Name a service, social, or religious group that contribute to the health in your community. What do they do? How do they help? Community health is the condition of a group of people health in the same small geographical area. It states certain procedures and situations of promoting, protecting and safeguarding health conditions of the community people.
Service and social group’s members mostly do not focus on health-related service, but they raise funds and provide these funds towards health-related programs in the community. Religious groups contribute to community healthcare by providing donations for voluntary providing donations for voluntary health programs like organ donating, blood donation, and prevents alcoholic people from drinking. Religious group’s members act as a sponsor for contributing towards shelter and food banks for poor people….
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….
Marshall is a support worker for a disability organisation. One of the people the organisation supports, Lisa, is Vietnamese. Lisa lives at home with her parents and grandparents, and she is 40.
Lisa has an intellectual disability. This can cause her to be verbally abusive and aggressive when under stress. When she is stressed, Lisa also has difficulty speaking or comprehending English.
Marshall visits Lisa at home. He casually suggests that Lisa may feel more self-sufficient living in an independent living arrangement, with supported care. Lisa and her parents immediately become very angry towards Marshall. Lisa starts yelling at him in Vietnamese.
1.How could Marshall adjust his style of conflict management to accommodate cultural values and principles of Lisa and her family? (Approx. 130 words).
2.How could Marshall….
Sammy is 16. He uses methamphetamine and has a number of criminal convictions. Sammy’s caseworker, Anna, meets with Sammy once a week to review his progress. Sammy’s core goals are to stop using methamphetamine, and to find employment as a carpenter. Sammy struggles to stop using as all his friends use the drug. Anna has seen improvements in Sammy’s behaviour and progress; however, during one session, Sammy is very agitated and aggressive towards Anna. Anna feels physically threatened. Sammy is pacing the room. He hits the table, and stands over Anna telling her he wants to ‘smash’ her glasses.
1.What indicators could Anna use to evaluate Sammy’s behaviour? (Approx. 25 words).
2.What indicators can Anna use to evaluate Sammy’s interactions? (Approx. 30 words).
3.How can Anna ensure the….
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….
Business analysts use the model of supply and demand to discover key elements about their industries and their own organizations. In fact, microeconomic analysis of specialized fields has led to the emergence of new courses and careers in such areas as:
· Sports Economics
· Health Economics
· The Economics of the Arts
· Public Policy
· Restaurant and Food Service Economics
Develop specific examples of how demand and supply analysis may be used in one of these four specialized areas. Here are some ways to approach this exploration.Answer the following questions:
What is [Sports/Health/Arts/Public Policy] Economics? Pick one specialized field of economics.
How do practitioners in these specialized fields of study bring the economic way of thinking to their occupation?
What questions and topics might practitioners choose….
The company still monitors online customer metrics such as time taken to process orders, number of returned orders, and number of incorrect orders, ensuring that Harley-Davidson delivers on its message of prompt, excellent service consistently to all its loyal customers. The company receives more than 1 million visitors a month to its online store. Customer satisfaction scores for the website moved from the extremely satisfied level to the exceptional level in a year.
Another of Harley-Davidson’s customer-centric strategies is its Harley’s Owners Group (HOG), established in 1983. HOG is the largest factory-sponsored motorcycle club in the world with more than 600,000 members. HOG offers a wide array of events, rides, and benefits to its members. HOG is one of the key drivers helping to build a strong sense….
The supply chain is increasingly considered as a vital determinant of competitive advantage while productivity growth in the United Kingdom has slowed in recent years. What are the barriers toUKmanufacturing productivity and how to address barriers to productivity in supply chains? Critically evaluate this problem in a given organisation or sector (e.g. Textile, Pharmaceuticals, Motor Vehicles and Parts, telecom, Commercial Banks or other hi-tech sectors etc.). This report needs to be supported by the taught theories and seminar articles in this module along with primary/secondary data to assess the productivity puzzle for the UK and discuss how your organisation/sector can address productivity barriers and improve the productivity of operations and supply chain.. 2700 words
Carlos recently learned that his 45-year-old uncle is undergoing treatment for prostate cancer. Last year, Carlos’s 38-year-old brother became the third member of his family to be diagnosed with the disease. At the age of 25, Carlos wants to do whatever he can to avoid prostate cancer.
By recording his typical dietary habits, Carlos estimated that he consumed about 130 µg of selenium per day. After researching information about prostate cancer on the Internet, he became concerned that his selenium intake from foods was too low. Now, he takes a dietary supplement that contains 200 µg of selenium once a day. While investigating food sources of selenium, Carlos discovered that Brazil nuts are a rich source of the trace mineral, so he also eats a handful (about 1….
Find a recurrence relation for the number of ways to go n miles by foot walking at 2 miles per hour or jogging at 4 miles per hour or running at 8 miles per hour or running at 8 miles per hour, at the end of each hour a choice is made of how to go the next hour. How many ways are there to go 12 miles? Find a recurrence relation for the number of ways to distribute a total of n cents on successive days using 1971 pennies, 1951 nickels, 1967 nickels, 1959 dimes, and 1975 quarters. Find a recurrence relation for the number of n-digit binary sequences with no pair of consecutive 1s. Repeat for n-digit ternary sequences. Repeat for n-digit ternary sequences with noconsecutive….
- Assignment status: Already Solved By Our Experts
- (USA, AUS, UK & CA PhD. Writers)
- CLICK HERE TO GET A PROFESSIONAL WRITER TO WORK ON THIS PAPER AND OTHER SIMILAR PAPERS, GET A NON PLAGIARIZED PAPER FROM OUR EXPERTS