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Demys M2A2. Demys M2A2. As a community health nurse, you work with migrant workers in your community. Access to health care in the rural areas of the United States is a major concern.
Discuss possible barriers to health care this population group may face.
How will you intervene to eliminate or at least minimize these barriers?

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Editing review article

Editing review article. Editing review article. Week 6: Literature Synthesis

Introduction

The procurement sector is inundated with poor management and increasing the cost of operations. A major contributing feature for these challenges is that old-fashioned leadership practices, such as linear thinking, failure to adopt innovative ideas, and leader-centricity are still used in logistics and supply chain management. Focusing on a module Leadership and Community, a new framework of leadership has been uncovered. The new framework advocates that leaders should interact with their different communities in their organization, from micro communities, meso communities, the macro communities. Additional literature findings elaborate that strategically managing these relationships results in complexity attributes and that leadership presents diverse themes of facilitation, coordinating information flow, adaptation, visioning, risk taking, and boundary spanning.

 

Major Arguments from Scholars and Practitioners

In Responsive Processes Thinking, Stacey (2011) argues that micro-level interaction influences macro and meso level coordination through different but similar manifestations. The argument supports her claim in Local Communicative Interaction that systems are complex networks that possess interrelated agents. Stacey (2011) adds that in everyday life, leadership is expressed between communities and that over scale and time, the same interactions develop and influence larger workplace dynamics. Also, in assessing complexity leadership theory, Uhl-Bien et al. (2007) support these claims on the conception that agents that are interconnected in a system impact organizational evolution and outcomes via complex pathways. Thus, uncovering the leadership features that influence community interconnection at multiple levels of an organization is significant to comprehend better complexity leadership.

Stacey (2011) points out that the level of influence (micro, meso, and macro) depends on the connections and interactions between agents existing in a given system. For instance, the micro-level influence occurs between top management and immediate line managers, and between leaders and subordinate staff. The Evolution and information experienced at micro level inform the subordinates-manager interaction in macro- and meso-level influences on a workplace community. Lichtenstein et al. (2006) note that in a community when the employee and formal leadership roles interact, they create a macro-level influence in the organizational course. In turn, these macro-level influences trigger meso- and micro-outcomes. In elaboration, a leader displaying meso-influence as he gives his subordinates support during the adoption of change can directly impact the manner in which the organization integrates the proposed change at the micro level. When the macro, meso, and micro influences align, the proposed change initiative is likely to be adopted and implemented in that community.

 

Critiquing the Underlying Assumptions Evident in the Articles

In complexity leadership research Schneider and Somers (2006) note that when leaders interact with the community, they display four themes. Leaders encourage convergent and divergent thoughts at the right times, leadership enhances inclusion and collaboration, conflict is managed at lowest levels without escalating the situation, and that leaders nurture the relationship with the organization. However, the authors fail to elaborate on the methodology and approaches that leaders can use to implement these traits at the workplace. These approach conflicts with the meso-model of leadership interaction with the community proposed by Uhl-Bien and Marion (2009) in the bureaucratic forms of organizations. In their discourse, leadership interactions in the community should display the following traits.

One, they ought to engage members into a mutual problem-solving concept. Two, leaders should foster interaction via boundary spanning. Three, leaders should procure resources for the team, and four, a leader should give new meaning to events affecting a team. However, there are no elaborate plans suggested by the author on how groups should be coordinated in their complex systems (Uhl-Bien & Marion, 2009). However, the scholars do not elaborate if the more a leader demonstrates these skills in a community there are any positive impacts with the practical approach. Besides, the findings do not indicate if complexity leaders demonstrate interaction creation and enhanced knowledge flow leading to diverse and strong relationships in communities facilitated by good communication. Also, Stacey (2011) has not examined the enabling or administrative factors in depth making it difficult to have a complete view of the complexities of a community system or how their interactions can be merged.

 

Extending the Thinking and Application to Procurement Operations

While macro-level thinking and application represent a larger trajectory and strategy of organizational interactions occur over a period of months or years, the meso level interaction occurs within days or weeks. Therefore, applying meso level influence and thinking to my procurement operations will produce smaller time scales compared to macro level approach. As a leader, I will display influence on meso level time scales in my procurement operations to develop short-term strategies, foster agent interactions, and gather resources needed to impact daily supply and logistics operations. As a change agent, I can use this week’s concepts to scale my leadership impact through micro, meso, and macro levels depending on the community I am interacting with. For instance, when organizing logistic deliveries, I can interact with suppliers to impact macro scale decisions and also meso scale decisions to achieve consistent, timely product deliveries.

