How do immunizations work?

How do immunizations work?

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Against what diseases does the CDC recommend or require immunizations for citizens of the USA?

How are the immunizations administered?

What exactly is given/injected? Is there ever an immunization with the live, dangerous, pathogen happening? For Covid19 a new type of agent has been prepared and injected. How does this type of immunization work?

Why do we sometimes need repeated immunizations?

Already before, but massively increased during Covid19, misinformation about vaccinations have been spread. All of the following statements are clearly proven wrong. There is no evidence for either one of the claims.

Claim:   Vaccines cause autism.                 Vaccines can cause the same disease that the vaccination should protect you from.           Vaccines cause severe side effects and even death.                 Vaccines cause infertility.

Claim:   Homeopathy or nutritional supplements can protect equally well as vaccines from serious effects of diseases like measles.

Claim:   Vaccines (especially mRNA vaccines) can alter the DNA of humans,                 Vaccines can be used to induce unrelated diseases,                 Vaccines can be used to depopulate the earth or for systematic genocide.

 

Explain the importance of improving your reading strategies

  • In what ways could creative, critical, and analytical thinking help you to be a better student and employee?
  • Think of a routine task (studying, exam preparation, downtime, grocery shopping, food preparation, etc.) in your life that you may have never questioned. How can this routine be improved? How would this benefit you?
  • How can creative thinking help you in the field of early childhood education?
  • A strategy discussed in this week’s reading is SQ3R (Survey, Question, Read, Recite, Review). How is this strategy similar to and/or different from the way you read course material previously?
  • Covey’s 3rd habit, Put First Things First, means recognizing that your time, energy, and resources are limited. How would you prioritize reading in your schedule?
  • Explain the importance of improving your reading strategies now and when you work in the field of child studies.
  • Different kinds of substances have different properties. Compare and contrast the electrical properties of salts, metals, and acids.

Describe the fundamental tenets of social disorganization theory

Your answers must be submitted as a single document in Microsoft Word or pdf format.  The answers must adhere to the following guidelines:

1.    Describe the fundamental tenets of social disorganization theory, starting from its origins with Shaw and McKay and continuing through the more recent extensions such as the concept of collective efficacy by Sampson’s and others. Include a discussion of the empirical research that has tested the theory and its extensions.

2.    Compare and contrast the social disorganization perspective (e.g. Shaw & McKay and Sampson) with the differential organization perspective (e.g. Anderson’s “code of the street”).  How are the two perspectives compatible, and how are they incompatible?  Be sure to include a discussion of empirical research for each perspective. Given that they are considerably different in many ways, how do you think it is possible that empirical evidence has found support for both?

3.    Robert Sampson’s book, Great American City, makes the case that life is decisively shaped by where you live. Each chapter in the book supports this argument in a different way,

What were its causes and lasting impacts on society and economy?

compare and contrast these 2 ideas 1-idea The ethical cases arising from her wish to quicken her death after being diagnosed with Dementia include; interfering with a cognitive person’s ability to make decisions and Caregivers leaving their patients to die. Though Margaret was diagnosed with Dementia, the judge argued that the fact she could open her mouth to accept food shows that her cognitive abilities were still functioning and that her ability to make decisions could not be passed to a third party. The fact that her family wanted her wishes to be fulfilled would mean that her caregivers would have to do a poor job to lead her to die faster and that is not ethically allowed as they are required to give their best care. 2-idea

The US Dust Bowl  Which decade was the “American Dust Bowl”, a tragic phenomena?

The dust bowl left a permanent mark in the social and economic setup. With the massive migration of workers and families, the decline in the farmland’s productivity and the lessons learnt henceforth, not only did the people change their ways of life but land as resource acquired new meaning in the way it should be used to create its sustainability  and avert future disasters as well.

What were its causes and lasting impacts on society and economy?

CSR Manufacturing is a sugar manufacturing company located in Shah Alam, Selangor. CSR also known as a well established company in term of thlee immntation of occupational safety and health program for the last 5 years. One of the secret towards an excellence implementation of safety and health program in the company is the hazard identification, risk assessment and risk control (HIRARC) approach which has been conducted once in every two years.

emergency and risk communication is different from  other types of communication?

After reading these two articles and watching the videos please answer these questions.

https://emergency.cdc.gov/cerc/manual/index.asp

CERC: Psychology of a Crisis (desire2learn.com)

(86) pacastcms – YouTube

(86) Risk = Hazard + Outrage: Peter Sandman on Risk Communication – YouTube

  • What, if anything in the readings confused you?
  • What in the readings surprised you? — Perhaps something new that you learned, some new concept, or some connection between readings that you hadn’t thought of before?
  • How might this week’s readings help you in understanding how various agencies are responding to Hurricane Dorian?Were the videos helpful in understanding how crisis, emergency and risk communication is different from  other types of communication?
  • Were the videos helpful in understanding how crisis, emergency and risk communication is different from  other types of communication?
  • Do you think the PSA above follows recommendations outlined in the CERC manual or by Covello and/or Sandman?
  • What about other communication about Hurricane Dorian?  Does this follow recommendations?  Why or Why not?

