Journals: Academic and peer review from 2010-2015.
Need to read the required case study
From the events identified in assignment one, select one event to attend and evaluate.
The event must be of, either a cultural, sporting, or business nature. A mega-event cannot be selected for this assessment task. You will need to choose an event in your local area that will be held between Week 7 and Week 12 of this session and which you are able to attend in order to complete Assessment 3.
Using report format and style describe and analyse the planning intentions of the event in regard to the:
Purpose, goals and objectives of the event;
Event program, location, and duration;
Community and corporate stakeholder relationships
Expected vent impacts
You can obtain this information from the event website, by speaking to the event organiser, through personal observation as well as online and secondary research.
The report should be structured using a clear and simple format including;
A table of contents,
Body – that addresses the key topics listed above. Headings should be used in the body of the report.
Conclusion – summarises the key ideas that you presented; and
A reference list
Appendix (if relevant).
NOTE – The table of contents, reference list and appendix will not be included in the word limit.
Read the case study titled “Missed Opportunities”, located in the online course shell.
Write a four to six (3-6) page paper in which you:
1. Examine the pros and cons from the perspective of Crestview Hospital of the placement of its new billboard directly adjacent to Briarwood Medical Center. Interpret the reaction of customers and other community stakeholders to the billboard postings.
2. Use competitive marketing entry strategies to suggest the action that Briarwood Hospital should undertake to counter the messages in the new Crestview Hospital Billboard postings.
3. Recommend the marketing communication strategy or strategies that both Crestview and Briarwood Hospitals should employ. Justify why the Governing Board of both hospitals should take a proactive role in promoting and implementing effective marketing strategies.
4. Assess the value of the various marketing research tool(s) that Briarwood and Crestview hospital could use to promote effective marketing communication strategies. Justify your response.
5. Use at least five (5) quality academic resources. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources.
Some developmental theorists recommended for use in this assignment are: (choose two Theorist base)
• Jean Piaget
• Ivan Pavlov
• John B. Watson
• Burrhus Frederic Skinner
• Albert Bandura
• Lev Vygotsky
• Urie Bronfenbrenner
• Gilbert Gottlieb
• John Bowlby
• Mary D. Salter Ainsworth
• Lawrence Kohlberg
• James Marcia
• Dexter Dunphy
• Kim Bartholomew
• Antonia Henderson
• Donald Dutton
• Robert Sternberg
• Howard Gardner
• Betty Carter
• Monica McGoldrick
• Sandra Bem
• Leslie Gutman
• Colin Murray Parkes
Assignment Type Case Study
Purpose: The purpose of this case study is to integrate the understanding of two developmental theories with a practical example. Within this integration is an identification, analsysis and evaluation of major life themes with the inclusion of strengths and challenges faced by a fictional character.
Select a character presented in a book, television or film at a major life transition (leaving home, wedding, parenthood, retirement) and briefly summarise the context in which the character becomes known.
Write a case study that summarises the major life themes identified in the book, television or film, and apply theories of development to analyse the life stage, the strengths and challenges faced by the character, using two developmental theories presented in this unit (other than those applied in Assignment 1. Please also refer to the list of Developmental Theorists in Assignment 1 when choosing the two developmental theories for this assignment). Draw on a range of unit and other relevant references.
Your Case Study will need to address:
• Case study written and is inclusive of the naming of major life themes in the chosen source
• Identification of the chosen character with a brief summary of the context in which the character is introduced
• Identification of key aspects of each of the two major developmental theories and application of these theories to an analysis of the life stages of the character, including the strengths and challenges faced by the character
• Reference to current literature and integration of relevant theory into your discussion
Information about the writing of Case Studies
A case study:
• should provide a description of a particular subject such as a practice, problem, scenario or situation
• is often based on a person or organisation
• provides an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to apply theory to practice
• should critically analyse, evaluate or review the subject using the relevant theory
• may be given to you in the assignment question, or you may need to develop your own case scenario
– Developmental Psychology – Marking Criteria – Case Study
1. Case study written and is inclusive of the naming of major life themes in the chosen source
2. Identification of the chosen character with a brief summary of the context in which the character is introduced
3. Identification of key aspects of each of the two major developmental theories and application of these theories to an analysis of the life stages of the character, including the strengths and challenges faced by the character
4. Reference to current literature and integration of relevant theory into your discussion
Structure, Presentation and Referencing
1. Main ideas clearly and logically presented
2. Relevant research and scholarship literature used appropriately to support claims
3. Correct academic writing style used, including correct spelling, grammar and punctuation
4. In-text referencing and reference list follows APA referencing style (6th ed.)
NOTE: It must be less than 10% Plagiarism on written case study.
atleast 20 harward references,
I will upload an assignment to help you follow the format of assignment.
this assignment will be based on the nursing placement i had in rehab ward in hospital.
