Based on Module 1: Lecture Materials & Resources (See below) and experience, what are the roles and responsibilities of the advanced nurse practitioners in prescribing?
2-3 pages in length, excluding the title, abstract(MUST HAVE ONE) and references page.
APA 7 edition is a must.
NO WEBSITES ALLOWED FOR REFERENCE OR CITATION. References and citation must be only from journal articles or books published from 2017 up to now. Must employ at least 4 references entries which will be cited at the end of the paragraph. INCLUDE DOI, PAGE NUMBERS. etc PLAGIARISM NEED TO BE LESS THAN 10%.
Arcangelo, P. V., Peterson, M. A., Wilbur, V., & Reinhold, A. J. (2017).
What is pluralism? How does the concept of pluralism apply to interest groups in American politics? Why is pluralism important to the proper functioning of American democracy?
Reference Book: (S) The Enduring Democracy
Kenneth J. Dautrich, David A. Yalof, Christina E. Bejarano, 2020
two paragraph long analysis of how the poet uses imagery, diction, or another poetic device in the poem. In your analysis, make sure to identify specific choices made the poet and explain why you think the poet made them. In other words, how do they relate to an important topic or idea in the poem?
Your response to the discussion prompt questions should be a minimum of 500 words. You must use a minimum of three scholarly resources in APA formating to support your information and 1 biblical integration.
Although the terms conceptual and theoretical frameworks have been used interchangeably at times they do refer to two different things. A theoretical framework is a study based on an existing theory or theories whereas a conceptual framework is something the author develops based on the theory. After reviewing the Reading and Study material for this module, conducting your own outside research, and considering the two different types of frameworks, please respond to the following questions:
What are the common differences between a Conceptual and Theoretical Framework?
Explain why each framework is important and how it can guide research.
Provide a basic example of each framework.
Follow the instructions accordingly and only choose 3 of the rhetorical elements that are in the attached file (I would like to know which 3 you choose, so label them). The 2 main sources are “Choice’: What We Mean by It, and What That Means for Preventing Childhood Obesity” by Christine M. Porter and “Don’t Blame the Eater” by David Zinczenko. These are the only two sources to be mentioned in the introduction nothing else. You are allowed to use 3 other scholarly articles from ProQuest or JSTOR.
A case study
Complete a case study of a single patient. This must be from first contact with the clinic, consultation, delivery of treatment and follow up.
The patient can either be treated for aesthetic injectable facial therapy or for aesthetic injectable hyperhydrosis therapy.
The patient must have been treated for at least 4 weeks. All identifiable data must be anonymised but may be required, at source, for external verification by the Awarding Organisation for Audit purposes. Minimum 2,500 word count.
NB Marks will be deducted if your answer falls below the recommended minimum word count of 2500 words
Your answer should include, anonymised Patient records; and a full refection on your own practice Reflective account.
Patient records; initial enquiry, consultation, imagery pre and post treatment, you may like to add a perceived final outcome for comparison. You must include your initial treatment plan with ongoing amendments if changes have been made, any test results you have carried out, consent form, any contemporaneous notes you have made, any issues elucidated at consultation, your preferred treatment and the outcomes plus any post treatment advice/products. If any adverse or side effects were felt these should also be noted in your patient notes.
Reflective account; In your reflective account you should make reference to the patient, gender, age, mental wellbeing, skin type/colour any anomalies, an account of the treatment delivered and the outcome. Your assessor will be looking to ensure this is a true reflection so it is essential to say what you did, why you did it, how you did it, what went well, what didn’t go so well and given the same circumstance what you would do differently. Your assessor will also be looking to see that other parts of the qualification have been included e.g. Skin Anatomy, Consultation skills, Procedure followed, Health and Safety, Critical Literary Review and Values, ethics, and professionalism
What is your mission? Mission in this sense refers to asking such questions as: What opportunities exist that I can address to help others? What am I doing now to address these needs? What principles guide my beliefs and how will these principles guide my mission to serve others? A mission is stating your purpose for being in a few words. You may be alive, well, and busy, but that doesn’t mean you have a mission. Many people drift through life, consuming resources, taking up space, but doing little to make any sort of a difference in their own lives, other people’s lives, or for humanity. How will you serve? How will you make a difference? What is your purpose?
Write a reflection on your purpose personally and how that fits into your role as a sports leader. To complete this final paper, please review your notes, readings and lecture power points and write a 3-4 page paper (double-spaced and using Times New Roman 12 pt. font with 1 in. margins) communicating your own sport leadership philosophy. State your mission statement based on your main values. You must also use at least 3 class information references to support your sport leadership philosophy.
Students need to arrange on their own to watch Mr. Jones (1993), starring Richard Gere and Directed by Mike Figgis. The protagonist, Mr. Jones is described as being plagued with emotional highs and lows as part of his a bipolar disorder.
Students, again, are required to use the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th edition/Text Revision. (2022)
Part 1: Does Mr. Jones suffer from a specific bipolar disorder? The response needs to be limited to 500-words (10% over/under). The response needs to address the question posed above and avoid any movie summary.
Part 2: Assume Mr. Jones is your patient, in 250 words, identify an effective treatment for bipolar disorder.
