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Follow the instruction to write 2000words paper

Please make sure the quality is good this is a master project

All the work must be original

Turnitin report is required

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Write one page discussing (https://medium.com/@tjholowaychuk/aws-lambda-lifecycle-and-in-memory-caching-c9cd0844e072)

  • What is Lambda
  • How does it function
  • What can it be used for
  • How would you use it?

Write another page discussing

  • Serverless computing is also known as Serverless Architecture and Serverless Framework
  • Compare Lambda and Serverless Computing (are they the same or different?)

Total of 2 pages

APA Format

In-text Citations

References

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This is question about the globaliz ation economy. So please answer it as detailed as possible

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Attached is a document of Week 14 : Trigonometric Equations & Special Formulas. Complete the document

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Develop a hospital emergency management committee. How is it structured?

What is their purpose and responsibilities?

Who should be on your EMC and why?

below just an introduction to understand

What do you envision when you hear the term Emergency Management Committee? Who sits in the chairs? Who SHOULD sit in the chairs? Speaking of chairs, who occupies the Chair’s chair? What qualifications should the members have? What is the EMC expected to do? Once again, this entity is far different today than it was in the early days of the hospital Disaster Committee.

Weekly Objectives:

Describe how to develop a healthcare emergency management committee.

Understand the roles and responsibilities of a healthcare emergency management committee.

Review the standards requirements regarding who should be included on EM Committees and discuss (ie; TJC, ACS Trauma Regs)

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arguing to stop childhood hunger in the United States

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B241

Assignment 1:

1. Find and read the following cases from the Research Toolbox from your left navigation bar

City of Everett Washington v.Mitchell, 631 P.2d 366, Web 1981 Wash. Lexis 1139 Supreme Court of Washington.

Welles v. Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences, Web 2004 U.S.Dist. Lexis (2004) United States District Court for the Central District of California.

Mesaros v.United States, 845 F.2d 1576, Web 1988 U.S.App Lexis 6055, United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Check the Legal Cases tab if you have trouble findng the cases on the internet or ask our wonderful librarian to help you. See Discussion Board for how to communicate with her.

2. Answer the following questions:

  • What theory does the court use to evaluate the contract?
  • What is the objective theory of contracts?
  • When will a court set aside a contract?
  • Should an advertisement be treated as an offer rather than an invitation to make an offer? Why or why not?

3. Post your answer ander the Discussion Board forum ” Week 4: Contract Cases.”

4. Reply to at least two of your classmates.

Assignment 2:

1. Find and read the following cases from the Research Toolbox link from your left navigation bar

  • Jones v. Free Flight Sport Aviation , Inc. 623 P.370, Web 1981 Colo. Lexis 571, Supreme Court of Colorado.
  • Flood v. Fidelity & Guaranty Life Insurance Co. 394 So 2d 1311; Web 1981 La App Lexis 3538 Court of Appeal of Louisiana.

2. Answer the following questions

  • Should a person be allowed to disaffirm a contract he or she made as a minor after reaching the age of minority?
  • What is a reasonable length of time after reaching the age of majority to permit disaffirmance?
  • What ethical considerations are involved in these cases?

3. Reply to at least two of your classmates.

Assignment 3:

Part A–do parts (1) and (2).

1. Provide examples of a PATENT, TRADEMARK AND COPYRIGHT.

Post the example on the Discussion Board. You might find an example right in your home or office. Look around.

2. Give a brief summary of the facts and court’s holding in a recent case (no more than 5 years old) dealing with one of these subjects (patents, trademark and copyright) Do you agree with the court’s decision?

AND DO PART B below as well!!!

Part B

1. Post some current legal case or article or problem that is being confronted with the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (DUET). Answer as well:

Were there any objections to the Act’s passage?

What implications are there for trademarks, patents and copyrights with internet use.

Is there any protection for the patent ,trademark or copyright holder? If so, what were they?

2. Reply to at least two of your classmates.

FYI: Make sure you answer both parts A & B.

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Week 2 Written Assignment

Please answer the following questions in at least one (1) paragraph per question, using complete sentences. Make sure to list all references using APA format (as urls/web addresses alone are insufficient) and apply double spaced sentences to your submission.

  • Research a real world of a person who violated Health Insurance Portability and Accountability (HIPAA) Act. You can use the university’s library to locate this information.
    • In your own words, please describe the incident and the outcome of the HIPAA violation.
    • As a medical professional and consumer of healthcare, why is patient confidentiality important?
    • What are the consequences of breach of patient confidentiality?
    • Are these consequences sufficient to deter breaches?
    • As a medical professional, what is your role in preventing HIPAA violations?

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Please respond to the following posts;

Module 5 – Discussion 1 – Yolanda L



“Although social and economic policies are not considered part of health services infrastructure, such policies may influence health and disease by altering social determinants of health” (Osypuk et al, 2014). The disparities that impact vulnerable populations are intertwined in many cases with the political focus that is taking place within our world. As legislators continue to argue over the best way to handle the health care crisis, we see an increasing number of those that are part of vulnerable populations looking for answers and assistance and yet not being heard by legislatures as they are not the “majority”. Unfortunately, those that are not the “majority” are often the ones that need services such as healthcare the most, and the impact that political affiliations and debates have on this topic is alarming. Instead of fixing the issues in most cases they are adding to the disparities that exist and widening the gap. “ Health care and public health policies directly target health, through, e.g., health services, provision of health insurance, and prevention (e.g. immunization) programs. In contrast, social policies may indirectly influence health by virtue of their influence on social or economic outcomes (including income, education, employment, housing, marriage). Since these social and economic factors are also causes of health, they can then in turn can affect health” (Osypuk et al, 2014). Much of the fragmentation that exists can simply be based on differences of opinion and an argument over power. Research has shown that based on political party affiliations we are often found to look at these disparities in healthcare in certain ways, and to either accept or deny the existence of challenges and thus impact the number of disparities that are present (University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication, 2019). We see this as we all agree that the healthcare insurance needs an overhaul for example, and yet the need for control and exercise of power between political parties leaves those that need healthcare wondering if they have been forgotten.

