Respond the following questions. The responses should be approximately 3/4 of a

Respond the following questions. The responses should be
approximately 3/4 of a page to 1 page for each response
Question #1
•Are living organ donations ethical?
•Should organ donors be compensated similarly to those who
donate plasma or reproductive material?
•Which patient should be the priority when an organ becomes
available: the sickest and the ones suffering the most, or the healthiest and
the most likely to survive, or the one who has been waiting the longest?
•Who should receive the limited supply of transplantable
organs?
Question #2
Select two of the following mental disorders and discuss any
potential stigmas associated with it, possible signs and symptoms of illness,
treatment options and a few interesting facts.
•Alzheimer’s disease, a mental disorder marked by
alterations in thinking, especially forgetting
•Bipolar disorder
•Borderline personality disorder
•Major depression, a mental disorder largely marked by
alterations in mood
•Obsessive compulsive disorder
•Panic disorder
•Posttraumatic stress disorder
•Schizophrenia
•ADHD and ADD are considered to be within the definition of
mental illness

810 – Assignment 6: Submit your abstract that you started to work on in Module 5

810 – Assignment 6:
Submit your abstract that you started to work on in Module 5. Follow the directions below to submit your work:
Complete the sample abstract submission materials for a national conference as if you were going to submit your scholarly work for a poster/paper presentation. Follow the Southern Nursing Research Society (SNRS) Abstract Submissions packet at snrs_abstract_guidelines_2022_2.pdf. Following their directions for structuring your abstract. Your work should be appropriately supported by evidence-based sources. Follow the APA 7th edition guidelines when formulating your abstract to include level headings.
Module Description
The nature of “evidence” can be broad, but perhaps the most prevalent evidence comes from quantitative research studies. Quantitative research designs include a number of strategies and resources. Anytime you are assessing the merits of quantitative studies or other evidence, your critique will include a number of items. Although you will be looking at all of those items, it is important to pay particular attention to the sample in your critique. The studies you will be considering in this module should include a sample of subjects whose data are derived from tools that produce standardized results. For example, the quizzes in this course produce quantitative (i.e. counted and measured) data in the form of test scores that can be manipulated using statistical tests like means, t-tests, and ANOVA. Some consider quantitative data, in such standardized measures, more valuable for evidence, but the nature of the problem or topic to be addressed in practice must also be considered.
Objectives
Upon the completion of this module, you will be able to:
Critique a quantitative research study using a standard format.
Explain the critical components for evaluation of evidence.
Apply a standardized approach to research evaluation for a selected topic.
Learning Materials
Read Chapters 8, 11 and 12 in your Mateo & Foreman course text.
Chapter 8: Quantitative Research Designs for Nursing Practice
Chapter 11 Designing Questionnaires and Data Collection Forms
Chapter 12: Physiological Data Collection Methods
Visit the following websites:
Visit this resource: Blakstad, O. (2020). Research Designs. Review the information about Types of Research Designs.
The Centre for Evidence-Based Medicine (CEBM) promotes and teaches the principles of evidence-based health care.
CEBM’s EBM PowerPoint Presentations.
CEBM’s CATmaker.
The Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (CRD) maintains a large database of research about the effect of health care interventions and provides training on the conduct of systematic reviews.
Centre for Reviews and Dissemination (2009). Systematic reviews: CRD’s guidance for undertaking reviews in healthcare
Preplan: Visit the IBM SPSS web site to review information about the IBM SPSS Statistics software. You will use this software to perform statistical operations for an assignment in Module 8.
Find out how to obtain a free trial of the software.
SPSS trial period is only for 14 days so be sure to wait until you are ready to complete the assignment before downloading the software.
Review the SPSS software to learn how to perform statistical operations for future use.
You may review these SPSS training videos on Youtube-
Tutorial: Introduction to SPSS
SPSS for Beginners 1: Introduction
SPSS for Beginners 2: Frequency Counts and Descriptive Statistics

