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I am currently enrolled in a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner progra

I am currently enrolled in a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner program.
On the las question the medication for insomnia for the patient would like you use Trazodone
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1. Choose a project that you will work on for the semester project. This will b

1. Choose a project that you will work on for the semester project. This will be approved by your professor in the discussion board.
DINNER PARTY
2. Create a Project Charter for the project that includes the following items: (25 points)
a. Project Title
b. Purpose
c. Descriiption
d. Objective
e. Success Criteria or Expected Benefit
f. Funding
g. Major Deliverables
h. Acceptance Criteria
i. Milestone Schedule
j. Key Assumptions
k. Constraints
l. Project Manager
Information on the project charter can be found in the text on pages 42-45. A sample project charter can be found on pages 46-47.
Project Charter should be 1-2 pages, 12-point, Times New Roman font, with 1-inch margins.
3. Create a Project Plan for the project that includes the following items: (100 points)
a. Cover Page with Project Title, Date, Your name
b. Table of Contents
c. Defining Scope, Responsibility and Activity (Chapter 4)
i. Project scope document (pages 106-110)
ii. Project quality plan (pages 111-112)
iii. Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) (pages 112-116)
iv. Responsibility assignment matrix (RAM) (pages 116-117)
v. Network Diagram (pages 119-124)
d. Developing the Schedule (Chapter 5)
i. Estimate Activity Durations (pages 150-151)
ii. Determine Early Start and Early Finish times (pages 152-156)
iii. Determine Late Start and Late Finish Times (pages 156-160)
iv. Determine Critical Path (pages 160-162)
v. Determine Total Slack (pages 160-164)
e. Create Gantt Chart in Project Libre
i. Project Properties and Project Information (pages 140-141)
ii. Work Package and Activity Entry (pages 142)
iii. Predecessor Data (page 143)
iv. Duration Data (page 207)
v. Gantt Chart and Critical Task (pages 207-209)
f. Resource Utilization (Chapter 6)
i. Resources Requirements Plan (pages 218 – 220)
ii. Resource Usage Sheet
g. Determining Costs, Budget, and Earned Value (Chapter 7)
i. Estimate Activity costs (pages 245-246)
ii. Determine Total Budgeted Cost (page 247)
h. Managing Risk (Chapter 8)
i. Risk Assessment Matrix (page 293)
1. Completed Project Libre File (50 points)
a. Create Gantt Chart in Project Libre Showing Critical Task (page 207-209)
i. Project Properties and Project Information (pages 140-141)
ii. Work Package and Activity Entry (pages 142)
iii. Predecessor Data (page 143)
iv. Duration Data (page 207)
b. Create Resource Usage Report (page 240)
i. Add Resource Data (pages234-235)
ii. Assign Resources to Task (pages 236-238)
iii. Level Resources, if needed (pages238-239)
c. Create Cash flow Report (page 279)
i. Add cost data to resources (page 277)
ii. Add any additional cost and/or material data (page 277)
iii. Add material and/or cost resources to tasks (page 277)
This portion of the project is due by Friday, December 03 and can be submitted via blackboard
2. Project Kickoff Meeting (25 points)
a. Schedule a project kickoff meeting with instructor using the Google Doc posted
b. Prepare and send meeting agenda prior to meeting
c. You will conduct an in-person meeting. (5-10 minutes)
d. You should wear business casual attire for the presentation.
Information on the project kickoff meeting can be found in the text on pages 368-370.
Semester Project Rubric
Name: ______________________________________________
Semester Project
Student submitted a Project Charter with all components
Student submitted a compiled project plan with all its components MOST IMPORTANT
Student submitted a completed Project Libre file with all components
Student scheduled a meeting with instructor, created a meeting agenda, and ran a 5-10 minute meeting
Score Total Points 200

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Environmental studies

Class, Many students aren’t sure how to start looking at their runoff and then h

Class,
Many students aren’t sure how to start looking at their runoff and then how to portray that runoff on a map. I’ve put together a few examples of how you can do this. The first attachment is just a repeat of the syllabus assignment. The second is a word document that shows different methods of portraying your runoff. The third (Landscape Drainage Map) is a depiction of contours so you can determine your drainage. This contour map was generated through my local GIS capabilities (Municipal GIS). Most cities and/or counties have great GIS capabilities now so check out this option.
Here are some other links that previous students have found helpful:
Link to rainfall data:
https://en.climate-data.org/north-america/united-states-of-america/virginia/reston-768047/t/november-11/#climate-table-month
The above site has information on other countries too.
Freemaptools.com will give you distance and area, elevations, area.
Googleearth.com will give you satellite views.
Keep in mind that the requirement is to analyze a park.

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Human Resource Management

Group paper project for Human Resource Management on Marriott International and

Group paper project for Human Resource Management on Marriott International and their HRM best practices. My HRM function is Benefits related. My sections for the paper that need to be completed are Introduction, overview of company and Benefits portion. Attached you will find the group paper outline (anything that says Nicole is what belongs to me and I have highlighted in yellow). I have also attached the annotated bibliography with available sources for my sections. Any extra sources are ofcourse allowed as long as they meet her requirements.
Question give in outline instruction that may assist in writing the paper.
What are the current “best practices” in HR for each function?
What are some implications for HR Practices in Other Companies?

