COMBATING FOOD DESERTS, HOMELESSNESS, UNEMPLOYMENT, AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS

COMBATING FOOD DESERTS, HOMELESSNESS, UNEMPLOYMENT, AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE: A BENEFIT-COST ANALYSIS
Relabel and set up the document like the following, then start moving toward finishing the rest of the paper:
1.0 GENERAL INFORMATION………………………………………………………………………………..
Inroduction………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Purpose of the Cost-Benefit Analysis (purpose of your study)…………………………………….
Background of the Problems
Problems to be Solved
System Overview (Describe Organics of Chicago)……………………………………………………
Theoretical Background
Acronyms and Abbreviations (Definitions)…………………………………………………………….
2.0 ALTERNATIVES (Lit review)…………………………………………………………………………….
Current System (What is: Lit Review)…………………………………………………………………
Proposed System (What could be: Sustainability/Organics of Chicago)……………………….
[Alternative System Name]………………………………………………………………………………..
3.0 MANAGEMENT SUMMARY……………………………………………………………………………..
Assumptions and Constraints (limitations/delimitationss)…………………………………………
Methodology…………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Evaluation Criteria…………………………………………………………………………………………….
4.0 COSTS……………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Development Costs……………………………………………………………………………………………
Operational Costs………………………………………………………………………………………………
Non-Recurring Costs………………………………………………………………………………………….
Capital Investment Costs…………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Other Non-Recurring Costs……………………………………………………………………………………………….
Recurring Costs………………………………………………………………………………………………..
5.0 BENEFITS……………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Non-Recurring Benefits………………………………………………………………………………………
Cost Reduction………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Value Enhancement…………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Other
Recurring Benefits…………………………………………………………………………………………….
Non-Quantifiable Benefits…………………………………………………………………………………..
6.0 COMPARATIVE COST/BENEFIT ANALYSIS……………………………………………………….
Cost of Each Alternative Over the System Life………………………………………………………..
Non-Recurring Costs…………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Recurring Costs…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Total Cost………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
System Life Costs………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Present Value Cost…………………………………………………………………………………………………………….
Residual Value Estimate……………………………………………………………………………………………………
Adjusted Cost…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 6-2
Benefits………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6-2
Net Present Value…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6-2
Benefit/Cost Ratio…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 6-2
Payback Period…………………………………………………………………………………………………. 6-2
7.0 SUMMARY
Conclusions
Recommendations

Discussion – Consumption

Discussion – Consumption
Instruction:
Provide a factoid which you MUST use in order to relate to the reading uploaded here (***the article of ‘DeLong Cornucopia’, ‘jhally’ OR ‘roseberry’ MUST be used as the one and main source/reference***) in this response paper (approximately 280 words).
Also, please add/address at least TWO quotes with (author last name and page number) from the particular reading I provided above in this response paper as well.
Factoid:
About half of the wheat grown in the United States is used domestically. Of the wheat consumed in the United States, over 70% is used for food products, about 22% is used for animal feed and residuals, and the remainder is used for seed. Wheat is classified by time of year planted, hardness, and color (e.g. Hard Red Winter (HRW)). Washington wheat farmers grow five classes of wheat: soft white, hard red winter, hard red spring, hard white and durum. Every class of wheat has different end-use characteristics. The protein content, bran coat color, milling and baking qualities all determine the most suitable end uses for each type of wheat. Soft white wheat, for example, finds ideal uses in pastries, pancakes cookies, crackers, flat breads and cereals, while durum wheat is the hardest of all wheats, has a yellow endosperm, high protein, and high gluten strength, which makes it ideal for pasta.
NOTE:
***The article of ‘DeLong Cornucopia’, ‘jhally’ OR ‘roseberry’ MUST be used as the one and main source/reference in this response paper.***

FOOD & MANKIND

FOOD & MANKIND
General Instruction: Recall your individual usual food intake each day for months now: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner. List down your intakes by column into Food Groups, Food, and together with the Nutrients. You can submit your assignment in a handwriting or computer print out. This assignment is good for fifteen (15) marks.
Course Outcome: Upon successful completion of this assignment, the student will be able to:
Recognize different terms and concepts used in nutrition and food and
Relate nutrition facts to everyday life and long term health.
Answer the following questions;
Why Nutrition Matters For You.
The Nutrition Facts Label.

