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Forensic psychology professionals working in clinical forensic settings such as state hospitals or prisons

Forensic psychology professionals working in clinical forensic settings such as state hospitals or prisons often are tasked with assessing whether a patient may be at significant risk for committing suicide. If a person is assessed to be suicidal, then involuntary hospitalization of the patient likely will follow. However, in the United States where the right to life and liberty are protected by the Constitution, to deprive a person of his or her liberty requires extraordinary circumstances. State statutes vary in…

Complete “Choosing the Board: Charting the Course with Competing Priorities (pg #241)” exercise.

art I: Complete “Choosing the Board: Charting the Course with Competing Priorities (pg #241)” exercise. Rank them from highest to lowest. Explain why you made your rankings. List their diversity characteristics and how that impacted your ranking. Regardless of which four nominees are appointed, replacing one-third of the Board members all at once will mean a radical change for this board. This is a source of concern for the Board members and a serious concern of the hospital CEO who…

A nurse educator is preparing an orientation on culture and the workplace. There is a need to address the many cultures

A nurse educator is preparing an orientation on culture and the workplace. There is a need to address the many cultures that seek healthcare services and how to better understand the culture. This presentation will examine the role of the nurse as a culturally diverse practitioner. Choose a culture that you feel less knowledgeable about Compare this culture with your own culture Analyze the historical, socioeconomic, political, educational, and topographical aspects of this culture What are the appropriate interdisciplinary interventions…

A nurse educator is preparing an orientation on culture and the workplace. There is a need to address the many cultures

A nurse educator is preparing an orientation on culture and the workplace. There is a need to address the many cultures that seek healthcare services and how to better understand the culture. This presentation will examine the role of the nurse as a culturally diverse practitioner. Choose a culture that you feel less knowledgeable about Compare this culture with your own culture Analyze the historical, socioeconomic, political, educational, and topographical aspects of this culture What are the appropriate interdisciplinary interventions…

” to be a negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be in a rage almost all the time.” James Baldwin

” to be a negro in this country and to be relatively conscious is to be in a rage almost all the time.” James Baldwin According to the netbook Life Span Development A Topical Approach by Robert S. Feldman, Researchers in the field of PSYCHONEUROIMMUNOLOGY (PNI), the study of the relationships among the brain, the immune system, and psychological factors, have found that stress produces several outcomes. Stress may lead to PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS: medical problems caused by the interaction of…

There are two major components of this assignment: First, select an organization which has dealt with significant ethical issues recently.

There are two major components of this assignment: First, select an organization which has dealt with significant ethical issues recently. Examples are listed below. This will be the foundation for your case study. To help complete your case study, you will need to conduct research on your selected organization and consider the ethical issues involved with this case. Be prepared to describe the ethical issues involved, furnish specific examples and evidence, and utilize the ethical concepts from the course to…

A life review is a phenomenon widely reported as occurring during near-death experiences, in which a person rapidly

Program Evaluation: Benefits And Concerns Of Stakeholders. milestone Dudley (2009) points out that social work practice is usually embedded in programs. While you looked at practice evaluation using single-subject design in Week 3, this week, you shift focus to program evaluation. Program evaluation serves many purposes, including accountability to funders and to the public. Often, funding sources such as government agencies or private foundations requires periodic program evaluations. These evaluations can help provide answers to many different questions, and can…

Professional Development Exercises : Read the case study presented at the end of Chapter 8 (Guido, p. 150)

Professional Development Exercises : Read the case study presented at the end of Chapter 8 (Guido, p. 150) The patient was to undergo a fundoplication surgery to repair an esophageal hernia. The procedure involves the insertion of an esoph- ageal dilator, which at this institution is performed by the anesthesia team. In this particular instance, the dilator was to be inserted by a nursing anesthesia student. The student introduced herself to the patient immediately before the procedure. She used her…

“PROPAGANDA PROJECT (100pts): Posters can include propaganda, advertisements, collages,

“PROPAGANDA PROJECT (100pts): Posters can include propaganda, advertisements, collages, large thematic maps, or schematic diagrams. Extensive artistic ability is not necessary for this project, but the project must be very neat and well organized (e.g., titles, captions, etc.). The project should demonstrate that the student has a working knowledge of the concept being presented. Include a brief typed (minimum 1 page) in commentary as part of the board or on a separate piece of paper with cover page.” “Your propaganda…

Wassmiah is a leader in a local hospital and works well in the environment. The hospital’s environment is characterized

Wassmiah is a leader in a local hospital and works well in the environment. The hospital’s environment is characterized by well-defined individual roles where each employee knows what is expected of him or her. Employee conflicts are minimized as everyone understands his or her responsibility, and the coordination of all activities leads to goal attainment. There is no duplication of work. Wassmiah encourages people to perform well and rewards positive behavior to boost productivity. Most goals Wassmiah sets are short-term,…