Chapter 12 Coordinated Care Delivery Models
Chapter 13 Policy and Advocacy
Chapter 14 Building Cultures of Health and Wellness Within Organizations
I. This week discussion topic:
Give examples of types of care delivery services incentivized by volume based, fee-for-service payment models, as opposed to value based, alternative payment models. Select one and explain
Publication Manual American Psychological Association (APA) (7th ed.). 2020. ISBN-13:978-1433832161. ISBN-10: 143383216X
Gordis, L. (2018). Epidemiology (5th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Elsevier Saunders
Goroll, A. H.,
You will need to respond to three questions in short essay well written responses answering the specific question. Please Essay
You will need to respond to three questions in short essay well written responses answering the specific question. Please only number 1,2,3. No need to rewrite the question and no need for titles. Please start on the first line. One page per question. I will upload class readings and lecture slides that are needed to answer short essay questions. Class lecture slides and readings should be reviewed and read prior. Please make sure to answer each part of the question. Please use integration of outside sources to support points
? Utilization of course concepts and perspectives
? Demonstration of an understanding of the sociological perspective
No grammatical errors! This is a university paper, so it should be of University level quality
STATE OF ‘EIN-DEUTSCHUNG’ OF ENGLISH WORDS INTO ANGLICISMS IN THE GERMAN LANGUAGE
Nursing Assignment Help See draft file below plus
Clearly state your chosen topic, your research question and the theory you have selected for answering the question. Provide a brief explanation as to why you have chosen your topic and how and why your topic and your research question are worth studying. If you have done a small empirical study, offer a very brief overview of what you found. Finally, provide an essay map –> “In this paper, I do this first, this second, this third, etc.”
II. Summary of the theory/theoretical framework and explanation of its selection
Provide a brief summary of your selected theory’s/theoretical framework’s main ideas. Briefly explain why you have chosen it to address your particular question.
III. Literature review: Summary and synthesis
What is “literature”? Although you might think of novels and poetry when you hear the word “literature,” for a piece of research the meaning is more specific. In terms of a literature review, “the literature” means the works you consulted in order to understand and investigate your research problem.
The following academic research sources may be useful to you in your literature review: journal articles, books, conference proceedings, government and corporate reports, theses and dissertations, Internet (electronic journals). Look for “refereed” electronic journals (e-journals), meaning there is an editorial board that evaluates the quality of the work prior to publication.
You may also use a few non-academic sources (newspapers, magazines, Internet articles) to provide background information about a topic, general trends, or to examine media coverage, etc.. However it is best to rely primarily on academic research sources for the literature review as much as you can.
How many sources should I include in the literature review? If your paper is primarily a literature review and theoretical framework (no data collection or analysis), include 12-15 sources. If you are going to collect original data or analyze secondary data, include 8-10 sources.
What is the purpose of the literature review? Your literature review will be tailored to the purposes of your paper, but it should:
– summarize and synthesize the major research relevant to your topic (explaining that research clearly enough for an educated layperson to understand);
– identify the theoretical position from which you begin, or from which you are working;
As you examine different studies, read with a purpose: You need to summarize the work you read but you must also decide which ideas or information are important to your research (so you can emphasize them), and which are less important and can be covered briefly or left out of your review. You should also look for the major concepts, conclusions, theories, arguments etc. that underlie the work, and look for similarities and differences with closely related work.
How should the literature review be written? A literature review represents a synthesis of the research related to your problem/issue, not a summary. Look across all the literature you examined and identify relevant themes or subtopics, and then summarize the part of each article/book/book chapter that relates to that sub-topic, then on to the next sub-topic, etc. For example, if your topic is media literacy, your first sub-topic might be the impact of media violence, which would include mention of relevant parts of research from various articles/books related to that, followed by the next subtopic of impact of media literacy/education, etc.
