Healthcare

[SOLVED] Wait Times for Health Care in Canada

A briefing note is a concise representation of the facts regarding an issue. A briefing note should succinctly describe the issue, background information, key current considerations, options to address the issue, a variety of possible actions and one recommended actions. In practice, briefing notes can inform decision-makers and therefore it is critical that the facts capture all the salient information for decision-making. Writing a briefing note can be challenging because you are condensing complex issues into a brief format, yet this is an important skill to develop. You are asked to develop a briefing note that includes the following headings: Identify the issue: Wait times for Health Care in Canada Background: What led to this issue? What are the key events in the history of this issue? Stakeholders should be considered to understand issue impact and potential action (15 marks) Issue: Define and detail the current issue. Explain why you think this issue is of importance. (15 marks) Analysis: Identify, present and assess alternatives to address the problem. Relevant health care system factors, ethical and legal considerations should all be outlined, where appropriate (20 marks) Recommendation: Recommend actions and one preferred alternative with rationale. (10 marks) Academic quality, including references (10 marks)

Nov 28th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Emotional Well-Being Data

For this discussion, use the Alaska study’s Emotional Well-Being data set to perform the chi-square test of independence on the variables Gender and Dietary Treatment. The chi-square test will help determine if there is a gender imbalance in the data set. Although this chi-square test is considered fairly easy to understand and perform, you may find it useful to find other how-to videos on the Internet. Feel free to share anything you have found to be particularly enlightening. For your initial post, refer to the guidelines in the FEM as you complete the following: Describe, in your own words, when to use the chi-square test of independence. Using the Emotional Well-Being data set linked in Resources, report the results of the chi-square test of independence that you perform. Based on the results, provide a 1-2 sentence practical interpretation.

Nov 27th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Performance Management and Compensation

Explain the importance of performance management in a health care organization. Additionally, choose one method of performance management (e.g., team-based, 360-degree feedback, individual based), and define the concept, and provide 2–3 pros and cons of that method. Use APA style to cite at least 2 scholarly sources from the last 5 years.

Nov 27th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Myopia Progression

Why do Multifocal soft contact lenses and Orthokeratology only have an average efficacy of 30-50%? Why don’t they completely stop myopia progression? What reasons can you think of?

Nov 25th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Energy Spectrum of Exercise

Many fitness and exercise professionals utilize the energy spectrum of exercise to help them design training and exercise regimens. This spectrum is based on the body’s energy systems and their contributions to the ability to perform certain activities for certain periods of time. Then choose one of the following sports:BowlingCross country skiingBasketballFor this assignment, address the following:Analyze the different energy systems in the body that contribute to the performance of the activities involved in that sport. Analyze the efficiency of each energy system across the spectrum as well as which energy system utilizes the most energy in the performance of the sport. Evaluate the potential drawbacks to each energy source for the sport chosen.Your paper should be no more than five pages in length, excluding title and reference pages. You should use at least four additional scholarly sources in addition to the textbook. Format your paper and all citations according to APA style guidelines.

Nov 24th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Hospice Care or Palliative Care

