In 200 words Choose one of the dilemmas listed under the section “Common Ethical Dilemmas in Health Organizations”

In 200 words Choose one of the dilemmas listed under the section “Common Ethical Dilemmas in Health Organizations” from

Title: Leadership For Health Professionals

Edition: 3rd (2017)

Author: Ledlow, Coppola

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Book

ISBN: 978-1-2841-0941-2

, and discuss its complexities. Explain why you selected this dilemma. As a healthcare leader, how do you approach issues regarding the dilemma you selected?

Select two of the following discussion questions for your discussion response. Indicate which questions you have chosen using the format displayed in the “Discussion Forum Sample.”

Minimum of 300 words with at least 2 peer review reference in 6th edition apa style.

 

Select two of the following discussion questions for your discussion response. Indicate which questions you have chosen using the format displayed in the “Discussion Forum Sample.”

  1. A 78-year-old female presents with fevers, altered mental status, and an elevated white blood count. She has nuchal rigidity. From what possible conditions might she be suffering? Explain your reasoning.
  2. A 10-year-old boy comes to the ER severely dehydrated and listless. His mother states that he has been drinking 3 gallons of water a day along with urinating hourly and wetting the bed for the past week. What is your working diagnosis followed with treatment plans and laboratory considerations?
  3. A 55-year-old male has had uncontrolled diabetes for 15 years. He is a truck driver and requires insulin. His greatest concern is his neuropathy. What is the pathophysiology associated with neuropathy and uncontrolled diabetes? What are the evidence-based practice guidelines?

When you started the course you may have known some basic principles but now you have a solid foundation to tackle many different problems.

When you started the course you may have known some basic principles but now you have a solid foundation to tackle many different problems.

Please answer the following questions:

  • How do you feel about your progress meeting the course objectives?
  • Are you surprised by your progress?
  • What is one learning objective that you wish you understood better?

Course Learning Objectives:

  1. Apply psychological theories to human behavior.
  2. Analyze theories of human development.
  3. Classify select psychological disorders and therapies.

Next, evaluate one of your fellow students’ post by agreeing or disagreeing with the way they derived their answer.

The paper is to be at least 15 pages and requires a minimum of 5 resources within the last 5 years. APA, 6th edition formatting is required.

Topic: Future Trends

Deliverable Length: At least 15 pages

The family is in an enduring social institution, and today, many families are being impacted by the needs of their aging members. The family, as a unit, provides the link to understanding the intergenerational history and heritage, acknowledgment of the present, and the hope for the future of the family. The family of today deals with various challenges, including social, cultural, ethnic, environmental, economic and socioeconomic, psychosocial, community, and special issue concerns. Because families are unique and the development of the family depends on responses to common and uncommon experiences shaping and molding the family environment, it is critical to understand all of the theoretical frameworks, multiple systems, and total processes of assessment and intervention options. This will help the family resolve issues and improve functionality within their family unit and community. Complete the following:

  • Create a fictional family with at least 3 generations, one of them aging, within the family.
  • Identify an older member of the family who may be either active or frail and elderly and may or may not live in the household.
  • Identify both the strengths and needs of the family.
  • Identify the problem that will be addressed.
  • Provide a theoretical perspective on aging by which this problem will be addressed.
  • Compare and contrast courses of action using appropriate counseling techniques.

The paper is to be at least 15 pages and requires a minimum of 5 resources within the last 5 years. APA, 6th edition formatting is required.

Identify three types of foundations and discuss the roles these types of foundations play in philanthropy. What are the arguments offered against the value of foundations? Your answer must have at least two citations and corresponding references – one from the relevant course text, and one from an academic journal article published within the past 5 – 7 years.

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500 word essay using strictly the notes I have gathered down below ONLY*

QUESTION:

Identify three types of foundations and discuss the roles these types of foundations play in philanthropy. What are the arguments offered against the value of foundations? Your answer must have at least two citations and corresponding references – one from the relevant course text, and one from an academic journal article published within the past 5 – 7 years.