Where should my analysis of/assessment of the literature come? At the end of your literature review, you need to critically assess the studies you have found and selected and build an argument about how/why you find them to be (in)effective, both within the context of the larger theory/theoretical framework within which they are located and in terms of their ability to help you answer your research question.
As you develop your analysis of the literature you have collected, consider the following questions:
Based on the literature you have reviewed, what do we currently know about your selected topic and, more specifically, about the answer to your research question?
What gaps or limitations can you identify in the literature you reviewed? Which of them are due to the limitations of the theoretical framework you chose? What are some other possible reasons for the gaps in the literature?
What other theories may be relevant to the study of the topic and how?
IV. Methodology (only if doing a small empirical study)
This section outlines how you plan to study your problem in order to answer your research questions or test your hypothesis. Do you plan to use a survey, experiment, focus groups, content analysis, discourse/textual analysis, etc.? Also, why are you using this approach? Is this a pilot/pre-test or a more formal study? This section should include the following:
Sample: Who/what are you studying? Are you doing a survey of soap opera fans? Are you analyzing letters of viewers who watch reality-based TV shows?, etc. You should also state your reason for selecting this sample. Also include the size of your sample (this may be fairly small for purposes of this project—e.g., 8-10 surveys, etc.).
Measurement: How are you measuring your concepts and/or variables (social sciences approaches)? For example, if you are asking survey respondents about TV viewing, how will you measure this concept? What questions will you ask and why?
Data Collection: Are you collecting original data or using secondary data that someone else selected? What constitutes your data? (survey responses, analysis of film texts, etc.) What procedures are you using to collect your data?
V. Findings and analysis of findings (only if doing a small empirical study)
What do your data show? If you did a qualitative/quantitative analysis, you will need to summarize and analyze your data, presenting it in summary form such as in tables (percentages, qualitative summaries of sub-themes, etc.). Do the data support or not support the hypotheses? Or, if you used a research question, how would you answer the question based on your data?
This section restates in condensed form some of the key points you have made earlier in the paper. While it may seem a bit redundant, you need to include:
A brief summary of what your literature review showed in terms of current knowledge about your question; what we still don’t know; what needs to be done to address the gaps in the current literature.
A summary of your conclusions about the suitability of your chosen theory to address this particular question and other similar ones.
An evaluation of what the theory does particularly well and what it fails to do. In other words, what are the advantages and disadvantages of using this theory to answer your question?
Ideas on directions future scholarship might take to address research gaps and enhance our knowledge of this topic.
How the dominant presences and increasing demand for English language (hegemony of English) impacted the German language over time -through the lens of various scholars
My professor wants me to write one essay about these 2 short stories “The Cask of Amatillado” and “Tell
My professor wants me to write one essay about these 2 short stories “The Cask of Amatillado” and “Tell Tale Heart” by Edgar Allen Poe. This paper needs to be 5 paragraphs, 3 pages APA style with DIRECT QUOTATIONS FROM THE 2 SHORT STORIES. PLEASE USE THIS EXACT FORMULA-
1st body paragraph: Using at least two direct quotations from the text, explain why Character A wishes to murder character B (and C, D, etc. as needed).
2nd body paragraph: Using at least two additional direct quotations from the text, explain whether or not Character A and/or another character (NOT the victim) is satisfied/unsatisfied with the murder (“satisfaction” could include feeling happy, that revenge or justice was accomplished, etc.).
3rd body paragraph: Using at least two additional direct quotations from the text, explain whether or not we, as the reader/viewer, are satisfied with the results of the murder. In other words, we must ask and answer “Am I happy/sad by the murder(s) depicted, do I feel justice/revenge was done, or did I think the murder was pointless and I was unsatisfied, etc.” We must explain our opinion thoroughly!
Please be aware that the above are the minimum criteria (i.e., a C level grade). All quotations from the texts must be APA cited, explained, and short (i.e., less than 30 words).
– I HAVE ATTACHED HIS INSTRUCTIONS / RUBRIC .
