[Recommended] See Definitions Community

[Recommended] See Definitions Community

  1. Essay Question: Describe your motivating factors in providing healthcare to underserved communities in support of the Nurse Corps Scholarship Program mission. Provide specific personal and professional experience demonstrating your interest in positively impacting underserved communities (i.e., supporting or participating in a federal pipeline program (see Definitions), community service, internships, etc.).If you have successfully completed participation in any federal pipeline program, please highlight your experiences in the essay and consider having a reference from one of the pipeline programs write one of your required letters of recommendation.

Response to the essay should not exceed one and half pages single spaced in Times New Roman 12-point font. We recommend that you use a standard word processing tool (e.g., Microsoft Word, Word Perfect) to respond to the question. The applicant must include the applicant ID number generated by the application as the only identifier. The applicant should not include a name, address, or email address on the essay response.

[Recommended] Practise Scanning Texts

[Recommended] Practise Scanning Texts

To do this task, you don’t need to read the whole text first. Read each option in turn and scan all the sections of the text to find a part that might match. Then read carefully to find the specific information you need. Rewrite the matching part carefully.

TIP: Practise scanning texts for particular words or ideas so you can find the part of a text that you need quickly.

Text 1. Read about experience of travelling. Find a mention of an outdoor activity.(1 sentence!)

[Recommended] Complete Sentences Article Attached

[Recommended] Complete Sentences Article Attached

The write-ups will be slightly different from what you may have done in other courses. These write-ups should be typed, one-inch margins on all sides; 12 pt. Times New Romans; page numbers; single-space typed; and two pages (maximum length). This is not to be a review of the case. In this write-up, you need to be extremely specific. You should not repeat any of the case detail. The format of this case analysis should have the following headings: Problems/Issues; Possible Solutions; Recommend Solutions; and Expected Outcomes. These write-ups are designed to be executive decision documents written so that your immediate report-to would be able to read, understand, and implement your decision.

 uniform single spacing between lines of text and paragraphs. This means that there is no additional spacing between paragraphs or sections. Regardless of the assignment, bullets, inset numbering lists, and outlines are prohibited in course submissions. All observations must be written in the form of complete sentences  Article attached

[Recommended] Page Word Document Using

[Recommended] Page Word Document Using

Memo: Business Intelligence Alert


In today’s information age, customers have access to various digital platforms to access and share information. Customers also use these platforms to communicate with service providers, share opinions, and provide feedback. Therefore, it is important for product owners and service providers to be ready with a response plan for all communications over digital platforms.

The chief marketing officer (CMO) of global operations has called upon you to help coordinate the marketing tasks related to rolling out an emergency response due to a recent safety and injury incident at one of the parks resulting in serious injuries to employees and customers. The parks were closed immediately following the incident to ensure safety measures for customers and employees and to deploy the needed safety measures

You are a regional marketing director of a theme park and responsible for designing marketing strategy for the reopening of the park. Each department is helping you with the relevant and required information. As the date of reopening of the parks gets closer, the business intelligence unit of the organization in the scenario has noticed a surge of negative opinions among consumers. This is evident not only on social media platforms but also across a host of other digital media platforms, such as the organization’s websites and other digital information sources. A major cause of concern is that the organization’s ethics are being questioned in most of these negative opinions.

The business intelligence unit has sent a memo to share their concerns. The CMO has asked you to respond to this memo by creating a recommendation report.


Write a recommendation report, in a memo format, to the CMO of the organization in the course scenario, describing the strategies to minimize the negative opinion from consumers. Refer to the Business Intelligence Memo  (attached) to ensure adjustments and additions to the plan for stopping negative publicity. In your memo, emphasize the need for cross-functional effort alignment, crisis management, social media response methods, and CSR communications.

Specifically, you must address the following criteria:

  1. Describe how you must now pivot from your previous plan (see attached marketing presentation) to introduce strategic changes to stop negative publicity.
    • Which two steps will you take to effectively address the negative publicity related to the park re-opening?
  2. Describe the cross-functional effort alignment.
    • How can the organization’s sales and operations departments help address the negative publicity?
    • How can you use marketing channels to communicate the safety measures to the customers?
  3. Explain how a crisis communication plan can improve the organization’s image, when aligned with ethical practices.
    • How would you use your public relations efforts in crisis communication?
    • How would you use your corporate website for crisis communication?
  4. Describe the social media response methods to be used in this scenario.
    • How would you address negative comments?
    • How would you answer the safety-related questions?
  5. Describe the corporate social responsibility (CSR) communications strategy in this scenario.
    • What are the key CSR initiatives and policies for the organization?
    • What are the key channels of communicating the CSR initiatives?

