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For your paper, you will need to provide “evidence” from your sources to support

For your paper, you will need to provide “evidence” from your sources to support your main arguments and sub-arguments. You found sources last week. This week, you will incorporate your sources into a full-sentence outline.
This version of your outline for this assignment will be the same outline you did for your persuasive paper, but you will create complete sentences instead of just topics or fragments. You will also incorporate quotes, paraphrases and summaries from your sources that support your main points. I want to see these underneath your arguments in the outline. You must also include the in-text citation for the source and provide a reference list at the end.
Here are resource that will help:
Monroe College Lib Guide: In-text citations
Full-sentence outline example (second example)
Topic:
The effect of smoking on health
Effects:
Causes Stroke
Pan, B., Jin, X., Jun, L., Qiu, S., Zheng, Q., & Pan, M. (2019). The relationship between
smoking and stroke. Medicine, 98(12). https://doi.org/10.1097/md.0000000000014872
Causes heart disease
Law, M. R., Morris, J. K., & Wald, N. J. (1997). Environmental tobacco smoke exposure and
ischaemic heart disease: an evaluation of the evidence. Bmj, 315(7114), 973-980.
Causes lung disease
Jung, K. J., Jeon, C., & Jee, S. H. (2016). The effect of smoking on lung cancer: Ethnic
differences and the smoking paradox. Epidemiology and health. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5309724/.

The Henrietta Lacks story became well-known after the exhaustively-researched sc

The Henrietta Lacks story became well-known after the exhaustively-researched science biography “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” was published in 2010 by Rebecca Skloot. A major motion picture based on the book was released in 2017, bringing questions of bioethics in medicine to a more mainstream audience.
The book can be found here – please begin by reading the synopsis (you don’t need to read the whole book for this assignment):
Skloot, R. (2010). The immortal life of Henrietta Lacks (Links to an external site.). New York: Crown Publishers.
The full story involves a multitude of issues, especially around informed consent, patient privacy, and racial equity in healthcare.
Please read the the following critical thinking references – they will help you to construct an informed response to this essay assignment:
The Story Behind the Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (this is essentially a book review, but includes good information)
Henrietta Lacks: science must right a historical wrong (from the scientific journal Nature)
Race and Socioeconomic Status Independently Affect Risk of Major Amputation in Peripheral Artery Disease(peer-reviewed research in the scientific journal, Journal of the American Heart Association)
We know from decades of peer-reviewed, evidence-based research, that disparities exist in healthcare that are not accounted for by socioeconomic status alone. [A recent example comes from the COVID-19 pandemic, where evidence shows that racial and ethnic minorities are disproportionately represented among numbers of COVID-19 exposures, severe illness, hospitalization, and deaths -see the CDC, December 2020] It’s important to remember that these disparities are well-documented (especially among racial and ethnic minorities) – they are not opinions or anecdotes.
Items to consider while writing your essay response:
How do patients’ racial, ethnic, gender, LGBTQ+ status, religious, and socioeconomic status impact access to healthcare, and treatment within the healthcare system?
Henrietta Lacks died in 1951, but her cancer cells are still alive (and being profited from) today. What changes have occurred that regulate human medical research studies?
Essay Assignment:
Construct a 500-word-minimum essay in which you address the following questions based on the readings provided, and at least one authoritative outside source (other than the articles I’ve given you), properly cited. You may use the citation style of your choice – MLA, APA, CSE – as long as it is a recognized style and is properly cited.
How did these readings challenge your assumptions, understanding, or knowledge of medical research?
How does knowing this information influence your trust in medical research?
What changes have occurred that regulate human research studies, and do those changes go far enough in preventing the kind of racial injustice that Henrietta Lacks and her family suffered from?
NOTE: Direct quotations are not allowed for this assignment. You must summarize your understanding of your research. Plagiarism search engines will be turned on for this assignment, so it’s important that you paraphrase well.
For help with paraphrasing:https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/research_and_citation/using_research/quoting_paraphrasing_and_summarizing/paraphrasing.html
For help with citations:https://libguides.asu.edu/citing
For help with determining if a resource is authoritative: https://libguides.asu.edu/c.php?g=264095&p=1763442

