Description 510 Dis (Eman) The Saudi Food and Drug Authority and the Ministry of Health have objectives as a component of Saudi Vision 2030’s healthcare strategy. The National Transformation Program of Saudi Arabia provided guidance for the establishment of the healthcare goals for the country’s vision in 2030(Ali, 2018). The goals include optimizing resource use, promoting global and local development and training, strengthening hospital safety standards, and enhancing public health services targeting smoking and obesity.(Vraga & Jacobsen, 2020) When building a safety culture for healthcare institutions in Saudi Arabia, it is crucial to consider communication, awareness of safety culture, and adherence to legal working conditions as the most important factors(Chakraborty et al., 2017). The patient safety culture at a healthcare institution in Saudi Arabia that I was familiar with exhibited both deficiencies and strengths. Inefficacious leadership, deficient communication, and a culture of assigning blame all contributed to the situation(Ali, 2018). The presence of certain factors significantly hindered the development of a patient safety culture in the area. The patient’s well-being was severely compromised due to the healthcare providers’ failure to interact with each other in an efficient manner(Ali, 2018). Medical errors, which were frequently recorded, caused harm to patients’ well-being. End-oflife decision-making is strongly rooted in Indian culture, exerting a significant influence on the healthcare system in India. Elderly individuals tend to rely on their relatives rather than making autonomous judgments(Ali, 2018). The healthcare institutions in Saudi Arabia possess multiple systems that require modification. The initial stage of the process involves identifying methods to ensure that healthcare personnel can interact efficiently with each other. Active listening is a crucial component of successful communication(Ali, 2018). For healthcare practitioners to properly communicate, they must actively engage in the practice of active listening. It is necessary to have a more comprehensive comprehension of their communication methods(Vraga & Jacobsen, 2020). In the healthcare business, asking questions is a widely used approach to build unambiguous channels of communication. In order to enhance their comprehension of the issues they are attempting to resolve; healthcare practitioners must pose a greater number of inquiries(Chakraborty et al., 2017). When making judgments based on the patient’s choices, Indian culture should prioritize the safety and well-being of the patient. There is an urgent requirement to implement a new legislation that safeguards the rights of patients from the influence of cultural factors. These standards are necessary for enhancing the culture of patient safety(Chakraborty et al., 2017). Dis 2(wejdan) Factors Influencing the Formation of the Saudi Patient Safety Center Saudi Arabia, like many other nations, faced difficulties in maintaining patient safety before the formation of the Saudi Patient Safety Center (SPSC) in 2017. Many causes led to the founding of the SPSC, such as the growing awareness of medical errors as a major cause of harm and the global focus on patient safety. The SPSC developed as a vital initiative to meet the goal of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, a national transformation plan focused on at improving the healthcare system. Moreover, the alignment of the SPSC with international patient safety efforts highlights Saudi Arabia’s priority to enhancing the quality of healthcare (The Saudi Patient Safety Center, 2019). Saudi Patient Safety Center Compared to Global Patient Safety Culture Development The establishment and goals of the Saudi Patient Safety Center (SPSC), according to Alaska and Alkutbe (2023), are in line with a global movement towards a more robust patient safety culture. This alignment can be observed in several ways. The primary objectives of the worldwide and SPSC movements are to improve patient outcomes and reduce avoidable damage. Furthermore, the SPSC’s focus on cooperation with national and international organizations is consistent with worldwide initiatives to share knowledge and best practices. The SPSC’s emphasis on data collecting and analysis is also compatible with the global practice of identifying and resolving patient safety issues through data. This foreign viewpoint presents the SPSC as a major force behind Saudi Arabia’s advancement of patient safety (Alaska & Alkutbe, 2023). Saudi Patient Safety Center Initiative Supporting Saudi Vision 2030 By improving patient safety and healthcare efficiency, the Choosing Wisely initiative—which has been promoted by the Saudi Patient Safety Center since 2019— aligns with the health goals of Saudi Vision 2030. By highlighting the significance of preventing harm and issues from needless medical procedures, drugs, radiation, and test requests, as well as cutting costs, it encourages doctors and patients to make educated decisions. All recommendations are supported by evidence and are designed to increase the value of health care by cutting waste and improving quality. By minimizing pointless and low-value interventions and involving people in their healthcare decisions, the Choosing Wisely program can assist doctors in providing higher-value care (Alsagheir et al., 2022). Progress Toward Patient Safety Culture in Saudi Arabia The patient safety culture at community pharmacies in the Southern Region of Saudi Arabia was evaluated by Easwaran et al. (2023). The study found that when an antibiotic restriction policy was put in place, pharmacists showed an improvement in terms of their enhanced understanding of the proper use of antibiotics and their cautious prescription practices. This is a big change since it lowers the chance of antibiotic resistance and bad drug reactions, which makes the patient environment safer in the long run (Easwaran et al., 2023). The study suggests broader implications for drug management beyond antibiotics, highlighting the substantial impact of pharmacists’ knowledge and awareness on antibiotic prescribing patterns. By enabling pharmacists to take a more proactive role in guaranteeing the safe and appropriate use of all medications, hospitals can take advantage of these findings. This may include assigning pharmacists more duties, such as reviewing medications, educating patients on how to take them correctly, and working with doctors to make prescribing decisions. Pharmacists can improve medication safety generally and contribute to a better patient safety culture by supporting reasonable prescribing practices and patient education (Easwaran et al., 2023). 515 Dis 1(sara) Effective management of a healthcare organization requires a comprehensive understanding of its financial health. Financial analysis, which involves evaluating the financial state of a business, is of utmost importance in this regard. Two critical ratios utilized to assess the financial of a healthcare organization are the current ratio and the debt-to-equity ratio. The current ratio and debt-to-equity ratio are crucial financial indicators for healthcare organizations. The current ratio is a financial metric that measures a company’s ability to pay off its short-term liabilities with its short-term assets. Also measures an organization’s ability to meet short-term obligations using its current assets, indicating liquidity and short-term solvency. However, it doesn’t consider asset quality and may not be suitable for healthcare due to lower liquidity in certain assets. And has limitations as it does not take into account the quality or marketability of current assets. Disregards the temporal distribution of cash flows, which can have an effect on the availability of liquid assets. (American Medical Information Association, Financial and Operating Ratios as Performance Measures) The debt-to-equity ratio is a financial measure that compares a healthcare organization’s total liabilities to its total shareholder equity. It helps analyze the organization’s capital structure and assesses its reliance on debt financing. A lower ratio indicates a stronger financial position and better solvency risk. However, it doesn’t account for future liabilities and debt tolerance varies across industries. A high ratio may be acceptable in healthcare due to high upfront costs. (Akinleye, D. D., et al. 2019) In summary, the two ratios being discussed are the current ratio and the debt-toequity ratio.These selected ratios use to assess the financial condition of the healthcare industry.Nevertheless, it is crucial to take into account additional financial indicators and carry out thorough research in order to gain a complete understanding of the financial well-being of the organization. Healthcare companies might employ financial ratios as a preliminary measure in completing a comprehensive financial analysis. By considering trends, industry standards, and other criteria, these organizations may make informed decisions about how to allocate resources and ensure long-term sustainability. (Akinleye, D. et al. 2019). Dis2 (Eman) Several ratios can be employed to evaluate the financial state of a healthcare organization. The current ratio, debt-to-equity ratio, and interest coverage ratio are three crucial financial statistics. The current ratio is a metric that assesses a company’s capacity to meet its immediate financial obligations. The calculation involves dividing a company’s current assets by its current liabilities(Arhinful & Radmehr, 2023). If a corporation has a current ratio of less than 1.0, it suggests that the company would face challenges in meeting its short-term financial obligations. The debt-to-equity ratio quantifies the level of financial leverage employed by a corporation. The calculation involves dividing the total liabilities of a corporation by its entire shareholder equity. A debt-to-equity ratio below 1.0 signifies that a firm relies mostly on equity for financing, whilst a ratio above 1.0 shows that a corporation relies predominantly on debt for financing(Debt-to-Equity (D/E) Ratio Formula and How to Interpret It, 2024). The interest coverage ratio is a metric that gauges a company’s capacity to meet its interest obligations. The calculation involves dividing a company’s profits before interest and taxes (EBIT) by its interest expenses. A corporation with an interest coverage ratio below 1.0 may face challenges in meeting its interest expenses(Meryana & Setiany, 2021). These ratios are crucial for comprehending the financial state of a healthcare organization as they offer insights into the company’s liquidity, financial leverage, and capacity to repay its debt. Nevertheless, it is important to avoid relying just on these ratios and instead analyze them alongside other financial data in order to have a comprehensive understanding of a company’s financial state(Ketan Shah, 2020). In this research, I will utilize financial ratios to evaluate the financial state of HCA Healthcare, Inc. (NYSE: HCA(Haadsma, 2016)). HCA Healthcare, Inc. is a healthcare services corporation that manages hospitals, independent surgery centers, and urgent care centers. HCA Healthcare, Inc. had a total of 177 hospitals and 119 freestanding surgery centers in operation throughout the United States as of December 31, 2019. HCA Healthcare, Inc. had a current ratio of 1.61 as of December 31, 2019. This indicates that the company’s current assets exceeded its current liabilities by a ratio of 1.61 to 1. The current ratio of the company is robust, suggesting that it possesses ample liquidity to fulfill its immediate financial obligations(Haadsma, 2016). HCA Healthcare, Inc. had a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.68 as of December 31, 2019. This indicates that the corporation’s debt-to-equity ratio was 0.68, meaning that for every $1.00 of equity, the company had $0.68 of debt. The company has a relatively low debt-to-equity ratio, suggesting that it is mostly funded through stock(Appelbaum et al., 2021). HCA Healthcare, Inc. had an interest coverage ratio of 4.54 as of December 31, 2019. This indicates that the company’s earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) were $4.54 for every $1.00 spent on interest expenses. This is a robust interest coverage ratio, showing that the company has ample earnings to meet its interest expenditures(Haadsma, 2016). In summary, the financial statistics suggest that HCA Healthcare, Inc. is a robustly solvent corporation. The company possesses a robust liquidity position, minimal leverage, and commendable interest coverage(Meryana & Setiany, 2021). Purchase answer to see full attachment

