Possible integration of the evidenced that you found in clinical practice

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In (P) healthcare setting, how will (I) hand washing as (C) compare to alcohol –based sanitizers (O) lower the spread of Clostridium difficle over the next (T) five months?
Your paper for the course project should be a 3-4 page APA paper (not including title page and the reference page) that describes the clinical problem and the following:

Reason for choosing this topic
The PICOT question
Possible integration of the evidenced that you found in      clinical practice
Methods to evaluate the effectiveness of implementation

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Methods to evaluate the effectiveness of implementation

PICOT Question
In (P) healthcare setting, how will (I) hand washing as (C) compare to alcohol –based sanitizers (O) lower the spread of Clostridium difficle over the next (T) five months?
Your paper for the course project should be a 3-4 page APA paper (not including title page and the reference page) that describes the clinical problem and the following:

Reason for choosing this topic
The PICOT question
Possible integration of the evidenced that you found in      clinical practice
Methods to evaluate the effectiveness of implementation

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. Briefly discuss the disaster recovery phases in chapter 10 and their relation to the lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy article.

Please review the attached lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy.
1. Review the key phases of disaster recovery as outlined in chapter 10 of your textbook
2. Briefly discuss the disaster recovery phases in chapter 10 and their relation to the lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy article.
3. Discuss how you would alter sample plan based on the lessons learned from Hurricane Sandy Article. (Do not give me a copy of the altered plan, simply explain in the paper what you would alter)
• Include at least Six (6) reputable sources.
• Your final paper should be 1,250-to-1,500-words, and written in APA Style.
 
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Should we expect government at any level to be responsible for disaster recovery at either the personal or business level?

You may have noticed the emphasis on preparedness in this chapter. While society expects a business to be prepared for disasters and to recover using its own resources, we do not seem to expect individuals to be prepared to survive a disaster. Should we expect government at any level to be responsible for disaster recovery at either the personal or business level? Why or why not? What sacrifices would a business have to make if the disaster recovery process were turned over to a government agency?
DQ requirement: Note that the requirement is to post your initial response no later than Sunday and you must post one additional post during the week. I recommend your initial posting to be between 200-to-300 words.
 
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. Does their plan suggest that they are thinking about change over time, context, causality, complexity, and contingency?

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For your initial post, organize your revised research questions, current thesis statement, and an outline or checklist of your plan for conducting further research on your topic into a new discussion post. In a few paragraphs, discuss what relevant sources you have identified and the process for accessing those sources.
When responding to your peers, critique their plan and offer suggestions for thinking like a historian. Does their plan suggest that they are thinking about change over time, context, causality, complexity, and contingency?
For your response posts (2), you must do the following: 

  Reply to at least two different classmates outside of your own initial post thread.
  In Module One, complete the two response posts by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.
  In Modules Two through Eight, complete the two response posts by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.
  Demonstrate more depth and thought than simply stating that “I agree” or “You are wrong.” Guidance is provided for you in each discussion prompt. 

