Patient Identity Management Policies

  

Ashford 5: – Week 4 – Assignment

 

Formative Paper: Patient Identity Management Policies
 

After reading the required articles on patient identity management, prepare a one- to two-page patient identity management policy. (Note: the assignment is patient identity management and NOT how to identify a patient). Your policy should be one to two pages, and include the following: Policy title Version Number Effective Date Date Ratified Ratified By Introduction (Rationale for the policy) Definition Policy General Guidelines

Excluding sources listed in this course, utilize a minimum of two sources to support your points. Cite and reference your sources in APA format as outlined by the Ashford Writing Center. Refer to the Recommended Resources “Health Informatics Journals” section of this course guide for additional resources available in the Ashford University Library.
 

Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.

HPR205 Week 3 Assignment

   WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT 1: REFLEXES Submission Instructions

Please complete your answers to the lab questions on this form. Please complete your answers, and SAVE the file in a location which you will be able to find again. Then, attach and submit the completed form to the Week 3 Laboratory dropbox in the Ashford University classroom.  Post-Lab Questions

1. What is the pupillary response of the right eye when a light was shone into the pupil?

2. What is the consensual response? (The response of the left eye).

3. What branch of the nervous system controls this response?

4. Can this response be inhibited?

5. Define what a reflex is.

6. Name five essential components of a reflex arc.

   WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT 2: TESTING CRANIAL NERVE FUNCTIONS Result Tables

Table 2: Cranial Nerve Function Testing

   

Cranial Nerve

Test

Result

 

 

 

Post-Lab Questions

1. What do your cranial nerve test results tell you?

2. When might these tests be used in a clinical setting?

3. What cranial nerve may not be functioning properly if a patient cannot detect taste on the anterior tongue?

4. What cranial nerve may not be functioning properly if a patient can move his/her eyes medial, superior, and inferior, but not lateral?

   WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT 3: TESTING TOUCH, TEMPERATURE, AND PAIN Result Tables

Table 3: Blind Coin Differentiation

    

Coin

Observation

Guess

 

Quarter

 

Dime

 

Nickel

 

Penny

Post-Lab Questions

1. Describe the difference between the four US coins.

2. Was the participant able to distinguish between these coins?

3. Which coin was the easiest to identify by touch? Which was the most difficult to distinguish by touch?

4. Why is the detection of temperature important to maintaining overall health?

5. Did the participant notice any difference between the amounts of pain reception in the different areas tested?

Setting a budget for Sheltering Arms for Kids

All types of organizations offering human services—whether government, for-profit, nonprofit, or mixed (cross-sector)—are defined by their mission. Critical to implementing the mission is the financial or budgetary framework designed to match the goals, objectives, and tasks expected for achieving the mission.

A budget is the first major policy framework for an organization that determines what is functionally possible for the organization to operate. Budgets determine what types and numbers of personnel, travel, communications, and indirect activities (such as accounting, telecommunications, professional development, insurance, and other such organizational needs) will be possible and at what levels of magnitude. In other words, an organization is creatively energized by critical thinking and a strong mission, but it is only able to function if it has the financial resources to match the professional and technical capabilities needed to carry out the mission. Instructions

For this assignment, create a sample line-item budget for your chosen human services organization. The budget must contain, at minimum, the following elements: Income. Personnel. Consultants. Costs of goods and services (such as telephone, software, insurance, and facilities). Services (such as client transportation and client meals). Miscellaneous support.

Write a narrative about the budget, including the following: Define the budget priorities in terms of a chosen organization’s mission. Explain the funding relationships between an organization and outside funders. State how the budget supports the key strengths and opportunities of a chosen organization. Explain how the budget reinforces the effectiveness of an organization. Use your readings and outside resources to justify your budget. Submission Requirements Written Communication: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, respectful, and consistent with expectations for professional practice in human resources. Original work and critical thinking are required as well as scholarly writing. Your writing must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.  Length: The narrative should be roughly 750 words in length. Budget: Present a budget with clear content and in a professional format. Number of Resources: Minimum of ten resources. APA Guidelines: Format resources and citations according to current APA style and formatting guidelines. Font: Times New Roman, 12 point.

Due in 24 hours ORIGINAL work read instructions APA format

Assignment 2: LASA 1: Gender Perception in Nonverbal Communication

In this assignment, you will explore the role of nonverbal communication in interactions between genders.

Using the Argosy University online library resources and the Internet, research the differences in nonverbal communication between genders.

Once you have an understanding, observe a small group of people, which can be comprised of friends, family, or a group of strangers. The small group should have three to six people and be composed of both male and female members. Observe the group for 15–30 minutes, looking for the types of interactions taking place and how each person uses nonverbal communication to make oneself understood. Pay special attention to nonverbal signals and gestures (body language, facial expressions, eye contact, hand gestures, space, tone, appearance, etc.).

