Journal Analysis

For many, getting published in a respected peer-reviewed journal is the pinnacle of accomplishments, while others prefer measuring success in terms of the impact they have on others. Assume your goal as a professional is not to just create new and useful knowledge, but to actually make things better due to the work you have done. Attack or defend the notion that it isn’t good enough to solve a problem if you haven’t also shown how others can benefit from it and package the results in understandable and compelling ways so that typical professionals can benefit from it.

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Journal Entry

Write a reflective journal entry describing an “Aha!” moment of learning you experienced or important insight you gained during this module. Be specific and provide concrete examples. Cite (from the Learning Resources) your own investigation online and in the Walden Library, and call on your personal and professional experiences to support your ideas. Explain what stood out to you from this module’s Assignments and/or Discussions. Be specific, and provide concrete examples.

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Journal entry describing an “Aha!” moment

Write a reflective journal entry describing an “Aha!” moment of learning you experienced or important insight you gained during this module. Be specific and provide concrete examples. Cite (from the Learning Resources) your own investigation online and in the Walden Library, and call on your personal and professional experiences to support your ideas. Explain what stood out to you from this module’s Assignments and/or Discussions. Be specific, and provide concrete examples.

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JOURNAL articles

https://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/78053/1/MPRA_paper_78053.pdf
  1. Read the first 13 pages of the above attached paper which discusses the effect of government intervention on recessions.
  2. Locate two JOURNAL articles which discuss this topic further. You need to focus on the Abstract, Introduction, Results, and Conclusion. For our purposes, you are not expected to fully understand the Data and Methodology.
  3. Summarize these journal articles with minimum 350 words. Please use your own words. No copy-and-paste. Cite your sources.

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Journal Entry

Refer to the current Clinical Guidelines found in this week’s Learning Resources and consider how these
guidelines inform your clinical experience.
Refer to your FNP or AGPCNP Clinical Skills and Procedures Self-Assessment Form you submitted in Week 1,
and consider how your self-assessment might inform your Assignment.
Refer to your Patient Log in Meditrek and reflect on Weeks 6–10 of your clinical experience, and reflect on your
observations and experiences with patients during this time.
Journal Entry #2 (450–500 words):
In your journal entry, answer the following questions:
What did you learn from this experience?
What resources did you have available?
What evidence-based practice did you use for this patient?
What new skills are you learning?
What would you do differently?
How are you managing patient flow and volume?
Communicating and Feedback
Ask yourself the following self-reflective questions:
How might I improve on my skills and knowledge, and how do I communicate that back to my Preceptor?
How am I doing? What is missing?
What type of feedback am I receiving from my Preceptor?

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Criminal Justice Reflection Journal

Part 1 of M3 Reflection Journal is based on what you have learned in M3 Module Material: Victim-offender
overlap, and What Works in crime prevention.
M3 MATERIAL: Victim-offender overlap, and What Works in crime prevention :(4 theories of victimization4
theories of victimization
Victim-offender overlap
Clarifying the victim-offender overlap
Judging theories by their application to practice
Martinson and “nothing works”
What works for crime prevention?
Early childhood education programs
PART 1
*Formulate three critical questions about the things you have learned there:
Critical Question 1:
Critical Question 2:
Critical Question 3:
Part 2. Listen to Act 2 of This American Life episode about the similarity of experiences between inner-city kids
and war veterans (23-minute audio).
In Country, in City
https://www.thisamericanlife.org/484/doppelgangers/act-two-0Links to an external site.
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After listening to this podcast episode, answer the following questions in a 2-3 paragraph essay:
What do you think about the effects of a neighborhood on kids?
Is it really disorganization or would you say there are more serious problems running deep in poor inner-city
neighborhoods?
Is crime more about communities where we live than individual characteristics?
You can write your essay in Microsoft Word and attach the file to this submission.
Clearly indicate Part 1 and Part 2 of your answer.

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DRP/Journal Adaptation Discussion

Discuss how you learn to pare down your doctoral research project to adapt it for publication. Which sections are essential? What do you think will be the most difficult part to shorten? Resources:
Elsevier Journals. (2012, January 13). How to get published #01: Preparing your manuscript [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/6I6IcfkowRE [Run time: 6:46.] Elsevier Journals. (2012, January 13). How to get published #02: Using proper manuscript language [Video file]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/t9yX_0vSmQI

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Criminal Justice Reflection Journal

Part 1 of M3 Reflection Journal is based on what you have learned in M3 Module Material: Victim-offender
overlap, and What Works in crime prevention.
M3 MATERIAL: Victim-offender overlap, and What Works in crime prevention :(4 theories of victimization4
theories of victimization
Victim-offender overlap
Clarifying the victim-offender overlap
Judging theories by their application to practice
Martinson and “nothing works”
What works for crime prevention?
Early childhood education programs
PART 1
*Formulate three critical questions about the things you have learned there:
Critical Question 1:
Critical Question 2:
Critical Question 3:
Part 2. Listen to Act 2 of This American Life episode about the similarity of experiences between inner-city kids
and war veterans (23-minute audio).
In Country, in City
https://www.thisamericanlife.org/484/doppelgangers/act-two-0Links to an external site.
Screen Shot 2020-12-06 at 9.10.46 PM.png
After listening to this podcast episode, answer the following questions in a 2-3 paragraph essay:
What do you think about the effects of a neighborhood on kids?
Is it really disorganization or would you say there are more serious problems running deep in poor inner-city
neighborhoods?
Is crime more about communities where we live than individual characteristics?
You can write your essay in Microsoft Word and attach the file to this submission.
Clearly indicate Part 1 and Part 2 of your answer.

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