American History Unit  2 Discussion NURS 5051 – Week 1 Discussion A Civilized Society SOCW 6070 Week 1 – Discussion: Leadership And Management: What Is The Difference? Interview Format Differentiated Instruction- JIGSAW Describe The Characteristics Of Functional, Divisional, And Matrix Structures And Compare The Three Structures. Pages 46 – 61 And Pages 62 To 89 The House On Mango Street (2) Assignments Japanese Earthquake

Aug 24, 2021

Initial Post Instructions

For the initial post, pick two (2) of the following settlements:

  • Southern colonies
  • Chesapeake colonies
  • Middle colonies
  • New England colonies

Then, address the following for your selections:

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  • Compare and contrast the settlement patterns.
  • What forces and ideas shaped their origin?
  • Examine the influence of religion for those settlements (e.g., Puritanism, Quakers, and the Anglican Church).

 

For this week’s discussion, you will revisit your original publication options previously identified in the Unit 2 Discussion.

 

Assignment

  • How have your perspectives changed regarding these possible publication opportunities? Write 300 words discussing if your level of interest seeking publication has changed.

After learning more about developing a systematic literature review (Bettany-Saltikov, 2012), discuss how you can develop your capstone content into a systematic literature review for possible publication.

  • What elements are commonly found in a systematic literature review?
  • How can you can amend your capstone content into a systematic literature review for possible publication?
  • What possible publication sources exist for systematic literature review submissions? What are their requirements for publication?
  • If you plan on submitting your capstone research for possible publication, discuss your timeline for doing so.

Take a look at some examples of recently published systematic literature review,

Publication Source 1

Name of source: American Journal of Public Health (AJPH)

Type of source: Academic Journal/Peer-Review Journal

Submission requirements: There are four requirements for the initial submission.

Title page: The title page should include the title of the article, the author names, author affiliations, and the full abstract.

A blinded manuscript file that does not include: acknowledgments, author information, institutional affiliations or contributions, disclosures of conflict, identification of funding source(s), names of IRB granting institutions, or clinical trial registration number.

A cover letter: The cover letter should be no more than 150 words and should be text specific that indicates whether the article has been commissioned, whether it responds to a call for papers, and any other information that is relevant for triaging it.

Manuscripts must be submitted online at http://www.editorialmanager.com/ajph.

The article will undergo two triaging stages. The Initial triage will be conducted by the editor-in-Chief and the Senior Deputy Editor to identify sufficient priority manuscripts. The second triage will be a peer-review and undergo a technical check to ensure that the four requirements outlined above are met.

 

I am highly interested in submitting this article because it covers both health policy and public health areas. Its mission is to advance public health research, policy, practice, and education.

 

Publication Source 2

Name of source: BioMed Central (BMC)

Type of source: Academic Journal

Submission requirements: The article must include all of the subheadings listed below, as well as a declaration section.

Title page: The title page should have a title, present a title (e.g. “A versus B in the treatment of C), the full names and institutional addresses for all authors​​​​​​, and indicate the corresponding author.

Abstract: The Abstract should be a maximum of 350 words. There should be minimum abbreviations, and references should not be cited in the abstract. The abstract must include the following: a background (purpose of the study), methods (how the analysis was performed), Keywords (There should be between three to ten keywords representing the main content of the article) (the main findings), and a conclusion (brief summary and potential implications).

Declarations: All manuscripts must contain the following sections under the heading ‘Declarations’:

Ethics approval and consent to participate

Consent for publication

Availability of data and materials

Competing interests

Funding

Authors’ contributions

Acknowledgments

Authors’ information (optional)

The BMC publishes all articles on its websites and will also make articles available on SpringerLink, Google Scholar, PubMed Central, Medline, Scopus, and all other major full-text repositories journals indexed. However, the BMC articles are targeted more towards science, technology, engineering, and medicine; based on my topic, I don’t feel that this would be a site where I would publish my article.

Publication Source 3

Name of source: The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)

Type of source: Academic Journal

Submission requirements: All submissions will undergo editorial review for relevance, importance, originality, and timelines. Submissions need to be between 500-1000 words (not including title page or references), nor more than three authors, original (not published or posted elsewhere), maximum of 7 references. For submission and review, the manuscript must be submitted as a Word document (12-point font size, double-space text, and leave right margins unjustified (ragged).

JAMA Health is a national and international, peer-reviewed journal that addresses health policy and strategies affecting medicine, health, and health care—being a new global publication website. I would be interested in having my research article published on this website.

All manuscripts must be submitted online via our simplified manuscript submission system.

