Child and Adolescent Health
Read chapter 16 of the class textbook and review the attached PowerPoint presentation. Once done, answer the following questions;
1. Identify and discuss the major indicators of child and adolescent health status.
2. Describe and discuss the social determinants of child and adolescent health.
3. Mention and discuss at least 2 public programs and prevention strategies targeted to children’s health.
4. Mention and discuss the individual and societal costs of poor child health status.
As stated in the syllabus present your assignment in an APA format word document, Arial 12 font attached to the forum in the discussion tab of the blackboard titled “Week 12 discussion questions” and the SafeAssign exercise in the assignment tab of the blackboard. It is mandatory to post your assignment in the SafeAssign exercise. If the assignment is not posted there, I will grade the assignment as 0. A minimum of 2 evidence-based references besides the class textbook no older than 5 years must be used and quoted. You must post two replies to any of your peers sustained with the proper references no older than 5 years in two different days to verify attendance and as well make sure the references are properly quoted and mention to whom you are replying to. The reply is a comment to your peer not an extension of your assignment. What I mean is that you can’t post in your replies the same that you posted in your assignment. A minimum of 800 words is required. Please make sure to follow the instructions as given and use either spell-check or Grammarly before you post your assignment. I will also pay close attention to spelling and/or grammar. Please review the rubric attached to the lecture. You must present the assignment according to how it is posted, answering the questions by number, essay-style assignments will not be accepted unless otherwise specified. I’ve been grading a lot of assignments with quite a few spelling/grammar errors. As a BSN student, you should be able to present an assignment according to APA and without errors. This reflects our University.
We are entering week 12 of our course which means we are entering the final curve and your performance in the class will influence your grade.
WALMART is the company for this project.
Throughout this course, you have been using different analysis strategies to determine best practices for developing your business plan. It’s time to develop a strategic plan that will help you determine where your business is now, where you want to take it, and how you will get there. Your strategic plan will help you implement and manage the strategic direction of your company. Additionally, you will communicate the direction of your company to stakeholders.
Develop a strategic plan for the company you selected at the beginning of your MBA program and share it with stakeholders.
Create a 10- to 15-slide presentation for key stakeholders to solicit their approval of your strategic plan. Address the following in your presentation:
An introduction with mission and vision statements
Core values, ethics, and social responsibility principles
Analysis of the company’s:
Internal environment (e.g. strengths and weaknesses related to resources, trademarks, patents, copyrights, or current processes)
External environment (e.g. opportunities and threats related to market trends, economic trends, demographics, or regulations)
An evaluation of the internal and external environment’s impact on achieving the company strategy
Create a strategic objective for the company.
Create short- and long-term goals for achieving the company’s strategic plan.
Determine methods for collecting data and measuring the success of the strategic plan.
Alabama A & M University Walmart Strategic Plan Powerpoint
SU Accounting Frauds Within the Revenue Expenditure & Production Cycle Discussion
SU Accounting Frauds Within the Revenue Expenditure & Production Cycle Discussion.
Discussion Topic: Accounting frauds within the revenue, expenditure, and production cycle. It is very easy to do a Web search and locate articles concerning accounting frauds as a result of misappropriating transactions using the revenue, expenditure, and/or production cycle(s). Locate a recent (no more than 5 years) news article concerning a fraud using one of the aforementioned cycles of a company located within the vicinity of where you live. Post a link to the article, and discuss how the fraud occurred as a result of the revenue, expenditure, or production cycle.Also do the response each posted #1 to 3 down below. Posted 1 Hello Professor and Class, As I did research for this discussion, I notice there are a lot of misappropriating cases in Iowa’s history. I did not notice an obvious stereo type as a profession but did notice the accused committed the fraud and eventually deposited the money into their own personal account. So, it seems these people clearly do not think these crimes all the way through. Why would these people not think they were going to get caught, it just does not make sense to me? Most of the quantities of money is not that extreme, most of them being in the low hundred grand ranges. It does not make sense to me why someone would want to take the risk of loosing all their freedom and identity for 6 figures. The only thing I can think of is they got themselves involved committing crime, never got caught, felt comfortable over time, made a few little mistakes, and finally someone noticed and turned them in. Best advice I can give, think about what you will lose if you get caught, your freedom. I found many examples of misappropriating fraud and could have chose any one of them but decided on 1. The article is about a man who worked at a hospital as a CEO. I do not like going to the hospital, it cost us way too much, I have always thought hospitals have always been out to take my money. So, I figured since this man