evidence-based intervention and change proposal

professional presentation of your evidence-based intervention and change proposal

Create a professional presentation of your evidence-based intervention and change proposal to be disseminated to an inter professional audience of leaders and stakeholders. Include the intervention, evidence-based literature, objectives, resources needed, anticipated measurable outcomes, and how the intervention would be evaluated.

Note

Submit the presentation in the digital classroom for feedback from the instructor.

develop a graphic timeline

Project Timeline Graphic Organizer

The purpose of this assignment is to develop a graphic timeline for the development of your project. At a minimum, be sure to include the deadline or timeframe for your:

  • Project approval (Week 6)
  • Education development (Week 7-9)
  • Stakeholder education (Week 7-9)
  • Implementation date (Week 10)
  • Assessment of initial outcomes/implementation (Week 14)
  • Reassessment of outcomes (Week 16)

Note

Include the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in each implementation step. Be sure to provide sufficient detail. Please keep in mind some of the dates may be after your practicum has ended.

APA style is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. 

Rubric

 Deadline or Timeframe for Project Approval 

6.75 points

expand Deadline or Timeframe for Education Development assessment

Deadline or Timeframe for Education Development

6.75 points

expand Deadline or Timeframe for Stakeholder Education assessment

Deadline or Timeframe for Stakeholder Education 

6.75 points

expand Deadline or Timeframe for Implementation Date assessment

Deadline or Timeframe for Implementation Date 

6.75 points

expand Deadline or Timeframe for Assessment of Initial Outcomes/Implementation assessment

Deadline or Timeframe for Assessment of Initial Outcomes/Implementation 

6.75 points

expand Deadline or Timeframe for Reassessment of Outcomes assessment

Deadline or Timeframe for Reassessment of Outcomes 

6.75 points

expand Mechanics of Writing assessment

Mechanics of Writing 

2.25 points

expand Layout of Graphic Organizer assessment

Layout of Graphic Organizer

2.25 points

 

common pathophysiology/symptoms

Cardiovascular Conditions & Disorders

For the following conditions include a definition, common pathophysiology/symptoms & effects of exercise. While these answers can be found directly in the text, make sure you are taking time to understand them not just copying mindlessly!

1.      Hypertension

2.      Peripheral Arterial Disease

3.       Angina

4.      Chronic Heart Failure

5.      Myocardial Infraction

6.      Atrial Fibrillation

7.      Valvular Disorders

8.      CABG & PTCA

Note

Each condition is worth 3 points for a total of 24 points.

Immunologic And Hematologic

 Immunologic and Hematologic Disorders

Complete the following prompts. Be sure you are answering each prompt in its entirety (some may have multiple components). You are encouraged to work on this with others, but everyone should be completing their own worksheet.

1.      How would discuss the benefits of exercise to someone with RA? What exercise recommendations (FITT) would you make and what considerations would you have? (3 points)

2.      List common symptoms of Lupus. What recommendations for exercise would you have for a client with Lupus (FITT & Considerations)? (3 points)

3.      Discuss the pathophysiology of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Outline exercise considerations you would have for someone with this condition. (3 points)

4.      What is fibromyalgia. How can exercise benefit individuals with this condition? (2 points)

5.      How does exercise effect individuals with HIV/AIDS? What exercise recommendations (FITT) and considerations would you have for an individual in this special population. (2 points)

6.      What are common symptoms associated with sickle cell disease? How does exercise effect this population? What considerations would you have training someone with this disease? (3 points)

How is exercise beneficial for someone with hemophilia? What exercise considerations would you have for someone within this population? (2 points)

 

 

 

 

Marketing Management

MARKETING MANAGEMENT   

 Task

  • Your brand is New Balance Shoes.
  • Answers must be written in essay format, which means that you shall provide you opinion on each topic.
  • MS Word or PDF are mandatory.
  • Questions:
    • Define Segmentation. Explain the different segments included in your brand’s Target Group.
    • Define emotional and functional brand benefits. Explain New Balance walking shoes emotional and functional benefits and how those relate to each other.
    • Analise New Balance External Marketing Environment using PESTLE.

