try to use this article as one of your recourses: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2020.113459
I am against using masks….the way we do now. I want to make a change to get rid of masks with mental health clinics especially if a person is tested negative and not showing symptoms.
here is the rubric…
The change proposal should be of clinical interest to you as a nurse. For this course, you, as an individual change agent, will personally recommend a change proposal to be implemented in the clinical setting. Please discuss your change topic with your instructor to ensure that the topic can be accomplished during the course. Implementation of your change proposal could potentially be in a clinical rotation setting, a place of current employment, or a future place of employment.
Objective/Criteria for Scholarly Paper on Change
Critical Thinking—Introduction/Analysis/Command of Concept per Bloom’s Taxonomy
Introduction: Clinical Problem/Issue/Thesis Statement
What is the clinical practice problem/issue selected?
Why do you think there needed to be a change?
Explain the general idea of your change proposal.
Critical Thinking—Support and Evidence
Identify the change you want to bring about.
What issues have you seen in practice or found in research that made you select this topic for a change proposal?
How will your leadership style and gifts be used to lead the change proposal?
Is your evidence valid to support the change you are proposing?
Leadership and Management—Development
Identification of change theory for project
State one specific long-term and short-term goal
Leadership and Management—Implementation
Develop a basic timeline for your project that shows the plan for implementation.
What is the role of the change agent/s?
Critical Thinking and Clinical Reasoning—Evaluation
Suggest specific evaluation points along the way based on your implementation timeline.
Critical Self-Reflection—Personal Impact of Change Proposal
Analyze your personal assumptions and perspectives regarding your proposed change.
How did your personal perspective impact your proposal?
How was the content from this course integrated into the paper or proposal?
What perspective did you gain from formulating this proposal and doing research on this topic?
What have you learned?
Integration of Biblical Worldview
Analyze change through a biblical worldview.
Integrate Scripture appropriately.
Summarize the change proposal.
Examine the implications of the Clinical Problem/Issue/Thesis Statement.
Bring closure to the paper.
Communication (refer to the rubric in Due Dates and Grades for grading criteria related to conventions and mechanics):
Use strong, effective academic words, variety in sentence structure, and active voice.
Your paper should be presented in APA format with appropriate grammar, spelling, and organization.
Case Study Suds To Go Introduction Suds To Go specializes in providing
Suds To Go
Suds To Go specializes in providing mobile car detailing. The company travels to the customer’s home or client work site with all of the supplies to clean and detail personal or commercial vehicles. Clients can save time and gas money by not having to take their car to a car wash.
Your responsibility will be to take the information in the Business Summary section and create the deliverable documentation.
The current system is completely manual. Customers contact the sole proprietor of Suds To Go via social media messaging to book an appointment. Messages are returned within 24 hours and the customer can arrange to book an appointment for one or more vehicles to be cleaned and detailed. The maximum number of vehicles that can be booked at one time is 12 vehicles (commercial fleets of vehicles or company cars) and this will use an entire day of booking time (6 hours plus travel time) and will require 5 employees plus the owner to attend the appointment. Appointment times are typically 30 minutes for exterior wash and detail only. Interior and exterior cleans take 1 hour. There is a 50% surcharge for cleans that require the removal of stains or odours and this must be noted at the time of booking because the appointment will be booked for 1.5 hours. Vehicles can be cleaned one or two at a time. To clean one vehicle, 4 employees typically attend except as noted above for a booking of more than two vehicles.
There are three full time employees plus the owner/operator and during the months of May-September the company employs 6 part-time students who work on a rotating basis. They work out their schedule each week in a shared chat.
Customers message with their name, address, vehicle make and model and desired booking date, time and service. The owner messages back to confirm that there are no stains/odours and that the vehicle is not oversized (Suds To Go only cleans vehicles seating 8 or less passengers) and then confirms the booking and sends it out on the group chat to see who can work that day. All three full time employees are expected to be available Tuesday-Saturday from 8AM-4PM. When additional employees are needed, the first part-time employee(s) to respond on the group chat get to also attend the booking.
Suds To Go accepts mobile payments of debit only (no CC). They also accept cash. Often, the employees attending a job will receive a cash tip at the end of the job and the owner prefers to split this evenly amongst all the full time and part-time employees and not just those who worked the job where the tip was given. The owner keeps the cash in a tip envelope and divides it evenly at the monthly team meeting. It can be hard to track who receives tips when people are on vacation or miss a team meeting to take a booking. Several of the part-time employees have complained that they have missed out on tips from the tip envelope.
