Assignment #3 – Final Assignment Assessment (worth 40% of final mark)

Introduction to the assignment:

In the final assignment of the course students will develop an Industrial hygiene procedure based on a specific industry that will be assigned to them, for me it is Nursing.  The procedure will document what will be accomplished and how and will also determine the scope (what the procedure will cover or be limited to), roles and responsibilities (who will contribute to the procedure implementation), definitions to explain technical features of the procedure, and references that list legislation, industry best practices, etc.  The procedure will explain things such as the type of testing that should be conducted, where, under what circumstances, and where to send samples. 

For the purposes of this assignment occupational hygiene exposures to physical agents such as heat, cold, noise, vibration, and radiation (both ionizing & non-ionizing radiation) should be considered.  Exposures to gases, vapours, mists, aerosols, fumes, smoke, dusts, fibres, and particulates should also be reviewed.  Legislation such as Regulation 833 Control of Exposure to Chemical or Biological Substances should be reviewed, as should Material Safety Data Sheets for the substances or material under study.  

The purpose of this assignment is to help students learn how to develop an industrial hygiene procedure.  The maximum number of pages allowed for the assignment is eight, not including the Title Page, Table of Contents, and References.  Elements of the procedure should include:

  • Title page with title, author (you), date, intended recipient (me), etc. (course title & number) (1 mark)
  • Table of Contents
  • Purpose (in place of an introduction) – Provide an outline of why industrial hygiene testing is to be             conducted, what should be sampled and the permissible exposure limit for those substances or material.
  • Scope – For example, if reviewing industrial baking the scope of the procedure may cover heat stress, cold               stress, and exposure to baking products such as… areas of a facility.
  • Definitions – For example;

 8-hour TWA limit:  means the time weighted average (TWA) concentration of a substance in air which may not be exceeded over a normal 8 hour work period.

Industrial hygiene:  means the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause workers’ injury or illness.

  • Roles & Responsibilities – For example, a plant manager (VP Operations, etc.) may be responsible for allocating time & resources to accomplish tasks such as testing.  A health & safety coordinator or manager may arrange for testing or perform testing if qualified.  From research list who may be involved in performing certain tasks to complete hygiene testing.

The Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) may accompany those performing testing or review the results of testing.  Review JHSC roles in legislation from the Ontario Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA).  Communication to employees of the industrial hygiene procedure and testing that may be involved is vital so there is no confusion as to why it’s taking place (is it routine or was there an issue).  

  • Procedures – which may include;
  • The type of testing pertinent to the industry being studied & the qualifications of those involved.
  • When the testing should take place, based on ACGIH or other industry standards.
  • How often testing should take place, based on legislation, ACGIH, CCOHS, & industry best practices.
  • Where hygiene testing should typically take place within a facility, based on your research.
  • What steps should be taken to protect worker health & safety if new installations or processes are introduced, based on legislation (OHSA) or industry best practices.
  • Where exposure samples should be sent to ensure accurate results.
  • Communications & Survey Results Analysis – which may include;
  • Who to notify of test results within an organization.
  • List what should be done with test results.  What should they be compared to?
  • How long should records be retained based on legislation or best practices.
  • In the absence of legislated exposure limits list what standard should be adopted.
  • If exposure limits are exceeded list a brief overview of next steps or corrective actions.
  • References – List the source of information gathered.  Provide the title, author, publisher, edition, year of publication and city – if web site, name of the web site, the information that was accessed, the specific link in the web site and date accessed.

Research Sources:

The ACGIH, NIOSH, CCOHS, HSE, Center for Disease Control (CDC) and U.S. Department of Labor websites should be very useful to you for this assignment.  NIOSH also provides a manual of analytical methods (NMAM) that lists the methodology for carrying out hygiene testing on different of substances, in case you wish to review them. 

Use your preferred search engine and type in the industry under study and the words “Industrial hygiene exposure limits” or other similar words and see what you come up with. 

*On another note, if you copy or cut and paste any tables from websites, or copy phrases, you must indicate where they came from as per the instructions in the Bibliography.

Report format:

The assignment will be worth 40 points which represents 40% of the total grade for the course.

