Team Stepps is relevant to interprofessional leadership and the health care field on which to focus your paper. The following are some potential topics to consider:
Write a 3- to 5 (page count does not include title and reference page) page paper that includes the following:
· Section 1: Introduction
· Section 2: Significance of the topic (based on literature that speaks to the relevancy of the concept selected in terms of interprofessional leadership)
· Section 3: Review of the literature related to the concept that you select (current best practices, positive or negative impact on leadership or health care organizations, etc.)
· Section 4: Application to nursing (e.g., implications or consequences for nursing leaders)
· Section 5: Conclusion
Select one of the following Organizational Behavior theories to discuss:
In your discussion, include the following:
- A short summary of the theory and what it means.
- A reference that discusses the theory.
- How this can be applied to managing people or organizations?
- Why you feel it is important to understand this theory.
Select a current, professional journal article that is at least three pages in length. You must write a critical assessment of this article for this assignment. Keep in mind, the research databases found in the CSU Online Library are a great source for quick exploration of thousands of articles.
In preparation, follow the guidelines established below:
Find an article (that is less than five years old) that pertains to the important issues leaders or consultants will face when working with various types of teams, and discuss what methods are best to use for developing better teams for the future. Be sure to annotate the author’s main points and thesis statement in your own words.
The critique should be approximately three pages in length (not counting the title and reference pages). The assignment is due at the completion of Unit VIII. Plan early to avoid missing the deadline.
Part I: Introduction
Start the critique with the following information: the author’s name, the article title, and the author’s thesis statement.
Part II: Summary
Summarize the author’s purpose and main points, providing examples for clarity of understanding the author?s intended implications. Share key topics that support the author?s focus for this article. Provide ample details to enlighten the reader as to what the article is implying for audiences who are seeking research data in regards to team building and/or the different types of teams (e.g., virtual, temporary, traditional, or innovative).
Part III: Review and Evaluate
To critically review the article, ask the following questions: What are the credentials/areas of expertise of the author? Did the author use appropriate methods to gather the evidence? Did the author use accurate evidence? Does the author’s use and interpretation of this evidence lead the reader to the same conclusion? Did the author build a logical argument? Is there other evidence that would support a counterargument? Was the author successful in making his/her point?
Part IV: Conclusion
State whether you agree with the author or not. Back up your decisions by stating your reasons. Give a general opinion of the work. Explain what you learned from reading the article and if you would recommend it to a friend/coworker.
Part V: Application
Predict some of the major challenges that teams will face in the future, and explain why the need for teamwork will remain high as it relates to the article. Identify a team-building activity that may be useful for managing teams in the future, and explain why. BSL 4060, Team Building and Leadership 4
Format your paper using APA style. Refer to the resources provided in the Student Portal. Use your own words and expressions to write the critique. Include citations and references as needed to avoid plagiarism. The paper should consist of three pages of body paragraphs, one title page, and one reference page (as the final page).
Devry GSCM326 Week 4 Discussion DQ 1 & DQ 2
TQM and Teams (graded)
Teams are something we talk about a lot when it comes to TQM. Why are teams instrumental to TQM, or are they? What kinds of teams exist in a TQM operation?
Employee Involvement (graded)
Is it always good? What key elements are necessary to keep it going? Are there different kinds of involvement?
Teamwork and Collaboration (nursing) , sociology homework help
Below you can find the instruction.you need to write paper based on the article which i will provide to you.
Here is my outline but it is necessary to follow it 100%
· Teamwork and Collaboration are the keys component in the Future nursing Core Competency
· Without it patient care fails, sentinel events occur, and the nursing profession does not strive.
Safety is one fundamental aspect that nursing should guarantee to the patient.
· Safety can be achieved only when all medical staff is working in collaboration with each other
· Collaboration is the ability to work closely
Teamwork and collaboration also determine the quality of health care services.
· Failure on one of the team members can lead to poor quality services and may put the patient’s life in danger
· Teamwork and collaboration entail working together for the sake of improving patient services
· The health care system recognizes the need for teamwork to ensure the safety of patients who seek health services.
It needs to have 2 sources.one of them is Hood, L. J. (2014). Leddy & Pepper’s conceptual bases of professional nursing (8th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.—-Chapter 4,p85,pp 101-106. Here is the link on the book. Please let me know if you able to see this. But the article is the first source.
Review the strategies for technical reading and discuss which one will make the most impact for you in future classes and for work.