For this assignment, create a PowerPoint presentation (5-7 slides) on employee c

For this assignment, create a PowerPoint presentation (5-7 slides) on employee codes of conduct using information from your textbook and at least two other scholarly sources. Record a video in which you use your PowerPoint presentation to address the following:
First, research employee codes of ethics, especially for the medical field. Find some examples of employee codes of ethics from medical facilities and choose the one from the facility you feel is the best. Please note the facility and the code of ethics you are choosing.
Next, discuss why you chose that particular code of ethics as the best example (e.g., What topics does it cover? Why are these important? How does it word information?).
Also, discuss the items of ethical concern in a medical setting that were not covered at all or that were not covered well in the document.
Finally, present a plan of action for educating your staff on a new employee code of ethics. Remember that we now live in a world of entertainment where an old-fashioned lecture and PowerPoint presentation will cause every employee to block you out after a very short amount of time. Such critical information needs to be heard and understood—and as an administrator, you have to be able to accomplish that task.
Your PowerPoint presentation should be 5-7 slides and your video should be 5-10 minutes long.
The APA format for the textbook is as follows:
Reference: Pozgar, G. D. (2016). Legal and ethical issues for health professionals (4th ed.). Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.

I need to respond to a classmates post on a discussion post. Please respond to t

I need to respond to a classmates post on a discussion post. Please respond to their response, and please refer to the guidlines below. Thanks!
Christine Stefan
RE: Discussion Week 13
Pick one stage of labor and describe what happens.
Professor,
Labor
is considered a positive feedback loop, meaning the effects are
exacerbated and increased. The stretching of the cervix induces labor,
triggers the uterine body to contract, pushing the fetus through the
birth canal, that stretches the cervix further, increases contractions,
neuroendocrine reflex is induced through the spinal cord, hypothalamus,
and posterior pituitary. Oxytocin is released by the posterior
pituitary, stimulates uterine muscles through prostaglandin and
oxytocin. This process continues until the birth of the fetus and
expulsion of the placenta.
There
are three stages of labor, dilation, expulsion, and placental stage.
Dilation is the first and longest stage of labor. This stage lasts
anywhere from eight to twenty-four hours. The cervix dilates to ten
centimeters and thins. Thinning of the cervix is called effacement. The
fetal membrane ruptures and amniotic fluid is lost. Also known as
“breaking of the waters”. In first babies, known as primipara it can
take up to twenty-four hours for the cervix to dilate to ten
centimeters, while multipara vaginal births can take as little as a few
minutes.
Most
times labor is spontaneous, however there are times that labor must be
induced. Methods used to induce labor include membrane stripping,
amniotomy, cervical ripening with prostaglandins and intravenous
oxytocin. Labor is said to begin when contractions are three to five
minutes apart, regular, and consistent.
Dilation
is divided into two phases, the latent phase, and the active phase. In
the latent phase the cervix dilates from zero to six centimeters. In the
active phase the cervix dilates from six to ten centimeters. Effacement
is the length of the cervix from anterior to posterior plane. When the
cervix has thinned completely it is considered 100 percent effaced. The
position of the fetus in the maternal pelvis is called station of the
fetus.
While
in the dilation stage of labor the mother can become uncomfortable. The
following techniques can assist the mother in being more comfortable,
breathing and relaxation techniques should be used. The mother can also
take a warm bath, unless her water has broken, take a walk, change
positions, have a gentle massage, or roll on an exercise ball.
The Discussion Board Guidelines are below. Be sure to read the
rubric. Please check this! It’s our way of telling you how to best
succeed. For now, use the info below to guide you.
Post your answer on a specific topic to one of the questions. This is due by Wednesday night.
You then need to respond to a classmate. Your response needs to be made
on a dffierent day than the answer to the question. Therefore, your posts needs to be made on 2 different days of the week. You will not receive full credit if you post both comment to your classmates and answer my questions on the same day.