The 40 points will be divided into:

  • 1 point for the Title Page with title, author (you), date, intended recipient (me), etc. (course title & number) (1 mark)
  • 1 point for the Table of Contents with pages numbered in the report
  • 4 points for the Purpose of the Report
  • 3 points for the Scope of the industrial hygiene procedure
  • 4 points for the Roles & Responsibilities
  • 4 points for the References (title, author, publisher, edition, year of publication and city – if web site, name of the web site, the information that was accessed, the specific link in the web site and date accessed. 
  • 12 points for the Procedure requirements that include the testing that may be involved for compliance purposes.
  • 5 points for the communication and survey results analysis.
  • 6 points for a one – page Discussion and Recommendations section that explains if the industry is doing enough to protect worker health and/or how it can improve, based on your research.

The report should be typed, either 10 or 11 Arial or Calibri font.  If you wish you can use Arial Narrow 9 or 10 point for tables.  The report must be in Microsoft Word or Adobe Acrobat.

Please make sure your name appears in the file name.

Once the report is ready you can upload it into the Assignment section in Blackboard.

Assignment #3 Industry Allocation

Students’ List

Please find the relevant industries for assignment #3 listed below.  Students were randomly selected for the industries chosen.  Simply match up the number assigned to your name with the industry listed number.  The industries under study are numbered 1

1.Foundry or foundries

2.Metal refining

3.Industrial baking

4.Manufacturing/handling of man made mineral fibres


6.Furniture manufacturing

7.Glass products manufacturing

8.Plastics manufacturing

9.Pharma ceuticals

10.Newsprint, pulp & paper mill production



The process for developing the hygiene procedure for assignment #3 is the same for each industry. 

Please review the assignment criteria in the instructions for assignment #3 to guide your




Explain Bowlby and Ainsworth’s theories of attachment



BSc Psychology, BSc Psychology with Criminology, BSc Psychology with Sociology, BSc Psychology with Business, BSc Psychology with Marketing

PSY4030 Introduction to Psychology


Please submit via email to Dr John

Instructions to Candidates: There are 5 Short Answer Questions.You must answer ALL questions.Questions are worth 20marks each. Total marks = 100, therefore 1 mark = 1%.You are expected to write 400 words per question. Total length = 2000 words. You must provide a reference list for each question. References should be presented in APA format. The reference lists are not included in the word count.You are permitted to submit work within a total 10% margin of the word count in either direction
Materials Provided: Question Paper    


  1. Developmental: Explain Bowlby and Ainsworth’s theories of attachment.
  2. Biological: Discuss ways of measuring brain activity
  3. Social: Discuss attribution errors
  4. Cognitive: Discuss and evaluate theories of attention and perceptual load
  5. Individual Differences: Discuss suggestions for multiple intelligences.



Documentary Evidence of Reading Contemporary Society

14. Assessments

Assessment Number 001
Assessment Type (and weighting)Essay (100%)
Assessment NameDocumentary Evidence of Reading Contemporary Society
Assessment Length2500 words
Assessment Submission Date30th Sept.2020,

Learning Outcomes Assessed:

LO1:  Consider different sources of information, examining their suitability for academic study.

LO2:  Examine different types of mass media output, with consideration of views and opinions presented

LO3: Consider the ownership and structure of the mass media

LO4: Examine how people and their situation is presented and how this influences public perception and views within society

LO5:  Develop understanding of the differences between opinion and academic sources

Assessment Brief

Produce an essay of 2500 word choosing one of the five questions as the title.  Please ensure your essay meets the learning outcomes above.

  • Brexit and immigration
  • The movement of #METOO
  • Moral panic and media: Corona Virus (COVID-19), Ebola  Virus disease (EVD)
  • The state of NHS: is it in crisis
  • How social media impact your health?

Using documentary analysis from different sources around a chosen area/s to consider how particular views are presented and how this might shape public opinion on the subject, consider:

  • Do different sources agree/disagree?
  • Are they the same quality? Are they academic? Based on opinion or research?
  • Why is information on your chosen area presented in this way? Why do different forms of media present issues in this way? (Consider this in reference to questions of ownership, bias, political allegiance, power etc.)
  • How might this shape public opinion on the issue/s?
  • Considering which sources are useful and academic – Are any more academic than others? Do we have criteria for assessing this?
  • Considering which varieties of media we get news information from – Which do you think is the most reliable? Most trustworthy? Most honest?
  • Understanding the way mass media shapes understanding, perception and everyday thinking – to what degree do you think you the general population is influenced by media? To what degree do you think media influences you?
  • Are there any news sources which are not opinion based? Which ones do you think are more or less opinion based?
  • Use of language and persuasive writing techniques – what techniques do you think are used? Do any sources not use persuasion techniques to present a certain viewpoint?
  • Considering the representation of different groups in the media – can you think of any groups who tend to be portrayed positively in the media? Are there any groups who tend to be portrayed negatively?