Describe the technical documents you anticipate to read in your future career (or current job). Then, discuss at least two tips from this chapter that you can apply to those readings.
“Tech Writing Tips” Please respond to the following:
Evaluate all the Tech Writing Tips to determine which you feel is the most valuable to technical writers in general.
Explain which tip in particular seems the most obvious to a technical writer. Provide your reason(s). Then, speculate why it was included.
Due Week 10 and worth 100 points
Refer back to all of the assignments you have completed related to Reliable Pharmaceutical Supply. Read the following specifications and answer the questions in an eight to ten (8-10) page paper.
To process a prescription order, RPS needs to know about the patients, the nursing home, and the nursing home unit where each patient resides. Each nursing home has at least one, but possibly many, units. A patient is assigned to a specific unit. An order consists of one or more prescriptions, each for one specific drug and one specific patient. An order, therefore, consists of prescriptions for more than one patient. Careful tracking and record keeping is crucial. In addition, each patient has multiple prescriptions, and one pharmacist fills each order.
1. Based on the above information, create an entity-relationship diagram that shows the data storage requirements for the system using Visio or its open source alternative software. Add six (6) attributes to each data entity and show minimum and maximum cardinality. Note: The graphically depicted solution may not exceed one (1) page per diagram.
2. Then, create a domain model class for the same information using Visio or its open source alternative software. Include six (6) attributes for each class and show minimum and maximum multiplicity. Note: The graphically depicted solution may not exceed one (1) page per diagram.
There are several points in the order-fulfillment process at which information must be recorded in the system. Case manifests must be printed at the start of each shift. Because a prescription may take a long time to be used completely, information must be entered into the system each time a medication is sent, noting the quantity sent and which pharmacist filled the prescription for that shift.
Prescriptions contain basic information such as ID number, original date of order, drug, unit of dosage (pill, teaspoon, suppository), size of dosage, frequency of dosage, and special instructions (take with food, take before meals). There are several types of prescriptions, each with unique characteristics. Some orders are for a single, one-time-use prescription. Some orders are for a number of dosages. Some orders are for a certain time period. Information about the prescription order must be maintained. An order occurs when the nursing home phones in the needed prescriptions. Because prescriptions may last for an extended period of time, a prescription is a separate entity from the order itself. The system records which employee accepted and entered the original order.
The system has basic data about all drugs. Each drug has generic information such as name, chemical, and manufacturer. More detailed information for each type of dosage, such as the size of the pill, is also kept. A single drug may have many different sizes and types.
Information about the fulfillment of orders must also be maintained. For example, on a prescription for a number of pills, the system must keep a record of each time a pill or number of pills is dispensed. A record is maintained of which pharmacist fulfilled the order. Assume all prescriptions are dispensed only as needed for a 12-hour shift.
1. Develop an activity diagram for each use case related to entering new orders, creating case manifests, and fulfilling orders using Visio or its open source alternative software (at least three (3) total diagrams). Note: The graphically depicted solution may not exceed one (1) page per diagram.
2. Develop a system sequence diagram for each use case using Visio or its open source alternative software. Note: The graphically depicted solution may not exceed one (1) page per diagram.
3. Develop a state machine diagram for an order using Visio or its open source alternative software. Note: The graphically depicted solution may not exceed one (1) page per diagram.
CIS510 – Assignments and Rubrics
6. Design a three-layer architecture using Visio or its open source alternative software for this new system. Note: The graphically depicted solution may not exceed one (1) page per diagram.
The RPS system has users who process orders in the Reliable offices and users who place orders and monitor order information in the nursing homes.
1. Design two (2) separate menu hierarchies, one (1) for Reliable employees and one (1) for nursing home employees.
2. Write out the steps of the dialog between the user and the system for the use case Place new order for nursing home employees.
3. Review the input form you created for collecting orders from the nursing homes. Identify all of the input controls necessary to ensure the prescriptions are correct. Recommend other procedures or controls to ensure that there are no mistakes with prescriptions.
4. Create a work breakdown structure of your proposed plan. Write a memo to the senior executive team at RPS that includes a summary of the created system and three (3) recommendations for future changes / improvements to the system.
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Task 2: Culturing Microbes Lab Report
For this task, complete the Aseptic Technique and Culturing Microbes LabPaq experiment found at the web link below. Next, you will complete the microbial identification experiments listed below and write a lab report discussing the results of these experiments.