Here are some key phrases from the AP DB rubric about high quality posts:
“indicate your mastery of the materials”
“integrate multiple views”
“present a seed for reflection”
“provide evidence that you are reading, comprehending… the assigned materials and other student postings
“giving thoughtful consideration to the assigned materials and other student postings”
“able to analyze them [the facts] and handle conceptual ideas”
Be sure to either repeat the question to which you are
responding or to include mention of the topic of the question in the
first sentence of your post. This allows others to orient themselves to
your response. Also, as you are answering the question, please address
the person you are answer. For instance, when answering one of the
question sets, address your answer to the instructor (and your class).
When you are posting a comment to your classmates, include your
classmates name in your post so that they will know you are providing
more information about their topic. This will also help me to determine
whether you are answering one of the questions in the question set, or
making a comment to your classmates postings.
Important! Remember to read all new posts before submitting your answers. Repeated
answers/topics will not count as a post. It is best to make a list of
the topics as you are reading each other’s posts so that you are not
repeating posts when you submit your answers.
Your posts should be a paragraph in length (minimum of 300 words).
This does not include the question, quoted material,
in-text/end-of-text citations, or statements that say “I agree, great
job, I learned a lot or similar language” when commenting on your
classmates posts. Short posts will not receive full credit. The
discussions can incorporate material from the book as well as outside
sources. When copying material for the text or outside sources (make
sure it is in quotation marks), it does not count as part of the minimum
length.
Remember that, in addition to your post answering one of my questions, you must respond to at least one other student’s post by the same set of guidelines.
When responding to someone’s post, remember to do more than just
say: “ I agree” or “that’s great.” Extend the discussion by bringing
in a different example, asking a question, providing additional details,
disorders, diseases, debating, and/or connecting their response to a
question you chose to answer.
Keep in mind that in science we seldom use quotations. The best way to determine if you understand something is to explain it to someone else in your own words.
All posts will be run through SafeAssign/TurnItIn, which is
plagiarism detection software, per department regulations. You cannot
reuse previous posts you have written from a prior semester. Evidence of
plagiarism will result in a zero for the assignment. Repeated
violations result in referral to the Academic Integrity committee.
Be sure to cite the source of your information when posting. Your citations can be at the end of your post. In-text citations do not count towards your word length.
This is necessary even if you are not directly quoting
someone. You must provide a reference for any idea that is not your
own, and for any information that is not common knowledge, even if you
have put them in your own words.
Some internet resources are not acceptable. These include any web address that includes about.com, answers.com, wisegeek.com or Wikipedia.org anywhere
in the URL. I will make a comment in your posts if the citation is
unacceptable. Repeated uses from the same website will result in point
deductions.
If you use a source other than your text, be sure to include
the entire reference. If it is a website, when I click on the link, it
should bring me to the exact page in which you obtained the
information. You can do this by copying the entire http:// line.
To help keep track of your sources, it helps to have a word
file open while doing your research. Copy the URL and title of the page
as you type notes. (This can also help with grammar and spelling if
you use Word’s built-in checker.).
Spell-check your posts! You can spell check your posts easily within the DB reply window.
Read ALL the posts for the week, not just your own. The DB is
meant to be a true class discussion, not simply something to check off
your list for the week. The DB questions are a bit like review
questions you might be given to answer before an exam. The benefit here
is that you are working together to answer them! Our little learning
community will sink or float based on how well we all paddle.
I know this is a long set of guidelines. But following it will
ensure that you receive a good grade for your discussion posts. The
discussion board makes up 10% of your overall course grade.

