Assignment: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA

Assignment: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA
Assignment: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA
Describe the role of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) as it pertains to the PMHNP.
Explain your responsibilities when having a DEA number.
Explain how you apply for a DEA number.
Explain your state’s requirements for a safe prescribing and prescription monitoring program. Texas
Explain your responsibility as a PMHNP to follow these requirements.
Provide an example of a drug you may prescribe from each of the Schedule II-V drug levels.Fruits and vegetables are convenient, delicious, and nutritious snacks which can be eaten on-the go (Cite references here).Don’t skip meals…
Eat a good breakfast….
Control the portion you eat especially when eating fast foods and snack foods, and when eating at cafeterias and buffets. These foods are high in calories, fat, sodium/fat and cholesterol.
Do regular physical activity. (Note: List the recommended amount for yong people. The information 2018 is in USDA Guidelines or CDC. Physical activity along with healthy diet can help maintain healthy weight and overall well-being.
Get adequate sleep and rest. Sleep and rest are important to your health. Get more specifics and cite the reference.
Objectives/ Strategies/Tactics
Objective 1: To get 50% of our target audiences to consume at least five servings of fruits and vegetables daily, by the end of the 2019 academic year.
Strategy One: Collaborate with METZ, the Knight Club, and the Fresh Cafe to provide students with the knowledge needed to make healthier eating choices.
Tactic One: Create a large pop-up banner and place it next to the front desk in the Byer Cafeteria. The banner will feature a picture of a plate from the cafeteria but has appropriate portions of fruits, vegetables, grain, and meat on it. This will start freshman thinking about portion control and encourage them to eat a balanced diet. The banner will say “This is it chief! Make sure you get your 5 servings of Fruit and Veggies each day.
Tactic Two: Work with the Knight club to create new menus. These menus will feature a coding system that will let the patron know which choices are healthier and which are unhealthy. Each food item will have the calories listed next to it as well.
Tactic Three: Create door hangers that have information regarding healthy eating. They will be a guide on how to eat healthy as an on campus student. With the help of Metz, the Knight club, and fresh cafe we will create 4 door hangers that each feature a different day of eating healthy. For example there will be a healthy breakfast choice from Byer Cafe, a healthy lunch option from Fresh cafe, and a healthier dinner choice at the knight club. We will put one variation of the hangers on each dorm room door handle.
Strategy Two: Collaborate with the “Commuter Corner” to provide commuter students with general healthy eating information.
Tactic One: Work with Heidi Noyes, the director of commuter life to hold an event in the commuter corner where we show the students how to create a cheap, healthy, meal at home.
Example of breakfast: Jennings (2018)
Lunch: Bruno, A. (2018)
Dinner: Food Network. (2017)
Tactic Two: Hand out flyers to students as they sign in to the commuter corner that have a guide to eating healthy at home on it. This will feature one of the recipes from Tactic One. It will feature nutritional facts of healthier food choices and contrast them to junk food choices. It will also have the average caloric intake goal for men and woman on it and the recommended servings for the main food groups
Strategy Three: Use social media to target our audience.
Tactic One: Create a Video to be shared on youtube. This will be a 15-30 second video meant to dispel the myths surrounding the Freshman 15. It will inform the viewer that they are only likely to gain around 3 pounds but even that can have negative effects later in life. It will also inform them that not eating or eating only a small amount is an appropriate way to avoid the weight gain. You must nourish your body correctly. It will then contain a call to action and tell them to visit a website where they can enter in their height and weight and level of activity to get a starting point for their nutrition. It will tell them the number of calories they should aim for each day, which foods to avoid and which to favor.
Tactic Two: Create a website to inform students about healthy eating, the reality of the freshman 15, gives them a starting point for what and how much to eat, and encourage them to get other friends to visit the site. It will do this by listing recipes that are healthy, tasty, and are for 2 or more people.
Tactic Three: Host a contest on snapchat. Post flyers around campus that have the contest information. On the second and last friday of each month from February 2019 until April 2019 if students add “GUHealthfulEating” on snapchat and post a picture of their healthy meal for the day and add the caption “Eating healthy at GU” they will be entered into a random drawing for a 10 dollar gift card to Fresh Cafe.
Objective 2: To get 60% of our target audiences to be physically active for an hour each day by the end of the 2019 academic year.
Strategy One: Work with the Gannon Recreation center to provide information about the benefits of an active lifestyle.
Tactic One: Set up a table in the Waldron Campus center with Rec center staff to distribute information regarding the rec center. Hours of operation, times the pool is open, fitness class schedules, what to wear, what not to bring, a basic exercise routine. All of this information will be in a tri-fold pamphlet.
Assignment: Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA
Tactic Two: Work with the Rec Center to set up an event where freshman can sign up for a free session with a trainer at the Rec center. There will be 4 sessions, each falling on the first monday of each month starting in February. These sessions will be with a trainer and they will explain to the group how to use each machine in the center, how to decide which exercises to do, how long and often they should exercise. This will acquaint the students with the concept of going to the gym and help break the ice and make them more comfortable visiting it.
Tactic Three: Work with the Rec Center to create signs to post along AJ’s way. The signs will start near the Palumbo Academic Center and run all the way to the Recreation center. The signs will feature information on exercising. Why it is beneficial, myths, and how to make it easy. They will also act as a guide to the Rec Center. There will be arrows with phrases such as “this way to get swole”.
Tactic Four: Work with the Rec Center to create a system where a student can login to the Gannon Website or visit the Wellness and Fitness website that we will create and see an estimate of how busy the rec is that hour. This could work based on taking the average number of people visiting the Rec each day for a month and organizing the average amount of people there each day and at what times. This will help students plan when they visit the Rec Center. Students that may be anxious about being near many people can try and visit during times when the traffic is low.
Strategy Two: Work with the “Commuter Corner” to provide information to commuter students.
Tactic One: Work with Heidi Noyes to organize a commuter fitness presentation. It will feature general fitness information and tips on staying active at home. A commuter student may not have class and will not want to drive or get a ride to campus. The exercises and tips for them will be calisthenics they can do anywhere and tips for jogging in their neighborhoods.
Tactic Two: Work with the commuter corner to hold a giveaway for an at home fitness starter basket. The basket will have several items including, all the pamphlets and information from previous tactics, a reusable water bottle, a jump rope, a small dumbbell and a yoga mat. To enter the student has to sign into the commuter corner.
Strategy Three: Use social media to target our audience.
Tactic One: Host a contest on snapchat. Post flyers around campus that have the contest information. On the first and third friday of each month from February 2019 until April 2019 if students add the Gannon Rec Center on snapchat and post a picture of a gym selfie that week and add the caption related to exercising they will be entered into a random drawing for a 10 dollar gift card to Fresh Cafe.
Tactic Two: Create a virtual trainer video. This will serve as an option for students who are not able to attend one of the in person tours. The staff in the video will demonstrate how to use several of the most popular machines and demonstrate a few exercises using barbells and dumbbells.
Tactic Three: Create a page on the previous website dedicated to fitness and exercise. The page will link to the official Gannon Rec Center page. As a quick glance splash page it will feature hours of operation, if the rec is open that day, the classes offered that day, and if the Rec is particularly busy. It will host simple, visual explanations for beginner exercises.

Read more
15% OFF your first order
Use a coupon FIRST15 and enjoy expert help with any task at the most affordable price.
Claim my 15% OFF Order in Chat

Save More. Score Better. Use coupon code SPECIAL for a 15%discount