MGMT 353 Bethel University Research with Integrity Discussion.
Discussion 6: Research with IntegrityPlease respond using 100 words or more. Research with Integrity…means what? For this week, consider the integrity of research and what it means to you.First, find the article “‘The Meaning of Business’ an interview with Jeff van Duzer” by Rob Moll on a Google or Bing search. (This article appeared in Christianity Today in January 2011. You may not be able to view the article in it’s entirety without subscribing. Don’t worry about this; the assignment is about finding the article not necessarily reading the article, although it is a nice read.)Next, find the same article from its original printed source material using the Jung-Kellogg Library databases. (If you are unfamiliar with the databases, use the MBU Library tool in the left-hand menu and follow the directions provided. You may have to search multiple databases; for example, try both ATLA and the Business Premier sites.)Reflect on the following questions:What is the difference between using the research method through the library and finding it on the Internet? Are Internet sources generally reliable? What are the pros and cons of using the Internet search engines (Google, Bing, etc.) for information? What about Wikipedia (isn’t it just as good as the EBSCO host search)?Does paying to view content make it more credible? Explain.What do you see as the ethical considerations for research, or in other words, how would you define “Research with Integrity”?Finally, cite this article according to APA guidelines.
Tragedy of the Commons and Collective Action. Do the concepts of the ‘tragedy of the commons’ and the problem of ‘collective action’ help you to understand what politics is essentially about? Your answer should include a statement of your understanding of the two concepts and examples to support your argument. I do believe that the concepts of the ‘tragedy of the commons’ and the problem of ‘collective action’ help me to understand what politics is fundamentally about. In this essay I will explain why I believe this to be true. Before I can express how these concepts help with the essential understanding of politics, I must first unravel what exactly the idea of politics is, and I will then continue by applying them to the underlying idea of politics. To help me to do this I will use relevant examples of both in order to back up my opinion and to clearly express my views. It is not simple to define ‘politics’ in just one way as many people have said it to mean very different things. Even respected authorities cannot always agree as to what the subject is about (Heywood, 2013: 2). Harold D. Lasswell famously summed up the idea of politics as being ‘who gets what, when, and how’ (Lasswell, 1936), meaning that it is all about resources. It is about dividing these resources; what these resources are, how much of these resources there is to go around, what system will be used to decide how these resources will be divided up, and how to make sure that after the resources are finished being divided throughout society, that whatever deals were put in place will hold. Politics exists in organisations, groups, and families (Dye, 2002). The broadest definition of politics would be to describe it as the activity through which people make, preserve, and amend the general rules under which the live in society (Heywood, 2013: 2), and this leads to how politics is undoubtedly linked to conflict and cooperation, which in turn brings us to the ‘Tragedy of the Commons’ concept and the ‘Collective Action’ problem. A ‘commons’ is any resource that can be used as though it belongs to all. Garrett Hardin explained the concept of how tragedy can occur within a commons with a parable (Hardin, 1968). The parable was about farmers using a pasture which was open to all, for their herds to graze. As rational beings, each farmer will seek to maximise their own utility, and by pursuing their own self-satisfaction, we expect that each farmer will try to keep as many animals as possible on the pasture (Hardin, 1968). Eventually overgrazing and overcapacity destroys the system of the commons and leads to the collapse of the resource. This is the tragedy. In a limited world, freedom in a commons brings ruin to all, and it can take just one selfish person to break the equilibrium (Hardin, 1968). Of course the concept spreads much farther than just famers grazing their animals on a pasture. Quite a substantial proportion of the world’s most difficult problems can be seen through the lens of the Tragedy of the Commons; famine in Africa, drought, etc. The Tragedy of the Commons can honestly be seen almost anywhere we look in politics. The government can limit access to commons, but there is no technical solution because once this is done it is no longer commons (Hanson, 1997). If we look at America’s political system of ‘laissez faire’, everything, even people become commons. Money is political power and all political decision are reduced to economic ones, meaning that there is no political system but only an economic one (Hanson, 1997). America is one large commons that will be exploited until destruction (Hanson, 1997). The only seen