15. General Assessment Criteria for Written Assignments

(Please note that the General Assessment Criteria will also apply. Please see section 15)

First class (70% and above):  This piece of work shows evidence of wider research with reference to a number of differing academic viewpoints. The essay has recognised relevantly and discuss in detail, all the required factors. Several reasoned and logical arguments have been developed well and supported by a wide range of appropriately researched literature. Presentation is of a high standard, and the appropriate essay style. The high number of appropriate sources has been referenced accurately to a high standard.




Learning Outcomes:

1.          Demonstrate skills in team working, presentation and active listening.

Summative Assessment Overview:

Brief description of the assessment; please also include essay question/description / case study description / portfolio description / presentation description here. 

A 10 minute presentation (30% of final grade). For the presentation you will present some of your initial literature review. You can use power point, or alternatives, to support your presentation. The presentation will cover the background literature, and the proposed research question. It will not need to cover the methodology. (10-15 slides)

Formative Assessment:

Brief description of formative assessment here. 


Learning Outcomes:

1.    Review and synthesise literature from primary sources, leading to a rationale.

2.    Demonstrate understanding of the content and structure of psychological research reports including an awareness of ethical considerations.

Summative Assessment Overview:

Brief description of the assessment; please also include essay question/description / case study description / portfolio description / presentation description here. 

A 1500 word research proposal (60% of final grade). 

The research proposal will be based on an area of psychology you and your presentation group select. This can be an area within Psychology that you are interested in. Your research proposal will allow you to demonstrate an understanding of the background literature and research, formulate a research question and propose a methodology to investigate and answer this research question. You will not be required to carry this research out but you will write the proposal as if you will.

The research proposal, although it will be written about an area you and your group selects, will be an individually written and assessed proposal. The topic is agreed on, but your proposal is your own individual work.

Information for ALL students on submission of this coursework 

•        For all Coursework must be in Arial 11 or Times New Roman font size 12.

•        Please use APA referencing convention. For support please see the Official APA 6th edition website, Official basics of APA style tutorial and Official example APA reference list.

•        Please note that your coursework must adhere to the word count given in the assessment brief. A 10% under or over allowance is given for word counts. Failure to adhere to the word count will be taken into consideration when been awarded a mark, as the work has not met the assessment brief.   

•        Materials listed in your reference list and appendices will not be included in your word count

•        Everything in your main text including quotations, citations and headings will be included in your word count.


Description of how the strategy will be executed and measured, including financing, revenue, and expense. How will you pay for the changes you recommend?

Also, don’t forget the PowerPoint presentation part just for my portion of the project. I think 4 slides will be okay. Add notes to the PowerPoint slides.  

This assignment will be submitted to Turnitin®.
Group Category
Group Name
Group 1
Case Study-Team Project Your work with Intravalley Health has been well received. In fact, you have gained a reputation for insightful analysis. Given this, the board chair has asked you to assemble a consulting team to assist another healthcare organization on whose board he also serves – and where his mother receives her routine care.The task for your team is to research and analyze the organization and develop a new organizational strategy for the Arroyo Fresco Community Health Center.   This strategy will be presented to the Arroyo Fresco board via a written report and a summarizing presentation.The Report Your report should be a brief seven to ten-page paper (excluding tile page, abstract, and reference list), which includes:·        Discussion of a new strategy, research support for the strategy, knowledge of best practices in the reorganization·        Analysis of a new organizational structure or ownership, if needed, supported by research completed along with examples of the pros and cons·        Specific goals and recommendations for the future, new and unique ideas or research supported rationale for continuing or changing current practices·        Description of how the strategy will be executed and measured, including financing, revenue, and expense. How will you pay for the changes you recommend? This is a critical part of the exercise
The Presentation (separate submission folder)You can expect to have approximately 10 minutes to present your findings to the Arroyo Fresco board of directors. The presentation can be in any format that can be viewed in a standalone mode (i.e. without internet service; the Community Health Center has a small technology budget). While PowerPoint is a popular choice, you are encouraged to use any presentation modality that can be viewed on a Microsoft operating system.·        The strategy should be formulated using the information from the case study (found in the Course Resources tab, eReadings folder) and your research, including an analysis of the results, and should take into account current concerns including health care reform, the political environment in Arizona, the state of the economy, financing, and leadership and management principles learned during this course.

