Part1 Read Kettle (2006). He describes three characteristics of “wicked” problems and five pathologies that result in a failure of government to learn from previous

Part1 Read Kettle (2006). He describes three characteristics of “wicked” problems and five pathologies that result in a failure of government to learn from previous errors in crisis response. Describe the characteristics of “wicked” problems and explain one or more of the pathologies that impact operations in the response phase of incidents. Kettle, D. (2006). Is the Worst Yet to Come? 604, 273-287. (Keep separate can be one document separated by references) Part 2 There are two readings this week that examine Public Leadership in Crisis.  They both have issues that could be characterized as pre-incident, response phase, and post-incident issues. Boin and t’Hart (2003) describe six public expectations that leaders are incapable of meeting in times of crisis.  Choose two to focus on and provide examples from the article, class, and your own research to illustrate.  (This was written before Hurricane Katrina…were their assertions proved correct?) Boin & t’Hart. (2003). Public Leadership in Times of Crisis: Mission Impossible? , 63 (5), 544-553

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Create a video slot machine using Visual Studio and writing all of your code in VB. The video slot machine must look like a video

Create a video slot machine using Visual Studio and writing all of your code in VB. The video slot machine must look like a video slot machine.  You can use a picture that is open source or design your own Before the video slot machine runs, the program must ask for the username so that it can be recorded for later for the high scores page The username cannot be less than 1 character and not more than 3 characters.  If they are, the username must be entered again until it meets this criteria The video slot machine should have 3 windows (picture reels), so that the pictures for the slot machine reside in those windows Each Window must display a total of the same 5 pictures, to be used for calculating the winnings Each Window must show a random picture and must use animation to make it look like the reels are spinning You must use a total of 5 or more different winning combinations, which you can make up at your own discretion, use your imagination – for example: Cherry – cherry – cherry (wins 800) Apple – apple – apple (wins 400) Cherry – apple – pear (wins 200) Etc. The video slot machine will have two additional windows at the bottom of the reel windows Credits Credits will start with 2000 Each spin will cost 200, so this must be deducted from the Credits When credits hit 0, the program ends Winnings Based on the winnings in 2c above, those winnings get displayed in this window if won, and on the next spin, that window must be blank again unless a winning combination is won The winnings gets added to the Credits window above There will be three button controls that the user can select Spin Selecting this button spins the wheels When this button is pressed, the credits for the spin are subtracted from the total credits window Exit user exits the application if the credits have not reached 0 When the program exits, a High Scores window is displayed and based on the username entered in step 1, the high scores window gets updated Show Winning Combinations When this button is selected, a new window will pop up with the combinations that were described in 2c and show the users those combinations so that they can know what they need to spin – This is an informational window only High Scores Window The high scores window keeps track of the highest totals in credits scored The high scores will get updated with the username if the program is exited from the exit button If the credits become 0, the high score window is not displayed

2)¨******APA norms All paragraphs must be and cited in the text- each paragraphs responses are not accepted Dont copy and pase the questions. Answer the

