Presentations of ADHD

Case #14: The scatter-brained mother whose daughter has ADHD, like a mother, like a daughter

Review the patient intake documentation, psychiatric history, patient file, medication history, etc. As you progress through each section, formulate a
list of questions that you might ask the patient if he or she were in your office.
Based on the patient’s case history, consider other people in his or her life that you would need to speak to or get feedback from (i.e., family
members, teachers, nursing home aides, etc.).
Consider whether any additional physical exam s or diagnostic testing may be necessary for the patient.
Develop a differential diagnosis for the patient. Refer to the DSM-5 in this week’s Learning Resources for guidance.
Review the patient’s past and current medications. Refer to Stahl’s Prescriber’s Guide and consider medications you might select for this patient.
Review the posttest for the case study.
Post a response to the following:
Provide the case number in the subject line of the Discussion.
List three questions you might ask the patient if he or she were in your office. Provide a rationale for why you might ask these questions.
Identify people in the patient’s life you would need to speak to or get feedback from to further assess the patient’s situation. Include specific
questions you might ask these people and why.
Explain what physical exams and diagnostic test s would be appropriate for the patient and how the results would be used.
List three differential diagnoses for the patient. Identify the one that you think is most likely and explain why.
List two pharmacologic agents and their dosing that would be appropriate for the patient’s ADHD therapy based on pharmacokinetics and
pharmacodynamics. From a mechanism of action perspective, provide a rationale for why you might choose one agent over the other.
If your assigned case includes “check points” (i.e., follow-up data at week 4, 8, 12, etc.), indicate any therapeutic changes that you might make
based on the data provided.
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Migration Patterns in U.S.

look at migration patterns and numbers coming into the U.S. or what would become the U.S. since the European colonization began in the 15th century and follow it all the way up to today.
Start with European colonization time frame even though recent discoveries have found that the ancient civilizations such as the Minoan’s and others may have been here thousands of years ago. How have th e
migration numbers and patterns changed over time? Examine the numbers of people and where they came from and for what reasons they came here, making sure to look at what proportion of the population they represented at the time of migration. During the 89th Congress President Lynd on Johnson was able to get a bill through Congress and sign it into law that led to a major reform in immigration law and greatly changed the immigration pattern. Consider all of the influences on migration over time, why things changed, how they changed and how it all led up to where we are today. OUR WRITERS CAN COMPLETE THIS TASK. ORDER YOURS AT:

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Comparative Law and Sharia law. Comparing the legal systems of Morocco to Saudi Arabia & Lebanon and how Sharia law ties in.

Mainly focus on Morocco and how Morocco compares to Saudi Arabia and Lebanon.
For the introduction, Include a general overview of the topic, explaining its background, context, history or origin. Again, main focus is on Morocco.
But, be sure to explain how this compares to Saudi Arabia and Lebanon legal systems. Differences as well as similarities. ORDER YOUR PAPER at:

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Insurance Workshop

  1. Please provide answers to the following five (5) questions and submit via Canvas prior to class (to be submitted INDIVIDUALLY prior to class).
    1. The primary type of insurance that provides some risk transfer for Hurricane impacts is:
  • From the readings, the acronym “HIM” stands for ________________________________________
    • From the “On the Ground” article giving perspective from insurance companies, a utility, and an educational institution, what do you consider the key theme of the responses?  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    • From the readings, insurance companies do not play a role in the government backed National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) (T/F).
    • From the readings, when a business relies too much on insurance and not enough on natural disaster preparation and damage prevention, what happens?  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    • Besides financial, name significant impacts to the Insurance Provider when a significant natural disaster occurs in a region.  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    • The readings make a distinction for an insurance provider being a “payer” versus a “partner”.  What does that mean to you?  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
    • US Government’s coverage of disaster losses has increased significantly (T/F).
    • Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plans (circle all that apply):
      • Primarily for data center continuity and recovery
      • Should be tested at least annually.
      • Can affect your insurance risk management strategy.
      • Only applies to Natural disasters and catastrophic events
    • Name at least two insurance products as an insurance buyer would be help in the event of a natural disaster.  ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
  • Applying the Insurance Risk concepts to your ERM Project Company: Working with your group project team, consider insurable risks for your project company and answer the following questions based on your own research
    • What Insurable Risks are important to your project company and why?
    • Is property and casualty insurance a component in solving the business problem or risk issue that was part of your group presentations?
    • The articles mention the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).  What does you group think of the program and how to solve its deficit issues?  Does it create a moral hazard for those who build near flood prone areas?  Is Public/Private Partnership, continued Public, or private solution the answer?

