For Week 10 you will create a 3-5 minute presentation about your
For Week 10 you will create a 3-5 minute presentation about your research to present (remotely) to the class. You will also upload your power point separately on the Presentation Slides Assignment.
After you have submitted Research Paper Draft 1,
reflect on how your research is going so far: How successful have you been in finding sources?
What obstacles have you encountered?
What kinds of sources are you looking for to develop your paper further?
What are your plans for how to progress with your research?
present some aspect of your research or your paper. This is not meant to be a report of your whole paper. It is meant to be a short presentation about one aspect of your research. It may even be an aspect you are not including in your actual paper but that is related to your topic.
Your presentation grade is given for your ability to TELL the audience about your research and your topic. You will use FIVE to SEVEN slides for your presentation, and these MUST include a first slide that introduces your name, your paper’s title, and the thesis (for argumentative essays) or main topic (for informational essays) of the paper. The last slide will be the Works Cited (minimum TWO sources). The three to five slides between these two will be the content of your presentation. Your grade will also be based on your ability to meet the presentation length with meaningful content.
1. Do NOT fill your slides with print. Use key phrases with your main ideas and graphics to support them. TELL about the research and your findings. You may include pictures and charts. Edit your slides carefully for grammar and spelling.
2. Make sure your delivery style reflects clear articulation and correct grammar (to the best of your ability) at a natural speaking pace. Visual aids should be neat, clear, and relevant.
3. PRACTICE! Decide what you want to tell your audience and practice several times before recording. Time yourself. You need to introduce your thesis and main points (argumentative essay) or explain your topic (informational essay) and discuss your research sources, obstacles and plans – all in three to five minutes.
4. Speak loudly and clearly. You may have cards or notes, but do NOT read from them. Tell your audience—don’t read.
6 Literature Review Matrix Student’s Name: Institutional Affiliation: Course: NURS Professor’s Name:
If you were a policymaker in China, which of the emerging challenges identified in the film—dependence on export income, Economics Assignment Help 6
Literature Review Matrix
Due Date: 7/9/2022
Author, Title, Journal
# of Subjects
Source or Instrument
Year Data Collected
The role of women’s leadership and gender equity in leadership and health system strengthening by
Dhatt, Theobald, Buzuzi, Ros, Vong, Muraya, Molyneux, Hawkins, González-Beiras, Ronsin, Lichtenstein, Wilkins, Thompson, Davisand Jackson. Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics journal.
To examine the influence of women’s leadership and gender equity on leadership patterns in the health sector and health systems resilience.
Leadership pattern in the health sector and health systems resilience.
Women’s leadership and gender equity in healthcare leadership.
Health workers; men and women.
Literature review; quantitative analysis.
This article discusses the significance of diversity in leadership in the healthcare sector. A reader understands the benefits of having more women in leadership positions. The paper relates to my personal leadership strategic plan in that it influences me to consider having an equal number of men and women in my leadership team in future.
Managerial leadership for research use in nursing and allied health care professions: a systematic review by Wendy Gifford, Janet Squires, Douglas Angus, Lisa Ashley, Lucie Brosseau, Janet Craik, Marie-Cécile Domecq, Mary Egan, Paul Holyoke, Linda Juergensen, Lars Wallin, Liquaa Wazni & Ian Graham. Implementation Science journal.
To identify the leadership behaviors of managers that are associated with research use by clinical staff in nursing and allied health professionals.
Research use by clinical staff
Leadership behaviors of healthcare managers.
This article is relevant in developing my personal leadership strategic plan because it discusses the qualities of managers in healthcare institutions influencing positive trends among employees. I can apply this information in my future practice as a nurse leader.
Leadership mentoring in nursing research, career development and scholarly productivity: A systematic review
By Thóra Hafsteinsdóttirab
Angelivan der Zwaaga1Marieke Schuurmans. International Journal of Nursing Studies.
To review the literature investigating leadership programs and mentoring for postdoctoral nurse researchers, and the influence of leadership and mentoring on research productivity, research career development, leadership knowledge and skills, the nurses’ health and well-being, staff relationships, work culture and collaboration, salaries and postdoctoral nurses’ experiences.
Post-doctoral nurse researcher behaviors.
Leadership programs and mentoring for post-doctoral nurse researchers.
Post-doctoral students; nurse researchers.
Systematic review of literature.
This article shows the significance of positive influence from leadership and mentorship programs on nurse behaviors and outcomes. The article is useful in my personal leadership strategic plan development as it emphasizes the benefit of attending such programs to develop leadership and professional skills.
General practitioners’ views on leadership roles and challenges in primary health care: a qualitative study by
Ivan Spehar, Hege Sjøvik, Knut Ivar Karevold, Elin Olaug Rosvold and Jan Frich. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care.
