Two Essays, one from the Urinary system , and the Other from the Endocrine system at least two pages each.
Professional Identity and Stewardship – Part I: Peer Interview
Interview a fellow peer in your class who works in a different health discipline than you. Begin your interview with the following questions: What is your role as a health care team member? How do you define professionalism and how does professional responsibility influence your work? Do you consider leaders in your organization stewards of health care? Why or Why not? Is it important to you that leaders exercise professional advocacy and authenticity as well as power and influence when working with colleagues? Why or why not?
In 500-750 words, summarize your interview and share your impressions of your peer’s responses.
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Paraphrase the attached paper with a view to reflect no plagiarism
Respond to the post below , incorporate challenges you would anticipate for the proposals, as well as arguments to overcome those challenges. It should be 200 to 400 words with atleast two references APA format :
The U.S. healthcare system needs to make changes in order to benefit more people’s health. People are living longer with more co-morbidities and chronic illnesses. However, we also see individuals at a younger age living with the same chronic illnesses that could have been prevented with proper health screening. The progression of these chronic illnesses could be less rapid if individuals had the proper resources and quality of care they need to live a good quality life. For many individuals, it is too late to be receiving preventative care with their chronic illnesses. Proper screening of symptoms, risk factors and predispositions could have slowed or halted the progression of chronic illnesses. However, individuals may not have had a choice if they do not have proper access to affordable and quality healthcare.
If I could propose a plan, I would make it similar to the goals of the ACA’s expansion of Medicaid. I would make this a requirement for all states. Studies show that the ACA’s Medicaid expansion has prevented thousands of premature deaths in low-income individuals annually (Broaddus & Aron-Dine, 2019). In 2019, more than 2 million Americans fell into the coverage gap due to ineligibility for Medicaid and the state’s decision to not expand Medicaid (Garfield, Orgera and Damico, 2020). These are two million people who were unable to take advantage of primary or preventative care. Without proper screening, individuals miss the window of making lifestyle changes before the progression and diagnosis of a chronic illness. This then focuses on more expensive treatments to treat the disease rather than catching it early, resulting in more healthcare costs annually.
I understand that this proposed plan is easier said than done. The idea of Medicaid expansion has obviously been turned down before, primarily in southern states. I would do my best to advertise the importance of my Medicaid expansion-like plan. I would attempt to grasp the attention of minorities and individuals of low-income. However, I would also attempt to display findings in previous studies of the benefits of Medicaid expansion in the north to those who disapprove of the idea. I would then extend on that by illustrating the negative impacts everyone faces for those who arrive to the emergency room to get treatment that could have been prevented in primary care. Going to the emergency room for treatments would result in increased healthcare costs annually and take up a bed in the emergency room for someone who may really need it, resulting in increased wait times. Accidents can happen at any time and we all are getting older and watching out for loved ones who can get sick at any time. I figure this might be the best approach to grasp the attention of the opposers of a Medicaid expansion type of plan. I imagine this will attract many democrat’s attention. However, this may be more of a problem to attract the republicans vote. Again, I would advertise as much as I could to bring awareness to republicans that their healthcare and their loved one’s healthcare might be negatively affected by not expanding this proposed plan. I hope that would result in a lot of positive publicity, making my proposed plan sound the most beneficial plan for most individuals.
This is a short 3 page paper (including the intro page, body, and reference page) reviewing “Prevent errors in Your Child’s Care” brochures noted on Under “Topics” and then “Speak Up” on jointcommission.org . I provided the rubric below. This paper is due tomorrow (December 7th) by 8pm.
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What type of analysis you are conducting in your research studies? What are the advantages and disadvantages of both inferential analysis and qualitative analysis?
Frequently when the shortage of primary care providers is mentioned with regard to healthcare reform, insurance companies and other institutions forget to factor in the impact nurse practitioners can have on increasing access. How do you think we can improve this understanding of the nurse practitioner role?
Read the article by Labrague, L. & McEnroe-Petitte, D. (2016). Influence of music on preoperative anxiety and physiological parameters in women undergoing gynecologic surgery. Clinical Nursing Research, 25(2), 157-173,
Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the sampling method used in this study and if the sampling method promoted reliable and valid results. Include in the discussion if there is anything the researcher could have done to improve the sampling process. 500 words, 4-5 paragraphs
. Be sure to use evidence from the readings and include in-text citations. Utilize essay-level writing practice and skills, including the use of transitional material and organizational frames. Use the writing resources to develop your post.
Vaccines are generally considered to be the most successful public health intervention ever devised, and yet there have been opponents of vaccines ever since there have been vaccines. Many people often spread misinformation about the vaccine, such as the notion that vaccines weaken the immune system and that children can develop autism after getting vaccinated.
1- What is your opinion on the subject?
2- Please provide your input.
APA style, 250 words, 2 references not older than two years.
Hello i need a Good and Positive Comment related with this argument.Thank you. I need at least two references.