** Understand when doing your observations that you must protect the privacy of the people you observe. Anything you discover as part of your observation that does not relate directly to the objective of the assignment needs to be kept confidential. There are three different roles that you, as the observer, may have as defined below (Patton, 1986). In your paper, please discuss the type of observation you did and what you learned from that aspect.Full participant observation: You took part in the conversation and were part of the “observation.”Partial observation: You were sometimes part of the conversation, but mostly stayed on the outer edge of it.Onlooker: You were an outsider and simply observed another group’s interactions. (this is recommended for the assignment)

Note the number of people in the group and briefly describe the interactions that you observed (who is doing most of the talking, number of people involved, the way members are seated, clothes, and the topic of conversation, if you know it, etc.). Create a matrix to present your observations (an example of a completed matrix is shown below—you will create your own to fit your specific observations). GenderBody languageFacial ExpressionsEye ContactHand GesturesSpaceTone Appearance1FLeaning towards the maleSmiling – seemed flirtatiousTrying to catch the eye of the maleNALeaning into the table toward the manHigh pitchedLots of make-up, hair fixed, a dress with heels2FPlaying with hairBiting lipRolling eyes at other femalePlaying with hairSlouched and pushed awayNA – not talkingSome make-up, hair in high pony, jeans and t-shirt3MLegs turned toward F2Gaze at F2Trying to catch the eyes of F2NASitting at opposite side of table, so more spaceInquisitiveJeans, polo shirt, flip flops, relaxed

Based on your observations on how nonverbal cues are regulating the flow of conversation, write an analysis including answers to the following questions. Be sure to use terms and concepts from the textbook, research, and module readings.What do you think is the topic of conversation? Describe the topic of conversation.Assess how each member’s body posture and movements convey his or her status and attitude.Deduce which nonverbal signals are responsible for showing emotion and feeling.  Examine how these nonverbal signals help to explain what is going on.Differentiate between the gestures used by males vs. females—conclude if there is a noticeable difference.Compare what the research says in relation to what you observed.Identify any inconsistencies in the person’s nonverbal communication with what he or she was talking about (ex: shaking head “yes” and saying “no”).Examine what type of observation you did in reference to this assignment (types are listed above).What did you find most challenging about interpreting nonverbal behaviors in this setting?How does this assignment help you to better understand nonverbal communication and gender?

By Wednesday, March 8, 2017 , submit your matrix and your analysis in Word format in a single file to the M3: Assignment 2 Dropbox. Include your matrix as the final page following your reference list. Write a 4–5-page paper (not counting title and references pages or the matrix) in Word format. Apply APA standards for writing, formatting, and citation to you work.

Patton, M. Q. (2008). Utilization focused evaluation. (4 ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publication.Assignment 2 Grading Criteria Maximum Points Documented observation information with: place, time, date, length, and type of participant observation completed.28Work presented an in-depth analysis of the function of nonverbal cues observed.28Work provided an appraisal of what the challenges were in interpreting nonverbal behavior.28Analyzed if there was a difference in how each gender used nonverbal communication. Explained how this helped you to understand how gender impacts communication better.28Documented existing research and compared to what was observed.20Matrix provided visual organization of nonverbal codes observed.24Wrote in a clear, concise, and organized manner; displayed accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.44Total: 200

 

Outline and final Paper Topic: The Matrix Movie

You must turn in an outline and a list of resources for your project Use either an Alphanumeric Outline, a Decimal Outline, or a sentence hierarchical outline. The list of resources you expect to use includes website, books and films. This should be in the form of an Annotated Bibliography.

must turn in an outline and a list of resources for your project 

a.      Use either an Alphanumeric Outline, a Decimal Outline, or a sentence hierarchical outline.

b.     The list of resources you expect to use includes website, books and films. This should be in the form of an Annotated Bibliography.

III.   Final Paper

The final paper, with its bibliography, is to be turned in   The coversheet, bibliography, and any graphs or images, or appendix does not count toward paper length.  The body of the paper should have a one inch margin on all four sides, be doubled-space, and use a standard font style (such as Times New Roman, Courier, or Ariel) and font size (11 or 12).

In your term paper, you should present information about the making of the movie, about its success at the box office, about awards it was nominated for and/or received. Also present a sampling of the critical reaction to the film, from both the time of its release and later. Finally, you should watch the film and react to it. Do not summarize the plot. Assume that I’ve already seen the film. In addition, write about how this director used the following in these films: Editing (montage), Sound and Music, Cinematography, Special Camera Work (steady cam, hand held, optical effects), Special Effects (this can include stunt work).

4 Description

 

In not less than 150 per each one provide a detailed description of the 4 terms using material from the texts and reliable research publications. All references must be properly cited using current AMA style.

 

 

 

·        Triangulation

 

·        Shamanism

 

·        Psychointegrators

 

·        Aboriginal

 

pad 520 public policy analysis

Week 6 Discussion 1

“Prescribing Preferred Policies” Please respond to the following:

·              Explain two of the six criteria for policy prescription, (a) effectiveness, (b) efficiency, (c) adequacy, (d) equity, (e) responsiveness, and (f) appropriateness. Then, describe a real or hypothetical public policy issue and select which of the two criteria you believe would be the most beneficial to use in deciding a policy. Provide at least two reasons for your selection. 

·              Debate It: Take a position for or against the following statement: Rational choice is not possible. Discuss how different types of rationality are related to different criteria for prescription. Provide at least two reasons and two examples to support your response.

 

 

 

 

Week 6 Discussion 2

“Saving Lives by Prescribing Policies” Please respond to the following:

·              From the case studies, Case 1.1 and Case 5.1, explain two of the major issues. Then, analyze the assumptions that govern safe driving and discuss whether some assumptions are more reasonable than others. Support your position with at least two reasons and one example.   

·              From the case studies, Case 1.1 and Case 5.1, recommend the best ways to estimate the value of time and the cost of a gallon of gasoline. Support your position with at least two reasons and one example. 

 

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