Identify the key threats (e.g., internal, external, intentional, and unintentional, etc.) to the security of health care information.

HSA315 WEEK 6 DISCUSSION QUESTION
“Securing Health Care Information Systems” Please respond to the following:
From the e-Activity, give your opinion as to whether or not the new procedures that the hospital implemented efficiently resolve the issues in this case. Next, suggest an aIDitional procedure that the hospital could utilize in order to secure patient privacy regarding medical condition and treatment plan. Justify your response.

Identify the key threats (e.g., internal, external, intentional, and unintentional, etc.) to the security of health care information. Select the single most significant threat, and suggest one (1) way to minimize the threat that you have chosen. Provide a rationale to support your suggestion.
BUS309 WEEK 6 DISCUSSION QUESTION

Poverty and Pollution
Read Case 7.2: Poverty and Pollution, located on page 267 in your textbook. Next, predict the effects of pollution permits on poor, less-developed areas like Brazil’s “valley of death”. Assess the effectiveness of incentive programs on manufacturers in less-developed areas. Based on your assessment, pin an argument in support of either pollution permits or incentive programs.
ENG115 WEEK 6 DISCUSSION QUESTION

Writing and You
Take a moment to reflect on how far you’ve come and what you will continue to focus on.
What have you learned from John Pollack? Is it helpful to hear his perspective?
What part of writing do you need more help with, and which are you most comfortable with?
Your Mindset – Share an example of how you’ve used critical thinking in this class.
Optional: Post a question or a piece of your paper that you need help with.
Reply

How do people become aIDicted to painkillers?

Health Psychology Unit 3 Assignment

Watch the brief video clip about prescription painkiller use in the United States, then answer the following in a minimum of one page.

  • Summarize the video and the various perspectives presented.
  • Why is prescription painkiller use such a problem?
  • How do people become aIDicted to painkillers?
  • Can prescription painkillers be taken safely, without a substance use disorder developing? If so, how?

VIDEO: BBC. (n.d.) U.S. painkiller aIDiction ‘epidemic’. Retrieved from: http://on.aol.com/video/us-painkiller-aIDiction-epidemic-517362728.

http://on.aol.com/video/us-painkiller-aIDiction-epidemic-517362728

Marketing Communications campaigns to raise awareness

 

You are a new business team in Bright Sparks the innovative marketing communications consultancy. You specialise
in developing high impact yet economical marketing communications programmes for small charities.

Your client is Richard House Children’s Hospice, a charity based in Newham, East London who care and support
life-limited children and children with complex healthcare conditions and their families. They accompany them
during the child or young person’s journey, creating positive experiences along the way that become good memories
for the future.

Research the market for charitable fundraising in the UK, in particular childrens’ health related charities
€¢ Come up with your proposals for, branding, logo and other items of visual identity.
€¢ Develop the USPs and key messages for the market and chosen audiences
€¢ Develop a fully integrated Marketing Communications Plan including timelines and activities
€¢ Develop samples of proposed advertising copy and audio visual materials
€¢ Develop instruments and metrics for measuring brand awareness

 

The self-care of nurses and the influence this has on their individual patient care.

Order Description

a. Introductory section
-what is the paper about (purpose)
-what is the problem or issue? (problem/issue statement)
-why is it an important problem or issue in nursing education (or staff nurse or patient education)? (History & significance)
-what terms are essential to know? (operational definitions
b. Review of related Literature section
-what is known or needs to be known according to relevant professional organizations?
-what information from descriptive and research literature, books and personal communication supports what is known or needs to be known about the topic?
-what cultural, ethical, legal, demographic issues are related to the problem or issue?
-what theories are important in further understanding the problem issue?
-what will happen if it is not aIDressed?
c. Translation to Practice Section
-propose solutions or ideas to aIDress the problem or issue in terms of what the education should look like (proposed curriculum or course or module or patient learning materials as appropriate). Detail that your proposed methods are grounded in the literature and best practices.
-include tables or figures as appropriate to demonstrate the logic of your solution or ideas.
-discuss effective teaching/learning strategies that will facilitate learning outcomes.
-What types of assessment and evaluation measures need to be put in place and when should the measures be performed?
d. Faculty or Nurse Development Section
-what do nurse educators need to learn in order to aIDress the topic?
-what resources (including technologies) are needed in order to aIDress the topic?
e. Conclusion Section
-provide a concise summary of all the sections of the paper
-reflect on how the process will inform your nursing practice

Examine how each of the 4Ps of the marketing mix—price, product, promotion, and place—was aIDressed in each campaign.

Social marketing uses traditional marketing concepts to change health behavior, with the ultimate outcome of a healthier population. Social marketing campaigns have been used to raise awareness of risk and risk behaviors, to promote the adoption of healthy behaviors, and to encourage cessation of unhealthy behaviors. In this assignment, you will be analyzing social marketing campaigns.

For this assignment, select two social marketing campaigns that have been conducted on the same health issue. Be sure to select social marketing campaigns or health issues different from those you used in previous discussion questions, assignments, or the final project.

Using the Internet, write a 3–5-page paper that aIDresses the following:

  • Evaluate both campaigns discussing their strengths and weaknesses.
  • Examine how each of the 4Ps of the marketing mix—price, product, promotion, and place—was aIDressed in each campaign.
  • Compare and contrast the campaigns in terms of the definitions of social marketing provided in the readings.
  • Examine the outcomes or objectives for each campaign.
  • Describe the intervention strategies for each campaign.
  • Conclude the paper with your recommendation for the most effective campaign, giving a brief justification.

