Achilles dragging the body of Hector behind his chariot

 Achilles dragging the body of Hector behind his chariot
Instructions:
Research paper that analysis of a specific art work (specific artwork is listed on URL) paper should begin with an introduction of the artwork that includes the title, date, medium (material from which it is made), and the museum in which it is located.
URL: 
Note: when you open the URL, click the arrow to the right (once) you will see the hydria (Water jug) with the dramatic scene of Achilles dragging the body of Hector behind his chariot (this is the vase that it is being analyzed for the paper)
In the body of the paper, you can break down the analysis into sections.
One section should be a description of the subject of the work. This logically ties into the purpose the artwork served, which should also be discussed.
The essay should include a section on style analysis for the work. Introducing other similar works to compare may help make your case if you are discussing style conventions for the period. When writing about art, it is important to describe details. This helps to guide the reader’s eye, and is essential for reinforcing your general observations.

What is ‘voluntary motherhood’ (see Gordon reading) and how this ideology shape public and medical policies about abortion and contraception in post-1880s America?

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The paper must address the questions below:
What is ‘voluntary motherhood’ (see Gordon reading) and how this ideology shape public and medical policies about abortion and contraception in post-1880s America?
And…
How did race and class complicate medical uncderstandings of abortion and contracpetion — as well as shape access to healthcare for women during this same time?
In addition, add the sources that the answers to these questions must come from
The Guidelines for paper are below.
A thought piece is a short writing assignment that thoughtfully poses and answers a question (or at most, two questions) in relation to class materials (which are the readings, as well as lectures/discussions/presentations). Ideally, it is a vehicle for students to write critically and think analytically – but in a less formal style than would be required in a thesis-driven traditional essay assignment.
• Thought pieces must address one of the subjects or themes of the class broadly defined (if you’re having trouble discerning these, look at the unit titles and sub-titles on the syllabus, or the chapter/article titles).
• Students are encouraged to focus their ideas using the course material assigned (for instance, you may quote from the texts but try not to use material from other books or sources except to introduce questions or probe ideas from those texts). **Do not go to the library or consult web sites in order to do research for your thought pieces.** The ideas should come directly from you!

Mental Health Law- Sentencing

Mental Health Law- Sentencing
What would you do if you were asked to assess a death row inmate’s mental state, in order to deliver an opinion on competency to be executed? Do you believe you can and should perform an objective assessment? What would you do if it were a requirement of your job?
What would you do if you were asked by the defense to evaluate someone prior to a capital sentencing hearing? You would be asked to identify possible mitigating factors. Would you be able to provide an unbiased assessment? What would you do if the sentencing hearing was in 2 days, and the defense attorneys are rushing you, and there is no time for them to find another psychologist? How about if you could not uncover any mitigating factors?

 

Census Assignment

Census Assignment
In this assignment you will learn to calculate a monthly census report for a health care organization.Use the Census Data Assignment Instructions to complete the monthly census report in the Excel file provided to you. Here is a key for the abbreviations in the spreadsheet file:
A/C means adults and children
Nb means newborns
Trf In means transfers in
Trf Out means transfers out
b means births

psychosis

psychosis
Video Assignment: Psychosis Scenario 3 (CONVOD #281)
Answer and submit questions asked in the video scenario
Fifty-Two Year Old Male with Abdominal Pain and Elevated Amylase, SGOT, SGPT diagnosed with Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome and Delirium Tremens.
1)What nursing diagnoses are relevant to the care of this patient? Prioritize the nursing actions that should be considered for this patient and identify the data that supports your actions.
2) What orders would you anticipate from the doctor?

Epidemiology discussion 5

Epidemiology discussion 5
Week 5 Discussion: Chapter 5
Please write a 200-300 word response to the following discussion question.  expect your response to reflect critical thought based on information from the textbook and from one additional source. Whenever possible, try to relate the discussion question to your own experiences. Be sure to appropriately cite and list your references.
Required Textbooks:
Gordis, L. (2014). Epidemiology (5th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier. ISBN: 978-1-4557-3733-8 Heymann, D.L. (Ed.) (2015). Control of Communicable Diseases Manual (20th ed.). Washington D.C.: American Public Health Association. ISBN: 978-0-8755-3018-5
Discussion Question: What is the relationship between validity and reliability? Describe a screening or diagnostic test that could be used for an epidemiological investigation and explain the importance of reliability and validity in relation to that test.

epidemiology discussion 6

epidemiology discussion 6
Week 6 Discussion: Chapter 6
Please write a 200-300 word response to the following discussion question. I expect your response to reflect critical thought based on information from the textbook and from one additional source. Whenever possible, try to relate the discussion question to your own experiences. Be sure to appropriately cite and list your references.
Required Textbooks:
Gordis, L. (2014). Epidemiology (5th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier. ISBN: 978-1-4557-3733-8 Heymann, D.L. (Ed.) (2015). Control of Communicable Diseases Manual (20th ed.). Washington D.C.: American Public Health Association. ISBN: 978-0-8755-3018-5
Discussion Question: What are life tables and what purpose do they serve? Describe a situation where a life table would be useful.

answer to question Board.

answer to question Board.
1- Summarize the differences between the provision of public health in the United States and global, international venues.
2- pick any topic in the news, related to the disaster or international humanitarian issue. and talk about.

Interview Analysis

Interview Analysis
Interview Analysis
Based on your interview notes from this week�s discussion activity, analyze the epidemiological data surrounding the health issue that your agency addresses. Compare the epidemiological data with the information provided by the agency director/representative by addressing the following points:
�How do the epidemiological data and the information provided by the agency director/representative differ? How are they similar?
�Based on the epidemiological information collected, what is the true effect that the agency is having on your community?
�Appraise the various methods that should be employed to help the agency improve its effectiveness.
�Analyze the 10 Essential Services of Public Health and how they are (or are not) wrapped into the service provided by this agency.
Epidemiological data consists of statistical information on your population obtained through primary sources, which are typically research studies or government survey information (such as those provided by the CDC or health department). Utilize the Ashford University Library and/or government websites to locate statistics that relate to your organization. For example, if you interviewed someone from an organization that focused on childhood obesity, you would locate research studies that provided statistical results for your county, region, or state to illustrate what was actually occurring in your area regarding childhood obesity. Once you have this data, compare it with the information provided by the agency director or representative that you interviewed. In some cases, you may only be able to find actual state statistics, but your organization may have provided only local data. This is okay; just make sure you note this in your paper and through critical thinking, infer how this might influence the effectiveness of your organization�s work.
Your paper should be three to four pages in length, excluding the title and reference pages, and formatted according to APA style guidelines as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center. Visit the Ashford University Library to locate a minimum of two scholarly sources that support your main ideas. Also, use surveillance information that was discussed as part of the epidemiology process.
Carefully review the Grading Rubric for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.
Use textbook: Community and Public Health by Friis, R.H., Bell, N.M., & Philibert, B. (2013)

The Realistic Moral Right to a Basic Minimum of Accessible Health Care

The Realistic Moral Right to a Basic Minimum of Accessible Health Care
Your assignment is to write a paper of no more than one page in length (and, preferably, no more than one paragraph — see below) that analyzes one specific ethical idea from the current course material. You choose the idea to write about; the point of the assignment is to reflect deeply on a topic that matters to you. If you need help selecting a topic, consult your instructor. In general, a good strategy is to write about whatever you consider to be the most important (or interesting, relevant, controversial, wrongheaded, or strange) point raised in the reading.
What exactly do you need to do?
Review the supplemental materials. Make sure you have read the assignment carefully enough to be able to make a considered judgment about your topic. Remember: Your Reflection Paper must focus on a single topic, so make sure that you have identified just one point to write about.
Review relevant Discussions. Take some good reading notes and try summarizing crucial points concisely and clearly.
Reflect on what you have uncovered, with an eye to forming your own opinion about the text and about the topic. Questions you might want to consider include:
Of the issues discussed in the text, which topics are most important to you?
How much ethical theory can you apply to your own experiences? Explain.
After applying ethical reasoning, would you view the situation differently? If yes, how so?
These reflections will provide the raw material for your Reflection Paper. Your paper should be a carefully crafted distillation and summary of your reflections. You may use up to one page, but a single, superb paragraph is preferable. Here’s one format you can try:
First: A sentence that clearly and concisely identifies your topic. Your sentence should be free of jargon (or it should explain any jargon that is absolutely necessary), and it should immediately get to the heart of the matter. Don’t start with a general introduction to your topic and then take four or five sentences to describe it — your goal is to crystallize the essence of the topic in one excellent sentence.
Concision, clarity, and focus are crucial.
Second: A sentence that explains the philosophical significance of your topic. You can explain how it fits in with the rest of this week’s assignment, how it connects up with other issues we have read about or discussed, how it has affected you or your life or why you find it important or interesting. You may spend several sentences doing each of these things if you wish, but an excellent sentence focusing on just one of them is vastly preferred to a mediocre “kitchen sink” answer.
Third: A sentence that sets out your opinion about this topic. To maintain focus and clarity, it is best to write about just one evaluative point as concisely and carefully as you can. Space may remain to raise a second point, but only do this if you are sure that the rest of your paper is just right.
Fourth: A sentence that provides the ethical reasoning that would support your opinion or stance on the issue: This sentence should clearly demonstrate your understanding of the ethical theory used (utilitarianism, virtue ethics, ethics of care or kantian ethics) to support your position.
Fifth: A statement of conclusion. Your conclusion should tie your thesis (specific issue) to your stance or opinion through the ethical reasoning to conclude an ethical position.
Leave yourself enough time to rewrite, edit, and proofread your paper. (Hint: A sufficiently clear, focused, and concise paper should “sound right” when you read it out loud, and should be reasonably clear to a friend who is not in the class.)
You can see examples of successful and unsuccessful Reflection Papers, as well as instructor comments and suggestions, in the “Guide to Writing a Successful Reflection Paper.”