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Describe step by step how you performed your evaluation.

Effects of virtual reality rehabilitation training on gait and balance. Specifically when comparing VR rehabilitation to conventional rehabilitation.
I attached a file that has resources of studies from pubmed.
File Format: Font Size 12, Times New Roman, Double Space, One-inch margin on all sides, 5-10 pages, references in APA format.
Criteria
Introduction/Background:
Purpose of the paper. Give an overview of your research topic and what prompted it. i.e., incidence, prevalence, mortality rate (if applicable)
Methods:
Identify the appropriate research methodology. Describe step by step how you performed your evaluation. Sample size. Articles included and excluded.
Discussion:
In-depth evaluation and synthesis of the material. Summarize material. Comparisons between studies. Present results. Questions for future research.
Conclusion:
Summary of your analysis and evaluation of reviewed work.
Bibliography/References:
Information is cited properly and in APA format.

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Define emotional intelligence

Leadership & Emotional Intelligence
Introduction: The advanced-level nurse must be able to demonstrate intentional engagement in dynamic interprofessional teams to optimize patient can population-centered care, enhance the healthcare experience, and strengthen outcomes. S/he must demonstrate self-reflection, flexibility and personal and professional growth to sustain leadership capacity and lifelong personal well-being. S/he must be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions. These behaviors will allow the nurse leader to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. Understanding the components of emotional intelligence will allow the nurse to grow personally and professionally in how their own emotions affect leadership situations. This module will focus on the components of emotional intelligence and guide the nurse in applying emotional intelligence to their leadership development.

Objectives:
Define emotional intelligence and the components that affect interpersonal communication.
Demonstrate understanding of behaviors that support or discourage emotional intelligence.
Explore strategies for the use of emotional intelligence in leadership.
Student Learning Outcomes
Translate evidence from nursing science as well as other sciences into practice.
Synthesize knowledge form nursing and other disciplines to inform education, practice, and research.
Use diverse sources of evidence to inform practice.
Lead the translation of evidence into practice.
Model ethical behaviors in practice and leadership roles.
Facilitate communication that promotes an interdisciplinary approach.
Foster a practice environment that promotes accountability for care outcomes.
Foster strategies that promote a culture of civility across a variety of settings.
Identify opportunities to lead with moral courage to influence team decision.
Model respect for diversity, equity, and inclusion of all team decision.Mentor others in their development of professional growth and accountability.

Reading and Lectures:
Required Reading
Dugué, D., Sirost O., & Dosseville, J. (2021). A literature review of emotional intelligence and nursing education. Nurse Education in Practice, (54)103124,
ISSN 1471-5953,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2021.103124.
Carragher, J., & Gormley, K. (2017). Leadership and emotional intelligence in nursing and midwifery education and practice: A discussion paper. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 73(1), 85-96. doi:10.1111/jan.13141
George, J. M. (2000). Emotions and leadership: The role of emotional intelligence. Human Relations, 53(8), 1027-1055. doi:10.1177/0018726700538001
Gerardi, D. (2015). Conflict engagement: Emotional and social intelligence. AJN, American Journal of Nursing, 115(8), 60-65. doi:10.1097/01.NAJ.0000470407.66800.e8

Suggested Lectures on You Tube:
Strategies to Become more Emotionally Intelligent: Daniel Goleman
Most leaders don’t even know the game they are in: Simon Sinek
Websites to View:
Self awareness https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ps/self-awareness.html
Self regulation https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ps/self-management.html
Motivation https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ps/self-motivation.html
Empathy https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ips/empathy.html
Social Skills https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ips/social-skills-emotional-intelligence.html
Discussion Forum Assignment:
Emotional Intelligence (EI) Infographic Due February 16, 2023
This is a group assignment.
After completing the reading, create an infographic poster related to your assigned element of Emotional Intelligence using PowerPoint. This poster should be of professional academic quality that a nurse leader might post/share with staff/colleagues and demonstrate application of the student learning outcomes listed above..
Faculty will make the assignment of the EI element after you have created your groups in the Discussion Forum.
Complete a ONE-slide infographic poster that demonstrates the emotional intelligence (EI) element/domain assigned. Use the Downstate powerpoint template or its colors and logo.
Posters should be concise and include the following components as they relate to DNP Leadership practice:
Define emotional intelligence
Name and definition of the emotional intelligence element/domain
DNP leader actions/behaviors that demonstrate (3-5) the EI element/domain.
DNP leader actions/behaviors that are inconsistent (3-5) with EI/Domain
Team results/outcomes (3-5) that may be realized when the leadership actions/behaviors are implemented.
Include an interesting, unique, creative quote, motto ,mantra, quote (perhaps from the leader you are going to do a book report on).
Scholarly references in APA should be included on a second slide.
Each group member should comment in the DF on one other poster with a different element/domain.
Be sure to proofread your Poster for spelling/grammar and consistency in presentation of the required component. The poster/infographic should be academic quality, using the Downstate powerpoint template or the Downstate colors and logo. Include the list of all group members at the bottom of the Poster for proper recording of the completed assignment and grading.

