Lab Value pH 7.30 HCO3 18 mEq/L Urine Specific Gravity 1.010 BUN 100 mg/dL Creatinine 6.8 mg/dL K+ 5.5 mEq/L Na+ 140 mEg/L Blood Pressure 158/98 mmHg Respiratory Rate 30 breath/min 1 . List two (2) possible nursing diagnoses for this c







18 mEq/L

Urine Specific Gravity



100 mg/dL


6.8 mg/dL


5.5 mEq/L


140 mEg/L

Blood Pressure

158/98 mmHg

Respiratory Rate

30 breath/min

1 . List two (2) possible nursing diagnoses for this client.  

2 What interventions would be appropriate to include in the plan of care? Include at least two (2) with rationale.  

typing service – picture document to words document.


Please convert the attached notes and practice questions to a word document. This is not an essay. 


Jason is 11 years old and has Type 1 Diabetes. He was diagnosed with Diabetes when he was 5

years old. He is comfortable taking his “blood sugar” readings during the day. He likes to participate

in sports and is on the soccer team, which practices three times a week after school. His mother

always packs his lunch for school so he does not have to worry about eating the food in the


For this written assignment plan a day’s meal for Jason.

Include breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks.

In particular, include any snacks he may need after school to maintain a balanced diet during

soccer practice.

Also, include a brief discussion about three issues/considerations regarding nutrition,

diabetes, and children that nurses must be aware of.

English composition

Please answer the following questions in complete sentences.


  • What is APA?
  • Why is the importance of APA when writing?
  • How does APA help you become a better writer?
  • Use module APA for guidance to answer this prompt

The response must be 350-500 words in length

Kaltura Health Policy Analysis


This assignment will focus on developing a health policy analysis presentation that includes a problem statement, background, landscape, options and recommendations from the week’s readings.  The health policy analysis presentation is based upon an identified healthcare issue in one’s local community.  

Activity Learning Outcomes 

Through this assignment, the student will demonstrate the ability to:  

  1. Employ strategies to impact the development, implementation, and consequences of holistic healthcare policies using evidence-based practice principles (CO1) 
  2. Critically analyze how healthcare systems and APRN practice are organized and influenced by ethical, legal, economic and political factors (CO2) 
  3. Analyze social, historical, ethical and political contexts of healthcare policies and advanced practice leadership (CO4) 
  4. Advocate for institutional, local, national and international policies that fosters person-centered healthcare and nursing practice (CO5) 