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Nursing Home Administrator

If given a role as a Nursing Home Administrator at St. James Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, in a detail narrative, how are you going to effectively
run this building?
Below is the Scenario:
St James Nursing and Rehabilitation Center
This is a 150 Medicare certified bed building with additional eight chairs dialysis center. The building has three floors. On the first floor, there are 25
beds, one nurse and two Certified Nurse assistants on all three shifts. Most of the patients on the first floor are one to two person assist, mainly continent of both bowel and bladder. The second floor holds 50 beds, with two licensed nurses and four certified nurse assistants on all three shifts.
The second floor is mainly a skilled floor. The third floor is mixed with long term, skilled, dementia and Alzheimer patients. This floor holds 60
patients with two nurses and five certified nurse assistants on all shift.
There are five departments:
Administrative department, head by the administrator. In this department, there are two units Secretaries, three receptionists, medical records,
Supplies and Scheduler.
Nursing Department: This department is headed by the Director of Nursing, assisted Assistant Director of Nursing, Clinical Nurse Manager, Second
shift supervisor, Weekends supervisors, Wound care nurses, floor nurses and the certified nurse assistants.
Admission Department: This department is head by the admission director
Social Service Department: This department is head by the Social service director and one assistant
Activities department: This department is head by the Activities director, assisted by two activities aides
Maintenance department; This department is head by the director of maintenance and assisted one maintenance assistance
The building outsourced the Dietary, Housekeeping, Laundry, Dialysis, and the Therapy departments

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CASA Women Shelter

We refer women to other agencies for help i.e. medical, legal, and social services.- CASA has provided shelter to 6,647 clients in the last 20
years. CASA Women’s Shelter Crisis Hotline sheets indicate that 47 victims had to be turned away because of lack of space. These victims were
referred to other shelters in the state of Arkansas.CAPACITY: Shelter Capacity – 10 bedrooms – 40 beds and 20 roll-away beds = 60 bed
capacity CASA is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and also operates a 24 hour hotline. CASA provides shelter, support groups, legal advocacy,
food, clothing, school supplies, advocacy, referrals, educational services, GED classes, domestic violence classes and domestic violence case. OUR WRITERS ARE HANDLING THIS ESSAY. ORDER YOURS AT

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Benchmark 5.1 Health Illness Continuum

The benchmark assesses the following competency:

Benchmark: 5.1. Understand the human experience across the     health-illness continuum.

Research the health-illness continuum and its relevance to patient   care. In a 750-1,000 word paper, discuss the relevance of the   continuum to patient care and present a perspective of your current   state of health in relation to the wellness spectrum. Include the following:

  1. Examine the health-illness continuum and discuss why this     perspective is important to consider in relation to health and the     human experience when caring for patients.
  2. Reflect on your     overall state of health. Discuss what behaviors support or detract     from your health and well-being. Explain where you currently fall on     the health-illness continuum.
  3. Discuss the options and     resources available to you to help you move toward wellness on the     health-illness spectrum. Describe how these would assist in moving     you toward wellness (managing a chronic disease, recovering from an     illness, self-actualization, etc.).

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Using Stakeholder Engagement to Promote Sustainability

Sustainable projects are drivers of project performance, but project managers have an important role to play as architects and advocates of a better society. They are at the forefront of project management through their responsibility of managing projects by applying diverse competencies to achieve the objectives captured in the business case. According to Martinez & Olander (2015), project managers employ the competencies by using different tools and techniques for engaging stakeholders. However, project management and stakeholder engagement are inseparable because complexity in project development involves stakeholders with different needs and interests. Each stakeholder has the power to influence the project either positively or negatively. Therefore, a project manager has to apply an assortment of appropriate tools and techniques to engage the stakeholders who hold a considerable sway over how sustainable the project will turn out. Stakeholder participation provides the best forum for project managers to have effective interactions that promote the needs and interests of the society. Mathur, Price, & Austin (2008) call it a holistic approach to stakeholder engagement that enables all members to meaningfully take part in the process of making decisions to by balancing their needs, thus attaining a more sustainable project. A well-protected stakeholder engagement process promises to unite all stakeholders to achieve the specified objectives while considering the economical, environment and social aspects of the project cycle. Studies reveal that stakeholder engagement facilitates project implementation and serves as a mechanism for providing win-win scenarios (Marthur et al., 2008). The inclusivity and participatory equity that are associated with proper stakeholder management develop a sense of ownership over project outcomes, thus strengthening project sustainability.

This study aims to examine project management and stakeholder engagement frameworks related to the promotion of project sustainability. The structure is outlined as follows: after this introduction, the second section reviews the concepts of project management, sustainable project management, and stakeholder engagement.

Highlights on Concepts

Sustainability in Project Management

Sustainable project management is a term that denotes the use of practices that facilitate ‘social profitable and ecological’ project delivery so that the deliverables are acceptable in a project’s lifetime (Aarseth, Ahola, Aaltonen, Økland, & Andersen, 2017). According to Silvius & Schipper (2014), sustainable project management involves three major processes – “planning, monitoring and controlling of project delivery and support processes”. It is a comprehensive process that takes into account the triple bottom line (TBL) – environmental, social and economic – aspects of a project to maximize stakeholder value. The entire process must however……..ORDER YOUR CUSTOMIZED ESSAY at

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