Pick a disorder or health condition that interests you (e.g. heart disease, diabetes, depression, obesity, etc.). Do some research into the condition and find a health intervention (i.e. some sort of attempt at changing behavior in a way that promotes good health) that has evidence to support it being used to prevent the occurrence of the disorder. Then, devise a health promotion effort that is based on one of the theories that could be used to convince a group of people to participate in the new healthy behavior.
Introduce an overview of a healthcare system practice guideline for gestational diabetes. Discuss how different professionals in the healthcare system (Nurses, Pharmacists, Technicians, Nurse Educators, CFO, etc.) are held to this guideline.
After going through the Bertollini Case, identify and sort through the relevant facts presented in a case; what do you know so far? Who is the actual client? What is actually happening here? How can you know for sure
1.Identify the problems and issues that arise in a case. What has changed in the Bertollini’s situation, to bring them to your office? What needs to be addressed in order to improve the situation?
2. Identify the positive based aspects of the situation. What has gone right so far? What positive elements exist in this situation that can help you in your work with the Bertollini Family?
What important strategic shifts did Fair Trade USA make over its history, including in more recent years? What key pressures did Fair Trade USA face, and continue to face in recent years?
Should Fair Trade USA offer its supply chain assessment without requiring companies to use its label? Or should it insist on certifying only companies that use its label (either for products or ingredients)? Explain your reasoning.
How is Chicano English changing your perceptions and understanding of American English? Make sure to: • Define Chicano English (CE) • Explain the relationship between CE to other varieties of English • Explain the relationship between CE to Mexican American identity
How can you best explain the persistence of poverty in Canada despite Canada being one of the wealthiest countries in the world? Are there theoretical frameworks and/or empirical explanations that offer better insights than others?