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Assessment 1 Part B Week Due Week 6, Sunday at 11.55pm (AEST/AEDT)* Assessment T

Assessment 1 Part B
Week Due
Week
6, Sunday at 11.55pm (AEST/AEDT)*
Assessment Type
Policy Review part b
Weighting
40%
Learning Outcomes
a) Describe
and analyse the contribution of concepts such as gender, class, power and
race to social inequality
c)
Explain
the systems and policy frameworks that contribute to Australian community
wellbeing, particularly in respect of vulnerable populations
e)
Demonstrate skills in critical analysis,
reasoning and argument about the character and role of human rights,
professional practice and ethics in contemporary and future society and
practice.
Length
1500
words (+/- 10%)
*Australian Eastern
Standard Time (AEST)/Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (AEDT).
Check your time zone to ensure that you submit your assessment on
time. If required, use a time zone
converter.
Assessment Details and Instructions
Purpose:
The purpose of this
assessment is for students to review a policy.
Process:
For this task, students will
review the same policy chosen for Part A.
The
following components need to be completed:
Your
discussion must include:
a definition of the
policy;
a rationale (why the
policy is necessary);
who wrote the policy;
the principle and
values the policy is based on;
objectives and goals of
the policy, benefits and limitations of the policy;
strategies for how the
policy is implemented; and
the outcomes of the
policy.
APA document formatting
Set the margins of your paper to be 2.54cm/1 inch on all sides (go
to Margins under Page Layout)
Use the font Times New Roman
The font size should be 12 point.
Make sure your paper is double-spaced and that
the Before and After boxes both read 0 (go to Paragraph and then look under Spacing.)
You text should be aligned left (also go to Paragraph and look
under General.)
Indent the first line of paragraphs 1.27cm/0.5 inch from the left
margin. (Use Tab key).
Submission
Students will submit the assessment task to the class
space Turnitin.

ssessment 1 Part B Week Due Week 6, Sunday at 11.55pm (AEST/AEDT)* Assessment Ty

ssessment 1 Part B
Week Due
Week
6, Sunday at 11.55pm (AEST/AEDT)*
Assessment Type
Critical
Analysis: Fact or Opinion?
Weighting
40%
Learning
outcomes
a)
Think critically, analyse, interpret, process and
communicate information
c)
Comprehend that constructions of ‘normality’ are
culturally, socially and historically situated, and how their own cultural
lens may impact on their personal and professional interactions with others
Length
1500
words (excluding references)
*Australian Eastern
Standard Time (AEST)/Australian Eastern Daylight Savings Time (AEDT).
Check your time zone to ensure that you submit your assessment on time. If
required, use a time zone converter.
Assessment 1 Part B Details and Instructions
Purpose
The
purpose of this task is for students to critically analyse a media article. This
analysis uses the same article from assessment 1a, building upon the material
in the student’s scaffold. This task requires students to demonstrate their
understanding of the content of the article and the discourses (what is
discourse?) within this, analysing these with references to Unit content materials
and academic readings.
Process
To
complete this task students are expected to incorporate relevant course content
and wider authoritative sources from the ACAP library:
1. Students
will use the same media article from assessment 1a.
2. Analyse
the facts and opinions within the article, considering the background, career,
education, or any other relevant aspects of the author/s origins and potential
motivations behind them. Elaborate on
the research and writing from the students submitted scaffold in assessment 1a,
paying attention to the feedback from the tutor.
3. Write
an analysis of the potential impact on readers of the article, thinking about
the demographic the media is targeted at, and the impact of how the article may
be perceived by its readers.
4. Support
the writing with at least six relevant academic references (this means
academic articles in addition to any media articles).

his week, you will submit an annotated bibliography for two (2) of your sources

his week, you will submit an annotated bibliography for two (2) of your sources for the final project paper. Both sources should be scholarly and from the APUS Library. Read the instructions for upcoming assignments so you will have a good idea of sources you might need.
Each source (listed in alphabetical order) should have a complete Works Cited or References entry for the citation style you are using, as well as an annotation, which should be a paragraph or two summarizing and evaluating the article. Information about the author’s credentials and publisher’s credibility may be included. Value of the sources to the final project paper should be part of the annotation. (Summaries/evaluations under one hundred words each will be considered under-developed.)
Write in third person only. It’s a good idea to include a signal phrase, direct quote or paraphrase, and a parenthetical citation within each summary.
To format your Works Cited or References entries, you may use the library cite button discussed in the week four Lessons. Include the article’s web link (the https address—not just the doi) at the end of your Works Cited entry. Just copy and paste it from your web browser, if it is not already included. Examples are shown in the attached Template (which you will download) and Sample (which is attached to show you an example of what a good submission looks like).
Submit your assignment as a Word document attached to the assignment link so it can be automatically processed through Turnitin. Use the template provided.
Here the link to the APUS Library
https://www.apus.edu/apus-library/index.html
If you need my login I can provide it
Attached:
Is a link to my last paper, which is the extension of