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Leadership & Emotional Intelligence Introduction: The advanced-level nurse must

Leadership & Emotional Intelligence
Introduction: The advanced-level nurse must be able to demonstrate intentional engagement in dynamic interprofessional teams to optimize patient can population-centered care, enhance the healthcare experience, and strengthen outcomes. S/he must demonstrate self-reflection, flexibility and personal and professional growth to sustain leadership capacity and lifelong personal well-being. S/he must be aware of, control, and express one’s emotions. These behaviors will allow the nurse leader to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. Understanding the components of emotional intelligence will allow the nurse to grow personally and professionally in how their own emotions affect leadership situations. This module will focus on the components of emotional intelligence and guide the nurse in applying emotional intelligence to their leadership development.

Objectives:
Define emotional intelligence and the components that affect interpersonal communication.
Demonstrate understanding of behaviors that support or discourage emotional intelligence.
Explore strategies for the use of emotional intelligence in leadership.
Student Learning Outcomes
Translate evidence from nursing science as well as other sciences into practice.
Synthesize knowledge form nursing and other disciplines to inform education, practice, and research.
Use diverse sources of evidence to inform practice.
Lead the translation of evidence into practice.
Model ethical behaviors in practice and leadership roles.
Facilitate communication that promotes an interdisciplinary approach.
Foster a practice environment that promotes accountability for care outcomes.
Foster strategies that promote a culture of civility across a variety of settings.
Identify opportunities to lead with moral courage to influence team decision.
Model respect for diversity, equity, and inclusion of all team decision.Mentor others in their development of professional growth and accountability.

Reading and Lectures:
Required Reading
Dugué, D., Sirost O., & Dosseville, J. (2021). A literature review of emotional intelligence and nursing education. Nurse Education in Practice, (54)103124,
ISSN 1471-5953,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.nepr.2021.103124.
Carragher, J., & Gormley, K. (2017). Leadership and emotional intelligence in nursing and midwifery education and practice: A discussion paper. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 73(1), 85-96. doi:10.1111/jan.13141
George, J. M. (2000). Emotions and leadership: The role of emotional intelligence. Human Relations, 53(8), 1027-1055. doi:10.1177/0018726700538001
Gerardi, D. (2015). Conflict engagement: Emotional and social intelligence. AJN, American Journal of Nursing, 115(8), 60-65. doi:10.1097/01.NAJ.0000470407.66800.e8

Suggested Lectures on You Tube:
Strategies to Become more Emotionally Intelligent: Daniel Goleman
Most leaders don’t even know the game they are in: Simon Sinek
Websites to View:
Self awareness https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ps/self-awareness.html
Self regulation https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ps/self-management.html
Motivation https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ps/self-motivation.html
Empathy https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ips/empathy.html
Social Skills https://www.skillsyouneed.com/ips/social-skills-emotional-intelligence.html
Discussion Forum Assignment:
Emotional Intelligence (EI) Infographic Due February 16, 2023
This is a group assignment.
After completing the reading, create an infographic poster related to your assigned element of Emotional Intelligence using PowerPoint. This poster should be of professional academic quality that a nurse leader might post/share with staff/colleagues and demonstrate application of the student learning outcomes listed above..
Faculty will make the assignment of the EI element after you have created your groups in the Discussion Forum.
Complete a ONE-slide infographic poster that demonstrates the emotional intelligence (EI) element/domain assigned. Use the Downstate powerpoint template or its colors and logo.
Posters should be concise and include the following components as they relate to DNP Leadership practice:
Define emotional intelligence
Name and definition of the emotional intelligence element/domain
DNP leader actions/behaviors that demonstrate (3-5) the EI element/domain.
DNP leader actions/behaviors that are inconsistent (3-5) with EI/Domain
Team results/outcomes (3-5) that may be realized when the leadership actions/behaviors are implemented.
Include an interesting, unique, creative quote, motto ,mantra, quote (perhaps from the leader you are going to do a book report on).
Scholarly references in APA should be included on a second slide.
Each group member should comment in the DF on one other poster with a different element/domain.
Be sure to proofread your Poster for spelling/grammar and consistency in presentation of the required component. The poster/infographic should be academic quality, using the Downstate powerpoint template or the Downstate colors and logo. Include the list of all group members at the bottom of the Poster for proper recording of the completed assignment and grading.