Guidelines for Submission

Submit a 1- to 2-page Word document using double spacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, and one-inch margins.APA style.

[Recommended] Societal Challenges Without Using

[Recommended] Societal Challenges Without Using

For this discussion board, you’re going to discuss violence affecting youth; it is a “preventable, public health crisis in the United States” (Cohen et al., p. 235). Consider that children are 3x more likely than adults to be victims of violence. How can we address this public health crisis? What do we need and need to do? The following is from your Korin text, Chapter 12 (pp 237-238):

So far, the vast majority of US violence-related efforts have focused on after-the-fact programs. Historically, society has relied almost exclusively on the criminal justice system to respond to violence. This approach has been rooted in a few assumptions: (1) violence is an individual’s criminal choice; (2) punishment or the threat of punishment is both warranted and a deterrent to violent acts; and (3) violence is an inevitable aspect of the behaviors of some people. 

Law enforcements’ goal and role, for the most part, is the identification, prosecution, and punishment of violent offenders, the result of which is an immense criminal justice and incarceration system. While few disagree that policing is an important piece of addressing violence, a prescription to treat violent crime that focuses primarily on criminal justice is not only insufficient and often ineffective and inhumane, it’s expensive and often contributes to the cycle of violence. The emphasis on the incarceration of youth in the United States is far greater than in any other country (Redburn, Travis, & Western, 2014). Approximately 93,000 young people are held in juvenile facilities across the country with 70% at state-funded institutions at an average cost of 240 dollars per inmate, per day (Justice Policy Institute, 2009). California spends almost $180,000 per year per inmate (Legislative Analyst’s Office) in its juvenile justice system and less than $8500 per year per K-12 student (California Department of Education, 2013). y the age of 23, nearly a third of US youth have been arrested for an offense other than a minor traffic violation (Goode, 2011). 

Despite the fact that the juvenile justice system was created with a fundamental belief in the potential for prevention and rehabilitation among children, its major responsibility is punishment, which has not been shown to be effective for addressing violent behavior or for preventing further violence. Many incarcerated youth are put away for nonviolent crimes and return home with fewer opportunities, increased trauma, and reduced connections to their communities (Campaign for Youth Justice, 2011). Additionally, too many states ignore the evidence of the negative long-term impacts of incarceration on children and, in fact, incorporate youth into the adult criminal process (Campaign for Youth Justice, 2011). 

The realities of violence beg for strategies beyond aggressive, traditional efforts that blame and punish. This requires a more comprehensive set of prevention activities – changes in social norms, organizational practice, public education, and policy – as well as cooperation between multiple partners, including public health and criminal justice. 

Reflect on what you’ve read and learned so far in this course. Then reflect on the paragraphs above. The author identifies three assumptions that have rooted our approach to relying on the criminal justice system to address violence. Critically think about those three assumptions. Are these assumptions accurate – why or why not? Consider who is more likely to be punished in our criminal justice system. Consider disparities in how punishment is enforced. Support your stance with academic resources. This is a short question but one that requires depth of thought. Your response should be substantive, well-supported, and above all respectful. We can discuss hard facts and societal challenges without using stigmatizing and judgmental language. 

What do you believe we can do to address this public health crisis of violence? What do we need and need to do as individuals, as a community, and as a country? What opportunities and barriers do you see?

[Recommended] Classroom Practice Recommendations Provided

[Recommended] Classroom Practice Recommendations Provided

After reading Chapter 6, Cues, Questions, and Advance Organizers, in Hill & Miller’s textbook, please answer the following: 

  1. Explain why you need to consider using cues, questions, and advance organizers in your work as an English as a second language teacher.
  2. What are classroom practice recommendations provided in the textbook regarding cues and questions?
  3. What are classroom practice recommendations provided in the textbook regarding advance organizers?

When completing this assignment, write the question and then the answer. This assignment must be between 2 and 2 ½ pages long and typed in MS Word or Google doc, double-spaced, and Times New Roman #12 as the font and size.

[Recommended] Apa Style • Apa

[Recommended] Apa Style • Apa

Week 2 Discussion:

Bi-weekly Practicum Journaling

Every two weeks, you will submit a reflective journal to the discussion forum for review by course faculty and your classmates. All are expected to engage and support one another by sharing these experiences in a supportive, constructive, and professional environment. Journaling is an active learning technique that is meant to enhance reflective practice (Blake, 2005). Reflective practice involves looking back over what has happened in the practice setting in an effort to improve performance or to encourage professional growth (Ruth-Sahd, 2003).

