Your slide deck will present your analysis of Londa Schiebinger’s essay “The Gen

Your slide deck will present your analysis of Londa Schiebinger’s essay “The Gendered Ape” and the endnote citations that accompany it. Your slide deck will present your responses to this prompt:
Answer the standard secondary source questions: Who created this? What are the relevant details of their biography? Where and when did this source first appear? What sources does it use? (Primary or secondary? What types of sources? Who created the sources it uses?)
Give your evaluation of the quality of the secondry source as a reading using the CRAAP test. Show your work.
In your own words, summarize the story Schiebinger tells/the argument she is making. What is she trying to convince the reader about in this essay? What does she want you to think about this history when you’ve finished reading the essay?
Explain how Schiebinger uses her evidence (primary and secondary sources, visual evidence) to support her argument. You should carefully review her citations when analyzing the essay.
Whenever you use language taken directly from Schiebinger, you must quote her. Otherwise, you should paraphrase or summarize her writing. Whenever you do any of those things or otherwise refer to material in her paper, make sure to include the relevant page number(s), like this: (Schiebinger, 1993, p. 75).
Writing counts for the grading of this assignment, so make sure to carefully revise and proofread your prose. Slideshows are also a visual medium, so think carefully about visual design. You can get bonus points for a creative and visually engaging submission.
NO PLAGIARISM OR USE OF CHAT GPT ALLOWED

Aim: The primary aim of this dissertation is to investigate the potential relati

Aim:
The primary aim of this dissertation is to investigate the potential relationship between caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy and the risk of postpartum depression. Specifically, it aims to determine whether higher levels of caffeine and alcohol intake are associated with an increased risk of postpartum depression in mothers.
Objectives:
– To review and synthesise existing literature on the effects of caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy on maternal mental health, with a focus on postpartum depression.
– To examine the prevalence of caffeine and alcohol consumption among pregnant women and their postpartum depression rates.
– To assess the potential biological and psychological mechanisms that may link caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy to an elevated risk of postpartum depression.
– To explore the sociodemographic and lifestyle factors that could modify the relationship between caffeine/alcohol consumption and postpartum depression risk.
– To provide evidence-based recommendations for healthcare professionals and policymakers regarding caffeine and alcohol consumption guidelines for pregnant women.
Activities:
1. Literature Review: Conduct an extensive review of peer-reviewed articles, books, and research papers related to caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy and its potential impact on postpartum depression.
2. Data Analysis: Employ statistical software to analyse the collected data, employing appropriate statistical tests (e.g., regression analysis) to determine the relationship between caffeine/alcohol consumption and postpartum depression while controlling for confounding variables.
3. Interviews and Surveys: Administer interviews and surveys to postpartum women to gather qualitative information regarding their caffeine and alcohol consumption patterns and their experiences with postpartum depression.
4. Biological Mechanism Investigation: Collaborate with experts in the field to explore the potential biological mechanisms through which caffeine and alcohol may affect postpartum depression risk, such as hormonal changes, neurotransmitter alterations, or placental transfer.
5. Policy and Guideline Recommendations: Based on the findings, formulate evidence-based recommendations for healthcare professionals and policymakers on safe levels of caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy to minimise the risk of postpartum depression.
6. Thesis Writing: Compile the research findings into a comprehensive dissertation, including the introduction, literature review, methodology, results, discussion, and conclusion, adhering to academic writing standards.
7. Peer Review and Ethical Considerations: Ensure that the dissertation adheres to ethical standards in research and submit it for peer review to receive feedback and suggestions for improvement.
Layout:
• Abstract
• Introduction
• Methods
• Results
• Discussion
– Typically you should write in the style of a research article – use headings and sub-headings to break up your work and make it easier to read and understand (not one long narrative).
– Try to put your own spin/interpretation on things rather than regurgitating.
– Write across the page and not in columns and make sure that figures with their title and legend are on the same page.
– Have headings as signposts.
– Tables and figures also tell a story, and breaks up dense text, but make sure you cite them in the text.
– Number and label tables and figures separately, and cite the source unless you drew them yourself from your own analysis. – – Don’t forget figure legends.
Figures:
• Not too many bells and whistles. Clarity is vital.
• Make sure that diagrams and figures are relevant and without lots of extraneous information – figures are there to support your argument. How many figures are appropriate?
• Make sure you make the appropriate acknowledgement. It is often better to create your own figures.
• There should be a good blend of diagrams, figures and tables.
• It is important to have each one labelled with a number, title and legend. They must all be referred to in the text.
References:
– Please make sure the references are mostly from British authors or based in the UK.
– Please make sure the references are dated in the last 5-7 years max.
– Please make sure to get a range of evidence from different sources (systematic reviews, RCTs, opinion articles, etc)

