Breast cancer awareness (developing and evaluation)

Breast cancer awareness (developing and evaluation)

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Breast cancer awareness
– My topic about how to make awareness program for breast cancer women in Saudi Arabia
– Outline should be cover the following point:
• Letter reply (find assignment example and also the letter which I have made it)
• Introduction, background (should be involved such as , epidemiology evidence in Saudi and in the world, aim Breast cancer awareness program which mean why breast cancer awareness so important
• Identifying needs, priorities and target group to inform planning
• Aim and objective
• Health promotion framework and health models ( health belief model, transtheoretical Model and social ecological model
• Partnerships working
• Cost, location, duration and delivery
• Evaluation and the programme’s impact on long term health gain
• Conclusion
Note, I would like you to mention, how it is important social marketing for developing programme.
Formative Assessment
Part 1:
Students are asked to write a 250 to 300 word letter in the guise of a local manager to a health promotion specialist. It should ask for information and advice on how a health promotion project may be conducted so to address a locally recognised need. The professional role of the manager and the locally identified need can be decided by the student based upon the student’s own areas of interest. Ideally, this letter should be written based upon current knowledge and attitudes; this will enable students to question where they are now and help them to see how this module has promoted personal development.
Summative Assessment
The summative assignment is a 3,500 word formal response to the letter by the health promotion specialist. The response should suggest a comprehensive health promotion programme specifically designed to the address the identified need. Good rationale should be provided for all recommendations and all advice should be based upon critical evaluation of existing literature and the evidence base. The letter is written in the first person by the student in the role of the health promotion specialist.
You must achieve a mark of 50% or greater to pass the module.

As you are replying to a letter with a letter, your introduction will start with brief and pleasant formalities (e.g. dear Sir/Madam, thank you for your letter in which you asked for my advice regarding…..). More importantly, your introduction should tell the reader what your aims and intentions for writing are and how you plan to structure the remaining letter (using sub-headings) so to address the various issues and components related to the health promotion intervention you are recommending.
Main text
In this section you should provide the following:
• A critical appraisal of research literature and audit data relevant to the health promotion need identified in the manager’s letter. This is so you can convince the manager that you are knowledgeable of this specific topic and are aware of the many complex issues involved.
• A procession of recommendations so to ensure that any intervention:

o Is fully planned in advance and the plans are constructed so to meet specified goals
o Is based upon a recognised health promotion framework
o Takes into account the philosophy and practice of empowerment and change management
o Recognises how policies at the micro, meso and macro level of society need to be considered and developed together so to promote health public policy
o Considers the duration, location, cost and delivery of the initiative
o Recognises potential barriers to success and identifies potential contingency measures
o Will be properly and effectively evaluated according to its processes, immediate impact and long-term health gains.
Justification, based upon relevant literature, MUST be provided for everything you recommend. Remember, you are writing to convince the manager that your advice is informed, evidence-based, rational and of high quality. If you do not convince the manager then your advice may not be followed and, indeed, the intervention may never occur. The markers of your assignment will be taking the role of the manager and your final mark will be influenced by how comprehensive, inclusive and persuasive your approach has been.
This is where you pleasantly end your letter by briefly reminding the manager of the importance of planning, conducting and evaluating health promotion interventions properly. Don’t forget to end with “Yours sincerely” but don’t then proceed to write your name. Remember, this assignment is marked anonymously.
Reference list
A reference list would not normally be included in a letter however it is important to include one here so the manager can see the sources of literature that you have used throughout your letter to support and justify your recommendations. The manager may also want to access and read some of this literature you have mentioned so please ensure that all references are correct and are presented using APA

Al Amr bl marouf wal nahee an al munkar ( Commanding right & forbidding wrong )

Al Amr bl marouf wal nahee an al munkar ( Commanding right & forbidding wrong )

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My topic will be about the practical use of “el amor bit maroof wal name an al munkar in Saudi Arabia) which is translated to “Commanding Right and Forbidding Wrong) .. I do not want it to be highly associated with the religion but rather about the practical side of it. Please use “Michael Cook’s” book “Commanding Right & Forbidding Wrong in Islamic Thought” as one of the references ”

Questions that might also help through the essay would be
1) Why is it so important to Saudi Arabia
2) Why doesn’t it apply to other gulf states
3) you can compare it maybe to other religious parties in different countries like the Shiite one in Iran or Taliban
4) Talk about the sociological approach to it

Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)

Ebola Virus Disease (EVD)

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12-point Times New Roman, 1.5 line spacing, 2.5 cm margins
The project submission should include
Problem definition or issue definition
Theoretical framework
Provide what theory says about your issue or problem
References: 10 references, at least 5 from a peer reviewed journal

Case Shiller Online Index Review

Case Shiller Online Index Review

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Go to the Case-Shiller (
online index and review the graph for Richmond, Virginia area (MSA/city).

