Write an essay that offers a clinical explanation for Darin’s presentation by utilizing various tenets of the neuro-psychological theoretical perspective. Please use the structures of the brain, neuro-plasticity, brain development, attachment, affect regulation, and trauma. Feel free to include material from the videos and supplemental readings I have provided from the attachment to support your knowledge claim on how the brain affects behavior (specifically, Darin’s). Your reference material, should be properly cited. Spell-check; and pay attention to syntax, and grammar.
Again, I am attaching two documents. One is all the videos and readings I have gone through. The second is a power point with information about the brain. Also, please use Famer-Neuroscience and Social Work Practice. The missing link.

Human Genetic Variation: DNA fingerprinting

#- The report covers the four lab sessions and should contain the following sections:
1. Introduction: brief overview and main aim (no more than half a page). You can paraphrase the sample introduction which is loaded.
2. Methods: a brief summary of the DNA isolation methods (no more than half a page). You can the paraphrase sample method.
3. Results: Questions 1 to 5 (see below)
4. Discussion: Questions 6 to 9 (see below).
#-See the Lab Report Guidelines question and structure folder.
#- Please see the sample practical folder and make my report similar.
#- Please answer the question which is uploaded in Lab Report Guidelines question and structure folder.
#- You can paraphrase the introduction and material from sample folder.
#- you can paraphrase the answer questions 6-9 from sample folder and use it, because it can used for answering my question.
#- use Vancouver style reference.

Pre-hospital Administration of Oxygen for Chest Pain Patients

Pre-hospital Administration of Oxygen for Chest Pain Patients

I have already started with you on this topic my pro needs the The Annotated Bibliography. I will attach these help paper that you have done and the guidlines for the annotated also example. An annotated bibliography is a bibliography that gives a summary of each of the entries. The purpose of annotations is to provide the reader with a summary and an evaluation of the source. Each summary should be a concise exposition of the source’s central idea(s) and give the reader a general idea of the source’s content. The student may write on relevant topics to EMS or healthcare, as approved by the instructor. Students may NOT change topics so choose wisely. The annotated bibliography will consist of sources to be used in the research paper. Ten (10) sources will be submitted for grading. Sources include peer-reviewed journal sources, textbooks, & websites. All sources cannot be older than 5 years (Jan. 2010 to Dec. 2014 The sources are to be written in APA reference style as outlined in the APA Publication Manual, 6th edition i will order latter a order for starting the research

Your brain on movies

Read this article and respond. 1 – 2 paragraphs.
Your brain on movies
By Norman N. Holland, Ph.D.
Mar 4 2009
You might think it would be easy to see how our brains function while we are watching a movie. Just hook some viewers up to an electroencephalograph or a magnetic resonance imager (MRI) and see what happens when they watch a movie. But who ever said it would be easy?
Neuroscientists themselves make it hard by insisting on tightly focused hypotheses and predictions within narrowly controlled experimental parameters. Movies aren’t like that. Car chases, weeping lovers, affectionate dogs–a given movie might have a million, million different stimuli. Neuroscientists call these “dynamic natural scenes.” And how would you frame a hypothesis or a prediction given all these different stimuli?
Yet that’s what we’d like to know about, how we humans process natural scenes, not the artificially constrained stimuli of the laboratory. And, for a film buff like me, I’d like to know how our brains process ordinary feature films, not some film manufactured in a laboratory for experimental purposes.
What Hasson and Malach did in Israel was put the usual method of hypothesis-prediction-experiment-conclusion aside. Instead, they simply had five subjects watch the first thirty minutes of The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly, the Sergio Leone spaghetti western starring Clint Eastwood, while lying in an MRI scanner. In lieu of hypothesis and prediction, they asked, To what extent can we predict the activity of one viewer’s brain from the activity in another viewer’s brain? Intersubject correlation they call it, or ISC. In effect, they are measuring similarities in viewers’ brain activity millisecond by millisecond as they watched the movie.
What they found was, not surprisingly, that viewers’ brains behaved alike in some respects and differently in others. What was interesting was the regional differences. Viewers’ brains behaved alike (about 45% of the neocortex!) in the occipital, temporal, and parietal lobes, that is, regions involved in primary sensory perception plus some multimodal complex response functions. Specifically viewers’ brains behaved alike (high ISC) in the primary visual areas of occipital and temporal cortex, Heschl’s gyrus (auditory region), Wernicke’s area (language processing), some limbic areas (emotion), the fusiform gyrus (face recognition), and the association cortices that partially integrate primary sensory data. I’d sum that up by saying the viewers’ brains behaved alike at the level of sensory processing and simple comprehension of the plot of the film. For example, the viewers’ eye movements closely resembled one another’s. I think of this as low-level processing. No subtle film criticism here, just a plot summary. (And, if you teach movies, as I have, you know that students and ordinary viewers often have trouble agreeing about “what happened.”)

