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Career path is nursing and why I choose it FINAL DUE: Friday, 4/29/2022 by 11:5

Career path is nursing and why I choose it FINAL
DUE: Friday, 4/29/2022 by 11:59 p.m. Please submit in Canvas in the Week 16 module under “Final Paper Submission.”
***Please note: I cannot accept any late papers!! Any paper turned in after 11:59 on 4/29/2022 will receive a grade of “0.” No exceptions!!
INSTRUCTIONS
Please pick one of the topics listed below and write a 2 to 3 page paper using the questions in each topic as a guide. Please DO NOT write in question and answer form!
Please put the title of the topic that you have picked at the top of your paper.
Please double-space, use one-inch margins, and the Times New Roman, 12-point font.
Be specific and give examples.
This assignment is worth 50 points and is 25% of your grade. The rubric is attached below.
This assignment can make a significant impact on your grade!! Please be sure to proofread and put detail into your content!!
TOPICS (pick one)
1. Interview or Self-Assessment
Please interview a young adult (ages 18-25), or assess yourself as a young adult, using the following questions as a guide:
What has been your greatest challenge during this stage of your life?
What is the extent of your parents’ influence on your decision-making?
Do you live at home with your parents? If so, what are their expectations of you while you live at home? How much do you contribute toward housekeeping chores, cooking, shopping, errands, and the care of younger siblings? In your current living situation, what is expected of you at this age? What advice would you give to an adolescent before they enter young adulthood?
2. Choosing a Career
Please identify and write about the reasons you have chosen a particular career path. Identify the different motivations leading up to your career choice.
To help you identify your motivations, you may want to include different things you remember from your childhood that may have influenced your chosen career path, your parents’ and/or siblings and extended family influence, and/or a specific event that influenced you so much you knew at that moment what you wanted to “be when you grew up.” You might also want to include certain personality or character traits that you possess that may have influenced your decision (e.g., “I am outgoing so I knew I would do well interacting with others on a daily basis as a nurse.”

Ethical paper for health disparities : please note,Please keep in mind that th

Ethical paper for health disparities : please note,Please keep in mind that this paper is not a research paper but rather an ethics analysis
the resources shoulld be schentific and peer reviewd articles
Please make sure to write this paper because it will be submitted to Turnitin®.
First page is the outline:
should be approximately one page long, formatted with bullet points
and demonstrating you have started to research and think about each section of your paper. This should include at least two references/citations that you will use in your final paper.
The paper:
1-Foundational Information
The foundational information should comprise the majority of the paper. This includes and introduction to the chosen topic, followed
by a detailed explanation of multiple facets of the topic.
Grader will evaluate:
– Was there an introduction that summarized the topic?
– Was the topic explored in detail, explaining the foundational
material of the topic and then moving into details of specific
elements?
– Does the author demonstrate expertise beyond basic
understanding of the topic?
** Hint, this should comprise roughly ¾ of the paper.
2-Ethical Analysis
The ethical analysis should be the application of at least one ethical theory to the paper’s topic. It is perfectly acceptable, if not
encouraged, to include more than one theory or analysis.

*Clearly states what drug you chose to research *Provide a brief history of the

*Clearly states what drug you chose to research
*Provide a brief history of the drug (example: where is it from, how does it get here, is it legal, does it have a medical purpose)
*Clearly states the impact on the body (example: how is it ingested into the body, what happens once in the body)
*What impacts has this drug been on society (example: overloaded Emergency rooms, quieted classrooms, changed family dynamics)

Attacted is the essay assignment. There is a group project as well as a essay.

Attacted is the essay assignment. There is a group project as well as a essay. I just need the essay done.
I need a paper about How rousseaus social contract and Platos Cave Theory changes our pereption of life and how that is related to social media. Social media has chnaged our perception of reality and has changed our ethics.

1. Who is Henrietta Lax? 2. What are HELA cells? 3. What has been the impact/i

1. Who is Henrietta Lax?
2. What are HELA cells?
3. What has been the impact/importance of HELA cells in medicine over the past 50 years?
4. Do you think the scientific/ medical community should be able to use cells for scientific research, without the knowledge or permission of the cell donor? Yes, or no? Why yes, be specific and provide examples, of reasons why yes. If no, be specific in your answer and provide examples of why your answer is no.

