Community nursing – week 8 – risk of infectious and communicable

Please answer the questions below:

There is a planned community health project to decrease the incidence of human papilloma virus (HPV).

1. Who is/are the target population? Why?

2. What are some key factors to consider when planning an HPV prevention program?

·      Follow the 3 x 3 rule: minimum three paragraphs per DQ, with a minimum of three sentences each paragraph.

·      All answers or discussions comments submitted must be in APA format according to Publication Manual American Psychological Association (APA) (6th ed.) 2009 ISBN: 978-1-4338-0561-5

·      Minimum of two references, not older than 2015.

Please provide plagiarism report

Vpn | Computer Science homework help


Banifits of vpn?? 

    • 2 months ago
    • 20

    Compare-contrast essay/outline – part 1 outline

     Due: Feb. 18, 2021 by 11am.

    Choose one of the following topics for an essay developed by comparison and contrast using three points of analysis. The topic you decide on should be something you care about so that the examples are a means of communicating an idea; not an end in themselves. 

    Similarities and differences between:

     1. Two romantic comedies 

    2. Two internet search engines 

    3. Two cell phone models 

    4. One specific department store and one specific discount retail stores 

    5. One specific fast food chain and one specific fine dining restaurant 

    6. Dogs and cats (in general)

     Places and Things:

     1. A place as it is now and as it was years ago 

    2. Two towns or cities. 

    3. Nature in the city and in the country 


     1. A passive student and an active student 

    Must use MLA formatting (with times new roman 12).  Must use template provided for outline. (uploaded)

    I would like to get the same person who does outline to do the draft & essay as well. (later)

    Mass media | Human Resource Management homework help

    Students should write short reflection papers based chapter 11 “Mass Media”. 

    Page requirements: 4-5 pages (Microsoft Word, double spaced, New Times Roman, 12 point font), include a work cited or bibliography page with at least 3 academic sources formatted in MLA style. All sources must be listed on a separate work cited or bibliography page and attached to the back of your paper. The work cited or bibliography page does not count toward the 4-5 page requirements. Papers less than 4 complete pages and late will not be accepted. 

    Unit 6 journal (ctc101) | Accounting homework help

     Unit 6 Journal: Sharpening the Saw

    Please review the attached directions for  Unit 6 Journal: Sharpening the Saw 

    Covey’s 7th habit, Sharpening the Saw, is all about keeping your personal self “sharp.” It means regularly renewing and strengthening the four key dimensions of your life: your body, your brain, your heart, and your soul. You can’t even think about sharpening the saw when you’re always busy sawing

    • What is something you’d work on improving if you had the time?

    • What is the best way to balance your brain? Body? Heart? Soul?

    • What are some ways you can keep your saw sharp while in school and then also in your profession? 

    Paper (movie-gattaca) | Computer Science homework help  (Movie link)

    Paper Contents

    There will be five smaller parts that make up one larger paper: a brief summary followed by four prompts.

    Brief Summary

    Describe your experience with this movie. Please answer all of these questions in full, complete sentences. This section should be no less than 1.5 pages (½ a page for each bullet).

    • Provide a brief summary of the movie. You MUST use specific examples from the movie in your answer. (At least ½ page)
    • What was your opinion of the movie? You MUST use specific examples from the movie in your answer. (At least ½ page)
    • How feasible do you think the technology shown in the movie is? Why or why not? Use specific examples of at least ONE (1) technology used in the movie. (At least ½ page)

    Essay questions/Prompts (Choose 4)

    We have specific prompts for each movie. Once you decide which movie you will cover for your paper, you can pick four of the prompts from that movie to include in your paper.

    For each prompt that you chose, adhere to the following requirements:

    • Your response to the prompt must be at least ½ page. Do not go over 1 page.
    • You must include at least ONE (1) DIRECT example from lecture material from this entire semester of lecture PER question. This could be a specific lecture topic, discussion during lecture, quote from lecture.
      • Remember to cite lecture resources
    • Use a combination of personal opinion and research (cited!) to answer. (Please see “research” at the bottom of this assignment.)
    • Please put each question on a separate page (use page breaks) within the paper with the question at the top so we know what question you have chosen to answer.


    • At least 4 external references/sources total. Only 1 may be Wikipedia.
    • At least one direct lecture citation for each question.

    Inds 400 | Education homework help

    Methodology and Rationale Instructions

    Prompt: In 100-300 words describe a hypothetical methodology for studying your research topic. In the same document, in 250-350 words, create a rationale to a scholarly audience of experts on your topic justifying studying your proposed research question to your audience. 


    1.  Do not use first or second person in the rationale, but you may use first person in the methodology.

    2.  In addition to a specific explanation of how you will test your research question, your methodology should explain how you will analyze the data and how you would recognize a significant result. Use the following outline to build your methodology paragraph. Generally, 1-2 sentences will be enough for each item:

    a.  Explain who or what your sample is and how you will locate it. 

    b.  Describe your independent variable’s process.

    c.  Describe how you will collect and observe your data.

    d.  Describe how you will analyze your data. 

    e.  Describe what a significant result would look like.