solution is to invent and introduce a political system that cannot be bought monetarily, and then limit freedom in the commons. Otherwise the population will crash (Hanson, 1997). The theoretical approach to politics known as the ‘rational-choice theory’ is a big notion behind the Tragedy of the Commons, and the Tragedy of the Commons definitely aids the understanding of this political theory. The theory assumes that the majority of ‘rational’ people act on the basis of self-interest and will calculate the likely costs and benefits of any action before deciding what to do and will only proceed if the benefits outweigh the costs (Scott, 2000). This theory is clearly employed and understood through the Tragedy of the Commons. In the parable of the farmers, the private benefits received from increasing their heard are greater than the private costs charged, and therefore the farmers adds more animals to the common grazing field. The commons is a fundamental social institution (Crowe, 1969). Hardin’s parable is a useful illustration of a genuine public-policy problem; how does one manage a resource that doesn’t belong to anyone? (Tierney, 2009). Due to man’s pursuance of self-interest, social co-operation doesn’t occur naturally, and problems are bound to arise when trying to make people co-operate in society. Government and social order is all about people coming together to achieve goals, and selfishness will effect many policy outcomes. The way we formulate ideas has a real impact on the society which we live in. People derive private benefits from common resources and the costs can be spread to people around them. We can take pollution as a relevant example. If I am lazy and decide to just throw my rubbish onto the street, I receive the benefit of the ease of discarding my waste without effort, while those around me receive the cost of a polluted town. Exhaust from cars pollutes the air and while the driver in benefited by quick and easy travel to their required destination, everyone around them suffers with polluted air and increase global warming. Politics is centrally concerned with the maintenance and management of scarce resources. This is where collective action appears. Collective action is when a number of people come together to achieve a common objective, when it isn’t necessarily in anybody’s interest to do the right thing. It is about getting people who are busy rushing to do their own things, to do something collectively that will benefit all. We talk of the problem of scarce resources as a collective action problem, because essentially what is behind the idea is how to get people to come together- to cooperate. The ‘collective action problem’ describes the situation where the ‘free-rider’ problem occurs, when rational actors have no individual incentive to support the collective action (Scott, 2000), and despite their unwillingness to cooperate themselves, the still gain from the cooperation of others. Most action taken on behalf of groups of individuals is taken through organizations (Olson, 1965:9), and therefore my example will based on organizations in a general form. Rational individuals will join organizations where the benefits of membership and involvement outweigh the costs, but if they can still receive the benefits without joining the organization, they will not feel the need to join it. The rational choice theory is re-introduced here. If every individual views the membership of the organisation in the same way, nobody will be willing to join and there will be nobody left willing to provide the service of the organization. There is also the example of voters. Individual voters have very little influence over the result of elections and they therefore don’t pay much attention to politics or policy decisions. They do not analyse it in depth, and vote irrationally. We therefore end up with worse outcomes than we would have if they had chosen to stick with their lack of knowledge and not vote. Cooperation is at the heart of the notion of collective action. Groups of individuals with common interests are expected to act on behalf of their common interests as much as single individuals are expected to act on behalf of their personal interests (Olson, 1965: 5). Unfortunately, people do not cooperate naturally. When left with individuals who are motivated by self-interest and don’t work for the group, we must think: what kind of society can emerge and how do you force people into action that will make them work for the group. Tax is a social condition. It is not left up to the people to decide what amount they think they should pay, as although tax paid goes towards services that benefit society as a whole, individuals would avoid paying if they had the choice, if they felt they could still receive the same benefits. Making tax a social condition is an example of a solved political collective action problem in a way. In conclusion I feel that I have convincingly explained why I believe that the concept of the ‘Tragedy of the Commons’ and the ‘Collective Action’ problem both aid in the understanding of what politics is essentially about. What fundamentally links these ideas with politics is cooperation, as it is the foundation for them