The difference between a systematic literature review and primary research is that systematic research is a more advanced evidence-based research that focuses on the relevant question; whereas, primary research is a more summarization of a topic that uses informal or subjective methods to collect data.

 

References:

BioMed Central Journals. (2021). Submission Guidelines. Retrieved on 17 January 2021, from https://bmcpublichealth.biomedcentral.com/submission-guidelines/preparing-your-manuscript/research-article

 

The Journal of the American Medical Association. (2021). Instruction for authors. Retrieved on 17th January 2021, from

https://jamanetwork.com/channels/health-forum/pages/instructions-for-authors#requirements

 

American Journal of Public Health. (2021). Author’s Instruction. Retrieved January 18, 2021, from https://ajph.aphapublications.org/

Please see attached document with complete instructions

To Prepare:

  • Reflect on the concepts of informatics and knowledge work as presented in the Resources.

1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=fLUygA8Hpfo

2. See attached articles –

  • Consider a  hypothetical scenario based on your own healthcare practice or  organization that would require or benefit from the access/collection and application of data.

Your scenario may involve a patient, staff, or management problem or gap. – I work in a psychiatric unit.

Instructions:

1. Post a description of the focus of your scenario.

2. Describe the data that could be used and how the data might be collected and accessed.

3. What knowledge might be derived from that data?

4. How would a nurse leader use clinical reasoning and judgment in the formation of knowledge from this experience?

** USE AT LEAST 3 REFERENCES**

Discussion: The Application of Data to Problem-Solving

In the modern era, there are few professions that do not to some extent rely on data. Stockbrokers rely on market data to advise clients on financial matters. Meteorologists rely on weather data to forecast weather conditions, while realtors rely on data to advise on the purchase and sale of property. In these and other cases, data not only helps solve problems, but adds to the practitioner’s and the discipline’s body of knowledge.

Of course, the nursing profession also relies heavily on data. The field of nursing informatics aims to make sure nurses have access to the appropriate date to solve healthcare problems, make decisions in the interest of patients, and add to knowledge.

In this Discussion, you will consider a scenario that would benefit from access to data and how such access could facilitate both problem-solving and knowledge formation.

 

To Prepare:

  • Reflect on the concepts of informatics and knowledge work as presented in the Resources.
  1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?reload=9&v=fLUygA8Hpfo
  2. See attached articles –
  • Consider a hypothetical scenario based on your own healthcare practice or organization that would require or benefit from the access/collection and application of data.

Your scenario may involve a patient, staff, or management problem or gap. – I work in a psychiatric unit.

 

Instructions:

  1. Post a description of the focus of your scenario.
  2. Describe the data that could be used and how the data might be collected and accessed.
  3. What knowledge might be derived from that data?
  4. How would a nurse leader use clinical reasoning and judgment in the formation of knowledge from this experience?

 

** USE AT LEAST 3 REFERENCES**

The ancient Romans created new forms of building structures, revolutionized materials and advanced technology. Consider the Roman examples of the arch, vault and dome. Which of these do you feel is the most important contribution to architecture and its advancement?  Please find an example and offer research support for your choice and answer.

 

Discussion: Leadership and Management: What Is the Difference?

Leadership and management in social agencies are about starting things up, getting them done, and keeping them moving.

—Armand Lauffer

Leadership and management are two terms that are used interchangeably but represent different roles that have different functions. Understanding the differences and similarities is essential for social work administrators as they develop leadership strategies within organizations. Understanding the functions associated with leadership and management roles can influence how social workers supervise and work with colleagues in administrative practice. As you prepare for this Discussion, consider how your understanding of leadership and management roles might affect you when you assume a supervisory position.

Provide a 300-word Discussion Post 

–  An analysis of the similarities and differences of leadership and management roles as they relate to human services organizations.

– Include how your understanding of these roles may affect you as you assume a supervisory position.

Support your post with 3 specific references to the resources. Be sure to provide full APA citations for your references.

Required Readings

Lauffer, A. (2011). Understanding your social agency (3rd ed.). Washington, DC: Sage.

· Chapter 1, “Where Your Agency Came From and Where It’s Going” (pp. 2–31)

· Prequel to Chapter 2, “Meet the Staff Members” (pp. 35–37)

· Chapter 2, “Concepts, Theories, and Classifications” (pp. 38–65)

· Chapter 7, “Organizational Culture” (pp. 210–240)

· Chapter 8, “Leadership, Management, and Governance” (pp. 243–280)

Mulroy, E. A. (2004). Theoretical perspectives on the social environment to guide management and community perspectives: An organization-in-environment approach. Administration in Social Work, 28(1), 77–96.

