pharmacology tuberculosis

journal article attached answer questions below in 300 words

Tuberculosis organism that has built up a resistance.

  • Define the organism, the drug(s) or immunization that it is resistant to, why this may have occurred and include the alternative pharmacological that will be used to combat the micro-organism.
  • Explain, in detail, the nursing assessment for identifying the resistance, the nursing care that is implemented, labs that are monitored and the education that must be given to clients, especially in regards to preventing resistance in the future.
  • Include one case example. This can be a scenario you have experienced at work or have found in the literature.
  • You should have a minimum of two (2) references.

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risk assessment for the company and answer the questions 1 what are possible risks to this business 2 research solutions you would recommend for this business explain 3 create an attack tree showing threats that may impact the abc learning ce

Lab project ABC Learning Center is a child care center the uses a local area network to run its business. Employees use a computer in the main room to check children in and out and complete of other necessary paperwork for the center. Records and financial information are kept on another computer located in a back room restricted to employees only. A Web server is also hosted in the back room; a router provides access to the Internet via a broadband DSL connection. The center does not use antivirus software, as the Internet access was primarily implemented to broadcast images from a webcam in the main room so that parents can check on the children via the Internet. Since you are enrolled in a Security Assessment and Auditing class at Tarrant County College, you have been recommended to assist ABC Company with a risk assessment. Complete the following questions based on information provided, (over). 1. What are possible risks to this business? 2. Research solutions you would recommend for this business. Explain. 3. Create an attack tree showing threats that may impact the ABC Learning Center. Please use the correct symbols.

resume and cover letter 26

An applicant’s professional history and qualifications are outlined in a resume. A cover letter is a way for the applicant to make a professional introduction to the hiring manager and demonstrate an interest in the company.

Develop a current resume and create a formal cover letter for a position for which you would like to apply. Create both the cover letter and resume using a professionally accepted format provided on the Resume-Resources website, located in the Topic Materials.

Include the following:

  1. Resume: Detail your overall education, credentials, and professional experience, such as licenses, earned degrees, certifications, professional experiences, previous positions held, membership in professional organizations, publications, and skills.
  2. Write a one-page double spaced introductory cover letter in which you explain your professional objectives, professional interests, and strengths as an applicant.
  3. Prior to submission, share your resume with a colleague and obtain feedback. Revise your resume as needed

do you believe adolescent development is based on genes the environment or individual construction do you believe that in order to promote advanced psychological adolescent development secondary schools should facilitate access to all sources of info

Given your assigned readings this week, do you believe adolescent development is based on genes, the environment, or individual construction? Briefly describe your thoughts in your own words (minimum 1-2 paragraphs)

Given your assigned readings this week, do you believe that in order to promote advanced psychological adolescent development, secondary schools should facilitate access to all sources of information to students? Briefly describe why or why not? (minimum 1-2 paragraphs)

Please feel free to refer to the material found in your textbook, as well as refer to any journals or scholarly articles that will be of assistance in answering the questions. Please be sure to cite the material you have gathered from your textbook or other sources and to use APA Style formatting. If you need additional assistance with APA Style

Please check the spelling and format requested APA

It is needed by Friday, February 14, 2020

for this program element each student will write and submit a leadership philosophy statement and management preparation statement in which you will answer two questions

For this program element each student will write and submit a leadership philosophy statement and management preparation statement in which you will answer two questions.

The first question asks you to describe principles that define your approach to leadership.

The second question ask you to then back these principles up with evidence of how you have applied them.

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hello everyone I’m having some difficulty with staying in the negative in my income statement and cashflow statement. I’ve done all the work and just need some help adjusting the numbers because everything I try still keeps me in the negative. Thanks

cl assignment

CL Assignment

Dear All,

I hope that all of you are doing great! : ) I’m attaching the instructions for the CL Assignment (it’s a word document) here. CLassignment_instructions_Aug18.docx Please read the instructions and feel free to start working on the assignment right away (you have everything you need to work on the assignment!)! If you’d like, you can submit the assignment much before it’s due! The assignment is really fun and helpful. So, please check it out and do your best job while working at it.

The checklist for success for CL Assignment:

  1. Please make sure that you complete the assignment and submit it to the CL Assignment Box here in Canvas. The assignment is a big percentage of your grade (i.e., 18%), so please make sure that you complete the assignment! 🙂
  2. Finish the assignment before or by the time it’s due! It helps if you start and finish it much earlier than the deadline. Only assignments that are submitted to the assignment box and on time are accepted. 🙂
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  6. It’s important that you make sure that your writing is professional. So, edit your writing once you’re done! This is an opportunity for you to practice and improve your writing and grammar skills!
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week 5 discussion reply 3

Please respond to the following two post 150 words, with one reference each

there are 2 posts, so 300 words total. add reference and in text citations


Public health nurses can acquire important knowledge, competencies, and skills to promote and protect the health of communities and populations by understanding and applying CBPR approaches. These competencies and skills are requisite for public health nurses to serve in contemporary, evolving roles with communities and populations that face complex, multifaceted challenges. such as public health threats that affect at-risk populations (e.g., lack of access to health care, emerging infectious diseases, poor environmental and living conditions, the epidemic of overweight and obesity, and the culture of substance use and abuse).