worked for a hospital and was caught committing fraud, I would mention his trouble. Not everyone who works at a hospital is bad, wear would we be without the dedicated doctors and nurses who spend their lives saving ours. It is the individuals who own or run those hospitals who I believe are the reason for the ridiculous prices (Telegraph Herald, 2019). This fraud accord in Manchester Iowa, by a man named Lonnie Butikofer. He worked at a Manchester hospital as a CEO. He has been accused of misappropriating over $100,000 dollars and could do up to 10 years in prison for his crime. In my opinion if you do this type of crime you should probably go to prison for more then 20 years. This is a slap on the wrist, once a thief always a thief in my opinion, this person will probably do this again. How Lonnie was caught is he sent out some emails that were for some reason labeled inappropriate, not sure what was inappropriate about them, but they got him busted. Because of the emails, the Iowa state auditor’s office did investigate Lonnie. After investigating Lonnie, another employee associated with Lonnie, Michael D. Briggs hid the money in expenses. Lonnie hid pretty much all the money he stole in personal trips (Telegraph Herald, 2019). Reference Telegraph Herald. (2019). Former CEO accused of stealing more than $100,000 from Manchester hospital pleads guilty. Copyright 2020 Telegraph Herald, 801 Bluff St PO Box 688 Dubuque, IA. Retrieved from https://www.telegraphherald.com/ Posted 2 Thomas Hauk was sentenced to nine years in federal prison (without bail) and was ordered to pay back the four million dollars that he embezzled from his firm’s clients. He pleaded guilty to five counts of bank fraud, two counts of wire fraud, five counts of counterfeit securities, and four counts of money laundering. He defrauded five victims and stole the identity of a sixth over the course of ten years at Assured Management Company. He used an “on-the-books” fraud scheme, meaning he balanced debits and credits in the accounting statements to avoid detection. https://www.justice.gov/usao-wdmo/pr/accountant-sentenced-4-million-embezzlement-scheme Posted 3 Partners at New York accounting firm plead guilty in Manhattan federal court in multi-million dollar accounting fraud scheme. Marc Wieselthier a CPA at a New York accounting firm plead guilty to participating in a scheme to obtain millions of dollars in loans by making false statements and providing false and fraudulent documents to two commercial banks. Wieselthier admitted to lying about the financial condition of a company to induce banks to lend the company millions, who then defaulted with nearly $5 million still owed. Specifically, the company falsely inflated its sales and accounts receivable on borrowing base certificates and in financial statements audited by Wieselthier. As a part of the scheme, on an annual basis, Wieselthier knowingly issued unqualified audit reports known as “clean opinions” falsely certifying that the company’s financial statements fairly, and in material respects, reflected the true financial condition of the company and were in the conformity with GAAP. The former CEO Emanuel Cohen of Boca Raton, FL and the former sales manager Thomas Thompson of Coral Springs, FL plead guilty for their roles in the scheme. Reference https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/newyork/news/press-releases/partner-at-new-york-accounting-firm-pleads-guilty-in-manhattan-federal-court-in-multi-million-dollar-accounting-fraud-scheme
SU Accounting Frauds Within the Revenue Expenditure & Production Cycle Discussion
Crc Or Hartland Ego Strengthening Script English Literature Essay
java assignment help Analyse either the CRC or Hartland Ego-Strengthening script to explain why they are effective if indeed you believe they are. How might you improve them. The script “Calmness, Relaxation = Confidence” (CRC, see text in appendix) aims at giving the client calm and confidence. It is used during the therapy section of the trance on its own or as a primer for some more focussed therapy, e.g. smoking cessation (NCHP, 2011). In this essay, I’ll analyse the script at two levels: structure and language. In the light of this analysis, I’ll evaluate the script and suggest some modifications. The script is supposed to last about 10 minutes. It can be divided into seven sections of roughly equal lengths according to their theme. The sections build on each other to deepen the client’s relaxation during and after the therapy session. In chronological order: Calmness: the client is given a post-hypnotic suggestion to remain relaxed when the trance is over. More positive perception of problems: the client should build up on his relaxation to deal more calmly and objectively with common stressful situations. Energy conservation: Thanks to his mental relaxation, the client can now relax physically and use his body more efficiently. Confidence: It is the consequence of the mental and physical relaxation. Tensions disappear: During the second half of the script, the relaxation now encompasses both physical and mental tensions. This section includes a body check to ensure it is totally free of tension. Coping: This section reinforce the post-hypnotic suggestion of section 2. The client shouldn’t exaggerate the importance of his problems. Wrapping up: The last three sentences conclude the script by repeating differently the main themes. The analysis reveals three main themes: physical and mental relaxation (sections 1 and 5), confidence drawn from relaxation (sections 4 and 7) and efficiency in everyday life, both during normal activities and in stressful situations (sections 2, 3 and 6). The script cycles between physical and mental relaxation and builds on one to deepen the other. The quick body check at the end of section 5 makes sure the client doesn’t tense up. By this time, the trance has