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510
Dis (Eman)
The Saudi Food and Drug Authority and the Ministry of Health have objectives as a
component of Saudi Vision 2030’s healthcare strategy. The National Transformation Program
of Saudi Arabia provided guidance for the establishment of the healthcare goals for the
country’s vision in 2030(Ali, 2018).
The goals include optimizing resource use, promoting global and local development and
training, strengthening hospital safety standards, and enhancing public health services
targeting smoking and obesity.(Vraga & Jacobsen, 2020) When building a safety culture for
healthcare institutions in Saudi Arabia, it is crucial to consider communication, awareness of
safety culture, and adherence to legal working conditions as the most important
factors(Chakraborty et al., 2017).
The patient safety culture at a healthcare institution in Saudi Arabia that I was familiar with
exhibited both deficiencies and strengths. Inefficacious leadership, deficient communication,
and a culture of assigning blame all contributed to the situation(Ali, 2018). The presence of
certain factors significantly hindered the development of a patient safety culture in the area.
The patient’s well-being was severely compromised due to the healthcare providers’ failure
to interact with each other in an efficient manner(Ali, 2018).
Medical errors, which were frequently recorded, caused harm to patients’ well-being. End-oflife decision-making is strongly rooted in Indian culture, exerting a significant influence on
the healthcare system in India. Elderly individuals tend to rely on their relatives rather than
making autonomous judgments(Ali, 2018).
The healthcare institutions in Saudi Arabia possess multiple systems that require
modification. The initial stage of the process involves identifying methods to ensure that
healthcare personnel can interact efficiently with each other. Active listening is a crucial
component of successful communication(Ali, 2018). For healthcare practitioners to properly
communicate, they must actively engage in the practice of active listening. It is necessary to
have a more comprehensive comprehension of their communication methods(Vraga &
Jacobsen, 2020).
In the healthcare business, asking questions is a widely used approach to build unambiguous
channels of communication. In order to enhance their comprehension of the issues they are
attempting to resolve; healthcare practitioners must pose a greater number of
inquiries(Chakraborty et al., 2017). When making judgments based on the patient’s choices,
Indian culture should prioritize the safety and well-being of the patient. There is an urgent
requirement to implement a new legislation that safeguards the rights of patients from the
influence of cultural factors. These standards are necessary for enhancing the culture of
patient safety(Chakraborty et al., 2017).
Dis 2(wejdan)
Factors Influencing the Formation of the Saudi Patient Safety Center
Saudi Arabia, like many other nations, faced difficulties in maintaining patient
safety before the formation of the Saudi Patient Safety Center (SPSC) in 2017. Many
causes led to the founding of the SPSC, such as the growing awareness of medical
errors as a major cause of harm and the global focus on patient safety. The SPSC
developed as a vital initiative to meet the goal of Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030, a
national transformation plan focused on at improving the healthcare system.
Moreover, the alignment of the SPSC with international patient safety efforts
highlights Saudi Arabia’s priority to enhancing the quality of healthcare (The Saudi
Patient Safety Center, 2019).
Saudi Patient Safety Center Compared to Global Patient Safety Culture
Development
The establishment and goals of the Saudi Patient Safety Center (SPSC),
according to Alaska and Alkutbe (2023), are in line with a global movement towards
a more robust patient safety culture. This alignment can be observed in several ways.
The primary objectives of the worldwide and SPSC movements are to improve patient
outcomes and reduce avoidable damage. Furthermore, the SPSC’s focus on
cooperation with national and international organizations is consistent with worldwide
initiatives to share knowledge and best practices. The SPSC’s emphasis on data
collecting and analysis is also compatible with the global practice of identifying and
resolving patient safety issues through data. This foreign viewpoint presents the SPSC
as a major force behind Saudi Arabia’s advancement of patient safety (Alaska &
Alkutbe, 2023).
Saudi Patient Safety Center Initiative Supporting Saudi Vision 2030
By improving patient safety and healthcare efficiency, the Choosing Wisely
initiative—which has been promoted by the Saudi Patient Safety Center since 2019—
aligns with the health goals of Saudi Vision 2030. By highlighting the significance of
preventing harm and issues from needless medical procedures, drugs, radiation, and
test requests, as well as cutting costs, it encourages doctors and patients to make
educated decisions. All recommendations are supported by evidence and are designed
to increase the value of health care by cutting waste and improving quality. By
minimizing pointless and low-value interventions and involving people in their
healthcare decisions, the Choosing Wisely program can assist doctors in providing
higher-value care (Alsagheir et al., 2022).
Progress Toward Patient Safety Culture in Saudi Arabia
The patient safety culture at community pharmacies in the Southern Region of
Saudi Arabia was evaluated by Easwaran et al. (2023). The study found that when an
antibiotic restriction policy was put in place, pharmacists showed an improvement in
terms of their enhanced understanding of the proper use of antibiotics and their
cautious prescription practices. This is a big change since it lowers the chance of
antibiotic resistance and bad drug reactions, which makes the patient environment
safer in the long run (Easwaran et al., 2023).
The study suggests broader implications for drug management beyond antibiotics,
highlighting the substantial impact of pharmacists’ knowledge and awareness on
antibiotic prescribing patterns. By enabling pharmacists to take a more proactive role
in guaranteeing the safe and appropriate use of all medications, hospitals can take
