# RECEIVE AND STORE STOCKENHANCE CUSTOMER SERVICE EXPERIECESACC00145 2017 s3 ReportDue date: 5pm, Thursday 25 January 2018Weighting: 30 marksObjectiv

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## Mr. Ohno identified a person who was about to receive materials too soon and told him “Who are you and where do you come from? What makes you think you have the right to use this material? Let me see your kanban.” (which meant “show me your authority”). Such incidents proved the necessity “to show the kanban”, when a material was acquired, to demonstrate the need of the respective material and the proof that the previous material had been consumed

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## If you were to receive \$1,166.40 in two years and the appropriate discount rate was 8 percent, the present value would be \$1,166.40/(1.082) = \$1000. Using your own numbers, provide some examples showing the calculation of the present value of a future payment.

ECO 372 Week 2 Discussion Question Worksheet

Reference: Mankiw, N. Gregory (2015). Principles of Macroeconomics (7th ed.). Stamford, CT: Cengage Learning.

Instructions: Minimum of 150 words for each question with in-text citation and reference

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Principles of Macroeconomics, Ch. 13: Saving, Investment, and the Financial System
The economy is moving into a period with higher nominal interest rates. How is this likely to affect bond prices? Based on this, is having an undiversified portfolio 100% in bonds a wise move?

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Principles of Macroeconomics, Ch. 14: The Basic Tools of Finance

Question 1:
Your company is considering a project which would generate revenue in future years. To finance the project you would need to borrow funds today. To determine if the project is worthwhile you compare the present value of the future stream of revenue (or more precisely net profits), to the current cost of the project. In calculating the present value, you use the interest rate that you would need to pay for borrowed money.

Will a higher or lower interest rate make the project more likely to be worthwhile?

If you were a policymaker and wanted to encourage businesses to make investments in new projects, would you want to increase or decrease the interest rate for borrowed funds?

Question 2:

If you put \$1000 into an account paying 8 percent interest (compounded annually), you would have \$1000 x 1.08 = \$1,080 in one year and \$1000 x 1.08 x 1.08 = \$1,000 x 1.082 = \$1,166.40 in two years.

If you were to receive \$1,166.40 in two years and the appropriate discount rate was 8 percent, the present value would be \$1,166.40/(1.082) = \$1000.

Using your own numbers, provide some examples showing the calculation of the present value of a future payment.

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Principles of Macroeconomics, Ch. 15: Unemployment

Question 1:

From roughly 2009 through 2015 the labor force participation rate fell. See the graph at: https://fred.stlouisfed.org/series/CIVPART for the civilian labor force participation rate. In the upper-right of that web page you can search for other data. Type in labor force participation and take a look at a few of the data series and graphs available. Try to find ones that have been ‘seasonally adjusted.’ Share your findings for a particular age group or demographic. You can share your graph by copying the URL for a page.

Question 2:
Why might people in the 20-24 age group have dropped out of, or stayed out of, the labor market between the years of 2009-2015?

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## EVIDENCE-BASED QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FOR OLDER ADULTS PAPER The older adult population is unique and each member deserves to receive healthcare encompassed by dignity and respect. This assignment strives to enhance the philosophy of caring for aging individuals.

EVIDENCE-BASED QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FOR OLDER ADULTS PAPER The older adult population is unique and each member deserves to receive healthcare encompassed by dignity and respect. This assignment strives to enhance the philosophy of caring for aging individuals..

Directions:
? Read “The Five Elements of QAPI” which are government guidelines for quality improvement in long term care facilities, found under the Week 1 Reading tab
? Conduct a review of current evidence-based literature related to quality improvement and measurement
? Analyze what the literature says in relation to the elements of QAPI document and other quality improvement measures related to the older population
? Compose a paper discussing both the QAPI document and the evidence-based literature on quality improvement for the older population
? Express a personal reflection on your experience of quality improvement in your place of work as it relates to older patients or if you do not work with an older population, express ideas and opinions on the subject
? Identify ways in which this review will impact your care for the older adult population in the future
This paper is about improving the care of the elderly. Think of programs that improve the care of the elderly, such as fall programs, skin care programs, early ambulation, adult day care, Silver Sneakers, ACE units and senior programs.
? Title of paper (goes on the second page top of paper). Then your introduction paragraph below
? Age Related Challenges – Consider what are the general changes that the elderly goes through as they age.
? Literature Review – Review 5 articles –Briefly give the general overview of the article and citation and reference. Identify how the QAPI five elements are used in the articles.
? Physical and Emotional Changes in elderly that Make Quality Improvement a Challenge – Now look at the above challenges and relate these to a quality improvement project. How do these physical and emotional changes make the implementation of the project more difficult?
? Barriers and Solutions to Quality Improvement Programs – Besides physical changes what are barriers and solutions for implementing a quality improvement unit.
NRSE 4560: MODULE 1: ASSESSMENT 4: WRITTEN ASSIGNMENT – EVIDENCED BASED PRACTICE FOR QUALITY
IMPROVEMENT – DETAILED INSTRUCTIONS
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? Future Impact on Care of the quality of care of the elderly – Now that you researched the elderly, what does the quality of care look like for the elderly in the future.
? A conclusion is at the end but not a heading. Start paragraph with In conclusion
The paper should:
? Be written in the APA style format; neatly typed and without errors.
? Contain a Title Page and Reference Page.
? Consist of a maximum of 5 pages, EXCLUDING the Title Page and Reference Page.
? Include a minimum of 5 credible and refereed resources from literature such as scholarly nursing journals or textbooks published within the last five years (Wikipedia is not a professional reference).

