essay describing professional experiences or goals as they relate to the pursuit of Phd in business administration.
1.What are your research interests in the area of Information Technology? Why are you inspired to research in this area, and why do you think it is important to research in this area?
2.Why did you select PhD in Information Technology? Why did you select University of the Cumberlands?
3.As an individual, what are your strengths and weaknesses and how will they impact you as a PhD IT student?
4.Where do you see the future of Information Technology going and where do you see yourself in this mix after obtaining PhD in Information Technology from UC?
Brief description of the situation you experienced and explain how incorporating or not incorporating patient preferences and values impacted the outcome of their treatment plan. Be specific and provide examples.
Then, explain how including patient preferences and valuesmight impact the trajectory of the situation and how these were reflected in the treatment plan.
Finally, explain the value of the patient decision aid you selected and how it might contribute to effective decision making, both in general and in the experience you described.
Describe how you might use this decision aid inventory in your professional practice or personal life.
APA FORMAT WITH IN- TEXT CITATIONS
- What are you research interests in the area of business? Why are you inspired to research in this area, and why do you think it is important to research in this area?
- Why did you select to pursue a doctoral program in Business? Why did you select this University ?
- As an individual, what are your strengths and weaknesses? How will these impact you as a doctoral business student?
- Where do you see the practice of business heading, and where do you see yourself in leadership after obtaining a doctorate from this university impact your contributions to the practice of business? I want an essay with APA format for about 250 words. my major would be business nd minor in healthcare.
After completing the video/reading assignments this week, address the following questions, in the order presented and in as much detail as possible. Begin each question on a new line, making certain to number your responses.
1) Explain the difference between Learned Helplessness and Personal Effectiveness and discuss how Dr. Glasser’s Choice Theory can be applied as a strategy for overcoming prejudice and discrimination in your daily life.
2) This week, we viewed Jackson Katz’s talk on the importance of men taking leadership roles in reducing gender-based violence. We also viewed a social experiment about Social Conformity and Leadership showing how easily others will blindly follow the lead of another person. Based on these concepts, identify one behavior you might take to encourage others to follow your lead in reducing prejudice and discrimination.
3) My final video lecture presented Words of Wisdom from a variety of notable figures. And over the last seven weeks, we have read and shared a variety of opinions and experiences on the discussion boards. For this final question – please share what words of wisdom would you would offer to your classmates to promote social equality as we move on in our daily lives.
You will be responsible for preparing and submitting a mid-term leadership topic paper, 5 double spaced pages in length. Students should select a leadership topic of personal interest. Examples of topics include: 1) Emotional Intelligence (Leader, Follower, Group) 2) Situational Leadership (Leader, Follower, Group) 3) Leader/Follower Styles, (Assessment, Impact, Applicability and Appropriateness) 3) Change Leadership; 4) Leadership and Ethical Decision Making. Students are encouraged to select alternative Leadership topics of personal interest. The selected topic must include a first person experience assessment and must include at least 5 additional cited research.
4.3 Final Sales Presentation
MUST HAVE A MAC!!!
PLEASE READ INSTRUCTION
WATCH THE VIDEO
You may select a Group Presentation or you may work alone. There is a video presentation of the following information attached to this assignment.
Examples of presentations are provided at the end of the instructions.
Animation software should not be used as the backdrop for this promotional video.
Video on youtube or other pre-recorded video is limited to 30 seconds.
Please review the rubric.
Due at the end of Week Three: Outline for Presentation
Due by the end of Week Four: The actual presentation
If you need assistance adding (required) narration and music to Keynote, you can call FSO Support for help. Also, you can follow these directions:
• Determine how to “sell” through an infomercial/commercial
• Determine how to understand and apply the principles of AIDA (below)
• Build upon knowledge gained in the marketing courses
• Produce a high quality presentation designed to “sell” a product or inspire people to donate to a good cause
• To employ technology that demonstrate effective use of 21st century skills
Assignment: Create a dynamic, compelling commercial/infomercial that will be used on the website for product/charity or business. Background music is required and should suit the emotional tone of the message and the tastes of the target market.
This is the actual video presentation or a self playing narrated Keynote that would serve as the commercial for your business, charity, product. Multiple files will not be accepted for this assignment.
