Nursing Care and Management Clinical Judgement Question

Description

  • Initial Posting – Provided reflective clinical judgement by answering the following questions
  • 1. Introduction/Background
  • Describe the nursing situation, include your relationship with the patient/family
  • Consider experiences you have had which help you provide nursing care in this situation
  • Include your beliefs about your role as nurse in this situation
  • Describe any emotions you had about this situation
  • 2.Noticing
  • Initially, what did you notice about the nursing situation
  • Describe what you notice as you spent more time with the patient/family
  • 3.Interpreting
  • Describe what you thought about the situation –cause, potential resolutions, patterns
  • What other information (assessment data) did you decided you needed?
  • How did you obtain this information?
  • 4.Responding
  • What was your goal for the patient/family?
  • What was your nursing response/interventions did you do?
  • Describe stresses you
  • experienced as you responded to the situation
  • 5.Reflection-in-Action
  • What happened?
  • How did the patient/family/staff respond?
  • What did you do next?
  • 6.Reflection on Action
  • How did your nursing skills expand from this experience?
  • What might you do differently if you encounter this situation again?
  • What additional knowledge/information/skills do you need to face similar situation in future?
  • Describe any changes in your values/feelings/emotions as a result of this experience

CYBR 340 MSCONFIG and Task Manager Essay

Question Description

I’m working on a computer science discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

Pick one of the items below for your Original Post in this module’s discussion forum:

Choose two of the Recovery Modes/Tools/Features described in LO 6.4, Using Windows Troubleshooting and Recovery Tools of the Survey of Operating Systems text. Describe these tools in your own words. How do they work and what do they do?

From your experience, describe the Event Viewer. What information is provided? How can you use it for troubleshooting a Windows system?

  • Explain in your own words how you can use MSCONFIG and Task Manager to troubleshoot problems on the computer.
  • Name at least three actions that will automatically change the Windows registry. Include how it works and the dangers associated with this practice.
  • Go to the Windows SysInternals website (also linked above). Explain 2-3 of the tools available in the SysInternals Suite. How can they help administer and/or secure a Windows system?.  

MC Right Metrics for Listerine Brand Management in Brazil Paper

Description

The case describes the steps taken starting in 2010 by Ronaldo Art, marketing manager at J&J, to build sustainable advantage for Listerine in the mouthwash market in Brazil and measure his progress over time.

Please keep your answers to 200 words or less – points are based on the quality of your comments (not quantity) providing an informed, thoughtful response, relating the topic to your personal or professional experience, and linking your answer to concepts discussed in class and/or the assigned or other reading.

Questions: 

1. Art was conscious of making the right decisions and taking appropriate risks in building the Listerine mouthwash brand. He pursued multiple brand objectives over time. Which brand objective seemed to you to have the greatest potential to build the Listerine business in Brazil? (ie. where in the funnel do you think Listerine had the biggest opportunity to increase conversion)

A. Increasing trial

B. Increasing Awareness

C. Increasing repeat purchase

D. Increasing loyalty

E. Other:________________

1b. Explain your thinking 

2. Which tactic below was most directly aimed at driving conversion at that funnel stage? 

A. Expanding into the grocery channel

B. 21 day challenge campaign

C. Providing Listerine in public restrooms

D. Introducing Listerine Zero 

E. Introducing Listerine Essencial 

F. 1.5L bottles (vs 750ml size)

G. Other:

3. What data supports your decision?

Aligning IT Strategies to Business Strategies Paper

Description

Delta Corporation has been very impressed with the progress it has made with its new product line and the new marketing approach that you recommended and instigated. As a result, it is now considering expanding this approach for its other product lines, providing them with the ability to market and sell all of its products online. However, it has not considered the implications for its IT department in developing this type of plan. As the Social Media Marketing Consultant, you are familiar with integrating business and IT strategic planning. They have called upon you to provide advice. You need to:

Explain what the company needs to consider if it is going to move to a more on-line approach for its sales and marketing activities. In particular, describe the consequences for its IT department and why they need to be involved in the planning phase.

Given the likely increase in costs associated with this move, you need to outline the potential benefits and possible pitfalls of outsourcing the IT maintenance and development.

