Individual report Using evidence to support your work, you will need to include the following: • a brief background to the significance of the chosen health issue for both the Indigenous and non-Indigenous population (e.g. how big a problem is it?)
• the impact of the health issue on the individual, family and community for both the Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians
• any identifiable gaps between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians as they relate to this health issue.
• a brief description of your campaign ( Diabetes )
• a short description of the target audience and why you chose this target audience
• how your campaign will begin to address your chosen issue. Length: Words 1500.
Analysis of complex needs of an elderly lady in the current health social care, NHS not copying, funding for the needs in the current economy and the effects of corona virus on NHS meeting the vulnerable people also the effects of keyworkers stretching themselves. The impact of these social events on staff managing in the pressure. Include Kings fund on economy and NHS funding
You will also write a paper on a specific treatment technique for Autism Spectrum Disorders. Papers should be written individually. They should incorporate at least 4 peer-reviewed journal articles and follow APA formatting. You may also use other resources (e.g., websites); however, these would be in addition to your journal articles. The paper should be 4-5 pages in length. The should cover a description of the program, targeted audience (e.g., age, level of functioning), and a summary of the research that proves its effectiveness, as well as limitiations to the program and/or the body of research available. It should follow APA guidelines. I suggest OWL Purdue as a resource
In this assignment, you will identify a nursing problem, investigate available evidence, and either present a plan for practice change or a proposal for further research. You will use the Stetler Model as a guide. This paper has two parts, outlined below. The Stetler Model is explained on pp. 384-389 of your textbook. You may use material from your discussion posts in this paper, however, you will need to revise them as necessary to meet the objectives of this assignment. This activity will address the following module outcomes: MO2: Analyze models to implement and sustain EBP. (EPSLO 7; SLO 4) MO5: Explain the role of the master’s-prepared nurse in translating evidence for practice changes in an inter-professional team. (EPSLO 2; SLO 1) Part I: Analysis of Evidence: Due Week 10 In Part I of the assignment, you will use Phase I, II, and III of the Stetler Model. These steps are described in further detail below. Please use the grading rubric to guide your work. Phase I: Preparation Define the nursing problem and present your research question. Make sure you describe the context of the problem, and why you think practice should change. Clearly identify the target population and potential benefits the population may reap from the proposed practice change. Phase II: Validation Assemble a body of evidence supporting your proposal for practice change. Perform a literature review to gather research evidence. Critique the merit of each article using the information in Chapter 5 & 6 in Melnyk & Fineout-Overholt (2019) as a guide. Present relevant cultural and contextual factors, your own individual experience and degree of expertise in this area, and preferences and values of the population. Use the qualitative [XLSX, file size 21 KB] and quantitative [XLSX, file size 21 KB] research score cards to help organize your work and develop your own thoughts about the merits of each study. It is not necessary to complete a critique if one of your sources is a clinical guideline. A completed research score card must be submitted for each article when you submit your paper. Submit all research score cards to the separate dropbox, using the appropriate score card for each study, labeled M6A1: Research Critique Forms Submission Only. You should have a minimum of seven sources (external evidence) that provide evidence about your proposed change in practice. All seven external sources must be primary sources, robust systematic reviews, or clinical guidelines derived form a large data base. Five of these sources must be from peer-reviewed nursing journals. Two sources can be from other disciplines (if appropriate), but must also be peer reviewed. You may use a clinical guideline as one of your sources, if appropriate. Phase III: Comparative Evaluation/Decision Making Synthesize the results of the evidence. Logically present and analyze the evidence, comparing and contrasting the results. This is not an annotated bibliography or a series of summaries of each article. It is a synthesis of pertinent information from the evidence. Evaluate all of the available evidence (external sources, relevant cultural and contextual factors, your own individual experience and degree of expertise in this area, and preferences and values of the population) and determine if it provides sufficient evidence to support an evidence based practice change. This portion of the paper should be 8-10 pages in length (not including title page or references) and is due Week 10. You will receive a grade on this portion of the paper and instructor feedback. You should review the feedback, and incorporate it into Part II. Your grade on Part II will be partially dependent on revisions made to Part I. Refer to the Master’s Library Guide (Links to an external site.)
Your goal is to explore. Choose a topic you are genuinely interested in learning more about. Think of questions you want answered. Be curious. For this essay, you start by researching the answer to one question, and that question/answer should lead you to other questions. Follow them and see where they take you. Research is recursive. The knowledge of the answer to one question leads you to the next question.
In this essay you will narrate your research process, and explain what you learn and how it helps answer your research question.
You should spend approximately 6 hours on this assignment.
Pre-Write: Start with the research questions you developed for Discussion 1: Research Brainstorming. That is it. This anti-essay does not require pre-writing. The essay is about exploring the idea. Write: List your initial research question(s).
(These were my research questions) If there wasn’t such a huge stigma on mental illness would more people seek help and would the suicide rate be lower than what it is today? What causes mental health problems? Why is there such a big stigma placed on this topic? What does someone need to do if they have a mental illness, what kind of treatment needs to be sought? Can traumatic events in one’s life cause mental illness? Is mental health genetic? How/do epidemics such as the corona virus effect those individuals with mental illnesses?
