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Create A Visio ERD Diagram

I am attaching the directions for the assignment, there is a photo copy of the assignment from the book and a word document with further instructions, on the work document on the second page is completed ERD model and that needs to be replicated in VISIO.

political revolution essay

Suppose you are an American living in France during the time of the French Revolution.write a letter to a friend or family member in the United States telling about events in France.in your letter,note ways that it is different.include a proper greeting and closing and use correct spelling and grammar and punctuation.your letter should include these points:causes,including the role of taxes ideas or philosophy goals and objectives social privilege and social upheaval form of government

political revolution essay

Suppose you are an American living in France during the time of the French Revolution.write a letter to a friend or family member in the United States telling about events in France.in your letter,note ways that it is different.include a proper greeting and closing and use correct spelling and grammar and punctuation.your letter should include these points:causes,including the role of taxes ideas or philosophy goals and objectives social privilege and social upheaval form of government

Process and Operations Management

Respond to the questions below:

How can a company ensure that its supply chain is resilient to unexpected events?

Course book:
Schroeder, Roger, Goldstein, S.M. (2018). Operations Management in the Supply Chain: Decisions and Cases, (7th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw Hill. [ISBN-13: 978-0-07-783543-9; and ISBN-10: 0-07-783543-3]

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Homelessness ( proposing a solution )

Outline of a Problem-Solution Paper
I.    Introduction
Problem is introduced and shown as a serious issue that needs resolution.
Thesis
II.    Examine the Problem
Give more specifics of the problem, such as the causes and effects, and reveal how what is currently being done is not working.
III.    Discuss Current Solutions
Discuss what is currently being done about the problem and why it is not working.
IV.    Propose Solution(s)
Reveal a practical solution or solutions and show specifically how it is going to resolve the problem

V.    Address Counterarguments and Overcome Them
Acknowledge some potential arguments against your solution and overcome their argument by showing how your solution(s) ultimately is the best option.
VI.    Conclusion
Come back to the severity of the problem and how your solution is the best answer. At this point you will want to really motivate your reader to see the possibly of change and how your solution is the way to achieve that.

Policy/Regulation Fact Sheet

As a professional nurse, you are expected to apply your expertise to patient care. On occasion, you will also be expected to share that expertise.

With evolving technology and continuous changes to regulations designed to keep up these changes, there is usually a need to share information and expertise to inform colleagues, leadership, patients, and other stakeholders.

In this Assignment, you will study a recent nursing informatics-related healthcare policy, and you will share the relevant details via a fact sheet designed to inform and educate.

To Prepare:

Review the Resources on healthcare policy and regulatory/legislative topics related to health and nursing informatics.
Consider the role of the nurse informaticist in relation to a healthcare organizations compliance with various policies and regulations, such as the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA).
Research and select one health or nursing informatics policy (within the past 5 years) or regulation for further study.
The Assignment: (1 page)

Create a 1-page fact sheet that your healthcare organization could hypothetically use to explain the health or nursing informatics policy/regulation you selected. Your fact sheet should address the following:

Briefly and generally explain the policy or regulation you selected.
Address the impact of the policy or regulation you selected on system implementation.
Address the impact of the policy or regulation you selected on clinical care, patient/provider interactions, and workflow.
Highlight organizational policies and procedures that are/will be in place at your healthcare organization to address the policy or regulation you selected. Be specific.

Resources

https://www.aanp.org/legislation-regulation/federal-legislation/macra-s-quality-payment-program
https://www.cms.gov/medicare/quality-initiatives-patient-assessment-instruments/value-based-programs/macra-mips-and-apms/macra-mips-and-apms.html
https://www.healthit.gov/topic/laws-regulation-and-policy/health-it-legislation

https://www.healthit.gov/topic/meaningful-use-and-macra/meaningful-use-and-macra
https://www.hhs.gov/regulations/index.html

in instructions

Argument
People argue all the timeover what movie to see, what to have for dinner, whom to vote for. People generally have strong opinions, and many dont hesitate to express them. Your friend doesnt want to see the same movie you do because he doesnt like gory horror. Your partner wants to eat at a restaurant that serves healthy food. Your coworker wont vote for any candidate who doesnt support universal healthcare.
Your argument essay is an amplified version of those types of arguments you have with family, friends, and coworkers each day. The difference is that youll be conducting research and using the information you find to explain a problem and then provide a solution.
The argument essay is 1,6001,800 words and must incorporate a minimum of four secondary sources.
Theres no graded prewriting assignment for your argument essay.