For this journal, begin by reviewing the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric PDF

For this journal, begin by reviewing the Final Project Guidelines and Rubric PDF document for this course, as well as the Final Project Topics and Resources tab on the left-hand side of your screen. Select a topic for your final project from those provided on the Final Project Topics and Resources page and read the primary article associated with that topic.
Then, in your journal, respond to the following:
Provide a brief summary of your chosen topic and the primary article associated with that topic. Which topic do you plan to focus on? Describe your chosen topic to your instructor and include any background information relevant to your topic, as well as a brief summary of the primary article associated with that topic.
Then, answer each of the following questions about your chosen topic and primary article:
What personal connection do you have to the topic?
What are your initial thoughts about your chosen topic, the primary article, and the paper in general?
What scares you about this paper?
Share any questions or concerns with your instructor.
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Term Paper: This course includes an individual term paper on Mental Health, nurs

Term Paper:
This
course includes an individual term paper on Mental Health, nursing management
and available Community Resources. The specific topic is Opioid Dependency during
pregnancy. The term paper must be typed with 1” margins, 1.5 spacing and
a 12 point Times New Roman font. The paper should also include a reference
list. A minimum of three credible references must be utilized. Students are
required to use two to three peer-reviewed journal articles. The American
Psychological Association format must also be utilized for the paper. The paper
should be between three and five pages in length (not including cover page,
abstract, references, exhibits, etc.). The following guidelines will be
utilized to grade the paper

Subjective: What details did the patient provide regarding their personal and me

Subjective: What details did the patient provide regarding their personal and medical history? What are their symptoms of concern? How long have they been experiencing them, and what is the severity? How are their symptoms impacting their functioning?
Objective: What observations did you make during the interview and review of systems?
Assessment: What were your differential diagnoses? Provide a minimum of three (3) possible diagnoses. List them from highest to lowest priority. What was your primary diagnosis, and why?
Reflection notes: What would you do differently in a similar patient evaluation? Reflect on one social determinant of health according to the HealthyPeople 2030 (you will need to research) as applied to this case in the realm of psychiatry and mental health. As a future advanced provider, what are one health promotion activity and one patient education consideration for this patient for improving health disparities and inequities in the realm of psychiatry and mental health? Demonstrate your critical thinking.

Case Study Richard, aged 3 ½, a first born child, was referred at the request of

Case Study
Richard, aged 3 ½, a first born child, was referred at the request of his parents because of his uneven development and abnormal behavior. Delivery had been difficulty, and he had need
oxygen at birth. His physical appearance, motor development and self-help
skills were all age appropriate, but his parents had been uneasy about him for the first few months
of his life because of his lack of response to social contact and the unusual baby games. Comparison with their second child,
who unlike Richard, enjoyed social communication from early infancy, confirmed
their fears. Richard
appeared to be
self-sufficient and aloof from others.
He did not greet his mother in the mornings, or his father when he returned
home from work, though if left with a baby-sitter, he
tended to scream much of the
time. He had no interest in other children and ignored his
younger brother. His babbling had no conversational intonation. At age 3 he could understand simple practical
instructions. His speech consisted of echoing some words
and phrases he had heard in the past, with the original speaker’s accent
and intonation; he could
use one or two such phrases to indicate his simple needs. For example, if he said, “Do you
want a drink?” he meant he was thirsty. He did not communicate by facial expression
or use gesture or mime, except for pulling someone along and placing his or her hand on an object he wanted. He was fascinated by bright
lights and spinning objects, and would stare at them while laughing, flapping his hands, and dancing on tiptoe. He also displayed the same movements while
listening to music, which he had liked from
infancy. He was intensely attached to a miniature care, which he held in his hand,
day and night, but the never played imaginatively with this
or any other toy. He could assemble jigsaw puzzles rapidly (with one hand because of
the car held in the other hand), whether the picture side was
exposed or hidden. From age 2 he had collected kitchen utensils and arranged them in repetitive patterns all over the floors of the house. These pursuits, together with occasional periods of aimless running
around, constituted
his whole repertoire of spontaneous activities. The major management problem was Richard’s intense
resistance to any attempt to change or extend his interests. Removing his toy car, disturbing his puzzles or patterns, even
retrieving, for
example, an egg
whisk or a spoon for its legitimate use in cooking, or trying to
make him look at a picture book precipitated temper tantrums that could last an hour or more, with
screaming, kicking, and the biting of himself or others. These tantrums could be cut short by
restoring the status
quo. Otherwise, playing his favorite music or a long car ride was sometimes effective. His parents had wondered if Richard might be deaf, but his love of music, his
accurate echoing, and
his sensitivity to some very soft sounds, such as those made by unwrapping a chocolate in the next room convinced them that this was not the cause of his
abnormal behavior. Psychological testing gave him a mental
age of 3 years in non-language-dependent skills (fitting and assembly
tasks), but only 18 months in language comprehension.
Discuss
overview of the case, mental status exam with target
symptoms, and treatment plan. Include rationales for each
section of the treatment plan.
Describe
one risk factor and one clinical feature of autism in infants or children and
one effective parenting or coping strategy that may be used
for parents/caregivers or siblings of persons with autism spectrum
disorder.