Write a 650-1300 word response to the following questions: Explain multicultura

Write a 650-1300 word response to the following questions:
Explain multicultural communication and its origins.
Compare and contrast culture, ethnicity, and acculturation.
Explain how cultural and religious differences affect the health care professional and the issues that can arise in cross-cultural communications.
Discuss family culture and its effect on patient education.
List some approaches the health care professional can use to address religious and cultural diversity.
List the types of illiteracy.
Discuss illiteracy as a disability.
Give examples of some myths about illiteracy.
Explain how to assess literacy skills and evaluate written material for readability.
Identify ways a health care professional may establish effective communication.
Suggest ways the health care professional can help a patient remember instructions.

If you go over 2 pages it is fine, I will pay for it. The assignment doesn’t hav

If you go over 2 pages it is fine, I will pay for it. The assignment doesn’t have a specific length, just fit in all criteria.
Attached is a sample assignment, the previous assessment please read to keep that topic, and guided questions. Follow grading criteria distinguished and use the specific journal site listed.
Write a letter to the editor of an academic or professional journal. The length and format of the letter is dictated by your choice of journal from

Ultimate List of Nursing Journals


Introduction
Note: Each assessment in this course builds on the work you completed in the previous assessment. Therefore, you must complete the assessments in this course in the order in which they are presented.
Advocating for new policies is an important aspect of the master’s-prepared nurse. For new policies to be compelling they need to be supported by evidence. Supporting data can be used to illustrate why new policies and interventions are needed to help address a specific health issue. Compelling data can help sway the stakeholders and gain support for your policy.
Another aspect of advocacy is disseminating new policies and interventions outside of the immediate care environment. This can be done by reaching out to professional organizations as well as academic and professional journals. A letter to the editor is one strategy for disseminating information to a wider audience, and to potentially enlist support throughout the wider professional community.
Preparations
As you prepare to complete this assessment, you may want to think about other related issues to deepen your understanding or broaden your viewpoint. You are encouraged to consider the questions below and discuss them with a fellow learner, a work associate, an interested friend, or a member of your professional community. Note that these questions are for your own development and exploration and do not need to be completed or submitted as part of your assessment.
• Looking at your health care issue from a prevention standpoint, what are the relevant levels of prevention?
• What would be the benefits and challenges of applying a specific level of prevention to your chosen issue and population?
• How might one or more approaches to prevention improve the care and outcomes?
• How could your policy be leveraged, or revised, to support the relevant levels of prevention?
• What are relevant strategies that you could use to help advocate for the policy you are proposing?
• How could these strategies help you advocate for your policy proposal?
• How does evidence from the literature support the benefits of your proposed policy?
• How does citing evidence help lend credibility to your advocacy?
• What academic or professional journal would be the best forum to advocate for your policy?
• Why is your chosen journal an appropriate forum?
• Which advocacy strategies would be most effective in this forum?
• How will you craft your message to best appeal to the likely audience of your chosen journal?
Assessment 3 will build upon the work you have done for your previous two assessments. For this assessment, you will be writing a letter to the editor of an academic or professional journal as a means to advocate for adoption or development of policies that will improve the quality of care and outcomes around your chosen health care issue and vulnerable population. Refer to the resource listed below.
• Guiding Questions: Letter to the Editor: Population Health Policy Advocacy [DOC].
Scenario
Throughout this course, you have focused on a specific health issue occurring within a specific population. You researched position papers regarding this health concern, and you developed a health policy proposal to positively impact the health of the affected individuals. It is now time to reach a greater audience regarding your policy proposal.
Instructions
Develop a letter to the editor of a peer-reviewed academic or professional nursing journal based on the policy proposal that you created for Assessment 2. Choose from one of the journals on the Ultimate List of Nursing Journals and go to that journal’s Web site to find out the requirements for submitting a letter to the editor, such as format requirements, topics, and word counts. Make sure you select a nursing journal that covers the topic about which you are going to write. If you want to use another journal that is not on this list, please make sure the journal does address health care, because this is the purpose of the assessment.
The goal of your letter is to be informative about the policy that you developed for Assessment 2, while also being persuasive about the need for and benefit of similar policies in other health care settings. The bullet points below correspond to the grading criteria in the scoring guide. Be sure that your submission addresses all of them. You may also want to read the Letter to the Editor: Population Health Policy Advocacy Scoring Guide and Guiding Questions: Letter to the Editor: Population Health Policy Advocacy [DOC] document to better understand how each grading criterion will be assessed.
• Evaluate the current state of the quality of care and outcomes for a specific issue in a target population.
• Look back to the data or scenario you used in Assessment 1 to address this criterion.
• Analyze how the current state of the quality of care and outcomes for a specific issue in a target population necessitates health policy development and advocacy.
• Justify why a developed policy will be vital in improving the quality of care and outcomes for a specific issue in a target population.
• Advocate for policy development in other care settings with regard to a specific issue in a target population.
• Analyze the ways in which interprofessional aspects of a developed policy will support efficient and effective achievement of desired outcomes for the target population.
• Communicate in a professional and persuasive manner, writing content clearly and logically with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
• Integrate relevant sources to support assertions, correctly formatting citations and references using current APA style (or the journal’s preferred style).
Example Assessment: You may use the assessment example, linked in the Assessment Example section of the Resources, to give you an idea of what a Proficient or higher rating on the scoring guide would look like.
Additional Requirements
The submission requirements for your editorial will depend on the journal you choose. To find out the requirements, go to the journal’s Web site. There should be a section regarding submissions that will address how to format letters to the editor, and whether there is a word count limit (there usually is a limit).
• If the journal does not have submission guidelines for the number of resources required, use 3-5 sources.
• To be sure that your instructor knows the submission and formatting requirements for your letter, include the journal’s guidelines on a separate page at the end of the document you submit for this assessment.
Competencies Measured
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
• Competency 1: Design evidence-based advanced nursing care for achieving high-quality population outcomes.
• Evaluate the current state of the quality of care and outcomes for a specific issue in a target population.
• Justify why a developed policy will be vital in improving the quality of care and outcomes for a specific issue in a target population.
• Competency 2: Evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of interprofessional interventions in achieving desired population health outcomes.
• Analyze the ways in which interprofessional aspects of a developed policy will support efficient and effective achievement of desired outcomes for the target population.
• Competency 3: Analyze population health outcomes in terms of their implications for health policy advocacy.
• Analyze how the current state of the quality of care and outcomes for a specific issue in a target population necessitates health policy development and advocacy.
• Advocate for policy development in other care settings with regard to a specific issue in a target population.
• Competency 4: Communicate effectively with diverse audiences, in an appropriate form and style, consistent with organizational, professional, and scholarly standards.
• Communicate in a professional and persuasive manner, writing content clearly and logically with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
• Integrate relevant sources to support assertions, correctly formatting citations and references using APA style