transcript:  Hello and welcome all to this presentation on the week bore assignment, Health, Policy Analysis, culture presentation, and enter Bible six and p. I am Dr. John, the SLR. I am Course Leader PR and our Bible six and p. Full-time faculty and professor. This orientation will help you understand how to complete the assignment, to understand where the health policy analyses are. And so let’s go through the requirements for the assignment, then we’ll talk about specific. So great. In the Week Four assignment area, you will see the overview. Be researching healthcare issues that have been identified in your local community. Included, we have included many examples. They are, well, imagine yourself as a family nurse practitioner, primary care practice. You’ll notice a trending healthcare issue in your local community. You think to yourself, somebody has to do something about it. And in fact, that is you as an NP leader mirror community. Choosing a health care issue common in your local area gets you involved in the health of your community, something you will be doing as a practicing nurse practitioner. This assignment is not a patient treatment plan by the health policy analysis about that particular healthcare issue. This is very important. Other, more about the requirements, you’ll be developing a PowerPoint presentation offline. And it’ll be structuring and health policy analysis presentation that addresses the following topics, particular to your health problem. Referring to title bomb techs chapter 14 is essential. And on page 279 of that text, it goes through each parts of the health policy analysis, including the problem statement, background, landscape, options, and recommendations. These are the sections of your PowerPoint that you will be needing to fill in. Once you’ve completed the PowerPoint will you will then use culture, a software to record the presentation. A little, be a video of you presenting. Your PowerPoint is you run through the slides when of course your microphone. Greater recording resources are located in home and resources and then technology resources in the course. So let’s start by some definitions. And again, health policy analysis. He’s not a patient plan of care. So again, definitions, definition of a policy analysis. It’s an analysis that provides informed advice to a client that relates to a public policy decision. A decision included that in the course of action or inaction is framed by the clients powers and values. Let’s talk about power for a moment. The power is, does your client actually had the power to do it in value is why is it meaningful to the client? So again, on page 279 of the title, mom texts this brief definitions of all the components of a policy analysis. But now let’s take a look at a more in depth. Beginning, of course, with a problem statement and it defines the problem being addressed in the analysis, typically written in question format and maybe one or two sentences. The title bom, bom tax has multiple examples. The problem statement can be broad or narrow, but for the purposes of this assignment, statement should be much more narrow. Broad problem statements. Take a look at the big picture. Your goal for this assignment assist, help start by solving a health care issue in your local community and you will be saving the world another day. So again, I’m more of a narrow focus. It isn’t tasting to include recommendations in the problem statement, but this should be avoided. So for instance, a problem statement says, drug abuse can be solved by doing these things. You’re operating recommendations and that should be avoided. So now let’s take a look at some problem statements from students that have had in the past. So you have a better a better understanding for nurse practitioners. Decreased, rising drug abuse in the local community and promote recovery. How can mental help access achieved them? Self-score community? What action should you can take to reduce occurences of opioid abuse? What actions will help decrease the incidence of bad lesson tobacco use including beeps. And how can NPS helped to reduce opioid overdose in Camden, New Jersey? So as you read these, you’re seeing, you’re seeing this is not a treatment, but this is prevention. This is primary care prevention. As a family nurse practitioner working in an outpatient family practice, this is exactly what you will be doing, is you’ll be preventing, is it’s, it’s a much law plus expensive and certainly a lot better for your patients to prevent the problems from occurring as opposed to having happened to treat them. Then next is background, and this section provides information not an analysis of the problem, is use layout future options section is factual information that shows a complete picture of the health care issue. It also shows why the issue is important and must be addressed immediately. This section is not partisan or argumentative, that only lays out the facts. Oftentimes with statistics from reliable sources. And I wrote on the next slide, I’ve included some examples. These are very statistical. Come, they come from reliable sources within text references. You can, counties located in Michigan provides the population they are in a particular year. 1993 to 90 to 2014, obesity nutrition rates increased from 11.7%. I’ll read one more is 2628.6% of the valves and can founding world BCE. So again, this is statistical information that used to help to understand the breadth and depth of a health care issue in a local community. Now let’s talk about landscape. Landscape is often tied into the background, in, into the background. But as I’ve stated the background section, the factual information model landscape shows contexts. Contacts is shown by identifying key stakeholders and key factors that must be considered for your health care problem. Stakeholders. As you read, research your healthcare problem, you’ll start to understand who the key stakeholders are. And at some point we’ll have an exhaustive list. There is no required number of stakeholders. You will then outline their correlation to the problem. Let’s take a look at the title mom texts page to A13. And if we look at 283 at the top left, here are some examples of some key stakeholders. Perhaps a politician or are your state’s legislature or and governors. Pharmaceutical industry, health insurance industry, AARP and other elder rights groups, advocacy groups with sable, pharmacists lobby or on pharmaceutical companies and internet based pharmaceutical companies. Key stakeholders and may have a positive or negative impact on the health care issue. Let’s take a look at age 284, box 14, dash one. And you can see possible factors to include in a lanky key that faction is include political factors, social factors, economic factors, legal factors, and practical factors. Well, that’s a good area to start to understand. Once you’ve identified your problem statement, you can start taking a look at these factors and help you develop your landscape through your presentation. Once you’ve completed that, it’s time to look at the options. Now based upon the facts from the background in contexts, from the landscape, it is time to develop options. Page to 85 of the title bomb plaque shows places May 1 look for possible options. The bottom left might be for media, scholarly articles, interest group recommendations. Then take experts in the field, congressional testimony, legislation, whether it’s pastor pending and propose an agency reports. Again, the options talks about the power of the client and the value of the choir. A little bit more about that before we go on for the purpose of this assignment, Scarlatti, outside sources are especially peer-reviewed. Journal articles are required. The options that you will discuss are typically three to five, gives the client some choice of what to do about the health care problem. In this case, a client may most likely will include many of the stakeholders that you’ve discussed. Depending upon that healthcare 100 thousand and pay 286 and title bomb techs provides examples of auction criteria. We look, they’re able 14 dash two. You’ll see some sense sample option criterion. Again, it’s again going to be very particular to your healthcare issue. Now onto recommendations. Finally, this time to choose recommendations based upon the data you presented thus far. The title mom texts states to choose one. However, since you will be discussing a specific health care problem, for the purpose of the purposes of this assignment, multiple recommendations may be chosen and discuss. Again, depending upon the healthcare issue, providing pro and con lists may be appropriate, or perhaps a list of recommendations that may have a priority bless pursued this and then this after evaluating the effects of the first intervention. That concludes this assignment Orientation, please be sure to reach out to your faculty with any questions or issues that may have enjoyed assignment. It is a great primer for new graduates to get involved in the local community. Thank you. And I hope you enjoyed the this assignment. 


  1. Research healthcare issues that have been identified in your local community. Develop a power point presentation with speaker notes. You will then use the power point during your Kaltura recording. Structure a health policy analysis presentation that addresses the following topics particular to your health problem. 
    • Problem Statement 
    • Background 
    • Landscape 
    • Options 
    • Recommendations 


  1. Next, record your Kaltura presentation showing your power point and yourself speaking. Upload your power point with speaker notes AND your Kaltura presentation  into the week 4 assignment. How to use Kaltura resources are in Home/Resources/Technology Resources. 