Formalities:

  • Wordcount: 800 – 1,500
  • Cover, References and Appendix are excluded of the total wordcount.
  • Font: Arial 12.5 pts.
  • Text alignment: Justified.
  • The in-text References and the Bibliography have to be in Harvard’s citation st

Weight:

  • This task is a 30% of your total grade for this subject..

It assesses the following learning outcomes:

Rubrics

  Exceptional 90-100 Good 80-89 Fair 70-79 Marginal fail 60-69
Knowledge & Understanding (30%) Student demonstrates excellent understanding of Marketing Management key concepts and uses vocabulary in an entirely appropriate manner. Student demonstrates good understanding of the task and mentions some relevant Marketing Management concepts and demonstrates use of the relevant vocabulary. Student understands the task and provides acceptable Marketing Management theory and/or some use of vocabulary. Student understands the task and attempts to answer the question but does not mention key Marketing Management concepts or uses minimum amount of relevant vocabulary.
Application (25%) Student applies fully relevant knowledge from the Marketing Management topics delivered in class. Student applies mostly relevant knowledge from the Marketing Management topics delivered in class. Student applies some relevant knowledge from the Marketing Management topics delivered in class. Misunderstanding is evident about the Ultimate Customer Benefit. Student applies little relevant knowledge from Marketing Management topics delivered in class. Misunderstands are evident.
Critical Evaluation (25%) Student critically assesses in excellent ways, drawing outstanding conclusions from Marketing Management topics delivered in class. Student critically assesses in good ways, drawing conclusions from Marketing Management topics delivered in class. Student provides some insights but stays on the surface of the topic. References may not be relevant. Student makes little or none critical thinking insights, does not draw conclusions from Marketing Management topics delivered in class.
Communication (20%) Student communicates their ideas extremely clearly and concisely, respecting word count, grammar and spellcheck Student communicates their ideas clearly and concisely, respecting word count, grammar and spellcheck Student communicates their ideas with some clarity and concision. Long thick paragraphs make difficult to identify relevant topics and concepts. Student communicates their ideas in a somewhat unclear and confusing way. Does not reach or does exceed wordcount excessively and misspelling errors are evident.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

mobile apps

Humdrum of the mid-2000s web apps

Discuss following topic.

From the humdrum of the mid-2000s web apps, Apple radically changed the mobile world with the iPhone, offering well-designed apps of their own and curating apps that were accepted into the App Store.  That influence has been far reaching, prompting Google to push their boundaries and develop material design, a design language that has become the distinctive hallmark of Android apps.

Submitting instructions

Run your submission through grammar checker before submitting.

Minimum 250 words.

At least 2 (scholarly) journal source should be used for each post.

Make your references in correct APA 7 format and cite each reference at least once, but as many times as you rely on it. Citations support each sentence relying on a reference, not an entire paragraph. Do not use direct quotes, do not plagiarize.

 

 

 

 

mobile apps

Humdrum of the mid-2000s web apps

Discuss following topic.

From the humdrum of the mid-2000s web apps, Apple radically changed the mobile world with the iPhone, offering well-designed apps of their own and curating apps that were accepted into the App Store.  That influence has been far reaching, prompting Google to push their boundaries and develop material design, a design language that has become the distinctive hallmark of Android apps.

  • When compared to the web world where some popular apps could get away with mediocre design, why do mobile apps face a higher design bar?
  • When compared to the web world where some popular apps could get away with mediocre design, why do mobile apps face a higher design bar?
  • Compare and contrast native mobile app design versus standard desktop app design. Discuss considerations for choosing one over the other.  Elaborate on main advantages vs disadvantages.

Submitting instructions

Run your submission through grammar checker before submitting.

Minimum 250 words.

