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In your opinion, is Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman such a timeless work of literature?
Readers, teachers and critics have often noted that great literature is timeless, that if it deeply touches the human heart and spirit, it can last forever. In your opinion, is Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman such a timeless work of literature? More specifically, concentrate on one of these two important themes from the play—the American Dream or parents and children—to develop and support your opinion. In an essay of approximately 750 words, argue that Death of a Salesman is or is not a timeless work of literature. Quote and develop at least two key passages, documented in MLA style. You may also use your personal experience to support your opinion, but subordinate the personal material to your analysis and evaluation of Miller’s play.
Sustainable Development Goals that were agreed upon by UN (Goal 14 , life below water)
Explain only goal 14 of the SDG (sustainable development goals) which is ‘Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development’. I will need an Introduction, body 3 and conclusion only. Body 1 and 2 is given to a partner. Intro – 500 words – General info about the ocean and water species – Introduce the SGD goal 14 which is ‘Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development’. – Why we need it in the SDG (scientific evidence) – Thesis statement Body 1 – 700 words – Goals – How to meet the goals – By when are these goals met – Extra info from UN website Body 2 – 700 words – Reasons, causes (ocean acidification, overfishing, loss of costal habitats) – Effects, impact (tables and graphs) Body 3 – 700 words – Solution on how to meet the goals – United Arab Emirates efforts to achieve those goals and actions taken to achieve this goal (from governments reports) Conclusion – 400 – 500 words – Restate thesis statement – Remind the importance of the SDG goal
review of Brenner’s story by addressing the following: • How do Brenner’s actions reflect the concepts and principles of patient advocacy? • How do Brenner’s actions reflect the concepts and principles of culturally sensitive healthcare, as described in t
PhD Level Writing Only (APA style) Needed is PhD level analysis of the following article “The Hot Spotters: Can We Lower Medical Costs by Giving the Neediest Patients Better Care?,” Gawande, A. (2011, January 4). The hot spotters: Can we lower medical costs by giving the neediest patients better care? The New Yorker. Retrieved from https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2011/01/24/the-hot-spotters In APA style write an analytical review of Brenner’s story by addressing the following: • How do Brenner’s actions reflect the concepts and principles of patient advocacy? • How do Brenner’s actions reflect the concepts and principles of culturally sensitive healthcare, as described in the readings? • How could Brenner use change management techniques to effect change in the way the patients receive care? • Perform a SWOT analysis on Brenner’s program, identifying at least one strength, one weakness, one opportunity, and one threat faced by the program. For more information about how to conduct a SWOT analysis, review the ��Conducting a SWOT Analysis” article from the supporting resources. Supporting resources: Schwartz, L. (2002). Is there an advocate in the house? The role of health care professionals in patient advocacy. Journal of Medical Ethics, 28(1), 37-40. doi:10.1136/jme.28.1.37 Ethics, 28(1), 37–40. Retrieved from https://jme.bmj.com/content/28/1/37.f Institute for Diversity in Health Management. (2013, June). Becoming a culturally competent health care organization. Retrieved from https://www.hpoe.org/Reports-HPOE/becoming_culturally_competent_health_care_organization.PDF Berry, T. (n.d.) What is a SWOT analysis. Bplans. Retrieved January 9, 2016, from https://articles.bplans.com/how-to-perform-swot-analysis/ von Kodolitsch, Y., Bernhardt, A. M., Robinson, P. N., Kölbel, T., Reichenspurner, H., Debus, S., & Detter, C. (2015). Analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats as a tool for translating evidence into individualized medical strategies (I-SWOT). Aorta, 3(3), 98–107. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4820345/
Issues of precision and confidence in determining sample size & Sample data and Hypothesis Testing
Chapter 13 Sampling : Issues of precision and confidence in determining sample size & Sample data and Hypothesis Testing please use power point to create my pressentation
Based on the readings, describe a time when you could employ the self-efficacy theory with a patient(s) in your professional practice
Question 1, Self-efficacy: Based on the readings, describe a time when you could employ the self-efficacy theory with a patient(s) in your professional practice, and describe at least 2 concepts from this theory that you would use when applying this theory. Provide reference(s) to support your statements. Question 2, Health Promotion Model: Based on the readings, list at least 3 health promotion activities directed at patients and discuss how these health promotion activities differ from disease treatment implementations. Remember to focus on positive prevention. Provide reference(s) to support your statements. Please Note: Do not regurgitate the textbook or articles. You will need to synthesize the knowledge and use your own words. Provide references to support your logic and rational. First posting (your original post) due on or before