Workplace violence and its effect on burnout or Job satisfaction to write: Intro

Workplace
violence and its effect on burnout or Job satisfaction to write:
Introduction))
(Literature Review)
(Objective)
(Materials
and Methods)
(Results)
(Discussion)
(Conclusion)
(Recommendation
(References)
(Appendix)
:during writing try please to answer this questions
?What are the various types of workplace
violence in various health care institutions
?What are the major risk factors of
workplace aggression in health care institutions
?What are the effects of workplace violence
on a health care worker’s job satisfaction and burnout
?How can we avoid
workplace violence and deal with it
Note: My research method will be systemic review

ONLY USE CITATIONS I PROVIDED- ALL CITATIONS WILL BE ATTACHED (CHOOSE 3) FOLLOW

ONLY USE CITATIONS I PROVIDED- ALL CITATIONS WILL BE ATTACHED (CHOOSE 3)
FOLLOW RUBRIC EXACTLY
PLEASE ADD A TABLE OF EVIDENCE (TOE)
I WILL HAVE SOME WORK ALREADY WRITTEN, PLEASE DO NOT REWRITE IT
CONTACT ME FOR ANY QUESTIONS- I WILL BE ONLINE ALL NIGHT
________________________________________________________________________________________
DIRECTIONS-
Review and Summarize the Literature (30 points total)
Complete the Table of Evidence (TOE) (60 points)
Formulate a Research Question, and Hypotheses (10 points)
Identify the Variables (15 points)
Total = 115 points
For Part 3 of the Application assignment you will use at least 3 of the research articles you submitted for Part 2 that were approved by your professor. To complete this assignment you will be meeting this course outcome:
IMPORTANT!!!!!
Use a minimum of 3 peer-reviewed research articles on your topic and approved by the professor.
Critically appraise the study quality and findings of the selected articles.
Submit a 2-5 page paper that includes the following:
Begin with the Part 1 assignment. If you were advised to make corrections to that document, include those revisions in the Part 2 submission.
For the Review of Literature, summarize information about each article using the RNRS327 Table of Evidence (TOE) download Sample of Application of the Research Process – all parts.pdf download
Add the completed TOE as an Appendix to your paper. (see sample TOE) download
Write a summary of your literature review. Explain how the articles address your research problem and purpose. Explain the gaps you found in the literature.
Using a new heading in your paper, present your research question and hypotheses.
Using a new heading, present the Independent, Dependent and Extraneous variables of your propose study.
Reference page should include all selected articles and any references from Part 1.
Use all APA guidelines (including cover page, header, references, double-spaced, etc.).
Saveyour work using the following naming convention:
“LastNameFirstInitial_AssignmentName.docx” (e.g. BowdenV Part 3.docx)
Submit your assignment as an attachment.
Submit the TOE as a separate attachment
Submit your research articles as separate attachments.

Read Case #17 – “Bugs Everywhere” then answer the following questions: What happ

Read Case #17 – “Bugs Everywhere” then answer the following questions:
What happens if metrics are not tracked on bug identification and bug fixes?
Imagine the following scenario: A tester creates a new bug report for a problem that was already identified as a bug; however, it is not detected as a duplicate. What happens to the project? This is a particularly common issue with large, complex system development efforts. How can you mitigate the problem of different users reporting the same bug or problem about the system?