University of California Los Angeles If My Fiancé Breaks our Engagement Summary

Description

Question Workspace

Find an online news article related to this chapter and write a 3 to 5 sentence response tying the article to at least one key concept in the chapter. Be sure to include a link to the article at the end of your response.

Chapter Review

Chapter Summary: Contract Performance, Breach, and Remedies

Third Party Rights

  1. Assignments—An assignment is the transfer of rights under a contract to a third party. The third party to whom the rights are assigned has a right to demand performance from the other original party to the contract. Generally, all rights can be assigned.
  2. Delegations—A delegation is the transfer of duties under a contract to a third party, who then assumes the obligation of performing the contractual duties previously held by the one making the delegation. Except in a few situations, most duties can be delegated.
  3. Third party beneficiaries—A third party beneficiary is one who benefits from a contract between two other parties. If the party was an intended beneficiary, then the third party has legal rights and can sue the promisor directly to enforce the contract. If the contract benefits the third party unintentionally, then the third party cannot sue to enforce the contract.

Performance and Discharge

  1. Conditions of performance—A condition is a possible future event, the occurrence or nonoccurrence of which will trigger the performance of a contract obligation or terminate an existing obligation. Conditions that may be present in contracts include conditions precedent, conditions subsequent, and concurrent conditions.
  2. Discharge by performance—A contract may be discharged by complete (strict) performance or by substantial performance. In some instances, performance must be to the satisfaction of another. Totally inadequate performance constitutes a material breach of contract. An anticipatory repudiation of a contract allows the other party to sue immediately for breach of contract.
  3. Discharge by agreement—Parties may agree to discharge their contractual obligations in several ways:
    1. By mutual rescission—The parties mutually agree to rescind (cancel) the contract.
    2. By novation—A new party is substituted for one of the primary parties to a contract.
    3. By settlement agreement—The parties agree to a new contract that replaces the old contract as a means of settling a dispute.
    4. By accord and satisfaction—The parties agree to render and accept performance different from that on which they originally agreed.
    5. By release—One party forfeits the right to pursue a legal claim against the other, barring further recovery.
  4. Discharge by operation of law—Parties’ obligations under contracts may be discharged by operation of law by contract alteration, statutes of limitations, bankruptcy, impossibility or impracticability of performance, or frustration of purpose.

Damages

  1. Types of damages—Damages are the legal remedy designed to compensate the nonbreaching party for the loss of the bargain. By awarding monetary damages, the court attempts to place the parties in the positions that they would have occupied had the contract been fully performed. There are four broad categories of damages:
    1. Compensatory damages compensate the nonbreaching party for injuries actually sustained and proved to have arisen directly from the loss of the bargain resulting from the breach of contract.
    2. Consequential damages cover indirect and foreseeable losses.
    3. Punitive damages punish and deter wrongdoing.
    4. Nominal damages recognize wrongdoing when no monetary loss is shown.
  2. Mitigation of damages—The nonbreaching party frequently has a duty to mitigate (reduce) the damages incurred as a result of the contract’s breach.
  3. Liquidated damages—Specified in a contract as the amount to be paid to the nonbreaching party in the event of a breach. Clauses providing for liquidated damages are enforced if the damages were difficult to estimate at the time the contract was formed and if the amount stipulated is reasonable. If the amount is construed to be a penalty, the clause will not be enforced.
  4. Waiver of breach—A party’s willing acceptance of defective performance of a contract may operate as a waiver of the breach. The party waiving the breach cannot take later action on it.
  5. Contract provisions limiting remedies—A contract may provide that no damages (or only a limited amount of damages) can be recovered in the event the contract is breached.

Equitable Remedies

  1. Rescission and restitution—Rescission is a remedy whereby a contract is canceled and the parties are restored to the positions that they occupied before contract formation. When a contract is rescinded, the parties must make restitution to each other by returning the goods, property, or funds previously conveyed.
  2. Specific performance—An equitable remedy calling for the performance of the act promised in the contract. It is available only in special situations in which monetary damages would be an inadequate remedy.
  3. Reformation—An equitable remedy allowing a contract to be “reformed,” or rewritten, to reflect the parties’ true intentions.