Aim: The primary aim of this dissertation is to investigate the potential relati

Aim:
The primary aim of this dissertation is to investigate the potential relationship between caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy and the risk of postpartum depression. Specifically, it aims to determine whether higher levels of caffeine and alcohol intake are associated with an increased risk of postpartum depression in mothers.
Objectives:
– To review and synthesise existing literature on the effects of caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy on maternal mental health, with a focus on postpartum depression.
– To examine the prevalence of caffeine and alcohol consumption among pregnant women and their postpartum depression rates.
– To assess the potential biological and psychological mechanisms that may link caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy to an elevated risk of postpartum depression.
– To explore the sociodemographic and lifestyle factors that could modify the relationship between caffeine/alcohol consumption and postpartum depression risk.
– To provide evidence-based recommendations for healthcare professionals and policymakers regarding caffeine and alcohol consumption guidelines for pregnant women.
Activities:
1. Literature Review: Conduct an extensive review of peer-reviewed articles, books, and research papers related to caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy and its potential impact on postpartum depression.
2. Data Analysis: Employ statistical software to analyse the collected data, employing appropriate statistical tests (e.g., regression analysis) to determine the relationship between caffeine/alcohol consumption and postpartum depression while controlling for confounding variables.
3. Interviews and Surveys: Administer interviews and surveys to postpartum women to gather qualitative information regarding their caffeine and alcohol consumption patterns and their experiences with postpartum depression.
4. Biological Mechanism Investigation: Collaborate with experts in the field to explore the potential biological mechanisms through which caffeine and alcohol may affect postpartum depression risk, such as hormonal changes, neurotransmitter alterations, or placental transfer.
5. Policy and Guideline Recommendations: Based on the findings, formulate evidence-based recommendations for healthcare professionals and policymakers on safe levels of caffeine and alcohol consumption during pregnancy to minimise the risk of postpartum depression.
6. Thesis Writing: Compile the research findings into a comprehensive dissertation, including the introduction, literature review, methodology, results, discussion, and conclusion, adhering to academic writing standards.
7. Peer Review and Ethical Considerations: Ensure that the dissertation adheres to ethical standards in research and submit it for peer review to receive feedback and suggestions for improvement.
Layout:
• Abstract
• Introduction
• Methods
• Results
• Discussion
– Typically you should write in the style of a research article – use headings and sub-headings to break up your work and make it easier to read and understand (not one long narrative).
– Try to put your own spin/interpretation on things rather than regurgitating.
– Write across the page and not in columns and make sure that figures with their title and legend are on the same page.
– Have headings as signposts.
– Tables and figures also tell a story, and breaks up dense text, but make sure you cite them in the text.
– Number and label tables and figures separately, and cite the source unless you drew them yourself from your own analysis. – – Don’t forget figure legends.
Figures:
• Not too many bells and whistles. Clarity is vital.
• Make sure that diagrams and figures are relevant and without lots of extraneous information – figures are there to support your argument. How many figures are appropriate?
• Make sure you make the appropriate acknowledgement. It is often better to create your own figures.
• There should be a good blend of diagrams, figures and tables.
• It is important to have each one labelled with a number, title and legend. They must all be referred to in the text.
References:
– Please make sure the references are mostly from British authors or based in the UK.
– Please make sure the references are dated in the last 5-7 years max.
– Please make sure to get a range of evidence from different sources (systematic reviews, RCTs, opinion articles, etc)

