Justify the Use of Qualitative Designs: Case Study or Phenomenology
One of the many tasks involved in writing a dissertation or a research article is being able to justify the choice of one methodology over others. Just as critical to the feasibility of a study is the stated rationale for selecting a specific research design. This week, you are introduced to two research designs that have several features in common; there are also stark contrasts that are identifiable.
For this week’s assignment, consider what you have learned about the case study and phenomenological research designs. Using the same research problem developed in Week 1, how could you use these designs to gain insights to fulfill the purpose of your study?
Begin by selecting the approach that best fits the problem. Use the resources provided and at least three other peer-reviewed articles to defend your choice (two pages minimum). Create a one-page critique of the other research design that includes arguments why the design may not suitable for researching your problem. Include a summary of the key arguments for your choice.
A strategy entails a pattern of activities that one aims to follow in pursuit of long-term or short-term purposes. In other words, a strategy aims at giving a precise description of where we are now, where we want to go, and how we will get the intended position. It’s easy to lose sight of the big picture when you’re working on an advocacy campaign or developing a strategy to pass legislation or regulations. Having a strategy to get things going and keep them going is essential to your long-term success (Sheppard, 2017). As soon as you get started, it’s essential to lay out an action plan that outlines your current situation, where you want to go, and how you intend to get there (Cullerton et al., 2018).
My real-world advocacy strategy entails a course of actions and direction that will assist in managing relationships with the main objective being ensuring access to quality services and increased funding for mental health research. Advocating for mental health necessitates formulating a pattern of activities. The activities include coming up with ways of working effectively keeping into consideration various opportunities and challenges in the society of service. In this case, it is essential to focus on conducting quality research ensuring that the team is clear not only about the mental health topic but also any nuance around mental health (“connected stakeholder model: How advocates influence policy,” 2021). The second activity entails effective allocation of available resources to ensure that the mental health policy moves to legislation. The third activity in the advocacy strategy entails management of a reliable network with the stakeholders and the interest groups. Also, there is the employment of tailored messages aimed at persuading the policymakers.
It’s well-known that building personal relationships with lawmakers is the best way to get your message across. Despite advances in advocacy technology, social media strategies, and data-driven outreach, sometimes personal relationships are necessary to advance a cause (Cullerton et al., 2018). In this case, it is essential to focus on building relationships with lawmakers.
.Part 1: Choose a job held by a member of your group or a company of your choice and design a recruitment strategy, this report asks that you:
develop a job description, including, duties, tasks, and responsibilities, and the knowledge, skills, abilities and other competencies(KSAOs) required for success in the job
develop an objective, non-discriminatory recruitment process in order to generate a pool of qualified candidates
develop an objective selection process to determine the most appropriate candidate for the job
Amazon sells books, music, electronics, software, toys, and home improvement products online. In which product category does going online offer the greatest advantage compared to a retail store chain? In which product category does the online channel offer the smallest advantage (or a potential cost disadvantage) compared with a retail store chain? Why?
PROTOTYPE INTERFACE DESIGN FOR MOBILE APPLICATION
Use one of the online drawing tools ( see the list below) to develop an prototype interface for the following case.
You will be proving prototype interface design for GoldStar Bank’s Mobile App for its employees. The bank is helping companies to do online transaction for the customers who holds their credit card (GoldStar Bank Credit Card). Please consider the following parameters:
• The Bank’s has one big database where it keeps all customer data transactions.
• The Bank’s physical data center is in NYC, NY.
• Data center has the power to process 5000,000 customers a day
• Customers can use GoldStar Bank Credit Card on Internet /online shopping
• The Bank’s database can be accessed remotely by the customers and its employees
Design the prototype for the interface of the Mobile app for company employees. You should be drawing three diagrams
DIAGRAM DESIGN 1 ( Main screen of the Mobile app BANK’S MAIN WEB PAGE for employees )
MESSAGE FOR EMPLOYEE
ACCESS TO CUSTOMER ACCOUNTS
DIAGRAM DESIGN 2 (The user interface screen EMPLOYEE RELATIONS section. This will appear on the screen when the user selects EMPLOYEES section in the main page)
HUMAN RESOURCE DEPARTMENT
Throughout the semester we engaged with art, poetry, and writing that reflected the Romantic Period; and explored individuals engaging with Romanticism at the time. This paper aims to persuade the audience on Victor Patricio de Landaluze and his influence and work as a Romantic, despite Romanticism not being a prominent artistic movement in Cuba.
The Aesthetic Project; must be something created by hand during the semester; a dance, poem, an original song, story, etc. and related to the maternal/child content
Describe the motivation for choosing this artistic expression
Describe the meaning/symbolism of your work
How this assignment deepened your understanding of nursing as caring in maternal and/or pediatric nursing, as viewed through Roach’s 6 Cs, Carper’s Ways of Knowing, or Mayeroff’s Caring Ingredients
How the process of creating your aesthetic project may help you to respond to future calls to nursing using the concepts of caring science
Can you teach children tolerance and inclusiveness if they are already indoctrinated by societal intolerance? What if the children in “A Class Divided” had never had a follow-up class explaining brown eyes as an indicator of the smart people?
Develop a care plan that includes safe discharge information for a client with musculoskeletal trauma.
• Explain components of multidimensional nursing care for clients with musculoskeletal disorders.
Mr. Harry Roost is a 78-year old male being discharge after a fracture of his right tibia and fibula. He has a long leg cast that he will need to wear for the next 8 weeks. The nurses have observed him using a hanger to scratch the skin under the cast. The nurses have reminded him each time that he is not to put anything down his cast. He also sits on the side of the bed for long periods with his leg in a dependent position. He also gets up to go to the bathroom without calling for help. The staff have observed him hopping to the bathroom without using his crutches. He currently rates his pain 5/10.
Develop a care map for Mr. Roost using the template directly after these instructions. Include information important for his discharge home. For this assignment, include the following: assessment and data collection (including disease process, common labwork/diagnostics, subjective, objective, and health history data), three NANDA-I approved nursing diagnosis, one SMART goal for each nursing diagnosis, and two nursing interventions with rationale for each SMART goal for a client with a musculoskeletal disorder.