Recovery Based on Quasi Contract

An equitable theory imposed by the courts to obtain justice and prevent unjust enrichment in a situation in which no enforceable contract exists. The party seeking recovery must show the following:

  1. A benefit was conferred on the other party.
  2. The party conferring the benefit did so with the expectation of being paid.
  3. The party conferring the benefit did not volunteer the benefit.
  4. The party receiving the benefit would be unjustly enriched if allowed to retain the benefit without paying for it.

FIU The Japan Modernism and The Colonial Imperialism Analysis

Description

  • Read: from Japan: History and Culture from Classical to Cool
    Chapter 10: Cultures of Empire and War (276-317)
  • Analyze documents: from Modern Japan: A History in Documents
    Chapter 6: The Dark Era: 1930-45
  • Read: from Japan: History and Culture from Classical to Cool
  • Chapter 11: Defeat and Reconstruction (318-361)
  • Analyze documents: from Modern Japan: A History in Documents
  • Chapter 7: The Reemergence: 1945-70
  • Assignment: For every module, you will write an analysis paper evaluating the reading materials, documents, and the film/s assigned for the previous and current week. You should not try to cover all the material; rather select one or two elements you find particularly interesting and analyze them.
    Choosing a clear focus will help you write an effective response because you must do more than merely summarize.
  • Research:
    Please make sure to look up secondary sources such as the films/documentaries, the bio and other works from the director, and any other information that will enhance your analysis.
  • Purpose:
    This assignment is designed to help you evaluate and understand Japan through the analysis and evaluation of primary and secondary historic sources. Moreover, it will help prepare and decide which topics you want to select for your final projects.
  • Audience:
    You are writing your analysis papers to show your Professor and classmates your analysis skills by focusing on a specific Japanese history topic shaped by your understanding of class-related material. You must maintain an academic tone and your paper must be thoroughly and cohesively organized.
  • Link for Japan: History and Culture from Classical to Cool: https://ebookcentral.proquest.com/lib/fiu/reader.a…

BC 112 Coastline Community College How Much Does It Cost Case Study

Description

Purpose

The goal of this assignment is to practice creating an Excel document and using the built-in calculations tool.

How much does it cost?

You may think that taking a few Post-It® Notes for personal use or arriving to work a few minutes late doesn’t matter. This assignment uses Microsoft®Excel (or Google Sheets) to create a spreadsheet of how much a company loses each day/year to theft.

Before you begin this assignment, I strongly recommend you take this refresher course on Microsoft®Excel. (Links to an external site.)

Once you have looked through the training videos and are ready to proceed, begin by creating a new Microsoft®Excel workbook.

Instructions

Using Microsoft®Excel, create a spreadsheet utilizing the information in the scenarios below.

  1. Add a Title to your spreadsheet for your fictitious company and a subtitle identifying the information you are displaying.
  2. Add appropriate columns to your spreadsheet and add a heading to each column.
  3. Add borders to your columns and rows for clarity, if desired.
  4. Incorporate the information below into that spreadsheet.
  5. Using the Excel calculation tools, determine how much employee theft costs your fictitious company of 30 employees over the course of one week.
    To determine the formula for each calculation, think about how many people are involved, the number of items/time involved and the cost per item/time. For example, the formula calculating the total amount for the first scenario below would be [=3*2*0.67] meaning three workers each taking two packs costing $0.67 each.
  6. Add another column and perform calculations to see how much employee theft costs a fictitious company of 30 employees over the course of one year.
  7. How does this information effect your opinion about the impact of employee pilfering? Include a short explanation below your spreadsheet information.

Here’s an example:

An example Excel layout showing six columns. The first column describes the item, the second column is # of employees, the third column show how many, the fourth column shows the individual cost, the fifth column shows the weekly total cost, and the final column shows the total annual cost.

NOTE: Please do not just put a number in the weekly and yearly total cells. I need to see your calculation formula.

Here Are the Scenarios

Five workers each take home two packs of Post-It®Notes, at a cost of $.67 per pack.

Two workers arrive at work 15 minutes late, at a cost of $11/hour.

Four workers take an extra half-hour for lunch, at a cost of $14/hour.

Three employees play computer games for a total of 4 hours each, at a cost of $10/hour.

One employee sends three personal packages at the company’s expense, at a cost of $7, $4.50, and $12.

One worker makes 300 personal copies on the company photocopier, at a cost of $.05/copy.

Three workers call in sick for one 8-hour day when they are healthy, at a cost of $10/hour.