all. The political ‘Rational Choice’ theory can be comprehended when used with examples from both the tragedy of the commons, and the collective action problem. Politics is about managing resources and searching for conflict resolution that may arise, and both ideas can definitely be described as conflicts that may be faced during this process. Bibliography CROWE, L. B. (1969) Science, New Series. The Tragedy of the Commons Revisited. [Internet], November 1969, 166(3909), pp. 1103-1107. Available from: http://www.sciencemag.org/site/feature/misc/webfeat/sotp/pdfs/166-3909-1103.pdf [Accessed 11th January 2014]. DYE, R. T. (2002) Politics in America, Basic Edition. New Jersey, Prentice Hall (5th Edition). Available from: http://wps.prenhall.com/hss_dye_politics_5/6/1739/445252.cw/index.html [Accessed 7th January 2014]. HANSON, J. (1997) Tragedy of the Commons Re-Stated. Available from: http://dieoff.org/page109.htm [Accessed 12th January 2014]. HARDIN, G. (1968) Science. The Tragedy of the Commons. [Internet], December 1968, 162, pp. 1243-1248. Available from: http://www.sciencemag.org/content/162/3859/1243.full [Accessed 7th January 2014]. HEYWOOD, A. (2013) Politics. Hampshire, Palgrave Macmillan (4th Edition). LASSWELL, D. H. (1936) Politics: Who Gets What, When, How. New York, London, Whittlesey House, McGraw-Hill Book Company Incorporated. OLSON, M. (1965) The Logic of Collective Action. Public Goods and the Theory of Groups. Massachsetts, Harvard University Press. SCOTT, J. (2000) ‘Rational Choice Theory’, in G Browning, A Halcli,Tragedy of the Commons and Collective Action
The Indian differences and society is one of its kind in the entire globe, the profundity of its differences and society is such that, one may find an excessive amount of contrasts bridging India. The correct outflow of differing qualities in all sense if it is sustenance, style of living, society, dialects, custom and even the geology and geology of the Indian landmass vocalizes all about its various nature. Besides into this differing qualities there came numerous items and marks whenever the exchange obstructions were gone and advertises were opened in the in the 1990’s for global exchange, Looking at the relentless numbers regarding inhabitants present a few associations hopped with happiness of making exceptional benefits and overwhelmed the Indian business with products and features. Countless procured profits however numerous planet-prestigious marks and companied tumbled utterly, one such item rather group was Kellogg’s which was a lemon in the Indian business sector. Kellogg’s is obviously a compelling mark and its cereals have been depleted around the globe more than any of its opponents. Sub-marks for example Corn Flakes, Frosties and Rice Krispies are the breakfast favourites of millions of European and Americans. In center business sectors for example the United States and the UK, the oat industry had been stagnant for over a decade, as there was small space for development. Therefore in right on time 1990’s the group began looking past its time honored businesses in Europe and the United States in pursuit of more grain-consuming purchasers. It didn’t take the group excessively long to choose that India was a suitable focus for Kellogg’s features. Notwithstanding, here was a nation with over 950 million tenants, 250 million of whom were working class, and a fully untapped business potential. Soon after the hindrances to universal exchange had opened in India, Kellogg’s chosen to put resources into Indian showcase, getting a load of numbers, and chose to put USD 65 million in starting its number one mark, Kellogg’s Corn Flakes in India. This news was welcomed hopefully by numerous monetary masters, for instance Bhagirat B Merchant, Director of the Bombay Stock Exchange. He stated that ‘Even if Kellogg’s has just a two percent piece of the overall industry, at 18 million buyers they will have a more substantial business sector than in the US itself. To the shock of Kellogg’s administration and numerous different masters, the Indian sub-mainland discovered the entire notion of consuming breakfast cereal another one. In a nation where there is much vitality for breakfast and the most normal course to begin the day was with customary breakfast that is common in every area, for instance the Parathas or Chapattis in the north and Idly, Wada, Dosa, Upma, Oothapams and so forth in south and the west and the east having their accepted breakfast society. While this indicated that Kellogg’s had few administer contestants it in addition indicated that the association needed to advertise not just its feature, and yet the exact thought of consuming breakfast grain in regardless. However the first deals figures were vowing and demonstrated that breakfast grain devouring was on the ascent in India. Be that as it may the satisfaction brief and it soon ended up being evident that numerous individuals had acquired Kellogg’s Corn Flakes as a one-time oddity buy. Regardless of the fact that they preferred the taste, the feature was excessively costly. A 500-gram box of Corn Flakes cost a third more than its closest contender item. Yet Kellogg’s remained unwilling to bow to value force