You are required to present your personal voice narration unless you have an exception. Message me if have reason to request an exception.
Since this is the Actual Commercial, you should not include background information from your creative planning – only the actual content intended to be shown to your audience.
Commercial/Infomercial using video will last 2 to 5 minutes.
Narrated Slideshow will include at least 10 slides and last 2 – 5 minutes. Background music is required.
You may create a hybrid – Slideshow plus Video or Video including Slideshow.
1. Write a script using all research on your topic.
2. Produce a video or self playing narrated Keynote and submit to the platform. If you are unable to upload the platform, you may use the course dropbox. Please email me that your presentation has been uploaded if you use dropbox.
Sign on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional Information for Creating Your Presentation.
All presentations must: (AIDA)
Capture the audience’s Attention
Motivate them to Action
You should determine.
The Product/Service/Charity/Business – What are you selling?
Target Market – Who are you selling to?
Product Features and Advantages – What makes your product/charity better than others?
Benefits – What will your product/donation do for the consumer?
Objections – Why would the customer resist?
Price – For products
Minimum Contribution – For charity donations
Needs – If you are selling a product or business, what needs does your product meet?
Concept – What is the principal theme of the Presentation?
Theme headlines? What will attract the largest audience?
Strategy – How to implement the concept. Video, Keynote?
Format – documercial? storymercial? actionmercial?
Elements – What scenes must be included? Product shots, testimonials, experts?
Opening – How do we grab our audience in the first seven seconds?
How can we make the shot title catchy, different, yet reflect the show’s content?
Retentives – What specific tactics will we use to keep the audience watching?
Call to action – Tell the audience exactly what you want them to do.
Script the call to action (CTA) first, then script the show body to synchronize with the CTA: when the viewer is asked to make a decision. It’s an exercise in clarity. You’ll discover how you need to describe and place the product benefits and features in condensed time. And remember, the consumer needs to understand the logic of contributing to your cause, funding your venture or purchasing your product.
The presentation copywriter’s primary goal is to motivate an immediate response.
The key to great body scripting is to get the viewer’s attention. And keep it for every moment of every minute. The only way to do this is to think—for every paragraph, on every page of copy—how am I getting and keeping their attention?
Creating the Video/Keynote
Here are some ways to get attention:
1. Visual Grabbers. Beautiful, startling visuals get attention
2. Problem and Solution. This is a classic opening. State a common problem and then tell
viewers you have a solution. They’ll watch to discover it.
3. Be Personal. Talk to the individual. Use “you,” not “him/her/them.”
4. Tell a Story. Stories take time and command people’s attention from beginning to end.
People seek resolution and happy endings.
Testimonial features (real-life stories) are very effective.
5. Show the Process if you are selling a product. The mind is curious. People love watching a process of making or changing anything.
6. Ask Questions. If you ask a question viewers are naturally wondering about at that moment, they’ll wait for the answer.
7. Pacing. Keep your dialogue moving, your voice-overs and testimonial cuts brief
(maximum 15 to 20 seconds).
8. Call to Action – You must give the audience a definite action step about how
to purchase or donate! What next step should the viewer take?
Again, remember –
AIDA: Get attention, create interest, then desire, then motivate them to action. Move it.
Present the Dream. Give viewers a good sense of how their contribution/purchase makes a difference in their lives and potentially the lives of others.
Be Specific. It’s easier to write in generalities; but generalities don’t sell. Cut the extra words and get down to essential selling points.
Conduct a windshield survey to identify a population and its primary health concern. Develop a 3–5-page report that explains demographic changes for a population and describes the health disparities and social determinants of health that can affect the population.
Note: The assessments in this course build upon each other. You are strongly encouraged to complete them in sequence.
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
- Competency 1: Explain the principles and concepts of disease prevention and health promotion for diverse and vulnerable populations.
- Describe a vulnerable or diverse population living within a neighborhood or community.
- Describe disease prevention and health promotion for a vulnerable or diverse population.
- Competency 4: Examine the ethical, legal, and economic factors related to health disparities in diverse and vulnerable populations.
- Identify health disparities and social determinants of health that can affect a vulnerable or diverse population.
- Competency 5: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations for members of the health care professions.
- Describe the overall condition of a neighborhood or community.