INTIAL POST: Directions: More people are becoming interested in detox diets and

INTIAL POST:
Directions:
More people are becoming interested in detox diets and organ health. As a health educator, one of your roles is differentiating evidence versus popular media and marketing. In this discussion, we will explore evidence that supports the role of nutrition in liver health to add to your ability to differentiate nutrition science from media.
Initial post:
Start by reading the article titled, Impact of nutritional changes on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Focus on the general concepts, as opposed to understanding every word. After completing the reading, answer the following question for your initial post: “What evidence-based general nutrition recommendations would you share with patients interested in liver health?”
Use the assigned article, with appropriate APA citations, to support your position with at least 5-6 sentences to support your case.
REPLY POST INSTRUCTIONS:
Reply post:
In your reply post, share what factors you find most surprising, as well as any experiences and questions you have about the relation of evidence-based nutrition to liver health. You may use the assigned article, or other credible references of your own selection to support your follow-up post(s).
REPLY TO THIS POST:
Reading through the article posted on this discussion, the evidence-based general recommendation that I will share with patients interested in liver health is to understand that non-alcohol is a significant health threat to its growing incidence and prevalence. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease results from hepatic fat accumulation, not due to excess alcohol consumption, autoimmune, infectious, or other established liver disease. Therefore, they need to focus on lifestyle modification Diet and exercise interventions remain the first line of therapy, aiming mainly at controlling body weight and cardio-metabolic risk factors related to metabolic syndrome. I will let them know that a healthy diet and weight loss might be sufficient in the early stages of Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. In more advanced settings, high genetic risk or, in the presence of diabetes, intensified lifestyle intervention reinforced by pharmacological treatment might be necessary. However, according to this article, there is still no registered drug for treating Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease.
Lastly, discovering specific barriers and facilitators of health conduct change for an individual affected person would likely facilitate the incorporation of a first-line remedy for Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Focusing on the patient’s social help and the impact of competing comorbidities are indispensable specific elements using weight loss plan and exercising patterns in Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. Through this mixture of efforts, we will be better able to align our care delivery with the needs and goals of humans with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, which can help enhance clinical outcomes.
https://eds.p.ebscohost.com/eds/detail/detail?vi=0&sid=23d64735-544a-4eed-9f43-b02092ed7ba5%40redis&bdata=JkF1dGhUeXBlPWlwLHNoaWImc2l0ZT1lZHMtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#AN=30901929&db=mnh
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6470750/
https://bmjopengastro.bmj.com/content/8/1/e000634

Scenario: Sharing Medical Expertise at Work and At Home When the nervous system,

Scenario: Sharing Medical Expertise at Work and At Home
When the nervous system, senses, and endocrine system all function normally, the body is able to maintain homeostasis. What happens when it does not? What happens if a blood clot restricts the flow of blood to the brain? What happens if sugar is not able to enter the cells to be used for energy? The “what ifs” could go on and on.
Today is day two of your tour through the hospital. Your tour guide informs you that you’ll be spending the entire day in the neurology department. This news is exciting because neurology is an area of particular interest to you, and one in which you have deep knowledge. When you mention this, the tour guide recognizes your expertise and asks you to help answer questions from others on the tour.
Later in the day, you accompany your mother-in-law to her doctor’s appointment to provide her with both familial support and medical knowledge.
1200 words APA

I need to write an assessment programme for year 4 of the FMSU medical curriculu

I need to write an assessment programme for year 4 of the FMSU medical curriculum, based on the NAA report and the programme director’s requirements. The final report must give insight into WHAT is going to be assessed, HOW, WHEN, BY WHOM and for WHAT PURPOSE.
Further instructions are as attached. provided are also a list of references that can be used.

Scenario: Sharing Medical Expertise at Work and At Home When the nervous system,

Scenario: Sharing Medical Expertise at Work and At Home
When the nervous system, senses, and endocrine system all function normally, the body is able to maintain homeostasis. What happens when it does not? What happens if a blood clot restricts the flow of blood to the brain? What happens if sugar is not able to enter the cells to be used for energy? The “what ifs” could go on and on.
Today is day two of your tour through the hospital. Your tour guide informs you that you’ll be spending the entire day in the neurology department. This news is exciting because neurology is an area of particular interest to you, and one in which you have deep knowledge. When you mention this, the tour guide recognizes your expertise and asks you to help answer questions from others on the tour.
Later in the day, you accompany your mother-in-law to her doctor’s appointment to provide her with both familial support and medical knowledge.
1200 words APA

I need to write an assessment programme for year 4 of the FMSU medical curriculu

I need to write an assessment programme for year 4 of the FMSU medical curriculum, based on the NAA report and the programme director’s requirements. The final report must give insight into WHAT is going to be assessed, HOW, WHEN, BY WHOM and for WHAT PURPOSE.
Further instructions are as attached. provided are also a list of references that can be used.