Note: Be sure to use at least 5 credible resource

Conflict and Compromise: Catholic and Public hospital partnerships

Conflict and Compromise: Catholic and Public hospital partnerships

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1. What were the major points that made PN the effective method of choice (relative to other options) for your chosen case study?
In the above case principled negotiation was the most effective method that could be used to bring a compromise in the situation. This is because the situation involves the hard stance of the Catholic Church. Catholic Church is known to take hard stances on matters regarding reproductive issues. Abortion, use of contraceptives, and sterilization have been viewed and categorized by the Church as morally wrong and thus the Church has the responsibility of teaching and instilling morals to the community. Therefore, the Church could not agree that Seton, which is an establishment under the Catholic Church top, continue engaging in these services. Principled negotiation is used in situations where both parties need to make sacrifices and compromises in order to achieve desired outcomes (Wall, 2010).
As Faure (2003) explains in his book, principled or collaborative negotiation is largely successive in situations where people need to be separated from the problem. The daughters of charity, who are the founders of the Seton hospital, believe that their call is to serve the poor and the oppressed. The daughters of charity believed that closing down Bracken Ridge Hospital would present more evil as the poor and the oppressed would not be reached. In aIDition, Seton knew that in order to survive in the hospital industry, the partnership between the two hospitals was vital. This is because the Columbia HCA group would soon take over and become the major player in the hospital industry. The concern of the daughters of charity was the fact that the poor and oppressed would not afford health services as the group was profit making (Wall, 2010).
One of the principles of collaborative negotiation is the ability to focus on the interests of the conflicting parties, so as to establish the reasons behind the conflict. Both the Catholic Church and the Seton Hospital serve the same purpose of making people’s life easier and better. Signing the agreement between the two hospitals served to create a division between the daughters of charity, Seton leadership, and Bishop Mc Cathy on one hand, and Vatican on another (Wall, 2010). This situation clearly showed a misunderstanding between these two groups, all of whom main agenda is one: that of enabling people live better lives. This misunderstanding was brought about by the fact that Seton had to adhere to catholic directive on health care services, which banned the direct involvement in reproductive services. On the other hand, the Bracken Ridge Hospital maintained that in order to continue serving the community, which included an increasing number of secularists for the reproductive services to continue.
In this situation, both parties needed to come up with different options that would enable Seton Hospital to continue operating without the Catholic Church feeling that Seton is promoting activities contrary to the view of the church. The situation, which was already worsened by the fact that other Catholic institutions had followed suit and established mergers and business relations with non-Catholic institutions and thereby the solution to this case, which serve to give a guide on how the Catholic Church wanted to be viewed in respect to offering productive health services (Faure, 2003). In aIDition, the articles hitting the newspaper gave a bad reputation to the church and served to demoralize Bishop McCarthy and others since it had portrayed them as misrepresenting the situation on the ground to the Vatican. Similarly, if Vatican determined that Seton did not conform to its moral teaching, it would withdraw its sponsorship to them, forcing the hospital to close down, a situation, which would see its founders unable to meet their mission of assisting the poor and the oppressed (King, 2006).
The source of conflict by these parties was the carrying out of banned reproductive health procedures in Catholic facilities. Through the use of principled negotiation the two parties were able to reach a compromise where productive health services would continue to be offered but not by the employees of Seton, but by city employees. This would see the Catholic Church continue the sponsorship program to Seton hospital while the daughters of charity were left to continue with their mission to the people (Wall, 2010).
2. Can this approach be emulated in and to other environments? Present an example.
Principled negation, also commonly referred to as negotiations on merit, is not focused on winning or losing but rather on the merit of the processes of negotiation, which enables everyone to walk away as a winner. This is because people feel they have been given a voice in the process of problem solving. Principled negation more often seeks a compromise, which works towards establishing partial satisfaction to all the parties (King, 2006). Although collaborative negotiations have been popularly used in the medical fields, other environments can successfully enumerate it. The major advantages of using principled negotiation include the ability to strengthen partnerships through aIDressing the conflicts. When the parties perceive that through the negotiation they emerge all winners, there is a higher possibility of strengthening their relationships and avoiding future conflicts. The core concerns that have been identified as people’s motivators include: status, appreciation, autonomy, and role.
Originally, perceived negotiation was used in psychology and in the medical fields, but from its advantages it has been successfully used in different environments. One of the many environments that it is used today is in the business world, especially on conflicts between business deals. When carrying out different business deals there are numerous conflicts between the suppliers and purchasers, which usually originate from misunderstanding of the contracts that both parties sign (Faure, 2003).
Collaborative negotiations have successfully been used to resolve these kinds of conflicts by establishing a compromise, which aims to leave both parties satisfied and to avoid any chance that a party will benefit from the mistake of others. Similarly, perceived negotiations have been widely used to offer long lasting solutions in political scenarios. In political situations, the conflicting parties take up hard stances that require the intervention of a mediator to assist in seeking for a compromise between the conflicting parties. For instance, post election violence emanating from botched elections has been solved through collaborative negotiation where leaders agree to form grand coalition governments. According to Faure, (2003), although this process is involving and long, it has successfully been used to achieve peace where all the parties win. However, the solutions presented by collaborative negotiation are not optimal but have been regarded as very practical in most cases.

References
Wall, B. M. (2010). Conflict and Compromise: Catholic and Public Hospital Partnerships. Nursing History Review. 18: p 100-117
King, T. (2006). Working with families in palliative care: one size does not fit all. Journal of Pall Medicine. 9 (3): p.704-715.
Faure, G. O. (2003). How people negotiate: Resolving disputes in different cultures. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.