Medical/public health research has a long and complicated history. Research is

Medical/public health research has a long and complicated history. Research is essential for medical advancements and for innovative public health policies. However, many atrocities have been committed in the name of research. Read the following articles describing some of the most harmful studies that have been conducted. In your opinion, how can public health professionals advocate for research and innovation while protecting the public?
Use these links ONLY !!
https://time.com/4867267/tuskegee-syphilis-study/
https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/retropolis/wp/2017/05/09/guinea-pigs-or-pioneers-how-puerto-rican-women-were-used-to-test-the-birth-control-pill/
https://www.drjkoch.org/Intro/Readings/Humphreys.htm

When considering why I chose to pursue a career in medicine, there are countless

When considering why I chose to pursue a career in medicine, there are countless answers that I could think of. Many students say they enjoy helping people; others say they would enjoy a profession that requires excellent critical thinking skills. While I find myself agreeing with a lot of these reasons, the most important reason for me is wanting to impact my community. Growing up in rural south Texas allowed me to experience what living in a medically underserved area entails. I was able to see how my community and many others around Texas are facing a problem with a lack of quality care with limited options in rural areas. My experience began with my grandma, diagnosed with stage four colon cancer when I was eight years old. At the time, I had no conception of how many people’s access to healthcare differed. Because she lived in a rural community, she traveled over an hour to visit her oncologist. Rural communities also face a lack of technology, specialist, and supporting healthcare professionals. After moving to a large city for my undergraduate and being able to volunteer at urban hospitals, there is a clear difference in the medical technology that rural areas seem to lack. Another adversity my community faces is the lack of specialists practicing in rural areas. Many of my family’s primary healthcare providers were not physicians but physicians’ assistants and nurse practitioners. In my experience as a COVID-19 vaccine drive-thru volunteer, it because prominent how essential supporting healthcare professionals is. Much of my time was spent interacting with patients, nurses, and other volunteers. Through this experience, I saw how my community’s experience with the pandemic emphasized the need for more physicians. My family’s experience and volunteering emphasized how my aspirations of being a physician stem from wanting to be an agent of change in advancing my community.
In addition to making a change in my community, medicine represents a career that would allow me to be an educator and provide patient-centered care. Being a medical humanities major has allowed me to see the importance of public health. My experience as a COVID-19 contact tracer allowed me to see how detrimental misinformation can be. Many patients that I have talked to are misinformed based on information that is not reliable. Taking this perspective and applying it to my community, I realized that my community could benefit significantly from more public health education, especially with easily preventible/ controllable diseases prevalent in my community. In many medically underserved communities, physicians cannot build patient-doctor solid relationships because doctors must accommodate the shortage by taking a “stop and go” mentality rather than patient-centered care. As a physician, I would apply for my roles as an educator and build patient-provider solid relationships.
As I said before, I feel that often the importance of supporting medical professionals is overlooked. My interest in healthcare began in my junior year of high school when I enrolled in a certified nursing assistant course. I spent time in a skilled nursing facility during my course and gained insight into how the healthcare team operates. I discussed what career path would be best after graduating high school in one particular instance. She explained that while all healthcare professions are gratifying, physicians are what the area needs most. After high school graduation, I remained open-minded about careers and shadowed nurses and rehabilitation professionals. In these experiences, I was able to see how the healthcare team is much more collaborative than many think. My preceptors often would explain to me how they had to collaborate with other healthcare professionals to ensure that the patient was put on the best plan for their health. While shadowing nurses, I saw how nurses evaluate a patient and must relay the information to their primary provider. While observing nurses and therapists, I learned that doctors must be able to go beyond their expertise and consider how to help patients through a multi-prong approach.
There are many reasons that I want to be a physician. Above all, wanting to impact the community in which I was born and raised is a significant motivating factor. In my education, I learned how essential diversity in healthcare is. While Hispanics make up nearly 50% of Texas’ population, less than 10% of practicing physicians identify as Hispanic. While I think that good physicians should have the ability to treat patients of cultures different than their own, there has to be representation for the patients. Being a first-generation student that grew up in a culturally rich Hispanic community, my main desire is to return to my community and provide compassionate care to the community that made me who I am today.