Your Weekly Practicum Journal is:

  • A personal, introspective subjective account of your practicum experience and how your practicum experience relates to Healthy People 2020 and course objectives. Include events that occurred in your practicum experience, and be sure to describe your thoughts and feelings about those events. How did your perceptions change? What did you learn that was unexpected? Describe your thinking about your thoughts and feelings regarding the new learning you experienced.
  • Connected to College of Nursing Conceptual Framework Pillars (Caring, Communication, Critical Thinking, Professionalism, and Holism).
  • Connected to prior coursework and experiences through reflective analysis.
  • Written in a scholarly, academic style using APA style format. Two or three sentences are not sufficient nor are daily logs/reports of activities.

As in all assignments, cite your sources in your work and provide references for the citations in APA format.. The American Psychological Association website also provides detailed guidance on formatting, citations, and references at APA Style.• APA Citation Helper• APA Citations Quick Sheet• APA-Style Formatting Guidelines for a Written Essay• Basic Essay Template


Blake, T. K. (2005). Journaling; An active learning technique. International Journal of Nursing Education Scholarship, 2 (1), Article 7. doi: 10.2202/1548-923X.1116

Ruth-Sahd, L. (2003). Reflective practice: A critical analysis of data based studies and implications for nursing education. Journal of Nursing Education, 23(11), 488–497.

United States Department of Health and Human Services, Healthy People 2020. (2011). Retrieved from http://www.healthypeople.gov/2020/topicsobjectives2020/overview.aspx?topicid=8


[Recommended] Medium Sized Plant Would

[Recommended] Medium Sized Plant Would

Dr. Nott is considering investing in a waste treatment plant. Returns depend on the size of plant and the market condition for the facility. From experience, Nott believes that a small size would yield a $500,000 return regardless of the market scenario. However, the success of a medium sized plant would depend on the market. A low market demand for waste treatment would bring a $100,000 return. A medium market demand would yield a $500,000 return, and a high demand would return $800,000. While a large facility is much riskier, the potential return is much greater. With a high market demand, the large facility should return a million dollars. With a medium demand, the large facility will only return $500,000. Also, Nott estimates that the large facility would be a big failure if there is a low demand for waste treatment. He estimates that he would lose approximately $300,000 with a large treatment facility if demand was indeed low.

At present time, Dr. Nott estimates that the probability of a low demand for waste treatment is 0.28, the probabilities of a medium and high demand are 0.27 and 0.45, respectively. An economic survey may be performed to obtain more information and get a better feeling for the probability of a low, medium, or high demand market with the cost of $50,000. The survey could result in only 2 possible indications of High and Low. Regards the historical data, given a high market demand, the probability of High: Low indication from the survey is 14:1. On the other hand, with a medium market demand, the probability of High: Low conclusion from the survey is 7:2. The probability of High: Low indication from the survey is 1:3.  

a) Draw decision tree and advise Dr. Nott  

b) What is the value of EVSI and its efficiency?

[Recommended] Think Religious Texts Sometimes

[Recommended] Think Religious Texts Sometimes

Answer THREE of the following five essay prompts (300+ words each). When formulating your response, you DO NOT need to answer every question posed, but can select the most salient or interesting questions you can successfully answer within the allotted 300+ words. DO NOT answer more than three.

1.     Discuss the terms “śrūti” and “smṛti” (as discussed in your textbook) in reference to all the different kinds of sacred literature that we have read thus far in the class. Why have Hindu texts been organized into these two groups and what are the implications of this? For instance, what are the historical or religious implications of these categories? Do texts transmitted through chanting (eg., Vedic oral and mnemonic systems of memorization) alone differ from texts that are written down (on palm leaf or in stone, etc)? How so? The literature you should consider includes the Vedas (including the Four Vedas, the Brahmanas, and the Upanisads), the Epics (including the Mahābhārata which contains the Bhagavad Gītā), the Dharmaśastras, etc. Do the texts themselves concur with this systemization? For instance, does the Gītā recognize the authority of the Vedas over its own authority?