The owner keeps a paper list of clients names and addresses that they have visited but this is currently the only piece of documentation kept over time and the owner has no way to reach out to their customers for repeat bookings or reviews. Suds To Go does get reviews on social media however they would like to establish more of an online presence and figure out how to save their contacts more efficiently to be able to offer promotions and advertise during less busy times. It is also difficult to report on revenue and predict income because the data is all on paper.
Proposed New System
The owner has decided digitize their business by paying for a website which will integrate with social media and accept mobile payments by debit or credit card. The website needs to work on both desktop and mobile with full admin access on mobile since they are often working with only access to their phones.
The website will handle all bookings and provide daily reports on the number of bookings as well as the addresses. The owner would like the chance to optimize their routes by having a map feature built in that will calculate travel time between bookings. When booking an appointment, a customer will provide:
Their name and contact information
A credit card for a deposit (requiring integration with a payment system such as PayPal)
The make and model of each vehicle
The service they are selecting for each vehicle
Whether there are any additional “deep cleans” required to remove stains or odours.
If a client wishes to cancel their appointment or change it they should be able to do so up to 24 hours in advance by using the website. After their service, the system should send a thank you email, prompting the customer to leave a review of their experience on the website and social media platforms.
When employees access the system, they need to be able to view available appointments, volunteer to work shifts and see optimal driving routes between appointments. Employees should also be able to see their expected tip payout (which will still be cash but should be tracked in the system). The owner must be able to do all of the above plus approve bookings and enter tips which will be automatically divided and noted on employee files. The owner also needs the ability to schedule employees and vacations. The owner would also like to see monthly reports generated by the system to help them remain competitive. Some examples of desired reports are:
monthly tip payout to each employee
comparisons with previous months’ revenues
monthly reservation bookings and cancellations by type (commercial, personal)
summary of positive vs negative reviews
most frequently serviced vehicles
Your Case study is “Suds to Go”. Submit the assignment as a single word or pdf file.
Your submission must contain:
Title page with group name, team logo, student name & ID, course name and section, Instructor and title (5 marks)
Table of contents (5 marks)
Introduction using English prose. DO NOT CUT PASTE FROM ANYWHERE. In this intro overview the client business, their existing processes and what they hope to improve with this system. Conclude with a problem statement and system vision for best marks (30 marks)
Context Diagram. This diagram will show that you researched key external entities (stakeholders) and know what data is coming and going. It also shows you can scope what your system will do (20 marks)
Use Case Diagram. Provide 1 paragraph to explain how you developed the use cases and what technique you used. For the diagram, ensure you have all actors, use cases, associations and a system boundary. You can divide the diagram into subsystems if you like, but need to explain these. (30 marks)
Use case narratives. Each team must complete THREE – FOUR complex Use Case Narratives. (ie not Login screen). For the Use Case narrative, it is expected you include Name, Trigger, Description, Preconditions, Postconditions, flow of events and exceptions. You may include additional information such as scenario, actors, related use cases etc. if you see a need. Flow of events should be as swimlane or activity diagram. (40 marks)
Domain Class Diagram. Submit a single and complete Domain Class Diagram representing your system. You should show classes, attributes and relationships such as multiplicity, inheritance, aggregation, composition and associate classes. (40 marks)
Style marks for consistent formatting, proper use of English, appealing graphics, content integration, seamless flow and a summary paragraph. (10 points)
To continue our exploration of US History Since 1877, we are looking
Are masks impacting psychiatric inpatients’ treatment? try to use this article as one of your recourses: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psychres.2020.113459 I am Writing Assignment Help To continue our exploration of US History Since 1877, we are looking at American Expansion and the Progressive Era. Therefore, please listen to the audio lecture in the Link below, review the associated Lecture Slides in the PDF, and read Chapters 19 and 20 in American Horizons, and Chapters 18 and 19 in Reading American Horizons.