- Write content clearly and logically, with correct use of grammar, punctuation, APA formatting, and mechanics.
As the population of the United States grows more diverse, the health care workforce must increase awareness of cultural differences and the overall shift in the demographics of the entire population. To provide high-quality health care to a community or population, health workers and educators must be competent in their understanding of the relevant characteristics of its ethnic or cultural groups. The ability of nurses to deliver high-quality care to a diverse population will influence health prevention and the treatment of illness.
A windshield survey helps you create a portrait of the people who live within a specific neighborhood or community. This is an inexpensive, time-efficient way to assess and better understand a community and the people who live within that community. Understanding the demographics of a community will help you determine the kinds of health-related issues that are likely to exist, so you can plan the most appropriate types of wellness programs, health education, and disease prevention
Over the past few years, leadership for the health care organization for which you work has noticed a distinct change in the population served by the organization. Leadership wants to make sure they are addressing the needs of this population. You have been asked to participate on an interdisciplinary team that is charged with learning how the population has changed and what needs to be done within the organization to develop a wellness education program that will target the needs and concerns of the population. Your first step in this process is to conduct a windshield survey and report your findings back to your team.
A windshield survey is an inexpensive, time-efficient way to assess and better understand a community and the people who live within that community. Understanding the demographics of a community will help you determine the health-related issues that are likely to exist so you can plan the most appropriate types of wellness programs, health education, and disease prevention programs. Windshield surveys are done by making visual observations of a neighborhood or community while driving; hence the name. This type of survey lets you observe the housing conditions, use of open spaces, shopping, schools, types of transportation, human services, protective services, and other aspects of the overall daily life of a community.
Before you start, you need to identify the boundaries of the neighborhood or community you plan to observe. For the purposes of this course, you should keep the size of the area to no more than 2–3 square miles. The area should be large enough for you to gather relevant information, but small enough that your observation does not take you more than 1–2 hours. With this size, it is not necessary to use a car to complete the survey; you can also walk or bike. Whichever method you use, be mindful of your personal safety. It may be helpful to map out the route you will take ahead of time. It can also be helpful (and safer) to have another person do the driving while you observe and make notes.
Once you are on the route, start making observations right away. Stop frequently to write down notes. A template is provided in the Required Resources to help you document your observations.
The timing of your observation can be important in helping you focus on specific items. If possible, consider conducting your survey more than once at different times of the day. For example, if you make your observations too early in the morning, you may miss things that take place later in the day that provide a different perspective of the neighborhood. It is also important to be as objective as possible when making your observations.
- Conduct the windshield survey, using the template located in the Required Resources for this assessment.
- Use the template as a guide to write a report for your team. If possible, look at other written documents used within your organization. How are they formatted? Follow that format as closely as possible, making sure you still use APA guidelines for your in-text references, citations, and reference page.
Based on your observations and notes from your survey experience, write a report that includes the following:
- Describe, briefly, the neighborhood or community you observed (overall condition, types of spaces and businesses, evidence of services, and so forth).
- Describe a vulnerable or diverse population you observed living within the neighborhood or community.
Now you will need to do some research on the population you described:
- Explain how the demographics for the population have changed over the past 5–10 years. Note: This information should be readily available through the United States Census Bureau, similar state Web sites, the Bureau of Labor Statistics, or other professional sites. Be sure your information is current.
- Describe the most prevalent health risks for the population. For example, if your population is senior citizens, then the health risks might be diabetes and loss of mobility. Include statistics on the health risks, such as frequency of occurrence in the population and number of deaths per year in the population.
- Identify the health disparities and social determinants of health that can affect the population. In other words, what will you need to overcome to develop a successful health promotion and disease prevention program for the population?
Your completed assessment should be 3–5 pages in length, not including the title page and reference page. Support your information with references to at least three professional, scholarly, or government resources, and follow current APA guidelines for your in-text citations and references.
- Include a title page and reference page. The completed assessment should be 3–5 pages in length, not including the title page and reference page.
- Reference at least three current scholarly, professional, or government resources.
- Use current APA format for citations and references.
- Use Times New Roman font, 12 point.
- Double space.
Create a 10–12-slide PowerPoint presentation to identify medications associated with a chosen disease or health condition, explain the actions and side effects of the medications, and discuss any controversies related to the medications. Explain a treatment regime, including pharmacology, for the disease or health condition you selected, along with how the treatment regime may affect a client’s lifestyle.