lasted about 15 to 20 minutes and tension would be distractive for the rest of the script, in particular if the script is followed by further therapy. At the language level, the Milton model of hypnotic language (Burton, 2007) is a useful tool for analysis. This model is generally used in neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and is based on the language used by Milton Erickson, the father of modern hypnotherapy. The Milton model relies on the assumption that some syntax works better on the unconscious because it by-passes or distracts the conscious mind. The main repetitive structure is the sequence of a modal operator (will) associated with an unspecified verb. According the model, “will” implies a positive consequence for the verb it refers to. The unspecified verbs describe either a positive evolution (become, prove, convince, assume, lose, find), the client’s experience during the trance (feel), or the permanence of a positive state (keep, remain). The latter is used for post-hypnotic suggestions. The second important aspect of the script is the linking language. Relatively unusual phrases are used to strengthen and link the suggestions. “As the days go by” is repeated 8 times and “so too” occurs 4 times. Together they create a mantra to which the patient can anchor. “As the days go by” reinforces the effect of the unspecified verbs about evolution. “So too” associated with other causal linking words (because, therefore) structures the progression of the script by creating a causal narrative between relaxation, calm and confidence. The last language pattern of interest in the script is the use of negative concepts. They are especially common at the beginning (worries, problem, annoy, upset). Of course, they are always part of a sentence that implies their reduction or elimination for the benefit of the client. While the debate is still open on the use of negative concepts during trance, I feel that working on the ability to weaken problems can appeal better to the patient than aiming towards potentially unreachable ideals expressed by positive concepts. At the sentence level, most of the script is fairly straightforward. It’s only in the wrap up that two more complex structures are used. A lost performative introduces a generic statement about the benefits of the session (you will find that this inner feeling [â€¦] brings many benefits). The conclusion is a presupposition with a simple analogy (it will be just as if a weight had been lifted from you [â€¦]). Their position at the end of the script forces the client’s mind to work a bit harder. This probably improves the work on the unconscious during the deepest part of the trance. Overall this script is quite simple and to the point. It is therefore adapted to clients who haven’t done much hypnosis. It grabs their attention straight away and the linking words keep the conscious busy to let the unconscious do its work. It is also very authoritarian. Depending on the type of patient, it may be useful to offer less direct suggestions. For example, one could replace “will” by “can” and associate it with embedded commands (as your body is relaxing so well, you can notice that you use less energy) or double binds (as you’re becoming more relaxed, you can feel more confident or more optimistic about the future). To conclude, the CRC script is an effective and practical script than can be useful for mild cases of stress. In practice, the therapist can use it as a template in which he can insert specific problems that the client mentioned outside of hypnosis. Appendix: Milton Model analysis of the CRC script Key: Embedded commands Linking language Lost performative Cause and effect Presupposition Modal operators Unspecified verbs Double bind Ambiguity Negative concepts Script: “Because you are relaxing so well…when this session is over you will keep with you as much as you need of the feeling of calmness and relaxation that you have now…and this inner feeling of calmness and relaxation will remain with you…in fact…as each day goes by…you will feel yourself becoming more and more mentally calm…your mind will become crystal clear…your worries will seem less significant…your problems assume their true proportions. At times things and people may still annoy and upset you…that’s perfectly natural…but nothing and no-one will worry you to the same extent…nothing and no-one will upset you to the same extent…your thinking will no longer be dominated by exaggerated problems and as the days go by and you feel yourself becoming more and more mentally calm…so too you will feel yourself becoming more and more physically relaxed…and this means that when you’re working…it won’t matter what job you’re doing…it won’t matter where you are…it won’t matter who’s with you…you’ll only be using those muscles and that amount of energy necessary to do that job…the remainder of your body will be relaxing…and in this way you’ll conserve energy…energy that you will need to enjoy life to the full…in the same way…while you’re walking…you’ll not be rushing…you’ll be taking everything in your stride…using only those muscles and that amount of energy necessary for you to walk…the remainder of your body will be relaxing. Again…a further conservation of energy. Also…when you’re sitting down…it won’t matter where you are…it won’t matter who’s with you…when you are sitting down your whole body will be relaxing…as the days go by…and as you’re becoming more and more mentally calm and more and more physically relaxed…so too you will feel more and more confident…because when we feel mentally calm and physically relaxed then we feel confident and free to be ourselves…so as the days go by and as you’re becoming more and more mentally calm…more and more physically relaxed…so too you’ll be feeling more and more confident. You will be more confident in yourself…more confident about whatever you’re