advantage of these findings. This may include assigning pharmacists more duties,
such as reviewing medications, educating patients on how to take them correctly, and
working with doctors to make prescribing decisions. Pharmacists can improve
medication safety generally and contribute to a better patient safety culture by
supporting reasonable prescribing practices and patient education (Easwaran et al.,
2023).
515
Dis 1(sara)
Effective management of a healthcare organization requires a comprehensive
understanding of its financial health. Financial analysis, which involves evaluating the
financial state of a business, is of utmost importance in this regard. Two critical ratios
utilized to assess the financial of a healthcare organization are the current ratio and the
debt-to-equity ratio. The current ratio and debt-to-equity ratio are crucial financial
indicators for healthcare organizations. The current ratio is a financial metric that
measures a company’s ability to pay off its short-term liabilities with its short-term
assets. Also measures an organization’s ability to meet short-term obligations using its
current assets, indicating liquidity and short-term solvency. However, it doesn’t
consider asset quality and may not be suitable for healthcare due to lower liquidity in
certain assets. And has limitations as it does not take into account the quality or
marketability of current assets. Disregards the temporal distribution of cash flows,
which can have an effect on the availability of liquid assets. (American Medical
Information Association, Financial and Operating Ratios as Performance Measures)
The debt-to-equity ratio is a financial measure that compares a healthcare
organization’s total liabilities to its total shareholder equity. It helps analyze the
organization’s capital structure and assesses its reliance on debt financing. A lower
ratio indicates a stronger financial position and better solvency risk. However, it
doesn’t account for future liabilities and debt tolerance varies across industries. A high
ratio may be acceptable in healthcare due to high upfront costs. (Akinleye, D. D., et
al. 2019)
In summary, the two ratios being discussed are the current ratio and the debt-toequity ratio.These selected ratios use to assess the financial condition of the
healthcare industry.Nevertheless, it is crucial to take into account additional financial
indicators and carry out thorough research in order to gain a complete understanding
of the financial well-being of the organization. Healthcare companies might employ
financial ratios as a preliminary measure in completing a comprehensive financial
analysis. By considering trends, industry standards, and other criteria, these
organizations may make informed decisions about how to allocate resources and
ensure long-term sustainability. (Akinleye, D. et al. 2019).
Dis2 (Eman)
Several ratios can be employed to evaluate the financial state of a healthcare organization.
The current ratio, debt-to-equity ratio, and interest coverage ratio are three crucial financial
statistics.
The current ratio is a metric that assesses a company’s capacity to meet its immediate
financial obligations. The calculation involves dividing a company’s current assets by its
current liabilities(Arhinful & Radmehr, 2023). If a corporation has a current ratio of less than
1.0, it suggests that the company would face challenges in meeting its short-term financial
obligations. The debt-to-equity ratio quantifies the level of financial leverage employed by a
corporation. The calculation involves dividing the total liabilities of a corporation by its entire
shareholder equity. A debt-to-equity ratio below 1.0 signifies that a firm relies mostly on
equity for financing, whilst a ratio above 1.0 shows that a corporation relies predominantly
on debt for financing(Debt-to-Equity (D/E) Ratio Formula and How to Interpret It, 2024).
The interest coverage ratio is a metric that gauges a company’s capacity to meet its interest
obligations. The calculation involves dividing a company’s profits before interest and taxes
(EBIT) by its interest expenses. A corporation with an interest coverage ratio below 1.0 may
face challenges in meeting its interest expenses(Meryana & Setiany, 2021).
These ratios are crucial for comprehending the financial state of a healthcare organization as
they offer insights into the company’s liquidity, financial leverage, and capacity to repay its
debt. Nevertheless, it is important to avoid relying just on these ratios and instead analyze
them alongside other financial data in order to have a comprehensive understanding of a
company’s financial state(Ketan Shah, 2020). In this research, I will utilize financial ratios to
evaluate the financial state of HCA Healthcare, Inc. (NYSE: HCA(Haadsma, 2016)). HCA
Healthcare, Inc. is a healthcare services corporation that manages hospitals, independent
surgery centers, and urgent care centers. HCA Healthcare, Inc. had a total of 177 hospitals
and 119 freestanding surgery centers in operation throughout the United States as of
December 31, 2019. HCA Healthcare, Inc. had a current ratio of 1.61 as of December 31,
2019. This indicates that the company’s current assets exceeded its current liabilities by a
ratio of 1.61 to 1. The current ratio of the company is robust, suggesting that it possesses
ample liquidity to fulfill its immediate financial obligations(Haadsma, 2016).
HCA Healthcare, Inc. had a debt-to-equity ratio of 0.68 as of December 31, 2019. This
indicates that the corporation’s debt-to-equity ratio was 0.68, meaning that for every $1.00
of equity, the company had $0.68 of debt. The company has a relatively low debt-to-equity
ratio, suggesting that it is mostly funded through stock(Appelbaum et al., 2021). HCA
Healthcare, Inc. had an interest coverage ratio of 4.54 as of December 31, 2019. This
indicates that the company’s earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) were $4.54 for every
$1.00 spent on interest expenses. This is a robust interest coverage ratio, showing that the
company has ample earnings to meet its interest expenditures(Haadsma, 2016).
In summary, the financial statistics suggest that HCA Healthcare, Inc. is a robustly solvent
corporation. The company possesses a robust liquidity position, minimal leverage, and
commendable interest coverage(Meryana & Setiany, 2021).