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
- Competency 1: Apply practice guidelines and standards of evidence-based practice related to pharmacology for safe and effective nursing practice.
- Identify the pharmacological agents most often used in the treatment of a disease or health condition.
- Describe the treatment regime, including pharmacology, most often prescribed for a disease or health condition.
- Explain the controversies related to a pharmacological agent.
- Competency 2: Explain the relationship between quality patient outcomes, patient safety, and the appropriate use of pharmacology and psychopharmacology.
- Explain the types of actions, side effects, indications, and contraindications that may be expected from a pharmacological treatment.
- Describe how a treatment regime, including pharmacology, may impact a client’s lifestyle.
- Describe how to monitor a client following a prescribed treatment regime, including pharmacology, in order to obtain a quality patient outcome.
- Competency 4: Communicate in a manner that is scholarly, professional, and consistent with expectations of a nursing professional.
- Write content clearly and logically with correct use of grammar, punctuation, and mechanics.
- Correctly format citations and references using current APA style
By having a thorough understanding of pharmacology, nurses can eliminate possible medication errors in their nursing practices. The basic principles of pharmacology include pharmacokinetics (what the body does to a drug) and pharmacodynamics (what a drug does to the body). Pharmacology plays a significant role in the nursing profession, so it is extremely important for nurses to understand the actions of the pharmacological agents they will administer to patients in order to intervene appropriately if necessary.
Another critical skill for a nurse is the ability to apply and evaluate evidence-based practices, principles, models, and pharmacological guidelines and protocols commonly used in nursing practice. Understanding how specific protocols and guidelines are developed will aid nurses in treating patients with a multitude of physiological and psychological conditions.
Nurses must be able to measure outcomes of pharmacological interventions when caring for patients. The effective use of evidence-based practice guidelines, models, and principles is one way that nurses can analyze quality outcomes for the pharmacological treatments used for patients.
Pharmacology includes different categories of major drugs used in the treatment of primary diseases. The same drug may be used to treat more than one disease or condition, while two patients with the same disease may require different drug treatments. In addition, the professional nurse must be aware of what types of things can influence a patient’s response to a drug. Some things are obvious—other medications, for example—while some are less so. Things like age, weight, herbs—even foods people eat every day—can influence how a person responds to a particular drug. At times, even a strong cultural belief can influence how a drug will react. Nurses who administer drugs have a responsibility to assess patients for both the desired response, as well as for any unwanted and potentially harmful reactions that may occur
Imagine your supervisor has asked you to conduct a lunch and learn session to educate your fellow nursing staff on pharmacological interventions.
Select a disease or health condition that requires pharmacological intervention. You may choose any disease or health condition you wish, but the disease or health condition must be relevant to nurses from a variety of settings (for example: ER, pediatrics, public health, et cetera).
Once you have selected a disease or health condition, create a PowerPoint presentation you could use in your lunch and learn session, including the following:
- Identify the disease or health condition you have chosen, along with the areas where nurses are likely to see it. (Do this in the agenda slide or next slide after the agenda.)
- Identify the three drugs used most often in the treatment of the disease or health condition.
- Explain the types of actions, side effects, indications, and contraindications that could be expected from the pharmacological treatment.
- Describe the treatment regime most often prescribed for the disease or health condition. This should include pharmacology but not be limited to pharmacology.
- Explain how the treatment regime (including pharmacology) may impact a client’s lifestyle. Consider things such as finances, ease or complexity of administration, instructions (frequency, duration), et cetera.
- Describe how a nurse should monitor a client being treated for the disease or health condition in order to obtain a quality patient outcome.
- Explain any controversies associated with the drugs used in the treatment. For example, is there a black box warning with any of the drugs?
Use the notes section of each slide to expand your points or draft your mock oral presentation (or both) and reference your resources. Use at least 3 peer-reviewed or professional resources to support your work in this assessment. Be sure your PowerPoint includes a title slide, a slide with your agenda or list of topics to be covered, and a reference slide. Follow current APA style and formatting guidelines for your citations and references.
- Number of slides: 10–12, not including the title and reference slides.
- Be creative. Consider your intended audience.