Nursing Research

1-The Essentials of Master’s Education in Nursing reelects the profession’s continuing call for imagination, transformative thinking, and evolutionary change. Explain the importance of following the essentials of Master’s Education in Nursing in a clinical nurse practitioner program such as the FNU( Florida National University)? Please select one of the essentials and expand as to why the selected essential is crucial in succeeding in this program. (Essentials I-IX)

Requeriments:

The post will be regarding the topic of the week and will be a minimum of 250 words. Make sure you provide appropriate references and utilize APA style.

You can use at least 2 references and incluid these ones:

1- AACN. (2011). The Essentials of Master’s Education in Nursing (pp. 1-64). AACN. Retrieved from http://www.aacnnursing.org/Education-Resources/AACN-Essentials

2-Advanced Nursing Research: From Theory to Practice

Author: Ruth M. Tappen

Edition: 2

 

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Winshield Survey

Windshield Survey( Hialeah, Miami, or Miami Beach)

 

Assignment Guidelines

 

A. Windshield Survey

 

The Windshield Survey is comprised of general qualitative observations that give you a snapshot of the community that you can capture as you drive/walk through the community. The demographic data can be obtained online, through the public library, county or township administration buildings. Please address the following in a narrative format following APA guidelines:

 

 

1.  Geographical description

 

· Boundaries, geographical, political, or economic, how is it seen.

· Housing an zoning

· Sign of decay

 

 

2. Health Resources

 

a. Type of services available: health department, private MD, dentist, hospital clinic,

b. pharmacy, health promotion, mental health

c. School and occupational health services

d. Official and voluntary services

e. Self help and support groups

f. Service organizations, faith-based programs

g. Stores (grocery, retail, drug, dry cleaning, etc.

h. Transportation

 

3. Citizen safety and protective services

 

a. Police and fire

b. Shelters for victims of abuse

c. Others: neighborhood watch etc.

 

4. Services provided by senior citizens senior centers, meals on wheels, transportation, day care, long term care.

 

​a. Parks and recreational areas

 

5. Community welfare services beyond city/state aid as provisions for emergency food, shelter and clothing.

 

 

 

 

Below please see the rubric that will be used to grade your survey and due date instructions.

Assignment must be presented in an essay style using APA format in the required Arial 12 font with minimum of 1000 words.

 

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Healthcare Challenges

Industry Challenges to Healthcare Analytics

According to Davenport (2014) the organizational value of healthcare analytics, both determination and importance, provide a potential increase in annual revenue and ROI based on the value and use of analytics. To complete this assignment, research and evaluate the challenges faced in the implementation of healthcare analytics in the Health Care Organization (HCO) or health care industry using the following tools:

The Healthcare Value Framework (Davenport, 2014).

The Value Life Cycle (Davenport, 2014).

The paper must also address the following:

· Application of PICO (problem, intervention, comparison group, and outcomes) to the challenge identified in your research.

The paper:

· Must be two to four double-spaced pages in length (not including title and references pages) and formatted according to APA style as outlined in the

· Must include a separate title page with the following:

· Title of paper

· Student’s name

· Course name and number

· Instructor’s name

· Date submitted

· Must use at least three scholarly sources in addition to the course text.

· Must document all sources in APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.

· Must include a separate references page that is formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center

 

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Assignment: Final Draft

Assignment: Final Draft

You are now ready to make a final edit and proofread of your revised draft. At this stage, you have already made substantive revisions to your work. You are now fine-tuning your writing to ensure you have correct grammar and punctuation and that there are no other errors. Congratulations!

To prepare for this Assignment:

  • Review      the Learning Resources on proofreading.
  • Review      the Learning Resources on grammar and punctuation.

The Assignment: Due tomorrow Saturday 01/13/18 by 5pm America New/York time. APA form

Revise the three paragraphs from the Week 6 Assignment again, ensuring you have completed a full and careful proofreading of your 1- to 2-page evaluative narrative. Make certain to submit a clean copy of your work without any track changes or comments by either yourself or your Instructor.

Submit your Assignment using the Walden Course Paper template. Your final draft should be 1-2 pages long.

Required Readings

Walden University Writing Center. (2015i). Walden templates: General templates: APA course paper template (6th ed.). Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/templates/general

Laureate Education. (2015). [Infographic]. Tips for Proofreading, Baltimore, MD: Author.