I want to compare the healthcare systems of the U.S and the U.K. This is what i

I want to compare the healthcare systems of the U.S and the U.K. This is what i was able to write so far just as an intro.
“Healthcare at its basic level is an organized effort by licensed professionals to treat and maintain the physical, mental, and emotional well being of a patient. Healthcare systems around the world use this basic understanding as the foundation for dispersing treatment to its citizens. In particular, I’d like to discuss the complexities of the U.S and U.K healthcare systems, and how treatment is relayed to the public. There are many factors involved in the dispersement of healthcare, the ones I’d like to focus on are financial, demographic and geographic factors. All of which, affect the quality and access of proper health care. In particular, how does disability treatment, mental health care and maternal care differ in each nation based off of their healthcare system. ”
You don’t have to use any specific sources but credited ones would be best.
I know it’s a lot and might be too vague but let me know . I also need a work cited page in MLA format. Just let me know if you have any questions but everything is up to your interpretation.

Compare and contrast the scope of practice for the Licensed Practical and Regist

Compare and contrast the scope of practice for the Licensed Practical and Registered Nurse using the Alabama Nurse Practice Act: http://www.alabamaadministrativecode.state.al.us/docs/nurs/610-X-6.pdf
The paper should differentiate the differences in the regulation of practice standards of the licensed practical and registered nurse specified by Alabama Board of Nursing (ABN) Administrative Code Chapter 610-X-6. Areas for discussion are listed in the following rubric. The synopsis paper on the scope of practice should be no more than 5 pages in length. The goal for this assignment is to provide an overview for the regulation of the practice of nursing in Alabama. Therefore, areas on the rubric can be summarized from your interpretation, an emphasis is not placed on scholarly narrative writing style
.Conduct and Accountability
Practice of Professional Nursing (Registered Nursing)
Practice of Practical Nursing
Documentation
Assessment Standards
Medication Administration and Safety
Patient Care Orders
Intravenous I.V. Therapy by Licensed Practical Nurse
Assignment Delegation and Supervision
APA writing style, syntax (sentence structure, grammar, word order, composition), font size 12-inch Times New Romans, correct spelling, paper length etc.

This is the culmination of your work throughout the semester, shown in a Researc

This is the culmination of your work throughout the semester, shown in a Researched Position Paper that presents your academic and professional position focusing on a problem you want to explore in your field. It should reflect clear knowledge of the discourse community and academic audience, the current conversation on the topic in research, and the conventions and guidelines for documentation in your field. It is important to remember you are not writing down to uninformed people by informing them of simplistic concepts in your field. Instead, you are writing to the people in your field who have been teaching you or might be interviewing you. As such, defining simplistic terms and giving a history of your field are not good strategies for this assignment. This paper should be strongly argumentative instead of informative (70% argumentative, 30% informative). Furthermore, the paper should speak of your ability to choose, synthesize, and document sources correctly and in good rhetorical standing.
I am able to provide the 15 sources and with these comes the annotated bibliographies I did. Team Physicians have the final say rather than a coach or player.

This is the culmination of your work throughout the semester, shown in a Researc

This is the culmination of your work throughout the semester, shown in a Researched Position Paper that presents your academic and professional position focusing on a problem you want to explore in your field. It should reflect clear knowledge of the discourse community and academic audience, the current conversation on the topic in research, and the conventions and guidelines for documentation in your field. It is important to remember you are not writing down to uninformed people by informing them of simplistic concepts in your field. Instead, you are writing to the people in your field who have been teaching you or might be interviewing you. As such, defining simplistic terms and giving a history of your field are not good strategies for this assignment. This paper should be strongly argumentative instead of informative (70% argumentative, 30% informative). Furthermore, the paper should speak of your ability to choose, synthesize, and document sources correctly and in good rhetorical standing.
I am able to provide the 15 sources and with these comes the annotated bibliographies I did. Team Physicians have the final say rather than a coach or player.