To explore general practitioners’ (GPs) views on leadership roles and leadership challenges in general practice and primary health care.
General healthcare practitioners.
This article is insightful as it highlights what fellow healthcare practitioners think about leadership. It influences my personal leadership strategic plan as it shows me how leadership should look like in the perspective of other practitioners.
Dhatt, R., Theobald, S., Buzuzi, S., Ros, B., Vong, S., Muraya, K., Molyneux, S., Hawkins, K., Gonzalez-Beiras, C., Robinson, K., Lichtenstein, D., Thompson, K., Davis, K., & Jackson, C. (2017). The role of women’s leadership and gender equity in leadership and health system strengthening. Global Health, Epidemiology and Genomics, 2. https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/global-health-epidemiology-and-genomics/article/role-of-womens-leadership-and-gender-equity-in-leadership-and-health-system-strengthening/A6AEB63AFE17295E0EF9E40741A2EC5B
Gifford, W. A., Squires, J. E., Angus, D. E., Ashley, L. A., Brosseau, L., Craik, J. M., Domecq, M., Egan, M., Holyoke, P., Juergensen, L., Wallin, L., Wazni, L., & Graham, I. D. (2018). Managerial leadership for research use in nursing and allied health care professions: A systematic review. Implementation Science, 13(1), 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13012-018-0817-7
Hafsteinsdóttir, T. B., van der Zwaag, A. M., & Schuurmans, M. J. (2017). Leadership mentoring in nursing research, career development and scholarly productivity: A systematic review. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 75, 21-34. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2017.07.004
Spehar, I., Sjøvik, H., Karevold, K. I., Rosvold, E. O., & Frich, J. C. (2017). General practitioners’ views on leadership roles and challenges in primary health care: A qualitative study. Scandinavian Journal of Primary Health Care, 35(1), 105-110. https://doi.org/10.1080/02813432.2017.1288819
Select a small data set from the available public data sets (you
Select a small data set from the available public data sets (you can find a list of public data sets here http://www.teymourian.de/public-data-sets-for-data-analytic-projects/ ).
Describe a research scenario and specify a research question based on data analytic methods that we learned in class. For example, methods such as one and two sample mean tests, correlation tests, simple and multiple linear regression, ANOVA and ANCOVA, one and two-sample tests for proportions, and logistic regression are fair game. Perform your analysis, and then report your results and conclusions.
Clean up your data and randomly sample 1000 observations from it if your data set is large.
1. Describe your research scenario and question(s).
Briefly describe your research scenario. Similar to our class examples, you should first describe the overall scenario and then specify a specific research question (or questions) based on it.
2. Describe the data set.
Briefly describe the data set. Describe each variable of the data set that you plan to use in your analysis. Describe any data cleaning you have performed. If possible, provide a link to the main data set source.
3. Describe the statistical methods you plan to use.
Briefly describe the statistical methods you will be utilizing to investigate your research question(s).
4. Report your results.
Write up the results of your analysis. You should present tables and figures when relevant, and you should have a short write-up describing your results.
5. State your conclusions and discuss any limitations.
State the conclusion so that a none-statistician can understand. Discuss any potential limitations of your analysis. For example, are you suspicious that the assumptions of your test may not hold? Do you feel the analysis may have limitations for any other reasons?
Upload a write-up document.
Upload your data set. This is the data set after cleaning (a small CSV file).
Upload your R script.
Development and description of a research scenario and question(s).
Data preparation and data cleaning (when relevant).
Correctness of statistical analysis methods chosen to answer the research question.
Correctness of R code.
Quality of figures, tables, and write-up.
Correct and thoughtful discussion of conclusions and limitations.
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Using research and your creativity, prepare the following business communications deliverables: 1.
Using research and your creativity, prepare the following business communications deliverables:
1. Executive Summary
What is the situation (2 paragraphs)?
Hint: background info above; but put in your own words.
What are your communications objectives (3 objectives, 2 sentence each)?
What are your business goals (3 objectives, 2 sentence each)?
Tesla to build flying cars
Tesla is now a recognized automaker.
Company has a production center, suppliers and workers.
Has the financial capital.
Has the support of the unions.
Tesla has never built flying cars.
Failure could impact reputation.
Will have to incur considerable cost up front for design, prototyping, testing, reconfiguring assembly lines, etc.
Long-time employees who built traditional cars in fear of losing jobs if they cannot be trained in the new cars.
New cars could alleviate the congested freeways in America and the world.
Cars will provide new option for those in remote areas with no roads.
Cars use biofuel making them environmentally friendly by taking emissions out of the air.
The move will ease the need for costly infrastructure (new roads, repair, etc.) improvements by governments.
The major automakers are also developing flying cars.
People will have to be trained in “piloting” the new cars.
Who will police the skies?
Government regulation at all levels.