    Posting your recording:

    • Go to the week four assignment tab and hit Submit Assignment
    • Use the Text Entry Tab. You will have the option of selecting the Kaltura icon
    • It will take you to your My Media Gallery and upload it from there.


Structure a health policy analysis presentation that addresses the following topics particular to your health problem.

  • Problem Statement
  • Background
  • Landscape
  • Options
  • Recommendations

Research healthcare issues that are present in one’s local community. 

Develop a ppt. offline that addresses the topics according to the criterion listed. 

Open forum:  This is a required, but not graded open forum. Your post should add further clarity to the assignment and content of the readings and lessons for the week. Please feel free to post questions related to content or assignments. 



This assessment requires you to visit the The Research 


You will click to play Jan Klein, RN. Work your way through the brief videos, choosing the best response as the RN assisting in research.

Upon completing the videos, you will submit a Word file that summarizes the essential elements of informed consent, special populations that require special legal and ethical research considerations, and the nurse’s role in advocating for the patient in research situations.

Your summary should be between 200-300 words. Provide a minimum of 2 references, in APA format, supporting your summary.


  • Understand the history behind the development of Human Subjects Protection guidelines
  • To identify and describe the three principles of ethical human subjects research identified in the Belmont Report
  • To identify risks associated with participation in research and appropriate protections against risks, vulnerable populations that need specific protections, and situations in which research involving humans is exempt from regulatory requirements
  • Identify the essential elements of an informed consent form
  • Describe the nurse’s role as patient advocate in research situations

Due Date: Sun, May 30 by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Standard Time (EST) of the US.

Point Value: 30


To be successful, complete the following steps in order:

STEP 1. Review the overview and objectives.

STEP 2. Click here to download the rubric

STEP 3. Complete the web based course, “The Research Clinic”, playing the role of Jan Klein, RN

STEP 4. Create a word document, summarizing the essential elements of informed consent, special populations that require special legal and ethical research considerations, and the nurse’s role in advocating for the patient in research situations. Also, provide 2 references to support your summary. Your summary should be between 200-300 words. 

Project Management Tools


proportion of women in Congress

 Research the proportion of women, African Americans, Native Americans, Hispanic Americans, Asian Americans and openly gay or lesbian members of Congress.

  1. Reflect on what these patterns say about the nature of representation.
  2. Why do some groups tend to be underrepresented in Congress?
  3. Why do you see a trend in which more women and minorities are being represented?
  4. Do you think the underrepresentation of women and minorities affect Congress’s business?
  5. How might we as a people address this situation and strive towards equal representation? Make sure to cite sources used.
  • Length: 1.5-2 pages (not including title page or references page)
  • 1-inch margins
  • Double spaced
  • 12-point Times New Roman font
  • Title page
  • References page (minimum of 2 scholarly sources in addition to textbook if cited)

Week 6 Discussion: Photography and Cinema

Please use the book

Required Resources
Read/review the following resources for this activity:

  • Textbook: Chapter 11
  • Minimum of 1 primary or scholarly source (from photographer or critic – either will count as your scholarly source requirement for discussions)

Initial Post Instructions
For the initial post, address one of the following options:

Option 1: In the 19th century, the camera was a revolutionary invention, and many artists were concerned about the effect that photographs would have on the art world.

  • Did the invention of the camera change the arts? Why or why not?
  • Choose an artistic movement that you believe was influenced by the camera and discuss how the movement was affected.
  • Include at least one example of an artist and artwork in your response.
  • Include a statement from a current photographer or critic to support your points.

Option 2: In the 21st century, the smartphone camera changed the way we use and view photography. In addition, apps and social media have changed the way we share photography.

  • How has the invention of the smartphone camera changed photography?
  • How have apps and social media changed the way we share photos? Are they positive and/or negative changes? Explain.
  • Include a statement from a current photographer or critic to support your points.

Follow-Up Post Instructions
Respond to at least one peer. Respond to one peer who chose an option different from yours. Further the dialogue by providing more information and clarification.

Writing Requirements

  • Minimum of 2 posts (1 initial & 1 follow-up)
  • Minimum of 2 sources cited (assigned readings/online lessons and an outside source)
  • APA format for in-text citations and list of references

This activity will be graded using the Discussion Grading Rubric. Please review the following link:

Course Outcomes (CO): 1, 2, 3, 4

Due Date for Initial Post: By 11:59 p.m. MT Recommended by Wednesday
Due Date for Follow-Up Posts: By 11:59 p.m. MT on Saturday

Posts must be on two separate days.

Discussion Question

 What are some of the domestic violence intervention strategies?