Analytical unit

Analytical unit

students will be required to develop a proposal of guidelines for starting an “analytical unit” within a police department.

Your proposal should include the following:

  • Mission, goals, and objectives
  • Role of analysis within the department
  • Staffing
  • Procedures
  • Training
  • Expected productsInstructions:
  • The body of the final paper must be between 8 pages in length (excluding the title page, abstract page, and reference page(s)), and must adhere to the 7th edition of the APA manual. Do Not Use MLA or any other form of reference.
  • All work must be original.  You are not permitted to use work from another course. Remember that you must paraphrase and cite often. Your paper will be reviewed for originality (plagiarism) using Turnitin. If you plagiarize, you may be subject to disciplinary action by your instructor and/or the university.

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  • The final paper must be submitted as an attachment in WORD. The final paper must be typed in a Times New Roman 12-point font. Margins will also need to be 1 inch on all sides, so if you’re using an older version of Word, you’ll need to manually adjust the margins. APA papers are double-spaced with no additional spaces between paragraphs or headings.A minimum of five current, scholarly references are needed for the final paper. Sources can include academically based books, journals, and government reports. Sources used must have been published within the past 5-10 years of the current date. The more recent, the better.

Hostile work environment

Hostile work environment

Imagine you are the HR manager at a company, and a female employee came to you upset because she felt a male coworker was creating a hostile work environment by repeatedly asking her out on dates even after she said “no.” What would you do? Write a plan for how you would approach your conversation with each employee, including the most essential topics to cover. As you write your plan, think about what your goals are for this situation and how each conversation will help you achieve those goals.

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Write a 2–3 page paper in which you:

  • Write a plan for the conversation you would have with the employee, based on the concepts found in your textbook. What are the most important points you would need to cover in this conversation, and why?
  • Write a plan for the conversation you would have with the employee’s male co-worker, based on the concepts found in your textbook. What are the most important points you would need to cover in this conversation, and why?
  • Format your assignment according to the following formatting requirements:
    • This course requires the use of Strayer Writing Standards. For assistance and information, please refer to the Strayer Writing Standards link in the left-hand menu of your course.
    • Include at least one reference to support your paper.

The specific course learning outcome associated with this assignment is:

  • Create a plan for approaching tough conversations with employees, including a rationale for the most essential topics to cover.

Organizational structure of emergency response

Organizational structure of emergency response at the local tribal state and federal levels

Overview:

You are required to research and explain the organizational structure of emergency response at the local, tribal, state and federal levels. The students will recognize and describe key differences at all levels. Examples of private or non-profit response organizations shall be provided. This paper should include the significance of the National Response Framework, the National Incident Management System (NIMS), including the Incident Command System (ICS), and the Stafford Act to emergency response. Historical emergency response incidents should be used as reference where appropriate throughout the paper.

Instructions:

• Research and explain the organizational structure of emergency response at the local, tribal, state and federal levels.
o Recognize and describe key differences at all levels.
o Provide examples of private sector, volunteer organizations, and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) who engage in emergency response activities.
• Explain the significance of the National Response Framework, the National Incident Management System (NIMS), including the Incident Command System (ICS), and the Stafford Act to emergency response.
• Provide historical emergency response incidents as reference to source materials where appropriate.

Requirements:

• This paper will be 5 to 7 pages in length.
• APA formatting and citations shall be used.
• At least four (4) primary source references shall be used.
Be sure to read the criteria below by which your work will be evaluated before you write and again after you write.
EMH340 – Introduction to Emergency

For Best Grade

Written work is clear and excellent college-level work; Paragraphing and transitions are clear and appropriate; appropriate guidelines outlined for paper were met (see assignment directions).
The length of the written work provides in-depth coverage of the topics, assertions are clearly supported by evidence; Paper meets required length of pages and content areas; 3 or more primary sources were used.
Written work has no major errors in word selection and use; sentence structure, spelling, grammar, punctuation was appropriate; APA style was acceptable with no errors or minor errors.
No plagiarism

Nurse pay

Nurse pay

1.  What are your thoughts about the current pay for nurses today?

2.  Do you think the nurse pay is comparable to other medical specialty salaries?

3.  Discuss what tips you.ve gained from the reading and salary estimator that you would use in negotiating your next salary or pay raise?

Perspectives on Culinary History

Perspectives on Culinary History

THE BOOK NAME

Yong Chen. 2014. Chop Suey, USA : The Story of Chinese Food in America. Arts and Traditions of the Table: Perspectives on Culinary History. New York: Columbia University Press.

