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Capstone Project: Change Proposal Topic

*The Capstone Project is designed to be completed in sections. This is part one of the assignment.

Propose a topic for your Change Proposal (600-750 words).

Use the feedback you have received on your proposed topics in the Main Forum and the availability of evidence in peer-reviewed nursing and medical journals to support your intervention, and choose a viable topic. (Attached)

Approval of your topic is mandatory, and must be completed prior to beginning the assignments for the Capstone Project. Future assignments submitted with unapproved topics will not be accepted.

Include the following:

1. Describe a health care barrier or issue that needs addressed.

2. Based on your Logic Model, present a brief summary of the health care barrier or issue presented: (a) Describe the problem, (b) Describe your proposed solution. Briefly discuss how your proposed solution will resolve barrier or issue for in health care, and (c) Discuss the expected outcomes for you initiating your proposal.

3. Find three to five peer reviewed articles that support your proposal. Include the article using APA format. Provide two or three sentences that explain why the article supports your proposed solution.

**This assignment requires that you support your position by referencing at least FOUR TO SIX SCHOLARLY RESOURCES. AT LEAST THREE OF YOUR SUPPORTING REFERENCES MUST BE FROM PEER-REVIEWED RESOURCES.

***Prepare this assignment according to the APA guidelines. You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin.

****You will be graded on:

1. Description of Problem and Relevancy to Barrier or Issue in Health Care: Problem is thoroughly defined with strong supporting references and evidence of its relevance and significance to a health care issue or barrier. Thorough subject knowledge and understanding is demonstrated.

2. Potential for Solution and Desired Outcome: Argument for solution is critically presented with supporting references. Desired outcome of project is well defined with a clear description of its implementation. Thorough subject knowledge and understanding is demonstrated.

3. Research Sources (Sources are appropriate, relevant, etc. Also, sources meet assignment quantity and type specifications, including evidence-based resources.): Source relevance is applicable and appropriate in all instances and sparks interest in the reader to pursue further investigation. References from appropriate sources (e.g., evidence-based resources) are included.

4. Argument Logic and Construction: Clear and convincing argument presents a persuasive claim in a distinctive and compelling manner.


Manually complete the following problems:

  1. Problem 7-14
  2. Problem 7-15
  3. Problem 7-18

Use an Excel spreadsheet file for the calculations and explanations. Cells should contain the formulas (i.e., if a formula was used to calculate the entry in that cell). Students are highly encouraged to use the “Optimization Modeling Problem Set” Excel resource to complete this assignment (Attached)

Security Architecture and Design

Assignment Case study

This assignment is based on the iNTegrity case study presented in Appendix E of our textbook. (The case study starts on page 528.) For this case study, provide answers to Exercise questions #1 and #3 on page 531.

You may find it useful to read Appendix E from the beginning. There is lots of good material there.

That’s it. Just provide answers to 2 questions. In a later case study assignment, I’ll ask you to provide mitigations for each of the threats, but don’t worry about that right now. The goal of this assignment is to get you to better understand how useful models can be to identify and mitigate threats.


You will write a paper detailing a risk management plan based on the following case study scenario. Your goal is to identify areas of risk and healthcare/medical error, and to safeguard future patients from having their safety compromised in a manner similar to what occurred in this case study. Your risk management plan must include:

  • A root-cause analysis
  • At least three recommendation(s) for improvement
  • Two recommendations for how this situation could be avoided
  • Identification of all roles in your analysis
  • Quality, risk, and performance improvement diagrams and charts to support your analysis (e.g., a fishbone or other visual form of root-cause analysis, Pareto chart, tables, etc.)
  • Commentary that relates the case broadly to what you have learned throughout the course and describes the roles played by quality management and regulation to prevent unfortunate occurrences such as the case described

The case is as follows:

You are the Chief Risk Management Officer for a large metropolitan not-for-profit teaching hospital. You have been assigned this case by the Chief Executive Officer due to the potentially sensitive nature of the situation and the CEO’s personal interest in disadvantaged and ethnic minority population groups. Your goal is to do a thorough risk analysis and create a risk-management plan as part of the overall quality management program for this facility based on the following case scenario.