I chose the part in red above to complete. (Description of how the strategy will be executed and measured, including financing, revenue, and expense. How will you pay for the changes you recommend? This is a critical part of the exercise)Also attached is the group project plan. You’ll see Oluranti written in red in my portion to complete. For further clarification please reach out to me. Thank you. 
Every week scientists discover an unexpected problem that can cause harm to the developing fetus
Please give short concise answers to the following questions:

1.	 Every week scientists discover an unexpected problem that can cause harm to the developing fetus, which includes drugs, viruses, pollutants, malnutrition, stress, and even more!  This is called a ________________.  Give an example.

2.	At one minute and then again at five minutes after birth, each of the baby’s vital signs is assigned a score, of 0, 1 or 2 which is called ____________________.

3.	Currently, in the United States, the newborn mortality rate is about _____________.

4.	According to the textbook, preconception, prenatal, or even prenuptial testing of this type is recommended and especially beneficial in these five circumstances:

5.	This concept refers to the influence of the genes that people inherit, and additionally debates the environmental influences, which begin with the health and diet of the embryo’s mother and continues lifelong, and includes family, school, community and societal experiences. This is an easy example of the need for science to consider this great puzzle of development.  This puzzle is called _______________________.  Give an example of both.

6.	This concept takes into account all phases of life, which has led to a new understanding of human development as being multidirectional, multicontextual, multicultural, multidisciplinary, and plastic is called _____________________________.

7.	This fairly recent concept is the idea that because of their genes, some people are more vulnerable than others to particular experiences.  Interestingly, this vulnerability can work in both directions: affecting people for better or for worse, depending on postconception experiences.  This concept is called ______________________.  Give an example of something you heard in childhood that still affects you today.

8.	In heredity, one allele is more influential than the other, and controls the characteristic inherited, even when there is another expression available in the other half of a pair of genes.  This is called _____________________.

9.	This particular perspective of development takes into account Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs as one of the reasons why we develop.  Further, according to the textbook, people may become thieves or even killers, unable to reach their potential, to self-actualize, if they were unsafe or unloved as children.  This perspective is called ___________________.

10.	According to the textbook, if parents do not have _________________ for their children, the danger is that the children will have long-lasting problems with intimacy and self-acceptance.

11.	Your inner drives, deep motives, and unconscious needs, rooted in childhood, are the foundation of this view of development.  It is called ____________________.

12.	Actually defined as in glass, this technique allows for fertilization to occur outside of the female body.  It is called ____________________.

13.	Often, a particular development occurs more easily (but not exclusively), at a certain time.  This is called _______________________.  Give an example.

14.	Some developmental changes, the timing of losses and gains, impairments or improvements,  are sudden and profound and must occur to ensure normal development, including the only time when an abnormality might occur.  This is called _________________________.  Give an example.

15.	 Developmentalists recognize the assumption that people unlike us are inferior.  Those who think or act differently are to be pitied, feared, or encouraged to change.  This is called ____________________________.  Give a personal example.

16.	Partly genetic and neurological, certain inherited brain chemicals make people experience sadness and disinterest in life.  These mothers smile and talk to their infants less than other mothers which, in turn, causes the infants to become less active and verbal, and often more irritable.  This situation is called ___________________________.

Implantation is far from automatic; about half of natural conceptions and an even larger proportion of in vitro conceptions never implant!   Match the percentage with the stage of prenatal development.

17. _______  31% Birth

18. _______  5% Fetal Period

19. _______ 20% Embryonic Period

20. _______ 60% Germinal Period

a.	Much more common in poor nations, this percentage of all fetuses are aborted spontaneously before age of viability

b.	Usually because of chromosomal abnormalities, spontaneous abortion occurs

c.	Only about this percentage grow and survive to become living newborn babies

d.	This percentage of zygotes do not grow or implant properly and thus do not survive

Just because
What did you find to be the most interesting information you read in these 4 chapters?