 PLEASE FOLLOW THE BELOW  INSTRUCTIONS

4 REFERENCES

Despite what you may believe (or may have been told), there is no such thing as one “right” way to do an interview. In fact, there are numerous books written about the various ways of conducting the clinical interview. In actual clinical practice, you will find the format that “works” best for you and addresses your unique strengths and the needs of the client.

In this Discussion, you will practice finding the interview format that works for you and share those ideas with your colleagues for feedback.

Learning Objectives

Students will:
  • Develop formats for initial interviews of mental health clients

Post:

Attach the interview format document you would use for an initial interview of a client.

Describe what interview format your preceptor uses for the initial interview of a client.

Describe which element of your interview format is most helpful in your practice.

 

Jigsaw is a differentiated Instructional strategy that can be adapted for use at all levels.  We shall adapt this strategy to a discussion thread.  Some students at all levels can get confused with this until they actually go through it in person.  Once you have it down, it will be your “go to” strategy.  A lot of work goes into the planning, but once you have it, Jigsaw will forever be a part of your instructional methodology.

This is only an example: When reading the handout, think of a topic such as types of organs in an “Organ System” as an introduction to:  Grade-Four Life Science,  L.4.1.1 or L.4.1.3.  You could provide material and information for 5 human organs relating to one of the body’s organ systems.  You would split the class into say 5 groups of 5 students each.  Each group member would have information on a different organ in that organ system.  After 5-10 min, they jigsaw into “expert” groups.  Each of the new expert groups only has information about one particular organ each.  The students share and compare information you provided or they researched on laptop of other digital device.  Then 5-10 min later they jigsaw back to original groups……………You read the rest on the attachment.

1.  In your initial post, BRIEFLY describe how you would employ the Jigsaw strategy.

2.  List the CCRS grade level content strand, standard and performance objective.

Use whatever resources at your disposal (Youtube, online textbooks, etc..).

Be sure to write in complete sentences and use good grammar, double-spacing, 12-point font, with one-inch margins.  Be sure to cite your resources and provide the references using APA format.

 

Read pp 46 to 61:  This includes “ Chanclas,” “Hips,” “The First Job,” “Papa Who Wakes Up Tired…” and “Born Bad.”

1.   Make entries in Reading Journal with summaries of each story.

2.  Answer the following questions in complete sentences using evidence from the text.

 

Questions for The House on Mango Street Pages 46 – 61

  1. How does Esperanza feel about her party clothes in “Chanclas”?  Why do you think her attitude changes at the end of the story?
  2. What did Cisneros mean by this quote from “Hips:”  “She is in a world we don’t belong to anymore.”
  3. What happened when Esperanza tried to make friends at work?
  4. Why is Esperanza feeling guilty in “Born Bad”?
  5. Theme of gender roles is emerging. How do you think the author felt about the roles of men and women at this time? What clues do you notice in the stories?

 

Read pp 62 to 89 includes “Elenita, Cards, Palm, Water,” “Geraldo No Last Name” “Edna’s Ruthie,” “The Earl of Tennessee,” “Sire,” “Four Skinny Trees,” “No Speak English,” “Rafaela …” “Sally,” “Minerva Writes Poems, ““Bums in the Attic,” “and “Beautiful and Cruel.”

1.   Make entries in Reading Journal with summaries of each story.

2.   Respond to the following questions using complete sentences and evidence from the text:

Questions for The House on Mango Street Pages 62- 89

  1. What does Cisneros mean by the quote “My whole life on that kitchen table: past, present and future.”?
  2. How does Cisneros give readers a feeling of helplessness in “Geraldo No Last Name”?
  3. Why do you think Ruthie stays at her mother’s home?  What does that tell you about the lives of families in the neighborhood?
  4. What are the word choices Cisneros uses to describe the sound of Earl coming home?
  5. Do you think Cisneros was proud of her cultural heritage? Provide some examples from the text.

APA format, in-text citations, APA format references, references include, 1 1/2 page

What do you feel are some of the major challenges facing Japan in its long term recovery following the earthquake/tsunami/nuclear plant disaster of 2011?  Also present an after-action review of the recovery phase of incident to date, answering the following questions:

  • What could have been done better to prevent the negative consequences of the event?
  • How well did existing mitigation controls perform?
  • Have appropriate new mitigation measure been incorporated into the recovery process?
  • How effective has the recovery strategy been?
  • Have the appropriate priorities been adopted and followed?

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