2)¨******APA norms All paragraphs must be and cited in the text- each paragraphs responses are not accepted Dont copy and pase the questions. Answer the question objectively, do not make introductions to your answers, answer it when you start the paragraph Identify the percentage of exact match of writing with any other resource on the internet and academic sources, including universities and data banks) Identify the percentage of similarity of writing with any other resource on the internet and academic sources, including universities and data banks) 4) Minimum 6 references per part not older than 5 years 5) Identify your answer with the numbers, according to the question. Example: Q 1. Nursing is XXXXX Q 2. Health is XXXX This assignment consists of both an interview and a PowerPoint (PPT) presentation. Assessment/Interview Select a community of interest in your region. Perform a physical assessment of the community. Place: The palace at home Location: Miami Community: Elderly Perform a direct assessment of a community of interest using the “Functional Health Patterns Community Assessment Guide.” (See File 1). Interview a community health and public health provider regarding that person’s role and experiences within the community. Interview Guidelines Interviews can take place in-person, by phone, or by Skype. Develop interview questions to gather information about 1) The role of the provider in the community and the health issues faced by the chosen community. Compile key findings from the interview, including the interview questions used, and submit these with the presentation (Power point). ____________________________________________________________________________- PowerPoint Presentation Create a PowerPoint presentation of 15 slides with notes (slide count does not include title and references slide) describing the chosen community interest. Include the following in your presentation: 1) Description of community and community boundaries: A. The people and the geographic B. Geopolitical, financial, educational level; ethnic C. Phenomenological features of the community, as well as types of social interactions; common goals and interests; and barriers, and challenges D. Including any identified social determinates of health. 2) Summary of community assessment: (a) funding sources (b) partnerships. 3) Summary of interview with community health/public health provider (See the first instruction). a) Identification of an issue that is lacking or an opportunity for health promotion (Elderly people). 4) A conclusion summarizing your key findings and a discussion of your impressions of the general health of the community. Research public health issues on the “Climate Change” or “Topics and Issues” pages of the American Public Health Association (APHA) website. Investigate a public health issue related to an environmental issue within the U.S. health care delivery system and examine its effect on a specific population. Write a word policy brief that summarizes the issue, explains the effect on the population, and proposes a solution to the issue. Follow this outline when writing the policy brief: 1. Describe the policy health issue. Include the following information: (a) what population is affected, (b) at what level does it occur (local, state, or national), (c) evidence about the issues supported by resources. 2. Create a problem statement. 3. Provide suggestions for addressing the health issue caused by the current policy. (a) Describe what steps are required to initiate policy change. (b) Include necessary stakeholders (government officials, administrator) and budget or funding considerations, if applicable. 4. Discuss the impact on the health care delivery system.

1. Excel is probably the most popular spreadsheet software for PCs. Why? What can we do with this package that makes it so attractive for

1. Excel is probably the most popular spreadsheet software for PCs. Why? What can we do with this package that makes it so attractive for modeling efforts? (500words) 2. What are the common business problems addressed by Big Data analytics?  In the era of Big Data, are we about to witness the end of data warehousing? Why? (500words) 3. discuss whether or not your organization has ISO 27001 certification. Outside of overall protection from cyber-attacks, describe, in detail, some other benefits your organization will achieve in obtaining this certification. If your company does not have this certification, how can they go about obtaining it? (500words)

When considering the evidence, think about what you’ve learned and practiced thus far concerning alignment between standards, objectives, instructional delivery, student doing and thinking, rigor,

When considering the evidence, think about what you’ve learned and practiced thus far concerning alignment between standards, objectives, instructional delivery, student doing and thinking, rigor, and formative and summative assessment. The information in your table should demonstrate as you analyzed the recommended links in this site. The evidence you share should be succinct, yet descriptive enough to show a connection was made between the course learning outcome and the evidence you discovered. The sample you see in the table above provides a brief example only. Purchase the answer to view it Purchase the answer to view it

Case study’s instructions from my professor: Students much review the case study and answer all questions with a scholarly response using Case Study 1 Lyme

Case study’s instructions from my professor: Students much review the case study and answer all questions with a scholarly response using Case Study 1  Lyme Disease The answers must be in r. Do not copy paste or use a past students work as all files submitted in this course are registered and saved in turn it in program. Answers must be . Straight forward / Simple answer will be accepted. must be or will not be accepted for credit, must be your own work and in your own words. You can resubmit, Final submission will be accepted if less than 50%. Copy paste from websites or textbooks will not be accepted or tolerated. see College Handbook with reference to Academic Misconduct Statement. (the case study is attached)

1. Describe in detail the current level of your commitment to patient safety. Where are you in the journey that Jeff took, and what do

1. Describe in detail the current level of your commitment to patient safety. Where are you in the journey that Jeff took, and what do you need to move forward? 2. Describe the characteristics of a high-reliability organization, then compare and contrast your current organization with that standard. 3. Explain the concept of competing commitments, and give examples of competing commitments in your setting. 4. Describe the use of the Swiss cheese model in error prevention and detection. 5. Pick a health-risk or safety-risk behavior and, using the Stages of Change model, describe how you would change that behavior. 6. Give two examples of modifying behavioral drivers to change behavior. 7. Define positive deviance, and give two examples of how it can be used to effect culture change. 8. Detail the workings of the Just Culture algorithm, and give an example of each of the four kinds of errors it addresses, including their remediation.