The Philanthropy Reader by Michael Moody and Beth Breeze

  • “Leaders of foundation – usually a staff of professionals guided by a board of trustees – provide funds from the foundation’s income or endowment to support not-for-profit organizations, charities, or other programs and organizations in accordance with the mission designated by the founder” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 338)
  • First role – Driver 
    • Rockefeller Foundation – drove the Green Revolution which launched in 1945. It helped develop new varieties of grains in particular climates and help alleviate the lack of adequate food in certain communities. The key to maintaining a focused pursuit of the objective of increased grain yields and to implementing the strategy as rapidly as possible (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 339)
    • “Pursuing specific objectives according to a strategy they develop and whose implementation they guide” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 339)
    • “When a particular social, economic, or cultural goal can be visualized clearly and a practical strategy can be developed to attain it, a foundation may choose to play the role of Driver.” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 338)
    • “When a foundation can define and limit a problem, and believes that it can map a strategy for solving the problem, then the Driver role may be appropriate, especially when no other institution can play that role as well or as faithfully as the foundation” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 339)
  • Second role – Partner
    • Bill and Melinda Gates foundation – had a specific goal to achieve and a strategy that “involved funding the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa” (Nally & Taylor, 2015)
    • “The Gates Foundation, the Walton Family Foundation, and the Broad Foundation all contributed to the growth and development of charter schools.” (Levine, 2015).
    • “The foundation shares the power to shape a strategy and makes crucial decisions together with other partner organizations, making grants to support those organizations as well as others that simply implement that strategy” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 338)
    • “The partner foundation shares control and accountability with the grant-receiving organization” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 340)
    • “The role of Partner is likely to be appropriate whenever a foundation has a strategic objective that can be accomplished by working with an existing, usually non profit organization that shares with the foundation both the goal and the strategy for attaining it” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 340)
    • “The role of Partner is generally more cost-effective for the foundation than that of Driver, demanding less commitment of time and energy by the foundation’s staff.” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 340)
    • “Most foundations choose to operate as Partners, and not just as a way of saving energy, time, and money.” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 340)
  • Third role – Catalyst
    • “When tackling a problem for which a strategy is inconceivable, inappropriate, or premature, a foundation may make grants to organizations that generally deal with the problem, without specifying or expecting particular outcomes” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 338)
    • “Lower commitment grants in which the foundation restricts itself to the role of Catalyst, scattering resources like Johnny Appleseed in hopes that some of the initiatives supported will bear fruits” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 341)
    • “The Catalyst role may seem less impressive than the grandly strategic roles of Driver or Partner. The Catalyst is unlikely ever to receive a Nobel Prize for its efforts. Yet the role of Catalyst is important for foundations to fill.” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 341)
  • “The central force promoting the creation of these valuable social institutions was a foundation” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 337)
  • “There are thousands of foundations actively working for the betterment of society here in the U.S. and around the world. And behind each foundation stands a wealthy individual or family that chose to declare “enough is enough”, and then gave away a significant portion of wealth for the benefit of the wider community rather than hoard it, invest it, or spend even more of it on personal pleasures” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 337)
  • “Foundations enable the creation of countless civic-sector organizations – groups dealing with human rights, civil liberties, social policy experimentation, public advocacy, environmental protection, knowledge generation, human capital building, and service delivery, among other causes – and assist them in building national, regional, and local constituencies that move into the forefront of continuing social change” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 338)
  • “Foundations play significant social roles, although their specific form and function varies – like other expressions of philanthropic impulse – across cultural, historical, and national contexts” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 316)
  • “In many societies foundations enjoy a privileged status as valued institutions” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 316)
  • “While foundations exist for the primary purpose of philanthropic giving, corporations exist for the primary purpose of creating wealth and profit.” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 317)
  • “Foundations have been political “gatekeepers”, funding the movement initiatives that were successfully translated into public policy and institutional reforms” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 348)
  • What are the arguments offered against the value of foundations?
    • “When a social problem is not discrete and well-bounded, when it permeates large segments of society, or when it is created in part by dug-in interest groups, a foundation can usually do little to solve the problem beyond ameliorating some of its symptoms and suggesting through research or pilot programs some directions in which ultimate solutions may be found” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 341)
    • “Foundations, especially in the U.S., are under attack from across the political spectrum – from various House and Senate committees, government agencies, advocates for the nonprofit sector, and from within their own ranks” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 343)
    • “Foundations are suffering the effects of abuse and mismanagement by a minority, as well as criticisms that they have become “flabby” and ‘complacent’”(Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 343)
    • “Foundations in other countries, such as the UK and Australia, are facing similar and growing demands for greater oversight and accountability, even though the particular issues may be different” (Moody & Breeze, 2016, p. 343)