At least 2 (scholarly) journal source should be used for each post.

Make your references in correct APA 7 format and cite each reference at least once, but as many times as you rely on it. Citations support each sentence relying on a reference, not an entire paragraph. Do not use direct quotes, do not plagiarize.

 

 

 

 

Case study of cultural diversity

    CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE COMMUNITY                        

CASE STUDY # 

 Nurse Betty is teaching a health-promotion class to a group of Hispanic migrant workers. Nurse Betty is white, and this is her first time interacting with people of Hispanic culture. Nurse Betty speaks a little Spanish, but not enough to teach the whole class in Spanish. Most of the migrant workers speak only Spanish. Nurse Betty understands that she needs to provide culturally competent care to make her health-promotion class most effective but is not sure where to start.

Questions

  1. What is the first step that Nurse Betty should take to prepare for her health-promotion class?
  2. What are the language barriers, specific risk factors, and traditional healing practices that Nurse Betty must be aware of if she is to successfully interact with the group of Hispanic workers?
  3. How can Nurse Betty involve the community to improve the effectiveness of her health-promotion class?

 

 

 

 

Health Nursing            

  History of Public Health and Community Health Nursing                            

Case study

Michael works as a home health nurse in his suburban community. He visits 7-10 clients each day. On today’s visitations, Michael will provide care for four clients who are recovering from hip replacement surgery and three clients who are recovering from heart surgery, and he will provide intravenous (IV) antibiotics for a man with an infected wound.

Among this list of clients, Michael visits Mrs. T., an 87-year-old white woman who lives alone and is recovering from triple bypass surgery that she underwent a month ago. Michael’s goals are to check on her recovery progress, reload her medications in her weekly medication container, and administer an influenza vaccine.

Upon entering Mrs. T.’s small house, Michael finds the house in disarray: clothes are scattered about, dirty dishes with crusted food line the kitchen counters, and no lights are on. Michael finds Mrs. T. lying in bed watching television. Mrs. T. complains to Michael of feeling too tired to do anything; she eats only what is already prepared (e.g., frozen dinners or snack foods like potato chips) because cooking requires too much effort. She spends most of her days lying in bed and has not bathed in a week.

Michael helps Mrs. T. out of bed and assists her with a bath. After the bath, Michael fixes Mrs. T. a quick lunch and refills her medication box while she eats. Michael encourages Mrs. T. to start getting some exercise by doing the household chores so that her heart can get stronger. “The stronger your heart is, the more energy you will have,” Michael tells Mrs. T. Michael also enlists several services for Mrs. T.: A home health aide will come to the house three times a week to help Mrs. T. bathe, and Meals-on-Wheels will bring her breakfast and lunch. Finally, Nurse Michael administers the influenza vaccine.

During Nurse Michael’s visit the following week, Mrs. T. is showing improvement. She tells Michael, “I just love that little girl who comes to help me; she is just so sweet. And the Meals-on-Wheels program is a blessing, I now have more energy to keep this place clean the way I like it.”

Questions

  1. What challenges did Nurse Michael face in his first visit with Mrs. T. that public health nurses (PHNs) in the late 1800s also faced?
  2. From your knowledge about the history of public health, compare an example of care displayed by nursing leaders of the past versus the current activities of Nurse Michael. For example, how was Nurse Michael’s nursing care similar to what Mary Breckinridge provided in the Frontier Nursing Service (FNS)?
  3. How do the types of illnesses of Nurse Michael’s clients differ from the types of illnesses that were experienced by clients of PHNs in the early 1900s?

 

 

 

 

 

health care environment

Managed Care Organizations  Vs Accountable Care Organizations

Discuss the differences and similarities between Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) vs. Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs). Given the current health care environment, provide a solid speculation to how MCOs and ACOs may transform to meet the needs of its consumers.

Note

Be sure to support your thoughts and analysis with scholarly sources.

*Will also need to respond to 3 classmate’s post, will send that after you turn in assignment.