[From 10$/Pg] Read Case Study Maternal

[From 10$/Pg] Read Case Study Maternal

INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT (Part 2) Sketch A Solution Presentation: Maternal Health and Physical Activity

This assignment is based on your understanding of the factors in this case study.

Read Case Study Maternal Health Physical Activity Case Study.docx 

Sketch- a- solution assignments must clearly connect proposed solutions to the theory or model studied that week. This presentation assignment needs to include solutions for each level of the social-ecological model and how the individual and community can be influenced to support maternal child health outcomes, specifically include ideas based on social cognitive theory and social capital theory.

Why is this part called a presentation? You are being asked to refine content from your ideas list to showcase what you’ve learned from this module. Your grade will be based on your ability to clearly identify theoretically-based solutions linked to course content that could support pedestrian safety and public health.


Step 1: Review Crazy 8s ideas posted in the discussion forum. Review your own list and up to four other lists submitted by your peers to help generate more ideas. 

CAUTION! Avoid looking at too many lists to prevent idea overload. There will likely be more than 100 ideas submitted and self-control with idea absorbing will be essential.

Step 2: Refine your original ideas, looking for solutions you think need improvement or clarification.

You can use other peers’ ideas to refine your list.

Remember you will need at least one solution for each level of the social-ecological model.

For example:

Individual-level: your personal behaviors that can support new solutions

Group and Family level: friends, family, classmates, academic advisors, professor, anyone who supports public health solutions

Organizational level: The university, place of work, or place of worship/spiritual practice, a healthcare system that can support the solutions

Societal level: your city, state, or country and things they can do to support the solutions

Policy level: courses of action on a governmental level that can support the solutions

Include ideas linked to constructs in the following theories:

social cognitive theory

social capital theory

Step 3: Review & refine again:

Try looking at the solutions from different points of view: as a health professional, a patient, parent, a program participant, a funding agency, a loved one.

Repeat this process as needed until you have solutions you are satisfied with.

Step 4: Define & detail:

Use ideas and strategies you are confident about. Use what you absorbed from the learning materials and assigned readings. Be certain your ideas include correct information and cite your sources. Adjust and erase ideas or let them naturally fade away as you add more detail to the solution.

Remember to connect it to the content of the class! Failure to clearly connect each solution with the theory or model of the unit will result in a 10 point deduction for this assignment. Have fun with this assignment, but keep it relevant to the course! 

Your writing or drawing doesn’t need to be perfect, but it does need to be clear. 

Avoid being overly critical of your work, take what you have, and go with it. 

Step 5: Produce the final product using the template below:

Image/sketch 1: 

Paragraph 1: Once upon a time…

Image/sketch 2:

Paragraph 2: Every day…

Image/sketch 3:

Paragraph 3: One day…

Image/sketch 4:

Paragraph 4: Because of that…

Image/sketch 5:

Paragraph 5: Because of that…

Image/sketch 6:

Paragraph 6: Until finally…

 Not sure you’re on the right track? View some examples submitted by former students:


[From 10$/Pg] Initial Post Due Wednesday

[From 10$/Pg] Initial Post Due Wednesday

Discussion – Naturopathic Medicine ( initial post due Wednesday 3/29) 

1.Discussion  Naturopathic Medicine    

Differentiate between the view of health and illness as seen through conventional medicine (the MD) and naturopathic medicine (NMD).  What healing techniques do Naturopaths commonly use in their offices? Locate any research articles that support/ do not support these techniques and discuss the research. What struggles has the Naturopathic profession faced since it started in the early 1900’s?

Don’t forget, Your initial response will be due Wednesday at midnight, and your two replies will be due Sunday by midnight.

Again, do not forget to include references in APA format from your textbook reading and lecture notes. Other peer reviewed sources can also be included.

Discussion Board Rubric with Samples-5.docx 

2.reply this 

The conventional medicine (MD) has some big differences between the naturopathic medicine (NMD). MD usually views stress as something that will go away with time. An NMD will try to get to the bottom of why the stress is there, and have the patient change some of their lifestyle aspects to decrease the stress (What is naturopathy? – ntpagestv 2010). MD will usually view things from more of a modern medical standpoint, and include some sort of treatment involving medicine in the pharmaceutical form. NMD focuses more on balance and diet. NMD is the least invasive form of treatment, is more cost effective, and is more tailored to each patient (Sandford, 2022). Common healing techniques for Naturopathic offices usually entail message, dieting, getting sunlight, being outside, and more (What is naturopathy? – ntpagestv 2010). 