The nature of many threats is not unlike threats that faced PHN leaders in the early 20th century. They involve an appreciation of culture, economics, politics, and psychosocial problems as determinants of health and illness.

Public health nurses can enhance these skills by interacting with community members and using active communication to gain in-depth insights about the community’s assets and needs. Cultural competence helps public health nurses understand invisible factors in the community that promote health and prevent disease, such as assets, values, strengths, and special characteristics of the communities (Anderson & McFarlane, 2011). Perry and Hoffman (2010) demonstrated how PHNs can incorporate findings from their assessment into program development by having lively discussions and distributing information to develop the tailored program in the community. Marcus and colleagues (2004) showed how CBPR was used to develop a program to decrease HIV/AIDS in AA adolescents by creating a coalition between university-based investigators and church-based stakeholders. PHNs strategically utilized these partnerships to design and implement the program. These CBPR strategies were also utilized successfully to develop effective prevention and intervention programs (including both primary and secondary prevention programs) for cardiovascular disease prevention. Community dimensions of practice skills focus on communication, collaboration, and linkages between public health nurses and the many stakeholders in a community (Quad Council, 2011). These skills are central to PHNs’ participation in CBPR and enable a focus on the ecological context in developing health promotion programs. Again, there are examples of research that used a community participatory approach to foster these community practice skills. Andrews et al. (2007) illustrated community dimensions of practice skills when partnering with community stakeholders to develop multiple levels of interventions using an ecological framework that enhanced sustainability. In another study, PHNs built partnerships with community stakeholders (Hassouneh et al., 2011) to increase trust and to better utilize community resources in applying interventions such as training. As shown in these examples, public health nurses can use CBPR to enhance partnerships and empower community members as participants by including them in the decision-making processes of assessment and program planning (Andrews et al., 2007; Hassouneh et al., 2011; Perry & Hoffaman, 2010).


Agar, M.H. (1973). Ethnography and the addict. In Nadar, L., and Maretzki, T.W., (eds.) Cultural Illness and Health. Washington, DC: American Anthropological Association.

Agar, M.H. (1986). Speaking of ethnography. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications

American Nurses Association (ANA) (2007). Public health nursing: Scope and standards of practice. Washington, DC: American Nurses Publishing.

Anderson, E. T., & McFarlane, J. (2011). Community as partner: Theory and practice in nursing (6th ed.). Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer Health / Lippincott Williams & Wilkins


Research has shown that culture has been absent from decision-making (Lewenson & Truglio, 2015). With that said Nurses and all health care professionals alike must be culturally competent in our diverse society. Patients ought to be allowed to practice and should not be ridiculed for their beliefs. Having been raised in a Hispanic household, I saw many herbal remedies being used instead of medication. For example, when one of us would have a case of pink eye my mother used to boil water and add periwinkle that was grown in our backyard. She would wash our eyes with this water, and it was so refreshing. And believe it or not it cured our pink eye. It is also practice, for our culture, to use linden tea for anxiety and sleep aid rather than use prescription drugs such as temazepam or alprazolam. Other factors that go beyond herbal remedies is not making eye contact, not welcoming touch, and wanting space/distance respected and this is something that nurses must be cognizant of when dealing with different cultures. One of the most challenging, I believe, is the patient’s refusal to take certain medications and reject certain treatment. Our job as nurses is to pass medications and educate our patients on medication management and treatments but we must also respect that it is their right to refuse. Diets fall under this category as well, nurses must be educated in food preferences and that certain cultures will not eat specific foods due to their cultural or religious beliefs of not eating pork or cow, for example. There is a myriad of cultural inclinations and beliefs that nurses must be cognizant of in order to practice trustworthy and satisfactory nursing. Cultural competence will improve health outcomes and quality of care.


Lewenson, S. B. & Truglio-Londrigan, M. (2015). Decision-Making in Nursing: Thoughtful Approaches to Leadership. (2nd ed.) Culture and Decision-Making (Pg. 75-89). ISBN:978- 1-4496-9150-9.

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Answer the following questions. Please ensure to use the Author, YYYY APA citations with any content brought into the assignment.

  1. For sparse data, discuss why considering only the presence of non-zero values might give a more accurate view of the objects than considering the actual magnitudes of values. When would such an approach not be desirable?
  2. Describe the change in the time complexity of K-means as the number of clusters to be found increases.
  3. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of treating clustering as an optimization problem. Among other factors, consider efficiency, non-determinism, and whether an optimization-based approach captures all types of clusterings that are of interest.
  4. What is the time and space complexity of fuzzy c-means? Of SOM? How do these complexities compare to those of K-means?
  5. Explain the difference between likelihood and probability.
  6. Give an example of a set of clusters in which merging based on the closeness of clusters leads to a more natural set of clusters than merging based on the strength of connection (interconnectedness) of clusters.

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