An 80 year old woman presents to the ER with her daughter who reports finding her mother on the floor of her bathroom. The elderly woman lives alone and was found by her daughter when she did not answer the phone for 24 hours. The patient presents with mild confusion and has difficulty stating her name, age and medical history. She screams when her right lower extremity is touched or moved.
1. Describe the basic structure of the hip joint including bones, ligaments and muscles.
2. Why is it a good idea to order an x-ray for this patient? What do you expect the x-ray to show?
3. The daughter reports that her mother has no cognitive issues and is upset about her present confusion. What might explain the reason for her acute confusion? What would you expect tests to show about her electrolyte levels?
4. What would you specifically like to know about the patient’s medical history that could have contributed to the present clinical problem?
Why is it important for a professional counselor to understand the levels of care established by the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM)? What can you do as a counselor or administrator to ensure individuals with disabilities are able to receive services?
In this week, you examined the security principle of discretion. The principle of discretion involves individuals and groups making good decisions to obscure sensitive information about national infrastructure. An essential component of discretion is utilizing the security concept of security through obscurity. However, the concept of security through obscurity is contradictory in the security community.
Discuss what security through obscurity means with examples. Examine how it is relevant in the context of discretion. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of security through obscurity, specifically within the context of national and critical infrastructure protection. Ensure to identify scenarios where security through obscurity would be beneficial and scenarios where it might not be beneficial.
Review the SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, threats) analyses for all six cases here. Pick one of the six cases and read the complete business plan. Then, create a professional presentation suggesting how IT could be used to enhance the company’s strengths, lessen the company’s weaknesses, take advantage of the company’s opportunities, and / or mitigate the company’s threats. The same IT solution(s) might accomplish more than one objective in the business plan.
In your presentation, please copy the SWOT analysis from the case and paste that on one of the slides. The presentation should include 2-4 slides to explain the case including an analysis of the characteristics of the institution in the case study. Please explain specifically how IT solves a problem and / or enables new options for the company. The total presentation should be about 8-10 slides, not including the title and reference slides. The reference slide should be in APA format. Internet references, as well as peer-reviewed journal articles, are fine. The references should include examples of other companies that have done something similar to support your recommendations. In-text citations are not required for this presentation
What Is a SWOT Analysis? explains about analyzing an organization’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats (SWOT). A SWOT analysis is often used in strategic planning.
How NOT to Use PowerPoint gives humorous examples of what not to do in presentations.
The HR Director is having lunch outside the office. She hears a competitor talking about a significant change in their business that could affect the performance of her own firm.
What is HR’s ethical duty?
Explain why this may fall under corporate responsibility and insider trading.
2. The head of HR refers a family member to a department head for consideration in an “unposted” job.
What do you do?
Explain this in the context of the corporate responsibility or conflict of interest
What type of historical evidence can be used to support nursing’s political advocacy in providing primary health care?
Explain diffusion through the cell membrane.
Explain how chromosomes are made.
Have you or any member of your family ever encountered a glass ceiling? Explain in detail of the experience.
should we always treat everybody the same and ignore differences? Are there any situations in which we should treat people differently?