difference. As a member of the community and a person interested in environmental science, you have volunteered to create a video presentation to share with the middle school science students to help. Keep in mind that middle school students are typically in grades 6–8 and are 11–14 years old. Your presentation must be comprehensive and at the appropriate level for your audience to understand.

    Consult the following resources to create a video:

    1. Identify a local environmental challenge.
    2. Summarize the local environmental challenge. Support your summary with at least 2 sources from the University Library, reputable environmental groups, or government websites.
    3. Explain why this challenge is relevant to the middle school class. Remember that while it is important to be honest with children about the realities of the health of the environment, be sure not to scare them. Focus on why it should be important to them, and that they can take action to help.
    4. Identify any local regulations or policies that have been created in response to this challenge. Remember, the purpose of this presentation is to help the students think about how they can change their behavior, not to teach them about regulations. Only mention the regulations so that students can understand how society has used regulations to change behavior. Do not spend too much time explaining details of the regulations to the students.
    5. Recommend 3 sustainable actions the middle school students can do in response to this challenge to help.
    6. Submit your assignment.

      Resources

science powerpoint 2

science powerpoint 2

 

  • Details and background on a limited/focused/local environmental issue or problem
  • Two solutions to the problem – fully explained
  • At least 4 costs and 4 benefits associated with the solution 1 – explain each cost/benefit
  • At least 4 costs and 4 benefits associated with the solution 2 – explain each cost and benefit
  • A recommendation of the best solution, based on your analysis of the costs and benefits – incorporate the costs and benefits to argue for the best solution – be absolutely clear if solution one or solution two was recommended

Be sure to not make your topic too broad. It should cover a specific town or area, not the entire world or a country, but does not have to be the particular town or area where you live. Please stay away from global issues.

As an example, runoff from a coal mine may be contaminating the groundwater of a nearby town. A solution to abating the contaminated groundwater could be to shut down the coal mine but at the cost of everyone losing their jobs. A benefit to this solution could be clean drinking water for the community. Notice that the topic is not all coal mines but rather this one very specific coal mine. Identify the location when presenting the introduction and explaining the problem.

There are a host of other costs and benefits associated with the solution to the above example. There are also many alternatives for solutions, none of which would make everyone happy. It is your job to find these costs and benefits for whatever solutions you choose. Do so through reading, watching, and summarizing your findings. You need research to support each cost and benefit. Then, analyze each solution’s costs and benefits to determine which is the best solution. Remember when considering costs and benefits, they go far beyond dollar values (e.g., loss or gain of jobs, land use, recreation, convenience, public health, habitat loss or gain, pollution).

Include a slide with the title of your presentation, then 1-2 introduction slides describing the environmental problem in detail. The main body of the presentation should describe the solutions and the costs/benefits of the proposed solution and give recommendations based on the cost/benefit analysis. Be sure to use APA style citations and include a reference slide.

A PowerPoint presentation is really just an outline (with topics, subtopics, and bulleted statements), so it only contains the main points (just like you make an outline when writing a research paper). If you have never used PowerPoint or Goggle Slides, there are many tutorials on the internet that explain how to create a presentation. It is better to have a detailed, well-organized, well-written presentation than a lengthy one that rambles off of the topic.

Science powerpoint

Science powerpoint

 

  • Details and background on a limited/focused/local environmental issue or problem
  • Two solutions to the problem – fully explained
  • At least 4 costs and 4 benefits are associated with the solution 1 – explain each cost/benefit
  • At least 4 costs and 4 benefits are associated with the solution 2 – explain each cost and benefit
  • A recommendation of the best solution, based on your analysis of the costs and benefits – incorporate the costs and benefits to argue for the best solution – be absolutely clear if solution one or solution two was recommended

Be sure to not make your topic too broad. It should cover a specific town or area, not the entire world or a country, but does not have to be the particular town or area where you live. Please stay away from global issues.

As an example, runoff from a coal mine may be contaminating the groundwater of a nearby town. A solution to abating the contaminated groundwater could be to shut down the coal mine but at the cost of everyone losing their jobs. A benefit to this solution could be clean drinking water for the community. Notice that the topic is not all coal mines but rather this one very specific coal mine. Identify the location when presenting the introduction and explaining the problem.