Please access and listen to ‘Progressive Era Part 2’
Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab – SBIO-221LS Unit-1 Lab Assignment –
Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab – SBIO-221LS
Unit-1 Lab Assignment – The Body as a Whole
You have been provided information in Human Anatomy and Physiology I Lab, Unit-1 Lab – The Body as a Whole. Using your Lab Book, reference Power-point and videos provided, study and describe levels of organization, identify organ systems and describe their functions, describe body directional terms, identify and describe body planes, cavities, and regions, identify abdominal quadrants and regions. Practice to learn and know by answering the following questions:
The Body as a Whole
1. Define the following terms: a) Anatomy and b) Physiology
2. Name the 9 levels of organization to form the human body
3. List the 11 body systems and describe their functions
4. Name the three major planes into which a tissue, organ or region of the body can be sliced into sections for study.
5. Directional terms are the working language of Anatomy. Define the following directional term and give examples.
6. Regional terms are also part of the working language of Anatomy. What are the anatomical names for the following regions of the body?
7. Name the organs or structures contained in the following body cavities:
a) Cranial cavity ________________________________
b) Vertebral cavity ______________________________
c) Thoracic cavity ________________________________
d) Mediastinum _________________________________
e) Pleural cavity _________________________________
f) Pericardial cavity _______________________________
g) Abdominal cavity ______________________________
h) Pelvic cavity __________________________________
8. Name the 4 abdominopelvic quadrants of the body
9. Name the 9 abdominal regions of the body
Diagram Labeling: The major part of the exam on Unit-1 Lab will be diagram labeling therefore, use your Lab book, power-point, and videos provided to study, learn, practice and know how to label the following diagrams/structures:
Abdominal Regions and Quadrants
SOC 201 – Aging Definition Paper The purpose of this paper is
SOC 201 – Aging Definition Paper
The purpose of this paper is for you to explore how you and others define when someone is considered old or aging.
Note: This paper requires you to interview others. Given the current pandemic, you may want to consider interviewing others using the phone, skype, or some other form of technology (but NOT via email). It would be a good idea for you to share your questions in advance with your interviewees and to take notes during your interviews.
Assignment Due Date:
This assignment opens on Saturday, September 17 at 8am and closes on Friday, September 23 at 9am.
You should submit the paper in the Canvas Modules tab, Aging Definition Paper section, the Submit Aging Definition Paper Here assignment link that will appear during this timeframe.
Assignment Directions – your paper should include the following four components:
1. Include an introduction discussing the various ways our textbook defines aging and what it means to be old (see Chapter 1). Be succinct here as you only have 3-4 pages for this whole paper and I’m more interested in what you and your interviewees have to say and how it relates to our textbook.
2. Discuss your own definition of aging/considered old and the definition of aging/considered old according to at least two other people. Choose people who are different from you and each other in socially significant ways (e.g., age, ethnicity, race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, social class, etc.). You may want to ask several questions to ascertain how you and they define these ideas. This may include, but is not limited to the following: What does the word “old” mean to you/your interviewees? What does the word “aging” bring to mind? How do you/your interviewees know when someone is old? Is chronological age (you may need to define this for your interviewees) the only factor in what makes someone old?
3. Discuss your interview findings in relation to our textbook definition by using at least three pieces of information from our textbook (be sure to include at least three in-text citations from our textbook in this section). See below for more information on how to cite using in-text citations.
4. Include a conclusion tying the entire paper together.
Your assignment must be 3-4 pages in length, typed, double-spaced, one-inch margins all around, and in Times New Roman 12-point font. Be sure to include your name at the top of the assignment. After you’ve completed the assignment, save it as a .doc file or a pdf file, and submit it. You do not need to include a title or reference page, but you do need to include in-text citations. Only our primary textbook should be utilized to define important sociologically terms and concepts. Cite relevant quotes from the textbook to validate and support your points using in-text citations in APA format. The format to cite general information from the textbook is: (Quadagno, 2021). If you are citing a particular phrase or specific information from the textbook, the format for is: (Quadagno, 2021, p. X) (X is where you insert the page number that this information can be found).
Here is a visual rubric of the paper expectations and how points earned are calculated:
Aging definition paper grading rubric expectations
Meet all 4 requirements listed above
Missing 1 of any of the 4 requirements listed above
Missing 2 of any of the 4 requirements listed above
Missing 3 or more of any of the 4 requirements listed above
No paper submitted, late submission, emailed submission, or plagiarism in the paper