Walden University Writing Center. (2015j). Writing a paper: Reflecting & improving. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/writingprocess/reflecting

Walden University Writing Center. (2015d). Grammar: Overview. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/grammar

Walden University Writing Center. (2015g). Punctuation: Overview. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/punctuation

Nadeau, N. (2014, October 14). Top 5 paragraph-level mistakes in student writing [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://waldenwritingcenter.blogspot.com/2014/10/top-5-paragraph-level-mistakes-in.html

Required Media

Walden University Writing Center (Producer). (2014, June 15). WriteCast: Faculty writing advice: Residency interview with Dr. JaMuir Robinson (Episode 10). [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/writecast/010-residency-interview-with-dr-jamuir-robinson

Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 6 minutes.

Transcript: http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/transcripts/podcasts/ep010

Walden University Writing Center (Producer). (2015, May 4). WriteCast: Writing expectations at U.S. colleges and universities (Episode 21) [Audio podcast]. Retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/writecast/episode-21-writing-expectations-at-us-colleges-and-universities

Note: The approximate length of this media piece is 16 minutes.

Transcript: http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/transcripts/podcasts/ep021

 

Optional Resources

Smith, M. (2012, August 14). Incorporating Grammarly into your writing process [Blog post]. Retrieved from http://waldenwritingcenter.blogspot.com/2012/08/incorporating-grammarly-into-your.html

Walden University Writing Center. (2015e). Grammarly: Incorporating feedback. Retrieved from http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/grammarly/incorporating

Walden University Writing Center. (2015f). Interactive & multimedia resources: Grammar modules [Multimedia file]. Retrieved http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/multimedia/modules/grammar

 

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In Western philosophy, obligation to public service traditionally has been analogous to that of a minister or teacher. Whereas the

In Western philosophy, obligation to public service traditionally has been analogous to that of a minister or teacher. Whereas the obligation of ministers is to the spiritual welfare of parishioners and the obligation of teachers is to the intellectual advancement of students, the obligation of public servants is to the interests of society as a whole. Indeed, Socrates equated the role of public servants to that of “educators”—they serve society by teaching its youth and sitting in judgment of their performance. This view should not be considered too alien to us; judges routinely appoint public servants as parens patriae to oversee the interests of minors and disabled individuals. The virtue of public service can be appreciated even more when public services are rendered at a hardship, such as in the case of soldiers, firefighters, police officers, and correctional officers, who at some time may have to sacrifice their lives.

Given these assumptions, the expectation that public servants reflect a higher moral character than average persons should not be a pretentious claim. This is especially true because public servants are usually selected from a large pool of qualified applicants, are rigorously trained in the conduct of their duties, are experts in the arts of their business, and are constantly supervised by responsible superintendents. Furthermore, such an expectation should not be seen as a privilege that civilized governments may or may not extend. It is an obligation that all governments must meet by virtue of being the overseers of moral order.

 

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The second part addresses conduct relative to professional practices in the field. Some of the more significant standards in this section are as follows:

The second part addresses conduct relative to professional practices in the field. Some of the more significant standards in this section are as follows:

No member (of the American Correctional Association) will use his official position to secure privileges or advantages for himself. No member will act in his official capacity in any matter in which he has a personal interest that could in the least degree impair his objectivity. No member will use his official position to promote any partisan political purposes. No member will accept any gift or favor of a nature to imply an obligation that is inconsistent with the free and objective exercise of his professional responsibilities. Each member will report without reservation any corrupt or unethical behavior which could affect either a client or the integrity of the organization. Members will not discriminate against any client, employee, or prospective employee on the basis of race, sex, creed, or national origin. Each member will maintain the integrity of private information; he will neither seek personal data beyond that needed to perform his responsibilities, nor reveal case information to anyone not having proper professional use for such. Any member who is responsible for agency personnel actions will make all appointments, promotions, or dismissals only on the basis of merit and not in furtherance of partisan political interests (American Correctional Association, 2003).

The Function of Codes

Codes of ethics serve two major purposes. First, they provide moral guidelines for practitioners of criminal

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justice. They establish moral obligations that should be met and moral qualities that should be emulated. Furthermore, codes of ethics prescribe professional standards of conduct necessary to the agency’s well-being. The objective of these standards is to hold the practitioners accountable to the highest level of performance and keep them faithful to the obligations of honesty, fidelity, and duty.

