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WK 4 D2 HHS 435 200 words total

WK 4 D2 HHS 435 200 words total Right of Privacy The right of privacy is a major component of confidentiality. Chapter 22 discusses the importance and application of this right. Discuss your ideas in terms of the human service profession of how the right to privacy can be protected in an evolving, open information society? What laws pertain specifically to human service workers in protecting/honoring patient/client confidentiality? Provide a specific circumstance/case/example drawn from real life. Respond to two of your classmates’ posts. Requirements: Discussion | 1 pages, Single spaced

HR491Senior Seminar in Human Resource Development

HR491Senior Seminar in Human Resource Development Unit 2: Current Event Exercise Directions Each student is required to develop an 8-10 slide Power Point Presentation using APA format (Title Page, Running Header/Titles and Reference page with references properly cited in the body of the presentation). The presentation will summarize an HR business case of your chosen HR current event or ULO. The current event can be from the news, the employee’s organization, or other current event. The presentation must clearly articulate how the Human Resource Management function of an organization positively contributes to organizational outcomes. The final presentation slide is required to include all references in APA format. Requirements: More in depth guide with all the details. Unit Two ULOs ULO#1: Explain how organizational goals and objectives are linked to motivated and engaged employees ULO#2: Explain why organizations resist change ULO#3: Describe two ways how leaders should support change

Common Digestive Conditions

Common Digestive Conditions

September 14, 2021 |

Common Digestive Conditions? In everyone’s life, they must have experienced a digestion disorder, whether it is a lingering gastrointestinal ailment requiring lifestyle change or is a meal that doesn’t agree with our stomach. According to Peyskensn & Penaloza (2017), digestive problems are extremely common in people afflicting one in five people.

What is autism?

What is autism?

What is autism? Autism is a wide range of disorders that impair speech, non-verbal communication, and social behaviors. According to the Centers for Disease Control, about 1 in 54 children are diagnosed with autism (Lord et al., 2018). The condition affects the brain development of an individual, which influences how they relate with others. It creates problems when interacting with others since communication is a challenge. Repetitive behavioral patterns can also characterize the disorder. Autism has a wide variety of signs which describe its spectrum.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

September 10, 2021 |

Irritable bowel syndrome is a problem experienced by many people that affects the large intestine. Not all people have signs and symptoms as they can control them by managing diet, stress, and lifestyle. However, others have symptoms like bloating, abdominal pain, cramping, constipation, or diarrhea, which needs to be managed for quite some time. In others, the bowel movement changes in appearance, while others change how often they have bowel movements

Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder

Borderline Personality Disorder is a condition that affects mood instability and makes it difficult for people to form relationships. According to Brüne (2016), unstable relationships, fear of being abandoned, inability to regulate emotions, feelings of depression, and high-risk behaviors are some of the characteristics of the condition. According to APA (2013), people with the disorder have increased chances of committing suicide. Brüne (2016) says that people suffering from the condition have paranoid ideas, and they always have self-injurious behavior. There are several intervention measures that are being used to manage borderline personality disorder. These intervention measures are generalized to all populations, but they can be adapted to work in specific circumstances such as in sexual minorities. Causes of the disorder Several factors predispose a person to borderline personality disorder. Genetics is one factor that can contribute a person to suffering from the condition. According to NHS (2019), genes a person…    read more