An organism’s ______ are located on threadlike structures called______

An organism’s ______ are located on threadlike structures called______

1 page reading summary 1 powerpoint presentation 1

I would like you to do me a one page reading summary, link ;

McLaughlin J, GB Jordan (1999). Logic models: a tool for telling your program’s performance story. Evaluation and Program Planning 22:65-72.

W.K. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Handbook (Updated 2010). Chapters 7. Available for download at: http://www.wkkf.org/resource-directory/resource/2010/w-k-kellogg-foundation-evaluation-handbook

And a 10 minutes powerpoint presentation with presenting guidelines;

Students should focus their efforts on analyzing and synthesizing the material AND on presenting it clearly, in a professional and analytical manner. Highly developed/formatted PowerPoint presentations are not necessary—rather students may cut and paste key tables and exhibits directly from the article. The presentation should include the following topics: • problem/issue/questions analyzed and/or the hypothesis • models and/or concepts included in the study • data, methods, variables — dependent and independent • key findings* and limitations • implications – management and/or policy *As part of the presentation: • Present, summarize and discuss at least one table/exhibit from the paper. • Present at least one key finding of the paper and its policy and/or management implications.

I will attach the subject required for the presentation below.

lobbying strategy 6

Students should develop a paper that should be structured as a lobbying strategy. To do that the students should:

  1. Identify a problem that will require an influenza exercise over a decision-making institution.
  2. Define the goals of the strategy.
  3. Describe the institutional setting that they will operate in.
  4. Identify stakeholders- outline the target groups, supporters, allies or enemies.
  5. Identify subgoals and priorities.
  6. Outline the specific actions with regards to the strategy

NO PLAGIARISM

project assignment 2 annotated bibliography

Project Assignment 2: Annotated Bibliography

Creating a literature search is like selecting materials to build a house. The house you build will be more likely to remain standing over time if the materials you use are high quality and appropriate for your specific project. Similarly, the literature that you select to inform your Project must have direct bearing on your topic; be from a high-quality, reputable source; and must address the Program Learning Outcomes. Your Project Assignments will rely heavily on the literature that you select this week, so take the time to locate the best resources—the best building materials—to support the structure and results of your Capstone Project.

To prepare for this Project Assignment:

  • Review the Essential Guide to APA Style for Walden Students. This resource will help you properly cite your resources as you develop your literature review.
  • Review the Learning Resources and pay special attention to the articles in the Walden Writing Center for tips and extended explanations on how to organize and conduct a literature review.
  • Investigate literature from a variety of sources, such as the Walden Library, books, professional magazines, and newspapers for insights that describe and support your Capstone Project topic.
    • What scholarly knowledge is available that has produced insights into your Capstone Project topic?
    • What other knowledge or knowledge formations are available that have produced insights into your Capstone Project topic?

To complete this Project:

  • Create an Annotated Bibliography of 8–12 resources you are considering for your Mini Literature Review.
  • Each reference (APA formatted) should be followed by two paragraphs; a summary of the article and the rationale for using this specific reference to address requirements for your final project (see Final Project guide for the requirements). The purpose of the annotation is to inform the reader of the quality, accuracy, and relevance of the resource to the topic.
  • The resources for your Annotated Bibliography need to address your health or healthcare topic ( child Obesity) and the Program Learning Outcomes. For example, you could search for “HIV” (a possible topic) AND “program planning” (a Program Learning Outcome) to find articles on both.
  • You should have at least one resource for each Program Learning Outcome. This will provide you with information and support for each Program Learning Outcome and each aspect of the Final Project requirements.