https://www-sciencedirect-com.proxylib.csueastbay.edu/science/article/pii/S096262981500027XThe politics of self-help: The Rockefeller Foundation, philanthropy and the ‘long’ Green Revolution

  • “The Rockefeller Foundation promoted rural development projects that deliberately sought to ‘emancipate’ the tradition-bound peasant, transforming him or her into a productive, enterprising subject” (Nally & Taylor, 2015)
  • “However, more modestly we can note that the politics of ‘self-help’ remains a key pillar of contemporary Rockefeller Foundation philanthropy, most conspicuously through its on-going partnership with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in funding the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) initiated in 2006.” (Nally & Taylor, 2015)

Nally, D., & Taylor, S. (2015). The politics of self-help: The Rockefeller Foundation, philanthropy and the ‘long’ Green Revolution. Political Geography49, 51–63. doi: 10.1016/j.polgeo.2015.04.005

http://web.a.ebscohost.com.proxylib.csueastbay.edu/ehost/pdfviewer/pdfviewer?vid=1&sid=f7c6cb77-b32b-41cf-8a47-60ef4af1ff5b%40sdc-v-sessmgr03

Levine, Murray. 2016. “Andrew Carnegie and Bill Gates: Philanthropy and Oligarchy, Then and Now.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 86 (1): 1–9. doi:10.1037/ort0000150.

 I want a literature review on elder abuse how it can be prevented in residential care 1500 to 2000 words  excluding reference and title pages.

I want a literature review on elder abuse how it can be prevented in residential care 1500 to 2000 words  excluding reference and title pages.

Please research must include Ireland. In fact must be for Ireland, however compare with other countries and use  simple English.

Keep in mind this my last final dissertation. Please ensure there no plagiarism and of high quality.

In an essay of at least 1,200 words (about 4-5 pages), chose a topic about which you can make an argument based upon a claim of policy. You may use one of the topics in the background readings listed above or you may decide to select a topic of your own.

Writing Task

In an essay of at least 1,200 words (about 4-5 pages), chose a topic about which you can make an argument based upon a claim of policy. You may use one of the topics in the background readings listed above or you may decide to select a topic of your own.

Based upon the issue that you have chosen, what should or could be done about this issue? What is one way that it could or should realistically be addressed?

You will need to use at least three outside sources in your final draft. If you choose one of the topics suggested by the textbook readings, you may use one of the textbook readings as one of the minimum three sources. You may want to use more than one of the textbook readings, but only one of them will count toward meeting the minimum of three outside sources.

Use MLA format when introducing and citing sources, including the readings from the textbook. You will also need to include a Works Cited list that includes all of the outside sources you used in your final draft. The Works Cited list does not count toward the minimum word count.

Some notes to help you with writing your essay: 

1. Be prepared to describe the problem or issue to readers who might not be familiar with it. For example, you’ll need to establish how widespread or serious an issue or problem it is. Some data, statistics, etc. would be helpful in defining the problem for your audience.

2. Make a list of the cause or causes of the problem. Your solution should probably address them directly. If you can get rid of the cause or causes of the problem, maybe you can get rid of the problem itself.

3. Choose a specific action that you want to propose. Make it as clear and direct as possible. Your proposed solution could eliminate or just lessen the problem, but it should not be so broad as to suggest that “something should be done.” Be specific about what that “something” should or could be.

4. Clearly explain the steps that would need to be taken to implement your proposal. Be sure to include who would be involved in each of the steps and what costs (money, time, effort, etc.) might be associated with each step (and overall).