Struggles that the Naturopathic profession has faced since it began in the early 1900’s include the increased focus on technology and pharmaceuticals. The development of drugs such as anti-inflammatories bring quick and effective relief to patients, which became favored over naturopathic ways (History of naturopathic medicine, n.d.). With the increased popularity of drugs and technology there became a decrease in self responsibility. The alleviation of disease and illness became most important, rather than the underlying cause of disease (History of naturopathic medicine, n.d.). 



History of naturopathic medicine. History of Naturopathic Medicine – Health Facts. (n.d.). Retrieved March 28, 2023, from https://www.ndhealthfacts.org/wiki/History_of_Naturopathic_MedicineLinks to an external site. 

Sandford, D. A. (2022, August 14). What is the difference between an ND and an MD? Naturopathic Wellness Center. Retrieved March 28, 2023, from https://www.nawellness.com/what-is-the-difference-between-an-nd-and-an-md-2/Links to an external site. 

YouTube. (2010, February 11). What is naturopathy? – ntpagestv. YouTube. Retrieved March 28, 2023, from

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dY2EcbWWE24Links to an external site.

[From 10$/Pg] Ecological Model Social Cognitive

[From 10$/Pg] Ecological Model Social Cognitive

INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT (PART 1) Sketch A Solution Brainstorm: Maternal Health and Physical Activity


Please remember that when submitting assignments either submit them as a Word doc or if it is an image in PDF, Jpg, Jpeg. My system does not support HEIC or otherwise. I want to be sure to be able to open your hard work. 

This assignment requires that you read the case study, then develop solutions for the character(s) in the case study.

Click here> Maternal Health Physical Activity Case Study.docx  

Why is this part called a brainstorm? You are being asked to come up with many ideas rapidly so you do not get too caught up in details – just get ideas flowing and receive a completion grade for your, loosely based, theoretical ideas.

Connect it to the content of the class!

The sketch a solution assignment must contain linkages to the theory or model studied in the class so far. It is up to you to decide how to connect the theory or model to your Crazy 8s ideas and the sketches. We are focusing on the social levels of influence for this topic. You can still have individual behavior ideas but the main point you want to explore is how social contexts can influence the case study behavior.

Come up with one idea for each model or theory below

Social-ecological model

Social cognitive theory

Social capital theory

Have fun with this, make meaningful connections between the course and your understanding of using theory to develop solutions.

The physical work:

Difficulty level: medium 

Grade: 20 points (as long as you complete and follow directions, you will earn the points)

Self-Timed: 8 minutes (use your phone, computer, or other timer and set for 8 minutes -no more, no less)

What I want you to do: Set a timer on your phone, a kitchen timer, or use a free timer found on the Internet. Come up with eight ways to solve the problem. No more or less time is given. Use all 8 minutes. 

Why: This activity gets you to think past your first idea, and encourages you to get ideas out throughout the socioecological model (individual, community, organization, society & policy level).

Where: Post your ideas to on this discussion board REPLY BUTTON, below.


Post your ideas as soon as you finish reading these directions (don’t wait)

Post your ideas if you want to see others’ ideas (you post first-Canvas setting)

Post your ideas if you want to advance to Part 2 of the assignment (you will want to)

No list posted below means no points on the Sketch a Solution Part 2 of the assignment (that’s worth 20 points)

Your submission can appear in two ways, a sketched drawn list or a written list. See below.

The Sketched Drawn List

Again, submit your work as a Word doc or if it is an image in PDF, Jpg, Jpeg. Do NOT support as an HEIC or otherwise. 

Suggestions & tips for creating your sketched list

Fold the paper into 8 sections, or fold in half 3 times to get the same effect. 

You can use pen and paper or draft this up on a Google Doc. 

Be sure to give plenty of words so the viewers understand your idea (this may take a few extra minutes to refine after the timer stops).