A 70-year-old woman has scheduled an initial evaluation with you. Her medical di

A 70-year-old woman has scheduled an initial evaluation with you. Her medical diagnoses include hypertension, hyperglycemia, mild obesity, and hyperlipidemia. Her psychiatric diagnoses include anxiety and depression. Her current medications are atorvastatin 20 mg daily for seven years, Ozempic 1 mg injection weekly for three years, lisinopril 10 mg daily for 10 years, and Abilify 5 mg daily for six years.
Labs: Fasting Blood Glucose – 115, HbgA1C – 6.9, Total Cholesterol – 200, LDL – 100, HDL – 37. Her height is 5’2” and her weight is 176 pounds. Her blood pressure was 146/83 upon arrival at the office.
During your interview, she explains she became depressed following the death of her husband seven years ago. She became anxious about performing everyday tasks without him present. After starting Abilify, she gained 25 pounds and required an increased dose of atorvastatin and Ozempic. She has been unable to lose the weight she gained and tries to closely monitor her dietary intake due to her persistently elevated glucose but reports still craving carbohydrates. Her depression has improved slightly but she is still anxious to go out alone, so she no longer goes for daily walks to exercise.
  Questions:
What advice or modifications to his treatment regimen would you recommend for your new patient as a PMHNP? (Discuss a minimum of two). Please support your answer with research-based evidence.
If you suggested additional medication, look up your state’s prescribing laws. Are PMHNP’s able to prescribe the medication you recommended? Stay within the scope of practice.
Please include the subjective and objective information in this post.

Module 1 Draft Essay Question WORD LIMIT: 500-1000 words As you have a further q

Module 1 Draft Essay Question
WORD LIMIT: 500-1000 words
As you have a further qualification in diabetes, you are being assigned to join a multi-professional team, who have been tasked with PREVENTING diabetes occurring in your locality.
With reference to the literature, discuss the following areas/considerations/points:
What healthcare professionals should be represented on this team, and outline each of their contributions?
What are the evidence-based interventions that would be needed to prevent diabetes in your locality?
How would you identify the at-risk individuals in your population?
What resources would be needed for this project?
How would you decide if the interventions you decided upon were being effective?
to include the reference American Diabetic Association and European Association for study of Diabetes and related others

Essay prompt: In the film “Unnatural Causes: In Sickness and in Wealth,” Dr. Ade

Essay prompt:
In the film “Unnatural Causes: In Sickness and in Wealth,” Dr. Adewale Troutman says: “I do push personal responsibility. I do push self-determination in health. But it has to be seen in the context of the broader issues of social determinants, which are the major forces that shape the health outcomes of people and communities.” What are the social determinants of health and how do they affect the health of individuals and communities?
Your essay should
be 4-5 pages long (minimum 1250 words)
have a clear thesis statement
use at least FIVE separate readings or videos from the class
have references in either APA, MLA or Chicago style
Here is a list of the class material from the first four topics. Use material from THIS LIST ONLY in your paper. (You will need full citations.)
Kleinman, “Meanings of symptoms and disorders”
Zaharias, “What is narrative-based medicine?”
Video: “My Life, My Story” https://youtu.be/fpzgVlExS20?si=Dj0heNE7pHr6it4d
Payer, Medicine and Culture excerpts
Videos: “French health care” and “How French Health Care Compares to the US”  

Farmer, “On suffering and structural violence”
Video: “Unnatural Causes”
https://www.kanopy.com/en/product/62769?vp=ou
Zhang, “Discrimination in pain medication”
Wailoo, “Pain gap”
Bever, “From heart disease to IUDs: How doctors dismiss women’s pain”
Martin and Montagne, “Nothing Protects Black Women From Dying in Pregnancy and Childbirth”
Videos: “Racial bias in hospital algorithm” and “Bias in medicine”
https://www.pbs.org/newshour/show/racial-bias-in-widely-used-hospital-algorithm-study-finds
Readings are listed by author in files

Please write an activity section essay with up to 1325 characters on being a vol

Please write an activity section essay with up to 1325 characters on being a volunteer in a physical therapy clinic. Create a story about how being a volunteer in the clinic was a meaningful experience in my journey to apply for medical school by creating a patient encounter story. In this story, focus on a patient who was recovering from a stroke he suffered 8 months ago, Include my responsibilities at the clinic of helping the patient in exercises, the impact I made, the qualities I demonstrated, what I learned, and how I grew from the experience.

Please answer the prompt: What is your most meaningful experience that is german

Please answer the prompt: What is your most meaningful experience that is germane to your pursuit of a health professional career? To note, I have scribed in the emergency department, volunteered in the hospital in the stroke and surgical intensive care unit, and interned as a physical therapy aide. Please create a story on a patient encounter who was recovering from a stroke had trusted me with something (whether it was taking their medications, doing an ambulatory movement they had not done before, etc.) which was my most meaningful experience that further made me want to purse becoming a physician.