Many individuals find it easy to lose track of just how much food and drink they have consumed throughout the day. This assignment will provide you with an opportunity to track and reflect on your nutritional intake. The results may surprise you! For this assignment, use the Nutritional Intake Worksheet (below) to: Familiarize yourself with the 2015-2020 USDA Dietary Guidelines for an adult. Track all of the food and beverages you consume for a 3-day period. Discuss and analyze your nutritional intake compared to the USDA Dietary Guidelines. Answer a series of self-evaluation questions.

Many individuals find it easy to lose track of just how much food and drink they have consumed throughout the day. This assignment will provide you with an opportunity to track and reflect on your nutritional intake. The results may surprise you!

For this assignment, use the Nutritional Intake Worksheet (below) to:

Familiarize yourself with the 2015-2020 USDA Dietary Guidelines for an adult.
Track all of the food and beverages you consume for a 3-day period.
Discuss and analyze your nutritional intake compared to the USDA Dietary Guidelines.
Answer a series of self-evaluation questions.
File:

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Describe your understanding of the social work profession and its core values.
Describe your understanding of the social work profession and its core values. How have you incorporated social work values in your human service experiences and interactions with others?

What type of societal concerns interest you in the social work profession?

Please discuss your career goals and desired department within the school ( AMHW). Include why the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work is a good fit for your goals.

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Describe your understanding of the social work profession and its core values.
Describe your understanding of the social work profession and its core values. How have you incorporated social work values in your human service experiences and interactions with others?

What type of societal concerns interest you in the social work profession?

Include why the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work is a good fit for your goals.

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How does the article relate to topics weve covered in class?
Find a recent popular press article (Time, Slate, local newspaper, etc., published later than 2007 an electronic version is fine) relating to Physiological Psychology. Attach a copy of the article to the assignment.
Summarize the article.
Why did you choose the article? (That is, you probably found it interesting, but why?)
How does the article relate to topics weve covered in class?
Based on the class notes and text, how accurate is the article in its explanation of Physiological Psychology topics?

NOTE: After you select the topic from the list, I’ll send you over information to compare as stated in the instructions. Thanks for always doing amazingly well!! You’re writing is crazy!

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Identify weaknesses in critical thinking such as fallacies, rhetorical devices, vague language, and cognitive biases.
The goal of this paper is to construct a fair-minded, unbiased, analytical analysis of a topic in a comprehensive essay.

This is not an opinion piece or a persuasive essay that simply aims to prove or reinforce what you already believe. This would be confirmation bias, and bias must be avoided in this project.
This project needs to avoid harsh rhetoric or language that is harmful and hurtful in nature. The point is to be objective and unemotional in your approach.
This essay should be written in a fair, academic, respectful, and analytical manner regardless of any of your opinions, feelings, or preconceived notions about the topic.
Both sides of your topic must be treated with equal attention, both in terms of the number and quality of sources and in the depth and breadth of their presentation in your essay. Both sides should be addressed in the same number of paragraphs in roughly equivalent detail, and should be supported by the same number of quality sources.
You must identify and define rhetorical devices and logical fallacies on both sides of the argument. Be sure you indicate which specific rhetorical device and fallacy you have found, and there is evidence in your sources of these course concepts in practice that is cited in your paper.
You will present statements and claims for analyzing both sides of the topic. Only then should you state you own conclusion as an objective, critical thinker given the information presented.
Essay Format: Your essay must be 57 pages (16001900 words) in length. The abstract, title page, and reference list do not count in the page or word count. The essay must have the following elements:

Times New Roman
12-point
Double-spaced
1-inch margins
Proper Level I and Level II APA section headings for all major sections of the essay
All other applicable APA formatting
Required Elements:

A properly formatted APA title page
A properly formatted APA abstract
Body of the paper
Introduction: Identify the issue. Provide the necessary background and/or important recent developments. Define key terms and concepts. Engage the reader and explain the broader significance of the issue.
Arguments and Counterarguments: Summarize the best arguments on both sides of the issue. Include relevant research from credible sources used to support each conclusion. Devote at least one paragraph to each side.
Evaluation of Critical Thinking: Assess the strength of the arguments and the quality of thinking surrounding this issue.
Identify weaknesses in critical thinking such as fallacies, rhetorical devices, vague language, and cognitive biases. Provide specific examples of how these weaknesses appear in arguments you encountered, using terminology and definitions from the course. Be specific! Present evidence from your sources that show these fallacies/biases being used.
Evaluate the quality of scientific and anecdotal evidence using the standards of inductive and deductive reasoning described in the course. Consider the quality of causal relationship, analogies, generalizations, and/or moral reasoning.
Conclusion: Analyze the totality of research and offer a critical thinkers response to the issue. Identify your own position and experience with the issue and explain how your thinking of the subject has evolved as a result of your analysis. Your conclusion does not have to be absolute, but it should not be equivocal. If both sides have good arguments, which is better, even if only slightly better, and what is the argument that tips the scales in the sides favor? Why does that point tip the scales?
A properly formatted APA reference list
Sources should appear in alphabetical order according to the last name of the first author listed on the source.
If there is no author(s), then the source should be cited by title or organization.
Sources and Research Sources: You must use five scholarly or academic sources and all research should be published within the last five years. Sources not scholarly or academic in nature may affect your grade. It is highly recommended that most of your research be conducted via the WCU Library.