A female patient, age 25 years, presents in the emergency room with pain in the right side of her lower abdomen. Her last name is Jonesky. She has been ill and vomiting for two days. The patient is triaged and asked to take a seat in the emergency room waiting area until she can be seen. Additionally, the patient speaks only Russian, and her husband, who is the only family member with her, speaks limited English, with Russian being his primary language.

Several hours have passed and the patient is still sitting in the emergency room, in extreme pain. The husband approaches the emergency room desk to try to communicate that his wife is worsening and in extreme pain. After several minutes of discourse, the patient is taken back into an examination room to be seen.

She is diagnosed with appendicitis and requires removal of her appendix. She is sent to a holding area outside of the operating room where she will wait to be taken into surgery. Upon her arrival, a nurse asks her name and due to the fact that the patient only speaks Russian, her name, “Jonesky” sounds very much like “Jones” to the nurse. Then anesthesiologist arrives and interviews the patient. Simultaneously, another emergency patient is brought into the holding area of the operating room. Her name is Samantha Jones. Samantha has fallen down icy steps and has broken her left ankle, which now needs to be repaired. This is a very busy night for the operating room. Additional staff members, who have already worked a full eight-hour shift, are called in to attend to this second case.

Both patients are interviewed and taken into ORs for their procedures. Since it is late, both surgeons do the required time-out procedure, but not as judiciously as they would have during the day. Staff members in attendance for both cases implicitly go along with their surgeon’s order and surgery following a time-out procedure that was not complete. As the first surgical procedure begins, the surgeon makes an incision into Mrs. Jonesky’s ankle and there is no sign of any broken bone. He realizes there is a problem. Additionally, in the second OR, the surgeon operating on Samantha Jones makes an incision and finds no sign of appendicitis. Both surgeons operated on wrong sites due to incorrect identification of the patient.


  • Your paper should be 11-12 double-spaced pages including introduction and conclusion.
  • A minimum of eight (8) scholarly peer-reviewed articles in addition to other course resources. In-text citation used throughout the assignment and APA-formatted reference list.
  • Remember, you must support your thinking/opinions and prior knowledge with references.
  • Please no plagiarism and sources should be 5 years or less.
  • Include headings organize the content in your work.


please see the slides attached , the Question on the last slide

be sure to pick an article from the website listed on the last page (the artical most be related to any of the topicks in the slides )


Week 2 Assignment: Measures of Occurrence and Association

NOTE: For this assignment it is important that you show your work. Problems where work is not shown will not receive full credit, even if the answer is correct. Please see the Week 2 Assignment Rubric for more details about the grading criteria for this assignment.

Incidence Density

A cohort study (hypothetical) was conducted to look at survival after experiencing a myocardial infarction (heart attack). Ten participants were followed for 3 years, resulting in the following table:

Follow-up Time (Months)



















Followed until end of study period


Followed until end of study period

  • What is the cumulative survival probability at the end of the follow-up period?
  • Using the same data, calculate the overall death rate per 100 person-years.
  • Calculate the rates separately for each of the 3 years of follow-up.
  • Given the information above, is it appropriate to report an overall 3-year death rate for this study? Why or why not?

Attributable Risk

A hypothetical cohort study looked at the association between family history and the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease. The results were as follows:

Alzheimer’s Disease

No Alzheimer’s Disease


Incidence of AD

Family History




25 per 1,000

No Family History




8.3 per 1,000

  • Calculate the attributable risk for Alzheimer’s disease due to family history. Interpret the calculation in words.
  • Assume the prevalence of family history in the general population is 5%. Calculate the population attributable risk and interpret it in words.
  • Now assume the prevalence of family history in the general population is 25%. What effect does this change have on the estimate of the population attributable risk? Discuss the relationship between the population prevalence of exposure and the population attributable risk. Why is it important to understand this relationship as a public health professional?


