analysis

  1. Chapter 8 Small group (1 page and a half)
  2. Define small groups and identify some of their uses in social work practice.
  3. Critique (provide an analysis) of the five theories of small group processes: Psychodynamic Theory, Symbolic Interaction Theory, Status Characteristics and Expectation States Theory, Exchange Theory, and Self-Categorization Theory.
  4. The International Association for Social Work with Groups is an organization for social workers interested in working with groups.  To become familiar with this organization please visit their website below and answer the following questions below:

http://www.iaswg.org/about

  1. a)  Read the information under the “About” tab; then go to the “Resources” tab and read “Practice Standards.”  What theory or theories of group work seem to serve as the basis for the standards?
  2. b)  Go to the “Resources” tab and locate information about a type of group that interests you.  How you could use the information in developing a group with a population you plan to work with.
  3. c)  Write a paragraph about ways in which the website does and/or does not convey a sense of an international community of social workers involved in providing services through the modality of group work. Do you consider this an online community?

 

  1. “Educated a Memoir” by Tara Westover (2 pages)
  2. What groups does the main character in your memoir belong to?

 

I think that Tara Westover, the main character of my memoir, belongs to Group Work Journals. Because she narrative her life journey and explaining her life change over time and who she couldn’t accept the life that her family wanted for her, which made her loosed connection with most of her family members. She is a resilient woman who overcame all challenges and violence that she faced as a child and a teenager. I also think that Westover could also belong to Teaching Group Work. By using her experience, she will be able to show others the power of education. She also could be a model for her students.

  1. Using the threeperspectives listed below, describe what the main character is going through and provide a rationale of why you chose this perspective.

 

“The psychodynamic perspective is concerned with how internal processes such as need, drives, and emotions motivate human behavior” (Hutchison, 2017, p 43). Westover felt that her father has the power over her mother as he had over her as a child. She did not want to become like her mother. Westover preferred to go to college and meet new people. She wanted to escape from her isolationist Mormon family. Her emotions of fear of being like her mother, her only sister Audrey, and Sadie, the woman who her brother, Shawn, dated. Her feeling of fear that she might lose the first boy she loved, Charles, drove her to laugh loudly when her brother shown was physically abusing her. The feeling of fear of losing her brother, Shawn, because of the car accident, drove her to do not listen to his father for the first time. These feelings and needs forced her to behave the way she did.

Developmental perspective focuses on “how human behavior unfolds across the course, how people change and stay the same over time. Human development is seen to occur in clearly defined stages based on a complex interaction of biological, psychological, and social processes” (Hutchison, 2017, p 46). Westover changed over time. As a child, she did whatever her father commended. Even though her brother hit her, Westover did not tell her parents. She hated the fact that her brother, Tyler, lived the family house for education. Westover felt that Tyler betrayed his family. She accepted the fact that she would marry and have children as her mother. Westover thought that her father is 100% right in whatever he said. After some experiences, such as Y2K, she began to understand that she was wrong. As an educated person, however, she became aware that her father might have bipolar illness. She also became more understandable and developed a secure connection with Tyler

According to the social behavioral perspective, “human behavior is learned as individuals interact with their environment” (Hutchison, 2017, p 48). When Westover moved to live with two roommates Mary and Shannon, she got shocked by their “immoral” outfits. She thoughts wouldn’t easy to live with them, but she used to do that. “learned helplessness in which a person’s prior experience with environmental forces has led to low self-efficacy and expectations of efficacy, a point also made by some feminist theories” (Hutchison, 2017, p 50). Knowing that males have the power over females in her family, Westover did not tell her parents about the physical abuse that Westover was facing. She even did not ask her abuser to apologize. Westover quickly accepted her brother to apologize when he asked for it. Furthermore, because Westover was embarrassed one time by asking a question in the class, she did not ask any item in the whole semester. However, by meeting some people such as Dr. Kerry, Jonathan Steinberg, Dr. David Runciman helped her and encouraged her to trust herself.

Individual Report

 

Coursework 2: Individual Report – 30% of Module Mark

(Deadline 1:00pm, 23rd March 2020)

 

Choose ONE of the practices your Group identified in (b) above, and answer the following questions:

 

  1. Explain and provide examples of the unethical practice you identified.

 

  1. Discuss the current (or potential) social or environmental impacts this practice is having.

 

  1. Discuss how organisations in your chosen supply chain are changing their practice to respond to the ethical or sustainability issues raised.