5. Describe what the outcome would be. If your proposal were implemented, how would things be different? In particularly, how would they be better than they are now?

6. The counterarguments this time will likely be the other proposals that people have made regarding this issue or problem. You will need to describe them and then explain why your proposal is better or stronger than each of the alternatives.

For your final project, you will choose a subject, find three expressions of that subject in three different Humanities disciplines, describe the three different presentations, and offer an analysis of each of your choices.

For your final project, you will choose a subject, find three expressions of that subject in three different Humanities disciplines, describe the three different presentations, and offer an analysis of each of your choices.

Due Dates

  • Part 1:      Selection of Topic due at the end of Week 3
  • Part 2:      Development of your topic due at the end of Week 6
  • Part 3:      Paper due at the end of Week 8

Purpose
The purpose of this assignment is to apply the concepts and skills you have learned during the semester for how to analyze works w

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 In response to federal policy and service requirements, health insurance plans are increasingly developing high-deductible insurance policies and narrow networks. These types of policies require the consumer to pay more out-of-pocket. To portray this in a positive light, this trend has been labeled as “consumer-based” to suggest that the consumer must pay more from their own funds and, thus, encourage consumers to make better health care choices. However, this could be labeled as a burden on the consumer.

Assignment Content

  1.    In response to federal policy and service requirements, health insurance plans are increasingly developing high-deductible insurance policies and narrow networks. These types of policies require the consumer to pay more out-of-pocket. To portray this in a positive light, this trend has been labeled as “consumer-based” to suggest that the consumer must pay more from their own funds and, thus, encourage consumers to make better health care choices. However, this could be labeled as a burden on the consumer.

    Write a 350- to 525-word article that identifies and evaluates the impact that federal or state health care policies are having on consumer costs. Explore both positive and negative effects.

    Cite 3 reputable references to support your assignment (e.g., trade or industry publications, government or agency websites, scholarly works, or other sources of similar quality).

For this assignment you will need to read and write about the factors that impact the health indicator in your country of choice. You will more than likely use information collected in Assignment 2 as well. While you may use websites, you will also need to explore your country and health indicator in peer-reviewed journals. Please use at least two peer-reviewed journals to support your information. 

 

For this assignment you will need to read and write about the factors that impact the health indicator in your country of choice. You will more than likely use information collected in Assignment 2 as well. While you may use websites, you will also need to explore your country and health indicator in peer-reviewed journals. Please use at least two peer-reviewed journals to support your information.

  • Risk Factors A risk factor is any attribute, characteristic or exposure of an individual that increases the likelihood of developing a disease or injury. Some examples of the more important risk factors are underweight, unsafe sex, high blood pressure, tobacco and alcohol consumption, and unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene. (WHO)
  • Determinants of health The determinants of health include the social, economic, and physical environment in which people live. These factors include income, social class, education, social support, living conditions, gender/sex, access to health services, and other conditions in which people work and live. Determinants of health also include genetics and individual behaviors. https://www.who.int/hia/evidence/doh/en/ (Links to an external site.)

You will summarize what you learn using the following required format:

I. Identify Risk Factors: (4 points) Restate your country and health indicator. Identify the risk factors associated with your health indicator. Identify the most vulnerable segments of the population relative to the indicator. Explain why this is true—this is based on what you have read and what you can infer from the current situation in the country.

II. Identify the Determinants of Health Identify the determinants of health (including social determinants) that have the greatest impact on your health indicator and most vulnerable population. This will include summarizing what you have read and learned as well as your own understanding of these factors.

III. Your assessment of the issue 

  • What are the needs and priorities of your population?
  • What do we know about the health issue in terms of what causes it and who is most affected? What is the evidence for this? How does the evidence apply across different population groups?
  • What are the determinants of health that contribute to the health issue? What are the causes of the causes?
  • What could be changed to impact the health issue? What are the priorities?

IV. Resources 

At least two peer-reviewed articles must be used for this assignment. Websites are also useful. You must use APA citation format.

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