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RELIGIOUS BELIEFS IN THE WORKPLACE After the Affordable Care Act passed, the for-profit Holly Lobby corporation sued the government on the basis of the religious beliefs of its owners who did not believe in birth control.  Hobby Lobby won the lawsuit and was granted an exemption from that portion of the ACA which included employee-covered birth control.  In a related case, a Colorado baker won a lawsuit that was brought against him by a homosexual couple when the baker refused, on the basis of his religious beliefs, to bake a wedding cake for the couple.  In other cases in this general topic, doctors, government employees, and healthcare providers have brought or been the target of lawsuits when they refuse to or are forced to provide services that conflict with their religious beliefs.  When choosing this topic, note that it is easy to get distracted by your feelings on this issue.  Try to step back from any strong feelings you have and approach the topic by narrowing in on a specific right or duty or obligation and whether it is moral to grant or deny a right or duty or force a specific behavior.  Links to an external site. to an external site. -Links to an external site. control/burwellLinks to an external site. -Links to an external site. vLinks to an external site. -Links to an external site. hobbyLinks to an external site. lobby#:~:text=Hobby%20Lobby%20ruling%2C%20on%20June%2030%2C%202Links to an external site. 014%2C%20the,five%20or%20fewer%20people%20own%20more%20than%205 Links to an external site. 0%25Links to an external site. .Links to an external site.   to an external site.  Links to an external site. 10/D0DF6C2495654F4BPQ/8?accountid=32521Links to an external site.   to an external site.  Links to an external site.   The Week 3 written assignment should be an essay on Religious Beliefs in the workplace and include the following sections with headings in bold font:   Part 1: Introduction, Case Study, Ethical Question In this section, present an introduction to the general topic, explain the case study, identify the central moral controversy at stake, and articulate an ethical question that describes the central moral controversy at stake. This section must include one quote from one of the resources provided with the case study. To complete this section, · Choose a case study from the selection provided by your instructor in the Week 3 announcement titled “Week 3 Case Studies.” · Present a brief introduction to the case study. · Discuss background information. · Identify the central moral controversy at stake in the case study. · Articulate an ethical question based on the central moral controversy. This section should be around 300 words.   Part 2: Reading Philosophy Reflection In this section, choose one of the philosophical texts associated with your chosen ethical theory listed in the  Philosophical Texts  Download Philosophical Texts document. Copy and paste the text into this section of the paper. After applying the reading philosophy steps from the Week 1 discussion, · Explain the key ideas in the text. · Discuss how your understanding of the text evolved after multiple reads. This section should be around 150 words (excluding the philosophical text).   Part 3: Explanation of Utilitarianism or Deontology In this section, describe the ethical theory of utilitarianism or deontology and explain its core principles. This section must include one quote from the provided resources on the ethical theory. To complete this section, · Discuss the historical background of the ethical theory and the philosopher(s) associated with it. · Explain the core moral principle of the theory, or if there is more than one, the principle that you will focus on in applying that theory to your question. · Demonstrate how the theory and its core moral principle(s) apply to an ethical question that is different than the topic of your case study. For example, what would deontologists say about the morality of lying, and what principle would support their statement; what would utilitarians say about the morality of using animals in medical research, and what principle would support their statement? This section should be around 350 words.   Part 4: Application of Ethical Theory In this section, apply the core principle(s) you articulated above to the central moral controversy in the case study. · Explain how the core principle(s) of the ethical theory apply to the case study. This might include considering which facts or features of the case study lend themselves to analysis by the ethical theory. · Apply the core principles of the theory to the central moral controversy in the case study by showing how someone using the theory would answer the ethical question addressed by your case study. This section should be around 350 words.  

