Daily Archives: June 13, 2022

Would you characterize television programming decisions as structured or unstructured? Explain. What type of decision-making condition would you consider this to be? Explain.

Mini Case on Decision Making It’s been called one of “the entertainment industry’s biggest programming debacles.” Jay Leno moved from host of the “Tonight Show” to his own talk show, “The Jay Leno Show,” which aired at the 10 p.m. weeknight time slot. Conan O’Brien was brought on as Leno’s replacement on the “Tonight Show,” which has always aired after the local news. The Jay Leno–Conan O’Brien fiasco started with a decision by NBC executives to save some money by giving Leno one of the oldest formats in TV programming: a comedy-variety show with a comedian, a stage, guests, and in-show ads. But that decision was also a radical experiment based on a single show airing every single weeknight during prime time on a major broadcast network. This….

Introduce and explain the Fashion Minimalism , how it came to be, e.g.: origins/inception.

1.Introduce and explain the Fashion Minimalism , how it came to be, e.g.: origins/inception.

2. Identify what the Fashion Minimalism and how it encompasses sustainability in the fashion industry.

3. Provide examples of practices of the Fashion Minimalism in the fashion industry with pictures examples where applicable

4. Elaborate on how you would adopt your selected sustainable given the opportunity to oversee a project that requires the application of that Fashion Minimalism into practice, provide reasons. (Your answer must be relevant to modern applications/practices)

5. Conclude with what you have learned from your selected sustainable Fashion Minimalism and its practice in the fashion industry

An early childhood center should be welcoming and inviting to all who enter the building.

Early Childhood Center

An early childhood center should be welcoming and inviting to all who enter the building. The impression the center makes on prospective families and the community begins at the road. First impressions can set the tone for positive working relationships with all stakeholders. Think about a program you have been in on a regular basis.

Then, answer the following questions in your discussion post:

Is the building inviting? Does it really welcome children and families? Now imagine yourself inside and observing the way children are greeted. Do adults stoop down and extend a friendly welcome to the children? Are parents recognized and called by name? As you walk farther into the building, how does it look? What sounds do you hear? How does it smell?….

Develop and present a convincing and well-motivated proposal for a loan or financial investment to potential funders.

The purpose of this assessment task is to:

Develop a Business Plan which identifies, describes and analyses a business opportunity for a new entrepreneurial venture, examining its market, operating, and financial feasibility. Develop and present a convincing and well-motivated proposal for a loan or financial investment to potential funders.

The unit learning outcomes assessed are:

LO#2: Critically interrogate and evaluate the literature on entrepreneurship and apply that understanding to interpret the steps in the successful trajectory of entrepreneurial ventures; LO#3: Integrate and deconstruct knowledge and learnings from a range of contexts and disciplines to conceptually map, apply and make recommendations for the management of innovation and entrepreneurship for a given organisational context; LO#4: Demonstrate accountability in autonomous and collaborative judgements and innovative strategic thinking in response to contemporary….

John is a 20-year-old single male working as an apprentice plumber and living with his parents.

John is a 20-year-old single male working as an apprentice plumber and living with his parents. He has three other siblings. He has a diagnosis of first episode psychosis and has had couple of admissions to hospital in the context of relapse due to non-adherence to treatment. John has a history of significant trauma which he does not like to talk about. He migrated to Australia with his parents at the age of 10 after they fled from a war affected country. In his home country he was a victim of repeated horrific violent crimes which sadly resulted in the death of his sister. He was held hostage during one of these incidences. His parents described him as being mostly resentful, angry and having difficulty establishing relationship with….

How could Marshall adjust his style of conflict management to accommodate cultural values and principles of Lisa and her family?

Marshall is a support worker for a disability organisation. One of the people the organisation supports, Lisa, is Vietnamese. Lisa lives at home with her parents and grandparents, and she is 40.

Lisa has an intellectual disability. This can cause her to be verbally abusive and aggressive when under stress. When she is stressed, Lisa also has difficulty speaking or comprehending English.

Marshall visits Lisa at home. He casually suggests that Lisa may feel more self-sufficient living in an independent living arrangement, with supported care. Lisa and her parents immediately become very angry towards Marshall. Lisa starts yelling at him in Vietnamese.

1.How could Marshall adjust his style of conflict management to accommodate cultural values and principles of Lisa and her family? (Approx. 130 words).

2.How could Marshall….

What indicators could Anna use to evaluate Sammy’s behaviour?

Sammy is 16. He uses methamphetamine and has a number of criminal convictions. Sammy’s caseworker, Anna, meets with Sammy once a week to review his progress. Sammy’s core goals are to stop using methamphetamine, and to find employment as a carpenter. Sammy struggles to stop using as all his friends use the drug. Anna has seen improvements in Sammy’s behaviour and progress; however, during one session, Sammy is very agitated and aggressive towards Anna. Anna feels physically threatened. Sammy is pacing the room. He hits the table, and stands over Anna telling her he wants to ‘smash’ her glasses.

1.What indicators could Anna use to evaluate Sammy’s behaviour? (Approx. 25 words).

2.What indicators can Anna use to evaluate Sammy’s interactions? (Approx. 30 words).

3.How can Anna ensure the….

Describe and discuss the interplay of personal and professional values to enable the experience of engaging in therapeutic relationships with consumers, family, peers and community

Assessment – PowerPoint presentation with narration

Addresses learning outcomes:

1. Actively identify and moderate the impact of bias and stigma on therapeutic use of self

2. Describe and discuss the interplay of personal and professional values to enable the experience of engaging in therapeutic relationships with consumers, family, peers and community

Assessment details:

Students are required to create a poster presentation using the PowerPoint platform with five (5) minutes of narration that will be electronically submitted to Canvas. Please include an image within your presentation that represents a bias/stigma that could negatively affect the therapeutic relationship between the healthcare consumer and healthcare professional. Explain the relevance of the image in relation to the ‘therapeutic use of self’. This discussion should be supported by outlining interpersonal and communication strategies….

Jerry and Joe have both suffered heart attacks. Jerry, upon advice from his physician, started exercising, changed his dietary intake, entered stress reduction classes, and returned to work 6 weeks after his heart attack.

Jerry and Joe have both suffered heart attacks. Jerry, upon advice from his physician, started exercising, changed his dietary intake, entered stress reduction classes, and returned to work 6 weeks after his heart attack. He has a positive outlook, is doing well, and talks about being “well.” Joe also changed his dietary habits and started exercising. However, Joe has been unable to quit smoking even though he wants to and has been advised to do so. Joe is frequently despondent, is very fearful of having another heart attack, has not yet returned to work, and frequently talks about being “ill.”

1. How does Jerry’s psychologic dimension of health status differ from Joe’s?

2. Both Jerry and Joe have heart disease. Jerry considers himself “well” whereas Joe considers himself….

Mr John Hemsley, 56 years old, presented to his general practitioner (GP) with a three-month history of constipation and abdominal discomfort.

Case Study Mr John Hemsley, 56 years old, presented to his general practitioner (GP) with a three-month history of constipation and abdominal discomfort. More recently he has felt very fatigued and has been experiencing lower abdominal pain. In the weeks prior consulting the GP, Mr Hemsley noticed his stools were long and narrow with small amounts of bright blood on the toilet paper. He ignored these signs and symptoms as he was too embarrassed to talk about them. The GP performed a digital rectal examination to rule out the haemorrhoids. The findings were a firm irregular non capsulated mass in John’s rectum. The GP arranged a consultation with a gastrointestinal specialist. The specialist scheduled a colonoscopy for John the following week. During the colonoscopy, a biopsy was taken….