This assignment requires that you establish a project timeline for seeking accreditation for your agency. Prior to starting your project, you will want to review available accreditation options such as the Commission on Accreditation of Medical Transport Systems (CAMTS), the Commission on Accreditation of Ambulance Services (CAAS), or the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP). If there is another type of accreditation that would be more appropriate for your specific agency, you may use that as well. E-mail your instructor for approval.
You will be making the timeline and presenting it at your next management meeting. You may create a video or podcast format in which you cover the issues listed below.
Explain the purpose of the accreditation.
Detail the steps that should be followed when your agency begins pursuing accreditation. The article “The Case for CAAS,” which is one of your reading assignments in this unit, contains an example of the steps that would be followed. Make sure that you adapt those steps to reflect what you would do for the accreditation option that you have chosen instead of just basing it on CAAS.
Identify any barriers to success regarding accreditation that your agency may experience and how they might be handled.
Your video or podcast must be no less than 3 minutes and no more than 5 minutes. Before beginning to record your video or podcast, create a written transcriipt of it that is at least one page in length in a Word document. Your transcriipt should utilize a minimum of two outside sources. Adhere to APA Style when creating citations and references for this assignment. APA formatting, however, is not necessary.
In order to write a successful proposal essay, it is imperative that you carefully consider an issue for which you will offer a solution. This can be a problem on campus or even within the community from which you originate. Whatever you choose to focus on, make sure that it is not a broad issue that would require more expertise than you may offer in order to solve. Consider who your audience will be for this task. Who are the officials in position to make the changes you will suggest? Make sure that the tone of your essay is suitable for your particular audience.
You will need substantial research in order to complete your proposal. You will likely need sources to back up the validity of the issue, as well as information to prove that your suggestions for change are not randomly chosen. The sources you choose for support must be suitable for an academic setting. You are required to cite sources using appropriate MLA or APA format throughout your essay.
The proposal essay will include:
1. A claim that
proposes specific action, whether a change of practice or policy, to resolve a problem or need, and
is suitable for your audience.
2. Evidence and reasons that
show clearly the problem and its significance,
clearly relate the proposal claim to the problem or need, and
show that the proposal will work and resolve the problem or need.
3. A consideration of
other proposals, and/or
possible rebuttals to your proposal.
Reading Response 200-300 words.
Reading the texts for this week (“Theses on Feuerbach,” “From German Ideology,” and “From The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte”), what strikes you about Marx’s vision of history? Is it the kind of history you are used to reading? What passage from the week’s reading stood out most to you? Why?
Excel VBA Project
Writing Assignment Help This is an Excel VBA Project.
What need to be delivered is the VBA Algorithm (60%) And the Report (40%).
The objective of this project is to produce a VBA application to help automate a business or organisational process. Refer to part II of the module textbook, i.e. Albright (2013), for examples of different types of VBA Applications.
Instruction and the textbook mentioned are all attached.
Two parts finished without any plagiarism.(Turnitin rate below 5%).
6 pages digests that summarize main ideas and emphases from the reading in your own words, can use statements
6 pages digests that summarize main ideas and emphases from the reading in your own words, can use statements and phrases from reading. Double spaced, one inch margins, 10-12 point font. reading from: Bavinck, Herman. Reformed Dogmatics, vol 2. Baker Academic, 2004 Chs 1-2 pages 27-94, chs 3, pages 95-147, chs 6 pages 256-296 chs 6 296-336 and chs 4 pages 148-177
Sociology in a Digital World
The lives of the Brown family are entirely dependent on technology. In their lives, it can be seen how we can evaluate society’s structural adaption to digital growth, analyze how identities are developed in the digital world, evaluate social theories impacting the digital world, evaluate changes in society’s organizations through additional theories, evaluate the evolution of language within online environments and through digital technology, and analyze the development of deviance in the digital world.
Ross and Kristina met on a dating website. Ross is from Florida, and Kristina is from Connecticut. They met on average once a month in person and used video calls almost every day for six months before getting married. Most of their friends also had profiles on dating websites and found their spouses in the same way. Online dating apps have brought about a revolution in how we choose our partners.
Together, Ross and Kristina have two kids – Samantha, who is twelve years old, and eight-year-old Nate. The Brown Family exemplifies how the digital world has become part of almost every aspect of society. Increasingly, all members of the family are connected with technology.
Ross works from home and wakes up to the phone alarm, and quickly looks through his Google calendar to see the different meetings he has throughout the day.
Kristina wakes up and grabs her phone to ask what the weather is going to be like. The answer will help her decide if she will go to work or work from home. Her workplace has made changes to how the business will run, especially after the COVID-19 pandemic. A few of the departments have completely gone remote. Going remote has saved the company on office space as well.
Kristina decides to work from home. However, she must also oversee the kids who are attending school online. The kids use e-books and use online technology for tests and assignments. Often, she has to help Nate and Samantha with their homework assignments as well. For lunch, she usually orders on Grubhub or UberEats for food to be delivered. She often thinks that the food industry has essentially turned into an online business, putting the livelihoods of a significant number of food industry workers, primarily waiters and waitresses, at risk of losing jobs.
Ross and Kristina’s family typifies an increasingly digital economy, rapidly creating groups of digital haves and have nots. The Brown family is able to keep pace with the digital economy as opposed to being on the other side of the digital divide.
Since the onset of Covid-19, Ross and Kristina have been purchasing nearly everything online. Every store they buy a product from, be it grocery, food, garments, beddings, to mattresses, all give a discount for signing up for their reward programs. Kristina enjoys receiving these discounts. Her usernames and passwords have become her new cyber identity in the digital world. Cyber identity can be in the form of user names and passwords or even just a phone number. In fact, Kristina and others reliant on this digital world have cyber identities that bring a new set of realities and consequences.
When Kristina’s computer broke, she had difficulty remembering all the usernames and passwords for the various websites. Fortunately, by using each site’s login assistance function and with some help from customer care when needed, she was able to retrieve her usernames and passwords. She did so by authenticating her identity using a set of identifying features such as her date of birth, social security number, and other personal details. The digital world has created and confined the identity of Kristina and users like her into a complex digital persona that serves as her cyber identity and fingerprint.
Ross, Kristina, Samantha, and Nate all have Facebook accounts. Samantha and Kristina have Instagram accounts as well. This helps them stay connected with family out of state and friends that they do not see every day.
Samantha, who likes to be popular, has been regularly posting on Tik-Tok. She keeps adding to her Tik-Tok content to remain popular, and in the process, appears to have moved a way from her past identity. Samantha’s real identity seems to have been overtaken by the online identity she has created to meet the expectations of her followers. Samantha’s followers are from all over the world. Samantha and Nate have been texting each other using internet slang and abbreviations that Ross or Kristina cannot understand. However, Kristina has started using emojis in her emails and texting to be trendier with digital communication.
Samantha’s friend, Alex, has been following a celebrity using a fake ID and writes demeaning comments using slang on her Instagram page as he does not like her. Alex has access to celebrities and the ability to comment only because of digital anonymity. He would have never been able to do this in person.
QUESTION: The Browns have experienced digital adaption in each of the different social structures. Explain how the Brown family has adapted.