Paper Goal: Identify and analyze ideas related to social problems, identify why something is considered a social problem, consider a sociological perspective’s relevance and its

Paper Goal: Identify and analyze ideas related to social problems, identify why something is considered a social problem, consider a sociological perspective’s relevance and its possible explanations. For this paper, students will need to do the following: 1) Identify a social problem to explore. This can be any social problem, as long as you can meet the criteria of the paper. 2) Seek out and link to at least two online sources that discusses the social problem. Examples would include a discussion board, research paper, news article, YouTube video, or opinion piece. This will not require proper ASA or APA citation (although that is advised), but links must be provided at the end of the paper or in a references section. For the paper itself: Answer the following questions related to the social problem: Because this is a fairly short paper, do not feel a need to be exhaustive, but I do expect each element of the paper to be done for full credit. Does the paper identify and describe why something is a social problem? [2 pts] Does the paper properly identify and summarize a sociological theory in respect to the problem? [4 pts] Does the paper discuss (at least briefly) causes and solutions of the problem? [2 pts] Is the paper properly formatted? (e.g. No major spelling/grammar errors, two and a half pages in length ignoring heading/references) [2 pts]

******************** ***************** This module’s readings attempt to characterize the relationship between mass media and political parties/candidates. What is missing here? What don’t the readings explain?

******************** ***************** This module’s readings attempt to characterize the relationship between mass media and political parties/candidates. What is missing here? What don’t the readings explain? What questions do you still have? Find a news article that answers some of those questions and cite it here. *Note: Reaction posts should be approximately 2-5 paragraphs in length. Responses to other students do not have a length requirement but serve as your participation grade (i.e., the more thorough the better) LINKS FOR READING ASSIGNMENT. http://journalism.uoregon.edu/news/six-ways-media-influences-elections/ https://www.thebalancecareers.com/how-politicians-use-media-to-win-elections-2315204 https://www.wired.com/story/ossoff-social-media-campaign/ ************************ Student Response*************************** One of the reading from this module is by Andra Brichacek, who writes a lengthy explanation for media influence over political parties and candidates. She makes very valid points on how exactly the parties and candidates are effected by the media. Brichacek writes in her article, that the media chooses who and how they are portraying certain party or candidates. Media coverage provides public with access to politics and ability to educate individuals who might not be involved previously. Social media takes into account on how they can generate the most conversation out of published stories, and thus leave the party/candidates that don’t out of the report and they catch less of the attention of the public.  I think that the author adressed the main points of media influence,  from agenda setting of the elections outcomes, to fact-checking of candidates and their parties. One thing that I found missing in our readings is the accuracy of the topics and issues that the media outlets put out. I thought was important  was the way that people interpret facts on the social media outlets. Public takes everything that the media outlets post very literally and also believe everything that they read. The fact of the matter is that not everything that news outlets post are accurate or even true. I found an article published  in Washington Post that addressed that issues, that “Gathering political information via social media brings an increased risk of digesting information from questionable sources.” ( Curry, 2016).  It’s important to always have multiple resources that are reliable to fact-check your topics and issues that are being reported. I found myself doing this with Kavanaugh vs. Ford case that I had to read multiple sources and different articles in order to establish my opinion on the case, but I know people who take a look at one news article and don’t go further to get a different perspective on the issue. This can also be harming to the parties and the candidates because of how media portrays them, whether its accurate or not most people don’t take the time to investigate the reports. Link: