You are looking for a home in a particular neighborhood and you want to know the typical number of bathrooms and bedrooms the square footage and the appraised value of houses in that neighborhood. Which measure of central tendency (mean median or mode) would be the most appropriate for each piece of information listed and why?
You are asked to address the issue below during a job interview. Describe how you as a healthcare administrator would function and communicate effectively and respectfully within the broad context of cultural diversity among both your employees and patients. Your answer should demonstrate your understanding of cultural competency as well your understanding of its importance in the healthcare setting. Your response should be at least words in length. QUESTION 2. A healthcare administrator sent the e-mail below to a colleague: Jacob that meeting was a mess. You lost control of things and now you have to clean it up. What in the world were you thinking when you said that you thought the physician made a mistake in her diagnosis and that the patient should sue her and us?!? Seriously? Identify the issues with this e-mail and offer an alternative way of writing this so that it is professional and effective. Your response should be at least words in length. Question 3. Describe how you will go about doing a search for a new healthcare position including what websites you would use how you would prioritize applying for a position you found and how you would prepare for and follow up on the interview. Your response should be at least words in length.
You are a Representative from New Jersey . You are on the reform committee that is responsible for drafting and creating a new state supported health care policy and reforms to the social welfare system. Explain how you will alter and change the social welfare and healthcare systems in our state to make both more affordable and equal for all New Jersey residents. Use at least 2 specific examples to support your answer. 1-2 pages
Written Assignment. Choose a contemporary moral issue in our society (course materials) and apply the ethical principle of Utilitarianism to approve this moral issue. You must pick a moral issue that you strongly support and apply the utilitarian claims (course materials) to back up your arguments. The paper must be done in MLA format with a minimum of 500 words (quotes are not included in the word count). *You must apply the Four major points of Utilitarianism (week 3 Lecture) apply Benthams Felicific Calculus and apply the utilitarian claims under course materials.
Writing Clearly and Concisely. Chapter 3 of your APA Manual talks about tone and reducing bias in language. Please post one example where you want the reader to know the tone of your writing or what youre trying to communicate. As part of the class discussion explain the tone presented and provide one suggestion or example of how changing the tone can alter the intent of your meaning. Is the change better or worse? Why is the change better or worse? For example: Although we tried our best the disease process was far too advanced. There was nothing more we could have done I am truly sorry for your loss is something working in a hospital youve probably heard a physician say to a family member. The tone in this statement sounds very professional yet is sympathetic to the family members loss. Whereas in the following statement the tone in less formal sounds nonchalant and judgmental Theres nothing more we could have done they were too sick and at the end of their life. Family members are more likely to be put off and feel like the physician gave up on their loved one. -300 words.
Writing Description A Culture of Patient Safety Read this article: Sammer C. & James B. (2011 September 30). Patient safety culture: The nursing unit leaders role. OJIN: The Online Journal of Issues in Nursing 16(3) Manuscript 3. In the Hospital Hope scenario what do you think was the most important factor that led to the change in practice in the SICU? If you worked in a facility that needed a practice change what framework would you use and why? Expectations: Length:1000 to 1250 words in length Structure: Include a title page and reference page in APA format. These do not count towards the minimum word count for this assignment. Your writing must include an introduction and a conclusion. References: Use appropriate APA 7th edition style in-text citations and references for all resources utilized to answer the questions. A minimum of two scholarly sources plus the textbook are required.
Write The Vision! How can you incorporate these tips into your current eating habits? create a healthy eating plan that can help improve your current diet.Discuss in detail three specific ways that you can incorporate clean eating/healthy eating habits into your lifestyle. Creating SMART Goals Resource:https://www.ucop.edu/local-human-resources/your-career/performance-management/how-to-write-smart-goals-2018.pdf Healthy Eating SMART Goal 1:____________________________________________ 1. Specific “ Define your goal what do you specifically want to do? 2. Measurable “ How will you measure your progress towards achieving this goal? 3. Achievable“ What will you do toachieve this goal each day? 4. Relevant “ Why is this goal relevant to your overall fitness goals? 5. Time “ Create a realistic deadline to achieve this goal. Healthy Eating Goal 2:_______________________________________________________ 1.Specific “Define your goal what do you specifically want to do? 2.Measurable “How will youmeasure your progress towards achieving this goal? 3.Achievable “What will you do toachieve this goal each day? 4.Relevant “Why is this goal relevant toyour overall fitness goals? 5.Time “Create a realistic deadline to achieve this goal. Healthy Eating Goal 3:_______________________________________________________ 1.Specific “Define your goal what do you specifically want to do? 2.Measurable “How will youmeasure your progress towards achieving this goal? 3.Achievable“What will you do toachieve this goal each day? 4.Relevant “Why is this goal relevant toyour overall fitness goals? 5.Time “Create a realistic deadline to achieve this goal.
