international markets

Importance of assessing economic factors in international markets

Using these three chapters as a foundation, in a 3-page paper, respond to the following questions:

Reading: chapter 2, 3, and 4 – Hill, C.W. L. (2020). International Business: Competing in the Global Marketplace. [VitalSource Bookshelf]. Retrieved from

(a) Describe the importance of assessing economic factors in international markets; and what are some economic factors / indicators you would analyze.

(b) Describe the importance of assessing political and legal factors in international markets.

(c) Describe the importance of assessing cultural factors in international markets.

Note: Please make sure to create sub-sections in your paper where you focus on each of these questions

Most classes have a 2 paper requirement per course. Please be sure to address the following requirements when completing your papers:

  •  The cover page and reference page/s are not included in the above-stated page requirement. These should be in addition to page requirements.
  •  Papers need to be formatted in proper APA 7th Edition style.
  •  Each paper requires a minimum of at least three outside peer-reviewed sources for your references (unless stated otherwise in the guidance above).

o   Acceptable/credible sources include: Academic journals and books, industry journals,  and the class textbook.   To include additional types of sources, please review the “Guidelines for finding and utilizing required references for your paper,” shared below.

  •  Using your textbook is highly recommended to demonstrate that you have read the required material and/or are connecting new thoughts to the course text/learnings.

HR Planning and Virtual HRM

 HR as an Evolving Function

Based on the case (HR Planning and Virtual HRM) respond briefly to the following:

2 Trends in HR Technology

Locate an article on the internet that talks about trends in HR technology. Post the URL link to the article and a one paragraph summary on the Discussion Board #8.

Discuss three trends that you think are more effective than others and why.


Maternal health resources

Maternal health resources

1) a) Select the state where you plan to practice as a nurse practitioner and/or nurse leader.

I choose Florida…

b) investigate the state’s policies on access to maternal health resources such as contraceptive care including abortion for

c) women with and

d) without health insurance coverage.

2) Identify what are the state’s infant and maternal mortality rates

3) discuss the possible relationship between these factors.

nursing process

American Cancer Society

The nursing process is a tool that puts knowledge into practice. By utilizing this systematic problem-solving method, nurses can determine the health care needs of an individual and provide personalized care.


Write a  (1,750-2,000 words) on cancer and approach to care based on the utilization of the nursing process. Include the following in your:

  1. Describe the diagnosis and staging of cancer.
  2. Describe at least three complications of cancer, the side effects of treatment, and methods to lessen physical and psychological effects.
  3. Discuss what factors contribute to the yearly incidence and mortality rates of various cancers in Americans.
  4. Explain how the American Cancer Society (ACS) might provide education and support. What ACS services would you recommend and why?
  5. Explain how the nursing process is utilized to provide safe and effective care for cancer patients across the life span. Your explanation should include each of the five phases and demonstrate the delivery of holistic and patient-focused care.
  6. Discuss how undergraduate education in liberal arts and science studies contributes to the foundation of nursing knowledge and prepares nurses to work with patients utilizing the nursing process. Consider mathematics, social and physical sciences, and science studies as an interdisciplinary research area.

You are required to cite to a minimum of four sources to complete this assignment. Sources must be published within the last 5 years and appropriate for the assignment criteria and relevant to nursing practice.


Dissemination of EBP

Dissemination of EBP and research, such as presenting results at a conference or writing an article for a journal, is an important part of professional practice. Identify one professional journal and one nursing or health care conference where you might present your project. Discuss why each of your choices is the best option for you to disseminate your new knowledge.

Impacts of EBP

Why EBP is an essential component of the practice of a BSN-prepared RN

Discuss why EBP is an essential component of the practice of a BSN-prepared RN. Identify two ways in which you will continue to integrate evidence into your practice and encourage it within your work environment. What obstacles could challenge this plan, and what steps will you take to minimize their impact?

Transportation method

Transportation method

Is the transportation method an example of decision making under certainty or decision making under uncertainty? Why? Frequently, management is solving transportation problem(s) to achieve which goal(s)


Must be answered in 400 words not including topic question.


linear programming

linear programming

Write a 1600- word essay addressing each of the following points/questions. Be sure to completely answer all the questions for each bullet point. Separate each section in your paper with a clear heading that allows you to know which bullet you are addressing in that section of your paper. Support your ideas with three (3) sources in your essay. Make sure to reference the citations using the APA writing style for the essay. The cover page and reference page do not count towards the minimum word amount.

  • Define linear programming and how it is used in businesses to solve problems.
  • Explain how can linear programming be used to solve transportation problems?
  • How does your company deal with transportation problems associated with receiving raw material, stocking finished goods, and distribution to retail stores? You can reference another company you know the answer this question.
  • Give an example of transshipment problem. You can use network diagram for illustration. Can linear programming be used to solve transshipment problems? What constraints are necessary to solve such problems?


How Victorian period morality in England is reflected in the duality

Write 6-to-8-page that explores how Victorian period morality in England is reflected in the duality of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. You are required to use a minimum of the five outside sources I have provided. Do not use any other outside sources.  Do not use “I” or “you.”