Project proposal for Clinical Incident Debriefing in the Emergency Department Setting

Project proposal for Clinical Incident Debriefing in the Emergency Department Setting
Proposal task description .
Students will develop a proposal for a practice development project. In the proposal the student will present a systematic plan for a practice development project that incorporates the aims, processes and feedback mechanisms that would be relevant to the project and consistent with PD principles. The student will also outline the key role of a clinical leader in this practice development plan. Each aspect of the plan will be justified. The proposal may (indeed should) employ headings (e.g. Background, Issue/Focus of Practice Change, Strategies to be employed etc etc)
Assessment Criteria:
1.Critically evaluate the relationships among and between clinical leadership, workplace culture, personal empowerment and practice change.
2.Distinguish between practice development-based and systems-based organisational change.
3.Discuss the concept of professional learning in a practice development framework.
4.Reflect on and research alternatives to current practice to facilitate effective decision-making for healthcare clients.
5.Design a context-specific proposal for change using the principles of practice development.
develop a proposal for the PD project on implementing a post incident debrief in the emergency department to cover things such as traumas, resuscitation, and other emergency events that looks at a recap of what happened, what went well, where improvements could be made, and education that needs to occur in skills, knowledge or equipment availability, teamwork, policy changes etc that could improve patient outcomes and the work environment of the staff

Discussion board

Reference at least one article or resource that will further the discussion for leadership theory and moving in and out of leading, managing, and following roles. How do behaviors that reflect leading, managing, and following enhance each other? Include a personal observation from past nursing experience with in a context of patient care.

HIGHER CALCIUM INTAKES EXACERBATE MAGNESIUM DEFICIENCY IN RATS FED AN INADEQUATE MAGNESIUM DIET -Essay

Order Description

I need a 4 pages that INCLUDE discussion, future directions and a conclusion. I will attach everything that you will need for this part. I attached the summary protocol that my supervisor gave me. I also attached abstract, intro,methods and results. Please explain each graph and explain how each biofactor (serum, femur and urine) differs between magnesium and calcium. My prof also recommended that I write the same way as this paper http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0946672X12000624

PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH SIMILAR OR RELATED INSTRUCTIONS NOW

Antioxidant supplements in sports nutrition-Essay

Order Description

Topics required in completed project: 1. Name of the sports nutrition supplement (I chose antioxidants)and its intended use as an ergogenic aid. 2. Effectiveness for sports performance (this should be your primary emphasis).  You do not need to debate if the supplement works as you will have selected a supplement that has been shown to be safe and effective. You should provide evidence from research studies that support the use of the supplement.  A detailed discussion of the scientific principles related to the use as an ergogenic aid must be included. You should include related physiology or biochemistry associated with your supplement. Make sure we understand how this supplement works and why a supplement may be better than any related food recommendation. 3. An overview of studies that contribute additional knowledge on the topic beyond the currently available position statements or textbook. The student should consider the textbook discussion of ?cumulative results and consensus? when considering the content of these articles. Students should comment on sport-specific recommendations (does it work in some sports, but not others?), along with gender or age differences between studies. 4. Protocols used in the studies (dosage, timing, and form of supplement (i.e., injection, capsules, powder). Based on these protocols, state the current recommendation on how to effectively take this supplement (dosage, timing, form). A table comparing each study?s protocol is highly recommended. 5. Safety concerns related to the use or misuse of the sports nutrition supplement, including potential side effects that were noted in the studies. 6. Legality (consider banned substances) per each of the following: IHSA, NCAA, and the IOC. 7. Provide at least two examples of brands that meet criteria for purity (i.e., third party approval such as NSF or Informed Choice) and cost for one month use.  Each student will search for a minimum of eight recent papers from peer-reviewed journals (no older than 2007) related to effectiveness and safety of the product specific to sports performance. The ADA/ACSM and ISSN position papers, and the Dunford textbook should be used as references in addition to the eight required journal articles. Websites, blogs, interviews and Wikipedia-type sources are not to be used as sources for the main content of the project. Allowed use of website is noted below.** Papers must be on human adult athletes, and be specific to sports performance. Ideally the papers should be randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled, crossover studies, but papers on ?field studies? or a meta-analysis paper are acceptable if they support the mission of the final paper. Students should first read the full paper/article to assure it meets these project objectives and is focused on the scientific concept of the topic. For each paper/article, the student should submit a pdf file of the article to the D2L Dropbox and a detailed summary of the article content (related to items 2-7 above) to be used to write the final paper. The summary is not to be a critique of the study, but rather focused on the protocols and results. A minimum of five bullet point paragraphs per article review is required.  For each paper selected for inclusion in the project, the appropriate full citation in APA format must be included in summaries and final paper, as well as on a works cited page on the final paper.  **For legality, brands and cost information the student may need to visit commercial websites as this information would not be included in a peer-reviewed journal article. This information should be included initially in outline form and eventually in the final paper.
Final paper was submitted on time.  Typed, double spaced with minimum 1 inch margins, stapled.  Page numbers included on all pages.  Reference page complete; in correct format.  No spelling or grammatical errors.  Paper included an introduction, all seven required topics based on 8 articles, 2 position papers and textbook (minimum 6 pages of content), and a conclusion.  Student demonstrated excellent depth of understanding of science-based principles, as well as practical use of the supplement.

PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH SIMILAR OR RELATED INSTRUCTIONS NOW

Employability Exercise -Essay

Order Description

Employability Exercise

Students throughout their time at University should have been planning for their future careers following graduation. You have been encouraged to prepare a portfolio of evidence which demonstrates that you have developed a variety of skills, which is a useful exercise in preparing for job applications and interviews. You have been encouraged and provided with materials to complete this since the first year with sessions on CV preparation, completing application forms and preparing for job interviews. You have also completed and had feedback on a job application. You should have attended a careers workshop and lecture in the final year which you were asked to reflect on. This should all go into your portfolio which should be regularly updated during the course of your final year.
For this particular coursework students are to produce an account of 500 words summarising the development of their skills and competencies during their course at Coventry. You should use the portfolio of evidence as a reference to give examples where you can demonstrate that these skills have been addressed, reflected on and developed.
The account will be marked by your project supervisor who you will have got to know well, perhaps better than other members of staff and who you will be able to talk to about your account. It is likely that your project supervisor will be providing you with references for future applications or during your final year of study. It will be marked on a pass/fail basis dependant on whether you have covered the requirements below, whether your supervisor is convinced that you have been developing your portfolio and whether you have adequately reflected, giving evidence to back up your summary. We will not assess the portfolio itself but you can show it to your supervisor as evidence that it has been developed. You should continue to add to it in the future.
Your account will only be 500 words which is very short. It will therefore need to be a very concise summary based on notes you have made throughout the year as you put your portfolio together.
For your coursework you do not need to address all the aspects below but should consider several of them when you are providing specific examples in your account. You should certainly consider all of these for your portfolio as in interviews you could be asked about any of these aspects AND be asked to give specific examples which demonstrate these skills.

• Willingness to learn
• Team work
• Enthusiasm
• Motivation
• Initiative
• Leadership
• Commitment
• Interpersonal skills
• IT Skills
• Problem solving ability
• Organisational skills
It is likely that your project will be used as an example for this assignment but it does not have to be. For your project you will have been required to be independent, resourceful and organised in order to successfully complete it. However, you should also include other aspects of your study and in particular how these have developed over three years. You should also think about (reflect on) extra-curricular activities such as membership of clubs and societies, voluntary work, employment experience and relationships with staff and peers to inform your overall development. Employers are interested not only in your academic success and abilities but who you are as a person and whether you will fit into the working environment, and whether you will be an asset to the company or institution.
Your 500 words reflective account should be structured as follows.
For your account you need to choose two examples of skills that you recognise as 1) having developed significantly and 2) that still require improvement. You will need specific examples of evidence demonstrating how they have either been successfully developed, or require attention, e.g. pieces of coursework, seminars, your project, class discussion, etc.
1) You need to choose one example of a skill which you have successfully developed during your time at Coventry. You then need to reflect on this skill, how good it was when you arrived at Coventry and why, when and how it has improved. Include the examples of evidence your have collected to illustrate this.
2) You then need to choose a second skill which may not have been developed as much as you like. Again illustrate this with evidence and end with a strategy of how you are going to improve it.
3) You then need to finish with a summary and an action plan for the future, your career goals and how you are going to achieve these goals. This should include a couple of sentences on your thoughts following the final year careers lecture and workshop.
4) You need to attend a brief one to one (pre-arranged) meeting with your project supervisor before the end of the second semester to discuss your future plans. At this meeting you need to take along your portfolio and include this in the discussion.

PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH SIMILAR OR RELATED INSTRUCTIONS NOW

Vitamin D supplementation practices during pregnancy and infancy among a sample of Muslim women in Ireland and Saudi Arabia

Order Description

1-Brief introduction (just mention what this chapter about 3-4 lines)
2-The method of the study (briefly about 5-6 lines)
3-Limitation of the study (also briefly) in this part you can mention like: 1- in this study, it negated in measuring the vitamin D serum level of the mothers and infants. As a result deeply further research is required on this area in order to improve the initiation rates of giving vitamin D to newborn and mothers during pregnancy. 2- in Ireland Muslim mothers were just recruitments from the ICCI (it has a mosque and childcare too) and its place where the researcher could found many Muslim mothers, whereas in Saudi (its Muslim community so it’s easy to find Muslim anywhere) Muslim mothers were recruitments from hospitals and because of knowing people who work at these hospitals made it easy for the researcher to recruit the mothers from there. 3- There are some self reported questions. (of course you are going at add another points, these points just to give you an idea about the study’s problems during implementation)
4-Feeding and weaning practices in each group and highlight the key differences between the two groups.
5-Highlight the vitamin D results’ it’s all about vitamin D’ like (behavior-nutrient practices- dietary intake of vitamin D- supplements consumption and factors associated with vitamin d status like time of the day, climate, culture, sunscreen, lack exposure of the sun and skin color) and how this differ from the guidelines and recommendations. Like are my findings in agreement with my literature, include unusual findings “the result that did not expect to be significant but it was.
6-Highlight the key results that will have an impact on health (mother and baby).
7-Recommendations for Muslim mothers and health professionals.
8-Recommendations for further research (how can future researches improve on my study and what is not clear in my study that could be addressed later).
9-Conclusion

PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH SIMILAR OR RELATED INSTRUCTIONS NOW.