Assignment Objectives
* Use prewriting, drafting, revising, and editing to write a formal, college-level essay.
* Distinguish among different patterns of development.
* Apply an appropriate pattern of development to a specific purpose and audience.
* Write an effective thesis statement.
* Develop paragraphs using topic sentences, adequate detail, supporting evidence, and transitions.
* Employ responsible research methods to locate appropriate secondary sources.
* Quote, paraphrase, and summarize secondary source material correctly and appropriately.
* Use APA (American Psychological Association) citation and documentation style to reference secondary source material correctly and appropriately.
* Apply the conventions of standard written American English to produce a correct, well-written essay.

Topic
Choose one of the following topics. Each topic focuses on a current problem that many students face.
* The high cost of college or student loan debt
* The lack of proper nutrition
* Low minimum wage
You may narrow the focus of your topic as you see fit.
Purpose and Audience
The purpose of your essay is to identify, define, and analyze the problem, and then provide a solution to address it. Youll use the third-person point of view.
Your audience is made up of your fellow Penn Foster classmates. Many will agree with you, while others will disagree. You need to present evidence to support your analysis and solution, and convince your audience through the strength of your argument and the feasibility of your solution, to side with you.
Research Requirement
Youre required to use a minimum of four secondary sources in your essay. Use the Research Writing and Citation and Documentation webinar, Journal Entry 16, and the Argument Essay Research Worksheet to help start your research and organize your essay.
The required secondary sources are
* At least one nonprofit or government organization (online or print). Look for website domains .org, .edu, and .gov.
* One source that you choose.
Remember that all sources, no matter where they come from, should be evaluated for accuracy and validity. You may use more than four sources, but you should avoid using more than six. Borrowing too much from too many sources will overwhelm your voice in your essay and negatively affect your grade. It could also lead to plagiarism. NO WIKIPEDIA

Process

Youll be using APA citation and documentation style to give credit to your sources.
1.Begin with an introduction that gives a broad overview of your topic. End this introduction with a thesis statement. Your thesis statement must make your argument and name three supporting reasons. These reasons must be named in the same order theyre discussed in the body paragraphs.
2.Each body paragraph must describe one reason, with the exception of the last body paragraph before the conclusion; this paragraph must consider your opposition.
3.End with a conclusion that reinforces your thesis statement and names your three reasons.

Any topic (writer’s choice)

Imagine you just came back from lunch and found the email string regarding the proposed EOC staff meeting related in the scenario. It’s your plan to address the situation, and it’s your intent to do it in a single email that demonstrates leadership and a keen understanding of the issue, participants, and their associated dynamics.

Email:
i’m so glad to hear that you’ve agreed to facilitate our team of emergency managers. Each member of the team represents an Emergency Support Function (ESF) as defined by FEMA. As the leader of the EOC group, your goal is to help this group leverage their collective expertise to distribute clean water efficiently to the people in Brown Trout Bay. I’m confident that with your help, this team will be able to work together efficiently to get this done.

As you work with this group of individuals, please keep in mind that this is a diverse group. As is the case with all working groups, you’re going to find these individuals have a variety of communication styles. Because this group needs to get to work immediately, you’re going to have to figure out quickly what each individual’s communication style isand you’re going to have to come up with a strategy for working effectively with this particular group of people and their combination of communication styles.

PART 1: ANALYZE YOUR APPROACH TO THE ISSUE
Describe your approach to constructing the email.