All resources must be in proper APA format. Refer to the Essential Guide to APA

Learning Resources

Required Readings

American Association of Medical Dosimetrists. (n.d.). Why networking is important. Retrieved November 8, 2018, from
https://www.medicaldosimetry.org/career-services/w…

Golash-Boza, T. (2015). Writing a literature review: Six steps to get you from start to finish. Discover the Future of Research. Retrieved from
https://hub.wiley.com/community/exchanges/discover…

PublicHealth. (n.d.). Professional networking in public health. Retrieved November 8, 2018, from
https://www.publichealth.org/resources/professiona…

Walden University Career Services. (n.d.). Branding: What is an elevator speech? Retrieved November 8, 2018, from
https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/careerservices/…

Walden University Career Services. (n.d.). CareerBoost: Home. Retrieved November 8, 2018, from
https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/careerservices/…

Walden University Career Services. (n.d.). Networking and branding: Home. Retrieved November 8, 2018, from
http://academicguides.waldenu.edu/careerservices/n…

Walden University Writing Center. (n.d.). Common assignments: Annotated bibliographies. Retrieved May 7, 2019, from
https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/a…

Walden University Writing Center. (n.d.). Common assignments: Literature reviews. Retrieved November 8, 2018, from
https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/a…

Walden University Writing Center. (n.d.). Paper reviews: Introduction. Retrieved August 27, 2018, from
https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/p…

Walden University Writing Center. (n.d.). Reference list: Common reference list examples. Retrieved November 30, 2018, from
https://academicguides.waldenu.edu/writingcenter/a…

Document: Capstone Project Guide (Word)


Document: B.S. Health Studies Capstone Project Template (PowerPoint)


Document: B.S. Public Health Capstone Project Template (PowerPoint)


Document: B.S. Healthcare Management Capstone Project Template (PowerPoint)

Optional Resources

The Go to Market Company. (2018). Alternatives to LinkedIn. Retrieved from
https://www.thegotomarketcompany.com/news-events/a…

blockchain is a technology

Industry experts believe blockchain is a technology that has the potential to affect the business of most IT professionals in the next five years. Pick an industry you feel will be most affected by blockchain and how blockchain may be used in that industry. As an IT manager, how would you embrace blockchain? For instance, how would training occur for your team, what strategies might you use, what security methods may you recommend be used?

Your paper should meet the following requirements:

• Be approximately four to six pages in length, not including the required cover page and reference page.

• Follow APA6 guidelines. Your paper should include an introduction, a body with fully developed content, and a conclusion.

• Support your answers with the readings from the course and at least two scholarly journal articles to support your positions, claims, and observations,

• Be clearly and well-written, concise, and logical, using excellent grammar and style techniques. You are being graded in part on the quality of your writing.

reflect upon past formal and informal negotiations you have had with people you know answer the following questions

  • What were the greatest challenges you encountered in these negotiations?
  • How, if at all, were you able to move through these negotiation challenges?
  • What advice would you give someone who is about to negotiate with someone they know?

2-3 paragraphs

1 5 pages writing essay

Task (MLA format):

Compose an analytical response (at least 550 words, not including quote) to one of our secondary sources (See this link:https://science.sciencemag.org/content/301/5629/52) in which you do the following:

Reading : Chew, Matthew K., and Manfred D. Laubichler. “Natural Enemies: Metaphor or Misconception?” Science, vol. 301, no. 5629, 2003, pp. 52–53. Link:https://science.sciencemag.org/content/301/5629/52

Paragraph 1 [main goal: summarize the reading]

      1. Who is the audience for this piece of writing?
      2. What is the purpose of this text?
      3. What context is this author writing in?
      4. What questions are guiding them? Then, state what you think are the significant questions the author is using to guide their inquiry and trying to answer in their article.

Paragraph 2 [main goal: present the quote and discuss a key word]

1. Select a clear, interesting passage (~ 2-3 sentences long) where you see the author making an interesting claim, explaining their logic, providing a point of evidence to support their ideas, or exploring one of their guiding questions. Be sure that the quote you select is both interesting and long enough to give you plenty to think and write about.