RELIGIOUS BELIEFS IN THE WORKPLACE After the Affordable Care Act passed, the for-profit Holly Lobby corporation sued the government on the basis of the religious beliefs of its owners who did not believe in birth control.  Hobby Lobby won the lawsuit and was granted an exemption from that portion of the

see attached  BUSI 675 Discussion Assignment Instructions The student must then post 2 replies of at least 300 words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of the assigned Module: Week. For each thread, students must support their assertions with at least 1 scholarly citations in APA format and incorporate Scriptural or Biblical principles and experience. Each reply must incorporate at least 1 scholarly citation(s) in APA format. Any sources cited must have been published within the last five years. Acceptable sources include the course textbook, the Bible, or peer-reviewed journal published within the past five years. Include clear topic sentences for each paragraph, supporting sentences, and a conclusion sentence/paragraph.

see attached  BUSI 675 Discussion Assignment Instructions The student must then post 2 replies of at least 300 words by 11:59 p.m. (ET) on Sunday of the assigned Module: Week. For each thread, students must support their assertions with at least 1 scholarly citations in APA format and incorporate Scriptural

see attached  BUSI 675 Case Study Assignment Instructions Overview The student will complete 4 Case Study assignments, answering questions from the assigned case at the end of the respective textbook chapter. Instructions Each case study must be a minimum of 4-7 pages of original discussion and analysis, not counting the title page, reference page, figures, tables, and appendixes. The statements in each Case Study must be supported by biblical integration and at least 2 scholarly references, cited throughout the narrative and placed on the reference list in the APA format. Case Study assigned questions are listed in the chart below. Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool. The tool is a starting point for instructors to check overall Academic Integrity and higher scores generally indicate a higher probability of Academic Misconduct. The higher a score the higher the probability that there are too high a percentage of quotations included in the narrative, and/or there are passages that have not been properly cited. Case Study: Decision-Making Assignment Case 5.2 Eurowatch Company (from your Albright & Winston textbook) See on page 239-240 of textbook

see attached  BUSI 675 Case Study Assignment Instructions Overview The student will complete 4 Case Study assignments, answering questions from the assigned case at the end of the respective textbook chapter. Instructions Each case study must be a minimum of 4-7 pages of original discussion and analysis, not counting the

  Assignment Overview This essay exam requires you to reflect critically on the texts we have read in the first three modules of this course. You will choose  TWO  texts that we have read and develop three paragraphs that help you to  differentiate the works based on a thematic issue. Be sure to follow the instructions below for what to address in each paragraph. For example, you will NOT include an introductory paragraph in your exercise; dive right into your analysis.   Directions Paragraphs One and Two Dedicate one full paragraph to each text you choose. What aspect of each work’s handling of this topic, motif, or theme is the most important to analyze? Why? What does it reveal about the characters or their relationships with one another and, based on your close reading, what broader idea is each short story expressing about the topic, motif or theme? That is, what social or philosophical commentary does the work offer via its handling of this topic, motif, or theme? In each paragraph, be sure: · to include a topic sentence that frames your discussion as an analysis of the handling of the topic, theme, or motif in each work; · to convey at least one well-situated textual or concrete narrative detail from the work under consideration that you believe sheds light on your topic, theme, or motif; · to analyze or close read that evidence by explaining what it reveals about the story’s characters or their relationships in relation to your topic, theme, or motif; · to close each paragraph by stepping back from your close reading to make an inference on its bases as to what idea the work expresses through its handling of this theme, topic, or motif. Other things to consider: · Counterintuitive findings, ones that reveal something about the evidence and short story that go beyond simply paraphrasing, will be the most highly valued. Try to use your close attention to the evidence to make your discussion of the question as nuanced as possible in each paragraph. · You may focus your discussion on an important narrative detail (or small set of such details), but if you quote from a story at length, be sure to pay particular attention to the language of the passage that you cite, especially its use of figurative language or analogies, its tone, its style, and/or the writer’s specific word choices within it. Do not discuss these elements for their own sake; show how they help you to answer the overarching questions. In other words, explain how the short story’s language (or at least the translation’s language) helps you to begin to answer these questions. · You may refer back to your first paragraph in your second paragraph. However, save any comparative analysis for your third paragraph. See below.  Paragraph Three  In this paragraph, further differentiate the ideas each work expresses about the shared topic, theme, or motif by expanding on your preceding discussions with a brief contrastive analysis. That is, put those preceding analyses into conversation with one another. What’s further revealed about the difference in each work’s social or philosophical commentary by juxtaposing the works? Don’t just assert, explain. Develop a nuanced claim that differentiates the ideational content of the two works in terms of the point of contrast (i.e. the shared topic, motif, or theme). GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS · Format: 12 pt. Times New Roman, double-spaced · Heading: Use the MLA four-line header and create a title for your essay · Length: Each paragraph should be approximately 200 words (but no more than 350 words) · Citations: Use MLA in-text citations for textual evidence

