- A discussion on what organisations can do differently to attract high quality candidates.
- An evaluation ofu the recruitment and selection process of Rent-a-car highlighting the advantages and disadvantages.
- Recommendations to enhance the effectiveness of recruitment and selection process of Rent- a car.
You have been invited to do a presentation to the laboratory department regarding Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) compliance and electronic health records. Discuss the salient points of your presentation and why you feel it is important to include this information in your presentation.
Include the following information:
- Define protected health information and when it can be disclosed.
- Differentiate between the privacy rule and the security rule as it applies to actual use in the laboratory.
- Differentiate between identifiable and unidentified information and their uses.
Proposal: A proposal sets out the goals, scope and organization of your research paper so that you can get feedback and assistance. Proposals are helpful in that they allow you to think through the process of your final research paper with little effort. In the proposal, you communicate to the reader, in as much detail as possible, the research question you are interested in and the line of investigation you intend to pursue. The clearer you make this to the reader, the better the help they can give to you, and the better your final paper will be.
Background: Briefly describe the general topic of the proposed paper and explain why it is a significant area to research. Describe your topic in detail, so that the reader has a good idea of what you intend to research and provide some information about why you chose this topic. Explain what you think you already know about the topic and try to identify any preconceived notions or biases you may have.
Research Question: The central research question deals with the issue of the topic you have chosen and the questions you would like to pursue in your paper. It should notbe a statement that describes a phenomenon, but be written to focus on a contradiction, puzzle or dilemma. The question should be framed as a â€œwhyâ€ or â€œhowâ€ question.
The research question must be posed so that there are several realistic alternative answers or outcomes to it. These should be outlined. A major purpose of the research paper is to gather evidence for and against each possible answer. In other words, the proposal reflects that you have considered evidence that is counter to and challenges possible answers to your research question. This allows you to weigh and assess the evidence for and against possible outcomes to finally arrive at an overall assessment of your research question. Provide definitions of key concepts arising out of your reading that may be used to develop your paper. For example, look for theories that explain the phenomenon under discussion and the perspectives that are used to examine the issues you have identified.
Annotated bibliography: An annotated bibliography is an alphabetical list of selected academic sources on a given topic. It indicates to the reader the quality and depth of the reading you have done in preparation for writing up the results of your inquiry. Creating an annotated bibliography ensures that you have found adequate scholarly resources, that you have read your sources carefully and have a good sense of how they relate to your topic.
For this assignment you must use a minimum of five (5) sources. Each source should be relevant to the research question. It may not have a direct bearing on your research question, but there may be key ideas or perspectives that can be applied to your inquiry.
Each entry begins with a citation that provides full bibliographic information, formatted to conform to APA style guidelines, as set out in Chapter 10 of the Northey, Tepperman and Albanese text. It is followed by the annotation, your summary of the main points of the article. In three (3) sentences, identify the main argument of each source, the evidence that supports the argument and the major conclusions arrived at. The relevance of the source to your research question should be clear from the annotation.
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Write a summary of a treatment plan for the case study â€œDisrupting Classâ€ based on a theoretical orientation of your choice. Construct a diagnosis and indicate why you feel it is the most accurate diagnosis in this case. Identify which disorders you would want to rule out. Then, explain your choice of therapeutic approach and note how it is reflected in the plan.
The case study is attached and please use the attached template to complete this assignment correctly. Also please use the required textbook to complete the assignment
- American Psychiatric Association (2013). Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (5th ed.). Arlington, VA: Author.
- Section II, â€œDisruptive, Impulse-Control, and Conduct Disordersâ€
- Hooley, J. M., Butcher, J. N., Nock, M. K., & Mineka, S. (2017). Abnormal psychology (17th ed.). Boston, MA: Pearson.
- Chapter 16, â€œPsychological Treatmentâ€
Around 500 words
Use MLA style and use one online sources and please make sure write the references correct.
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Lab Ex. 8.3 pg. 199-200
Self test 8.3 pg. 201 ( Only due 1 and 3 )
Self test 8.4 pg 209 ( Complete all exercises )
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While many agree that the installation of visible speed enforcement cameras has increased the safety of drivers on the road, others have argued that these cameras can lead to dangerous traffic situations.
Based on your research, do you support the installation of visible speed enforcement cameras? Why or why not?
Unit VIII Case Study Within Unit VIII, you have learned about various psychological disorders and the complexities involved with proper diagnoses and treatment efforts. Now it is time to put your skills to the test. Choose ONE of the cases listed below and create a mental health assessment for your chosen case. In the assessment, you should address the following: a. Why is your client coming for treatment? b. What are his or her current symptoms? c. Does he or she have a history with this problem? If so, please describe it. d. How could the issue affect his or her daily life functions? e. What is your clientâ€™s specific diagnosis? f. What is the general class(es) of disorders to which this disorder belongs? g. What are your recommendations? What specific treatment plan will you prescribe for this patient? You should use your textbook as a reference to substantiate your plan. h. How could you get his or her family involved? Chose ONE of these cases to analyze. 1. Tony sometimes seems very wound up. At those times, he seems full of energy, talks very rapidly, and makes very grandiose plans. Once, he gave away all of his belongings and was planning to move to Washington, D.C., so that he could advise the President. At these times, he also seems to need almost no sleep. During other periods of time Tony seems very down. During these times, he does not take care of himself. He seems to want to sleep all the time, and he often makes thinly veiled references to wanting to commit suicide. 2. Paula has not left her house for several months. When she tries to go out, she experiences great anxiety. She says she is afraid that if she leaves her house to go somewhere, she will not be able to get back. Before all this started, Paula seemed fairly normal except for having several episodes where, for no apparent reason, her heart started pounding, she started to sweat profusely, and she experienced all the symptoms of fear and terror. One of the reasons she is afraid to leave the house is because she is afraid she will have one of these episodes again. Hint: there are two specific diagnoses here.3. Horace sleeps a lot, has great difficulty getting out of bed in the morning, and generally does not want to do anything. He has stopped seeing friends whom he used to see often and declines all invitations to do things socially. His most common response is â€œI just do not feel like it.â€ He looks sad all the time and does not seem to take pleasure in everyday activities. This has been going on for the past two months. 4. Patricia is a 44-year-old female who reports that she has periods of time where she cannot remember what she has done. She reports that after one such period, she received a telephone call from a man who claimed to have met her in a bar where she was â€œthe life of the party.â€ She had also told the man her name was Priscilla. Patricia thinks that this is odd because she does not drink, and she is a rather shy and retiring person. However, the man had her correct telephone number and was able to give a good physical description of her. 5. Frank was attending college in San Francisco during a recent earthquake. He lived in the area that was hardest hit by the quake. Frank was not home when the earthquake hit and was not injured in any way, but when he returned home, he found his building demolished and his two roommates crushed to death. Frank immediately drove himself to the airport, bought a ticket to Boston, and got on the plane. His parents found him on their doorstep in Boston the next morning. Frank remembers nothing about the earthquake and nothing about going to college in San Francisco. The last thing he remembers is being a high school student and living with his parents in Boston. In your case study, you must incorporate research from the textbook to substantiate your diagnosis. You may also use the CSU Online Library for additional reference material if needed, but this is not required. Your response should be at least two pages in length. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Course Textbook(s) Wade, C., & Tavris, C. (2017). Psychology [VitalSource Bookshelf version] (12th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Retrieved from https://online.vitalsource.com/#/books/9781323598269