 

Report Format

 

  • The report should be around 1000 words, +/- 10%.

 

  • Additional appendices can be provided, but they should only be used for additional illustrative material such as data, charts, diagrams and photos and brief accompanying explanatory notes.

 

  • The report should be presented in Times New Roman, 12 pt font, 1.5 spaced, and in A4 format.

 

Marking Criteria

 

Description Weighting %
Evaluation (80)
Introduction: (e.g. brief summary of the practice you have chosen and why) 5
Explanation and examples of one type of unethical practice identified: (e.g. the linkage the practice has with the concept of ethical or sustainability issues in the context of supply chains and distribution systems) 25
Discussion on current (or potential) social or environmental impacts the practice is having. Evidence of different perspectives: (e.g. evidence of the ability to evaluate complex issues and apply conceptual frameworks; evidence of the use of a balanced range of perspectives; awareness of any potential bias in the information resources) 25
Discussion on how organisations in chosen supply chain are changing their practice to respond to the ethical or sustainability issues raised: (e.g. evidence of identifying the implications for, and practical responses from, managers and organisations) 20
Brief summary or conclusion 5
Presentation characteristics (20)  
Evidence of further reading; Appropriate use of references to ensure the original source of any material, data or argument is fully acknowledged and attributed. 10
The extent to which the report adheres to the formatting specified – font, spacing etc. 10

 

Note: Please see Appendix 2 for further information regarding the marking criteria.

 

Appendix 2: Coursework 2 Individual Report (30%)

Assessment  Sheet: Coursework 2 Individual Report (30%)
Module : Retail Marketing Student Name/ID:
Choose of ONE of the practices that group identified (from group presentation):
Evaluation (80) Weighting % 0-29% 30-39% 40-49% 50-59% 60-69% 70-79% 80% & +
Introduction: (e.g. brief summary of the practice you chosen and why) 5
Explanation and examples of one type of unethical practice identified: (e.g. the linkage the practice has with the concept of ethical or sustainability issues in the context of supply chains and distribution systems) 25
Discussion on current (or potential) social or environmental impacts the practice is having. Evidence of different perspectives:  (e.g. evidence of the ability to evaluate complex issues and apply conceptual frameworks; evidence of the use of a balanced range of perspectives; awareness of any potential bias in the information resources) 25
Discussion on how organisations in chosen supply chain are changing their practice to respond to the ethical or sustainability issues raised: (e.g. evidence of identifying the implications for, and practical responses from, managers and organisations) 20
Brief summary or conclusion 5
Presentation characteristics (20)  
Evidence of further reading; Appropriate use of references to ensure that the original source of any material, data or argument is fully acknowledged and attributed. 10
The extent to which the report adheres to the formatting specified – font, spacing etc. 10
Feedback:
Total Mark Date:
Tutor Name:

 

Human Rights and Global Justice

Human Rights and Global Justice:  Analytic Essay 2

 

In a properly formatted essay (introduction, thesis statement, complete textual analysis, conclusion), answer the following questions.

Both Held and Teeple offer criticisms of the classical liberal understanding of human nature that underlies the standard interpretation of human rights.

First: with reference to both Held’s essay and the relevant sections of Teeple’s book, reconstruct, in your own words, their main objections to that conception of individuality.

Second: again with reference to Held’s essay and Teeple’s book, explain the implications of their criticisms of this conception of individuality for their evaluation of human rights as tools to achieve social justice.  Be sure to note any relevant differences between Held and Teeple.

Third:  Does Donnelly’s defence of the social democratic welfare state provide a convincing counterargument to Held’s and Teeple’s criticisms, or do they make a sound case that achieving social justice requires more radical social changes?

Explain your reasoning and support your conclusion with evidence from the relevant texts and examples of your own choosing.

All citations should be formally referenced in a style of your choosing (APA, etc.)

Secondary research is not required, but it is also not forbidden.  If you use secondary literature, including any on-line sources, be sure to reference it.

Formal references to the lectures are not required, but do not just mechanically repeat my words.  If you draw on the lecture materials, think them through on your own and reconstruct them in your own words.

The paper should be approximately 2000 words, double spaced, using 12 point font.