2.     In the “Birth of Gaṇeśa” story from the Śiva Purāṇa there is a lot of violence described in the story, from Gaṇeśa’s battle with Śiva’s gaṇas (chapters 15-16) to the beheading of Gaṇeśa by Śiva (chapter 16) to Pārvatī’s threat to destroy the universe through her śaktis (chapter 17) afterwards. Why do you think religious texts sometimes describe the divine (God, or the gods) engaging in acts of worldly violence? Does the violence serve an allegorical or symbolic purpose in this sacred text? Try to answer these questions with specific references (ie., verse quotations) from the “Birth of Gaṇeśa” story from your readings. You may also compare these to references to violence found in other examples such as the Bhagavad Gītā or the Śatapathabrahmaṇa (text on animal sacrifice). Emphasis should be placed on the Birth of Gaṇeśa story, however.

3.     Is Hinduism best described as Polytheistic, Monotheistic, or Henotheistic or something else? Did Hinduism possibly emphasize different kinds of “theisms” at different times in its history? Answer these questions using concrete examples (citations) from primary sources (Hymns of the Vedas, the Bhagavad Gītā, etc.) to prove your point. Do all these texts share the same cosmology or do they differ in significant ways?

4.      The material aspects of Vedic and Epic Period Hinduism are complex and evolved over centuries. Vedic religion did not have art but instead constructed elaborate altars and ritual implements. Non-Vedic styles of art and worship however, influenced the development of Hindu image worship that emerged in the Epic period. These Epic period art forms (images of gods, temples, etc) coincide with the rise of High gods like Viṣṇu and Śiva. Referring to examples of material Hinduism (in PPT presentations, textbook (see esp. ch. 5), primary sources, etc.), discuss the shift from Vedic religion to Epic Hinduism and beyond. You may (and are strongly encouraged), in your answer, to post pictures from course materials when writing your answer. You should not research images on the internet beyond course material.

5.     The concept of the “Self” (Atman) is important to the development of Hinduism, especially from the Upaniṣad and the Gītā. Using any material from the course (readings, lectures, textbook, podcasts, etc.) discuss what your understanding of this concept is. You can choose to discuss its historical development for example, or you may choose to discuss its symbolic, social, or spiritual significance within the tradition. Use concrete examples when answering the question. This means that you must refer to at least one primary source (Veda, Upanisad, Epic, or Purana) and at least two references to the concept of Self discussed in your textbook. You could, furthermore, also refer to the Mahabharata podcast dealing with the story of Jaratkaru since his conflict with his ancestors in part has to do with different concepts of the Self.

[Recommended] Life │ Spoken Word

[Recommended] Life │ Spoken Word


I have posted the teachers requirements. 

I have allotted students a significant portion of this weeks time to focus on creating a piece of poetry. For this lesson and assignment, it will help if you already have your topic in mind. I recommend using the topic for your Essay 1 or Essay 3 so that you might be able to revise and use this work as the beginning of your semester remix project. No matter, pick a topic now and let it sit in the back of your mind while we look at some poets whose work carries a persuasive message. For this assignment, students will be working with free form poetry. There is no rhyme requirement, no meter requirement, add those or don’t. There are no rules to your poem. Watch the video examples provide in the list of links below. After watching the videos, sit down with something to write. What poem can you create? This is an all or nothing assignment. If you attempt more than 10 lines, you will receive full credit. I’m not grading for quality for this assignment. Be creative. Your words matter. As you explore the following links, remember, we are not evaluating the poems’ messages, but rather the message’s form : READ: Transcript of Amanda Gorman’s inaugural poem | TheHillJoy Harjo’s For Calling the Spirit Back From Wandering the Earth in Its Human Feet 13 poems by Joy Harjo – siwarmayuIF by Rudyard Kipling (A Life Changing Poem) – YouTubeTo The Love of My Life│Spoken Word Poetry – YouTubethe voicemail. || Spoken Word Poetry – YouTubeR.J. Wright – “Soldiers creed” @WANPOETRY (TGS 2017) – YouTubeVeteran’s Day Poem – YouTubeWhat’s A Woman Worth? | Spoken Word Video – YouTubeWhat If? | Spoken Word | Jon Jorgenson – YouTubeNational Cowboy Poetry Gathering: “Purt Near!” with Randy Rieman – YouTubeA Muslim and Jewish girl’s bold poetry slam – YouTubePoet Calls Out Justin Trudeau on Indigenous Rights – YouTubeTrigger Warning!!! Lauren Zuniga’s “To The Oklahoma Lawmakers” – YouTube Trigger Warning!!! Abortion, rape (Not required but a sound example of one person’s address to Oklahoma legislature, and the author is an individual who has been nominated for Oklahoma State Poet Laurate on numerous occassions)N. Scott Momaday | anthology20 (saradowns4.wixsite.com)Alright, your turn. Just give it your best shot. Be creative.