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Nuclear regulatory commission (nrc) chair has an unexpected meeting with their regulatory counterpart from ghana in two days.

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) Chair has an unexpected meeting with their regulatory counterpart from Ghana in two days. Please develop a one-page summary outlining the latest information about Ghana’s nuclear energy plans, nuclear regulatory issues in the country, and associated U.S. interests.NOTE:
1. Use 11 Arial fonts in a word document.
2. Please provide Professional details because everything will be verified.

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If, in your scenario, you don’t feel the organization conducted sufficient planning, describe what should have happened, citing credible research as you build your case.

DIRECTIONS AND ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS :
Part 2 of the Final Project
Do not repeat your Parts 1A & 1B work here. Move on with your work, but keep track of the new sources you use. You will need to submit a revised reference list for the last stage of the project. Begin thinking about Step 2 in the Four-Step Public Relations Process. Step 2 is “Planning and Programming.” You are not taking action here; that’s Step 3. What was involved in communication planning in your chosen scenario? If, in your scenario, you don’t feel the organization conducted sufficient planning, describe what should have happened, citing credible research as you build your case. This isn’t about your opinion or hunch; you write what you do because you have by this time read research that supports your position. You will likely find you have addressed this step thoroughly in about two pages.
Parts 1A 1B of the Final Project attached for reference for Research Paper #2 – Part 2

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You are not taking action here; that’s step 3.

DIRECTIONS AND ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS :
Part 2 of the Final Project
Do not repeat your Parts 1A & 1B work here. Move on with your work, but keep track of the new sources you use. You will need to submit a revised reference list for the last stage of the project. Begin thinking about Step 2 in the Four-Step Public Relations Process. Step 2 is “Planning and Programming.” You are not taking action here; that’s Step 3. What was involved in communication planning in your chosen scenario? If, in your scenario, you don’t feel the organization conducted sufficient planning, describe what should have happened, citing credible research as you build your case. This isn’t about your opinion or hunch; you write what you do because you have by this time read research that supports your position. You will likely find you have addressed this step thoroughly in about two pages.
Parts 1A 1B of the Final Project attached for reference for Research Paper #2 – Part 2

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Well-developed paragraphs that include evidence from sources to support your argument for a specific change in your community or workplace

Your persuasive essay will need to meet the following criteria:
A length of approximately 1000 words, not including the title and references page
APA formatting for the document, including an appropriately formatted title page and references page
A persuasive thesis statement at the end of the introduction paragraph
Well-developed paragraphs that include evidence from sources to support your argument for a specific change in your community or workplace
In-text and reference page citations for at least four credible sources; at least one of the cited sources should be either a book/eBook or a periodical article from the Purdue Global library
Standard English should be used, and the essay should be edited carefully to minimize grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling errors.
A formal, academic style of writing (third person point of view should be used throughout).

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After watching the youtube video, address each of the following questions.

SOURCE PROVIDED (BELOW):
– Ted Talk. (2015, October 26). The Next Outbreak We’re Not Ready – Bill Gates [Video file]. Retrieved from:

After watching the Youtube Video, address each of the following questions. Organize your response in a numerical order as follows:
Bill Gates shares the next global catastrophe will be a highly infectious virus, not a war. What is he inferring?
The Ebola outbreak of 2015 is one example discussed. Over 10,000 died in the western countries of Africa but it did not spread globally. What stopped the spread of Ebola and what is the future threat Mr. Gates suggested? Specifically share the period of communicability and the R naught of Ebola.
The response system suggested incorporates the partnership of the medical community with our militia. What are the benefits of this proposal which may better equip us to address a future outbreak?
What is your opinion on investing in global health equity as a preventative measure against a future outbreak? How will investing in the developing world using our tax dollars in the developed country benefit us? Is this something that you believe will make a difference in population health?
Embed a picture or picture quote incorporating any topic of this discussion you are inspired to share. Provide a brief explanation as to why you selected this picture and the relevance from your perspective.

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Do not repeat your parts 1a & 1b work here.