classmates Post #1:  
My first research question is: Nelson Mandela became a martyr for 27 years; how did this time help South Africa’s movement towards ending apartheid? My second research question is: After Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in 1990, how did the collaboration of Mandela and President R. W. Klerk aid in the dissolve of South Africa apartheid?
How did President R. W. Klerk change the outcome of South Africa in 1990’s, and lead his country to ending apartheid and freeing of Nelson Mandela?
The question that I am concentrating on is the second one. The thesis statement that I am working on is:  After Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in 1990 by President R. W. Klerk the two gentlemen successfully worked together to find a solution to end the South Africa apartheid and establish a multiracial government.  I have found many primary and secondary resources to help me in my research. These sources are helping me understand the relationship between Nelson Mandela and President Klerk.  The resources are also helping me understand the great gesture and significance of Mandela’s release and what it meant to Mr. Mandela and South Africa.
I have researched many resources using the Shapiro Library.  I have also gained knowledge researching the Nelson Mandela Foundation website https://www.nelsonmandela.org/.  While I knew a little about Nelson Mandela before my research, it has been interesting in learning about President Klerk.  He is a man who came into great power becoming the president of South Africa.  He also took a great risk in saving his country and angering his constituents by taking immediate steps to denounce apartheid. This article really focused on the leap of faith President Klerk took. “The end of apartheid was not inevitable.” Times[London, England], 12 Dec. 2013, p. 18. Infotrac Newsstand, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/A352576529/STND?u=nhc_main&sid=STND&xid=d8ff7f95. Accessed 4 Apr. 2019.  I will continue to research articles and books to find out more about how these two gentlemen worked together to unite South Africa.
classmates Post #2: 
My revised research question is, how did the diminishment of the South African Apartheid laws in 1994 affect women rights in South Africa in the past 25 years? My second research question is, what effects did the diminishment of the South African Apartheid law have on children’s education after 1994 in South Africa?  These questions will help me to get to a foundation for my thesis statement. I have to decide which direction I will go with my research and what direction I want to take my research. I have decided on the second research question because I always want to understand the educational system effects on the culture and environment. The schools were segregated under the apartheid laws and many limitations were placed before them that hinder their future. Black children didn’t have the same luxuries as white children. They were faced with limited resources and few teachers. I was amazed to find out they also had to pay for their education while the white children’s education was free. This caused most of the black children to not make it passed the six grade.
My current thesis statement is, South African Apartheid ended in 1994, but the effects on the educational system for blacks remained in disrepair for a decade after apartheid ended.  The new constitution didn’t address the educational system in South Africa to make all colors and ethnicity in South Africa equal.
In the autobiography by Nelson “Long Walk to Freedom”, which is a primary source that I have been reading speaks about his life as a child and what the educational system was like during and after Apartheid. I will continue to research in the World History in Context- Gale to learn more about the South Africa Apartheid and the educational restrains that black and colored people were up against after 1994.
I will read from World History in context and “Elusive Equity: Education Reform in Post- Apartheid South Africa that was written by Edward B. Fiske and Helen F. Ladd 2004, Brookings Institution Press. I looked at the education policy in South Africa and their accounts of the progress that South Africa has made in overcoming inequity in the quality of educational opportunities.
Reference List
Mandela N. Apartheid Has No Future. Vital Speeches of the Day. 1990;56(10):295-297. https://search-ebscohost-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=khh&AN=9004020559&site=eds-live&scope=site. Accessed April 4, 2019.
Van De Walle, N. (2005, January-February). Elusive Equity: Education Reform in Post-Apartheid South Africa. Foreign Affairs, 84(1), 197. Retrieved from http://link.galegroup.com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/apps/doc/A136420829/WHIC?u=nhc_main&sid=WHIC&xid=368a17c7
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Buckwalter J. Nelson Mandela, Activist, Prisoner, President. Faces. 2006;22(6):6-9. https://search-ebscohost-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/login.aspx?direct=true&db=khh&AN=19705753&site=eds-live&scope=site. Accessed April 4, 2019.

 
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The Spies Who Came in from the Heat

For each of the first four issues, you will complete a short essay that answers a question about that issue, using the sources and lecture materials that we have covered in class.
Source 1 :  https://wsu.kanopy.com/video/frontline-top-secret-america-911-boston-bombings
Source 2:   https://prezi.com/zmwoefyergku/intelligence-and-the-birth-of-the-modern-spy-agency/
Source 3 : The Spies Who Came in from the Heat:The International Surveillance of the Anarchists in London  –   Pietro Di Paola
Do not use materials that we have not used/discussed in class for this paper. Sources should be cited using Chicago style, and the paper should include a Bibliography. Each paper should be between 850 and 1000 words in length.
Issue Paper Three should address the following question(s):
Historically, what purposes have intelligence gathering organizations played? Provide at least three examples from lectures, discussions, and readings (secondary and primary sources are required). What are the broader implications of espionage, spying, state secrets and foreign policy manipulation in our post 9-11 world?