Microbial identification experiments:
• Biochemical Testing for Microbial Identification—Methyl Red, Voges-Proskauer, and Catalase LabPaq experiment using Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus epidermidis
• Biochemical Testing for Microbial Identification—Carbohydrate Fermentation LabPaq experiment using Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Staphylococcus epidermidis
• Bacterial Identification through Functional Media—Motility Testing LabPaq experiment using Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus epidermidis
Note: You will need the Staphylococcus epidermidis culture for Task 3, so do not discard it.
Your lab report should be written in complete sentences and in paragraph form. Your report should include the following sections:
• materials and methods
The information required for each section is outlined in the requirements section below.
Your submission must be your original work. No more than a combined total of 30% of the submission and no more than a 10% match to any one individual source can be directly quoted or closely paraphrased from sources, even if cited correctly. Use the Turnitin Originality Report available in Taskstream as a guide for this measure of originality.
You must use the rubric to direct the creation of your submission because it provides detailed criteria that will be used to evaluate your work. Each requirement below may be evaluated by more than one rubric aspect. The rubric aspect titles may contain hyperlinks to relevant portions of the course.
A. Write a lab report about the Aseptic Technique and Culturing Microbes LabPaq experiment and the microbial identification experiments in which you do the following:
1. Discuss the importance of using proper aseptic technique when working with microorganisms.
Note: The discussion from part A1 belongs in the introduction section of the lab report.
2. Describe how the following experiments were performed, including the organisms used, media used, the time of incubation, and any reagents that were added:
a. Biochemical Testing for Microbial Identification—Methyl Red, Voges-Proskauer, and Catalase LabPaq experiment
b. Biochemical Testing for Microbial Identification—Carbohydrate Fermentation LabPaq experiment
c. Bacterial Identification through Functional Media—Motility Testing LabPaq experiment
Note: The descriptions from parts A2a–c belong in the materials and methods section of the lab report.
3. Record your observed results for each microbial identification experiment performed on the following organisms:
a. Escherichia coli
b. Staphylococcus epidermidis
c. Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Note: The observed results from part A3a–c belong in the results section of the lab report. You may use the attached “Data Tables” to record your results to help you organize your response.
4. Interpret your observed results by explaining why the following organisms reacted the way they did in each microbial identification experiment performed:
a. Escherichia coli
b. Staphylococcus epidermidis
c. Saccharomyces cerevisiae
Note: The descriptions from part A4a–c belong in the discussion section of the lab report.
Note: Only provide interpretations for the results obtained for the tests performed on each organism. For example, Escherichia coli was not tested for carbohydrate fermentation, so a discussion of the carbohydrate fermentation of Escherichia coli would not be included.
B. Acknowledge sources, using in-text citations and references, for content that is quoted, paraphrased, or summarized.
C. Demonstrate professional communication in the content and presentation of your submission.
Review this week’s reading A Technique for Architecture and Design and select one of the points the author discusses and explain, in your own words, why it is important and relevant to translating the design specifications into the physical architecture. Provide an example of that would illustrate or justify your position.
This week’s tool is the Teaching Perspectives Inventory (TPI), a free assessment tool. If you are a trainer or an instructor, or are interested in becoming a trainer or instructor, you might find your TPI results illuminating. The TPI allows teachers to assess their own actions, intentions, and beliefs regarding teaching and learning. The TPI can help you understand what “good teaching” means to you by giving you scores on five perspectives toward teaching: transmission, apprenticeship, developmental, nurturing, and social reform. You can read more about the five teaching perspectives in an article by Pratt (2002) called Good Teaching: One Size Fits All? The article is in the eReserves section of our classroom (in the Course Resources module) and is also available through the UMUC library. However, I encourage you not to read the article until after you have taken the TPI.
To take the TPI, click on this link: http://www.teachingperspectives.com/tpi/ The site will ask for your name and email address. Note that UMUC is not a member of any of the groups currently using the TPI. You will be asked to focus on a specific group of learners and specific content. If you are not currently a trainer or instructor, think about a situation where you have had to teach someone else. Perhaps you had to train a new coworker or a new employee, or you potty-trained your child, or you taught your teenager how to drive. Once you finish the inventory, you will receive an immediate report with your scores and interpretive information.
Was your teaching perspective what you expected? Would your style be a good fit for an online environment? Why? Is it consistent with other assessments you have taken? How do you think the TPI could be useful for a T&D professional?
Pratt, D. D. (2002, Spring). Good teaching: One size fits all? In J. M. Ross-Gordon (Ed.), Contemporary viewpoints on teaching adults effectively. New Directions for Adult and Continuing Education, 98, 5-15.