Write a term paper about Peutz Jeghers Syndrome for Laboratory class.
You are an employee of the State bank of Vietnam and your bank participates in a range of forums and takes part in international discussions with other central banks. The topics include the state of the world economy and measures to ensure the stability of financial markets and to improve their structure.”
In addition, the bank also conducts research and studies on financial issues, compiles and releases statistics and engages in public relations activities. You have been asked to present a research paper in one of the forums on any one financial issue existing in the financial sector that needs the attention of various central banks globally.
In the written research paper, you should conduct your own research which goes above and beyond the course materials provided to you. The aim of this assessment is to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding through a written Paper. Your research Paper begins with finding an issue given on any contemporary topics like regulation of financial markets in different countries, Basel III, derivative markets, or any topic of your interest from the global financial markets and institutions.You should identify an issue that you believe is both important and of interest to you. Various videos have been posted on the assignment page “Research paper” on canvas that may give you some ideas for some new and emerging issues in the global financial sector.
Identify a research question that would guide your exploration of the area of research interest that you have identified. Note: see below the video to know how to write a research question and other relevant information which will help you to do this assignment.
After you have identified a research question, you will need to investigate possible approaches to examine your chosen research question and map out your strategy. Your final product will be assessed on how well you succeed in identifying, explaining and analysing relevant issues and arguments, to produce a clear and concise paper, where issues are logically developed in a well-thought-out structure, and how well you can support your findings with the relevant evidence.
Design approach – Your research paper is a conceptual paper, which examines a range of literature called “literature review” relating to your selected research question. Conceptual papers are simply papers without data
The exam has been provided to you on the first day of class so you are free to begin working on it whenever you want as long as it is submitted before the deadline. There are four questions. You must answer all four questions. Each question is worth 25 points. The exam is worth a total of 100 points.
Conduct three short interviews with people from your surroundings (friends, colleagues, relatives). You will then write a report of these interviews. Discuss what you learned from this exercise and relate it to material covered in this course.
Use the following questions as your guide:
a) Do you know (or knew) people with HIV/AIDS? Describe your experience with them.
b) Do you think HIV/AIDS is still a major problem in the US? Explain why or why not.
c) What are your views about “risk groups”?
d) Why is it that the African continent (or the Third World in general) is affected so strongly by HIV/AIDS?
e) Do you think HIV/AIDS is still a stigmatized disease?
Note: You can ask the same questions with all three interviewees. You are expected to come up with an additional 2-3 questions on your own. Write a summary and analysis of the interview results and a conclusion. The names of your interviewees are to be kept anonymous but provide a brief background on the person (age, gender, occupation, educational level, relationship to you).
Design a small HIV/AIDS-related awareness project that is geared toward a specific audience in your local community. Identify where this proposed project would be implemented. Examples include your place of employment, gym, place of worship, local library, community organization, etc. Projects can range from talks to high school students or senior citizens, designing posters or pamphlets, organizing fundraisers for local HIV/AIDS organizations etc.
Describe the following in your plan (be as detailed as possible):
a) Name of project (come up with a catchy title)
b) Identify target audience (and explain why you chose this group)
c) Choose setting for your project
d) Duration of project
f) Describe how your project will be implemented
g) How much will your project cost? What resources would you need? How will you obtain the funds and resources?
h) How will you assess the effectiveness of your project
Case scenario. Your friend confides in you that he/she has engaged in unprotected sex with several partners over the past six months and is worried about contracting HIV. However, he/she is reluctant to get tested. Explain how you would encourage someone like this to get tested.
Include the following in your answer:
a) Why testing for HIV is so important.
b) What tests are used to detect HIV
c) Difference between a false positive and a false negative result
d) What is a rapid test and what types of rapid tests are available
e) Pros and cons of new HIV testing kits that can be done at home (e.g., Oraquick)
f) Who should get tested
g) Should HIV testing should be mandatory for everyone
h) When should young people get tested
i) How can we do a better job encouraging more people to get tested
You have been asked to write a newspaper editorial in your local paper about the need for more funding for HIV/AIDS treatment in the US.