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To write on this topic and please show me how you can break it down . will need

To write on this topic and please show me how you can break it down .
will need some scientific diagram to discuss this disease mechanism .
show me how you want to handle it.

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Discussion Forum: Personality Type, Leadership Style and Transformational Leader

Discussion Forum: Personality Type, Leadership Style and Transformational Leadership
After completing the personality type assessment, reflect on the following questions and respond in the Discussion. In the title of your original post ( My personality type test report attached).
https://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/test
I
n the discussion forum post, comment on another student’s personality type and leadership style that is different from yours and how might you use this different type & style of a student colleague/staff member to lead through a change situation/project successfully?
This is post of another student i picked:
According to the Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test (n.d.), my personality type is ISFJ: Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, and Judging. In general, this personality type is characterized by a drive to help others because they like to feel needed. Some terms commonly used to describe ISFJ types include patient, supportive, sympathetic, analytic, and reliable; they are known for having good work ethics. Because of their introverted nature, they tend to prefer working in smaller groups or one-on-one (Humanmetrics Inc., n.d.).
Of the six Goleman leadership styles, the one I most identify with is democratic (participative) leadership. The democratic style leader prioritizes collaboration among the team and allows everyone to have a voice (Personio, n.d.).
One of the features of an ISFJ personality type that is suited to a democratic leadership style is that ISFJs try to have a consensus among members in the group when making decisions (Humanmetrics Inc., n.d.). In this way, both ISFJs and democratic leaders place an emphasis on collaboration among the team. I demonstrated this in my own workplace while spearheading a quality improvement project on my unit. When planning the details of how I would implement the project, I created a survey to gather responses from my colleagues and allow them an opportunity to share their opinions in order to ensure that my project would ultimately be beneficial to and well received by the staff on my unit. This example demonstrates how the ISFJ trait of wanting to help others can be combined with the democratic leadership trait of allowing all team members to have a voice.
Two of the features of the ISFJ personality type that can be challenging in a situation requiring leadership is that ISFJs tend to be nonconfrontational and like to do things themselves rather than delegate tasks to other people (Humanmetrics Inc., n.d.). This can cause the ISFJ person to easily feel burnt out and overworked. As an example, during one shift while I was the assigned charge nurse, all of my nurses were maxed out on safe nurse-to-patient ratios. During that shift, I kept all further admitted patients myself rather than give another nurse an unsafe patient workload because of my desire to help my team in any way I can and to avoid the confrontation that comes with giving a nurse an unsafe assignment. However, as a result, I ended up having an unsafe patient workload myself while also being in charge. Fortunately, all of the patients within my care were extremely stable, but this could have resulted in an unsafe situation if one or more of my patients became unstable or if an emergency occurred on the unit that required my full attention. While the intention of my decision was good, the outcome had the potential to be problematic for both myself and the unit.
Humanmetrics Inc. (n.d.). ISFJ: Introverted sensing feeling judging. https://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/isfj
Personio. (n.d.). The 6 Goleman leadership styles: Which is yours?. https://www.personio.com/hr-lexicon/six-goleman-leadership-styles/

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Develop a two- to three-page paper that discusses genetic principles as they rel

Develop a two- to three-page paper that discusses genetic principles as they relate to the patient in a Chest Pain Scenario.
In your assignment:
Identify genetic alterations associated with the presenting diagnosis of STEMI, NSTEMI and UNSTABLE ANGINA and the patient’s underlying comorbidities of dyslipidemia and hypertension.
Identify the effects these genetic alterations have on the body of a patient with these diagnoses.
Using scientific evidence and provider-level language, discuss the educationyou would provide to the patient about coronary artery disease, dyslipidemia, and hypertension, and how genetic predisposition to these diseases might be positively altered with environmental and lifestyle modifications.Note that you will only use the scenarioto obtain patient information for your genetic alterations discussion; you will not submit anything from the case itself for this assignment.
Review the rubric your instructor will use to evaluate your work.
Utilize at least three scholarly and current references to support your writing. Utilize current APA format.

