Discuss the principles of data integrity, professional ethics, and legal requirements related to data security, regulatory requirements, confidentiality, and client’s right to privacy.

Discussions are designed to promote dialogue between faculty and students, and students and their peers. In discussions students: Demonstrate understanding of concepts for the week Integrate scholarly resources Engage in meaningful dialogue with classmates Express opinions clearly and logically, in a professional manner Use the rubric on this page as you compose your answers. Discussion Question This is the week to really see where technology and healthcare are connecting. Select ONE of the following trends and discuss your understanding of this trend in healthcare and its potential impact on your practice as a nurse. What are the legal, privacy, and ethical considerations of this trend? (Everyone attempt to choose a different topic so that we will learn about the many advancements in technology). Nanotechnology Consumer health informatics (CHI) Social media healthcare applications Health-focused wearable technology eHealth Artificial Intelligence Simulation Computerized provider order entry (CPOE) Bar Code Medication Administration (BCMA) Creative measures in healthcare for use with 3D printers Smart...
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thesis-driven essay compare two stories

Write a thesis-driven essay that compares Albert Camus’s The Stranger with another text called “everyday use” by Alice walker When you write literary analysis paper in which you are comparing texts, you should have a thesis statement at the beginning of the paper that indicates the point you will make that is the result of the comparison you made of the texts. In other words, in the writing process, before you begin to draft the essay, you make the comparisons—for example, you compare characters or settings or styles or any of the elements of fiction (how are they the same or different)—and then stop and say, “Okay, here is the point I want to make.” When you actually start to draft the essay, you then reverse things, so to speak, putting this conclusion—i.e., the thesis statement—first and then explaining to the reader how you arrived at it. Your essay should always be able to answer the “So what?” question,...
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Congo Basin Forest: Biological Workings, governance, and its future

Professor's Instructions(a bit vague) : "In this term paper, you will write and present an assessment of how a forest of your choice works, how it is changing in response to global changes, and how conservation opportunities could affect their future pathways. The forest of your choice could be a small forest near you, forests in a given state, your State, or even forests of an entire country – other options are also possible. The description of the forest of your choice should rely on the material presented in class and, therefore, include topics related to forest carbon and water cycling, biodiversity, biogeochemistry, or a combination of those. You may also include social-economic or other aspects of forests that haven’t been discussed yet. The term paper should have at least 1,500 words and as many as ten figures – although fewer figures are advised. References do not count towards the 1,500 words. " Professor recomended resources: http://www.fao.org/forest-resources-assessment/2020/en/?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social+media&utm_campaign=faoknowledge https://www.forestintegrity.com/ https://bit.ly/2U5yVhW http://thecarbonsource.org/climate_explorer/ ...
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A Doll’s House

Describe Nora and Helmer's marriage. Can their relationship be considered a good foundation for a marriage? Why or why not?( Required) Using any of the stories (or play) from the past two weeks, analyze how gender stereotypes are perpetuated within family dynamics.(Optional) According to any of the text, what does it mean to be a parent? Use specific examples to explain what it means to be either a good parent or a bad parent.(Optional) In the case of "The Future Looks Good," how does Arimah arrange the events of the story? How does the arrangement and each event relate to the protagonist's struggle? (Optional) Using the text as reference and the style in which it is written, what do we specifically know about the mother and daughter of "Girl?" What can we infer?( Optional) Choose a story with a dynamic protagonist, meaning the main character has changed over the course of the text. Explore how the character evolves over...
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Digital transformation in retail industry

need the following things 1)abstract (200-250 words) - Purpose, Research Design, Findings, Practical implications, Limitations 2)introduction 2 pages (Overall Scenario Macro to Micro, Statistics with source, Need / Rationale of the study, Purpose of the study, Explain - What , Why and How for the project selected, Research Gap identified, Research Question.  Introduce the topic.  Discuss various issues/problems.  Write about the problems you would like to address in research paper.  Write about how important it is to address the problem being addressed in research paper.  Write objectives of the study- Objectives should reflect the desired outcomes or deliverables of the project. The objective statement should be brief and focused as to what do you want to do in the given project time span. It should be given in bullet points and could be a maximum of one or two objective statements.  Write research questions  Define Hypothesis (if any)  Write about structure...
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This is an analytic essay based on a close reading of the relevant texts. This means you are to focus closely on the articles under consideration, to refer to specific passages (in the form of short quotes), and to paraphrase and explain both specific passages and larger arguments. You are allowed (but not required) to refer to ‘outside’ material (for which you must provide a citation) in order to further your analysis, but such references are not a substitute for your own thinking. Finally, the readings themselves may not always be clear, so feel free to point out when an author does not adequately explain her terms or argument.

This is an analytic essay based on a close reading of the relevant texts. This means you are to focus closely on the articles under consideration, to refer to specific passages (in the form of short quotes), and to paraphrase and explain both specific passages and larger arguments. You are allowed (but not required) to refer to ‘outside’ material (for which you must provide a citation) in order to further your analysis, but such references are not a substitute for your own thinking. Finally, the readings themselves may not always be clear, so feel free to point out when an author does not adequately explain her terms or argument. ...
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