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Identify three secondary sources from your selected topic.

Identify three secondary sources from your selected topic. The secondary resources will review three historical events that impacted your research topic. Complete the Historical Context Chart to explore the how these events inform the historical context of your topic and support your thesis statement.
Download and complete the Historical Context Chart. Save this chart as a file on your computer. Submit this saved file for instructor grading and feedback.

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Select one of the secondary source articles from your research.

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In this discussion, you will consider how historical lenses can affect the study of a historical topic. Select one of the secondary source articles from your research. After reading that article, write a discussion post about which of the following lenses you believe the article is using: social, political, economic, or other. Use at least two quotes from your source to justify your choice of lens. Your post title should also indicate which topic you have selected.
When responding to your peers, compare and contrast the lens they identified with the lens you identified for your source. If you identified the same lens, how does the evidence you each found to justify that choice compare with each other? If you selected different lenses, discuss how your historical topic might look through the lens they identified
For your response posts (2), you must do the following: 

  Reply to at least two different classmates outside of your own initial post thread.
  In Module One, complete the two response posts by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time.
  In Modules Two through Eight, complete the two response posts by Sunday at 11:59 p.m. of your local time zone.
  Demonstrate more depth and thought than simply stating that “I agree” or “You are wrong.” Guidance is provided for you in each discussion prompt. 

classmates Post #1:  
I chose to study more about Nelson Mandela and his lifelong wish to end apartheid in South Africa.  In my research I chose to narrow the timeline to his life to prison on Robben Island.  I believe my article is seen through the political lens as well as a social lens. The writer focuses on Nelson Mandela and fellow prisoners who opposed the apartheid and wanted all South Africans to have equal rights.  It concentrates on how the men tried to study and understand how to better change the laws of the country that they loved while they were incarcerated. The men studied and debated during any free time they had on the island.  The political climate on the island was fractious and involved inter-organizational disputes and suspicions. Once the debate got underway, however, it allowed organizations and the individuals within them to clarify important social and historical questions for themselves. (Soudien, 2015)
During incarceration Nelson Mandela and his fellow inmates tried to study using books and publications.  The prison guards made it very hard for them to do so.  Prisoners still persevered debating to understand the world around them.  Their dream was to reshape South Africa to make it a place where people of color were treated as equals under the law.  Alexander a fellow prisoner explained, ‘throughout this period, even when they took away our study privileges, when they really messed us around, we turned that prison into a university’. (Soudien, 2015)
Reference:  Soudien, Crain. (April 2015) Nelson Mandela, Robben Island and the Imagination of a New South Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies.
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classmates Post #2: 
My research topic is the South African Apartheid. I reviewed many of the primary and secondary source articles, but for this discussion, we want to review one of my secondary source articles.  There was a secondary source article in the  ProQuest Central. I found an article from the Los Angeles Sentinel on Oct 1, 1992.  The title of the article was “South African Talks Resume”. This particular article is using the social lens as they give us details on what is going on at this time in Johannesburg, South Africa. It doesn’t take long to come to this conclusion after reading the second paragraph which states “Disagreements between the government and the African National Congress on a new constitution have stalemated efforts to end apartheid and share power with the black majority”. This is a specific example of examing the actions and behaviors of how different groups of people interact with each other. There is another quote in this article that states ” De Klerk ask Mandela to attend a Summit after 28 ANC protesters were killed Sept. 7 when security forces in the Ciskel Black homeland fired on a protest March”.  This article in the Los Angeles Sentinel on Oct 1, 1992, is definitely using the social lens here because it focuses on people and their interaction with each other. As you may already know the South African Apartheid was centered around areas of ethnicity and classes of people, but that wasn’t all this terrible law was about.
Reference: ProQuest Central:  Los Angeles Sentinel on Oct 1, 1992 https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.snhu.edu/central/docview/369407035/28075BE98C8A446DPQ/1?accountid=3783

 
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