and chose to start different items in India, without doing any further research of the business. Over the following few years, Indian oat purchasers were acquainted with Kellogg’s Wheat Flakes, Frosties, Rice Flakes, Honey Crunch, All Bran, Special K and Chocos, Chocolate Puffs, none of which have figured out how to duplicate the victory they have experienced in the West. Further adding to misfortunes of the association in India, an endeavor was made to ‘Indianize’ its run of features and that demonstrated heartbreaking. Its Mazza-marked progression of combination cereals, with flavours that of mango, coconut and rose, could not make a continuing to tick impression, in short were a lemon. Acknowledging the relative inadequacy of these marks in India, Kellogg’s has thought of another method to build the group’s mark value in the business sector. In the event that it can’t pitch grain, its setting off to attempt and offer bread rolls. The news of this mark enlargement was secured in profundity by media. According to reports, the association has begun taking a gander at choices of substitute feature classifications to counter oppressed off take for its breakfast cereal marks in the Indian business sector. In the mean time, the Kellogg pillar breakfast cereals have viewed excited advertising action from the group’s close. The precise thought behind this deliberation is to secure the Kellogg mark value in the business sector, with all the aforementioned endeavors the group is thinking about securing its mark name in the business independent of the off take, what it has from the Indian business sector. The center is fully on being put forth and obvious on the retail retires with an extensive variety of items. According to the exchange, Kellogg India has unveiled to the dealers its resolution of starting more than one unique feature onto the business each month for the following six months, the proposed fast-blaze starts were backed with noteworthy ‘below-the-line’ action, for example purchaser offers on a large part of Kellogg’s oat boxes. Even though the vast majority of the roll goes have so far been a victory with youngsters, owed to a limited extent to their flat value, Kellogg’s is still battling in the cereal class. Even though the group attempted to be more touchy to the necessities of the business, through subtle taste adjustments, the heightened value of the cereals remains an obstacle. Consistent with an inquiry led via research firm PROMAR International, titled ‘The Indian sub mainland in Transition: A strategic appraisal of sustenance, refreshment, and agribusiness openings in India in 2010,’ the value component will confine Kellogg’s from further business development. Consider reports states that while Kellogg’s has ushered in a movement in Indian breakfast dispositions and acclimates its line of cereal flavours to meet the Indian palate, the price of the product still restricts consumption to urban centers and affluent households. Kellogg’s is the first name that comes to mind when people worldwide think of cereal. The multinational behemoth came to India in 1994 and singlehandedly launched the concept of cornflakes as a breakfast cereal in India. Kellogg’s attempted to change the breakfast inclination of Indians and had very little success in contrast to its high expectations. At that point in time, Indians had never had cornflakes for breakfast and were not too pleased about being told that parathas, idlis and chapatis are unhealthy and not as good as Kellogg’s. Cereal industry in India Today the breakfast cereal industry in India is worth Rs. 500 crores. 80% of the business is cornflakes and the rest is imparted by Oats, Muesli and Wheat Porridge. Kellogg’s has a market share of 70% valued at Rs.350 crores. The industry was pegged at Rs. 150 crores course back in 1995 and the development over past 15 years is just 8.4% per annum. It has taken quite a while for Indians to accept cereals for breakfast. The class is accepted to be developing at 20% to 25% now. Kellogg’s Product Portfolio Kellogg’s offering comprises of the accompanying items: Kellogg’s cornflakes Heart-to-Heart Oats Special K All Bran Wheat Flakes Kellogg’s Chocos Kellogg’s Honey Loops Kellogg’s Extra Muesli Kellogg’s Frosties Kellogg’s focus is on individual members of the family with specific offerings and advertising, thereby ensuring that nobody is missed out except senior citizens. Kellogg’s: How did they go wrong? Kellogg’s entered India as a premium product with high value. Unfortunately, this strategy did not succeed for a variety of reasons. The three main failures of Kellogg’s entry strategy are documented below: The pricing for their products was too high for the middle class. This was one of the biggest hindrances for Kellogg’s to conquer the mind of the Indian consumer. Even today, Kellogg’s is limited to the affluent and the upper middle class simply because of their high price. Local competitors like Mohan Meakin identified this gap and managed to create a presence on the middle class breakfast table by launching low price cereals. Even though the quality is not the same as Kellogg’s, -people are more inclined to try it due to the low price. Kellogg’s tried to