doing…more confident in your ability to cope with things and with people…but above all…more confident and more optimistic about the future… …as the days go by and as you’re becoming more and more mentally calm…more and more physically relaxed…more and more confident so too you will be losing any trace of unnecessary mental and physical tension…because when you feel mentally calm…when you feel physically relaxed…when you have this inner feeling of confidence…tension simply cannot and does not exist…because tension is just the opposite of calmness…relaxation…and confidence… …so as the days go by…and as you become more and more mentally calm…more and more physically relaxed…more and more confident…so you will lose all trace of unnecessary tension in your head…in your face …in your neck…in your shoulders…in your arms and hands…in your chest…in your stomach…in your back…in your legs and feet. Therefore, as the days go by and you lose any traces of unnecessary tension…whether mental or physical…you will be able to cope with anything…with anybody…with any situation…more and more easily…because you will be coping in a more calm…more relaxed…more confident manner…and as the days go by…you will notice…possibly by only small things in the beginning…that you are indeed coping with anything…with anybody…with any situation…much more easily…this will show you…it will prove to you…it will convince you…that you are indeed becoming a more calm…more relaxed…more confident person. Above all…it will prove to you…that the problem that you have had is slipping away into the past and concerning you less and less…and you will find that this inner feeling of calmness…relaxation…and confidence brings many benefits. Yes…you’ll find that nothing and no-one will worry you to the same extent…nothing and no-one will upset you to the same extent…in fact…it will be just as if a weight had been lifted from you leaving you free to enjoy life more fully…and to be more yourself.”
FIN 343 Upper Iowa University Course Summary
FIN 343 Upper Iowa University Course Summary.
InstructionsWeekly SummariesOn a weekly basis, learners are expected to submit a Weekly Summary of topics learned, objectives achieved and a conclusion as to the practical relevance of the subject material covered. The Weekly Summary should include the following “Five Points” and run about 1-2 pageWhat are the most important concepts you have learned from this course?What would you recommend to your management/leadership based on these concepts? (e.g., change of direction, new systems, re-engineering). Think of this from the perspective that you are the senior executive in the organization with the authority to impact change.How will these concepts impact you personally and professionally?What is the value-added from these concepts or what difference can these concepts make to your organization? (e.g., financial savings, productivity improvements, expanded marketing activities).Personal notes and observations on your individual progress in the course and group work.
FIN 343 Upper Iowa University Course Summary
SCAD Love Concept in Business Discussion
SCAD Love Concept in Business Discussion.
Philosopher and historian Martin Buber (1878–1965) taught that love is not a feeling but a responsibility of one person for another. Feelings may come and go, but the solidarity that people have with each other and the care they take with one another define them as human beings. Thus, love, as responsibility, depends on relationships based on good faith and concern. Business, too, is about relationships. Without a relationship of trust, there can be no exchange of goods or services upon which economies are built.Many people question the place of love in a business setting. When seen from Buber’s perspective, however, love is not an idyllic feeling, but a driving force for justice and care. This does not deny the need for profit and financial success. It simply emphasizes the other side of the twofold purpose of business (profit and responsibility). In fact, John Mackey, the founder of Whole Foods, has said that love has been the basis of his success in business, which translates into care and concern for customers beyond profit and for workers beyond productivity.If there is anything that transcends time, place, and culture, it is love. The search for a universally applied set of ethics always comes back to it. But what does love look like in a business setting?IBM expresses their mission: “[IBM] remain[s] dedicated to leading the world into a more prosperous and progressive future; to creating a world that is fairer, more diverse, more tolerant, more just” (Byers and Stanberry, 2018).Can Martin Buber’s notion of love play a role in business? Why or why not?If so, what would that look like?What responsibilities do companies have regarding justice and care?Should business ethics be grounded on more concrete tenets? Why or why not?Note:For this post also bring in information from at least one background source or your own research to help inform your classmates. Cite the source.Assignment ExpectationsEach post should be about 250-300 words.Discussion posts will be assessed according to the following criteria on the discussion rubric:Quality of initial posting (first discussion only): Initial posting reveals a clear understanding of all aspects of the treated discussion question; uses factual and relevant information; and demonstrates full development of concepts.Reference to supporting readings/information literacy: Refers to and properly cites either course and/or outside readings in posts, as required.Critical thinking: Demonstrates mastery conceptualizing the problem; viewpoints and assumptions of experts are analyzed, synthesized, and evaluated; and conclusions are logically presented with appropriate rationale.
SCAD Love Concept in Business Discussion
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