Make sure that you fully address the duality of the character and how it relates to 19th century Victorian morality.  Your introduction should establish this; your thesis should make a specific claim about this; and your conclusion should take everything you have discussed in your body paragraphs and come to a conclusion about this.

Introduction: clearly and specifically introduce your reader to these questions.  Set up what Victorian England morality was. Introduce your reader to what duality is– and how that pertains, in particular, to Jekyll and Hyde.

Thesis statement: make a specific claim about the duality of the character and how it relates to 19th century Victorian morality

Mental Health Legal and Ethical 

Mental Health Legal and Ethical 

Evan is a psychiatric nurse working on an inpatient floor in a general community hospital. Mr. Girardi has been in a car accident, which has landed both him and his daughter in critical care. Because of Mr. Girardi’s extensive injuries, his physicians prescribe that he be put on light sedatives that do not induce coma but keep him sleepy and calm. They simultaneously decide not to immediately inform him of his daughter’s critical condition. The rationale for both decisions is their concern that he does not cry, which would cause extended damage to his perforated lung. Mr. Girardi is kept drowsy and motionless and as pain-free as possible. He has asked about his daughter, but when told that the staff will check on her, he is satisfied with that and drifts back to sleep.

Mr. Girardi’s wife arrives to stay with him. It is 3:18 am, and Evan has just administered Mr. Girardi a sedative through his IV set. Mrs. Girardi tells Evan that her husband took his last “kidney stone pill” at 6 pm with his dinner before he and his daughter left the house. “He’s overdue for that kidney stone pill,” Mrs. Girardi says. “He’s not supposed to skip that.”

Evan says, “He shouldn’t take anything else right now, but I’ll check that out.” She assures Mrs. Girardi that she’ll ask the doctor about that and leaves the room.

Fifteen minutes later, Evan returns, explaining that she consulted with the hospital surgeon, who checked with Mr. Girardi’s urologist. The urologist confirmed that the “kidney stone pill” was a painkiller, which, under the circumstances, should be discontinued as long as Mr. Girardi is on the more powerful IV sedatives.

“Oh, that’s okay,” Mrs. Girardi tells Evan. “He woke up a bit while you were gone, and I was able to give him his pills.”

Mr. Girardi suffers moderate complications from the IV sedative and oral analgesic combination, which extends his hospital stay by 2 days. The Girardis feel that the hospital should have been in better control of the overdose, saying that if the staff had been on top of things and supervising more closely, this would not have happened.

  1. In the case of Mr. Girardi, do you think this case is most concerned with cause in fact, proximate cause, or foreseeability of harm?

Answer all the questions below each of the scenarios.

2.As Joe, a registered nurse, prepares the medication for the evening shift, he notices that two of his patients’ medications are missing. Both are bedtime Ativan (lorazepam). When he phones the pharmacy to send up the missing medications, the pharmacist responds, “You people need to watch your carts more carefully because this has become a pattern.” Shortly after, another patient complains to Joe that he did not receive his 5 p.m. Xanax (alprazolam). On the medication administration record, Beth has recorded that she has given the drugs. Joe suspects that Beth may be diverting the drugs.

  1. What actions can Joe take regarding his suspicions of Beth?
  2. If Beth admits that she has been diverting the drugs, should Joe’s next step be to report Beth to the supervisor or to the board of nursing?
  3. When Joe talks to the nursing supervisor, should he identify Beth or should he state his suspicions in general terms?

One day, Linda arrives at work on the behavioral care unit. She is informed that the staffing office has requested that a nurse from the psychiatric unit report to the ICU. They need help in caring for an agitated car accident victim with a history of schizophrenia. Linda goes to the ICU and joins a nurse named Corey in providing care for the patient. Eventually, the patient is stabilized and goes to sleep, and Corey leaves the unit for a break. Because Linda is unfamiliar with the telemetry equipment, she fails to recognize that the patient is having an arrhythmia, and the patient experiences a cardiopulmonary arrest. Although he is successfully resuscitated, he suffers permanent brain damage.

  1. Can Linda legally practice in this situation? (That is, does her registered nurse license permit her to practice in the ICU?)
  2. Does the ability to practice legally in an area differ from the ability to practice competently in that area?
  3. Did Linda have any legal or ethical grounds to refuse the assignment to the ICU?
  4. What are the risks in accepting an assignment in an area of specialty in which you are professionally unprepared to practice?
  5. Would there have been any way for Linda to minimize the risk of retaliation by the employer had she refused the assignment?
  6. If Linda is negligent, is the hospital liable for any harm to the patient caused by her?

A 40-year-old man is admitted to the emergency department for a severe nosebleed and has both of his nostrils packed. Because of a history of alcoholism and the possibility for developing withdrawal symptoms, the patient is transferred to the psychiatric unit. His physician orders a private room, restraints, continuous monitoring, and 15-minute checks of vital signs and other indicators. At the next 15-minute check, the nurse discovers that the patient does not have a pulse or respiration. The patient had apparently inhaled the nasal packing and suffocated.

  1. Does it sound as if the nurse was responsible for the patient’s death?
  2. Was the order for the restraint appropriate for this type of patient?
  3. What factors did you consider in making your determination?