Ten workers spend one hour each sending personal emails, at a cost of $10/hour.
 

AU Week 7 Transportation Negative and positive Externalities Paper

Question Description

I’m working on a economics discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

W7: Negative and Positive Externalities

Choose one of the two questions to answer.

1. Do Positive Externalities Exist (or are they Internalized?) Discuss …

2. What does this say for the prospects of Intelligent Transportation Systems

Brookline College Oklahoma City Game Design Computer Science Task

Description

Body sections (each of the bold items should be a section within the body of your paper) will include the following:

  • Pictures – gameplay, environment, characters, HUDs, etc.

Story – describe the story behind the game. Begin the lore.

Environment – board, level, or world features

  • Game systems – describe the game systems and mechanics.

Character system – main character features and abilities, enemies features and abilities, other NPCs, etc.

  • Combat system – combat system features and interactions.

 The purpose of this paper is to pitch your game to fellow team members and management for the next big game to be developed by the company you work for.This two-part exam includes a Dundoc website for your project and a written report using the following guidelines.UPDATE YOUR Dundoc SITE!! It will be referenced for the final and included in the final grade. (HINT: Finish your report and add items from the report to your Dundoc. (ie. pictures, descriptions of gameplay, etc.)Paper should be in APA 6 format download : Times New Roman, 12 pt. font, double spacedName your file LastName_FirstName_Final.docx before uploading.Upload your file to the Final Paper Submission box. This submission box will open at 8am on Monday offinals week until the due date.5-8 pages in the body of the text (including title page and reference page)Title pageBody sections (each of the bold items should be a section within the body of your paper) will include the following:Pictures – gameplay, environment, characters, HUDs, etc.Story – describe the story behind the game. Begin the lore.Environment – board, level, or world featuresGame systems – describe the game systems and mechanics.Character system – main character features and abilities, enemies features and abilities, other NPCs, etc.Combat system – combat system features and interactions.Any other systems used – any other systems used within your game (does not need included unless you have other systems; heading will be based on the system name)This will end the pitch part of the document. Know your audience and write to your document like you are selling it directly to the people that will be buying and playing it. Be detailed but to the point. Next, include the following on a new section of the same document (page break).Issues encountered – describe any issues you ran in to during your gameIssue Resolutions – describe resolutions you found for the previously stated issuesFuture plans – provide insight into future improvements that can be made to the game in its current stateExamples:More art assetsBetter lightingImproved combat systemBetter RNGGame controller supportEtc.ConclusionReference page – (any videos, articles, websites, books, etc. If you referenced it, include it. CitationMachine website helps here.) 

Harrison Ferrone – Learning C# by developing games with Unity 2020 _ an enjoyable and intuitive approach to getting started with C# programming and Unity (2020).pdf

Grossmont College Book Club Discussion

Description

Instructions:

Depending on the Book Club you are assigned to, please answer the following questions:

Crazy Like Us Discussion

  1. Compare and contrast the way Anorexia Nervosa is experienced in the United States vs. Hong Kong
  2. Physical illness is expressed in the same way in other cultures, but Watters reports that this isn’t true for psychological disorders. Why do you think this is the case? Please be specific, and use at least 2 examples.
  3. Watters contends that the expression of mental distress in a particular culture is shaped by a language of suffering for that moment in time and in that culture. What are some examples of this in chapter 1?
  4. What role does culture play in shaping psychological disorders? Provide an example from your own culture about how psychological disorders are viewed.
  5. Respond to a classmate about their response to #4. Please be thoughtful in your response!

The Spirit Catches You & You Fall Down Discussion

  1. Compare and contrast Hmong birth practices and US birth practices. How did the techniques used in Lia’s birth differ from previous births?
  2. Describe your first impressions when learning about the traditional birth practices of the Hmong culture. Please be specific and use at least 2 examples from the book.
  3. The author chronicles the history of the Hmong people, noting that they fought against a number of different people who claimed sovereignty over their lands. How do you think these historical upheavals have affected their culture?
  4. Discuss some barriers to properly diagnosing Lia. Based on what we are learning in class, provide 2-3 suggestions about what Western doctors may want to do differently when treating individuals from other cultures.
  5. Respond to a classmate about their response to #4. Please be thoughtful in your response!