Sharp, R., Childs, J., Bulmer, A.C., & Esterman, A., (2018). The effect of oral hydration and localised heat on periheral vein diameter and depth: A randomised controlled trial. Applied Nursing Research, 42(2018), pp. 83-88. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apnr.2018.06.013 (Links to an external site.) Links to an external site. To maximize your earned grade on this assignment, three or more current references, including the article reviewed and the assigned textbook, are to be used. Student conducted research is documented by providing references for the answers. References will be formatted using the APA style formatting.
Here is require: It is the year 2029. Your organization has grown exponentially over that previous 10 years, now with hotels in 300 cities and 37 countries. As your organization has grown, it has built into its functional structure an Insights Dept. responsible for identifying threats and opportunities that will assist the organization in making agile changes short-term (1 12 months), mid-term (1 2 years) and/or long-term (2 5 years). The following reflects the Insights Depts key findings: The cost of air travel (and thus travel to your hotels) will continue to increase at an alarming rate as fossil fuel becomes more scarce and prices skyrocket. Terrorist activity in exotic, historic international locations (the sites for many of your hotels) is growing due to worsening geo-political tensions, causing many potential travellers to these regions to choose a safer, less authentic alternative. The demographic make-up of travellers seeking out your hotels value proposition is shifting from retired couples with significant disposable income to 20 30 year-old back-packers looking for a cheap, authentic place to stay. How would your organization respond with Agility to these threats/opportunities?
I am applying for a Dietetic Internship next month and need a very strong personal statement. I need help with grammar and sentence structure. English is not my primary language, so I need help with choosing better words.
Answer the following questions deriving from the attachments. In what ways does Popper agree and disagree with Hume’s views on induction? What is Popper’s solution to the problem of induction? What exactly is it for a theory to be falsifiable? Why, in Popper’s view, is falsifiability a good thing? Should we attempt to distinguish between theories that are scientific or non-scientific or between disciplines or activities that are scientific or non-scientific? What is Popper’s view? What, according to Popper, is the method of science? How does it differ from the methods of ordinary everyday belief acquisition?
Critical Thinking Case Study Two: Cardiac H.G. is a 64-year-old man with a medical history of gastric reflux and degenerative arthritis. He arrives at the emergency department with his wife. They had been to dinner and a movie. During the movie H.G. began experiencing excruciating chest pain that radiated to his jaw and left arm. He appears short of breath and diaphoretic. He reaches the registration window when he suddenly collapses and falls to the floor. The nurses place him on a stretcher. He has no pulse and the defibrillator paddles reveal ventricular tachycardia. He was successfully converted to a sinus tachycardia after two shocks, one at 200j and one at 300j. H.G. regains consciousness after his rhythm converts. He has a blood pressure of 130/92, a heart rate of 112, and a respiratory rate of 24. O2 is immediately started at 3 liters/minute. Three 18 g IVs are started, lab work is drawn (CPK-MB, Troponin, CBC, PT, PTT, type and screen& Chem 21) and a 12-lead EKG is preformed. He still complains of chest pain (8/10) and nausea. Sublingual NTG 1/150 gr is given. Amiodarone 150 mg IV over 10 minutes is ordered and is to be followed by 360 mg over the next 6 hours (maintenance will be The 12-lead EKG reveals 2-3 mm ST-segment elevation in leads II, III, and a Vf with a PR interval of 0 .24. Retavase therapy is ordered. The dosage is 10 U IV over 2 minutes, repeated in 30 minutes. After being admitted to the CCU . complains of chest pain continuing at 8/10. . is started on IV morphine 3mg IV and a NTG gtt. This drip was started 5 mcg/min and titrated up every 3-5 minutes until the pain was relieved at 25 mcg/min. His blood pressure had dropped to 84/40. He is pale and diaphoretic. With a weak and thready pulse. A dobutamine infusion was started at 5 mcg/kg/minute. Questions Please number your answers to correspond with the question numbers. 1. What classic signs and symptoms did . experience which would indicate myocardial infarction (MI)? What are the specific pathophysiological reasons for each of these signs and symptoms? 2. What ECG changes indicate myocardial injury? According to the ECG, which coronary arteries were experiencing occlusion and subsequently what area of the heart was being affected? 3. How are the different cardiac enzymes used to determine MI and when are they ordered? 4. Once admitted to the CCU, what nursing diagnosis would be the top priority? (The diagnosis must include the related to and as evidenced by). 5. Management of acute myocardial infarction focuses on balancing myocardial oxygen supply and demand. Correlate nursing and collaborative interventions (including medications) initiated for . with the effects on his myocardial oxygen supply and demand. 6. Two hours after admission to the CCU, . develops a second degree type II rhythm. What are the distinguishing features of this dysrhythmia? 7. When would thrombolytic therapy not be initiated? What are the risks and benefits of thrombolytic therapy following myocardial infarction? Given the information in the scenario, would there be anything that might have excluded . from receiving the thrombolytic? 8. Which common complications of acute myocardial infarction did . experience? Identify supporting data from the case to support your conclusions. What treatment was initiated for these complications? 9. What other diagnostic tests would most likely be performed to evaluate .s cardiac status? Why?