You do not have to be an artist to create your list, sketch whatever you can, it will work perfectly to get the point across.

Spend about one minute on each idea, then move to the next. 

CRAZY 8s skecthed list example MCH.jpg 


The Written/Typed List (examples only, not for copy)

1. Have spouse walk with CJ 20 mins pr night – Interpersonal Theory

2. Hold a community 5K benefit for charity – Community level Theory

3. Increase self-efficacy by starting small and building up to 2 miles per day – Social Cognitive Theory

4. Attend fitness briefing at local YMCA – Social Cognitive Theory

5. Have her doctor go more in-depth concerning goal setting and expectations – Social Cognitive Theory

6. Join and be active in a social media fitness group – Social Capital Theory

7. Get a personal fitness coach – Social Capital Theory

8. Have CJ’s workplace give one hour a week paid fitness time. – Social Capital Theory


Have fun! You do not have to be an artist or perfect with the ideas -just let them flow!

[From 10$/Pg] Source Using Apa

[From 10$/Pg] Source Using Apa



Think back to the stereotypes that you have seen in the past. For the assignment this week, write a 750 (or more) word, APA style that addresses the following:

·  List a few of the stereotypes or types of stereotypes.

·  In what ways do they exaggerate the group?

·  What aspects do you believe are true?

·  Why do you believe they are true?

·  Think back to the stereotypes that you have seen over the past.

·  What is your perspective of people who used those stereotypes?

A detailed explanation of how to cite a source using APA can be found here.

[From 10$/Pg] Alternate Production Review Due

[From 10$/Pg] Alternate Production Review Due

Play Assignment #3 – ALTERNATE Production Review 

DUE Sunday April 9th by 11:59pm 

Please read ALL these directions very carefully before you reach out to me with questions.

Step One: Choose what you are going to watch.

Please note that you are STRONGLY ENCOURAGED to see a live in-person theatre production for this assignment. 

The preferred show for this course is the Out Front & Atlanta City Theatre co-production of RUTHLESS. If this is not a reasonable option for you because of location or schedule, I’m happy to help you find a show near you that occurs at an accessible time. Again, seeing a live, in-person, theatre production is STRONGLY ENCOURAGED.

As a last resort, if you are truly limited due to location, health concerns, or transportation, you may view a recorded production. This may not be a movie remake of a stage play, an amateur production or a one-act. For example, IN THE HEIGHTS, would not qualify because it is a movie remake of a stage production, like the movie adaptation of FENCES we watched for Play Assignment #1. However, HAMILTON: AN AMERICAN MUSICAL (on Disney+) would qualify because it is a filmed stage production. Here is a link for the Hamilton trailer.

There are numerous streaming services such as YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, IMDBtv, Disney+, Broadway on Demand, Digital Theatre, Broadway HD, On The Boards TV, etc. that offer full theatrical productions and there are many theatre companies currently streaming their performances. Companies to look up include: Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre – London, American Conservatory Theatre – San Francisco, The Old Globe – San Diego, Berkeley Repertory Theatre – Berkeley, Oregon Shakespeare Festival -Ashland, Alliance Theatre – Atlanta. Also, playbill.com has links to several New York-based companies that are also streaming productions. Some of these companies offer student discounts for their streaming fee. 

If you have any questions about whether or not a specific production meets the requirements, send me an email and I’ll be happy to clarify. Don’t just guess, or you could end up getting a zero on the assignment. 

Step Two: Watch the production and take notes.

Before you watch the production look over the guidelines for the written review and start thinking about elements on which you want to focus. This will help you know what notes to take. 

If you are seeing a live in-person production, Do NOT take notes during the performance, that would be rude. However, I recommend that you jot down some notes during intermission and immediately following the production. Also, please be sure you are an excellent audience member. This means the following:

·  Arrive to the theatre early on the day you’re scheduled to see the performance. It is recommended that you arrive at least 30 minutes before the show is set to begin. 

·  Remember that this is a live performance, so how you behave will impact the actors. 

·  Please pay attention to the production, do not talk during the performance, or unwrap candy, or get up to go to the lobby. 

·  Do respond appropriately throughout the show. Actors will appreciate your laughter and applause.