Patient was admitted to hospital due to R) frontal parietal cranial haemmorphic CVA on 27/07/2015/ Other diagnosis/ past medical history includes R) frontal craniotomy with evacuation of haematome, dense L) hemiparesis, L) sensory inattention neglect, L) hemianopia, depression, HT, Osteoarthritis, moderate oropharyngeal dysphagia, glaucoma L) eye, Constipation, Dermatitis, Hx paranoia, COAP.
please follow the attached assignment format to the assignment using above patient’s past history, please write 3 diagnosis in detail – one should be the reason why patient admitted to the hospital.
in this assignment, what medicATION WILL BE THIS PATIENT ON, detail on medication bit more than the attached assignment like why this medication being used and what are their purpose. CARE PLAN ACCORDING TO THE DIAGNOSIS.
All info accessed through Australian College of Nursing. Principles of Acute Care Nursing
Case Studies Case study: Bill Bill, a 40â€yearâ€old, has had asthma since childhood. He has experienced many hospitalisations and required longâ€term oral steroids. He presents to the emergency department (ED) with acute exacerbation of his asthma that he believes has been triggered by a known allergen. At home he increased his salbutamol with little effect. He is now anxious and agitated. On presentation to the ED his clinical assessment reveals: Noted use of accessory muscles RR 36 breaths/minute HR 150 beats/minute BP 142/88 mmHg Temperature 36.2oC SpO2 88% Height 170 cm Weight 80 kg Management in the ED includes: Oxygen via a nonâ€rebreather mask at 15 L/min Salbutamol, ipratropium bromide via nebuliser First ABG Suggested normal values pH 7.25 7.35â€7.45 PaO2 60mmHg 80â€100mmHg PaCO2 55mmHg 35â€45mmHg â€ HCO3 22mmol/L 22â€26mmol/L Base excess â€2 â€2 to +2 No improvement so further management of: IV hydrocortisone Adrenaline via a nebuliser Salbutamol as an intravenous infusion IV normal saline at 100 mL/hour Arterial blood gas analysis
What you have to do
You must choose to complete EITHER Case Study 1 and the accompanying
tasks OR Case Study 2 and the accompanying tasks.
You MUST complete one or the other in total. DO NOT complete both
scenarios. Your answer should be no more than around 1500 words in
Case Study 1
A major insurance company has merged with another company’s Call
Centre employing 120 personnel on a rotating three shift basis. The Call
Centre employees are evenly matched in numbers of men and women and
are located in the CBD of a major city. The Call Centre has been run down
in terms of equipment and support facilities before the merger. Generally
morale is poor and the turnover rate of staff per month is increasing.
A doctor, to whom employees were referred when injured or ill, retired two
months before the merger and there has not been a replacement.
(a) Write a policy for this organisation, clearly outlining the
organisation’s commitment to WHS and those responsible for
(b) Explain under what circumstance an WHS management system
would be most appropriate for an organisation of this nature.
(c) Because the shifts comprise male and female operatives describe
what financial and human resources would be necessary to support a
viable WHS system covering the three shifts.
(d) A cleaner finds a syringe and an empty whisky bottle next to the bed
in the First Aid Room. Explain what procedures you would institute
to address alcohol and drug abuse within the Call Centre.
(e) Management has decided to refurbish the Call Centre with new
desks, chairs, monitors (computers), headsets and desk phones. All
sides of the Call Centre floor have floor-to-ceiling windows. The
ceiling has fluorescent strip lights. Air-conditioned air is ducted from
vents in the ceiling. The new design layout of the floor will mean
that some operators will be facing the windows while other operators
will be either directly under the strip light or the air-conditioning
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Identify hazards and describe the risk control measures you would
develop to maintain a safe work environment.
(f) Six months before the merger, operator absences had been increasing
on the three shifts. Some of the absences were related to workplace
illnesses and disease; others were attributable to everyday sickness.
Explain how you might address the absentee rate and explain what measures
you might take to maintain the Call Centre’s quality framework.