EVIDENCE-BASED QUALITY IMPROVEMENT FOR OLDER ADULTS PAPER The older adult population is unique and each member deserves to receive healthcare encompassed by dignity and respect. This assignment strives to enhance the philosophy of caring for aging individuals.

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## Should Illegal Immigrants receive Asylums from the U.S.?

Should Illegal Immigrants receive Asylums from the U.S.?.

English 101 Composition I Essay #3

Annotated Bibliography (a list of sources with notes) due Monday, Nov. 19th Rough draft due Wednesday, Nov. 21st Final draft plus reflection letter due Monday, December 3rd Optional revised final drafts will be due Wednesday, December 12th. No exceptions. Final draft revisions will only be allowed for papers submitted on time. What is it?

• A researched op-ed (opinion essay) responding to a current social problem that results from inequalities in race, class or gender. (Or, the problem might involve overlaps between two or more of these identity categories).

• Minimum of 1000 words •

It will have one primary source which helps you to specify the problem. This could include a published source, an interview with someone, or your own personal experience.

• It will have at least three secondary sources which help you to learn more about the problem and identify possible solutions. o It should identify at least two different viewpoints: either different perspectives on the problem or different solutions

• All information taken from these sources should be cited using MLA style. All quotes should be clearly marked and follow the five rules of quoting.

• An introduction which introduces the problem and your own argument. It should attempt to catch the attention of your intended reader and show him/her why this problem is worth paying attention to.

• No more than two body paragraphs describing the problem and any relevant historical information, such as the causes of the problem, laws or policies which have tried to fix it in the past, etc.

• At least two body paragraphs describing different perspectives on how to deal with this issue and your own ideas about what should be done

• A conclusion which sums up the key points and tells the reader why your argument is important Why are we doing this?

This paper involves all of the course objectives, but particularly objective #4: “Demonstrate research skills using appropriate technology, including gathering, evaluating, and synthesizing primary and secondary sources. Essays will include quotation, summation, paraphrase, and citation and will avoid plagiarism”. Our goal here is to continue to carefully analyze source texts, to continue to create an argument and organize it, while adding on the new skill of finding sources and balancing multiple perspectives in a paper. How will I be graded? All of the things we have been working on this semester still matter here. You should still have: a clear argument, evidence to back it up, analysis of all quotes, examples or other information used as evidence, and organized paragraphs with clear transitions between them. In addition, since this is a research paper, you will be graded on your ability to accurately and correctly cite your sources and create a Works Cited list. See the grading rubric for details. Tips for Identifying a Topic and Finding Sources Identifying a topic Your topic should be focused enough that you can describe, analyze and propose solutions to it in around 1000 words. It should also be something concrete or measurable. So for example, “racial discrimination” is real, but it is difficult to measure or to solve in the abstract and you cannot write an effective paper solving all of racial discrimination in 1000 words (you probably can’t even cover it all over several books). You should narrow the focus to something like racial discrimination in AirBnb rentals, because that’s something where we can prove its existence, identify causes, look at different perspectives for how to solve it, and identify solutions without getting lost in a maze of subtopics. If you need to broaden the focus from a more narrow starting place to fully understand the issue, that’s fine, but if you start too broad you will have a hard time finding sources that connect to each other in specific ways. Other tips for choosing a topic:

• Make sure your topic reflects a broad social issue, not an instance of discrimination coming from an individual or group of individuals, because you want to propose concrete solutions, not just “re-education” or “diversity awareness”.

• Do NOT choose an issue which has a strong “pro” and “con” camp but is debated on moral grounds, such as “abortion” or “gay marriage.” These are not problems which we can propose solutions to; the debate about them can only result in opinions.

• Do NOT choose something vague like “police brutality”. Papers on this topic in the past have mainly involved a long list of well-known cases, but the causes of the problem are different for each case, making a single argument about solutions almost impossible. Focus instead on a particular reason for tensions between the police and the community, such as the use of stop-and-frisk, “broken windows” police tactics, lack of racial diversity among some police forces, the use of military tactics by the police, the misuse or lack of body camera footage to accurately record encounters between police and citizens, and so on.