Second, codes of ethics define professional behavior in the workplace. When practitioners adhere to a code of ethics, the result is an environment conducive to excellence. Workers know what their responsibilities require them to do without undue supervision. They develop a sense of pride in their jobs. They act with tolerance toward each other and in relationships with their clients. They are able to transcend “petty behaviors” such as jealousy, backbiting, and backstabbing and learn to abhor uncivilized behaviors such as discrimination, favoritism, and egoism. If the code is well adhered to, practitioners can, in essence, become highly civilized individuals.

All codes of ethics seek to cultivate two main virtues: ethics of public service and ethics of professionalism. These are intrinsic goods, fundamental and nonnegotiable. Without them, a public agency loses its moral entity; it becomes neither “public” nor an “agency.”

Ethics of Public Service

In his farewell address in September of 1796, George Washington stressed the virtue of public service, equating it with the sacredness of a public trust. As a profound realist, Washington recognized the fallibility of government employees. He suggested that to suppose that anyone can be infallible in the conduct of public service is arrogant and dangerous. Public trust, he stressed, is based on “good intentions” and the “very best exertions of men” (Delattre, 1989:34).

Dedication to public service is the sine qua non of professional ethics—without the former, the latter cannot exist. The concept establishes the unquestionable primacy of public interest above the interests of practitioners. Dedicated public servants must intend and resolve to put the public good above the private gain of everyone— self, family, friends, political allies, or interested groups. They are obliged to identify with the public good and serve it. John Adams also advanced the concept of public service by stating that devotion to public service must be superior to all private passions. Men, he wrote, must be happy to sacrifice their private friendships and dearest connections when they stand in competition with the rights of society (Delattre, 1989:34).

The term public relates to an organization or forum bound to serve society. It transcends any identification with a given group or individual. In that sense, public servants are not at liberty to choose whom they serve and from whom they may withhold service. Like doctors and nurses in public hospitals, they must treat all people regardless of whether they are rich or poor, black or white, citizens or foreigners, victims or criminals.

 

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DQ 2

What are the characteristics of a population for which it would be appropriate to use mean/median/mode? When would the characteristics of a population make them inappropriate to use?

NEED TURN IT IN REPORT

 

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A judge should uphold the integrity and independence of the judiciary. A judge should avoid impropriety and the appearance of impropriety in all his activities.

A judge should uphold the integrity and independence of the judiciary. A judge should avoid impropriety and the appearance of impropriety in all his activities. A judge should perform the duties of his office impartially and diligently. A judge should engage in activities to improve the law, the legal system, and the administration of justice. A judge should regulate his extrajudicial activities to minimize the risk of conflict with his judicial duties. A judge should regularly file reports of compensation received for quasi-judicial and extrajudicial activities. A judge should refrain from political activity inappropriate to his judicial office.

Codes of ethics have also been developed for correctional officers. Perhaps the most widely adopted and well known of these is promulgated by the American Correctional Association. That code consists of two parts. The first prescribes standards of conduct with respect to relationships with clients, colleagues, other professionals, and the public. Some of these standards include the following:

Members will respect and protect the civil and legal rights of all clients. Statements critical of colleagues or their agencies will be made only as these are verifiable and constructive in purpose. Members will respect the importance of all elements of the criminal justice system and cultivate a professional cooperation with each segment. Subject to the client’s rights of privacy, members will respect the public’s right to know, and will share information with the public with openness and candor (American Correctional Association, 2003).

 

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codes of ethics. They are constructed in such a fashion as to define the parameters of ethical conduct within which attorneys should

codes of ethics. They are constructed in such a fashion as to define the parameters of ethical conduct within which attorneys should strive to conduct their professional lives. Most legal rules of professional conduct emphasize the following canons of ethics:

A lawyer should assist in maintaining the integrity and competence of the legal profession. A lawyer should assist the legal profession in fulfilling its duty to make legal counsel available. A lawyer should assist in preventing the unauthorized practice of law. A lawyer should preserve the confidences and secrets of a client. A lawyer should exercise independent professional judgment on behalf of a client.

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A lawyer should represent a client competently. A lawyer should represent a client zealously within the bounds of the law. A lawyer should assist in improving the legal system. A lawyer should avoid even the appearance of professional impropriety.

In addition, because judges serve an especially sensitive role in the administration of justice, codes of judicial conduct have been developed to guide them in fulfilling their professional responsibilities. Like other professional codes, those for judges are stated in broad terms and place a significant responsibility on members of the judiciary in meeting their public duties. Most judicial codes of conduct include the following canons:

 

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Relying On Data

In order for data to be reliable there are several conditions that need to be met—accurate, timely, and complete. Share an example of when you had to make a decision using data that were not accurate, timely, or complete.

 

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