·  Turn your cell phone completely off. It is very disturbing to both fellow audience members and performers onstage to see your glowing screen or hear your ring tone during a performance.

If you are watching something via streaming, set aside the needed time to watch the full production in one sitting. This review will be much easier to write if you watch the whole show at once and take some notes as you watch. Before you watch your show, look over the guidelines for the written review and start thinking about elements on which you want to focus. This will help you know what notes to take. 

Step Three: Write your review.

[From 10$/Pg] Consider 10 Specific Topics

[From 10$/Pg] Consider 10 Specific Topics

This assignment was locked Mar 19 at 11:59pm.

At this point, you should have your assigned topic.  Now is time to start developing what your research will cover.

To begin, consider 10 specific topics that apply to your topic.

Each of these 10 topics will become the heading of a slide for your presentation.  .ppt or Prezi is fine.

Make an outline of the 10 point that you plan to present.

Make a .ppt of those 10 points (outline) and post it.

One of the reasons for making the 10 point into a .ppt is to make sure that you can successfully post the .ppt or Prezi.

Only .ppt or Prezi format will be accepted.

[From 10$/Pg] Public Health Service Syphilis

[From 10$/Pg] Public Health Service Syphilis

 Consider the multicultural perspective while reading this line from the chapter: “For many individuals, the medical establishment represents a place where they have little knowledge, no power or authority, or previous difficult experiences.” Read about the U.S. Public Health Service Syphilis Study at Tuskegee at http://www.cdc.gov/tuskegee/timeline.htm/ (Links to an external site.). Then watch the video at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FJXBn2_BboM&feature=player_embedded 

 How is this material related and why is the multicultural perspective so important to case managers? 

[From 10$/Pg] 1 Apa Reference Within

[From 10$/Pg] 1 Apa Reference Within

READ- A Mobile Gaming Intervention to Increase Adherence to Antiretroviral Treatment for Youth Living With HIV: Development Guided by the Information, Motivation, and Behavioral Skills Model

Description of purpose:

It is estimated by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that teenagers aged 13-29 (41%) are infected with HIV infection; an estimated 99,463 in the United States adolescents are living with HIV and AIDS (CDC, 2016).

Antiretroviral treatment has improved the health of HIV-infected patients (Whiteley, 2018). If the adolescent adheres to treatment, it can decrease morbidity and mortality. Educating teenagers and intriguing them to adhere to treatment would be a challenge. 

Explanation of research design:

The study was based on developing an action-oriented iPhone gaming to improve adolescent adherence to antiretroviral medication and treatment. Twenty adolescents living with HIV were interviewed using qualitative interviews (Whiteley, 2018). 

Discussion of sample:

Twenty adolescents were recruited from a clinic in Rhode Island. The study used males and females 14 to 26 years old. Criteria must speak English, be in medical care for HIV and receive antiretroviral medications, be aware of their HIV status and clinical records, and be able to give consent of a parent/legal guardian if under 18 years old. 

Description of data collection methods:

A game app was developed called Battle Viro using an iPhone. Twenty adolescents were interviewed using a qualitative guide with the guide game development. The research staff used a board-approved flyer and written consent for the qualitative interviews. Eleven participants were shown the game’s storyboard, nine were shown an interactive iPhone version, and feedback was to inform other game design and development (Whiteley, 2018). 

Summary of findings:

The game consists of playing a game with sound effects, graphing, and avatars that teach and remind them to take their medications. It showed what the medication does to their viral system, and researchers were able to monitor if adolescents were taking to their medication. The electronic pill monitoring organizer and game-related text messages to the researcher informing them of adherence. The game rewarded them with motivational words, and they were able to advance to the next level. The quantitative feedback was used by collecting adapted versions of the participant’s questionnaires and the session evaluation form, entering an excel program, and graded scale. 

Limitations of the study:

Teenagers were interviewed individually by a psychiatrist and a psychologist supported by trained researchers. Bi-weekly meetings were held to make game changes and improve participant feedback. The interviewed teenagers did not want the game to be named HIV adherence, and participants wanted informational game content that included new and comprehensive HIV details. 

The study was costly but successful. Limitation includes participants’ recruitment from a single HIV clinic. The study should also focus on clinicians and caregivers in the game and include friends. Also, iPhone was used, but an Android device could allow more game availability. 