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History

Due: 6:00 pm Thursday, Dec. 1 Submission: Word doc. You will write a 250-word su

Due: 6:00 pm Thursday, Dec. 1
Submission: Word doc.
You will write a 250-word summary and analysis of the assigned reading attached in pdf below:
Salim Tamari, Year of the Locust: A Soldier’s Diary and the Erasure of Palestine’s Ottoman Past, University of California Press, 2011.

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Finance

There is 2 parts to this assignment. Part A is due tonight, While part B will be

There is 2 parts to this assignment. Part A is due tonight, While part B will be due for the December.
Part A. is a annotated bibliography that will contain all the needed info for part B.
Part B. is to create a professional issues backgrounder using the data and information collected in part A.
Please see attached for assignment instructions, format, and a helpful source to better understand the assignment.

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Social work

Post a response to the following: • Describe your population of interest. Mental

Post a response to the following:
• Describe your population of interest. Mental Health
• Identify one professional role that a social worker may assume when working with this population.
• Explain how you might apply ecological or systems theory when working with the population.
• Describe specific steps you will take to develop your knowledge of this population through critical thought and research.

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Law

Please construct a rough draft (1 page) with the information below | Outline | I

Please construct a rough draft (1 page) with the information below
| Outline |
Introduction
I. Administrators require certain skills and must undertake significant internal and external obligations to manage personnel properly.
II. The capacity of a manager to understand shared tasks, build equitable work environments, and train subordinates in the art of supervision is critical to an organization’s success and employee satisfaction (Rehan et al., 2021).
III. Regardless of the support for Big Brother Monitoring, employees should have room to exercise their right to privacy.
The Debate on Micromanaging Employees
I. Based on financial, legal, or ethical grounds, individuals might argue for or against employee monitoring.
II. The productivity question is addressed in such arguments based on employee monitoring and its effects on product quality and quantity.
III. Gamal et al. (2018) argue that many businesses monitortheir employees to reduce their leisure time.
IV. A major supportive argument given by Big Brother Monitoring factions is that every second not spent in production leads to reduced profits (Gamal et al., 2018).
The Productivity Puzzle
I. However, many people disagree with extensive employee monitoring.
II. For instance, Brown & Witzleb (2021) hold that such scrutiny can potentially diminish productivity.
III. Frequent monitoring has been related to mental and physical health concerns such as increased boredom, tension, worry, sadness, and rage (Brown & Witzleb et al., 2021).
Solving the Productivity Issue
I. To solve the productivity puzzle, many organizations have evolved to automation.
II. Various firms have chosen automated machines to do core human jobs to support employee privacy.
III. In this argument, both sides of the debate converge at a similar point. Contenders maintain that although automation has lowered the risk of violating human-implemented data privacy and security measures, it has adversely impacted the framework for establishing such policies and maintaining sustainable human employment(Brown & Witzleb, 2021; Gamal et al., 2018).
IV. On one side, humans stand to lose their jobs due to automation. But at the same time, automation enhances the support for employee privacy since robots and machines do not have similar rights.
Conclusion
I. The need for employee privacy and increased productivity is a contentious issue with support from different factions.
II. Aside from the discussed arguments, the rising relevance of ethics and CSR in business has also increased the focus on protecting employees’ personal information.
III. Various states have established industrial rights that ensure an employer does not leak or provide private employee data to third parties (Gamal et al., 2018).
IV. Corporations that violate such rules may face unending legal. Consequently, most businesses foster a culture in which employees’ personal information is secured and all legal confidentiality requirements are followed.
References
References
Brown, M., & Witzleb, N. (2021). Big Brother at Work–Workplace Surveillance and Employee Privacy in Australia. https://ssrn.com/abstract=4011527 Links to an external site.
Gamal, N. L., Taneo, S. Y. M., & Halim, L. (2018). Job Satisfaction Aa a Mediation Variable in the relationshipBetween Safety and Health (K3) and Work Environment to Employee Performance. Jurnal Aplikasi Manajemen, 16(3), 486–493. https://doi.org/10.21776/ub.jam.2018.016.03.13 Links to an external site.
Rehan, M. S., Rustam, F., Ullah, S., Hussain, S., Mehmood, A., & Choi, G. S. (2021). Employees reviews classification and evaluation (ERCE) model using supervised machine learning approaches. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12652-021-03149-1

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Criminal Justice

Write an essay detailing the pros and cons of having universal decriminalization

Write an essay detailing the pros and cons of having universal decriminalization of schedule 1 and 2 drugs in Ireland and Europe

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Film studies

Submit a 1-2 page Research Report which should include: A paragraph synopsis, or

Submit a 1-2 page Research Report which should include:
A paragraph synopsis, or anticipated subject of your paper.
Questions you hope to answer.
Questions for the group (see below).
A bibliography with at least 4 references.
Write a one to two page proposal for your final paper. Your proposal should keep in mind that your final paper is expected to be a 15-page paper on (positive) affect. Include a bibliography with at least 4 references. We will workshop everyone’s proposal in our last class meeting. Grading rubric:
(5 points) General outline of the project—the focus of your paper, possible thesis, possible case study(ies) (e.g., what media might you be referencing).
(5 points) Does your research complement your ideas/objectives?
(5 points) Prepared for workshop session—questions for us (how can we, as a group help you?):
An impasse that you can’t see a work-around for?
Shortage in scholarly sources?
Locating media material that might be productive?