Case Study 2
Your friend works from home with their partner. In their office (which is a
converted small bedroom) they have a three telephones, two trestle tables,
two kitchen chairs, fax/phone, photocopier, desk lamps, filing cabinet, and
two computers, (monitor, keyboard, tower board, printer and scanner). Your
friend’s office would be best described as being too small for both of them
to operate efficiently. Both of them are constantly tripping over the power
leads and cables that lay around the office floor.
One Friday when you are visiting your friend you are told that they intend to
expand because both of them were experiencing difficulty managing the
increase in new business. Your friend’s intention is to hire about six people
from Centrelink or TAFE, on a full time and casual basis, to handle stock
ordering, accounts, sales and invoice processing while they (the owners)
concentrate on marketing and securing new business. Your friend states that
they are a bit short on cash to rent offices but has an idea to get around that
problem for the moment.
You are taken to the back veranda where your friend intends to set up the
new work area for the incoming employees. It is a large open veranda, made
of timber with fibro half walls and a colour bond (corrugated) roof. It looks
reasonable as a starting point, considering that it backs onto the kitchen and
dining room. The toilet is located in the garden shed about four metres from
the veranda’s back steps. There is an umbrella stand with umbrellas for
rainy days next to the stairs. Hand washing facilities are in the laundry,
which is adjacent to the veranda.
Your friend seems very excited when they tell you that for a few dollars
they can ‘slap’ some louvers in around the veranda to let a breeze through,
cover the rafters with some fibro, ‘slap’ some paint on the walls, put a few
mats on the glazed floor tiles to give it ‘a lived in feeling’ and everything
will be fine. Your friend intends to install a couple of power points by
running some cable from the kitchen floor power points to some new points
on the veranda wall. This installation will be done by your friend to save
time because they explain it’s not always easy to get trades people to do
In keeping the cost down your friend intends to fit-out, plan and design the
new area with trestles, like their own, and an assortment of chairs from the
local second-hand charity shop. Desk lamps will be provided for each
workstation and they, like the computer equipment, will be connected to
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power boards running across the floor from the power points on the veranda
walls. As a temporary measure extension phone leads will be run from the
existing office through the house to the veranda and will be placed on two of
Since it’s late in the afternoon your friend invites you into the lounge room
to the bar where your friend and their partner usually have a few drinks to
celebrate the end of the week. Both enjoy a drink and they have been known
to ‘carry on’ well into the night. In fact, you heard that on one occasion
when a client was invited on a Friday for social drinks, the client was later
breathalysed. Found to be over the limit, the client was fined and lost their
driving license for six months. This unfortunate affair cost your friend the
loss of an esteemed client.
As you are leaving your friend confides in you that they have been doing
some reading on work health and safety issues for employees and
employers; because you are an WHS advisor to your company your friend
asks for your advice.
Your friend hands you a list of items that require clarification and direction.
The following is what your friend has asked you to do:
(a) Explain the purpose of a WHS TQM system and how it would
benefit the expanded business (that is, apply the TQM
model/approach to WHS activities).
(b) Describe how a risk management process might be built into a
business’s WHS employment procedures. Draft an induction form
for the new employees and explain how it should be conveyed to
(c) Besides a WHS TQM approach (as mentioned above), describe two
other alternative WHS systems that are available for the
management of WHS for the organisation to consider.
(d) Because your friend considers they know all there is to know about
running the business and they don’t want outsiders interfering,
explain the purpose of consultation and describe how new
employees might participate in a consultative arrangement to help
(e) Identify hazards in the new workplace and explain what processes
should be put in place to make the new area free of hazards and risk
of injury and disease.
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Included my name, student number, unit number, assessment number
Answered all the questions
Reviewed and spell checked my document
Included a bibliography with correct Harvard referencing
Saved a copy of the assessment on my own computer
Answer the questions outlined below about Under Armour’s top-priority issues
You will be graded on:
Depth of research of UA’s top priority issues (20%)
Recommendations supported by analysis (25%)
Scope of recommendations (20%)
Specificity and detail provided in recommendations (25%)
Professionalism, use of proper grammar, flow, and extra effort (10%)
What is required of your case report write up.
Introduction (background information, what testing was performed on what samples).
Case presentation details – patient clinical history/family history and potentially impacting social factors.
Discussion – Provide specific test results and what conclusions can be drawn from these results, there is likely to be more than one potential condition from the test results available. Indicate testing to be performed for differential diagnosis, tests to indicate prognosis where appropriate. If a firm diagnosis can be made what would be the usual course of treatment.
Conclusion – Brief summary of the overall conclusions, future developments in the treatment of the condition where appropriate.