Final: Project Risk and Procurement Management

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Assessment Information/Brief 2019/2020

Module titleProject Risk and Procurement Management 
Assessment titleAssignment 2: Strategic Procurement 
Weighting within moduleThis assessment is worth 50% of the overall module mark. 
Submission deadline date and timeSee OnlineCampus 
Module Leader/Assessment set by Dr Kostas Chaldoupis 
How to submit You should submit your assessment via OnlineCampus. 
A proactive strategic procurement operation can give the organisation it represents a competitive advantage by reducing waste in the value chain. For an organisation of your choice, you are asked (a) to critically examine the Procurement function, (b) by considering 2-3 areas below investigate how the Procurement function can be improved and compensate external turbulences in the markets.    Procurement StrategyStrategic Sourcing and Outsourcinge-procurement Sustainable Procurement Supply Risk   
You will also need to take the following into account when completing your assignment: •          Quality of executive summary (does it give a brief complete summary of your paper for an executive to read?) •          Establishment of relevant theory (e.g. what do we mean by global sourcing?) •          Allocation of credit and sources used (have I included references and citations to the material I have used?) •          Clarity of argument •          Overall report presentation including spelling and grammar •          Adherence to nominated word limit (+/- 10%) •          Word processed (letter size 12, times new roman, 1.5 space), fully referenced (Harvard Referencing System) 
Assessed intended learning outcomes   On successful completion of this assessment, you will be able to:   Knowledge and Understanding Demonstrate an understanding of the importance of procurement for global organisations operating in complex market environments.Locate, synthesise and critically evaluate recent/current information from a wide range of published literature in the area of Procurement, Risk, and Contract Management.      Apply knowledge of the theory and practice of Procurement, Risk, and Contract Management to develop insights into and solve current problems.Critically evaluate the use of complex models of Procurement, Risk, and Contract Management; systematically and creatively making sound judgements based on the systematic analysis and creative synthesis of ideas. Critically and effectively assess the value of theories, concepts and models to the practice of Procurement, Risk, and Contract Management.    Demonstrate a sound understanding of the importance of risk management in the development and maintenance of sustainable procurement.   Practical, Professional or Subject Specific Skills 1. Leads by example – as high levels of self-awareness, emotional and social intelligence, empathy and compassion, and able to identify mental well-being in others. Work collaboratively enabling empowerment and delegation – acts with humility and authenticity, is credible, confident and resilient. 2. Judgement and Challenge – Takes personal accountability aligned to clear values. Demonstrates flexibility and willingness to challenge when making decisions and solving problems – instils confidence demonstrating honesty, integrity, openness, and trust. 3. Courage & Curiosity – is confident and brave, willing to innovate, seeks new ideas and looks for contingencies. Manages complexity and ambiguity, comfortable in uncertainty, and is pragmatic. 4. Valuing Difference – engaging with all, is ethical and demonstrates inclusivity, recognising diversity, championing, and enabling cultural inclusion. Empowers and motivates to inspire and support others. 5. Professional Reflects on own performance, demonstrates professional standards in relation behaviour and ongoing development. Advocates the use of good practice within and outside the organisation.   Transferable Skills and other Attributes Develop their critical skills, especially in relation to published literature in the field.Work independently and with others in analysing and presenting solutions to Project Risk and Procurement Management problems.Manage their time effectively and efficiently to meet deadlines.Locate and synthesise information from a range of published literature and electronic sources and present this effectively in both oral and written forms.Take responsibility for personal learning and continuous professional development.Communicate effectively through a variety of media to different audiences.Make decisions in complex and unpredictable situations.     
Module Aims The overall aim of the module is to allow students to develop an in-depth understanding of Procurement, Risk, and Contract Management.   More specifically, the module aims to provide students with an overview of project risk in order to maximize the probability and consequences of positive events and to minimize the probability and consequences of adverse events to project objectives. It also aims to provide students with the skills to effectively manage procurement processes in a multitude of environments.  
Word count/ duration (if applicable) The maximum word count is 3000 words (+/- 10%), excluding References.  A penalty of 10%-mark knock-off will be imposed if the assignment exceeds these limits. 
Feedback arrangements You can expect to receive feedback for your assignment via OnlineCampus. 