  Assignment Overview This essay exam requires you to reflect critically on the texts we have read in the first three modules of this course. You will choose  TWO  texts that we have read and develop three paragraphs that help you to  differentiate the works based on a thematic issue. Be sure to

Current Issues For this assignment, you are to find a news article that discusses or depicts a current issue involving older adults, provide a summary of the article, how it relates to the class topic, and your thoughts/opinion/questions after reading the article. You are welcome to find articles in local/national news, pop culture news, etc. I just ask that the article is no more than 5 years old. Submit your assignment as a Word document. You will receive full credit for the assignment if you include the following: • The link to the article (2 point) • The year the article was published (2 point) • The article is no more than 5 years old (2 point) • The submission clearly indicates separated sections for the article summary, relation to the readingsand videos, and your thoughts and opinions, [see Current Issues template for example (2 points) • Each section (summary; relating article to readings and videos; your thoughts/opinions/questions) contains no more than 5 sentences that are written clearly and contain little to no grammatical errors (5 points) • Identify how this article relates to the class readings/videos from the week (5 points) • Your thoughts, opinions, or questions after reading the article (4 points) Videos and Readings: 1. 2. page 128-129 3. Health Literacy, Health Disparities, and Sources of Health Information in U.S. Older Adults. Cutilli et al., 2018.pdf FORMAT: Current Issues #[Insert Current Issues #]: [Insert Topic of the week] Article Link: [Insert article link] Year of article publication: [year] Summary: [No more than 5 sentences summarizing the article with little to no grammatical errors] Relating article to readings/videos: [No more than 5 sentences relating this article to the topic of the week*]. *Do not just say that the article relates to the weekly topic (e.g., “the article on exercise in old age relates to this weeks topic because it is about physical heath,disease, and longevity”). Rather, talk about how the concepts you read about in the article relate to what you learned about in your assigned readings/videos from that week. My thoughts/opinions/questions: [insert your thoughts/opinions/questions].

Current Issues For this assignment, you are to find a news article that discusses or depicts a current issue involving older adults, provide a summary of the article, how it relates to the class topic, and your thoughts/opinion/questions after reading the article. You are welcome to find articles in local/national

Check file POS2041: U.S. Government Valencia College Dr. Paul Labedz FINAL EXAM Directions: Please provide DETAILED type written responses to five questions: three questions from section 1 and two questions from section 2. Each response will be evaluated on a scale of 0-20 (Total points available: 100) Answers will be submitted via the Canvas assignment submission function. Please do not send an attachment with a .wps suffix. I cannot open these files. The due date can be found within the course syllabus and in a course announcement. DO NOT PLAGARIZE. YOU WILL FAIL THE COURSE IF YOU PLAGARIZE ON THIS EXAM. USE OF TOOLS RELATED TO ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) IS CONSIDERED PLAGIARISM. Section 1: Answer THREE of the following questions: 1) Where do people get their opinions about politics, and what are the forces that shape those opinions? 2) How do interest groups influence public policy? 3) How have the role and place of political parties in American politics changed during the past two centuries? 4) What role have minor parties, often called third parties, played in American history? 5) How does the campaign for the presidency differ from campaigns for other offices that are less visible, powerful, and prestigious? Section 2: Answer TWO of the following questions: 6) Many Americans praise the president when the economy is healthy and blame him when the economy is unhealthy. Does the president have effective control over the economy? Are Americans mistaken when they praise or blame the president? Are presidents at least partly responsible for this? 7) What are the respective roles of the president and Congress in producing the federal budget each year? 8) Is American sovereignty threatened by the economic and political changes in the world political environment? Suggest specific ways by which this sovereignty may be compromised. 9) Is it fair to say that the United States has been an expansionist power throughout its history?

Check file POS2041: U.S. Government Valencia College Dr. Paul Labedz FINAL EXAM Directions: Please provide DETAILED type written responses to five questions: three questions from section 1 and two questions from section 2. Each response will be evaluated on a scale of 0-20 (Total points available: 100) Answers will be