    3.  In your rationale, the question you are answering is this: Why is your research proposal a good way to study this problem, and why should we fund this research? Pretend you are convincing a board of academics in this field that your research proposal is worth financial support. Remember: your audience is already experts in the field, so you do not need to explain basic principles. 

    4.  Your grammar, spelling, and punctuation should be flawless. Visit the Liberty University writing centers if you want extra help:

    5.  Use APA formatting; no abstract or title page is required, but do include a reference page if you use sources. 

    Additional Suggestions for Methodology:

    1.  Look up methodologies in the journal articles you have been researching and use those as models and guides. 

    2.  Everyone’s methodology will look a little bit different. Your methodology may include an experiment with two groups getting different treatments, one group that gets tested before and after a treatment, or a large group of people filling out a survey. Or you may be suggesting a research proposal that involves reading literature and analyzing it. 

    3.  Remember that simply reading textbooks or other journal articles is just secondary research. A good methodology does primary research and finds new information rather than just compiling old information. 

    4.  Whatever you do, make sure that your results cannot be brought into question. For instance, if you wanted to test the effects of a drug on humans and did not clarify what humans, I might wonder if your results would be skewed because more or fewer men or women could be in different experimental groups than in the others. Be specific about your demographics or aspects of your methodology.

    5.  Or if you were doing a study of postmodern literature but did not say when the postmodern era began, you would get very different results based on your cutoff date. 

    6.  You can be creative with your methodology, but you must also be skeptical. Would you have faith in your methods to return a reliable result?

    7.  Here are a few questions you can ask yourself to get started: 

    A.  What would I need to find to suggest that my hypothesis is correct? 

    B.  How can I eliminate variables that might confuse my results? (i.e. If studying effects of sunlight on positivity in a work environment, make sure you are not also adding free food or opportunities to walk around.)

    C.  If you’re studying humans, which ones, and why does it matter? How old are they? What ethnicity? What religion? What income level? What education level? Not all of these will matter for every study (education level would be more important than religion in studying effects of education on earning potential), but identify the ones that do.

    D.  If you’re doing textual analysis, what texts do you plan to analyze? And what will you be looking for when you read them? 

    Additional Suggestions for Rationales: 

    1.  Usually the introduction of a journal article shares some similarities with a rationale—they both typically mention the problem being studied and why it’s important to learn about it. Use the journal articles you’ve researched so far as models and guides for developing your rationale. 

    2.  Your rationale will likely be 1-2 paragraphs.

    3.  You can begin your first paragraph with a mini thesis statement that sounds something like “Research Topic X is important to study because a significant finding will have such-and-such an effect(s).” Use your own words, but those key elements (research topic, value judgment, effect(s) that is important to your audience, etc.) should appear in your justification. 

    4.  The rest of your rationale can expand on these effects as you connect those to your audience and show the importance of what you are proposing studying.

    5.  The last sentence of your rationale should summarize your main idea and emphasize the importance again. 

    6.  Remember to speak in terms of what your audience (the people you want to convince) want. Are they philanthropic and want to help others? Are they considering you for a research grant to promote an area of study they care about? Don’t make it obvious you’re talking to someone in particular (i.e. “Because my audience loves children, I want to study children.”), but consistently speak in terms of the benefits others will receive from what you find. These do not need to be big benefits either—research is often a series of small steps towards big conclusions. 

    Msw 5001 week 7 examine mental health and developmental disability


    Your task is to analyze the mental health and developmental disability services in your community. Assume you need to develop a pamphlet to help educate the community, which may consist of clients, potential clients, and family and loved ones trying to assist an individual in need. Most often, family and loved ones do not know where to turn for help.

    As part of your pamphlet, address the following points:

    • Describe the services that are available for:
      • Mental health
      • Developmental disabilities
    • Assess the following services by neighborhoods
      • Accessibility
      • Staffing
      • Hours
      • Ethnic needs
    • Identify the types of service providers
      • Faith-based
      • Community clinic
      • Private
      • Group homes
      • Advocacy organizations 

     prepare a 1-2 page paper addressing your recommendation for one area of improvement.

    Support your assignment with at least three scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including seminal articles, may be included. 

    Length: 3-5 pages plus short video clip, not including title or reference pages

    Material questions | Financial markets homework help


    Demonstrate your understanding and knowledge gained about session’s material. Complete with a short discussion (one paragraph) for each question on a Word document.

    1) In your opinion, how does the visioning phase of the Bombardier ERP project impact the rest of the project?
    2) What organizational outcomes did Bombardier expect with a successful ERP implementation? 
    3) What are the advantages and disadvantages of a phased system roll-out for Bombardier? 
    4) Typically, CRM systems are components of ERP systems. What is lost and gained when a CRM system is not connected or a part of an ERP system? 
    5 ) List 5 of the most important concepts or knowledge that you gained from this week’s activities. 

    Better work, better grade

    Our customers willingly show their appreciation for good work. We have many repeat clients over the past.