 

Case Study

Description
A 75-year-old patient with a history of chronic congestive heart failure is hospitalized with complaints of shortness of breath and a dry cough. Vital signs are blood pressure (BP) 170/100 mm Hg, pulse 92 beats/min, respiration 28 breaths/min. The patient record indicates a gain of 4 kgs since his recent check-up; pitting edema in both ankles is noted. The patient is very anxious and states, “I cannot breathe”. You are the receiving nurse.
Please give and explain your rationale for your answers to the following questions:

1. What is the most important assessment for the nurse to conduct next?

2. What medications should the nurse expect the doctor to prescribe?

3. What is the impact of the patient’s blood pressure on his cardiac function?

4. What is the prognosis for untreated congestive heart failure?

5. What are the dietary recommendations for this patient?

Compare two measures (scales) of one construct

Description
This paper is designed to examine how well you can integrate course knowledge with critical thinking skills in evaluating published psychological tests. The main purpose of this paper is to compare TWO measures (scales) of ONE construct. Please address the following sections in your paper:
1. Introduce and define the construct (e.g. Depression, anxiety, stress, perceived social support, etc.) that you are interested in. Conduct a brief literature review for this construct.

2. Discuss why this topic is relevant and interesting.

3. Provide a scenario for which you conduct a research study on this construct; include your sample, context, and the reason for measuring the construct

4. Describe TWO published measures (scales) that assess this construct:
General descriptive information (e.g. how many items? Likert Scale?)
Reliability and validity
Cultural Adaptation
Target Populations

5. Based on the information provided in the (4), what are the strengths and weaknesses of each measure (scale)? What further information and/or data are needed to improve the measures (scales)?

6. What is your recommendation as to which scale you should use? Please give reason(s) for your recommendation. You may wish to tie this section back to your scenario if applicable.

BONE disease which Include Acromegaly Osteogenesis imperfect Osteomalacia Paget’s disease

Name: ___________________________________________

 

Anatomy and Physiology-I Grading Rubric for Paper and Brochure—Jackson

 

Paper (60% of overall Research Paper grade)

 

Introduction (-5)

Characteristic of Disease

History

Current Status

 

Discussion (-25)

Metabolic and Physiologic Effects

Treatment

Side Effects of Treatment

 

Conclusion (-10)

Future Standing

 

Topic Evaluation

Synthesis of information—majority of the information

in the paper summarized/paraphrased (-5)

No more than 2 direct quotes. (-3)

Works Cited and Used

At least 5 reputable references included & each resource used

in the discussion (-2)

Reference included in alphabetical order (-1)

Citations in paper consistent with Reference page (-3)

Format

Consistent format (-3)

Font Size appropriate (-2)

Double spaced (-1)

Brochure (40% of Research Paper grade)

 

Overall appeal

Neat, organized (-15)

Clear, informative content (-12)

Appropriate tone for target audience (-3)

 

Figures/Tables

Appropriate images for disease topic (-5)

 

Citations

References and/or contacts for further info provided (-5)

 

Total Grade _____________

BIOL 2401 Research Project—Health Brochure and Informational Write-up   

 

Your research project is designed so that you can investigate and learn more about health issues discussed during the semester and to hone your writing and computer skills. To select a topic, view the list provided at the end of these instructions.  Your professor will send a sign up sheet around for you to choose your topic. If you are interested in a particular topic not on the list, please get it approved by your professor first.

Objectives

In creating a health brochure and informational write-up, you will:

  • Utilize a variety of informational resources/technologies to search for data, research a health condition/disease/illness, create a brochure, and communicate the knowledge you gained to others.
  • Draw on prior knowledge as well as knowledge gained during the semester on the subject to comprehend, interpret and evaluate the topic.
  • Critically assess information found during research, demonstrating the ability to discern pertinent information.

Tasks

  1. In creating a health brochure, you will need to brainstorm topics for your individual brochure. Once you have chosen a topic, you will need to research it thoroughly. This will entail searching online journals, library resources and information offered by organizations. You can create an outline for the information that you plan on including in your brochure and discuss it with me.