Write out your process – exactly, and step-by-step. (Yes, you’ll say: “The first thing I did to find information was to…) Explain what you learned from each source you consulted and how the information connects to your research question. Your initial research should lead you to more questions. Start following those and duplicate the process: ask the question, do more research, write about it. Ask good questions and pursue them until you run out of questions. Rather than writing a conclusion, end the essay with an argumentative thesis developed from the information you found on your exploratory journey. This thesis will become your working thesis for your Module 5 researched argument. Tips for Success: Don’t try to look for a thesis as you research. Simply ask and answer questions. Don’t try to figure out where the research is taking you. Let your questions lead the way. You must cite 7-8 sources in your text. Create a correctly formatted (MLA Style) Works Cited page that lists your cited sources. At least three of your sources should be academic journal articles. You should use at least three different types of sources. Think back to your scavenger hunt activity. Your research should rely heavily on academic journal articles, but also consider magazines, news articles, podcasts, documentaries, government sources, and internet sites. Pay attention to the credibility of the sources you consult. This essay should be approximately 1,300-1,500 words. Please be sure to use correct MLA Style for your essay and to create an MLA Works Cited page. Need help with MLA?
Term Paper (Draft and Final Version): For this assignment I would like you to select a current issue in biopsychology or a topic that needs addressed, examples: neurological basis of consciousness, treatments of Alzheimer’s disease, neurobiological basis of disease and effective diagnosis, mechanisms of action of anti-depressants, biological markers of response to therapy etc. I am willing to be flexible on the topic because I would like this to be something that is of interest to you, however you must have your topic approved by me prior to writing your paper. The paper should be written in APA (https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/section/2/10/) format, be 10-12 pages in length (not including references or the title page) and contain the following components: • Title Page • Abstract Page o Abstract should be approximately 4-10 sentences o The abstract must summarize your findings, it should not be a prospective statement about what the paper “might” address o Write the abstract after you have finished the rest of the paper • Paper Body o Introduction (2-3 pages) ▪ Introduce the topic that you are going to be investigating or detailing in the bulk of your paper ▪ Make sure that you define all terms and all acronyms (example: prefrontal cortex (PFC)). o Analysis/assessment (6-8 pages) ▪ In this section you should provide a logical, sequential and thorough analysis of your topic of interest. For example: Lesion method • How was the lesion method developed • Why was it developed • What was learned from its implementation • Were there issues/problems? • How did they resolve those problems? • Were there developments (e.g. physical lesion vs chemical lesion) • How has this approach been utilized and what has been gained as a result of its use • Is this approach still valid? • Has it been replaced or is it complimentary to other approaches ▪ Be sure that you are providing significant examples for each of these types of questions o Summary/Conclusion/Future Directions (2-3 pages) ▪ In a couple of paragraphs summarize the main findings of your research ▪ What are the key points/take-away messages? ▪ Are there instances where this approach might be utilized in other types of research or combined with newer technologies etc? • References/Works Cited o Minimum of 10 references o Appropriate references include peer-reviewed scientific journal articles o Find references: ▪ National Library of Medicine (www.pubmedcentral.com) all articles are full-text and freely accessible ▪ Do not use your textbook ▪ Do not cite lectures ▪ Do not cite websites, with the following exceptions: • Centers for Disease Control (cdc.gov) • National Institutes of Health (nih.gov): Multiple Institutes contained within: NIA, NINDS, NIMH, NIDA etc.
Considerations for your paper: • As this is an upper division course it is expected that you will proof-read your papers prior to them being submitted to me, significant grammatical/structural errors will result in a decreased grade • The draft should not be considered a “rough” draft but rather a good version that will allow me to provide you with significant feedback so that the final version is complete • Issues not addressed in the draft version will result in a lower grade on the final version of the paper. • Make sure that you write with an outline, I cannot stress this enough!!!
This a paper is the product of an Internet-based epidemiological fact-finding assignment. Using the “Environmental & Health Data Portal” of the NYC Department of Health & Mental Hygiene’s website : http://a816-dohbesp.nyc.gov/IndicatorPublic/QuickView.aspx students are required to describe the most recently available epidemiological data of a NYC neighborhood in the following public health areas: 1) Asthma & the Environment; 2) Climate & Health; 3) Housing & Health; 4) Outdoor Air & Health; and 5) Overall Community Health (making specific note of any interesting health outcomes). Students should summarize their findings in each of these areas, specifically discussing the current health outcomes in this neighborhood in comparison to NYC as a whole. Moreover, the paper should identify potential determinants of the current health outcomes and potential interventions for improving health (at various levels of influence). The paper should finish with original thoughts (connecting their findings to course readings and discussions).
For assignment one trauma informed care
(TIC). One of the key features of trauma
informed care is to avoid re-traumatising the person through the practices of
the service. For many people, being admitted to a mental health service places
them at risk of witnessing or experiencing a traumatic event, and hence being
re-traumatised. Some of these traumatising events include:
witnessing traumatic events
being around frightening or violent patients
feeling medications are used as a threat or punishment
unwanted sexual advances
Conduct a review of the literature
concerning TIC taking into account the following sections that need to be
addressed for this paper. Develop a brief paper of 1,500 words (about 6 pages
with title page, end text references and appendices excluded).
Have a title page with your name,
address and student number
Introduce your paper and its objectives
(Half a page)
Define TIC and discuss the evidence
from the literature concerning TIC (Two pages)
Outline effective evaluation tools (One
Consider one aspect
of Re-traumatisation (see key points above) and consider how this could be
reduced in the clinical setting (Two pages)
Conclude your paper (Half a page)Provide references in APA (6th edition) style
Find a current health policy legislation issue that is under review or being considered for passage.
Develop a paper that addresses the following: Identify and describe the legislation and/or proposed bill. Describe the key aspects of the legislation or bill and discuss the areas of health care addressed.
Provide a description of the health care issue included in the proposed bill and how it influences nursing practice or nursing care as well as how it will potentially impact the health care system, patients and communities.
Include two to three newspaper articles in your references (eg. The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, or Journal News) that address the legislation or proposed bill.
Support your position about this legislation or bill using evidence and literature.
Type of service-Academic paper writing Type of assignment-Research Paper Subject-Nursing Pages / words-5 / 1375 Academic level-High School Paper format-APA Line spacing-Double Language style-US English