Address the following:
a) Why treatment is important
b) When treatment should be initiated for someone with HIV
c) What are the stages of the disease without treatment and prognosis
d) What are some side effects of the current HIV drugs
e) What are some challenges associated with taking HIV drugs
f) Discuss issues related to non-adherence to treatment
g) Discuss the impact of HIV treatment advances on risk behaviors
h) Political and social factors influencing policies relating to HIV treatment funding
Observe and collaborate with your mentor teacher about the following aspects of assessment, testing, and differentiated instruction:
How is instruction adjusted according to state (Louisiana) and district(Orleans) test results in ? How is professional development adjusted according to state and district test results?
Explain how instruction is differentiated based on state and district test results.
How is technology integrated to administer the tests?
How are test results delivered to families?
Considering laws of assessments in respect to IEPs etc., how are accommodations provided, delivered, and included in the analysis of state and district test results?
What types of assessments/strategies are used to prepare for state and district tests?
Using any remaining field experience hours, assist the teacher in providing instruction and support to the class.
Consider your discussion and collaboration with your mentor teacher. Write a 250-500 word reflection describing how your mentor teacher analyzes and adapts instruction based on assessment results. Why is this practice vital in meeting the needs of all students? Be sure to reflect upon how you will use these findings in your future professional practice(Physical Ed Teacher).
Assignment: Advocating for the Nursing Role in Program Design and Implementation
As their names imply, the honeyguide bird and the honey badger both share an affinity for honey. Honeyguide birds specialize in finding beehives but struggle to access the honey within. Honey badgers are well-equipped to raid beehives but cannot always find them. However, these two honey-loving species have learned to collaborate on an effective means to meet their objectives. The honeyguide bird guides honey badgers to newly discovered hives. Once the honey badger has ransacked the hive, the honey guide bird safely enters to enjoy the leftover honey.
Much like honeyguide birds and honey badgers, nurses and health professionals from other specialty areas can—and should—collaborate to design effective programs. Nurses bring specialties to the table that make them natural partners to professionals with different specialties. When nurses take the requisite leadership in becoming involved throughout the healthcare system, these partnerships can better design and deliver highly effective programs that meet objectives.
In this Assignment, you will practice this type of leadership by advocating for a healthcare program. Equally as important, you will advocate for a collaborative role of the nurse in the design and implementation of this program. To do this, assume you are preparing to be interviewed by a professional organization/publication regarding your thoughts on the role of the nurse in the design and implementation of new healthcare programs.
• Review the Resources and reflect on your thinking regarding the role of the nurse in the design and implementation of new healthcare programs.
• Select a healthcare program within your practice and consider the design and implementation of this program.
• Reflect on advocacy efforts and the role of the nurse in relation to healthcare program design and implementation.
The Assignment: (2–3 pages)
In a paper, create an interview transcript of your responses to the following interview questions:
• Tell us about a healthcare program, within your practice. What are the costs and projected outcomes of this program?
• Who is your target population?
• What is the role of the nurse in providing input for the design of this healthcare program? Can you provide examples?
• What is your role as an advocate for your target population for this healthcare program? Do you have input into design decisions? How else do you impact design?
• What is the role of the nurse in healthcare program implementation? How does this role vary between design and implementation of healthcare programs? Can you provide examples?
• Who are the members of a healthcare team that you believe are most needed to implement a program? Can you explain why?
1. Identify a developed country based multinational enterprise (MNE) that has over time developed its business activities in a developed or developing country. Discuss its entry strategy and/or post-entry management of headquarter-subsidiary relationships in relation to its long-term performance in the host country market.
This question requires an in-depth discussion about some, if not all, of the following issues:
• Entry mode choice of the MNE in the host country market. If strategic alliance(s) are used, comment on the strategic rationales of the alliance(s) and the fit between the partners. How is the MNE’s host market performance related to entry mode choice and alliance management?
• The ways in which the MNE addresses its headquarter-subsidiary relationships to address the potential tension between global integration and local responsiveness. How is the MNE’s host market performance related to the management of the tension?