You will create your own brochure using the information you have gathered on your chosen topic. Each brochure will include pictures, facts, and resources. They can be created using Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher or other computer software. You can download free templates at internet sites such as www.myscrapnook.com. In areas where computer access is limited, you can create a brochure by hand using 8 ½ X 11 cardstock or heavy paper, pictures cut from magazines or other sources, and text printed neatly and clearly. However, printed versions completed on a computer are preferred over those created by hand & cut/pasted.

The following are guidelines for creating the brochure:

 

The information should be brief (5-10 min read)

 

You may use the half-fold or tri-fold design. A printed version (rather than one made by hand) is preferred.

 

Be sure to include a title for the brochure, graphics/pictures, headings and subheadings

Pictures or graphs you include must have a citation underneath them.

 

Don’t forget to list contacts (organization help lines, e-mail addresses, ULRs, etc.) where readers can access more information and help.

 

Your name needs to be on the brochure.

 

The finished hard copy will be handed in to your instructor along with your write up for a grade.

  1. The informational write-up will provide you with an opportunity to go into more details on your chosen topic. This will be a separate, typed Microsoft Word document from the brochure.

The following are guidelines for the informational write-up:

The information should be in complete sentences. A minimum of 2 pages of text in the body of the paper (not including Literature Cited page); 12 font; double-spaced.

Written in scientific format (APA formatting is preferred). This includes using citations in the body of the paper. All information is to be paraphrased, and proper credit should be given to the original author(s).  Use no more than 2 quotes.

No less than 5 references, to be cited on the Literature Cited page at the end. You may use your textbook as one of the references.  All of the required references must be current (within the last 5 years if possible).  Please do not use Wikipedia or any similar website.  Additional references (other than the 5 current scientific) can be from any timeframe.  Make sure to use reputable sources.  The Literature Cited page should be a separate page.

Each student is expected to complete their own work. There should be no copying or paraphrasing of referenced material without proper citation.  If a direct quote is used, it should either be placed in quotes or indented.  Either method is acceptable but both need to be followed immediately with a citation.  This paper should be written in your own words, based on your own research of the topic.  Improper citation or plagiarism of other’s work will result in a deduction of points or a grade of 0 (See syllabus for Academic Integrity).

You are to have an Introduction, a Discussion, and a Conclusion. Be sure to include these 3 titles.

In the Introduction, include a brief summary of the chosen topic and highlight areas you will introduce in the Discussion.

In the Discussion, please provide more specific details than in your brochure on the metabolic and physiological effects of the condition and treatment options starting at the cellular level and ending with the organismal level.  Also, be sure to discuss any physiological ramifications (i.e. side effects) of the treatment at the point of action.

In the Conclusion, you will want to provide a brief review of any developing research, tests, or treatments for the condition to wrap up the informational write-up. 

You will hand in a hard copy to your instructor along with the brochure. 

Assessments

You will be assessed on:

  • The effectiveness of your research in gathering information on your topic.
  • The appeal of your brochure.
  • The pertinence of the information/resources within your brochure and informational write-up.

 

 

List of Topics:

Skin:

Basal cell carcinoma

Malignant melanoma

Acne

Albinism

Hives

Muscles:

Muscular dystrophy

Myasthenia gravis

Rhabdomyolysis

Bones:

Acromegaly

Osteogenesis imperfect

Osteomalacia

Paget’s disease

Joints:

Osteoarthritis

Gout

Rheumatoid arthritis

Nervous System:

Anxiety

Depression

Parkinson’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease

Dysautonomia

Multiple sclerosis

Epilepsy

Sciatica

Eye:

Astigmatism

Myopia

Presbyopia

Conjunctivitis

Strabismus

Glaucoma

Cataract

Ear:

Otitis media

Meniere’s disease

Otosclerosis

Tinnitus

Mouth/Tongue:

Oral cancer

Geographic tongue

Xerostomia

 

 

 

Outlining Strategies

 

After you have your completed the prewriting, conducted research, and written an effective thesis statement, it is time to organize your information. One of the best ways to organize all your writing and ideas is by creating a formal outline. An outline provides general descriptions of what will appear in your paper. Through logical organization, an outline provides a visual picture of the structure of your paper and helps show relationships between and among ideas.

 

Creating an Outline

 

To create an outline, gather your prewriting and all the information you want to include in the paper. Begin to write down the information in the order you think makes the paper most logical. Normally, you outline only the body paragraphs for your essay. Include your thesis statement at the top to ensure you include only the support that defends or proves your thesis. A basic outline appears similar to the following:

 

Thesis: ______________________________________________

 

  1. Body Paragraph One of the Paper
  2. Point 1
  3. Point 2
  4. Body Paragraph Two of the Paper
  5. Point 1
  6. Point 2

III.      Body Paragraph Three of the Paper

  1. Point 1
  2. Point 2

 

Depending on the length and detail of your paper, your outline may include many more points and sub-points (also often referred to as headings and sub-headings). Include all your source examples and any other information that makes up a paragraph, which may make your outline appear similar to the following:

 

  1. Body Paragraph One of the Paper
  2. Point 1
  3. Sub-point 1
  4. Sub-point 2
  5. Point 2
  6. Sub-point 1
  7. Sub-point 2
  8. Body Paragraph Two of the Paper
  9. Point 1
  10. Sub-point 1
  11. Sub-point 2
  12. Point 2
  13. Sub-point 1
  14. Sub-point 2

III. Body Paragraph Three of the Paper

  1. Point 1
  2. Sub-point 1
  3. Sub-point 2
  4. Point 2
  5. Sub-point 1
  6. Sub-point 2

 

It is important to keep the following in mind when creating an outline:

 

  • One point can never stand alone: If you have an “A,” you must have a “B”; if you have a “1,” you must have a “2”; and so forth.
  • Your outline should be complete and detailed. Try not to list just a simple word because you may not know what you were referencing. Instead, be very detailed and use complete phrases—a topic outline is one that uses phrases, not sentences, to describe headings and sub-headings.
  • After you have drafted an outline, play with it a little by rearranging the order of topics and subtopics. Place them in the best order, so items make sense, and  transitions are easy to add.

 

Ways to Organize an Outline

 

Your outline is a visual representation of the order of ideas in your paper. Because the ideas can be presented in a number of different ways, it is a good idea to explore different organizational arrangements. The following are the more common ways to organize ideas:

 

  • Least important to most important. You can begin with the least important reason or fact and end with the most important. Many persuasive essays are organized in this way to build the momentum of an argument: The reader then walks away from the paper thinking about the strongest reasons to agree with the writer.

 

  • Most important to least important. You can begin with the most important information for the reader (your strongest point), with the next most important information following. Continue until you end with the least important information for readers. Executive summaries and news articles are usually written this way because readers may not have time to read to the end of the story or article.
  • Chronologically. You can order a sequence of events chronologically—in other words, in the exact time order the events occurred. If you tell a story or describe a process—for example, downloading a song from the Internet or changing an automobile tire—the order of events or steps in the process is important.
  • Logically. You can organize your outline logically so the information makes the most sense, such as from a problem to a solution. If you were writing about drug addiction, you might start with a definition of addiction, followed by an explanation of different kinds of addiction and ways people become addicted to substances or behaviors, and then end with methods for overcoming addictions.
  • Spatially. If you want to describe the way a person or object looks, you can arrange the descriptions in a certain order: right to left, front to back, or top to bottom. If you write about a hiking trip in a national park, for example, you might start by describing the objects at the bottom of a mountain, continuing up the trail until you reach the top.

 

Resource

 

For additional help with outlining, review the information at the following site: http://www.words2content.com/how-to-write-outline.html

 

 

Wrap-Up

 

An outline allows you to see the overall picture of your final paper. As you complete additional research, your outline may change; however, as long as you have a detailed outline before you start the drafting step, your paper will be much better organized.

 

 

I attached all information my instructor gave me the topic i choose is BONE disease which Include Acromegaly Osteogenesis imperfect Osteomalacia Paget’s disease

BIOL 2401 Research Project—Health Brochure and Informational Write-up   

 

Your research project is designed so that you can investigate and learn more about health issues discussed during the semester and to hone your writing and computer skills. To select a topic, view the list provided at the end of these instructions.  Your professor will send a sign up sheet around for you to choose your topic. If you are interested in a particular topic not on the list, please get it approved by your professor first.

Objectives

In creating a health brochure and informational write-up, you will:

  • Utilize a variety of informational resources/technologies to search for data, research a health condition/disease/illness, create a brochure, and communicate the knowledge you gained to others.
  • Draw on prior knowledge as well as knowledge gained during the semester on the subject to comprehend, interpret and evaluate the topic.
  • Critically assess information found during research, demonstrating the ability to discern pertinent information.

Tasks

  1. In creating a health brochure, you will need to brainstorm topics for your individual brochure. Once you have chosen a topic, you will need to research it thoroughly. This will entail searching online journals, library resources and information offered by organizations. You can create an outline for the information that you plan on including in your brochure and discuss it with me.

You will create your own brochure using the information you have gathered on your chosen topic. Each brochure will include pictures, facts, and resources. They can be created using Microsoft Word, Microsoft Publisher or other computer software. You can download free templates at internet sites such as www.myscrapnook.com. In areas where computer access is limited, you can create a brochure by hand using 8 ½ X 11 cardstock or heavy paper, pictures cut from magazines or other sources, and text printed neatly and clearly. However, printed versions completed on a computer are preferred over those created by hand & cut/pasted.

The following are guidelines for creating the brochure:

 

The information should be brief (5-10 min read)

 

You may use the half-fold or tri-fold design. A printed version (rather than one made by hand) is preferred.

 

Be sure to include a title for the brochure, graphics/pictures, headings and subheadings

Pictures or graphs you include must have a citation underneath them.

 

Don’t forget to list contacts (organization help lines, e-mail addresses, ULRs, etc.) where readers can access more information and help.

 

Your name needs to be on the brochure.

 

The finished hard copy will be handed in to your instructor along with your write up for a grade.

  1. The informational write-up will provide you with an opportunity to go into more details on your chosen topic. This will be a separate, typed Microsoft Word document from the brochure.

The following are guidelines for the informational write-up:

The information should be in complete sentences. A minimum of 2 pages of text in the body of the paper (not including Literature Cited page); 12 font; double-spaced.

Written in scientific format (APA formatting is preferred). This includes using citations in the body of the paper. All information is to be paraphrased, and proper credit should be given to the original author(s).  Use no more than 2 quotes.

No less than 5 references, to be cited on the Literature Cited page at the end. You may use your textbook as one of the references.  All of the required references must be current (within the last 5 years if possible).  Please do not use Wikipedia or any similar website.  Additional references (other than the 5 current scientific) can be from any timeframe.  Make sure to use reputable sources.  The Literature Cited page should be a separate page.

Each student is expected to complete their own work. There should be no copying or paraphrasing of referenced material without proper citation.  If a direct quote is used, it should either be placed in quotes or indented.  Either method is acceptable but both need to be followed immediately with a citation.  This paper should be written in your own words, based on your own research of the topic.  Improper citation or plagiarism of other’s work will result in a deduction of points or a grade of 0 (See syllabus for Academic Integrity).

You are to have an Introduction, a Discussion, and a Conclusion. Be sure to include these 3 titles.

In the Introduction, include a brief summary of the chosen topic and highlight areas you will introduce in the Discussion.

In the Discussion, please provide more specific details than in your brochure on the metabolic and physiological effects of the condition and treatment options starting at the cellular level and ending with the organismal level.  Also, be sure to discuss any physiological ramifications (i.e. side effects) of the treatment at the point of action.

In the Conclusion, you will want to provide a brief review of any developing research, tests, or treatments for the condition to wrap up the informational write-up. 

You will hand in a hard copy to your instructor along with the brochure. 

Assessments

You will be assessed on:

  • The effectiveness of your research in gathering information on your topic.
  • The appeal of your brochure.
  • The pertinence of the information/resources within your brochure and informational write-up.

 

 

List of Topics:

Skin:

Basal cell carcinoma

Malignant melanoma

Acne

Albinism

Hives

Muscles:

Muscular dystrophy

Myasthenia gravis

Rhabdomyolysis

Bones:

Acromegaly

Osteogenesis imperfect

Osteomalacia

Paget’s disease

Joints:

Osteoarthritis

Gout

Rheumatoid arthritis

Nervous System:

Anxiety

Depression

Parkinson’s Disease

Alzheimer’s Disease

Dysautonomia

Multiple sclerosis

Epilepsy

Sciatica

Eye:

Astigmatism

Myopia

Presbyopia

Conjunctivitis

Strabismus

Glaucoma

Cataract

Ear:

Otitis media

Meniere’s disease

Otosclerosis

Tinnitus

Mouth/Tongue:

Oral cancer

Geographic tongue

Xerostomia