Roles & Responsibilities of the Advanced Nurse Practitioners Based on Module 1:

Roles & Responsibilities of the Advanced Nurse Practitioners
Based on Module 1: Lecture Materials & Resources and experience, what are the roles and responsibilities of the advanced nurse practitioners in prescribing?
Submission Instructions:
The paper is to be clear and concise and students will lose points for improper grammar, punctuation, and misspelling.
The paper should be formatted per current APA and 2-3 pages in length, excluding the title, abstract and references page.
Incorporate a minimum of 3 current (published within last five years) scholarly journal articles or primary legal sources (statutes, court opinions) within your work.
Complete and submit the assignment by 11:59 PM ET Sunday.
Late work policies, expectations regarding proper citations, acceptable means of responding to peer feedback, and other expectations are at the discretion of the instructor.

REFLECTIVE JOURNAL ASSIGNMENT: Each journal should be focused on your clinical e

REFLECTIVE JOURNAL ASSIGNMENT:
Each journal should be focused on your clinical experience as it will be part of a professional portfolio
This formational reflective journal is in APA format, double-spaced, #12 font, answering each question in paragraph form
APA format with references and title page with students’ name, site, preceptor’s name, course, clinical instructor’s name
Part I: Pick ONE of the journal goals
To understand stimulant medications, monitoring and switching of medications for a ____________ (child, adult) client.
To understand the use of _______ (list a medication) for a patient with ______________ (list a specific sleep disorder).
To understand the interactions between marijuana and a patient’s current psychotropic medications.
To learn how to safely detox a patient with an addiction to _______.
To understand the cultural implications of psychotherapy when treating a patient from ______ (ethnic/cultural background).
To develop safe prescribing practices when working with a patient from ____________ (country).
To integrate the developmental theories of _______ (Freud, Mahler, Kohlberg, etc.) into a comprehensive plan of care.
To implement basic psychotherapeutic interventions working within the framework of _____________ (interpersonal theory, psychodynamic theory, REBT, EMDR, Supportive Psychotherapy, etc.) for a patient with ______ (diagnosis).
To learn basic issues of transference & countertransference in working with _________ (specific personality disorder or other diagnosis).
Part II: Writing the Journal Entry
1. After choosing ONE of the lettered goal/objectives listed above, prepare to use only that topic for the journal
2. Using the rubric, develop each section of the rubric (use headings to stay organized):
Goal/Learning Objective
Academic Resources
Culture Knowledge
Education
Challenges
Discuss in detail the points in the rubric with at least one paragraph or more, be specific and explain the reasoning behind your talking points.
3. APA format is expected (title page, double spaced, reference page, etc.)
Part III: Review the Paper
After submission of the paper, review the Turnitin score and the ETS, and correct areas of concern.
*See the rubric for more details on grading, below is a snippet of the rubric*
Goal/Learning Objective
After choosing one of the options in part one, answer all of the following questions in one paragraph, providing your thoughts and insight into this experience:
What was your goal/learning objective for this unit’s clinical experience?
How does this new information combined with prior knowledge and beliefs carry forward into your future practice?
Academic Resources
In one paragraph or more explain what academic sources did you read on this topic, and what were the notable findings? (These should be other than your course textbooks). Include any pertinent data important to this topic.
Cultural Knowledge
Discuss one of the questions below in one paragraph :
1. Name one specific cultural consideration that could impact the implementation of this knowledge, and explain how you would address it?
OR
2. For a specific patient seen in clinical, explain an aspect of the patient’s culture that would need to be addressed during the implementation of this knowledge. How would you address it?
Education
In one paragraph discuss how would you use the information that you have learned to educate a patient/appropriate family member who is uninformed on this topic?
Challenges
In one paragraph discuss what were the challenges you faced in integrating this information into the care of a patient you saw during this unit’s clinical experience?

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