I.  IntroductionIn the real world of higher education, a research proposal is most often written by scholars seeking grant funding for a research project or it’s the first step in getting approval to write an academic essay such as a senior thesis, master/doctoral dissertation.Think about your introduction as a narrative written in two to four paragraphs that succinctly answers the following four questions:What is the central research problem?What is the topic of study related to that research problem?What methods should be used to analyze the research problem?Why is this important research, what is its significance, and why should someone reading the proposal care about the outcomes of the proposed study?II.  Background and SignificanceThis is where you explain the context of your proposal and describe in detail why it’s important. It can be melded into your introduction or you can create a separate section to help with the organization and narrative flow of your proposal. Approach writing this section with the thought that you can’t assume your readers will know as much about the research problem as you do. Note that this section is not an essay going over everything you have learned about the topic; instead, you must choose what is most relevant in explaining the aims of your research.To that end, while there are no prescribed rules for establishing the significance of your proposed study, you should attempt to address some or all of the following:State the research problem and give a more detailed explanation about the purpose of the study than what you stated in the introduction. This is particularly important if the problem is complex or multifaceted.Present the rationale of your proposed study and clearly indicate why it is worth doing; be sure to answer the “So What? question [i.e., why should anyone care].Describe the major issues or problems to be addressed by your research.This can be in the form of questions to be addressed. Be sure to note how your proposed study builds on previous assumptions about the research problem.Explain the methods you plan to use for conducting your research. Clearly identify the key sources you intend to use and explain how they will contribute to your analysis of the topic.Describe the boundaries of your proposed research in order to provide a clear focus. Where appropriate, state not only what you plan to study, but what aspects of the research problem will be excluded from the study.If necessary, provide definitions of key concepts or terms.III.  Literature ReviewConnected to the background and significance of your study is a section of your proposal devoted to a more deliberate review and synthesis of prior studies related to the research problem under investigation. The purpose here is to place your project within the larger whole of what is currently being explored, while demonstrating to your readers that your work is original and innovative. Think about what questions other researchers have asked, what methods they have used, and what is your understanding of their findings and, when stated, their recommendations.Since a literature review is information dense, it is crucial that this section is intelligently structured to enable a reader to grasp the key arguments underpinning your proposed study in relation to that of other researchers. A good strategy is to break the literature into “conceptual categories” [themes] rather than systematically or chronologically describing groups of materials one at a time. Note that conceptual categories generally reveal themselves after you have read most of the pertinent literature on your topic so adding new categories is an on-going process of discovery as you review more studies. How do you know you’ve covered the key conceptual categories underlying the research literature? Generally, you can have confidence that all of the significant conceptual categories have been identified if you start to see repetition in the conclusions or recommendations that are being made.NOTE: Do not shy away from challenging the conclusions made in prior research as a basis for supporting the need for your proposal. Assess what you believe is missing and state how previous research has failed to adequately examine the issue that your study addresses. For more information on writing literature reviews, GO HERE (Links to an external site.).To help frame your proposal’s review of prior research, consider the “five C’s” of writing a literature review:Cite, so as to keep the primary focus on the literature pertinent to your research problem.Compare the various arguments, theories, methodologies, and findings expressed in the literature: what do the authors agree on? Who applies similar approaches to analyzing the research problem?Contrast the various arguments, themes, methodologies, approaches, and controversies expressed in the literature: describe what are the major areas of disagreement, controversy, or debate among scholars?Critique the literature: Which arguments are more persuasive, and why? Which approaches, findings, and methodologies seem most reliable, valid, or appropriate, and why? Pay attention to the verbs you use to describe what an author says/does [e.g., asserts, demonstrates, argues, etc.].Connect the literature to your own area of research and investigation: how does your own work draw upon, depart from, synthesize, or add a new perspective to what has been said in the literature?IV.  Research Design and MethodsThis section must be well-written and logically organized because you are not actually doing the research, yet, your reader must have confidence that it is worth pursuing. The reader will never have a study outcome from which to evaluate whether your methodological choices were the correct ones. Thus, the objective here is to convince the reader that your overall research design and proposed methods of analysis will correctly address the problem and that the methods will provide the means to effectively interpret the potential results. Your design and methods should be unmistakably tied to the specific aims of your study.Describe the overall research design by building upon and drawing examples from your review of the literature. Consider not only methods that other researchers have used but methods of data gathering that have not been used but perhaps could be. Be specific about the methodological approaches you plan to undertake to obtain information, the techniques you would use to analyze the data, and the tests of external validity to which you commit yourself [i.e., textual analysis, oral history (interviews) the trustworthiness by which you can generalize from your study to other people, places, events, and/or periods of time].When describing the methods you will use, be sure to cover the following:Specify the research process you will undertake and the way you will interpret the results obtained in relation to the research problem. Don’t just describe what you intend to achieve from applying the methods you choose, but state how you will spend your time while applying these methods [e.g., coding text from interviews to find statements about the need to change school curriculum; running a regression to determine if there is a relationship between campaign advertising on social media sites and election outcomes in Europe].Keep in mind that the methodology is not just a list of tasks; it is an argument as to why these tasks add up to the best way to investigate the research problem. This is an important point because the mere listing of tasks to be performed does not demonstrate that, collectively, they effectively address the research problem. Be sure you clearly explain this.Anticipate and acknowledge any potential barriers and pitfalls in carrying out your research design and explain how you plan to address them. No method is perfect so you need to describe where you believe challenges may exist in obtaining data or accessing information. It’s always better to acknowledge this than to have it brought up by your professor.V.  Preliminary Suppositions and ImplicationsJust because you don’t have to actually conduct the study and analyze the results, doesn’t mean you can skip talking about the analytical process and potential implications. The purpose of this section is to argue how and in what ways you believe your research will refine, revise, or extend existing knowledge in the subject area under investigation. Depending on the aims and objectives of your study, describe how the anticipated results will impact future scholarly research, theory, practice, forms of interventions, or policymaking. Note that such discussions may have either substantive [a potential new policy], theoretical [a potential new understanding], or methodological [a potential new way of analyzing] significance.When thinking about the potential implications of your study, ask the following questions:What might the results mean in regards to challenging the theoretical framework and underlying assumptions that support the study?What suggestions for subsequent research could arise from the potential outcomes of the study?What will the results mean to practitioners in the natural settings of their workplace?Will the results influence programs, methods, and/or forms of intervention?How might the results contribute to the solution of social, economic, or other types of problems?Will the results influence policy decisions?In what way do individuals or groups benefit should your study be pursued?What will be improved or changed as a result of the proposed research?How will the results of the study be implemented and what innovations or transformative insights could emerge from the process of implementation?NOTE:  This section should not delve into idle speculation, opinion, or be formulated on the basis of unclear evidence. The purpose is to reflect upon gaps or understudied areas of the current literature and describe how your proposed research contributes to a new understanding of the research problem should the study be implemented as designed.VI.  ConclusionThe conclusion reiterates the importance or significance of your proposal and provides a brief summary of the entire study. This section should be only one or two paragraphs long, emphasizing why the research problem is worth investigating, why your research study is unique, and how it should advance existing knowledge.Someone reading this section should come away with an understanding of:Why the study should be done,The specific purpose of the study and the research questions it attempts to answer,The decision to why the research design and methods used where chosen over other options,The potential implications emerging from your proposed study of the research problem, andA sense of how your study fits within the broader scholarship about the research problem.VII.  CitationsAs with any scholarly research paper, you must cite the sources you used. In a standard research proposal, this section can take two forms, so consult with your professor about which one is preferred.Works cited — lists only the literature that you actually used or cited in your proposal.Bibliography — lists everything you used or cited in your proposal, with additional citations to any key sources relevant to understanding the research problem.English 218 uses the works citedIn either case, this section should testify to the fact that you did enough preparatory work to ensure the project will complement and not just duplicate the efforts of other researchers. Start a new page and use the heading “References” or “Bibliography” centered at the top of the page. Cited works should always use a standard format that follows the writing style advised by the discipline of your course e.g., education=APA; history=Chicago] or that is preferred by your professor. This class uses MLA. This section normally does not count towards the total page length of your research proposal.