References:

Osypuk, T. L., Joshi, P., Geronimo, K., & Acevedo-Garcia, D. (2014). Do Social and Economic Policies Influence Health? A Review. Current epidemiology reports, 1(3), 149–164. doi:10.1007/s40471-014-0013-5

University of Pennsylvania Annenberg School for Communication. (2019, April 18). Political values influence people’s response to health disparities messages. Retrieved from https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2014/02/1402…


Sociopolitical Factors & Vulnerability Module 5 Discussion 1

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Factors that contribute to fragmented and marginally effective services for vulnerable populations include education, attitude, and knowledge along with the skills necessary for providing quality care to a diverse population (Stange,2009). Fixated research on the type of service needed by a specific vulnerable population is required to understand the behavior and the treatment needed to accommodate individuals in need. Some causes of fragmentation are inefficiency, ineffectiveness, inequality and deprofessionalization. Politics play a role in fragmentation because politicians can’t fully address issues, they have little or no knowledge about. To improve health care the hard and joyful choices necessary to reduce fragmentation anticipates politicians to think and act differently as if they were affected (Stange,2009). A few sociopolitical forces that create barriers and challenges are an individual’s income, level of education, occupation, and neighborhood conditions. One factor creates challenges in the health care of individuals with certain occupations, their less accessible to a job that provides benefits, health insurance, dental coverage so the quality of health is determined to be lower than an individual with a better occupation.







Stange, K. C. (2009, March). The problem of fragmentation and the need for integrative solutions. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC26539…

Serving Vulnerable Populations Module 5 Discussion 2

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Vulnerable population- People that are experiencing homelessness.

Why this population is considered vulnerable? Individuals that are experiencing homelessness are at an increased risk for adverse health related outcomes.

The Homelessness Prevention Administration (HPA) works tirelessly to keep New Yorkers in their homes. This is a wonderful program that works with many housing organizations within New York City to prevent homelessness. Prevention is the best way to treat the ongoing issue of individuals not having a secure place to live.

HPA Website:

https://www1.nyc.gov/site/hra/help/homelessness-prevention.page

For more information on HPA, please call the Info line at 718-557-1399.

One of the many services provided by this organization is free legal services for those individuals that may be facing an eviction. The website also provides a lot of information about tenant rights, which is very important for anyone that is in a renting situation to understand.

The primary goal of this resource is to prevent homelessness from occurring in the first place. They do this by offering many free resources for tenants that could be facing eviction. They also offer cash assistance to eligible individuals.







From my overview of this initiative I cannot see any obvious barriers that would reduce the effectiveness of this service. A simple Google search and anyone could easily find this resource. I am sure that they could use more funding, as with any non profit service.

The Migrant Clinician Network Module 5 Discussion 2

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Migrant workers belong to a population that is underserved, in part because of the lack of resources, communication, and education within healthcare. Migrant workers can be an individual to entire families that migrate from their home country to another country for work (Migrant Clinicians Network [MCN], 2017). There are also workers known as agricultural workers who migrate within one country and usually during the seasons to find work (MCN, 2017). With the constant changes between communities and exposure to dangerous work conditions, migrant workers are at a greater risk for health concerns and often have little to no resources to seek medical treatment (MCN, 2017).

A resource that is in place to help address the underserved migrant population is the Migrant Clinicians Network. The MCN has multiple programs in place to benefit workers and their families. Examples include the migrant health promotion which aims to help farmworkers and families to improve their health through education, and the college assistant migrant program, which can assist a farmworker or their children who are enrolled in undergraduate studies (MCN, 2017). In relation to healthcare, the MCN aims to help clinicians in Federally Qualified Health centers with support, assistance, and professional development (MCN, 2017). Essentially, the MCN is a place to provide resources for workers and their families to aid with the inability to receive follow up care if the worker moves.







A barrier that may hinder the effectiveness of the MCN is the frequent discussion of the migrant status which shifts focus away from the health crisis towards this population (MCN, 2017). Unfortunately, this population is frequently subjected to political opinions which may lead the population to become afraid to seek help or treatment.

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Must have the book Social problems: Societal Crisis, Capitalism, & Democracy by KIm Macinnis

must make references from the book and use citations as outside research and sources are forbidden and will result in a failing grade.

Choose a film from the list provided

– Do not summarize the film. You can include a few sentences describing the main theme but if you summarize the entire film, you will lose significant points.

– Choose an article from the textbook and write about how it relates to the film. It must be apparent that you are including material from the article. Use citations when necessary. Do not use outside resources. You will lose points.

– The assignment should be an intertwining of material from the film and material from the textbook.

– You also need to include your thoughts as well.

800 word minimum