– I HAVE ALSO ATTACHED THE 2 SHORT STORIES.
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU USE DIRECT QUOTES FROM THE STORIES TO ANSWER THE QUESTIONS ABOVE TO SUPPORT. HE DOES NOT ACCEPT ESSAYS UNLESS THERE ARE DIRECT QUOTES FROM THE 2 STORIES!
-NO PLAGARISM THIS IS IMPORTANT BECAUSE HE IS MAKING ME SUBMIT THIS ON SAFE ASSIGN AND TURNITIN.
Has Small Middle Class and Their Business
**Please use at least 3 sources from the Wall Street Journal as facts**
Find a country – member of the Euro Zone, or South America – that has a
relatively small middle class. Use the US and the Euro Zone as the standard.
Make sure you understand what the euro zone means. (It is not the European
Union.) Tell specifically how big the middle class in the country selected.
Look at the performance of the stock market for that country. Draw two or
three conclusions about the financial and business prospects for that nation.
Do not select a country with a large middle class. It would be good to look at
efforts to build the middle class in the country you choose. Make your
conclusions sensible. For example, will the country’s wealth increase? How
would its business base grow? How will it protect its middle class in the
Use this checklist:
a. Make sure the country actually has “a relatively small middle class.” No German, Belgium, or Greece.
b. Always take good notes in class. If we discuss a particular country and
say that the middle class is such-and-such a percent, NEVER contradict
what is said by copying garbage from a blog. At least have the courtesy
to say you found a source that offered a different percentage.
c. NEVER copy anything without showing a source. Tell specifically where
it came from in proper bibliographic format.
d. “Financial and business prospects” should be taken seriously by an MBA
candidate. This does not mean a blogger’s opinion or a Facebook like. It
means that the country has – or does not have – good products and
services to sell. It does – or does not – have strong prospects for gaining
wealth in the years ahead. Use facts not opinions!
I am attaching to you a number of papers. from these paper , I would like to you write Essay
I am attaching to you a number of papers. from these paper , I would like to you write very small introduction , literature review and list of research questions.
In the literature review focusing on BIM , GIS and BIM and GIS integration (GeoBIM). how It help the building permit process and what are the challenges now?
in addition, provide example of the best practice of using GeoBIM for digitizing the building permit.
I believe you find all these information in attachd papers.
please well referenced is required
this thesis proposal should shows the understanding of the topic and finding the challenge in the current situations.
Why military deserve bigger raises
For this assignment, you will write an organized and well supported Argumentative Essay using three or more points of analysis. You will be most successful writing on a topic that is of interest to you. The best ideas are topical; they are what people are talking about today. And remember that your thesis should be debatable; in other words, there has to be at least two sides to an issue for it to be considered argumentative.
A well-organized essay has a beginning, a middle, and an end. The beginning, or introduction, should include an opening sentence to grab your reader’s attention. Follow the opening sentence with a brief background on the topic or situation. The last sentence of the introduction is the thesis statement. The thesis states the main point of the essay, which in this case, would be a statement affirming the main point of view on the selected topic.
A well-supported essay includes supporting points, details, and examples. Each body paragraph must support (explain) your reasoning (rationale) using specific details. Each body paragraph must have a topic sentence that states the main point of the paragraph.
The conclusion typically summarizes the main points of the essay and/or closes with a lasting impression that connects the reader to their world.
This essay must include a combination of no less than SIX in-text citations from two or more credible and reliable sources. Citations are to be a combination of direct quotations and paraphrased quotations with or without the author’s name, and a Reference List in APA Style must be included.
Be sure to proofread your essay and edit for proper grammar, punctuation, diction (word choice), and spelling, as errors in sentence skills will lower a final grade. A grade will be determined based on the Module 3 Case expectations and the Trident University General Education rubric for English.
The Skies always have interesting things to look for but don’t listen to me- Find a cool astro event to view and share why you want to see it, and how you would go about it.
