Demonstrate professional behaviour and attitudes.

Length and/or format: 1500 wordsLearning outcomes :Learning in the Community Report based on 35-70-hour placement. 1500 words• LO3 evaluate the ethical and social responsibility of participants in business and community organisations (GA4, GA8);• LO4 evaluate strategies related to work readiness drawn from volunteer experience and associated personal and professional skill development (GA4, GA5, GA9);• LO5 demonstrate professional behaviour and attitudes (GA2, GA5); and• LO6 critically reflect upon the impact of the community engagement experience on their values, assumptions and attitudes (GA2, GA4, GA9)Purpose: The purpose of this assessment is for students to reflect and report upon their community engagement placement and present their real-world learnings in a Learning in the Community ReportReport:1500-word report on placement. Students will reflect on the following topics:• The audience: the community of people that they helped to serve during the placement• The purpose: the common good served , the kinds of disadvantage observed, and/or the client needs addressed during the placement• The alignment of practice with theory- consider the community engagement theory, consider you research in assessment 2, is this what you saw in practice?• Recommendationso for improving community engagement in the Placement Organizationo for improving your performance in the community engagement placemento for improving ways to engage volunteers into your community placement and into community placement in general.o Reflection on your own values, assumptions and attitudes and the skills developed through the placementPlease note this is theThe community engagement I did:I visited and fed the homeless on the streets (2 times)I did home visits and took them necessities and had a chat with them. The people I visited are struggling hard and can hardly afford the everyday necessities (mostly migrants) (3 different houses)

Evaluate the use of methodologies in existing counseling research for their implications on client care?

COU 600 Final Project II Guidelines and RubricOverviewThe second final project for this course is the development of a program evaluation. After counselors develop treatment plans and deliver services to clients,they are ethically obligated to evaluate those services to determine their effectiveness. Counselors should continually monitor their effectiveness asprofessionals and take steps to improve when necessary. The final product represents an authentic demonstration of competency because it allows you todesign and develop a program evaluation based on a program evaluation case study. Throughout the course, you will develop the skills to evaluate data andthen make recommendations for a program evaluation. You will practice this assignment in small groups before submitting your final product in Week Nine.In this assignment, you will demonstrate your mastery of the following course outcomes:? Evaluate relevant evidence-based counseling research for informing counseling practices? Evaluate the use of methodologies in existing counseling research for their implications on client care? Assess counseling program evaluations for their impact on targeted populations? Distinguish the use of ethical and cultural considerations within counseling practicePromptYour program evaluation will include a summary of the current program, along with future recommendations.Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed in your paper:I. Purpose of the Program Evaluation: Describe the purpose of a program evaluation in evidence-based practice. How does it support the profession?II. Introduction to the Case Study: Considering the provided data set, address the goal of this program evaluation.III. Review Summary of the DataA. Identify what kind of data is being used. Is the proposed evaluation qualitative or quantitative in nature?B. Determine if the design reflects an ethnically and culturally competent evaluation. Is the data representative of the culture of the populationbeing evaluated?C. Identify the patterns or trends. What does the data tell you?IV. SummaryA. Describe the results of the evaluation.B. Determine if the program is effective. Why or why not?C. Identify a future improvement for the clinical program that is being evaluated.2Final Project DraftsWeek Seven Worksheet: Group Program EvaluationIn Week Seven, you will participate in group work and practice responding to the Final Project II prompt. You will work through the prompt with your peersbefore attempting to work through it on your own in Week Nine. This milestone will be graded with the Week Seven Worksheet Rubric.Final Project II Submission: Program EvaluationIn Week Nine, you will submit your final project. It should be a complete, polished artifact containing all of the critical elements of the final product. It shouldreflect the incorporation of feedback gained throughout the course and while working with your peers in Week Seven. This submission will be graded with theFinal Project II Rubric.

Describe how female birth control pills work, Should access to birth control pills be increased or decreased? What risks are associated with the use of birth control pills and how do these risks compare to those associated with pregnancy? Explain.