Eligible sources listed best-to-worst:

Peer-reviewed journal articles
Peer review is the process that allows scientists to trust the reliability of published journal articles. The only way to tell if a journal article has been peer reviewed is to look for information about the journal, normally on the publisher’s website. Most databases do not indicate if an article is peer reviewed or not.
The WCU library contains many of peer-reviewed sources. This is going to be the most desired type of evidence to use for any paper at WCU.
Scholarly research articles
Research articles (original research articles, primary research articles, or case studies) are your standard scientific articles. Most often published in peer-reviewed journals, primary research articles report on the findings of a scientist’s work.
They almost always include a description of how the research was conducted and what the results mean. This is also a highly desirable type of research to use for your papers.
Government and state reports
Many government agencies like the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Institute of Mental Health (NIHM), and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) may have studies and statistics that may be useful for your topic. However, these sources are usually informational reports in nature, and therefore they rarely dig into the critical arguments used by the sides of a topic.
Though usually credible and reliable source, government reports should generally be used as supplemental, secondary sources to support or rebut academic sources. They should not be the main sources of your argument.
Other articles or sources
When this general term is used for an assignment, get clarification from your instructor about the source requirements. These are articles or sources that have been well researched and include a lot of citations. When you assess these resources, make sure that they are appropriate to use as evidence because they may contain bias. You should look at the sources these articles are using, determine if they are legitimate, reputable, and credible, and then make a judgment call.
These types of articles are the least desirable type of articles from the list of acceptable types to use (depending on each courses expectations).
Review articles
Editorials, opinion, commentary, and perspectives
Trade publication articles
Technical reports
Documentaries
Interviews or TED talks
Sources that may not be used on this essay include the following:

Wikipedia and information from freelance websites (check with your professor before using these sources)
Information from general or reference sources such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, general information websites, or other reference works online or in print. Check with your teacher regarding textbooks from other courses or other sources if you are not sure.
Articles from publications or magazines that lack research to back up their claims
Religious texts of any kind
Obviously or highly biased sources that contain no credible or reputable support
Avoiding plagiarism: Remember that avoiding plagiarism is priority number one for credible academic writers.

It is always better to cite and attribute to a source than not to cite. If you are ever unsure, cite and attribute.
Anything that you copy word-for-word from a source must be quoted, attributed to its original source, and parenthetically cited in APA Style.
Anything that you take from a source and put into your own words must be both attributed to its original source and parenthetically cited in APA Style

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Does adopting different leadership styles affect organizational performance?
Leadership styles and Organizational Performance
Does adopting different leadership styles affect organizational performance? Critically analyze and discuss using academic articles on how different leadership styles in your organization will affect the organizations performance and effectiveness to manage the strategic change they want to implement. How would it retain or change the organizations corporate values? What could the leadership do to fulfill some its corporate social responsibilities? You can bring in various debates and insights academic articles as well as include your own experiences in the work place to discuss the impact and effectiveness of the various leadership styles. You are expected to refer only peer reviewed journal articles (5-8) for your analyses and for supporting your statements.

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Explain and evaluate the article’s contribution to the field and the importance to the field.
Come up with a title. This title should reflect the focus of your review. Decide between a declarative title, descriptive title, or interrogative title.
Start your review by referring to the title and author of the article, the title of the journal, and the year of publication in the first paragraph.

Cite title of the journal it appeared in if there is one.
Add headings introduction, summary, critique, concluding
Your introduction should only be 10-25% of your review.
End the introduction with your thesis. Your thesis should address the above issues. For example: Although the author has some good points, his article is biased and contains some misinterpretation of data from others analysis of the effectiveness of online teaching.
Summarize the article Express the main points, arguments, and finding so fthe article in your own words, referring to your summary for assistance. Show how the article supports its claims. Make sure to include the article’s conclusions. This may be done in several paragraphs, although the length will depend on requirements established by your instructor or publisher.
Writeyourcritique.Useyouroutlineofopinionstowriteseveralparagraphsexplaining how well the author addressed the topic. Express your opinion about whether the article was a clear, thorough, and useful explanation of the subject. This is the core of your article review. Evaluate the article’s contribution to the field and the importance to the field. Evaluate the main points and arguments in the article. Decide if the author’s points help her argument. Identify any biases. Decide if you agree with the writer, then provide sufficient support as to why or why not. End by suggesting which audiences would benefit from reading the article.

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Discuss the causes of the recent financial crisis in the United States has been excessive risk-taking due to underestimation of risk.
Discuss the causes of the recent financial crisis in the United States has been excessive risk-taking due to underestimation of risk. Examine how this relates to financial leverage. Can overestimation of risk also be detrimental? In what ways does having a company website provide customer service?

The information MUST mostly come from the attached document although other sources can be used as additional information. I will add the citation unless you find additional information from a different source

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Write a research paper on Renewable and Sustainable Engineering.
Write a research paper on Renewable and Sustainable Engineering.