DIRECTIONS AND ASSIGNMENT INSTRUCTIONS :
Part 2 of the Final Project
Do not repeat your Parts 1A & 1B work here. Move on with your work, but keep track of the new sources you use. You will need to submit a revised reference list for the last stage of the project. Begin thinking about Step 2 in the Four-Step Public Relations Process. Step 2 is “Planning and Programming.” You are not taking action here; that’s Step 3. What was involved in communication planning in your chosen scenario? If, in your scenario, you don’t feel the organization conducted sufficient planning, describe what should have happened, citing credible research as you build your case. This isn’t about your opinion or hunch; you write what you do because you have by this time read research that supports your position. You will likely find you have addressed this step thoroughly in about two pages.
Parts 1A 1B of the Final Project attached for reference for Research Paper #2 – Part 2

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They are formatted completely differently (media release vs. media alert), so if you wish to use the same topic for both writing assignments, you can.

You can use the SAME subject (use apple) for this assignment (media release) and your upcoming assignment (media alert). Why? They are formatted completely differently (media release vs. media alert), so if you wish to use the same topic for both writing assignments, you can. I reviewed the details of both this assignment (media release) and the next assignment (media alert) in my Zoom recording below from Sept. 6. Please keep the content in BOTH assignments as factual as possible. We want it to be as real as possible. That said, you may need to change up an event slightly or re-create it to put your own creative spin on it. Also, in my Zoom lecture I address the importance of quotes that should begin in paragraph three. There are two media release samples below. One is from Nike (about a new CEO) – and oldie but goodie sample. The second is more recent (see below) for McDonalds.
For my company you can do Apple. I havde attached some further instructions below along with two examples.

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Either post a link to the video or embed it in your response.

This have 3 parts.
PART 1
Discussion,
Discussion: Look at this speech! Do you have a favorite speaker? Is there a speech you’ve heard in the past that stands out to you still today as an example of exemplary speaking? Share it here with your classmates. (If nothing comes to mind, do a little search and watch a few speeches until you find something you really enjoy.) Either post a link to the video or embed it in your response. Be sure to explain why you chose that speech and what stood out to you. Bara Obama is my favorite speaker, so you find a speech by him and discuss. A total of 300 words here.
PART 2
Informative speech
(see the attached file).
PART 3
Persuasive speech
(See the attached file)

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• the subjects must be peer-reviewed-journal-article researchable.

Choose 3 articles (completely different subjects) that interest you from any of the approved newspapers below along with a peer reviewed article for each.
These are the most reliable newspapers in the world. Our library has access to each of them for free.
Each newspaper article must have a peer reviewed article that supports or denies the article.
Article Criteria
• The articles must be from the past 3 months. June 1, 2022, through September 1, 2022
• The articles must be from one or more of the 10 approved newspapers listed below.
• The subjects must be peer-reviewed-journal-article researchable. See the following link to explain this concept. https://www.angelo.edu/library/handouts/peerrev.php.
The peer reviewed journal articles do not have to be within the last 3 months.
• Do not choose a person, they are not peer reviewed journal researchable.
• The article must be interesting to you and your audience,(college students) because you will live with the subject for the entire semester.

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**please don’t just agree to post but add more to their post that can be discuss

