- Explain the diagnosis.
- Which cells are implicated in this diagnosis
Jose is a 55-year-old Hispanic, male, migrant worker who speaks limited English. He presented to the
emergency room with complaints of edema of the scrotum, urinary retention, and hematuria. He does not have
any pertinent past medical history. He is married and has five young children. He states he has been having
problems for a while but delayed seeing the doctor because of his work schedule and limited money. The
doctor performs a digital rectal examination in the office and finds that Jose’s prostate is enlarged.
Male reproductive disorders can make a great impact on the patient’s life. Based on the case study, answer the
following questions in your discussion post.
1-Discuss the potential disease processes and signs and symptoms related to the disease process that Jose
may be exhibiting?
2-How would you provide multidimensional care to include cultural, psychosocial, spiritual, physical, and
emotional needs for Jose?
Discuss how an organization can motivate its employees to maintain/increase their productivity and performance without significantly increasing employees’ compensation. Additionally, as a compensation consultant, how would you develop market value for positions within your organization? Propose a compensation plan to ensure that rewards (i.e., wages, benefits, and other compensation) match job duties, tasks, and responsibilities.
Traditionally, the role of the media has been to impartially relate the events of the day. However, in recent years, news sources have taken on a more ideological point of view. Why do you feel this has occurred?
In shaping your answer, make sure to include your opinion of what this means for the future of journalism in America. Is the media likely to return to impartially reporting news in the future, or could this trend of ideological bias grow even stronger? Also, provide an example that illustrates how the media and the electorate are shaped by one another
Identify one current social issue or event (e.g., diversity in the workplace, technology, outsourcing) and discuss how this issue or event affects industrial/organizational psychology. How could an Industrial/organizational psychologist help an organization with this issue? Be specific.
Whooping Cough is a disease that doctors may no longer recognize because it has become so rare. Alarms went off in California in the autumn of 2011 when nine infants died from the disease. There have been outbreaks of other preventable diseases such as a 2013 mumps outbreak in Monmouth County New Jersey, and a 2015 measles outbreak at Disneyland in California. In 200 to 400 words, please discuss a recent outbreak. Include at last two scholarly references (using APA formatting and style) to guide your discussion.
Think about how you would feel if there were no rules regarding how your credit card information was stored on merchants’ websites. Consider whether you would purchase items online. Would the Internet be as big as it is today if we had no laws or information security policies regarding data that makes up an e-commerce transaction? Provide rationale for your answer.
Imagine that you work for an organization that has no Internet use policy. Employees use the Internet in whatever way they want using company-owned personal computers. Could this cause a problem for the organization? Why or why not?
Fully address the questions in this discussion; provide valid rationale for your choices, where applicable; and respond to at least two other students’ views.
Imagine you’re in a room with a group of stakeholders, each of whom has the power to alter the course of your professional life. If you impress them, they’ll fund your project and champion you as a leader. If you falter, you’ll exit the room with a tarnished reputation. Are you prepared to handle a moment like this, even when it is unexpected? How do you set yourself up for success when so much is on the line? In this course, Jenna Lange shares techniques that can help you manage your message, your mindset, and your stakeholders when the stakes are high. Learn how to build concise, effective messages, manage your body language, avoid common pitfalls, and more. Along the way, Jenna shares case studies and surprising personal experiences that lend a real-world context to each concept.
Deliver concise messages
Use stories to compel and convey a point
Maintain the right mindset
Manage your physical presence
Connect with individual stakeholders
Manage multiple stakeholders
Avoid messaging pitfalls
Analyze and describe the agonist-antagonist activity of the drugs, and the receptor types and subtypes on which the drugs will exert their pharmacological action. Indicate if these drugs will reverse or slow the disease process, or if they will only help ameliorate symptoms.
Describe the key classes of drugs used to treat your selected disorder. A “class” of drug usually indicates the drug’s mechanism of action (how the drug exerts is pharmacological effects on the body). Be sure to explain why this class of drugs or classes of drugs would be helpful in treating your selected disorder by describing the action of these drugs on the neurotransmitter system(s) involved in the disease process. Within each class of drug, there will be one or more drugs available on the market for use in clinical management, and examples of these should be included in your discussion.