This assignment requires you to make an informative presentation on one of the t

This assignment requires you to make an informative presentation on one of the topics below. You will work with your group or independently to research, create, and present information on your topic to the class. Presentations will consist of either a PowerPoint or Prezi presentation.
Each group /individual must choose a topic from the list below. Groups may not present the same topic, so topic choice will be decided on a first-come, first-served basis. There will be six total groups with an even distribution of group members. Please click each topic below to learn more about the requirements for each topic.
You may complete this assignment independently (you will be required to complete the entire project on your own) or with up to four additional class members (maximum group members = 5). You may contact your class members by emailing them or by using the People then Group menu item (to the left) to find a partner. You are required to record yourself presenting your project if your class meets online only. You may choose to record just your voice and your computer screen or you may choose to record your face, the screen, and your voice. Use any of the visual options mentioned below to create a presentation. You may use any type of recording device that will load in the assignment submission box. I have activated Kaltura (My Media) on this assignment as an option and you might also want to try www.jing.com (Links to an external site.) or www.screencastomatic.com (Links to an external site.).
Submission Specifications
Visual Requirements: Use a PowerPoint, Prezi, or other presentation software
Record Yourself (in online classes only): (I need to see your screen and hear your voice. Your face is optional.) Use Kaltura (Click My Media from the Left toolbar to access this recording device), your cellphone, Jing, Screencast, Screencastomatic, a private YouTube account, or any other recording software
Slide Amount: 7-10 Slides
Presentation Time Requirement: 5-10 minutes
Presentation Topics
Gardner’s Multiple Intelligences
Bloom’s Taxonomy
Effects of Sleep Deprivation on Academic Performance
Privilege, Identity, Bias, and Microaggressions
HCC Campus Life and Student Activities (not an online option)
Mindset and Grit
Networking
Emotional Intelligence on the Job
Social Justice
Duties of Each Group Member
Discuss your topic and all that it entails. I recommend you swap contact information via the email or the student lounge. If you choose to use a different method than the student lounge to communicate, then communicate this decision to all group members. There is NO excuse for being out of the loop.
Locate an article on your topic in the library database and research the topic. You may use articles in popular publications such as Time, Newsweek, Popular Psychology, Fortune, etc. Each member of the group should find an article about the topic. Note: Do not use Wikipedia as a source for your research.
Share your article (or information from the website/campus) with your group. If you use the HCC Library databases, many articles have a link where you can e-mail a copy to yourself and anyone else. Use the link to e-mail copies to your group members or take a screen shot and attach it to a Canvas e-mail and send it to your group mates. If you are using sources on the HCC website, you can e-mail a screenshot or copy and paste the specific web address of the page in an e-mail to students in your group.
Organize
As a group or individually, prepare an outline of the points you will make in your presentation. Organize the points in the order they will appear in the final presentation (do not submit).
For tips on how to prepare a presentation, see the link on Presentation Tips in the chapter on Information Literacy ( Ch. 9).
You should have enough points for everyone in the group to prepare and present a minimum of 2 slides each. Each person will be responsible for submitting their slides so that they can be combined with the rest of the group’s slides. If you work in a group, only send one submission per group.
The order in which each person’s part of the informative section of the presentation appears will be determined by the group.
Cite Your Sources
When submitting slides or composing your part of the Prezi presentation, please put the following information in 10 point Calibri type in the lower right corner of the slide or Prezi area: 1) your first and last name, and 2) a MLA in-text citation for the information on each slide. Place your name and in-text citation in brackets ( [ ] ). Be sure to provide a full Works Cited entry (or entries) for the information you used on your slides that can be inserted at the end of the presentation.
Work as a Team (if you choose the group option) —Additional Group Duties:
Each member of the group will share specific “team” duties in addition to their parts in researching and preparing their part of the Powerpoint or Prezi presentation. The team duties are as follows:
One person in the group will organize all slides into the group’s final presentation and distribute copies to members of the group. This person will also be responsible for submitting a copy to the instructor or—if the class is online—posting a copy to the Group Presentation Feedback Discussion Board where it can be viewed and commented on by the entire class. (Where there are more than 4 persons in a group, this duty may be shared by 2 people.)
Another person will create the presentation title slide and an introduction slide that introduces the topic and all members of the group by full name and current major or future career. If possible, include photos of all group members on the introduction slide(s). (Where there are more than 4 persons in a group, this duty may be shared by 2 people.)
Another person will compile the Works Cited slide in proper MLA Format at the end of the presentation. This person will collect source information from all group members to accomplish this task.
Another person will prepare the group’s conclusion (sum up for the class the main points of the presentation with bulleted phrases). The conclusion should be included before the Works Cited slide.
Online students are given an early deadline for posting presentations to the feedback discussion board and a final deadline for posting their comments (feedback) on other students’ presentations. The feedback board substitutes for the note takers face-to-face students must submit.
Individual Assignments That Must Be Completed Along with the Presentation
Library Seminar/Webinar
Students must attend a library orientation either with their class (face-to-face) or on their own (online). If a student attends a library webinar or seminar independently, he/she must request the librarian in charge of the workshop to e-mail your instructor to confirm his/her attendance. (This is required of face-to-face students who did not attend the in-class orientation.)
Group Presentation Notes
All students will take notes on each presentation made in class (other than their own). Students may use their choice of the note taking formats mentioned in Chapter 5 except for the paragraph form. Submit notes once presentations are finished.