change the breakfast habits of Indians which in itself is a herculean task. But on top of that, they tried to do so by claiming their products to be superior to regular Indian breakfast items like idli, dosa, paratha etc. Even though they might be right in claiming so, the consumers, especially the homemakers who made breakfast for the family, were not too pleased to be accused of providing unhealthy food to their family. Kellogg’s did not customize their offerings for the Indian market and this really created a disconnect between their products and the Indian consumers which simply could not be bridged. Simply lifting their products from US and offering them “as is” was a huge mistake which Kellogg’s would always be associated with when branding failures are thought of. To get more customers to attempt their feature, they started Rs. 10 packs in 2010 (called Kpak). This additionally made them expand conveyance. Needing a little shop to keep a great box of Kellogg’s was strong, however its more straightforward to place a Rs. 10 pack. For a buyer, contributing Rs. 10 on a premium item is much more effortless than contributing Rs. 80 and getting a 250gm pack. Kellogg’s in addition concocted variants to suit neighborhood tastes; Mango, Honey, and whatnot. They have in addition started a considerable measure of identified features (the prior table) pointed at distinctive fragments and thus have broadened their presence and made themselves appropriate to additional folks without weakening their mark. To addition a basic entrance into the business, Kellogg’s first focused on youngsters. Persuading children was much more straightforward for them than swaying grown-ups. All of the proposed moves have surely encouraged Kellogg’s arrive at to this position today. Where is the rivalry? Cornflakes is 80% of the breakfast cereals business and Kellogg’s manages the perch here. The alternate major player in the business sector is Mohan Meakin. Huge grocery stores have their private names besides. The rivalry is estimated a large part of Kellogg’s and still is unable to imprint the customers of Kellogg’s. This is perfectly due to the prevalent value of Kellogg’s. What is astonishing to see is that a considerable measure of rivalry is display in Oats fragment which is much littler than cornflakes. Pepsi has quaker oats not cornflakes. Marico has Saffola Oats however no cornflakes. Britannia in addition has Oats and Muesli however no cornflakes and cornflakes is a 400 crore business contrasted with 80-100 crore Oats. I conjecture battling in another and developing class is acknowledged safer than taking Kellogg’s head on in the cornflakes business sector. Kellogg’s Today Abilities of the mark-Kellogg’s most gigantic ability is its mark and its value. It has a wide extend where it panders to every thinking individual in the gang. Muesli or Oats whatever comes to be huge tomorrow, Kellogg’s can be there to offer the crown jewels. Issues-It’s value focus. Simply a case, the value of Kellogg’s cornflakes is 100% more than Mohan Meakin (a different old and solid mark). Assuming that they need to develop snappy, they should give more (esteem is what we get for the value we pay) to shoppers. Recollect, India has a great people not a great wallet.
MGMT 353 Bethel University Research with Integrity Discussion
Saddleback College The Great Awakening Discussion
Saddleback College The Great Awakening Discussion.
Please read through this account of the Great Awakening (Links to an external site.)In a discussion board post of 300 words or more please analyze how this account by Nathan Cole (linked above) demonstrates public enthusiasm for the Great Awakening. In addition, be sure to link the reading to the other course materials (textbook, the video clip, and the video lecture).In addition, make sure you find evidence from the assigned reading. If your entry is more of a general overview of the Great Awakening, it will receive a low score. Remember you are using the primary source linked in these instructions as the focus of your post. Be sure to bring in some examples from the reading itself, not just the background posted at the top of the page linked above.
Saddleback College The Great Awakening Discussion
Nursing assessment: Myasthenia Gravis
term paper help Nursing assessment: Myasthenia Gravis.
*****Myasthenia Gravis is my topic*****”I will provide you with a disorder and you will write as if you are interviewing a person with it. So you will research signs/symptoms, complaints/pain, diagnostic tests, and treatments.So if a person would come in with pneumonia the patient’s history, age, activity/occupation would be part of the introduction with their chief complaints of dyspnea, O2 reading at 87 on room air, etc.Followed by what you would do as a nurse to assess so lung sounds followed by requesting chest x-ray then how that patient would be treated. “—————————-“You will perform a history of a peripheral vascular problem that your instructor has provided you or one that you have experienced and perform a peripheral vascular assessment. You will document your subjective and objective findings, note any abnormal findings, and submit this in a Word document to the drop box provided.”