Write an essay on the pre-determined questions listed below. Reading link(s) that provide background information for question have been provided. Do not limit your reading to the links provided. You will find it helpful to read other related material to answer the question. Answering a question will require that you provide objective, biologically based information in addition to your subjective views. All subjective viewpoints are welcome. However, keep in mind that there is no place for inflammatory language in this forum. Make sure to use good grammar, introduction, conclusion and clearly organize your thoughts. For your essay double-spaced, use a 12-point font with one-inch margins and do not exceed two pages (single-sided).     Question: Generally, describe how female birth control pills work. In your opinion should access to birth control pills be increased or decreased? What risks are associated with the use of birth control pills and how do these risks compare to those associated with pregnancy? Explain.

What are some challenges that you might face when beginning a session with a client? What are some challenges with ending a therapeutic session?

Write a 750-950 word APA formatted paper that includes at least 2 outside sources and answers the following questions:     How did Susan (the counselor) demonstrate Unconditional Positive Regard to the clients?   How did Susan help establish rapport with the clients? What other steps might have been helpful in establishing rapport?  How does Susan help the clients establish goals?  How does Susan begin the session and end the session.  What are some challenges that you might face when beginning a session with a client? What are some challenges with ending a therapeutic session?  How does the counseling setting (in the Angry Couple video) present an issue for the clients? How can you create a therapeutic environment for your clients. In your response, be sure to identify some ways in which you could eliminate or minimize distractions.

Define wireless technologies and mobile technologies. Determine ways which companies or organizations utilize such technologies to improve business efficiency.

Case Study 2: Wireless and Mobile Technologies In this very competitive climate, many companies are seeking ways to connect with customers in ways that add value. Mobile and wireless computing have become key focal points to attract and retain customers. Review this Article titled “Delta Named Top Tech-Friendly U.S. Airline”, located here. Use Internet or  Library to search articles on wireless and mobile technologies as well as the application in business. Select one (1) company other than Delta which uses mobile and wireless technology. Write a four to six (4-6) page paper in which you: Define wireless technologies and mobile technologies. Next, determine at least three (3) ways which companies or organizations utilize such technologies to improve business efficiency. Determine the wireless technologies and mobile technologies that Delta has implemented. Next, evaluate the level of efficiency of the technology implementation. Provide a rationale for your response. Specify the overall manner in which the company that you selected from your research implements organizational systems, wireless technologies, and mobile technologies. Next, evaluate the level of efficiency of such implementation within the selected company. Provide rationale for your response. Give your opinion as to which company (i.e., Delta or the selected company from your research) is using the mobile and wireless technologies more strategically. Justify your response. Determine the operational and enterprise systems that support wireless and mobile technologies for each company. Provide a rationale for your response. Use at least three (3) quality references. Note: Wikipedia and other Websites do not qualify as academic resources. Your assignment must follow these formatting requirements: Be typed, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), with one-inch margins on all sides; citations and references must follow APA or school-specific format. Check with your professor for any additional instructions. Include a cover page containing the title of the assignment, the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course title, and the date. The cover page and the reference page are not included in the required assignment page length. The specific course learning outcomes associated with this assignment are: Describe the use of network management, Web, wireless, and mobility technologies. Compare and contrast operational and enterprise systems. Use technology and information resources to research issues in information systems and technology. Write clearly and concisely about topics related to information systems for decision making using proper writing mechanics and technical style conventions.

What is the most important overall source of short-term business financing both in the U.S. and worldwide?