  1. Summary. Summarize the book very briefly.  What is the book about?  What time period, event, controversy, person, etc. does it cover?  This can be done with a statement of “what and how” about the book. (For example: In his allegorical novel, Lord of the Flies, William Golding writes about [what?] the evil side of man [how?] by describing what happens to a group of young boys who are marooned on a desert island.)
  2. Author Info. You can present information about the author and their background, qualifications, or philosophy. Theme/Thesis. Finally, state your specific theme.  (Example: Nancy Shoemaker argues that Native American women adapted their cultural tradition and gender roles to seek power in Euro-American society.) What do you think is the main thesis of the book?  What is the author’s main argument?  What main point do you think the author is trying to get across? (Hint: The author’s thesis is usually stated in the introduction or preface to the book.)
  3. Choose three points to highlight about the book.
    1. Point One
      1. State.  Staten idea about your theme clearly (generalization).  (Example: “The Pima and Maricopa women of the Salt River Community were empowered through involvement.)
      2. Support.  Support each of your generalizations with specific details from the story (evidence). (Example:  As Hoikkala states, “Pima-Maricopa women’s responses to their work… attested to a significant change in their attitudes about themselves and the community.” (225))  Include page numbers in parentheses after quoting the author or citing an example.  You do not need to include the author’s name since you will only be dealing with one source.
      3. Interpret.  Explain how each of these specific details proves your point (interpretation). (Example: The positive reaction of the women of this tribe shows how involvement through work empowered the Salt River women.)
    2. Point Two
      1. State.  Staten idea about your theme clearly (generalization).  (Example: “The Pima and Maricopa women of the Salt River Community were empowered through involvement.)
      2. Support.  Support each of your generalizations with specific details from the story (evidence). (Example:  As Hoikkala states, “Pima-Maricopa women’s responses to their work… attested to a significant change in their attitudes about themselves and the community.” (225))  Include page numbers in parentheses after quoting the author or citing an example.  You do not need to include the author’s name since you will only be dealing with one source.
      3. Interpret.  Explain how each of these specific details proves your point (interpretation). (Example: The positive reaction of the women of this tribe shows how involvement through work empowered the Salt River women.)
    3. Point Three
      1. State.  Staten  idea about your theme clearly (generalization).  (Example: “The Pima and Maricopa women of the Salt River Community were empowered through involvement.)
      2. Support.  Support each of your generalizations with specific details from the story (evidence). (Example:  As Hoikkala states, “Pima-Maricopa women’s responses to their work… attested to a significant change in their attitudes about themselves and the community.” (225))  Include page numbers in parentheses after quoting the author or citing an example.  You do not need to include the author’s name since you will only be dealing with one source.
      3. Interpret.  Explain how each of these specific details proves your point (interpretation). (Example: The positive reaction of the women of this tribe shows how involvement through work empowered the Salt River women.)
    4. Success – Does the author succeed in proving the stated thesis/theme? Is this book convincing to you?  Did you enjoy it?  Was it helpful to understand the topic of the book?
    5. Critique – What are the holes or problems in the author’s book?  What does the author overlook or not prove?  Support your answer with examples or quotes.

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answer the information below then upload. For all quotes or paraphrases, you must give the author credit by including a page number(s).

Film Wizard Of Oz

Film Wizard Of Oz

Chapters 9 – 11

Choose a film we viewed in this class.  Make sure to state the title in your response. Name the genre of the film, indicate one convention of each: character, plot, theme, and iconography that are distinctive of the genre. Then, for each convention you select, show how the film you select exemplify the genre. As evidence, cite specific scenes that use the conventions.  How do those conventions function? Do they allow storytelling to be more rapid and economical?  Do they aim to arouse strong emotional responses?

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You must write at least 800 words, but no more than one thousand (roughly 2 pages) for this essay.

Film: The Wizard of Oz

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drugs

Drugs

It is nearly impossible to learn EVERYTHING about EVERY SINGLE drug we encounter. While it is important for us to look up select information about unfamiliar medications we administer, we can know the general indications and nursing interventions related to a drug if we learn key information about the drug classifications. For this assignment, you will be collecting information about different groups of drugs, or drug classifications, found in your Pharmacology textbook and creating a PowerPoint presentation (5-10 slides long).

Note

Choose a drug classification (Examples: Typical or Atypical Antipsychotics, Anxiolytics, SSRI, Tricyclic Antidepressants, MAOI, mood stabilizers, opiates, NSAIDs, etc.) that is discussed in Unit Six or Unit Seven in Pharmacology: A Patient-Centered Nursing Process Approach textbook and then use your Davis’s Drug Guide or another SCHOLARLY source to provide the following information:

  1. Summary of the Drug Classification (what different medical conditions are these drugs used to treat?) and list the names of 2-4 drugs in your chosen drug classification
  2. Typical routes of administration
  3. Common side effects and adverse effects common for the drug classification
  4. Special considerations (caution with renal or liver insufficiency, harmful drug-drug interactions, etc.)
  5. Common Nursing interventions and important client teaching

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

Individuals with Disabilities Education Act

The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires that specific topics be covered in an Individualized Education Program (IEP) meeting. The IEP team consists of general education teachers, special education teachers, a psychologist or counselor, administrators, parents/guardians, speech therapist, occupational therapist, and on occasion, the student and student advocate. Typically, a special education teacher serves as the case manager and is responsible for inviting attendees to the meeting and coordinating the meeting according to policies and regulations. Effective communication, interpersonal skills, problem solving skills, and data-driven decision-making are all prerequisites to facilitating a successful IEP meeting. Often, a school district will provide a checklist for teams to follow when developing and discussing the IEP to help ensure all responsibilities are met.

View “FIEP: A Facilitated IEP Meeting,” paying special attention to the structure and collaborative nature of the meeting, the specific components of the IEP, and ways that the meeting demonstrates adherence to laws and ethical principles that govern special education. Note when viewing this example meeting that the administrator is the facilitator rather than the special education teacher, who would typically lead the meeting.

In a 1,000-1,250, articulate your knowledge of IDEA and the IEP process. This should address the following:

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(approximately 100 words).

Support with a minimum of three scholarly resources.

DNA mutation and genetic

DNA mutation and genetic

With all, you have learned about the cell cycle, DNA mutation, and genetics, define cancer and give specific information answering the question:  Will scientists ever be able to cure cancer?  Why or why not?

Note

Use at least 100 words to answer this question.  Be thoughtful in your replies to fellow students. please write in your own words do not use quotes 100 words.

Square protests and massacre

1989 Tiananmen Square protests and massacre

It is in a group essay and my part is to write about 1989 Tiananmen Square protests and massacre, point of view needs to be against autocracy.

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600 letters, need to cite from academic or peer review source not Wikipedia.