 

Conclusion

Structuring effective leadership interaction in the community helps organizations align with their goals and objectives. In complex systems, the various levels of community interactions improve leadership behavior and creates successful organizational operations. Effective community interactions help display efficient leadership characteristics that help keep the organization moving toward macro-level objectives while keeping aligned with organizational values of adaptive leadership behavior.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References

  • Stacey, R.D. (2011) Strategic management and organizational dynamics: the challenge of complexity. 6th ed. Harlow: Pearson.
    • Chapter 12, ‘Responsive Processes Thinking: The Interplay of Intentions.’
    • Chapter 13, ‘The Emergence of Organisational Strategy in Local Communicative Interaction: Complex Responsive Processes of Conversation.’
    • Chapter 14, ‘The Link Between the Local Communicative Interaction of Strategising and the Population-Wide Patterns of Strategy.’
    • Chapter 15, ‘The Emergence of Organisational Strategy in Local Communicative Interaction: Complex Responsive Processes of Ideology and Power Relating.’
    • Chapter 16, ‘Different Modes of Articulating Patterns of Interaction Emerging Across Organisations: Strategy Narratives and Models.’
    • Chapter 17, ‘Complex Responsive Processes of Strategising: Acting Locally on the Basis of Global Goals, Visions, Expectations and Intentions for the “Whole” Organisation Over the “Long-Term Future”’
    • Chapter 18, ‘Complex Responsive Processes: Implications for Thinking About Organisational Dynamics and Strategy.’
  • Uhl-Bien, M., Marion, R. & McKelvey, B. (2007) ‘Complexity leadership theory: Shifting leadership from the industrial age to the knowledge era’, The Leadership Quarterly, 18 (4), pp.298-318 [Online]. Available from http://ezproxy.liv.ac.uk/login?url=http://openurl.ac.uk.ezproxy.liv.ac.uk/?title=The+Leadership+Quarterly&volume=18&issue=&spage=298&date=2007 (Accessed: 9 January 2012).
  • Lichtenstein, B.B. et al. (2006) ‘Complexity leadership theory: an interactive perspective on leading in complex adaptive systems’, Emergence: Complexity and Organization, 8 (4), pp.2-12.
  • Schneider, M. & Somers, M. (2006) ‘Organizations as complex adaptive systems: implications of complexity theory for leadership research’, The Leadership Quarterly,17 (4), pp.351-365.
  • Uhl-Bien, M. & Marion, R. (2009) ‘Complexity leadership in bureaucratic forms of organizing: a meso model’, The Leadership Quarterly, 20 (4), pp.631-650.

 

 

 

 

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pathology. pathology. CASE STUDY 1 (25 MARKS) Word Count: 750 words (including in-text citations)
Adam is a 57 year old businessman who travels regularly to China and other south-east Asian countries in regards to his business. He admits to having a less than perfect diet, often eating on the run and avoiding vegetables. He presents for treatment of ‘bowel issues’.
Adam says that over the last 10 years his bowel has regularly gone through ‘bad patches’. These ‘bad patches’ can last from weeks to months and cause Adam to have alternating diarrhoea and constipation.
Over the last four months he has had a particularly bad episode consisting of regular diarrhoea with very occasional constipation. Adam has occasionally noticed frank blood in his stools. Sometimes Adam has low levels of abdominal pain associated with his bowel, but the pain is never severe. Adam admits to being fairly unfit and is notably over weight.
Primary Investigation:
Vital signs:
Test
Result
Blood pressure
150/90 mm of Hg
normal range (100/60 – 140/85) mm of Hg
(for this age group)
Pulse rate
100, per minute
normal range 60-100 per minute
Respiratory rate
16 per minute
normal range 12-16 per minute
Temperature
37 ˚C
normal range 36.6  37.2 ˚C
Questions
1) List the most important signs, symptoms and information that Adam presents with.
2) For each sign and symptom that you have listed suggest three (3) conditions (disorders) that would present with similar signs and symptoms.
3) Suggest two (2) investigative tests that would help you to make a diagnosis. In your answer explain the rationale for selecting those tests and the expected results.
4) Of the three (3) conditions that you have suggested that Adam may be suffering from, select one of those conditions as the most likely.
5) Having selected the most likely condition, you need to advise Adam any about complications he may possibly develop due to this condition. Outline three (3) complications that may develop in Adam due to this condition.
6) What advice would you give Adam to help him manage his condition?

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MARKING CRITERIA:
CRITERIA
MARKS
Appropriate differential diagnoses
Illustrate and analyse the role of symptomatology in the process of differential diagnosis
Conceptualise how mechanisms of disease pathology contribute to the loss of normal functions, the clinical presentations and the investigation results.
Demonstrate an understanding of the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract system
Demonstrate a knowledge of disease complications
Appropriate referencing and bibliography
Presentation

CASE STUDY 2 (25 MARKS) Word Count: 750 words (including in-text citations)
A sixty two year old opal miner, presents to his GP clinic with haematuria, frequency and burning while urinating. He also complains of bilateral loin pain, radiating down into his groin. He has lived in the outback for all of his adult life, and his only water supply comes from a subterranean aquifer that he pumps out by hand.
The GP takes some urine for culture and sensitivity along with a sample for ‘dip-stick’ testing. He also takes blood for a Full Blood Count, and the results are below.
He also takes an abdominal x-ray on a very old, but still functional, x-ray machine, and the x-ray image is below.
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Full Blood Count:
Haematology:
Test
Result
Haemoglobin
120 g/L
normal range (115-160) g/L
White cell count
13,500 (X106/L)
normal range 4000 – 11000 (X106/L)
Packed cell volume
0.38
normal range 0.37  0.47
Platelets
395 (X106/L)
normal range 150-400 (X106/L)
Questions:
a) When considering his symptoms, list two findings on a urine ‘dip-stick’ that you would expect to discover in this patient, and what is the rationale for these findings.
b) From the x-ray above, it is clear that this man has renal calculi. What type of calculi is visible in this X-ray, and name two types of mineral deposits that can produce such calculi?
c) Apart from the symptoms that this man has presented with, describe three additional clinical signs and symptoms of renal calculi.
d) Explain four (4) causes of renal calculi.
e) The region that this man comes from in central Australia, is a desert land and has very hard water. Explain how the geographical location of may have contributed to the development of his renal stones. What could he do to help prevent a recurrence of calculi in the future?
f) What is the likely course of treatment for this patient?
MARKING CRITERIA:
CRITERIA
MARKS
Demonstrate an understanding of blood and urine testing to aid in disease diagnosis.
Demonstrate an understanding of how symptomatology aids in the diagnosis of disease.
Demonstrate an understanding of the underlying mechanisms that contribute to the development of renal disease.
Demonstrate an understanding of medical treatment
Appropriate referencing and bibliography
Presentation

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Profile:

 

A hardworking, confident and self-motivated individual who is reliable and trustworthy. Able to work well as part of a team and can also use own initiative to achieve results. A good communicator who is able to get on well with people from different backgrounds.

 

Objective:

 

Looking for opportunity to improve my skills and experience in the field of biomedical science. Also flexible and willing to undertake any training deemed necessary.

 

 

Academic Qualification

 

  • 2009 – 2013                 BSc in Biomedical Science

University of Salford, Manchester

  • 2006 – 2009               BTEC in medical Science, Health and Social Care.

Swansea College, Swansea.

  • 1999 – 2006 Gained 10 GCSE’s Grades A to C including English and Mathematics.                                                          Daniel James High School, Swansea.

 

 

Relevant and Employment History

 

  • Sharjah University Hospital, Sharjah, United Arab Emirate

Hematology lab technician (01/10/2013- 01/10/2015)

 

Responsibility:

  • Collected, prepared and processed all laboratory specimens for clinical examination.
  • Communicating with different hospital department
  • Perform call back for critical (panic) results.
  • Prepared and maintained correct and timely test record and reports.
  • Analyzed, interpreted and report on patients test results, in an efficient manner.
  • Calibrated, maintained, and repaired all laboratory equipment safely
  • Perform hematological tests such as CBC in Sysmex machine, coagulation in Stago machine, ESR and blood film and reading all differential indices
  • Perform immuno-hematological (blood transfusion service) diagnostic tests such as ABO/RH grouping, Direct and indirect agglutination tests, compatibility (cross match) tests, and antibody identification test.
  • Perform special staining, processes when request.
  • Prepared histologic slide containing human tissues section by processing, embedding, and cutting, mounting and staining.
  • Prepare microscopic slides on human tissues for diagnostic purpose
  • Embedded tissues correctly within timeframes prescribed by the department. Under direct supervision of Pathologist.

 

 

 

2) Global Office for Higher Education, UK (December 2011- June 2013)

Marketing and Development Assistant

 

Responsibility:

  • Responsible for completing reports, data management and other paper works.
  • Provide company research and competitor analysis related to marketing projects.
  • Supported the development, production, and distribution of marketing.
  • Send e-mails to university and colleges to gets student offers letter for higher education and send email to student.
  • Take minutes through meeting with company managing Director and write reports.
  • Assisted in the execution of innovative marketing programs.

 

 

It skills

  • I am experienced on Microsoft access, as I have created numerous amounts of databases during my Biomedical Science Course and at my work place.
  • I can perform sophisticated calculations using different formulas on Microsoft Excel.
  • I also have the ability to produce presentations on Microsoft PowerPoint by using different techniques and models.