The assignment is from my textbook, couldn’t scan it in so I had to take a photo of the assignment from my book. It’s downloaded below.


This week, you will write an outline for your Final Paper. Before you submit the paper, you must do the following:
Read this sample of an exemplary outline from a previous class. Please note that at that time students were required to cover different learning objectives. You are only required to make a plan for the three listed below.
Do the “week two training quiz”.
Use this outline template as a model for doing this assignment.
Before you begin your paper, you must review the Final Paper instructions in Week Five. You will see that you will be writing a letter of advice for a couple or group of co-workers, using the first five course learning objectives of this course. This assignment is designed to get you to create a preliminary plan for doing that final assignment that will be due in Week Five. For this week’s outline assignment you will focus only on the three learning objectives we’ve already covered in the first two weeks (listed below). Remember though that in the final draft you will be required to cover all five course learning objectives. Here are the learning objectives you must cover in this outline, and some advice for adequately addressing each:
Explain the principles of and barriers to effective interpersonal communications. Be sure to address the significance of each principle in being an effective communicator. The best papers will list at least two barriers and provide advice for overcoming each of them.
Analyze the role of communication in developing and maintaining one’s self-concept, self-image, and self-esteem. Be sure to define each term and directly connect each to communication. The best papers will address the relationship between psychology and communication and the importance of the relationship.
Analyze the impact of gender and culture on interpersonal communications. Explain the relationship between gender, culture and communication and how acknowledging these elements is central to becoming an effective communicator. Consider the pros and cons of what are often deemed more “masculine” versus “feminine” forms of communication and how various styles can help us in particular contexts.
Remember, an outline is not full paragraphs. Instead, it is in bullet point form. However, you must provide a preliminary introduction and conclusion so we can see that you are on the right track. Those are the only places where paragraphs are appropriate. For more help on outlining, please review this information on outlining Outline
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created by the Ashford Writing Center.
The outline must contain
An introduction with thesis statement. For help with the thesis statement specifically, please click here:
Thesis Statements
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Introductions and Conclusions
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All learning objectives, with details about how you plan to address each. Please be sure to explain how you plan to support all of your key claims from expert sources. For more information about how to do this, watch this video: Integrating Research
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. Though you will not be writing full body paragraphs, with the exception of your introduction and conclusion, you still must give your instructor a sense of how you plan to cover each objective with course materials, independent academic research, and personal experiences that correlate with those key points.
A conclusion. The conclusion should restate the overall perspective offered in the paper, with a restatement of the thesis and the central points outlined in the paper.
A reference page containing at least three academic resources. You should find at least two of these resources independently in the Ashford University Library. To get started, review the following resources. And if you need further assistance, please contact the Ashford University Library.
FindIt@AU Tutorial
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Keywords are Critical
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Remember, you will need to cite your sources in order to get credit for the use of course and academic materials, which is part of how you will be assessed. Please carefully review the grading rubric so you have a clear sense of how you will be graded. If you are having difficulties understanding any of these instructions, contact your instructor. You will receive feedback on this draft so that you can make the necessary improvements for your Final Paper submission during Week Five.

please no plagiarism! Will check!


Read Fan Shen’s (1989) articleView in a new window about how different cultures produce different writing identities. Respond to some of Shen’s main points in a well-thought-out discussion board post. Your response can take the form of structured paragraphs (around 250 words) or it can be more creative (personal narrative, poetry, comics, music, video, collage, etc). Use whatever genre best makes your point.

Feel free to include any anecdotes that have informed what it means to be a writer for you in your culture and how this might be different for someone of a different background. Consider elements of identity like Shen mentions (nationality, political ideologies) as well as other factors (gender, generation, socioeconomic status). Post your response in this discussion board.