Three Society wide factors of technology

Three Society wide factors of technology

(Only substantive posts will count; no “I agree” or “What s/he said” responses.  You are expected to contribute your personal reactions, reflections, responses, comments, examples, and analyses about the assigned topic. You are also required to read and respond to your classmates’ posts. To receive full credit for discussions, you must respond to at least two other posts each week. You can, of course, respond to more)
Here the student writing( please respond sapeart to each student for example student one ….. student 2….
student 1 writing.
Health informatics deals with resources, devices and methods required to optimize the acquisition, storage, retrieval and use of information in health care and biomedicine. The adaptation of Information technology (IT) can lead to improved services. Needless to say, this is not without its pitfalls. Societal factors that could determine the extent to which IT is assimilated into health care includes;
Cost: It has been established that setting up an electronic health records (EHR) system could be expensive. It may be advisable for hospitals to adapt existing softwares based on their needs, hospitals need to be aware of the cost implication of this system. The cost of running an EHR system does not stop at the start off cost but would also include cost of training old and new staff on the use of these software, system maintenance and upgrades.
Challenges of data entry by Healthcare officers: For IT to be successfully implemented and integrated into the health care system, Healthcare officers and other stakeholders have to be able to integrate these software into their workflow. With healthcare officers presently overwhelmed with the workload, multitasking becomes very difficult. It also takes time to learn how software works and keep abreast with changes and upgrades of the software. This could hinder the assimilation of IT into health care.
Data privacy, confidentiality, and security: Hospitals are sometimes slow to adapt IT due to patient confidentiality and security, safe software that would protect patient’s data and privacy needs to be explored. For some hospitals that I have worked in they have resulted to restricting the number of persons that have access to the software or data entry which hinders service delivery (Experience outside the USA) and this does not improve the overall health system.
Despite the barriers assimilation of IT by Hospitals in the long run will reduce cost and improve health outcome

Assignment Human Genome Databases

Assignment Human Genome Databases

 this is medical genetic assignment
A)answer this Five activities will be carried out for the assignment:
You will find the requirement for each question in the folder uploaded folder
1. Locate the chromosomal map position of the gene.
2. Obtain the exon / intron structure of the gene.
3. Investigate the rare homozygous SNPs for the patient.
4. Find the other single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) within this gene.
 B)using five references include three website is found in the plane folder
5. Design PCR primers for the rare homozygous SNPs using a primer design program .
B)using five references include three website is found in the plane folderC)
D)Look for the sample and make it similar .
E) gene studies


