Susan, a former dance major from NYA, was actively teaching dance and fitness classes after graduation at local studios and gyms. But then, COVID hit, and all the studios and gyms closed and remained closed for months or even years. Her entrepreneurial spirit, coupled with her need to find another source of income, led her to offer virtual fitness and dance classes to friends and former clients. Her virtual classes have really taken off and remain strong despite studios and gyms reopening. Up until now, she has offered the online classes on a donation basis. She is wondering if she can create a livelihood off this endeavor. She would like to continue to offer the virtual classes but know she needs put work into calculating the right price…..
A nurse is assessing a patient’s eyes for accommodation. What actions would the nurse perform during this test? Select all that apply.
a. Bring a penlight from the side of the patient’s face and briefly shine the light on the pupil.
b. Hold a forefinger, a pencil, or other straight object about 10 to 15 cm (4??to 6?) from the bridge of the patient’s nose.
c. Hold a finger about 6??to 8??from the bridge of the patient’s nose.
d. Darken the room.
e. Ask the patient to look straight ahead.
f. Ask the patient to first look at a close object, then at a distant object, then back to the close object.
You are meeting with an obese patient for the first time. She states that she has been successful in losing weight but is frustrated by her inability to maintain her weight loss. She reports having tried “virtually every fad diet” and “multiple exercise programs.” She admits that as her weight increases, she tends to be become less active. She has become increasingly reluctant to leave her home because of the negative reactions of other people. In listening to her story, you attempt to imagine what it would be like to be in her situation and begin to examine your biases and assumptions about people who are obese. Your goal is to begin to discuss potential options with her for dealing with her situation. Describe the level of critical….
Scholar-Practitioner Project Assignment: The Focus Group Protocol
As a public health professional, it is likely that you will conduct focus groups as part of community health assessments. Focus groups are useful when exploring community issues and developing good survey questions. As with all research, planning the focus group is important so that the data you seek can be easily and reliably collected and will yield valid results. A focus group protocol is created to describe all planned procedures. It serves as a road map to the public health professional detailing what he or she plans to do when conducting a particular focus group. For this week’s Assignment, review the readings on qualitative research skills to help you develop a focus group protocol.
The Assignment ( 5 pages):
CASE 4: One garbled memo – 26 baffled phone calls Joanne supervised 36 professionals in 6 city libraries. To cut the costs of unnecessary overtime, she issued this one-sentence memo to her staff: When workloads increase to a level requiring hours in excess of an employee’s regular duty assignment, and when such work is estimated to require a full shift of eight (8) hours or more on two (2) or more consecutive days, even though unscheduled days intervene, an employee’s tour of duty shall be altered so as to include the hours when such work must be done, unless an adverse impact would result from such employee’s absence from his previously scheduled assignment. After the 36 copies were sent out, Joanne’s office received 26 phone calls asking what….
John is a 20-year-old single male working as an apprentice plumber and living with his parents. He has three other siblings. He has a diagnosis of first episode psychosis and has had couple of admissions to hospital in the context of relapse due to non-adherence to treatment. John has a history of significant trauma which he does not like to talk about. He migrated to Australia with his parents at the age of 10 after they fled from a war affected country. In his home country he was a victim of repeated horrific violent crimes which sadly resulted in the death of his sister. He was held hostage during one of these incidences. His parents described him as being mostly resentful, angry and having difficulty establishing relationship with….
Case study Length: 500 words, excluding references Task: Refer to the following case and answer the associated questions. Case: John is a 35- year-old male who was referred to a neurologist by his doctor. About 5 years ago, he suffered a concussion as a result of a fall from a ladder. John works as a painter. John did not experience any further neurological problems until about 2 weeks ago when he reported experiencing a strange sensation, followed by a tonic-clonic seizure lasting around a minute. The neurologist diagnoses John with epilepsy and initiates treatment with antiepileptic drug therapy. John is started on a dose of phenytoin PO (oral tablets, 300 mg) daily. After several weeks, John has another tonic-clonic seizure and phenobarbitone (150 mg PO) is added to….
The purpose of this assignment is to identify and define the various electronic or technological tools and measurements that can be used to improve the effectiveness of patient-centered outcomes in diversity programs established by an organization.
Providers must learn new tools to eliminate disparities, build trust with patients, and understand how international biases and pre-established stereotypes affect quality of care.
Referencing the Healthy People 2030 objectives described in the article “Healthy People: The Role of Law and Policy in the Nation’s Public Health Agenda,” write a 1,000-1,250 word paper that addresses how each of the following must be considered when implementing digital equality in an environment of diversity. You must include a minimum of one additional resource in your rationale.
National health goals. Socioeconomic pressures. Stakeholder ethical considerations….
According to a paper published by Park-Lee et.al in CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality report of Oct 2021, “In 2021, 11.3% of high school students (1.72 million) and 2.8% (320,000) of middle school students reported current e-cigarette use. Among current e-cigarette users, 43.6% of high school students and 17.2% of middle school students reported using e-cigarettes on =20 of the past 30 days; daily use was 27.6% among current high school e-cigarette users and 8.3% among current middle school e-cigarette user”. Further, the paper noted that, “Among current youth e-cigarette users overall, 84.7% used flavored e-cigarettes, including 85.8% of high school users and 79.2% of middle school users. Among all current flavored e-cigarette users, the most commonly used flavor types among both middle and high school students were fruit,….
Theory can be used in many different ways to inform the process of health behavior change. Value-Expectancy theories (VE-T) explain how individuals make health behavior decisions with respect to their expectations and beliefs regarding the health behavior. Assessment of the value attached to the outcomes of that behavior drives the decision.
Choose a health behavior to be changed (e.g., smoking, overeating). Choose two of the VE-T theories described in Chapter 4 and apply the chosen behavior to both theories. Explain the process and possibilities of change within each theoretical framework.
Finally, explain which theory might have the “edge” in producing long-term change. Justify your response with referenced support. As you respond to classmates, feel free to debate and respectfully agree or disagree with their approach.
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