You work for a pharmaceutical company where you are assigned the task of creatin

You work for a pharmaceutical company where you are assigned the task of creating new drug therapies to treat thyroid disorders such as hyperthyroidism (high levels of T3 and T4) and hypothyroidism (low levels of T3 and T4). Your team has designed a few drugs, and your job is to identify which drug(s) would be successful in treating thyroid disorders based on your knowledge of thyroid hormone synthesis. Below is the list of drugs your team designed (all of these are hypothetical drugs).
Peroxidine: A drug that inhibits thyroid peroxidase from functioning
Cimigine: A drug that inhibits potassium/iodine cotransporter
Iodimine: A drug that inhibits iodinase from functioning
Aldosine: A drug that inhibits production of angiotensinogen from the liver
Aldoramine: A drug that inhibits sodium/iodine cotransporter
Thyromine: A drug that stimulates thyroglobulin production
Identify the drug(s) that would be successful in treating hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism, and explain why and how they would be successful.

Overview Throughout your career as a counselor, you will be required to assess a

Overview
Throughout
your career as a counselor, you will be required to assess and diagnose
clients. To engage in this practice in a
competent manner, you will need to have a good working knowledge of the DSM-5
including the general categories and the specific disorders that are contained
in each category. This DSM-5 Summaries Assignment will introduce you to
the more common categories that you will encounter as a counselor.
Instructions
You
will have four sets of summaries to complete, each due during a different
Module/Week. Each set will contain a 1-page
summary of each of the following categories of disorders:
Summary Set 1, due at the end of Module
1
(total of 3 summaries; 1 page per category=3 pages of content):
·
Bipolar
and Related Disorders
·
Depressive
Disorders
·
Anxiety
Disorders
Summary Set 2, due at the end of Module
3
(total of 3 summaries; 1 page per category=3 pages of content):
·
Substance-related
and Addictive Disorders
·
Trauma
and Stressor Related Disorders
·
Obsessive-compulsive
and Related Disorders
Summary Set 3,
due at the end of Module 5 (choose 3 categories from this list; 1 page per
category=3 pages of content):
·
Personality
Disorders
·
Somatic
Symptoms
·
Neurodevelopmental
·
Schizophrenia
Spectrum
Summary Set 4, due at the end of Module
7
(choose 3 categories from this list; 1 page per category=3 pages of content):
·
Neurocognitive
·
Disruptive,
Impulse Control and Conduct Disorders
·
Feeding
and Eating Disorders
·
Sexual
·
Sleep/Wake
·
Elimination
·
Gender
·
Other
Conditions That May Be a Focus of Clinical Attention

Read/review the following resources for this activity: Textbook: Chapter 4, 5 &

Read/review the following resources for this activity:
Textbook: Chapter 4, 5 & 6
Lesson
Minimum of 2 outside scholarly sources (in addition to course text)
Instructions
For this assignment, you will compare/contrast a controversial topic in lifespan development – the immunization controversy in the medical profession. Be certain that your answers are cogent, well-formed, and supported by outside research rather than based on personal opinion.
Write about the immunization controversy in the medical profession. Be sure to address why people delay immunizations and why some refuse all immunizations for their children. As a medical professional, how might you educate these caregivers about their child’s health and development concerning this issue? What is your role in this process/situation? How can you best respect the caregiver’s wishes and provide the best healthcare in this situation?
Writing Requirements (APA format)
Length: 1.5-2 pages (not including title page or references page)
1-inch margins
Double spaced
12-point Times New Roman font
Title page
In-text citations
References page (minimum of 2 outside scholarly sources in addition to course text)