Nursing assessment: Myasthenia Gravis
NRNP 6665 WU Wk 4 Mood Disorders in Adults Soap Psychiatric Notes Discussion
NRNP 6665 WU Wk 4 Mood Disorders in Adults Soap Psychiatric Notes Discussion.
-APASOAP Note Exemplar attatched-Follow Directions Below-Provide at least three evidence-based, peer-reviewed journal articles or evidenced-based guidelines that relate to this case to support your diagnostics and differential diagnoses. Be sure they are current (no more than 5 years old).-Week 4: Mood Disorders in AdultsI am finally doing everything right. I stayed up all night studying for my final exams and even managed to clean out my closet and order a whole new bedroom from the internet. I know I will ace all my exams. Nothing can go wrong like they did a few months ago. I was so low and was sleeping all the time. I did not think I would ever be happy again, but now I know I can do anything.—Jessica, age 22Patients presenting with mood disorders may find that their moods impact their ability to function or that their moods are not consistent with their circumstances. Bipolar and related disorders are one category of mood disorders. They affect nearly 3% of the U.S. population each year (Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance, n.d.). Although being relatively rare in terms of lifetime prevalence, bipolar disorder is burdensome to the individual and health care system because of its early onset, severity, and chronic nature. The average age of onset is around 25 and it affects men and women equally.The importance of evidence-based intervention for treatment in persons with mood disorders cannot be underestimated. Unstable moods can result in repeat chronic hospitalizations and profound life disruption. Mood disorders are a leading cause of disability worldwide and can contribute to suicide (World Health Organization, 2020). Practitioners should understand that developing a good rapport and relationship with the patient can make a significant difference in the course, symptom management, and stability of the patient.This week, you will assess, diagnose, and develop appropriate treatment plans for adults presenting with mood disorders.Reference:Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance. (n.d.). Bipolar disorder statistics. https://www.dbsalliance.org/education/bipolar-disorder/bipolar-disorder-statistics/#World Health Organization. (2020). Depression. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/depressionLEARNING OBJECTIVESStudents will:Assess adults presenting with mood disordersDevelop differential diagnoses for adult patients with mood disordersDevelop appropriate treatment plans for adult patients with mood disordersAdvocate health promotion and patient education strategies for adult patients with mood disordersLearning ResourcesRequired Readings (click to expand/reduce)Sadock, B. J., Sadock, V. A., & Ruiz, P. (2015). Kaplan & Sadock’s synopsis of psychiatry (11th ed.). Wolters Kluwer.Chapter 8, “Mood Disorders”Zakhari, R. (2020). The psychiatric-mental health nurse practitioner certification review manual. Springer.Chapter 11, “Mood Disorders”Document: Focused SOAP Note TemplateDocument: Focused SOAP Note ExemplarRequired Media (click to expand/reduce)CrashCourse. (2014, September 8). Depressive and bipolar disorders: Crash course psychology #30 [Video]. YouTube. https://youtu.be/ZwMlHkWKDwM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwMlHkWKDwM&t=1sWalden University. (2021). Case study: Petunia Park. Walden University Blackboard. https://class.waldenu.eduAccessible player –Downloads–Download Video w/CCDownload AudioDownload TranscriptMEDICATION REVIEWReview the FDA approved use of the following medicines related to treating mood disorders.DepressionPremenstrual dysphoric disorderSeasonal affective disorder (MDD with Seasonal Variation)agomelatineamitriptylineamoxapinearipiprazole(adjunct)brexpiprazole (adjunct)bupropioncitalopramclomipraminecyamemazinedesipraminedesvenlafaxinedothiepindoxepinduloxetineescitalopramfluoxetinefluvoxamineiloperidoneimipramineisocarboxazidketaminelithium (adjunct)l-methylfolate (adjunct)lofepraminemaprotilinemianserinmilnacipranmirtazapinemoclobemidenefazodonenortriptylineparoxetinephenelzineprotriptyline quetiapine (adjunct)reboxetineselegilinesertindolesertralinesulpiridetianeptinetranylcyprominetrazodonetrimipraminevenlafaxinevilazodonevortioxetinecitalopramdesvenlafaxineduloxetineescitalopramfluoxetineparoxetinepepexevsarafe,sertralinevenlafaxineBupropion HCL extended-releaseBipolar depressionBipolar disorder (mixed Mania/DepressionBipolar maintenanceManialithium (used with lurasidone)lurasidoneolanzapine-fluoxetine combination (symbyax)quetiapinevalproate (divalproex) (used with lurasidone)aripiprazoleasenapinecarbamazepineolanzapineziprasidonearipiprazolelamotriginelithiumolanzapinearipiprazoleasenapinecarbamazepinelithiumolanzapinequetiapinerisperidonevalproate (divalproex)ziprasidoneAssignment: Assessing, Diagnosing, and Treating Adults With Mood DisordersPhoto Credit: Monkey Business / Adobe StockIt is important for the PMHNP to have a comprehensive understanding of mood disorders in order to assess and accurately formulate a diagnosis and treatment plan for patients presenting with these disorders. Mood disorders may be diagnosed when a patient’s emotional state meets the diagnostic criteria for severity, functional impact, and length of time. Those with a mood disorder may find that their emotions interfere with work, relationships, or other parts of their lives that impact daily functioning. Mood disorders may also lead to substance abuse or suicidal thoughts or behaviors, and although they are not likely to go away on their own, they can be managed with an effective treatment plan and understanding of how to manage symptoms.In this Assignment you will assess, diagnose, and devise a treatment plan for a patient in a case study who is presenting with a mood disorder.TO PREPAREReview this week’s Learning Resources. Consider the insights they provide about assessing, diagnosing, and treating mood disorders.Review the Focused SOAP Note template, which you will use to complete this Assignment. There is also a Focused SOAP Note Exemplar provided as a guide for Assignment expectations.Review the video, Case Study: Petunia Park. You will use this case as the basis of this Assignment. In this video, a Walden faculty member is assessing a mock patient. The patient will be represented onscreen as an avatar.Consider what history would be necessary to collect from this patient.Consider what interview questions you would need to ask this patient.THE ASSIGNMENTDevelop a Focused SOAP Note, including your differential diagnosis and critical-thinking process to formulate a primary diagnosis. Incorporate the following into your responses in the template:Subjective: What details did the patient provide regarding their chief complaint and symptomatology to derive your differential diagnosis? What is the duration and severity of their symptoms? How are their symptoms impacting their functioning in life?Objective: What observations did you make during the psychiatric assessment? Assessment: Discuss the patient’s mental status examination results. What were your differential diagnoses? Provide a minimum of three possible diagnoses with supporting evidence, listed in order from highest to lowest priority. Compare the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria for each differential diagnosis and explain what DSM-5 criteria rules out the differential diagnosis to find an accurate diagnosis. Explain the critical-thinking process that led you to the primary diagnosis you selected. Include pertinent positives and pertinent negatives for the specific patient case.Plan: What is your plan for psychotherapy? What is your plan for treatment and management, including alternative therapies? Include pharmacologic and nonpharmacologic treatments, alternative therapies, and follow-up parameters as well as a rationale for this treatment and management plan. Also incorporate one health promotion activity and one patient education strategy.Reflection notes: What would you do differently with this client if you could conduct the session again? Discuss what your next intervention would be if you were able to follow up with this patient. Also include in your reflection a discussion related to legal/ethical considerations (demonstrate critical thinking beyond confidentiality and consent for treatment!), health promotion, and disease prevention that takes into consideration patient factors (such as age, ethnic group, etc.), PMH, and other risk factors (e.g., socioeconomic, cultural background, etc.).Requirements: use SOAP Examplar
NRNP 6665 WU Wk 4 Mood Disorders in Adults Soap Psychiatric Notes Discussion
Southern New Hampshire International Financial Reporting Standards Worksheet
Southern New Hampshire International Financial Reporting Standards Worksheet.
I’m working on a accounting exercise and need an explanation to help me understand better.
I’m working on a accounting exercise and need an explanation to help me learn.I need to show these financial statements in IFRS format vs. GAAPHere is the rubric for this problem:ACC-700-05: Prepare components of financial statements in accordance with both US GAAP and IFRS reporting requirementsDoes the capstone demonstrate the student’s ability to effectively communicate IFRS reporting requirements to stakeholders?Does the capstone demonstrate the student’s ability to investigate and evaluate key differences between GAAP and IFRS for preparing financial statements?Does the capstone demonstrate the student’s ability to assess the presentation and validity of financial statements?
Southern New Hampshire International Financial Reporting Standards Worksheet