1)The willingness of a credit applicant to pay her or his bills is measured by: Answer capacity capital conditions character collateral 2 points Question 2 The current ratio concept is particularly useful in: Answer analyzing large firms comparing the financial positions of firms of varying sizes examining firms with large seasonal sales comparing the financial structures of firms of varying sizes 2 points Question 3 Deposits placed in foreign banks that remain denominated in U.S. dollars are called: Answer bankers’ acceptances Eurodollars federal funds commercial paper 2 points Question 4 The key input to the short-run financial planning process that is easiest to estimate is Answer cash sales. cash receipts. cash disbursements. the amount of month to month short term borrowing. 2 points Question 5 Working capital does not include: Answer cash accounts receivable marketable securities property, plant, and equipment 2 points Question 6 In the cash budget, the firm’s final sales forecast us usually a function of Answer economic forecasts. the sales force estimate of demand. external and internal factors in combination. accounts payable experience. 2 points Question 7 Sources of short-term financing such as accounts payable, notes payable, and accruals should be used to finance: Answer all current assets all fixed assets a portion of the current assets needed to support nonseasonal sales levels plus all of the seasonal build-up in current assets a portion of the fixed assets plus all of the seasonal build-up in current assets 2 points Question 8 Marketable securities are held primarily to meet: Answer transactions motives precautionary motives speculative motives leverage motives 2 points Question 9 ___________ are short-term money market investments that are extremely safe and liquid; they can be quickly converted into cash at values very close to their intrinsic values. Answer preferred stocks. treasury bonds. corporate bonds. marketable securities. 2 points Question 10 A negative cash conversion cycle indicates that the Answer operating cycle exceeds the average payment period. average payment period exceeds the operating cycle. firm is shortening its average payment period and lengthening its average collection period. lengthening its average collection period and lengthening its inventory period. 2 points Question 11 The bank line of credit is: Answer the type of business activity on which a particular bank concentrates its lending the maximum amount of credit extended to a business customer during a period of one year the average of loans made to a business customer during a year theloanlimit that a bank has established for a business customer 2 points Question 12 Commercial banks lend unsecured short-term funds in the following three basic ways: Answer Commercial paper, lines of credit, and revolving credit agreements. Single-payment note, revolving credit agreements, and commercial paper. Single-payment note, lines of credit, and revolving credit agreements. Commercial paper, lines of credit, and revolving credit agreements. 2 points Question 13 Which of the following short-term sources of funds is available only to the financially strongest concerns? Answer trade credit commercial bank loans finance company loans commercial paper 2 points Question 14 A short-term bank loan that is unsecured is referred to as: Answer a line of credit an accounts-receivable loan an inventory loan a life insurance policy loan 2 points Question 15 Firms who wish to obtain short-term secured loans generally have two major current assets available as collateral in the form of: Answer cash and marketable securities receivables and inventory receivables and factoring inventory and floor planning 2 points Question 16 The cost of trade credit involving cash discounts as a form of short-term financing is: Answer usually greater than the cost of commercial bank credit usually greater than the cost of factoring receivables excessive and to be avoided if at all possible the lowest of any form of short-term financing 2 points Question 17 The factor, unlike the commercial finance company: Answer engages in accounts receivable financing purchases the accounts receivable outright assumes limited credit risks is not responsible for the collection of accounts 2 points Question 18 A __________________ is a claim against a customer’s inventory when the individual items are indistinguishable. Answer floor plan receipt trust receipt warehouse receipt blanket inventory lien 2 points Question 19 What is the most important overall source of short-term business financing both in the U.S. and worldwide? Answer lines of credit trade credit notes commercial paper 2 points Question 20 If a firm actually sells its accounts receivable, the process is known as: Answer wholesale financing floor planning field crediting factoring 2 points

What are the greatest benefits of program planning? Why? Why do most organizations omit planning?

System Admin Max Points: 6.0 Module 2.1 What are the greatest benefits of program planning? Why? Why do most organizations omit planning? Module 2.2 What are the most important questions to ask when planning a program evaluation? Why? What strategies best derive the key considerations involved in planning? Why?

Examine the direct and indirect impact on immediate- and long-term public health.

Recent environmental disasters have significantly impacted the human population in multiple ways. In this assignment, you will identify a recent environmental disaster and discuss potential correlated health impacts. Begin this assignment by identifying one recent example of an environmental disaster. For example, the BP oil spill or the earthquakes in Haiti or Japan. Using the readings for this module, the Argosy University online resources, and the Internet, write a research paper including the following: Provide a description of the environmental event/disaster you have identified. Include the following points: ·         Consider if the event was caused by humans or natural. ·         Examine the direct and indirect impact on immediate- and long-term public health. ·         Identify data regarding mortality and/or morbidity outcomes, if available. ·         Explain the geographical impact with respect to health. Also consider the number of lives lost, environmental damage, economic fallout, and long-term repercussions or impact. ·         Examine the research on the likelihood of this event recurring. Identify and describe the immediate- and long-term emergency response plans and efforts to the disaster you have selected. Be sure to identify which groups, organizations, and/or governments led or are leading the response efforts and the various players who participated or are participating in this response. Examine the lessons learned from previous responses to similar disasters. List at least three recommendations for protecting public health from a recurrence and/or the aftermath of similar disasters in the future.