  Support arrangements You can obtain support for this assessment by viewing the lectures and through the dedicated discussion forum thread. askUS The University offers a range of support services for students through askUS. Good Academic Conduct and Academic Misconduct Students are expected to learn and demonstrate skills associated with good academic conduct (academic integrity). Good academic conduct includes the use of clear and correct referencing of source materials. Here is a link to where you can find out more about the skills which students require Academic Misconduct is an action which may give you an unfair advantage in your academic work. This includes plagiarism, asking someone else to write your assessment for you or taking notes into an exam. The University takes all forms of academic misconduct seriously.  You can find out how to avoid academic misconduct here   Personal Mitigating Circumstances If personal mitigating circumstances may have affected your ability to complete this assessment, you can find more information about personal mitigating circumstances procedure here.   Student Progression Administrator If you have any concerns about your studies, contact StudentCare. 
Assessment Criteria You should look at the assessment criteria to find out what we are specifically looking at during the assessment.   Marking Scheme  Criteria Marks Use of theory 30 Examples 30 Quality of argument 10 Reference to course ideas 10 Citation and References 10 Conclusions 10 
In Year Retrieval Scheme Your assessment is not eligible for in year retrieval. If you are eligible for this scheme, you will be contacted shortly after the feedback deadline. 
Reassessment If you fail your assessment, and are eligible for reassessment, you will need to resubmit in a date that will be notified to you. For students with accepted personal mitigating circumstances, this will be your replacement assessment attempt.  Students should be aware that there is no late submission period at reassessment (this includes those students who have an accepted PMC request from a previous attempt).   If a student needs to be reassessed, s/he will be given a new assignment brief with a deadline, which will be provided by the School.  
Criterion / Mark range 90-100 80-89 70-79 60-69 50-59 40-49 0-39 Overall level (indicative – not for grading) Standard comparable to journal publication Standard comparable to conference paper publication Distinctive work for Masters level Merit work for Masters level Acceptable for Masters Below Masters pass standard Significantly below Masters pass standard Scope Outstanding clarity of focus, includes what is important, and excludes irrelevant issues. Excellent clarity of focus, boundaries set with no significant omissions or unnecessary issues. Clear focus.  Very good setting of boundaries includes most of what is relevant. Clear scope and focus, with some omissions or unnecessary issues. Scope evident and satisfactory but with some omissions and unnecessary issues. Poorly scoped, with significant omissions and unnecessary issues. Little or no scope or focus evident.  Understanding of subject matter   Outstanding with critical awareness of relevance of issues. Outstanding expression of ideas. Excellent with critical awareness of relevance of issues. Excellent expression of ideas. Very good with critical awareness of relevance of issues. Outstanding expression of ideas. Good with some awareness of relevance of issues. Ideas are expressed, with some limitation. Basic with limited awareness of relevance of issues.  Limited expression of ideas. Poor with little awareness of relevance of issues Little or no understanding of subject matter is demonstrated. Literature   Comprehensive literature review. Evaluation and synthesis of source material to produce an outstanding contribution. Excellent independent secondary research. Sources are evaluated and synthesized to produce an excellent contribution. Very good independent secondary research. Sources are evaluated and synthesized to produce a very good contribution. Good secondary research to extend taught materials. Evidence of evaluation of sources, with some deficiencies in choice and synthesis. Limited secondary research to extend taught materials. Limited evaluation of sources, deficiencies in choice and synthesis. Little or no extension of taught materials.  Poor choice and synthesis of materials. Poor use of taught materials.  No synthesis. Critical analysis based on evidence Standard of critical analysis – showing questioning of sources, understanding of bias, independence of thought Excellent standard of critical analysis – excellence in questioning of sources, understanding of bias, independence of thought A very good standard of critical analysis.  Sources are questioned appropriately, and a very good understanding of bias, showing independence of thought Critical analysis with some questioning of sources, understanding of bias, independence of thought. Analysis evident but uncritical. Sources are not always questioned, with limited independence of thought. Little or no analysis. No valid analysis. Structure of argument, leading to conclusion Well structured, compelling and persuasive argument that leads to a valuable contribution to the field of study, paving the way for future work Argument has excellent structure and persuasiveness, leading to very significant insights and relevant future work. Well-structured and persuasive argument Insightful conclusion draws together key issues and possible future work. Structured and fairly convincing argument leads to conclusion that summarises key issues. Argument has some structure and development towards conclusion with limitations in summary of issues. Argument is unstructured, no recognizable conclusion. No evidence of argument or conclusion.              