2. Now, clearly present this passage as a quote, doing the following so that the quote is smoothly integrated into the sentences around it:

            • introduce the author by full name [ex: Jon Cohen]
            • tell your reader the title of the text [ex: “How a Horror Story Haunts Science”]
            • provide some context about where the quote appears in the text [ex: when summarizing the enduring “myth” of Frankenstein, Cohen writes: “QUOTE”]
            • provide clear citation immediately after the quote [ex: (Cohen 75).]
            • provide a brief summary of what the quote says [no more than 2-3 sentences]

3. To kick off your analysis of the passage (which you will continue in P3), identify a key word in the quote above. Look the word up in the Oxford English Dictionary ( www.oed.com). Provide the definition of the word as it is used in the passage as a direct quote. Ex: The Oxford English Dictionary defines “word” as “definition” (citation).

            • You may also consider bringing in other meanings of the word that could shed interesting light on how the author uses it or to enhance your own analysis.
            • See Hansson’s “Science and Pseudoscience” for a great example of how to integrate definitions into your sentences and how to use the OED to kickstart your own analysis.

4. Discuss how the word shapes or influences the meaning of the passage you’ve provided (aim for about 100 words). How does the key word relate to their inquiry, argument, or evidence?

Paragraph 3 [main goal: analyze the quote in detail]

Move into more detailed analysis about the passage, focusing on how this specific quote answers one or more of the questions you identified above. This is the most important part of this activity (aim for at least 200 words). Things to consider here:

          • how do they advance their argumentative purpose in this passage?
          • what point is this passage making?
          • what is important, interesting, confusing, or weird about it?
          • is there more to say about they key word’s significance?
          • what can you say about the quote that goes beyond the passage or reading and draws on your own ideas?

Paragraph 4 [main goal: discuss questions you thought of while reading/writing]

Finally, list some questions the text prompted for you as you read it and briefly explain: How did the text prompt these questions? How are these questions related to your own interests? What ideas might you be interested in exploring in Essay 1?

Grading Criteria

  • Assignment demonstrates careful engagement with a relevant passage (summary and analysis of textual evidence) from one course reading (required or optional text).
  • Assignment provides the content for each paragraph as directed above.
  • Assignment meets word requirements (at least 550 words total, excluding quotation).
  • See Grading Rubric for more information.
  • Grading Rubric:
    WR122 Evidence Analysis 1
    Criteria Ratings
    This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
    P1: Summarizes the Reading as directed

    Full Marks

    No Marks

    This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
    P2: Presents Quote and Engages with Key Word Using OED as directed

    Full Marks

    No Marks

    This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
    P3: Carefully Analyzes Quotation in Detail as directed

    Full Marks

    No Marks

    This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
    P4: Discusses Questions Prompted while Reading/Writing as directed

    Full Marks

    No Marks

    This criterion is linked to a Learning Outcome
    Paper at least 500 words total, excluding quotation

    Full Marks

    No Marks

filling out the patent form

Please read what my product that I am trying to create is about. Then, fill in the patents box that is attached in the document here. I don’t understand how to do the patents part. If you have any questions feel free to ask me.

chap 6 question need answered

Ch. 6, pp. 232, DQ 6.7

Responses must be substantive and fully address the topic. This may include text, formulas or charts. Assignment length will vary from one to two pages depending on the required response.

Please submit your responses in APA format via a word document

Each chapter needs to be in a separate word document

week 5 discussion board for healthcare emergency mgmt

What is the goal of the CMS Emergency Preparedness Rule?

How does it impact you as a healthcare emergency manager?

How does the Emergency Preparedness Rule strengthen community emergency preparedness?

What other credentialing/regulatory agencies influence healthcare emergency management? How?

Readings

Readings:

Emergency preparedness rule. The Journal of Medical Practice Management: MPM, 32(5), 301-303.

“Prepare for CMS’ new emergency planning requirement.” Homecare Direction Dec. 2016. Business Insights: Global. Web. 12 Aug. 2017.

Medicare and Medicaid programs; emergency preparedness requirements for Medicare and Medicaid participating providers and suppliers. (2016). (). Lanham: Federal Information & News Dispatch, Inc.

Instructions:

– Minimum 400 words, 4 paragraphs

– Use proper APA6 format

– use more than 3 credible sources