The difference between the domestic interest rates and foreign interest rates.

QuestionQuestion 1The financial system is primarily a means by whicha. funds are transferred from savers to borrowers.b. money is put into circulation.c. the government puts into operation its plans for the economy.d. business firms distribute their goods.Question 2Economists define risk asa. the difference between the domestic interest rates and foreign interest rates.b. the chance that the value of financial assets will change from what you expect.c. the ease with which an asset can be exchanged for other assets or for goods and services.d. the difference between the return on common stock and the return on corporate bonds.Question 3Economists define liquidity asa. the difference between the return on the asset and the return on a long-term U.S. Treasury bond.b. the fraction the asset makes up of an investor's portfolio.c. the ease with which an asset can be exchanged for money.d. the difference between the total demand for an asset and the total supply of the asset.Question 4The objectives of the Federal Reserve include:a. Stable prices (low inflation)b. Low unemployment ratesc. Adequate rates of economic growthd. All of the aboveQuestion 5A debt instrument representsa. an ownership claim by the purchaser on the issuer.b. a promise by a borrower to repay principal plus interest to a lender.c. an attempt by a borrower in default to restore his or her credit.d. a nontaxable asset, owned primarily by large corporations.Question 6If foreign interest rates risea. the demand for domestic currency rises, causing it to appreciate.b. the demand for domestic currency falls, causing it to depreciate.c. the demand for domestic currency rises, causing it to depreciate.d. the demand for domestic currency falls, causing it to appreciate.Question 7If a commercial bank lends out all of its’ available funds, it risks becoming:a. Insolvent.b. Illiquid.c. Unprofitabled. Taken over by the FDICQuestion 8Congress created the Federal Reserve Systema. to serve as a lender of last resort.b. to process the receipt of taxes received by the Internal Revenue Service.c. to regulate the value of the U.S. dollar against foreign currencies.d. to provide a source of mortgage loans to the residential housing market.Question 9Bond prices and interests ratesa. Vary directlyb. Vary inverselyc. Are unrelatedd. Have an unpredictable relationshipQuestion 10The most frequently used tool of monetary policy is:a. the Discount Rateb. The Federal Funds Ratec. Open Market Operationsd. The Required Reserve RatioQuestion 11If the economy is in recession, then the Federal Reserve would stimulate the national economy by:a. Selling bonds which increases interest ratesb. Increasing the Discount Ratec. Buying bonds which decreases interest ratesd. Increasing the Required Reserve RatioQuestion 12The federal government agency that insures customer deposits at commercial banks isa. The OCCb. The Federal Reservec. The FDICd. The OTSQuestion 13In addition to the Board of Governors, the Federal Reserve System has how many Regional Banks?a. 4b. 8c. 10d. 12Question 14The maximum amount that a commercial can lend is equal to:a. Total Depositsb. Total Reservesc. Total Excess Reservesd. None of the aboveQuestion 15The major function(s) of money is/are:a. Medium of Exchangeb. Unit of Accountc. Store of Valued. All of these are major functions of moneyQuestion 16Which of the following is NOT included in aggregate demand?a. Demand for goods and services for consumptionb. Investment in business plant and equipmentc. Net exportsd. Investment in Treasury bondsQuestion 17A shift of the AD curvea. to the right is considered expansionary, and a shift to the left is considered contractionary.b. to the left is considered expansionary, and a shift to the right is considered contractionary.c. to the right or to the left is considered contractionary.d. to the right or to the left is considered expansionary.Question 18The aggregate supply curve represents levels of output that producers are willing to sell ata. each level of the real interest rate.b. each level of real GDP.c. each price level.d. each inflation rate.Question 19A central bank may be reluctant to see its currency appreciate becausea. rising prices of imports will contribute to inflation.b. falling prices of exports will contribute to inflation.c. the country's goods may become uncompetitive in world markets.d. the country's monetary base will increase.Question 20Which of the following accurately describes the Fed's inflation target?a. It is implicit rather than explicit.b. It seeks to maintain an average inflation rate of 2% per year.c. It seeks to keep inflation at 2% all the time.d. Its goal is to achieve zero inflation.

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