Describe possible causes for the caustic exchange depicted in the email chain. Consider possible core organizational issues. State any assumptions that you might need to make regarding the scenario to support your assertions.
Justify why your message would likely be effective. Consider content, tone, style, et cetera.
Explain your intent for how your message might impact future communications and actions among team members.

Part 2: Write a Response Email
Write an email that effectively addresses the email chain. It should:

Properly consider the audience, your position, and the circumstances.
Articulate a well-conceived solution to the problem.
Effectively end the thread completely and de-escalate the tension.
Send a message that this exchange was “sub-optimal.”

Any topic (writer’s choice)

Imagine you just came back from lunch and found the email string regarding the proposed EOC staff meeting related in the scenario. It’s your plan to address the situation, and it’s your intent to do it in a single email that demonstrates leadership and a keen understanding of the issue, participants, and their associated dynamics.

Email:
i’m so glad to hear that you’ve agreed to facilitate our team of emergency managers. Each member of the team represents an Emergency Support Function (ESF) as defined by FEMA. As the leader of the EOC group, your goal is to help this group leverage their collective expertise to distribute clean water efficiently to the people in Brown Trout Bay. I’m confident that with your help, this team will be able to work together efficiently to get this done.

As you work with this group of individuals, please keep in mind that this is a diverse group. As is the case with all working groups, you’re going to find these individuals have a variety of communication styles. Because this group needs to get to work immediately, you’re going to have to figure out quickly what each individual’s communication style isand you’re going to have to come up with a strategy for working effectively with this particular group of people and their combination of communication styles.

PART 1: ANALYZE YOUR APPROACH TO THE ISSUE
Describe your approach to constructing the email.

Describe possible causes for the caustic exchange depicted in the email chain. Consider possible core organizational issues. State any assumptions that you might need to make regarding the scenario to support your assertions.
Justify why your message would likely be effective. Consider content, tone, style, et cetera.
Explain your intent for how your message might impact future communications and actions among team members.

Part 2: Write a Response Email
Write an email that effectively addresses the email chain. It should:

Properly consider the audience, your position, and the circumstances.
Articulate a well-conceived solution to the problem.
Effectively end the thread completely and de-escalate the tension.
Send a message that this exchange was “sub-optimal.”

Any topic (writer’s choice)

Imagine you just came back from lunch and found the email string regarding the proposed EOC staff meeting related in the scenario. It’s your plan to address the situation, and it’s your intent to do it in a single email that demonstrates leadership and a keen understanding of the issue, participants, and their associated dynamics.

Email:
i’m so glad to hear that you’ve agreed to facilitate our team of emergency managers. Each member of the team represents an Emergency Support Function (ESF) as defined by FEMA. As the leader of the EOC group, your goal is to help this group leverage their collective expertise to distribute clean water efficiently to the people in Brown Trout Bay. I’m confident that with your help, this team will be able to work together efficiently to get this done.

As you work with this group of individuals, please keep in mind that this is a diverse group. As is the case with all working groups, you’re going to find these individuals have a variety of communication styles. Because this group needs to get to work immediately, you’re going to have to figure out quickly what each individual’s communication style isand you’re going to have to come up with a strategy for working effectively with this particular group of people and their combination of communication styles.

PART 1: ANALYZE YOUR APPROACH TO THE ISSUE
Describe your approach to constructing the email.

Describe possible causes for the caustic exchange depicted in the email chain. Consider possible core organizational issues. State any assumptions that you might need to make regarding the scenario to support your assertions.
Justify why your message would likely be effective. Consider content, tone, style, et cetera.
Explain your intent for how your message might impact future communications and actions among team members.

Part 2: Write a Response Email
Write an email that effectively addresses the email chain. It should:

Properly consider the audience, your position, and the circumstances.
Articulate a well-conceived solution to the problem.
Effectively end the thread completely and de-escalate the tension.
Send a message that this exchange was “sub-optimal.”

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