discussion on immunisation

Topic : discussion on immunisation
Discussion of systems for monitoring immunisation programs
Program Delivery and Monitoring and aims to build on your understanding of surveillance systems for monitoring immunisation programs and the challenges of immunisation program delivery.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines have only been available globally since 2006 and are only the second vaccine to protect against cancer, after the hepatitis B vaccine. The 4-valent HPV vaccine (4vHPV) covers four human papillomavirus types. HPV types 16 and 18 are the most common causes of HPV-associated cancers, while HPV types 6 and 11 are the most common causes of genital warts. The 2-valent HPV vaccine (2vHPV) contains HPV types 16 and 18 only. Prior to the availability of the HPV vaccines, cervical cancer control in Australia included secondary prevention (screening for pre-cancerous lesions) as well as tertiary prevention (cancer treatment and palliative care). Australia has had a National Cervical Screening Program for over two decades, and has relatively low rates of cervical cancer.
HPV immunisation was added to the Australian National Immunisation Program schedule in 2007. At that time a three dose schedule of the 4-valent HPV vaccine (4vHPV) was funded for females aged 12–13 years, delivered through a school-based program. Between 2007 and 2009, a catch-up program targeting women aged 13-26 years was delivered through schools or primary care providers. In 2013, the funded program was extended to include males aged 12-13 years, with a catch-up of males 14-15 years.
By the end of 2011, HPV vaccine had been introduced into the national immunisation schedule of 40 countries, either the 4vHPV or 2vHPV vaccines. HPV vaccine program monitoring and delivery is complex and differs to the delivery and monitoring of routine childhood vaccines.
– What are some of the methods used to monitor coverage in the absence of an immunisation register?
What are the limitations of these systems?
– What are some of the challenges in delivering the HPV vaccine program in Australia? Compare the delivery of the routine HPV vaccine program to school age girls with the delivery of the catch-up program through general practice.
– What methods are being used to monitor the impact of the HPV vaccine on HPV-related disease in Australia? What systems do developing countries need to consider for program monitoring?
– Which other countries have commenced HPV immunisation programs?
The HPV chapter of the Australian Immunisation Handbook is a good starting point for your pre-reading.
Moderators may wish to steer the discussion to HPV surveillance and monitoring issues relevant to other countries such as the USA or Canada or draw on the WHO and other global partner initiatives to steer the discussion to monitoring and surveillance systems in developing countries.
Moderators may want to discuss the difficulties of surveillance of vaccine-preventable diseases and monitoring coverage in low resource countries in general.

faeces bench manual

create a faeces bench manual
To create a solution for an important problem in clinical microbiology laboratories- Faeces Bench Procedures Manual. Research microbiological methods and applications, NATA and Medicare requirements and use the results to compile and write a Procedures Manual for the faeces bench in a clinical microbiology laboratory. An additional practical session and weekly tutorials will be scheduled to support student’s research.

Front page – should include your name and student number and the name of the imaginary hospital you are writing it for. Could have a logo if you want but this is not essential.
Amendment record – Goes right at the front of the manual or could go after the contents page – no rules about this but it is essential to have this page as it is part of ISO 17025 guidelines.
This is a spread sheet which has columns for the date, the section or pages being inserted, the pages or sections being removed and a column for the person authorizing the change to sign. To design this will take some time but you are making it up so you don’t need to wait for any research materials.
Contents page – List everything you can think of that you will need to put into your manual. This will start to focus your thinking. At this point add everything you can think ( in whatever order) You then know the extent of what is require. You can add to this or change the order as you go along. ( Processing, culture, parasite detection, reporting, pathogen identification, Clostridum difficile testing, virus detection etc)
It is best to write your manual in the order that the samples would move through the lab. So obviously you don’t put identification methods before you have processed and cultured the sample.
Processing section could have subsections – for example numbering/labelling, recording on worksheet or in computer, culturing, reading, identification, reporting.
Processing or receipt of samples should also have a policy regarding acceptance or rejection of samples.
Each of these subsections could then be expanded as required. For example under culture you may have standard media to use but could have some additions under certain circumstances. Overseas travel may see a TCBS added to your media list.
Parasite detection – This again could have subsections, wet prep, concentration, permanent stained smear.

how social exclusion can impact on the health outcomes of people with a disability

Discuss how social exclusion can impact on the health outcomes of people with a disability
Correctly formatted cover page, contents page, page numbers (with the introduction on page 1, use section breaks to help, and an introduction, conclusion
And reference page. You must use the APA 6th editions
Fonts size 12, font Times New Roman
You will be required to use only credible sources of academic information
Your answer should include
– Background to the determinant including any relevant statistics and
– Evidence of how the determinant influences the physical and/or mental health and wellbeing of
The identified target group of Australians, i.e. relevant health behaviors as well as health
Outcomes- there may be multiple impacts including physical, mental and social
The impact of the determinant on physical and/or mental health may be positive and/or negative
You may not be able to discuss every aspect of the determinant and their impact on health within
The maximum word limit; therefore you may need to limit your discussion to the major aspects of
The determinant and their impact on health. For example, you may choose to limit your discussion
To the impact on either physical or mental health or to a subset of aspects or examples of the
Determinant. Your introduction is the ideal place to outline the scope of your essay
Note that the maximum word count of 1500 words is NOT to include the title page, contents page or
Reference page. In-text citations are included in the word count. Once 1500 words are reached your tutor will stop marking so please keep within this maximum. Please type the accurate word count in brackets after your conclusion