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Discussion Forum: Personality Type, Leadership Style and Transformational Leader

Discussion Forum: Personality Type, Leadership Style and Transformational Leadership
After completing the personality type assessment, reflect on the following questions and respond in the Discussion. In the title of your original post ( My personality type test report attached).
https://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/test
I
n the discussion forum post, comment on another student’s personality type and leadership style that is different from yours and how might you use this different type & style of a student colleague/staff member to lead through a change situation/project successfully?
This is post of another student i picked:
According to the Humanmetrics Jung Typology Test (n.d.), my personality type is ISFJ: Introverted, Sensing, Feeling, and Judging. In general, this personality type is characterized by a drive to help others because they like to feel needed. Some terms commonly used to describe ISFJ types include patient, supportive, sympathetic, analytic, and reliable; they are known for having good work ethics. Because of their introverted nature, they tend to prefer working in smaller groups or one-on-one (Humanmetrics Inc., n.d.).
Of the six Goleman leadership styles, the one I most identify with is democratic (participative) leadership. The democratic style leader prioritizes collaboration among the team and allows everyone to have a voice (Personio, n.d.).
One of the features of an ISFJ personality type that is suited to a democratic leadership style is that ISFJs try to have a consensus among members in the group when making decisions (Humanmetrics Inc., n.d.). In this way, both ISFJs and democratic leaders place an emphasis on collaboration among the team. I demonstrated this in my own workplace while spearheading a quality improvement project on my unit. When planning the details of how I would implement the project, I created a survey to gather responses from my colleagues and allow them an opportunity to share their opinions in order to ensure that my project would ultimately be beneficial to and well received by the staff on my unit. This example demonstrates how the ISFJ trait of wanting to help others can be combined with the democratic leadership trait of allowing all team members to have a voice.
Two of the features of the ISFJ personality type that can be challenging in a situation requiring leadership is that ISFJs tend to be nonconfrontational and like to do things themselves rather than delegate tasks to other people (Humanmetrics Inc., n.d.). This can cause the ISFJ person to easily feel burnt out and overworked. As an example, during one shift while I was the assigned charge nurse, all of my nurses were maxed out on safe nurse-to-patient ratios. During that shift, I kept all further admitted patients myself rather than give another nurse an unsafe patient workload because of my desire to help my team in any way I can and to avoid the confrontation that comes with giving a nurse an unsafe assignment. However, as a result, I ended up having an unsafe patient workload myself while also being in charge. Fortunately, all of the patients within my care were extremely stable, but this could have resulted in an unsafe situation if one or more of my patients became unstable or if an emergency occurred on the unit that required my full attention. While the intention of my decision was good, the outcome had the potential to be problematic for both myself and the unit.
Humanmetrics Inc. (n.d.). ISFJ: Introverted sensing feeling judging. https://www.humanmetrics.com/personality/isfj
Personio. (n.d.). The 6 Goleman leadership styles: Which is yours?. https://www.personio.com/hr-lexicon/six-goleman-leadership-styles/

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Develop a two- to three-page paper that discusses genetic principles as they rel

Develop a two- to three-page paper that discusses genetic principles as they relate to the patient in a Chest Pain Scenario.
In your assignment:
Identify genetic alterations associated with the presenting diagnosis of STEMI, NSTEMI and UNSTABLE ANGINA and the patient’s underlying comorbidities of dyslipidemia and hypertension.
Identify the effects these genetic alterations have on the body of a patient with these diagnoses.
Using scientific evidence and provider-level language, discuss the educationyou would provide to the patient about coronary artery disease, dyslipidemia, and hypertension, and how genetic predisposition to these diseases might be positively altered with environmental and lifestyle modifications.Note that you will only use the scenarioto obtain patient information for your genetic alterations discussion; you will not submit anything from the case itself for this assignment.
Review the rubric your instructor will use to evaluate your work.
Utilize at least three scholarly and current references to support your writing. Utilize current APA format.

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Step 1: In a one to two-page paper, discuss the following: Identify the 7 major

Step 1: In a one to two-page paper, discuss the following:
Identify the 7 major minerals found in the human body
Discuss their function in the human body
Describe the location of where the minerals can be found
Include any consequences of dietary excess
Include any consequences of dietary deficiency for each
Assignment Expectations for Grading:

1. Demonstration of critical thinking, scholarship, and ability to connect and apply the material
2. Comprehensiveness and completeness of your responses
3. Adherence to the written instructions
4. Spelling and grammar
5. Provide 3-5 APA Style References to support your paper.

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Explain what malabsorption syndrome is. -Describe the factors that may contribut

Explain what malabsorption syndrome is.
-Describe the factors that may contribute to malabsorption syndrome.
-Include the impact of Nutrition on your major organs.