Category: Cultural Diversity (page 2 of 19)

Analysis of Samsung Electronics Company

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Complete the final, cumulative strategic plan and leadership analysis for Samsung Electronics Company or organization. Use all of the tools necessary to summarize the strategic and implementation plan.
Create a final, summary, action plan for Samsung ‘s Electronics business integration, and strategic planning suggestions . Continue reading

Barriers to Healthcare Access for People from Various Cultures

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Discuss barriers to healthcare access for clients from various cultures. Apply evidence-based practices that address cultural diversity in healthcare to improve health outcomes. Continue reading

Campus Proposal Memo

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Assume that your academic department at UC Davis has up to $2,500 worth of funding available to support an undergraduate project that improves the educational experience of undergraduates in your major. Your department is ready to review proposed projects to be funded by the grant/award ($2,500), and, consequently, has posted an official invitation, or Request for Proposals (RFP). Continue reading

A Rose For Emily

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Write a 5 paragraph essay analyzing the theme of Old South vs. New South in William Faulkner’s “A Rose for Emily.”. The essay must be MLA formatted, must contain at least one quote from each story that you use, must have citations in the essay and include a works Cited page.  Continue reading

The Importance of Writing Client Notes

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The ability to write good contact notes is important because these notes constitute the written record about the service a person receives from you. In addition, these notes serve to document changes in the person, the person’s life, and the service plan. One of the objectives is to keep the notes brief. Too much information can be overwhelming for the reader and can easily be taken out of context. Continue reading

The Impact of Happier Employees

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Envision yourself as the middle manager in your organization. You will write a presentation for upper-level leadership in an effort to initiate an organizational contribution to employees who are interested in outside professional certification.
In your presentation, address the following: Continue reading

Black Sitcoms on Representing Black Life on TV

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In Marlon Riggs’ Color Adjustment, Henry Louis Gates, Jr. states that Black sitcoms of the 1970s represented both the greatest potential for representing Black life in television’s history and also the greatest failure. Why? Conduct a close analysis of either the “Juneteenth: The Musical” episode of Blackish (ABC, October 3, 2017) or the “B-, Don’t Kill My Vibe” episode of Grown-ish (Freeform, January 3, 2018). How does this current sitcom exhibit similar possibilities and/or failure? Why or why not? Continue reading

Nurses Using PIXIS & EHR Systems

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Discuss the cultural attitudes of nurses administering medication using the PIXIS system and Electronic Health Records.Include issues about safe medication administration using these electronic systems and / or resistance from nurses in using these systems. Continue reading

Benefits of Nursing Informatics Policy

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Imagine an organization asks you to contribute to the development of an information system best-practices policy to help maintain patient safety and patient confidentiality in their practice setting. The organization wants you to create a document to help the group better understand why an informatics policy is needed and the practices that should be included in the policy. Continue reading

Gradual Changes in Romantic Relationships

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You will complete a qualitative research project about turning points, or changes across time in relationships. The goal of this project is to help you better understand communication in a specific type of relationship while giving you the opportunity to apply skills and concepts learned .

Turning points are significant events that either cause a relationship to increase or decrease in closeness. Some examples of turning points in  romantic relationships include first dates, big fights, and engagement  Continue reading

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