Managing the Tylenol Crisis

  • Please watch this 2 videos and read the articles before answering the questions
  • (112) Managing the Tylenol Crisis – YouTube
  • (112) A Trusted Pill Turned Deadly. How Tylenol Made a Comeback | Retro Report – YouTube
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response | CDC
  • How does the Tylenol case conform to the “best practices” outlined in the text?  And what insights do you gain from the video that are NOT discussed in the text?
  • Consider recent and ongoing crisis situations and resources for individuals and emergency managers.
    • Review materials from one site (listed on botton) relevant to these crises
    • Discuss the connections you see between your chosen resource link and “The Psychology of a Crisis,” (CERC #2) and CERC #3 “Audience and Messages” and a theory (only select one) described in Fearn-Banks Chapter #2.

s well, we are studying “crisis communication” in the midst of other “crises,” namely:

 

different types of catalytic converters can be made with virtually no setup loss.

Meritor, a company that makes muffler assemblies for the automotive industry, is committed to the use of kanban to pull material through its manufacturing cells. Meritor has designed each cell to fabricate a specific family of muffler products. Fabricating a muffler assembly involves cutting and bending pieces of pipe that are welded to a muffler and a catalytic converter.

Catalytic converters are made in batches of 10 units and are moved in special hand carts to the fabrication cells. The catalytic converter cell is designed so that different types of catalytic converters can be made with virtually no setup loss.

Meritor hires a team of consultants. The consultants suggest a partial robotic automation as well as the safety stock to be 9 percent. Meritor implements these suggestions. The result is an increase in efficiency in both the fabrication of muffler assembly and the making of catalytic converters. The muffler assembly fabrication cell averages 10 assemblies per hour and the lead time is three hours’ response time for a batch of 10 catalytic converters. How many kanban cards are needed? (Round up your answer to the next whole number.)

an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of the Natural

6-2 Final Project Milestone Four: Analyzing an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of the Natural and Applied Sciences Analyze mental illness through the lens of the natural and applied

6-2 Final Project Milestone Four: Analyzing an Issue or Event in Wellness Through the Lenses of the Natural and Applied Sciences

Analyze mental illness through the lens of the natural and applied sciences by exploring the following questions:

· How does this issue/event provide a social commentary through the natural and applied sciences?

· In what ways can science help resolve or enhance your issue/event?

Next, analyze mental illness through the lens of the social sciences, and address the following:

· How does mental illness interact with the social sciences lens and impact social issues?

· In what ways does the social science lens help articulate a deeper understanding of the social issue(s) that inform mental illness?

Note: You are completing two separate analyses: one from the natural and applied sciences and one from the social sciences. You must submit two papers in a single Word document.

Describe the plain view doctrine

Instruc!onsHA4200D – Healthcare Financial Manage… Study the chapter in your textbook that defines retrospec!ve versuspredic!ve data analy!cs, as well as big data.Direc!ons1. Compose a minimum of a 3-page paper that will be compare andcontrast two (2) ar!cles.2. Conduct an ar!cle review comparing and contras!ng 2 separatear!cles related to data analy!cs and big data.3. One ar!cle must be a healthcare study of some sort that has useddata analy!cs and the other ar!cle must be related to “big data” inhealthcare.a. Your review should iden!fy whether retrospec!ve orpredic!ve analy!cs have been used to obtain the studyresults.b. How is big data being used in healthcare? Who is analyzingbig data?Create a summary using the two ar!cles that provides a future predic!onfor the impact of data analy!cs and big data in healthcare

Describe the plain view doctrine, and why  it has such a significant impact on digital forensics? What are three approaches to determining whether the doctrine applies to a specific case.

  • In what ways could creative, critical, and analytical thinking help you to be a better student and employee?

 Analyze the elements of a successful quality improvement initiative

You are encouraged to complete the Determining the Relevance and Usefulness of Resources activity prior to developing the repository. This activity will help you determine which resources or research will be most relevant to address a particular need. This may be useful as you consider how to explain the purpose and relevance of the resources you are assembling for your tool kit. The activity is for your own practice and self-assessment, and demonstrates course engagement.

  • Demonstration of Proficiency

By successfully completing this assessment, you will demonstrate your proficiency in the following course competencies and assessment criteria:

  • Competency 1: Analyze the elements of a successful quality improvement initiative.
    • Analyze usefulness of resources for role group responsible for implementing quality and safety improvements with medication administration.
  • Competency 2: Analyze factors that lead to patient safety risks.
    • Analyze the value of resources to reduce patient safety risk or improve quality with medication administration.
  • Competency 3: Identify organizational interventions to promote patient safety.
    • Identify necessary resources to support the implementation and sustainability of a safety improvement initiative focusing on medication administration.
  • Competency 5: Apply professional, scholarly, evidence-based strategies to communicate in a manner that supports safe and effective patient care.
    • Present reasons and relevant situations for resource tool kit to be used by its target audience.
    • Communicate resource tool kit in a clear, logically structured, and professional manner that applies current APA style and formatting.