 

 

Special skills:

  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Team player
  • Strong attention to details, disciplined, careful and focused
  • Time management, skills gained whiles at my previous jobs, I had a plan and manage work for myself and one other person. To ensure deadlines were met I kept an up to date Outlook diary as well as getting weekly checking from my colleagues to ensure deadlines were met.
  • Language: Arabic and English (fluent)
  • Full/clean valid driving license

 

Hobbies & Interests

 

In my spare time I enjoy reading; particularly scientific magazines and fiction, watching TV, listen to music, and makeup artist, fashion and styling.

 

References

Available on request

 

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QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS

QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS. QUALITATIVE DATA ANALYSIS. Data Analysis

Assignment Part I Qualitative Data Analysis Advice
Part 1. Qualitative data analysis assessment

Using the approaches which you have explored on this module carry out a qualitative data analysis on the interview data provided (available on Moodle). a) Present your analysis of the data under a ‘findings’ heading (1000 words)

  1. b) With reference to the relevant methodological literature, critically discuss the challenges of analysing qualitative data and the production of rigorous findings.(1500 words).

 

Advice for part a) Present your analysis of the data under a ‘findings’ heading (1000 words)

  1. Explain briefly and descriptively what you did to the raw data (transcripts) to arrive at your themes
  2. Present 3-5 themes resulting from your data analysis. This means write an analytical, not descriptive account of these themes e.g. comparing & contrasting, paying attention to language, explaining differences & similarities.
  3. Use of quotations (counted in the word count): short & Illustrative.
  4. You can submit a short extract of a transcript you have coded as an appendix. This is not compulsory
  5. You can submit your coding scheme as a appendix. This is not compulsory. Appendices are not counted in the word count.

What you are not doing: 1. You are not answering a research question 2. You do not need a research

question 3. You do not need to use any theory on masculinity, sexuality or health etc. but you will be given credit for recognising that themes from the literature would be important.

Advice for part b) With reference to the relevant methodological literature, critically discuss the challenges of analysing qualitative data and the production of rigorous findings. (1500 words).

  • Discuss with reference to the epistemological and ontological debates about qualitative research
  • Discuss the methodological underpinning of qualitative data analysis

Key issues to include, for example:

  • How are issues of qualitative data analysis being

‘subjective’ addressed?

  • How do we ensure the quality and

trustworthiness of qualitative research findings?

  • Validity, reliability, and generalizability
  • The section must be based on a critical

engagement with the methodological literature

You are not:

  1. Writing a reflective piece on your own qualitative data analysis
    2. Writing a descriptive account

General advice

  • How to make a good argument:
  • –  Description
  • –  Critical elaboration
  • –  Substantiation
  • –  Examples
  • Critical analysis
  • Referencing: up-to-date, text-book and

journal papers

  • Reading
  • Writing + drafting = comprehension

 

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1: bachelor degree of medicine from medical university of Lublin in Poland . 
2: bachelor degree of medical laboratory in collage of applied medical science of King saud university in Saudi Arabia.

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Two questions

Two questions. Two questions. Application essay questions for an oversea medical program. 
Two Questions total:
1. Why are you interested in participating in a global education experience?
2. How will your experience in New Orleans enhance your educational goals?
Each question should be around 1 page (single spaced)

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International Public Health – Non Communicable Disease

International Public Health – Non Communicable Disease. International Public Health – Non Communicable Disease.

Task description A3 EXTERNAL


 

Assessment 3: Major individual assessment

Due date: 22 January 2016

Time due: 5:00 pm

Weighting: 50% of total course mark

 

 

Participants will each submit an assignment on the population approaches to the prevention and control of a selected or related group of NCDs in a specific country or region of their choosing. Participants are expected to briefly outline the epidemiology of the selected NCD and its associated risk factors, with specific reference to the burden of disease and the evolution of the NCD and risk factors in the chosen country or region. Participants will then critically evaluate the current approaches to prevention and control in the chosen country/region, their strengths, weaknesses and challenges. Evidence-based suggestions supported by scientific and peer-reviewed literature, for future directions in NCD prevention and control in the context of the chosen country will then be outlined.

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DB 10

DB 10. DB 10. A stroke is a serious disorder that impacts patients quickly, requiring immediate intervention and treatment. Due to implications of this disorder, patient education is essential for patient populations at an increased risk of stroke. According to the National Stroke Association, up to 80% of strokes can be prevented in patients (National Stroke Association, 2012). For this reason, it is essential that you provide patients with the education and tools necessary to reduce their risk as well as identify signs and symptoms of strokes. In this Assignment, you have the opportunity to give back to your practicum site by creating media to educate patients about stroke prevention. When designing patient education media such as flyers, posters, and music, it is important to consider strategies that meet the needs of the patient population you treat at your practicum site.
Design a media piece to educate patients on stroke prevention. You may create a flyer, poster, or any other media that is suitable for your patient population.

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