Term 1 Unit 1 Discussions
*LM 4-Corporations (ACCT1105 Financial Accounting)
1. Define a corporation and mention two characteristics of a corporation.
2. Explain the following:
a. Legal Entity
3. Define an organizational chart of a corporation
4. Define the following concepts:
a. Stockholder equity
b. Pain-in capital
c. Retained earnings
5. Explain your understanding of the following:
a. Outstanding stock
b. Par value
c. Common stock
d. Preferred stock
e. Cummulative preferred stock
h. Stock split
i. Treasury stock
*Unit 1 Discussion (ACC303 Intermediate Accounting)
Please complete Judgement Case 1-12.
Consider the question of whether the United States should converge accounting standards with IFRS.
· Make a list of arguments that favor convergence.
· Make a list of arguments that favor nonconvergence.
· Indicate your own conclusion regarding whether the United States should converge with IFRS, and indicate the primary considerations that determined your conclusion.
*Unit 1 Discussion (ACC301 Cost Accounting)
Read 1-56 and complete the questions on page 39.
1-56. Responsibility for Unethical Action
The following story is true except that all names have been changed and the time period has been compressed.
Charles Austin graduated from a prestigious business school and took a job in a public accounting firm in Atlanta. A client hired him after five years of normal progress through the ranks of the accounting firm. This client was a rapidly growing, publicly held company that produced software for the health care industry. Charles started as assistant controller. The company promoted him to controller after four years. This was a timely promotion. Charles had learned a lot and was prepared to be controller.
Within a few months of his promotion to controller, the company’s chief financial officer abruptly quit. Upon submitting her resignation, she walked into Charles’s office and said, “I have given Holmes (the company president) my letter of resignation. I’ll be out of my office in less than an hour. You will be the new chief financial officer, and you will report directly to Holmes. Here is my card with my personal cell phone number. Call me if you need any advice or if I can help you in any way.”
Charles was in over his head in his new job. His experience had not prepared him for the range of responsibilities required of the company’s chief financial officer. Holmes, the company president, was no help. He gave Charles only one piece of advice: “You have lots of freedom to run the finance department however you want. There is just one rule: Don’t ever cross me. If you do, you’ll never work again in this city.” Charles believed his boss could follow through on that threat because he was so well-connected in the Atlanta business community.
The end of the company’s fiscal year came shortly after Charles’s promotion to chief financial officer. After reviewing some preliminary financial amounts, Holmes stormed into Charles’s office and made it clear that the results were not to his liking. He instructed Charles to “find more sales.” Charles was shocked, but he did as he was told. He identified some ongoing software installation work that should not have been recorded as revenue until the customer signed off on the job. Charles recorded the work done as of year-end as revenue, even though the customer had not signed off on the job. He sent an invoice to the customer for the amount of the improper revenue, then called her to say that the invoice was an accounting error, and she should ignore it.
The next year, Charles’s work life was better, but his personal life was not. He went through a costly divorce that resulted in limited time spent with his two small children. Now he was particularly concerned about not crossing his boss because of the threat that he would never work in Atlanta if he did. He could not bear to look for a new job that would take him away from his children. Further, it would be difficult to find a job anywhere that came close to paying the salary and benefits of his current job. With high alimony and child support payments, Charles would feel a dire financial strain if he had to take a cut in pay.
The company struggled financially during the year. Clearly, the company would not generate the level of revenues and income that Holmes wanted. As expected, he again instructed Charles to find some way to dress up the income statement. It did not matter to Holmes whether what Charles did was legal or not.
Charles had exhausted all legitimate ways of reducing costs and increasing revenues. He faced an ethical dilemma. He could resign and look for a new job, or he could illegitimately record non-existent sales. He now understood why the former chief financial officer had resigned so abruptly. He wished that he could talk to her, but she was traveling in Australia and could not be contacted. The board of directors would be no help because they would take the president’s side in a dispute.
After considering his personal circumstances, Charles decided to record the illegitimate sales as the president had instructed. Charles knew that what he did was wrong. He believed that if the fraud was discovered, Holmes, not he, would be in trouble. After all, Charles rationalized, he was just following orders.
a. Can you justify what Charles did?
b. What could Charles have done to avoid the ethical dilemma that he faced? Assume that the company president would have made it impossible for Charles to work in Atlanta in a comparable job.
c. What if the Securities and Exchange Commission discovered this fraud? Would Charles’s boss get in trouble? Would Charles?
*Unit 1 DB: Terminology (ECO201 Macroeconomics)
Each student will be assigned key concepts (see instructor announcement for your assigned concept)
My key term is Market Power
Example of Key Concepts Table:
Key Concepts Key Concepts – Alternative Formats
This discussion board is intended to introduce you to the economics terms we will cover in the class. You are to explain the term that you have been assigned as a presentation to the class. Please refer to the website about Writing a Position Paper.
Open the discussion with a brief introduction to the topic. For example, you might use something like the following. “Like many disciplines, economics uses specific terminology to ensure complete understanding of the concepts employed. In this presentation, I would like to introduce you to the concepts of (the term the student is provided with).”
Define the assigned term in your own words. MARKET POWER
Provide an original, economics-based explanation of the term.
Provide a real/hypothetical contextual example (different from that provided in the text) of the term as it is applied to economics.
Do not just list the above in bullet-point style.