WHAT to DO
1) Write an initial post of 100-150 words that tells about an astronomy related viewing event.
2)Share the link or info site
3) Make a short response post to another student
Future Cosmic link https://www.greatamericaneclipse.com/future
What was the “crisis” of Europe at the beginning of the twentieth century? How was WWI part of that
What was the “crisis” of Europe at the beginning of the twentieth century? How was WWI part of that crisis, and how was the treaty that ended the Great War an attempt to resolve that crisis? How were the dictatorships that arose an attempt to confront the breakdown of the European order? Be sure to use proper citation methods for quotations and summaries of others’ arguments or opinions. Please, use standard 1 inch margins, and make certain the pages are numbered. Bibliography at end.
Project on half-life and decay
Your written review should be in the form of a short (1-2 page) research paper in which you explain your topic conceptually. You may use any style of citations, but do use them to identify your sources. This will be graded according to the attached rubric for 25 of the 30 points of this assignment.
Please use these sources and other sources you may find over decay and half-life.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Half-life (Links to an external site.)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Radioactive_decay (Links to an external site.)
Please write a lab report of an abstract and introduction. Please write it in past tense. the lab procedure
Please write a lab report of an abstract and introduction. Please write it in past tense.
the lab procedure is on this link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7R7mFz6o_I
Prompt: Draw on the Regulation School to explain how the virtuous circle of post-WWII economic growth became a vicious
Prompt: Draw on the Regulation School to explain how the virtuous circle of post-WWII economic growth became a vicious cycle that led to economic crisis in the 1970s.
(use and cite some of the sources attached in files) (look at slides attached in files for definition of topics)
Responses should be no more than 500 words, not including references.
Regarding your use of sources: use whatever sources you need to answer the question fully and effectively. Prioritize knowing assigned and optional readings from the course well over bringing in lots of new sources. Use new/outside sources as needed to strengthen arguments or incorporate examples: you should make the significance of outside sources clear in your response.
Please incorporate references into your responses as follows:
In the text:
Anytime you are drawing on an idea from assigned or outside reading, put the author’s name and year of the publication in parentheses at the end of the sentence, e.g. “Treating land, labor, and money as commodities has destructive social consequences that trigger countermovements to protect society from the market (Polanyi, 1944).
Anytime you are directly quoting a text, be sure to use quotation marks and put the author’s name and year of the publication in parentheses at the end of the sentence, e.g. Before market liberalism emerged in 19th century liberalism, “never were…markets more than accessories of economic life. As a rule, the economic system was absorbed in the social system” (Polanyi, 1944, p. 71). If it’s a digital source, just omit the page number.
At the end of your response:
Make a reference list.
For academic sources, the easiest way is to go to Google Scholar, look up the source, click the “cite” button below it, and copy/paste the Harvard or APA formatted citation.
For digital/non academic sources, adapt the APA or Harvard format.
Don’t stress about the reference list too much; make a good faith effort to use either APA or Harvard format
See criteria for excellent, good, acceptable, and below standard responses
Fully answers the question; Adheres to other guidelines (such as word limit); Draws on a range of relevant course materials (e.g. assigned readings, podcasts, or videos) and outside sources as appropriate, and; Demonstrates close, critical engagement with, and strong understanding of, course material
Fully answers or attempts to fully answer the question; Adheres to other guidelines (such as word limit); Draws on relevant course materials (e.g. assigned readings, podcasts, or videos), and; Demonstrates engagement with, and good understanding of, course material
Attempts to fully answer the question, but may miss some key aspect; Mostly adheres to other guidelines (such as word limit) Draws on some relevant course materials (e.g. assigned readings, podcasts, or videos), and; Demonstrates engagement with course material but may exhibit some limited understanding or misunderstanding
No response submitted or response submitted late; Response fails to respond to the question or is generally poor quality, or does not adhere to basic guidelines (e.g. grossly over word limit)