Address what you see as the maternal and/or child health issue of greatest inter

Address what you see as the maternal and/or child health issue of greatest interest to you, either because of scope of the problem, ability to affect change with intervention, because of personal interest/skill, or other reason. In your paper you should describe the problem and critically reflect on the strengths and weakness of programmatic solutions to this problem. Your research paper should include references from the literature, including PubMed and other peer reviewed published research citations. Your paper should be approximately, and no longer than, 10 pages without references, double spaced, references cited with superscript within the text and full citations at the end of the paper (in JAMA style).

This is the culmination of your work throughout the semester, shown in a Researc

This is the culmination of your work throughout the semester, shown in a Researched Position Paper that presents your academic and professional position focusing on a problem you want to explore in your field. It should reflect clear knowledge of the discourse community and academic audience, the current conversation on the topic in research, and the conventions and guidelines for documentation in your field. It is important to remember you are not writing down to uninformed people by informing them of simplistic concepts in your field. Instead, you are writing to the people in your field who have been teaching you or might be interviewing you. As such, defining simplistic terms and giving a history of your field are not good strategies for this assignment. This paper should be strongly argumentative instead of informative (70% argumentative, 30% informative). Furthermore, the paper should speak of your ability to choose, synthesize, and document sources correctly and in good rhetorical standing.
I am able to provide the 15 sources and with these comes the annotated bibliographies I did. Team Physicians have the final say rather than a coach or player.

Students are required to write an argumentative philosophy paper that closely ob

Students are required to write an argumentative philosophy paper that closely observes the following structure:
Issue/Thesis/Methodology: State clearly and precisely what the issue is you propose to discuss (~500 words). Include a clear thesis statement, expressing what the paper will seek to accomplish, and include a statement of the methodology you will use to accomplish this. Each of these (i.e., thesis statement and methodological statement) can be done in one or two clear sentences each.
Positions on the Issue: Summarize the leading positions (not fewer than two, not more than four) taken on the issue (~500-1000 words). This will require research into the issue, particularly focusing on various positions taken on a particular issue at hand. You may exclude here the position that you will argue for in the next section of your paper so that you include here only positions other than your own that you wish to summarize and describe as carefully as you can.
Support for Your Position: State and give support for the position you favor (~1000-1500 words). Describe the position you favor on the issue as carefully and precisely as you can here. Then provide support for your position, using the strongest support that applies, and referring also to relevant research that can help you defend the position that you favor.
Objections to Your Position: Explain why the position you favor, along with its argumentation as you’ve explained it, is able to address two of the strongest objections that might be raised against it (~500-1000 words). So, state two objections (one at a time), and then answer each objection with the strongest response you can give in defense of your own position.
Term papers should include all four of the sections outlined above. The format of the term paper should also include the following elements:
1.5 spacing, one-inch margins, size 12 font in Times New Roman, a title page, a bibliography page, and Chicago/Turabian citations with footnotes.
A helpful link for that citation format can be found below: [https://www.chicagomanualofstyle.org/turabian/turabian-notes-and-bibliography-citation-quick-guide.html (Links to an external site.)]
For undergrads: The term paper cannot be more than 4,000 words and cannot utilize any outside sources beyond the course textbooks without instructor approval.
For grads: The term paper must be at least 4,000 words and must utilize at least three academically-acceptable sources—e.g., peer-reviewed journal articles, books, etc.—beyond the course textbooks.
For all students, you must write on one of the following three topics:
When, if ever, is it morally permissible to obtain an abortion?
When, if ever, is it morally permissible to forgo life-sustaining treatments?
When, if ever, is it morally permissible for a physician to assist with a suicide?

1- PLEASE use the word document for the work 2- Citation needs to be in AMA DR

1- PLEASE use the word document for the work
2- Citation needs to be in AMA
DRUG INFORMATION QUESTION & RESPONSE
here is the prompt:
I need some help. I ran some
labs, and it appears my patient has mild anemia. I typically tell them to take
an iron tablet daily for 3 months, but I have heard that every other day dosing
may be just as good. Can you look into
that for me?”
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