Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Japanese, East Indian, Chinese, Native American and other cultures have placed their buildings on the earth within specific systems of orientation, each appropriate to its own “world view.” Find an example of “geomancy” — the system of geometrical placement and orientation of a building or group of building on its/their site — in the present day; a case where the architecture could/would not have been placed in any other configuration. The Chinese system called “Feng Shui” is a good example. How and why is the building sited/situated/placed as it is? Was the siting done with purpose or by accident? What site characteristics does it share with buildings discussed in class or the readings?
Compare and contrast formal regions to perceptual regions.
Write a compare and contrast essay on women in middle east and western countries; then vs now.
Book report on “How To Lie With Statistics” and the form for you to fill out for your journal article examination.
Firstly, read ‘How To Lie With Statistics’, here is a free on-line version –
Navigate to https://medpix.nlm.nih.gov/casebydiagnosis (Links to an external site.) and choose a case that interests you. Write a report that reviews the pathology associated with your chosen case and describes the normal anatomy and physiology. Explain the particular modality of the medical imaging used in your case’s diagnosis and point out its strengths and weaknesses in comparison to other methods and testing procedures. Discuss the prevalence of the problem and how much it costs to treat it annually.
Propose an image processing strategy to aid or replace visual evaluation of the medical image. Your strategy should consider how images are acquired in a clinical setting and must account for untrained personnel, individual variability and poor/inconsistent image quality. Discuss the potential for type I and type II errors and propose a standard procedure or calibration technique that could avoid these errors, if applicable. Finally, discuss how you might simulate the images from your case and provide training opportunities for future physicians.
Should freedom of speech be an absolute? why or why not?
Write a paper that traces the history and development of PR in the United States
Write a paper talking about everything to do with HIV. How it is started, physical effects on your body, how its spread, what it does inside your body , how it kills, how its preventable, where it came from, and etc.
Discuss two areas of difficulty you encountered or two new nursing interventions you learned this week at your clinical site. You may also choose to share one of each. Please remember to respond to two of your peers.
Each week you will be expected to provide the following information to your community practice instructor through your journal entries:
What are your upcoming week’s specific learning goals and objectives?
What is your upcoming week’s detailed schedule at your community practice experience placement?
Were there any placement items/issues that occurred this week that you feel your instructor should be aware of that are private in nature and are more appropriately shared here than in the discussion board with your classmates?
Demonstration of Proficiency
By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:
• Competency 1: Analyze the elements of a successful quality improvement initiative.
o Apply evidence-based and best-practice strategies to address a safety issue or sentinel event.
o Create a feasible, evidence-based safety improvement plan.
• Competency 2: Analyze factors that lead to patient safety risks.
o Analyze the root cause of a patient safety issue or a specific sentinel event within an organization.
• Competency 3: Identify organizational interventions to promote patient safety.
o Identify existing organizational resources that could be leveraged to improve a plan.
• Competency 5: Apply professional, scholarly, evidence-based strategies to communicate in a manner that supports safe and effective patient care.