Week 6 Case Study Template Read the case study listed below. You must use at least one scholarly reference to provide pathophysiology statements. For this class, use of the textbook for pathophysiology statements is acceptable. You may also use an appropriate evidence-based journal. You must use the current Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) for the Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes -Abridged for Primary Care Providers provided by the American Diabetes Association to determine the patient’s type of diabetes and answer the treatment recommendation questions. The most current guideline can be found at the following web address: to an external site. At the website, locate the current year’s CPG for use. Proper APA format (in-text citations, reference page, spelling, English language, and grammar) must be used. Case Study Scenario Chief Complaint J.T. is a 48-year old male who presents to the primary care clinic with fatigue, weight loss, and extreme thirst and increased appetite. History of Present Illness J.T. has been in his usual state of health until three weeks ago when he began experiencing symptoms of fatigue, weight loss, and extreme thirst. He reports that he would like to begin a walking program, but he feels too fatigued to walk at any point during the day. Now he is very concerned about gaining more weight since he is eating more. He reports insomnia due to having to get up and urinate greater than 4 times per night. Past Medical History  Hypertension Hyperlipidemia Obesity Family History Both parents deceased Brother: Type 2 diabetes  Social History Denies smoking Denies alcohol or recreational drug use Landscaper   Allergies No Known Drug Allergies  Medications Lisinopril 20 mg once daily by mouth Atorvastatin 20 mg once daily by mouth Aspirin 81 mg once daily by mouth Multivitamin once daily by mouth Review of Systems Constitutional: – fever, – chills, – weight loss. Neurological: denies dizziness or disorientation HEENT: Denies nasal congestion, rhinorrhea or sore throat.   Chest: (-)Tachypnea. Denies cough. Heart: Denies chest pain, chest pressure or palpitations. Lymph: Denies lymph node swelling. General Physical Exam   Constitutional: Alert and oriented male in no acute distress    Vital Signs: BP-136/80, T-98.6 F, P-78, RR-20 Wt. 240 lbs., Ht. 5’8″, BMI 36.5 HEENT  Eyes: Pupils equal, round and reactive to light and accommodation, normal conjunctiva.  Ears: Tympanic membranes intact.  Nose: Bilateral nasal turbinates without redness or swelling. Nares patent.  Mouth: Oropharynx clear. No mouth lesions. Teeth present and intact; Oral mucous membranes and lips dry.  Neck/Lymph Nodes  Neck supple without JVD.  No lymphadenopathy, masses or carotid bruits.  Lungs  Bilateral breath sounds clear throughout lung fields. Breathing quality deep with fruity breath odor Heart  S1 and S2 regular rate and rhythm; – tachycardia; no rubs or murmurs.  Integumentary System  Skin warm, dry; Nail beds pink without clubbing.   Labs Test Patient’s Result Reference Glucose (fasting) 132 Normal reference range 60-120 mg/dL BUN 20 Normal reference range 7-24 mg/dL Creatinine 0.8 Normal reference range 0.7-1.4 mg/dL Sodium 141 Normal reference range 135-145 mEq/L Chloride 97 Normal reference range 95-105 mEq/L HCO3 24 Normal reference range 22-28 mEq/L A1C 7.2 Urinalysis Protein – Negative Glucose Positive Ketones Negative Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) 220 mg/dL J.T. is diagnosed with diabetes. Review all information provided in the case to answer the following questions. *Utilize the required Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) to support your treatment recommendations. Utilizes the required Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) to support the chosen treatment recommendations @ Pathophysiology & Clinical Findings of the Disease 1. Based on the review of the history, physical and lab findings what is the most likely diabetes diagnosis for this patient? 2. Explain the pathophysiology associated with the chosen diabetes diagnosis. 3. Identify at least three subjective findings from the case which support the chosen diagnosis. 4. Identify at least three objective findings from the case which support the chosen diagnosis Management of the Disease *Utilize the required Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) to support your treatment recommendations. 1. Utilizes the required Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) to support the chosen treatment recommendations. 2. Identify two (2) “Evidence A” recommended medication classes for the treatment of this condition and provide an example (drug name) for each. 3. Describe the mechanism of action for each of the medication classes identified above. 4. Identify two (2) “ Evidence A” recommended non-pharmacological treatment options for this patient. References [Must be on a separate page and in APA format]

Week 6 Case Study Template Read the case study listed below. You must use at least one scholarly reference to provide pathophysiology statements. For this class, use of the textbook for pathophysiology statements is acceptable. You may also use an appropriate evidence-based journal. You must use the current Clinical Practice

This milestone is all about drafting a much as you can of your Chapter 2: Literature Review. Remember, as discussed in class, you should begin by drafting the body sections of your literature review. Every body section will have its own Level 2 heading. It is up to you if you want to break that section into smaller pieces with Level 3 headings. Then, as you write each of the body sections, each section should have its own mini introduction, supporting details from your sources (paraphrase, cite, state the so-what), and then a mini conclusion. After you finish your body sections, you may then draft the one paragraph “Introduction and Purpose” section to the chapter. Finally, you can then draft your “Conclusion” section, where you tie all of the information together, recap major points, and indicate where more research should be conducted.

This milestone is all about drafting a much as you can of your Chapter 2: Literature Review. Remember, as discussed in class, you should begin by drafting the body sections of your literature review. Every body section will have its own Level 2 heading. It is up to you if

See attachment  1. What was the Roosevelt Corollary, & how did it affect U.S. relations with Latin American nations? To what extent did the Roosevelt Corollary contribute to the perception of the U.S. as an imperialistic/aggressive nation? (from Chapter 19)   2. What were the results of the Paris Peace Conference & the Treaty of Versailles? Did the Treaty of Versailles lead to a lasting peace in Europe? Why or why not? (from Chapter 19)       3. What groups rose in opposition to the cultural changes of the 1920s, & how did they go about opposing those changes? What were the major flash points between fundamentalism & pluralism in the 1920s? (from Chapter 20)   4. What means or policies did the 1st New Deal undertake to provide relief to the American people & to promote economic recovery? (from Chapter 21)   5. What were the accomplishments & failures of the New Deal? Did the New Deal end the Great Depression in the U.S.? How did the New Deal recast the meaning of American freedom? (from Chapter 21)

See attachment  1. What was the Roosevelt Corollary, & how did it affect U.S. relations with Latin American nations? To what extent did the Roosevelt Corollary contribute to the perception of the U.S. as an imperialistic/aggressive nation? (from Chapter 19)   2. What were the results of the Paris Peace

Read all attachments…Instructions are attached Discussion Instructions Follow the instructions for the weekly paper assignment: · 12- point font, double spaced, one inch margins · 350-500 words · MUST be in APA format · Must use 3 references provided and one outside source Paper must address the following: a. Detail how the public’s opinion (1) and responses (2)  mental illness have changed throughout history. b. What were the public perceptions of crime and criminal behavior regarding these individuals?  c. Detail the benefits of the (1) asylum system and (2) the issues created by deinstitutionalization, generally speaking, and regarding the criminal justice system. d. Do you believe deinstitutionalization was appropriate, especially as it relates to “criminal populations”?  Why or why not? NO PLAGIARISM!!!!

