an essay where you write a short autobiographical text in the manner of the “Response to Sor Filotea so it would be in first person i think
Please response to one classmate
Details of the homework
Debriefing is an activity that involves thinking critically about your own experiences related to the virtual simulation you completed. In debriefings students:
Demonstrate understanding of concepts for the week
Engage in meaningful dialogue with classmates and/or instructor
Express opinions clearly and logically, in a professional manner
Use the rubric on this page as you compose your answers.
Scholarly sources are NOT required for this debriefing
Best Practices include:
Participation early in the week is encouraged to stimulate meaningful discussion among classmates and instructor.
Enter the debriefing often during the week to read and learn from posts.
Select different classmates for your reply each week.
Use the following format to reflect on the Week 4 iHuman Neurovascular Assessment. This was the Athena Washington case.
Paragraph One: What went well for you in the simulation? Provide examples of when you felt knowledgeable and confident in your skills. Do you feel the scenario was realistic? Why or why not?
Paragraph Two: What would you do differently next time if you were caring for a patient similar to Ms. Washington? Describe at least one area you identified where improvements could be made, specific to Ms. Washington’s assessment. Were you surprised by any of the feedback you were provided by iHuman? If yes, please explain.
Paragraph Three: What did you learn from this simulation that you could apply to nursing practice? Or, what did this simulation reinforce that you found valuable? Do you have any questions related to the scenario?
Athena Washington is a 48 year-old African American woman who is diagnosed with neurological deficit. I conducted her comprehensive head-to-toe assessment. I performed well on the first round of the assessment and fortunately did not have to repeat her assessment. The performance areas that went particularly well were the review of the EHR and health history. I am feeling more confident locating important information in the EHR such as imaging results, vitals, progress notes and orders. I am also feeling more confident asking the health history questions and being able to understand the patient from a holistic perspective.
The performance area that did not go as well as I would have liked is the physical assessment. I correctly identified all of the patient’s problems, but I fell short on conducting the cranial nerve assessments, and I guess I forgot to get the patient’s height and weight. I only conducted the cranial nerve assessments that I thought were most relevant. I think I reached a point with the patient’s assessment where I felt doing each individual cranial nerve was redundant to the prior focused assessments I had conducted, including the NIH scale. I was confused about the NIH scale portion of the simulation. I thought it was strange that the system told me that my assessment was wrong. I felt that I based my scores on what I observed in the patient, and to be told that my assessment score was wrong was surprising, a bit jarring frankly. Were I to conduct a comprehensive health assessment on a patient like AW again, I will be sure to assess all cranial nerves individually.
This simulation reinforced the importance of the cranial nerves and the NIH scale. The NIH scale is something that I will definitely carry over into my nursing practice. The assessment is very important with patients who are having symptoms of a possible stroke. At my hospital the requirement was to perform an NIH assessment once each shift followed by frequent neuro checks every four hours and as needed. I am also going to review each of the cranial nerve assessments and refresh my memory on each of these assessments. I have a few questions related to this simulation. First, Why was the SpO2 assessment deemed inappropriate for this patient? Second, did others feel that the assessment requirements on this case were very redundant? Third, how did others feel about the NIH portion of the simulation?
What do you make of Rawls’ two principles?
Do you think they really would result in a just society were they to be properly followed?
Do you think Rawls has improved on Hobbes, or is Hobbes still superior?
What sorts of objections can you rise against Rawls?
The gobal socetial issue I selected is CLIMATE CHANGE. Please see attachment for instructions regarding the topic
Develop software design models.
You are the lead developer for the software development team at Great Code Inc. Your company has been contracted by the Acme Company, a small manufacturing company, to develop a set of software system solutions to bring their existing manual, paper ordering process into an automated, digital online ordering system. The Acme Company has very limited experience with the process of developing software.
The Program Manger has asked you to develop design models for the Acme Company online ordering system. The design models that have been requested are:
A design model diagram detailing the overview of the online order system.
A process flowchart model for the order submission to fulfillment process within the online order system.
A UML activity diagram for the order submission to fulfillment process within the online order system.
A UML class diagram that must include at least three classes with specific details regarding relationships (names, multiplicity, direction).