Tackling Global -Local Challenges in Ethics ,Responsibility and sustainability

Critically analyse your experiential learning from the module,drawing from the concepts and learning form module
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So writer should get the four attachement if anyother questions or requirements please let me know, when writer done this, we can work on second part order 

Part 3: Drawing on the concepts and learning from the online residency: Critically analyze your experiential learning from the module (35%). Guidance:  Building on the work you have completed for parts 1 and 2,· critically analyze your own experiential learning gained within the module.  This should include reflection on how your own values and· sense making of E R S has been affected.  Drawing on Kolb’s learning circle (session 2-1 Introduction)· make sure you are clear about what will you do differently because of what you learned at the residency, and why? This should include how your new practice links with what you learned from theory / best practice within the class.  Reflect on the models you have used in your assessment and· explain how reflection on these will influence your own practice and ideas going forward make sure you support your work by including numbered· appendices of relevant completed exercises from the module. Refer to these during your report as required. Use the Marking Matrix below to help you understand how your work will be assessed.

Additional Instructions – Please read carefully Your paper must have a clear structure and must include:  Cover page·  Abstract (no more than 150 words in a single paragraph)·  Table of contents (Table of tables/figures if necessary)·  References – at Master level you must use in-text citations to support your arguments and any work· cited must appear in the References list at the end of the work. Make sure you use Harvard referencing style. You can assess the University’s referencing guide at


Read:ou are the Vice President for Network Operations of Regnat Populus Health System, comprised of three hospitals and two clinics. The system is located in “the Delta,” the most rural parts of Arkansas

Read:ou are the Vice President for Network Operations of Regnat Populus Health System, comprised of three hospitals and two clinics. The system is located in “the Delta,” the most rural parts of Arkansas.

● Lecture Week 3

● Sozio, S.G., Stratford, T.K., & Noel. C.F. (2010). Provena Covenant Medical Center v. Department of Revenue: Illinois Supreme Court Suggests New, Narrow Tests for Charity Care. JonesDay.

● CaseBriefs (n.d.). Provena Covenant Medical Center v. Department of Revenue


● NAIC Model HMO Act:

● The HMO ACT:

● CON-Certificate of Need State Laws:

● State certificate-of-need laws whether persistent attacks:
● Discussion 3.2: You are the Vice President for Network Operations of Regnat Populus Health System, comprised of three hospitals and two clinics. The system is located in “the Delta,” the most rural parts of Arkansas. You want to inform the In-House Counsel (Attorney) and the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) about the value of telehealth. Prepare a short slide presentation, not to exceed 10 slides including the title slide and references slide.



2)Also list at least one Nursing Diagnosis for the pediatric patient and one Nursing Diagnosis for the caregiver/guardian.
3) Minimum of 3 paragraphs, APA format, Cover Page, minimum of one reference within past 8 years of publish.


Student’s name

Institutional Affiliation

Bronchiolitis is an inflammation of the smallest air passages found in the lungs known as bronchioles. The respiratory syncytial virus is mostly responsible for the viral infection. The virus causes the clogging up of the breathing tubes with mucus leaving limited room for air to move in and out of a patient’s lungs. It is most common in children. However, adults can get the infection too. In most cases, the infection is managed at home or in primary care. But, severe cases are hospitalized for proper care (Assem, 2015). Proper hydration and maintaining oxygenation are recommended for infection management.

Bronchiolitis is characterized by increased mucus production, acute inflammation, chest recession, wheezing, and coughing. Early symptoms appear a few days after infection. These include fever, cough, and a runny nose. Then, the symptoms may worsen into a persistent cough, difficulty in breathing, wheezing, and high temperatures (Assem, 2015). The infection spreads through droplets in the air. So, it can be contracted the same way people get infected with flu or cold.

Bronchiolitis is diagnosed through physical examination, history of the patient, and other tests. For the physical examination, cough, mucus production, heart rate, and temperature are checked (Florin et al., 2017). These symptoms present after the viral infection in the upper respiratory systems have progressed to the lower respiratory system. The findings of the physical examination show whether the infection is mild or advanced. When the symptoms are severe other tests may be conducted such as pulse oximetry, blood tests, chest radiography, and swab. A coryzal prodrome is among the nursing diagnosis for a pediatric patient (Florin et al., 2017). Breathing difficulty is considered a nursing diagnosis for a patient’s caregiver.


Assem, H. (2015). Nursing Care of Infants and Children with Bronchiolitis. Pediatrics and       Neonatal Nursing, 2 (1), 43-49.

Florin, T., Plint, A. & Zorc, J. (2017). Viral bronchiolitis. Lancet, 389, 211-224.