Nov 24th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement

After searching for recent (i.e., last five years) articles published in peer-reviewed journal articles (i.e., library journal database or Google Scholar) on the following general topic areas, choose a general topic for your research project. What general topic area interests you? Then, based on the articles you find published within your general topic area, select a specific sub-topic related to your chosen general topic area for your research project. What specific sub-topic within your chosen general topic area is a “hot topic” in the current literature? Submit your general topic area as well as the specific sub-topic to the dropbox in Word format. Lastly, make sure to always include identifying information (i.e., name, etc.) on any submissions to your courses!General topic area: QUALITY ASSURANCE AND PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENThis presentation is to be a mock Board presentation of your chosen topic and why the board should chose you/your topic for funding/further trials/research/etc. This is a realistic situation that some of you may encounter in your careers and you should be able to discuss healthcare topics in a public forum, such as this.Using presentation software such as PowerPoint, create an executive-level presentation “to the Board”.Goal of the presentation: based on the information submitted in your essay, “sell” the Board on why your topic should be supported for implementation.Must contain a minimum of 4 content slides (i.e. not counting title and reference slides), no maximum .

Nov 24th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Why Pneumonia is Dangerous

Write a paper at least 3 pages in length on why pneumonia is dangerous

Nov 24th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Promoting Positive Eye-care Seeking Behavior

you have done great job with the title identification, here is the full projecttitle: Promoting Positive Eye-care Seeking Behavior in Diabetic Retinopathy Patients in Saudi ArabiaFinal submission: The final project report is due on April 1st,  Plagiarism check will be done on your report so check the guidelines for plagiarism given in the course outline. The guidelines for the report submission:the proposal should be organized as follows:A. Executive Summary of the Proposed Program (1page)• Need and supporting data• Service area and population to be servedRemember this is a synopsis of the most important points from the Narrative.B. Narrative (maximum of 10 pages)1. Problem Statementa. Description of issue or need to be addressed by proposed programb. Supporting facts and documentation of need for the proposed program2. Project Descriptiona. Description of proposed programb. Identify target population and number of people to be servedc. Project goals, objectives and activities (complete Log frame matrix)d. Other organizations / collaborators participating in the project and their role e.Timetable for implementation (Gantt chart)3. Monitoring and Evaluation (1 page)a. MIS formatsb. What impact will you have? How will you know? Who will do the evaluation? Howwill the results be used?4. Budgeta. Budget Worksheetsplease let me know if you need help

Nov 24th, 2021

Healthcare

[SOLVED] Affordable Care Act

TopicThe Qualitative study on how the Affordable Care Act has Succeeded or Failed in Providing Health Coverage and Cost ReductionWrite 800 words on the topic’s•    Problem Statement•    Purpose of the Study•    Significance of the Study•    Nature of the Study•    Research Question/Hypothesis•    Theoretical or Conceptual Framework

Nov 24th, 2021

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