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Discuss ethics in healthcare, not to mention some of the horrendous acts done to different groups of folks in the United States (US).
Please respond to each post as if responding to a colleague in a discussion post in class. Each response should be at least 200 words. Thank you.

YL. Post 1. The rules of behavior for scientific researchers are governed by research ethics. The main goal of this study is to assist in adhering to the code of behavior for patients. We also need to protect safety, moral rights, and safety for everyone involved in the study. When undertaking such research, you should take every precaution to limit access to personal information, reduce the risk of disclosure, and get informed consent for the use of clinical data in research. The most successful technique for preventing the leaking of sensitive information is to delete all identifying information from medical record data before using it for research.

The ethical code and regulations are affected. Historical events that have place under the auspices of health research led to the development of ethical principles for conducting legitimate clinical research. By ensuring that the benefits outweigh the risks and that we are conducting clinical research in the most ethical manner possible. Also keep in mind that participants in the trial have the right to leave at any time and without explanation, so keep that in mind and make sure you have enough people to cover those numbers if anyone choose to leave. Also, keep in mind that everyone has the right to therapy, and if it is required, we will provide it, regardless of race or sexual orientation. Also remember that everyone has the right to treatment if it is required, and we will provide that treatment regardless of race, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs; we do not discriminate against anyone for any reason, and we must always keep this in mind when conducting any type of trail or research. As a result of these, the researchers took matters into their own hands, raising awareness of the problem’s presence. They also set the tone for the development of the necessary ethical norms and policies. By highlighting the important concerns in medical research, the event had an impact on contemporary moral rules of conduct. It also offered advice on the most ethical ways to overcome obstacles, based on what worked and what did not for the researchers. It is important to remember that we are working with people who all have rights. With all the advancements in healthcare and ethics through the years, we must always do what is best for them, no matter what.

SA. Post 2. As healthcare professionals, we took an oath to care, protect, and save the lives of each individual under our care to the best of our knowledge, capability, strength, and honesty without prejudice, bias, and bigotry. It is challenging to discuss ethics in healthcare, not to mention some of the horrendous acts done to different groups of folks in the United States (US). Although we are talking about ethical codes and regulations for nursing and healthcare research, I received an article from a friend last year about Dr. J. Marion Sims, the famous Gynecologist. After reading the article, It truly affected my emotional well-being and was disturbed of the unethically acts and behaviors towards women, worst enslaved women.

According to Lynch (2020), J. Marion Sims, known a the “father of modern gynecology, carried out and completed painful experiments on African American female slaves without anesthesia or their consent. Dr. Sims performed over thirty unbearable and painful operations on one slave woman named Anarcha while awake and without a sedative. From eighteen forty-six to eighteen forty-nine, he unethically utilized at least ten slave women without their consent to experiment and perfected different apparatus that many gynecologists currently use, such as the “modern-day speculum and the Sims positions.” He would then perform the same procedures on rich European Caucasian women using proper anesthesia and sedative. Sadly, that is one reason why some healthcare providers, to this day, believe that African American women and men do not feel pain or can handle pain well compared to their counterparts and failed to manage their pain and discomfort properly. Many more similar unethical and immoral acts occurred and caused harm to many men and women of color years later, including the Tuskegee Syphilis Study from nineteen thirty-two to nineteen seventy-two where over four hundred African-American men were in a study diagnosed with Syphilis and were denied treatment even when treatment became available in nineteen-fifty. (Mandal et al., 2011).

Ethics, also known as “medical ethic” or “bioethics,” is a “set of moral principles, beliefs, and values that guide us in making choices about medical care.” The nucleus and fundamental of ethics is “Autonomy” by honoring patient’s rights and allowing them to make their own decision, Beneficence” helping patients advancing their own good, “Nonmaleficence is not to cause harm, and “Justice” means to be fair and treat each case equal. Vermont Ethics Network, 2021). The two historical events that have influenced the development of ethical codes and regulations include the Michigan ICU Study, an eighteen-month study with hundred participants to evaluate how to reduce “catheter-related infections” to help reduce mortality and costs in the ICU setting. By the first eighteen months, over fifteen hundred lives save and the study was successful. Unfortunately, the Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP), a federal agency in charge of protecting individuals enrolled in research studies in the US, launched an investigation that determined that the Michigan ICU research study violated “ethics regulations” and ordered it to closed down. The OHRP reported that the study “violated two ethics regulations” where the stakeholders did not obtain proper consent and respect patients’ independence, or self-directed and also since the study was clinical research, not an “EBP implementation and Quality initiative,” The second one is the Spanish ICU study. About twenty percent of patients with severe sepsis in the ICU in Spain enrolled in an education plan to evaluate how sepsis causes death and health complications. Due to similar issues as the Michigan ICU study, the Spanish ICU study was also condemned, where the stakeholders failed to obtain consent from the patients and not respect their independence. Therefore research study stakeholders must be transparent, clear, and precise information must be provided to patients and families, allowing patients to maintain their autonomy. (Melnyk & Fineout-Overlook, 2015).

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