Write your reflections from the classmate post by selecting an idea from the reading describing your thoughts and feelings about it and why you agree. (MINIMUM OF 150 WORDS) CLASSMATES POST One essential tool for leaders who seek organizational change and improvement is storytelling. There is a reciprocal reward of inspiration that comes from hearing and telling stories. We can motivate others to attempt feats within their classroom and the school that might otherwise have seemed unthinkable but we are motivated to rethink relive and recreate our own narratives. And like any storyteller it is our goal to reach our students through our instruction. If we are lucky we will inspire curiosity and a love of learning that will last a lifetime. Teacher leaders take their storytelling to the next level by sharing their practice insights expertise questions challenges triumphs and more with a larger audience of colleagues families communities and policymakers within the education ecosystem and in society at large. The goal is to resonate here too to connect impact influence inspire in the hope that they will be able to play a small part in transforming climate culture and teaching and learning opportunities in schools. But to affect this kind of change teacher leaders must not only tell stories but they must also tell effective stories. Every teacher has a story to tell; but finding and crafting a compelling authentic story is a skill that requires attention effort and a few great strategies.
Write your reflections from the classmate post by selecting an idea from the reading describing your thoughts and feelings about it and why you agree. (MINIMUM OF WORDS) CLASSMATES POST In this chapter the author gives us great information on the strategies to make sure the attention of the students is focused. As we study this chapter the author gives us strategies to motivate students. The author mentions this about ways to motivate students: Tell students the purpose rationale importance and application of the lesson or activity objective. For the students to be able to understand concepts having some direction will keep them focused on the task at hand. This concept also helps the instructor in preparation to make sure the lessons is clearly laid out for the students. The author goes through many more tactics such as focus on a question provide initial examples etc. The author also tells us that we should state the objective. One of the most effective strategies to use in the opening of a lesson or activity is to tell students directly what they will learn and why. When students under-stand what to learn how to demonstrate their learning and why the learning is valuable they become empowered and self-regulated learners. Regardless of how important the content how engaging the activity how formative the assessment or how differentiated the instruction unless all students see recognize and understand the learning target from the very beginning of the lesson one factor will remain constant: The teacher will always be the only one providing the direction focusing on getting students to meet the instructional objectives. (Price Nelson). The Growth of the student is what we are concerned with most. To do so we must learn to ask questions. The text mentions that questions provide a role in helping the teacher review so students can understand the material. personally I love to ask to follow up questions to make sure the concept was attained. This process of growth strategies is a wonderful! This does take some time to implement but when teachers and students can focus and ask the right questions we can do great things in the classroom.
Write your reflections from the classmate post by selecting an idea from the reading describing your thoughts and feelings about it. (MINIMUM OF 150 WORDS) CLASSMATES POST This chapter reading about UDL guides the design of learning experiences to proactively meet the needs of all learners. The core aspect of UDL is that the learning goals are the same for all students while providing different ways these goals are achieved. The UDL principle of Multiple means of representation can be met through purchasing a range of books including large print easy read formats e-books videos with subtitles and sign language tactile books and braille books. These multiple avenues enable a greater number of students to access literature. Multiple means of expression provide avenues for a variety of approaches for students to express their understanding of the text instead of the usual ˜read aloud. These approaches could be via sign language video role play board games and storyboards. Multiple means of engagement mean that a range of student interests and backgrounds should be incorporated within the texts to engage students. Differentiated instruction is a teaching approach that tailors the instruction to all students learning needs. All the students have the same learning goal. But the instruction varies based on students interests preferences strengths and struggles. Instead of teaching the whole class in one specific way (lecture) a teacher uses a bunch of different methods. There are four areas where teachers can differentiate instruction: content process projects and learning environment. UDL and differentiated instruction are similar concepts that share many of the same goals ideas about learning and even classroom practices. However the two differ in a few key aspects of their guiding principles. They both share a common end goal to help all students to learn and achieved the most they possibly can. They both believe that students should not all be forced to fit into the mold of a single curriculum. However they differ in the ways in which they go about achieving their goal. Differentiated instruction places a lot of emphasis on formative assessments which make the basis for many instructional decisions. The key is to be constantly assessing students determining what they need and then adjusting instruction in order to meet those needs. UDL looks at adjusting instruction like an architect designing a building rather than adjusting as problems arise in the lesson the teacher anticipates these problems and incorporates modifications into the curriculum from the outset. It makes sense to include both in the classroom. Teachers should be anticipating student differences and planning for them from the start. However they should also be monitoring student progress and implementing adjustments that need to be made as they go. References: Price K. M. & Nelson K. L. (2018). Planning effective instruction: Diversity responsive methods and management. Servillio K. L. (9). You Get to Choose! Motivating Students to Read through Differentiated Instruction. TEACHING Exceptional Children Plus 5(5).