• Make sure to state your topic as a problem. For example, instead of saying that your topic is “bail reform” you would say that your problem is “the negative impact of cash bail on low-income communities”. Finding a primary source Refer to my list of suggested primary sources to help you identify a topic. If you choose your own topic, you should find a primary source that either discusses a personal, individual experience with the problem or that provides data demonstrating the problem. Either way, the primary source should prove that the problem exists. If you choose to use yourself as a primary source, you will describe your experience in the paper as evidence. If you choose to use a family member/friend/neighbor/classmate as your primary source, you will interview that person and cite the interview. Finding secondary sources The secondary sources (at least three) will serve two purposes:

1) they will give you background information to help you understand the problem better and

2) they will give you multiple perspectives on how to deal with the problem. Your job in looking through and identifying sources is to educate yourself on this topic, so you can make a clear argument about a possible response to it. You may read more than three sources, so make sure to keep track of everything that you read, in case you decide later that you want to use something from a source. Keep an eye out for sources which provide a broad overview and/or which provide multiple points of view about the topic. Try to get a range of ideas on how to solve it. Here are the types of sources you might look at:

• Encyclopedia entries on the issue (see the library’s encyclopedia databases like Gale Virtual Reference library)

• Historical or scholarly books, films, or TV

• Feature stories or opinion articles in newspapers, magazines or online that give context, interview experts and analyze the issue (try Lexis Uni database)

• Information from the website of a nonprofit (.org) or educational (.edu) source which has expertise in the issue (you must verify the reliability of such sources)

• Viewpoint articles from the database Opposing Viewpoints in Context

• Scholarly articles (see the database Academic Search Complete) I am happy to suggest one or more possible sources to you once you have decided on a topic, if you choose one of the suggested topics. Whatever topic you choose, you are also encouraged to visit the library reference desk for help finding sources. We will discuss how to decide whether you should use a source in class, and you will explain your reasoning to me in the Annotated Bibliography assignment.

Reflection Letter Guidelines for Paper 3 (Research Paper) Due: December 3, with final draft of paper NOTE: Unlike Paper 1 and Paper 2, the reflection letter for this paper will be worth 10% of the total grade on the paper. In order to get full credit, you need to

• write at least 400 words, in paragraph form

• reflect on all three of the key areas mentioned in an organized fashion, and

• make the letter relatively free of grammatical errors (proofread carefully). These are the areas your letter should discuss:

1. Your approach to the assignment:

• How do you understand the goals of this assignment, based on our conversations in class and the section called “Why are we doing this?” on the assignment sheet? Has this understanding changed at all as you started to write?

• What additional goals did you have for yourself on this paper? What did you do to meet them?

• What is the problem you addressed, and what do you see as your argument for how to address this problem?

• What type of publication were you targeting your opinion article for? How were you thinking of your audience while writing?

• What skills or strategies for the writing process did you use for this paper? Did you try anything new this time around?

• Identify at least two things you did between the rough drafts and this final draft to improve your paper and discuss how you went about making those changes.

• What were your biggest challenges while writing this paper?

• What do you think you did well on in this paper?

3. Your growth overall during the semester:

• Thinking back to Paper 1, where do you think you made the most improvement in your writing this semester?

• What were some of the biggest things you learned about yourself as a writer? What do you still need to remember or keep working on in the future?

• How do you see yourself applying what you learning in this class to your future classes or to life and work outside of school?

Submission Instructions (for all take-home essays)

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## Disadvantaged patients may seek care in emergency rooms because they have nowhere else to receive services.

Disadvantaged patients may seek care in emergency rooms because they have nowhere else to receive services..

## US Health Care

1. Identify a health problem in the US Health Care sector from the list below.
2.  Prepare a summary document using the required format.
3. The table should be single spaced and total no more than 2.5 pages in 11 to 12 point font. Except in the case of titles, use complete sentences, i.e. write using narrative format. Include a cover page and a list of references in APA Format.  No more than 15% of direct quotes or paraphrasing are permitted in the document.
4. Select from the following health problems. Note only three (3) to four (4) students may select each topic area. The Instructor will establish a conference to sign up these topics. First-come. First-served:
5. Tobacco dependency threatens the health of many Americans and it poses a preventable burden to the healthcare system.
6. It is not unusual for patients in US hospitals to acquire preventable diseases infections and conditions during their stay in the hospital.
7. A growing pool of patients is unable to read and write in the English language. Language is a barrier to effective care delivery as well as patient compliance.
8. Elderly and disabled patients with multiple medications are at risk of medication interactions and potential drug safety concerns.
9. Veterans may suffer from service-related injuries, both physical and mental health are concerns for the VA.
10. Not all medical devices are constructed safely.  Patients and providers rely on their safety.
11. Health care providers are scarce in certain low-income and rural underserved areas in the US, including Native American territories.
12. Disadvantaged patients may seek care in emergency rooms because they have nowhere else to receive services.
13. Disadvantaged children often do not have health insurance and do not receive the preventive care (such as vaccines and well-baby check-ups) that can avoid long-term health problems.

Disadvantaged patients may seek care in emergency rooms because they have nowhere else to receive services.