Look at attached pdf for details. Essay must be about struggles of online classes suring COVID as I moved from my highschool in the Philippines to India which had a completely different curriculum. Along with that, my sister was studying in Canada and my dad was posted in Pakistan (during which there were attacks that happened along with it). During the peak of my exams, my closest family members passed away due to the pandemic and Black Fungus virus. My mom was hospitalized for months
fighting between life and death and my father left his work to take care of her in India. We were each other’s support system. During all this turbulence, I adjusted to a new curriculum and made progress in all my classes.
Form and Structure: The first half of our Research Essay is basically a profile, but instead of developing a theme around a notable element of the place, you should present a thesis statement in the introduction and emphasize the importance of this place in terms of its preservation. Why is it important that this place continues to exist? What is a significant threat to its existence or well being?
The second half of your Research Essay should persuasively present the issue facing your topic. What is the history of this issue? How does this issue impact or threaten your park/place? Where does it stand now? You will be assessed on your ability to think and write critically here; as well, you should be able to persuade your reader that your park needs protection. While persuasion should be highlighted in the second half of the essay, don’t miss opportunities to use the rhetorical strategies during the profile section using detail and description, anecdote, and personal experience. All of these expository elements become persuasive tools in the Research Assignment.
Requirements: Your essay must be at least 6 pages long and include material from at least six sources. Outside material should come from reputable and professional sources; they should not be encyclopedias—online or otherwise—or websites with few references. Additionally, you will be required to conduct primary research in the form of a short interview concerning the issue facing your park. Your interview will count as one of your six required sources. See our separate interview assignment for details in next week’s lesson.
The architectural manifesto. Architecture is as much a discourse as it is a physical practice. Throughout written history, architects, scholars, and patrons have written about what architecture is and what role it should play in society. Your weekly readings throughout the semester have provided examples of the various ways in which ideas about architecture have been produced in and through the written word.
In this assignment, it is your turn to write an architectural manifesto. You will base the manifesto on the work you have chosen for your sketchbook assignments throughout the semester. Using the tools of formal analysis you have developed each week in your sketchbook and the work we have been doing in class to connect form and social context, you will use a discussion of this building to articulate your vision for the role of architecture in society.
You may choose to write from the perspective of the building’s architect, patron, or one of its everyday occupants. You may choose to endorse the architectural principles on which the building is based or you may wish to reject them. It should be clear from the text of the manifesto, however, what personal perspective (architect, patron, or occupant) you have chosen to adopt. You will also want to consider audience. To whom are you speaking and why are you trying to convince them?
Structure and Organization:
In order to be persuasive, your manifesto will need a clear sense of structure. You will need to include an introduction and conclusion that summarize your main points. The body paragraphs of the manifesto should proceed in a logical order.
In order to be persuasive, your manifesto will also need to make use of sound architectural evidence. You may draw on evidence from your own building or others relevant to your chosen era. Use the formal qualities of this architectural evidence to support your argument about how architecture should function in society
The manifesto should be 1000 words long.
no sources are needed.
Please write a 1000-word architecture manifesto on the Plaza Hotel. Please be specific about the building and
go into detail about the design of the Plaza Hotel. Probably write from the architect’s perspective.
I need the correct intext citations for the attached paper. The citations that need to be corrected are highlighted. Professor wants the correct for citing quoted material vs paraphrased material.
1.What is your group’s history related to prejudice and discrimination?
What are the legal, political, and economic challenges facing this group?
What are historical and current forms of individual and institutionalized discrimination facing this group?
2.What is your groups relation with asylum?
3. What are your group’s health outcomes?
How has prejudice and racism affected your group’s health?
What is your group’s access to medical care and medical insurance?
What are major illnesses affecting your group?
What are the leading causes of death?
What are the most pressing healthcare challenges facing your group today?
4.What are best practices for health care practitioners who engage with this group?
Verbal and nonverbal communication style
Beginning and end-of-life decisions
How gender affects medical decision-making
Incorporate research related to your topic for each section. Keywords are not enough to earn credit. Include evidence such as statistics, data, or quotes from experts