you remember from BIOS251, one of the fundamental principles of Anatomy and Phys

you remember from BIOS251, one of the fundamental principles of Anatomy and Physiology is the interdependence of all body systems and how the proper function of one system is intimately tied to the proper function of other organ systems, and ultimately the overall homeostasis of the human body.
For the Week 8 discussion of BIOS256, I would like you to go back in time. Think back to previous sessions and consider the various organs and organ systems that were discussed in BIOS251, BIOS252, and BIOS255. Choose one of the following organs or organ systems:
Integumentary system
Skeletal system
Joints
Muscular system
Nervous system
Special senses
Endocrine system
Blood and hemodynamics
Cardiovascular system
Immune system
Respiratory system
After you have chosen one of the above organs or organ systems, discuss how it is intricately connected to any of the major topics that were covered this session in BIOS256. How are these systems integrated? How do they work together to contribute to the overall homeostasis of the human body?
For example, in week 1 and 2 we discussed the digestive system, and the importance of intrinsic factor to red blood cell production. One approach would be to discuss the connection between dietary absorption of intrinsic factor, its relationship to vitamin B12, and the maintenance of a healthy hemato

Regardless of political affiliation, individuals often grow concerned when consi

Regardless of political affiliation, individuals often grow concerned when considering perceived competing interests of government and their impact on topics of interest to them. The realm of healthcare is no different. Some people feel that local, state, and federal policies and legislation can be either helped or hindered by interests other than the benefit to society.
Consider for example that the number one job of a legislator is to be reelected. Cost can be measured in votes as well as dollars. Thus, it is important to consider the legislator’s perspective on either promoting or not promoting a certain initiative in the political landscape.
To Prepare:
Review the Resources and reflect on efforts to repeal/replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Consider who benefits the most when policy is developed and in the context of policy implementation.
Post an explanation for how you think the cost-benefit analysis in terms of legislators being reelected affected efforts to repeal/replace the ACA. Then, explain how analyses of the voters views may affect decisions by legislative leaders in recommending or positioning national policies (e.g., Congress’ decisions impacting Medicare or Medicaid). Remember, the number one job of a legislator is to be re-elected. Please check your discussion grading rubric to ensure your responses meet the criteria.

Project In 2014 there was a major outbreak of Ebola in western Africa.  Healthca

Project
In 2014 there was a major outbreak of Ebola in western Africa.  Healthcare workers from around the world responded and were subsequently  exposed, some losing their life to the disease.  There was widespread  concern from home countries about the possible spread of this disease  out of the quarantined area and globally.  Such epidemics are a health  thread that stretches well beyond the initial outbreak site. This has  occurred also with SARS, Bird Flu, and MERS.  With the easy and speed of  global transportation, it has increased the likelihood of an outbreak  spreading even before it has been established that it is a threat.  In  addition to infectious disease threats, there are other emergencies that  threaten the health of a community, state, or country such as natural  disasters, bioterrorism, chemical emergencies, blast injuries, radiation  emergencies, etc). This means that countries and local communities must  be prepared to protect the health of the citizens.
You will assume the role of a new healthcare worker for the CDC. You  will investigate the risks, needs, resources, and services that would be  needed in the case of a widespread outbreak in a community of your  choice.  This will include:
assessing the community
determining the possible risks and weak points in the health system
determining the current and needed resources and services
developing a plan of action in the event of an outbreak or emergency either from within the country or from a global source.
You will have one deliverable.  A oral report (powerpoint) given to  the local community leaders, that addresses the points above.
DISCUSSION E
Discussion E
Welcome to the discussion. In this course you will be introduced to a  topic in the discussion. The first week of the module you will write  about your initial thoughts after reviewing the resources. The initial  post should be at least 300 words.
During the following week you will reply to at least two of your  classmates. The replies should be at least 100 words. See the discussion  rubric for more details on grading.
Discussions should always be completed prior to “class.” If you  are in an online class or an on ground course this is prior to the  lesson portion of the week. Are you ready to begin?
Review the case: https://www.cdc.gov/os/integrity/phethics/docs/Medical-Countermeasures-Case.pdff
Question 4 in the scenario asks what you do when you are forced to  shift your allocation method in process, and you have people lined up  outside waiting.  Well, what would you do?

What challenges may occur with collaboration? Give an example of the importance

What challenges may occur with collaboration? Give an example of the importance of interprofessional teamwork.
Be sure to apply concepts from the readings and research. You must cite (with reference) at least one source: your textbook, scholarly resources, or ATI textbook (no blogs, Wiki, or other school of nursing website) in current APA Style.
No title page needed
One full page typed and double spaced is equivalent to 250 words (your minimum required)

An 11-month-old girl, well-known to your clinic since birth, arrives for a well-

An 11-month-old girl, well-known to your clinic since birth, arrives for a well-child visit. The parents report that their baby drags her legs rather than crawling on both hands and legs. They are concerned that this is abnormal. The father says that the child only recently began crawling and she does not pull to a stand. You noted at her 6-month visit that she was not rolling over or sitting; previous visits were unremarkable as was the mother’s pregnancy and vaginal delivery. While examining the baby, you note that when she is held by the axillae her legs are extended and crossed (i.e. the “scissoring” posture).
What is the most likely diagnosis? Why?
What would be three differentials in this case? Why?
What developmental milestones are expected at this age?
What do you believe is your best course of action/treatment plan for this appointment? Why

SCENARIO: Your supervisor has approved your research question and plan for study

SCENARIO: Your supervisor has approved your research question and plan for studying some aspect of diversity and/or collaboration in a community group. Now it is time to conduct your literature review and develop your hypothesis and research plan.
ASSIGNMENT: In the first Touchstone, you developed a research question and prepared a preliminary bibliography for your literature review. You will now conduct your literature review, formulate your hypothesis and research plan, and develop a set of notecards that summarize your work.
REQUIREMENTS: You must create 8-11 notecards using the touchstone template below. Your notecards will include:
introduction card
research question card
literature review (4–6 cards)
hypothesis card
operational definitions card (if needed)
research method card