There are a host of other costs and benefits associated with the solution to the above example. There are also many alternatives for solutions, none of which would make everyone happy. It is your job to find these costs and benefits for whatever solutions you choose. Do so through reading, watching, and summarizing your findings. You need research to support each cost and benefit. Then, analyze each solution’s costs and benefits to determine which is the best solution. Remember when considering costs and benefits, they go far beyond dollar values (e.g., loss or gain of jobs, land use, recreation, convenience, public health, habitat loss or gain, pollution).

Include a slide with the title of your presentation, then 1-2 introduction slides describing the environmental problem in detail. The main body of the presentation should describe the solutions and the costs/benefits of the proposed solution and give recommendations based on the cost/benefit analysis. Be sure to use APA style citations and include a reference slide.

A PowerPoint presentation is really just an outline (with topics, subtopics, and bulleted statements), so it only contains the main points (just like you make an outline when writing a research paper). If you have never used PowerPoint or Goggle Slides, there are many tutorials on the internet that explain how to create a presentation. It is better to have a detailed, well-organized, well-written presentation than a lengthy one that rambles off of the topic.

homework help

homework help

 

This week, you will begin by conducting research on two (2) health care administration positions you are interested in and answer the following questions using Careeronestop.org. Careeronestop.org is a site created by the U.S. Department of Labor that will allow you to dig deeper into a variety of health care positions. For more information about searching for positions, view the tutorial below.

  • Give a description of the job and typical job duties.
  • What type of health care setting would this person work in (e.g., hospital, retirement home, insurance company)?
  • What skills are needed to be successful in this position?
  • What qualities are needed to succeed in this position?
  • What certifications and education are needed for this position?
  • What technology knowledge is needed for this position?
  • How many years’ experience is required for this position?
  • What is the typical salary for this position?

Part 2

To answer the questions below, you will need to first review three (3) advertised job descriptions you most likely want based on your research—using a job board, such as this one—for a position that you could realistically get after you graduate with your current level of experience, skills, and education. These jobs do not have to be in your geographic area, but make sure the descriptions are detailed enough to understand the requirements (e.g., provide job duties and qualifications) and that they match your current level of experience. Have these job descriptions in front of you as you answer the questions below. For more information about searching for jobs, view the tutorial below.

  • Name the three (3) titles you found on this Web site.
  • What skills do you possess that are needed to be successful in each position, and what skills do you need to develop?
  • How can you develop the skills that you do not currently possess?
  • Do you have the work experience needed for each position? If not, what can you do to gain this experience while obtaining your degree?

Part 3

Lastly, you will choose a health care organization to study over the course of the term. You may select any health care facility you wish (e.g., long-term care, hospital, home care, ambulatory surgery, physician practice, etc.). Once you have chosen your facility, examine its organizational structure. Identify and discuss the following characteristics of your organization:

  • What is the mission statement of this organization?
  • What patient population does this organization serve?
  • What interests you about this particular organization?
  • What skills and experience do you feel you can contribute to the success of this organization?

Note: Use APA style to cite at least 2 scholarly sources.

video submission assignment

video submission assignment

  

Video Submission Assignment 1 

Fundamentals:  

· Send signed consent form by patient volunteer to Instructor.  

· Have patient dress in appropriate lab attire (tank top an shorts).  

· Do not include patient’s name or identity in video. 

· Attempt not to include patient face in video. 

· Dress in professional work place attire such as scrubs/ or polo with khakis.  

· Must wash your hands before and after treatment 

Equipment needed:  

· Patient 

· Plinth or flat firm surface 

· Towels/ sheets for draping as needed 

· Treatment intervention tools: (such as KT tape, percussion tool, etc.) 

Instructions:  

· Create a Presentation video using link provided in announcements (Screen-O-Matic)

· Provide screen cast and text information within this submission with all key points of discussion. 

· Video should be, no more than 4 minutes long, based on intervention of your choice covered during weeks 1 and 2 according to their respective class (therapeutic modality / manual skill) 

· You must explain the rationale of intervention, demonstrate proficiency with this skill, and provide indications of use, contraindications and method to the chosen skill.  

· Review all rubrics for grading criteria prior so that you are fully aware of what is expected with this assignment.  

SEE EXAMPLE:

https://youtu.be/v2xYUxXrjxk 

Submit by May 29, 2022 – 11:30pm