Recommendations regarding potential applications for future practice that are insightful and appropriate:

This study was mixed-method research. In this study, qualitative interviews focused on social learning theory to create an iPhone gaming intervention to measure and improve treatment adherence for HIV-infected adolescents and young adults. Teenagers and adolescents were motivated by this app. Teenagers are quickly bored, and this study showed stimulation and adherence improvement. Engaging them in video games reinforced skills and taught them evidence-based interventions that were patient-centered in a fun way.

I recommend apps like this. I believe this app benefits minorities with less access to medical care. Interventions like this empower and engage HIV teenagers and improve their health.

INSTRUCTIONS- Add your thoughts about whether you feel their article would support an EBP change. A substantive dialogue that is collaborative in nature. asks questions, offers new insights, applications, perspectives, information, or implications for practice. Presents information using clear and concise language in an organized manner following rules of English grammar, spelling, syntax, and punctuation. 1 APA reference within 5 yrs

[From 10$/Pg] Transient Moments Called “

[From 10$/Pg] Transient Moments Called “



Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible,” Matthew 19:26 NIV. When we look to others, family, friends, co-workers, leaders or even ourselves for motivation, we may not always find it, and that can be discouraging. For what is impossible with humans, it is not impossible for God.  

In Jason Gordons article, “What are Needs Based Theories of Motivations”, he writes, “Need-based theories explain individual behavior as being motivated by meeting the individual’s needs or wants” (2022). This is the one of the tasks of a leader within an organization to understand the needs of those they lead, and to help meet these needs to increase the motivation of the environment for all employees, by meeting their needs. The types of needs that help motivate individuals would be physiological needs, safety needs, social or the need to belong, esteem needs and self-actualization needs (Gordon, 2022).  

Chip Conley explains in his book, Peak, “Maslow believed that each of us has base needs for sleep, water, and food (physiological), and he suggested we focus in the direction of fulfilling our lowest unmet need at the time. As those needs are partially fulfilled, we move up the pyramid to higher needs for physical safety, affiliation or social connection, and esteem. At the top of the pyramid is self-actualization, a place where people have transient moments called “peak experiences.” (Conley, 2007) 

Not all who studied the theory of needs based on motivation believed it was a structured hierarchy. The researcher Alderfer believed one could be motivated if any of Maslow’s categories were met, in any order (Buchbinder, Shanks, Kite, 53).  

My mom works for a dentist, a new dentist at that, who is just starting her first practice. My mom will come home at the end of the day frustrated by this dentist’s action of trying to “motivate” the receptionist. The dentist will leave sticky notes on the desk as reminders, to call a patient for example. The reception will come out of using the restroom and there will be a new note, with the same reminder. Even though the receptionist has already made multiple attempts at reaching said patient, the dentist will continue to leave notes, multiple in various locations during a small-time frame. The dentist will even go as far as holding up a note while she walks past the window while the receptionist is checking another patient in or out. This type of micromanaging does not lead to any motivation, as it takes away from the employees’ needs. They are not feeling as though they are being treated as competent adults or employees, and some of their basic needs are not being met as feeling the fact of using a restroom is going to cause an issue or their social needs being met of not being able to have the dentist have an actual conversation with them.  

If an employee feels their needs are being met, they will be more motivated to achieve the goals of the organization.     

Buchbinder, S. B., Shanks, N. H., & Kite, B. J. (2019). Introduction to Health Care Management (4th ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning. 

Conley. (2007). Peak how great companies get their mojo from Maslow (1st ed.). Jossey-Bass. 

Gordon, Jason. (2022, April). Needs Based Theory of Motivations Explained. The Business Professor. https://thebusinessprofessor.com/en_US/management-leadership-organizational-behavior/needs-based-theories-of-motivationLinks to an external site.  

[From 10$/Pg] Name One Social Welfare

[From 10$/Pg] Name One Social Welfare


  • Name one social welfare program (local, state, or federal) designed to address poverty, drawn either from the course resources or further research.
  • Identify and explain the program. Describe:
    • Who is eligible for the program
    • What the program provides
    • The goal(s) of the program
    • Whether you think the program is adequate at meeting the needs of those in poverty