**please don’t just agree to post but add more to their post that can be discussed ***
Classmate 1: Laban: Hello Dr. D and Classmates.
A Reflection on Systems Level Leadership.
Systems leadership is crucial in the national and global public healthcare system. The current public healthcare system requires leaders who understand collective actions and healthcare issues affecting individuals, communities, states, and the nation. Also, system leadership requires the local and national public health leaders across different health care systems to share ideas and work together as a team to improve the health needs of citizens and communities. In addition, leaders must have clear visions and priorities grounded on the needs and interests of communities (Rath, & Conchie, 2013). Since the public healthcare system is broad and requires adequate attention, three system levels (micro, meso, and macro) were developed to fill leadership gaps and improve the health and well-being of affected populations. Every system level requires new adaptive approaches from public health leaders and other healthcare professionals to promote a culture that improves quality healthcare outcomes. As an aspiring public health leader, I desire to pursue a leadership position at the different systems levels of leadership; however, my point of target is at the microsystem level because of my interest in individual and community health.
Most healthcare disparities in the United States begin at family and community levels. Often, households and communities may lack the essential resources for better healthcare. According to Rath and Conchie (2013), every community has unique healthcare needs that require deep understanding to satisfy. As an aspiring public health leader, I intend to collaborate with different ethnic and socioeconomic groups to improve access to healthcare services for the community regardless of religion, color, sex, age, and socioeconomic status. One of the reasons why I feel comfortable working at a microsystem is the ability to understand community needs. According to Rowitz (2014), public health leaders must not only implement policies by local, state, and federal governments but also analyze every community’s unique health needs and implement programs that address the identified gaps. Leadership at the microsystem level will enable me to identify the specific geographical areas experiencing health barriers and help them overcome the obstacles to their health and promote the well-being in the lens of a big picture of public health practice.
Moreover, leadership at the microsystem level will help me form strong bonds with community members and other healthcare professionals. While my goal is to hold a senior public health position in the future, I feel that working with communities will build my career and leadership skills. At the microsystem level, I will work with others to complete crucial tasks, uncover community health risks and educate the community members on the need for healthy behaviors as we appreciate the impacts of community-based participatory research. Upon uncovering the health needs, I will mobilize the community health resources and close the community healthcare gaps. My ability to coach, mentor, and counsel patients and healthcare workers gives me the upper hand to lead at a microsystem level. This will enable me to develop and change programs that improve the health and well-being of the community members.
Lastly, I feel most comfortable being public health leader at a microsystem level because of the desire to work with the local healthcare agencies to initiate effective health programs and services. My interrelationship skills will enable me to develop working partnerships with the leaders of the local public health agencies to address the health needs and reduce the existing According to Batalden, et al. (2003), leading and leadership by formal and informal leaders in all levels of microsystem and between them create significant blocks of all health systems and other levels of systems in health care.
In short, as a public health leader, I wish to empower local healthcare workers and community members to build a good working relationship that benefits all stakeholders. Besides, I can explore various healthcare alternatives and collaborate with other healthcare workers to ensure communities get the proper medical attention. Notably, microsystem level leadership will build my profile and improve my capabilities to explore more advanced leadership levels, obtain willing cooperation to getting the job done and create an efficient working atmosphere while developing further skills in social intelligence.
References
Batalden, P. B. et al. (2003). Microsystems in Healthcare. How Leaders are Leading. Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Safety. Vol. 29(6), pp. 297-308.
Rath, T., & Conchie, B. (2013). Strengths-based leadership: Great leaders, teams, and why people follow. Gallup, Inc
Rowitz, L. (2014). Public health leadership: Putting principles into practice. (3rd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.
Classmate 2: Ruthza: Hello Professor and classmates,
There are various aspects that help to make public health, both the general medical field, and any public health programs successful. However, a key element in the success of public health is proper leadership. Within the leadership role, there are numerous components that make a person able to have prosperous leadership skills. It is important to mention that just because someone may be a manager, that does not mean that he or she is an automatic leader, and vice versa. Rowitz explains that individuals identified as managers are bound to the current happenings along with the objective of the organization(s) they work for whereas leaders are not as tied to the specified home organizations or positions, but these individuals must possess a desire to promote the wellbeing of the organization along with the individuals who work in the organization (2014). One such component includes the six values of quality in leadership.
The six values in leadership include 1) collaborative work efforts, 2) no one is above or below anyone else, 3) truthful and open communication is crucial, 4) all individuals working within a specified team have access to every piece of all data, whether important or trivial, 5) keep an eye on the overall goal, and 6) every opportunity is a learning experience, do not focus on the success or failures (Woods, 1996). Each one of these values are essential to ensuring successful leadership.
If one would have to be chosen as the one that relates the most to my leadership style, it would have to be value 2. I consider my leadership style to be more of a servant leader, as I feel like I have been able to adopt this leadership style over the course of a couple of years since practicing in my current role. Trastek, Hamilton, and Niles, mention that servant leadership is one of the best styles because it concentrates on the power of the public health team while, cultivating a strong bond with individuals and fulfilling the needs of said individuals (2014). This leadership style epitomizes leadership in my opinion because it shares many of the same values explained by Woods. Within my current role, I feel that there are no individuals that are higher than other employees. The idea that some employees are better than other completely neglects the thought process of everyone working as a team toward a desired end goal as some individuals may feel that they are too good or too important to complete tasks that a lesser paid individual could complete. Everyone is equal on the team, there are no superiors or subordinates, all should work together for the betterment of the organization and to promote the objectives of said organization.
References:
Rowitz, L. (2014). Public health leadership: Putting principles into practice. (3rd ed.). Jones & Bartlett Learning.
Trastek, V. F., Hamilton, N. W., & Niles, E. E. (2014). Leadership models in health care – a case for servant leadership. Mayo Clinic proceedings, 89(3), 374–381. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mayocp.2013.10.012.
Woods, J. (1996). The six values of a quality culture. In J. Cortada & J. Woods (Eds.), The Quality Yearbook (1998 ed.). http://my.execpc.com/~ jwoods /6values.htm.