Select one of the following cases. Then, select a specific subject for the focus of your paper that can be discussed in a 10- to 12-page research paper. Imagine that you are assisting an attorney in the case who has requested that you research the specific focus area and provide a concise report to inform the court about the topic. Be sure to review the Final Project Case Studies and Writing Example found in this Weeks Learning Resources. Casey Anthony -Psychology surrounding defense of childhood sexual assault – Relation between women that experienced childhood sexual assault that kill their children -Psychology of mothers that kill their children -Similarities to other similar cases Submit all the required weekly Assignments throughout the course that are related to your Final Project. Completion of each project Assignment component contributes toward a successful final project grade. Base your paper on the research you gather and not on your opinion. You may use both popular and scholarly references. Refer to this weeks Learning Resources that explain proper use of scholarly and non-scholarly resources. Use APA format, in text and in the reference list. Ensure that you have minimal writing errors. Final paper length: 1012 pages total plus title page, abstract, and bibliography. Final paper structure: Brief biographical summary (23 paragraphs) Introduction to the issue to be discussed Summary of the current scholarly research about the issue Conclusion (13 paragraphs)
COLLAPSE Data AnalysisSmall Group Discussion As a nurse engaged in evidence-based practice, it is important to recognize how statistics and other data analysis tools are used to generate and assess evidence. Most nurses need only a foundational understanding of statistical tools and terminology to understand the majority of research studies. As a nurse, you should be able to recognize the most commonly used statistical tests, how and when they are used, and how significance is determined. In this Discussion, you examine different types of statistics and statistical tests, when and why these particular tests would be selected for use, and, most importantly, what the results indicate. To this end, you will be assigned to a group by Day 1 of this week. Each group will be assigned one of the five chapters listed in this weeks Learning Resources and will develop a study sheet on their chapter that will be shared with the other groups. To prepare: Review the information in your assigned chapter.
DQ1: List top priorities when designing healthcare services? 1200 word DQ2: How should we analyse customer complaints? 675 words DQ3: Is it important to align my priorities with the departments’ priorities, in strategy planning? 600 words Discussion Guidelines: Please answer all of the three questions presented above according to word counts. Use at least 5 references for each queastion and citation within your posts as per Harvard Referencing style.
DQ1: List top priorities when designing healthcare services? 675 words DQ2: How should we analyse customer complaints? 600 words DQ3: Is it important to align my priorities with the departments’ priorities, in strategy planning? 1200 words Discussion Guidelines: Please answer all of the three questions presented above Use at least 5 references and citation for each question within your posts as per Harvard Referencing style.
I want to write my PhD thesis finding chapter analysing the data collected from the respondents using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS) latest version. Topic is Language barriers and technology limitations experienced by non-English Speaking Background in accessing the National Disability Insurance Scheme NDIS. I need a writer who is specialised in quantitative research methodology who can analyse the research collected data using this software SPSS to test the relationship between different variables X and Y. X acts as language and technology barriers while Y is the access level to the NDIS services. In other words, The study aims to identify the relationship between NESBs low English and technology literacy on the one hand, and their access level to the NDIS on the other hand. Finding from the study is vitally important to establish the likelihood of the latter occurring in light of the former. Correlation analysis was used to investigate the relationship between variables. A correlation coefficient ranges from -1 to 1 involved examining the possible connections between variables. A correlation coefficient of -1 indicates that the variables deviate in a different direction that there is a negative correlation between variables. Zero correlation shows that there is no relationship between variables. Positive correlation of 1 determines that there is a positive connection where variables deviate in the same direction. Result will assist in establishing whether indeed language and technological barriers are experienced by NESB carers when using NDIS services and the extent to which this relationship is statistically significant.