In this assignment, you will write a letter to advocate a position specific to social justice. The letter should be addressed to the appropriate person, such as a congressperson from your state if your focus is a state-level issue to be voted on.

In this assignment, you will write a letter to advocate a position specific to social justice. The letter should be addressed to the appropriate person, such as a congressperson from your state if your focus is a state-level issue to be voted on. Write from your stance as a professional nurse. As such, articulate how health is linked to your topic as well as the bioethical principles and concepts justifying your position. Articulation of how issue and health are connected and relevance to nursing Use of ethical principles and concepts to justify position In a professional manner in accordance with business letter formatting • With no errors in grammar or spelling • Using appropriate addressee...
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Assessment 3 Instructions: Data Analysis And Quality Improvement Initiative Proposal

Prepare an 8-10 page data analysis and quality improvement initiative proposal based on a health issue of interest. Include internal and external benchmark data, evidence-based recommendations to improve health care quality and safety, and communication strategies to gain buy-in from all interprofessional team members responsible for implementing the initiative. Introduction Health care providers are perpetually striving to improve care quality and patient safety. To accomplish enhanced care, outcomes need to be measured. Next, data measures must be validated. Measurement and validation of information support performance improvement. Health care providers must focus attention on evidence-based best practices to improve patient outcomes. Health informatics, along with new and improved technologies and procedures, are at the core of all quality improvement initiatives. Data analysis begins with provider documentation, researched process improvement models, and recognized quality benchmarks. All of these items work together to improve patient outcomes. Professional nurses must be able to interpret and communicate dashboard information that displays critical care metrics and outcomes along with data collected...
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Continuous quality improvement (CQI) is the responsibility of all nurses and is vital when addressing the challenges of the health care industry. Provide an example of how you would apply CQI in your current or past position. 

Continuous quality improvement (CQI) is the responsibility of all nurses and is vital when addressing the challenges of the health care industry. Provide an example of how you would apply CQI in your current or past position.   Using 200-300 words APA format with at least two references. Sources must be published within the last 5 years....
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Euthanasia Review

Euthanasia Review Euthanasia is defined as the practice of killing a patient to limit their suffering. The physician causes the death of the patient from an incurable or severe condition. The life termination exercise may involve injection with drugs to induce coma by a doctor and stop the heart from operating. Euthanasia takes place in a medical facility in the presence of medical staff. It slightly differs from physician-assisted suicide (PAS), which refers to the “prescription of lethal medication be voluntarily self-administered by the patient.” Euthanasia causes intentional death. Multiple perceptions surround euthanasia. Some people think the process is illegal, while others believe it is better to end suffering after mutual agreement between the patient and the physicians. Mixed reactions erupt from euthanasia as people try to understand the ethical and legal issues surrounding the exercise. The dilemma emanates from whether people should decide whether to live or die (Balynska et al., 2019). Therefore, this essay argues both sides of euthanasia...
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What is the function of meiotic division?

Compose 400 words or more discussion to respond the following: What is the function of meiotic division? How does meiosis differ from mitosis? What is the technical name for the fertilized ovum? What is a morula? What is a blastocyst? What placental hormone maintains the corpus luteum during the early weeks of pregnancy? What is a trimester? What is the difference between embryo and fetus? Name the three primary germ layers. What is histogenesis? Briefly describe the three stages of labor. How does identical twinning differ from fraternal twinning? Name the four major phases of the postnatal period. What signs characterize the adolescence period of human development? List some age -related changes in the cardiovascular system. What are some of the leading causes of death in the United States?...
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Develop a presentation, augmented by 12-15 slides, for administrative leaders and stakeholders that outlines your plan to develop or enhance a culture of quality and safety within your organization or practice setting.

Develop a presentation, augmented by 12-15 slides, for administrative leaders and stakeholders that outlines your plan to develop or enhance a culture of quality and safety within your organization or practice setting. Introduction Note: Each assessment in this course builds on the work you completed in the previous assessment. Therefore, you must complete the assessments in this course in the order in which they are presented. As a nurse leader, you will be expected to communicate effectively with leaders and stakeholders at all levels in an organization in a variety of ways, depending on your purpose and your audience. Being able to deliver effective presentations is one important skill you will likely be called upon to use often. This assessment provides an opportunity to hone your presentation skills and enlist the support of stakeholder groups who will be key to achieving desired changes in the organization and developing or enhancing a culture of quality and safety. This assessment is based on the work you have completed...
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HA4521D – Healthcare Management Capstone

HA4521D - Healthcare Management Capstone Discussion 03.1: Case Study 24 Answer Discussion Questions 2, 4, 5, in Case 24 and post your answers to the discussion forum. Discuss these questions with your peers. 2.What are the management issues that need to be addressed in the case? 4.Should the nurse have questioned giving this large amount of insulin without checking with the doctor? 5.Should the pharmacist have questioned the dosage? Cases in Health Care Management-Vitalsource Bookself-username-crtshhill49@yahoo.com-Password-#magicMAN61...
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What conditions might contribute to this complication? What patient teaching and/or instructions should the patient have received to lessen the possibility of this

The nurse walks into the room to check on the patient and finds her massaging her leg. When questioned about it, she says, “It just hurts a little.” Assessment reveals decreased pedal pulse in that leg, with a red, hot, tender area on the midcalf. The nurse suspects thrombophlebitis. What conditions might contribute to this complication? What patient teaching and/or instructions should the patient have received to lessen the possibility of this happening? What nursing diagnoses are appropriate in this case (both before and after)? ...
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Response #1 Behaviorism Gwen Hanna

Response #1 Behaviorism Gwen Hanna Working on the neurology/neurosurgery floor for three years provided me the opportunity to see and observe undesirable health care practices and behaviors. At the same time, it gave me the chance to correct them. One undesirable practice that nurses often leave unnoticed is giving post-operative patients too much pain medications that hinder them from functioning cognitively and limit their mobility. I have cared for patients who underwent brain and spine surgeries, both young and old, who ended up in an extended care facility or inpatient rehab due to decreased mobility and functioning upon therapy evaluation. Possible causes can include too much pain medication, making the patient drowsy and uncooperative during evaluation, and failure of the staff to provide early ambulation. Some patients are afraid to walk because of pain and choose to stay in bed instead. To replace this unhealthy behavior, I have realized that it is much better to let the patient endure the pain and ambulate them...
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