Read all attachments…Instructions are attached Discussion Instructions Follow the instructions for the weekly paper assignment: · 12- point font, double spaced, one inch margins · 350-500 words · MUST be in APA format · Must use 3 references provided and one outside source Paper must address the following: a. Detail

The Death of Mila the Camel Driver Introduction: Before we explore the conditions surrounding Mila’s death, let’s review some basic facts. We define diffusion as movement of materials from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration. This movement is due to kinetic energy of particles. An example of this can be observed by opening a bottle of perfume. Soon you will smell the perfume in distant parts of the room. It diffuses from the high concentration of molecules in the bottle to a lower concentration of molecules in the air. Osmosis is a type of diffusion . It involves movement of water through a differentially permeable membrane from a region of high concentration (of water molecules) to a region of lower concentration (of water molecules). We define 3 types of solutions based upon osmotic activity. In an isotonic solution, the solute concentration is the same on both sides of the membrane so there is no net movement of water. (See Figure 1) ( C ell placed in isotonic solution stays the same “Normal Cell” No change ) ( Figure 1 : Effects of an Isotonic S olution ) In a hypotonic solution, solute concentration is higher inside the cell than outside. So water moves from a high concentration outside the cell to a lower concentration inside the cell. The cell swells and may burst from the excess water. This is what occurs when we soak salad ingredients in ice water to make them crisp! (See Figure 2) ( Cell placed in hypotonic solution swells and perhaps bursts ! ) ( “Normal Cell” ) ( Cell S wells ) Figure 2: Effects of a Hypotonic Solution. In a hypertonic solution, the solute concentration is higher outside than inside the cell so water moves outward from the high concentration (of water) inside the cell to the lower concentration (of water) outside the cell. Thus the cell shrinks! (See Figure 3) ( “Normal Cell” C ell placed in hypertonic solution shrinks Cell S hrinks ) Figure 3. Effects of A Hypertonic Solution. Case Study: Mila the camel driver lost her way in the desert. After several days of wandering with her trusty camel Richard, she found himself on a beach. She carefully searched the area for a spring but found no fresh water. Finally, Mila became so thirsty that she decided to drink seawater. A few days later, a ship spotted Mila’s signal fire and landed on the beach. The ship’s captain found a delirious Mila who died the next day. Let’s investigate the cause of Mila’s death. We know that all living things are composed of cells. Since our camel driver is living, we can use stalks of celery, also composed of cells, to represent his body. We will use water and salt to investigate the effects of various concentrations of salt water on the cells. This should give us some clues to the cause of Mila’s demise. Movement of water through a selectively permeable membrane from a region of high concentration of water to an area of lower (water) concentration is termed osmosis. We will investigate the effects of three concentrations of salt solution on the celery stalks (Mila). One solution is hypertonic, that is, it contains more solutes and less water than the cytoplasm of the cells. One solution will be hypotonic. This solution will contain fewer solutes than the cell cytoplasm. The third solution will be isotonic and will contain a solute concentration identical to the cell cytoplasm. By observing the effects of these solutions on the celery stalks, we should be able to determine what happened to Mila’s cells when she drank seawater. Materials: 1 celery stalk and table salt A knife Measuring spoons and measuring cup Water (tap water will work unless your water has a high concentration of dissolved solutes) Distilled water works best. 3 containers for holding the solutions and celery stalks Some type of covering to close the containers Procedure: 1. Cut 4 two inch long slices of celery (try to keep them the same length and thickness.) 2. Make 4 vertical cuts 2/3 of the length of each piece. Try to space them evenly. ( Figure 4: Make 4 vertical cuts in each piece of celery. ) ( Celery ) 3. Label 3 containers A, B and C 4. Add 1 cup of water to each container 5. Add the following amounts of salt to each container: a. A – no salt b. B – ½ teaspoon salt c. C – 2 teaspoons salt 6. Stir to dissolve the salt. 7. Immerse one celery stalk in each container and reserve one celery stalk as a control. 8. Cover the containers and wrap the “control stalk” in plastic wrap or place in an air tight container. 9. Leave the celery stalks in the container 6 hours or overnight. 10. Remove the stalks from the containers and bend each stalk 11. Record your description of each stalk in the table in the Observation section. Observations: Solution Flexibility As Compared To the Control Stalk Did the Water Move Into the cells or out of the cells? A B C Conclusions: 1. Based upon your observations of the flexibility of each stalk, which solution would you describe as isotonic, hypertonic or hypotonic? Solution Tonicity A B C 2. Which solution was the closest approximation of seawater? 3. What happened to Mila’s cells as a result of drinking seawater? 4. What symptoms do you think that Mila presented before her death? 5. How would you treat someone in the condition in which the captain found Mila? 6. Give three possible sources of error in your experiment. 6

The Death of Mila the Camel Driver Introduction: Before we explore the conditions surrounding Mila’s death, let’s review some basic facts. We define diffusion as movement of materials from a region of higher concentration to a region of lower concentration. This movement is due to kinetic energy of particles. An

Topic subject matter: The Impact of the Fall of Afghanistan on veteransTHE THREE RESOURCESGannon, B. A., & Oldham, J. L. (2024). A VETERANS ORAL HISTORY PROJECT. The Routledge Companion to Public Humanities Scholarship.Walldorf Jr, C. W. (2022). Narratives and War: Explaining the Length and End of US Military Operations in Afghanistan. International Security, 47(1), 93-138.  Whitlock, C. (2021). The Afghanistan papers: A secret history of the war. Simon and Schuster.Select three resources you have used for your Research Paper that present differing interpretations of your chosen topic. How did you interpret your topic differently than other sources? Explain why you chose a particular theory and/or perspective over other theories/perspectives you researched. What issues did you experience while analyzing these historical interpretations? Complete your write-up in 500-750 words. Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the Turabian Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion. You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance. 

Topic subject matter: The Impact of the Fall of Afghanistan on veteransTHE THREE RESOURCESGannon, B. A., & Oldham, J. L. (2024). A VETERANS ORAL HISTORY PROJECT. The Routledge Companion to Public Humanities Scholarship.Walldorf Jr, C. W. (2022). Narratives and War: Explaining the Length and End of US Military Operations in Afghanistan.