Daily Archives: December 4, 2019

What is Policy?

1- What is Policy?

2- Explain each of them:     Public policy— Private policy— Health policy— Social policy— Organizational policy?

3- Who was F lorence Nightingale, and what was her contribution to the Nursing Field?

4- Who was Lillian Wald?

5- Who was Margaret Sanger, and in what way she helped to the developments of Nursing Field?6_ what is    (ICN), and what they do?

7- What is  s (NLCA) and they do?

Jeanne Blum, RN, is a nurse on a  LDRP unit. Recently, the policy and    procedures manual for Jeanne’s unit included the premature rupturing of membranes of a laboring patient    as a practice acceptable for nurses to perform. Jeanne    and some of her coworkers shared their concern over    lunch about this new responsibility.They felt uncomfortable with the possibility of cord prolapse and    other potential medical….

Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights are all important intellectual property areas for businesses and companies. Pick one of these property areas and do some research on it. What items does it specifically cover?

Assignment:

Patents, Trademarks, and Copyrights are all important intellectual property areas for businesses and companies. Pick one of these property areas and do some research on it. What items does it specifically cover? Are there limitations or restrictions? What do they require you to do to be covered or protected by law? How is enforcement handled?

 

Text Size: All of the text  needs to be set in 12-point size. Please resist the temptation to mix and match point sizes. If you doubt your applications intentions, just select all of your text and insure that it is in 12-point size.

Double Spacing

Margins: One-inch margins mean one (1”) on all sides

Due after 11 hours

Find recent news covering issue(s) related to failing corporate governance mechanism(s) at a specific company (WSJ, Bloomberg, Forbes would be the recommended sources to search)

1. Find recent news covering issue(s) related to failing corporate governance mechanism(s) at a specific company (WSJ, Bloomberg, Forbes would be the recommended sources to search) and: a) briefly explain the nature of the issue (what happened, why and what are the implications to the shareholders and other stakeholders in the company). b) your proposed solution to this issue. What can be done in the future to avoid similar problems?

2. In general, what would you recommend to improve corporate governance in the US in general? More regulation from the government or let the markets fix it (via shareholder activism, proper compensation models etc.)?

Before you formulate your response, take a look at the following: a. General trends in Corporate Governance in 2018 (from Harvard Law School blog)….

If Jane continues to refuse the skilled nursing transfer, and Adult Protective Services is not involved, could Dr. Pierce and/or the hospital be held liable if Jane passes away at her home due to her lack of mobility?

Ethical dilemmas are often solved by various stakeholders coming together, analyzing the situation, and making recommendations. In the health care setting, this is the responsibility of an ethics committee. Ethics committees may be comprised of individuals from various roles within the organization, ranging from leadership positions to mid-level patient care professionals. Instructions: Scenario:  You are a member of your hospital’s ethics committee. A physician, Dr. Pierce, presents the following case to the committee, seeking a recommendation:  Jane Smith is currently hospitalized, for the seventh time in 11 months, and is suffering from the following conditions: hypertension, atrial fibrillation, and alcoholic fatty liver (exacerbated by continued heavy alcohol consumption). Jane is severely obese and unable to walk unassisted. Jane’s medical condition is stable enough to be discharged, however, Dr…..

Describe eight (8) ways in which a physician and his/her staff may participate in community activities.

The AMA’s Principles of Medical Ethics includes a mandate to “recognize a responsibility to participate in activities contributing to the improvement of the community and the betterment of public health”. (AMA, 2012 Principles of Medical Ethics, Principle VII). Instructions:

Create a podcast, 5-10 minutes in length, where you will discuss the following: Describe eight (8) ways in which a physician and his/her staff may participate in community activities. For instance, the physician may give free clinics for the homeless, or provide educational seminars for patients. Summarize the AMA’s Principles of Medical Ethics and discuss how they relate to the 8 ideas you developed on how a physician can give back to the community. Review the AMA Principles of Medical Ethics. Thinking about your own community, describe the activities….

Identify the ethical issues in the scenario described.

Discussion: Unit 6, Due Wednesday by 11:59 pm CT Palliative Care Instructions:

Please complete the following steps for your discussion post and response. Reference below article to aid in forming your discussion:

Norman, K. (2016). Live and let die: The consequences of Oklahoma’s nondiscrimination in treatment act. Oklahoma Law Review 68(3). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.law.ou.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=1028&context=olr

Glenn Ross, a 55-year-old man living in Oklahoma, was diagnosed with inoperable pancreatic cancer. His prognosis was poor; he was given about six months to live. He underwent several series of chemotherapy treatments, but they were of no benefit. He continued to lose weight, suffered from nausea, and became weaker. After three months of chemotherapy treatments, he stated that he wanted no further treatment. He became bedridden and was admitted into a nursing home for….

Discuss 3 types of questions you can start asking in interviewing. What is the purpose of each and why would they be a helpful skill for you to have?

To complete this assignment please read Chapter 3 of your textbook.

Task 1: Discuss 3 types of questions you can start asking in interviewing. What is the purpose of each and why would they be a helpful skill for you to have?

Task 2: Jenna Frenzy is a new teacher at SJSU. After a rough first semester Jenna felt she struggled to connect with her students. She also had limited feedback in what assignments were valuable. Overall Jenna wants to improve both as a teacher and also improve the usefulness of her class. She has received her student evaluations but felt like there wasn’t a lot of information to be gained. Jenna emailed her class list and asked if any students would be interested in coming in for….

in your own words, summarize and discuss TWO Supreme Court cases found in the previous pages of the module.

Or this week’s discussion board, I want to reflect on the previous pages in this module.

In this discussion board, I want to you to show an understanding of the material covered in the previous pages.  Please use the terminology or ideas presented in the previous pages.  Failure to do so, will result in a low discussion board grade.

INSTRUCTIONS: 

This discussion board will focus on the Supreme Court cases you chose to read about.  Please answer the following question:

1.) You were asked to learn about at least 3 Supreme Court cases found in the previous pages of the module.  For your discussion board, please, in your own words, summarize and discuss TWO of them.  Envision you are talking to someone who has never heard about this case.  In….

On looking at the questionnaire, Jemma noticed some problems with the way in which some questions had been coded. What were these problems?

Case Study: The marketing of arts festivals

Jemma was interested in utilizing secondary data from her placement organization as part of her undergraduate research project on the marketing of arts festivals. In particular she was interested in:

· The extent to which audiences associated events with their sponsors;

· The socio-economic status of those attending;

· The importance of different media for finding out about events.

Her placement organization had undertaken a questionnaire survey with attendees at the local Arts festival and agreed that Jemma could use the data for her research project. The data had already been entered into a spreadsheet. A copy of a completed questionnaire is included below:

Assignment Questions:

1. On looking at the….