Describe what the trend is for that area “historically” and what trend you anticipate to occur over the next month, six-months, and 2 years based on the index from your area

. Next, discuss which types of real estate development projects you believe would be most successful in this area over the next 1 to 2 years – commercial, residential, warehouse, multi-unit residential, mixed use, etc.

Please explain your reasoning of why you think certain types of development projects will be more or less successful than others. Reference the Case-Shiller data and other economic data as necessary to support your case.

Whydidthecollapseofthe USSR happen?

Whydidthecollapseofthe USSR happen?

Research paper: Research Papers you have to have a research question, methodology and hypothesis, which should help you to answer your research question. You should, however, also think of at least one empirical case to which you could apply the theoretical approach that you are writing on.

Topic: Collapse of USSR

Research question: Whydidthecollapseofthe USSR happen?

Developyourhypothesestothisresearchquestion. IN anattempttoexplainyourhypothesestoyourresearchquestionyouemployvarioustheories. RealismandLiberalismcouldbeamongthem (alsoconstructivism). Whileyouarearguingyourpointyoucouldindicatewhichtheorydoesitbestandwhy.
Instructors suggested structure on how to write:

1. Case
Build the connection between case and theory

2. Theory to apply
3. Analysis
4. Conclusion
Also, please do use Chicago 16th style for your referencing and bibliography.The text should be double spaced and written with standard 12 pt Times New Roman.

Prescription Drug Abuse

Prescription Drug Abuse

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Understand and define the problem
1.Demonstrate clarity about the public health problem/issue and the objective of the public policy brief.
2.Quantify the problem – Be specific about problem’s scope and magnitude.
3.Describe the population affected by the problem.
4.Be specific about the nature of the problem – how does the problem affects the population, include risk factor information if/when appropriate.
5.Consider including social and economic consequences of this public health problem/issue.
6.Consider your audience, what information does your audience need.
The Evidence
1.Evaluate the evidence that will best help you clearly express the massage(s) of the public health policy brief. Include only data necessary for the argument(s) being raised in your brief.
2.Consider how the data should be presented.
3.Don’t forget to include qualitative evidence as well as quantitative when available and appropriate.
4.Consider when appropriate including graphs, tables or other appropriate visual aid. If you chose to include this type of evidence included as an addendum and not include it in the word/page count.
Describe potential policy solutions
1.Review the evidence in your topic in relation to laws, regulations, recommendation, interventions or public health and/or other programs implemented to address the particular public health problem/issue.
2.Present evidence on policy solutions that target the public health issue/problem addressed. The policy brief can select one or more policy solutions from many. Highlight why this policy solution(s) are most suitable for the problem.
Make recommendation for policy action
1.Take this opportunity to make a case in support of one or more of the policy solutions presented.

Economic Growth

Economic Growth
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Economic growth has different phases.

Many times we have seen economies go from Boom to Bust and back to Boom. take a look at this subject from the perspective of this past recession and answer the following questions:

•What really caused the recession and are we out of it?

•What happens to employment and unemployment and are they directly related to one another or are they somewhat different?

•How does real estate impact the national economy and what do you think the forecast is for the housing market for the next 5-10 years

International Trade Law

International Trade Law
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Problem Set for International Trade Law

Assume that all the following facts in both cases are fictional. Do not make any additional factual assumptions

1. Mars is a WTO member country. It imposes a 20% tax on sales of soft drinks that use black tea as ingredient; 10% sales tax is imposed on soft drinks that use green tea as ingredient. Domestic soft drink manufacturers produce both green tea and black tea soft drinks. Mars’s law requires that only soft drinks made with added caffeine should include caffeine content in their labels. Both green tea and black tea soft drinks contain naturally generated caffeine. Domestic soft drinks made of green tea do not include caffeine content in their labels, because they do not add caffeine during the production process. Domestic soft drinks made of black tea include caffeine content in the labels because caffeine is added in the production process. The caffeine content included in the labels of soft drinks has the effect of reducing the overall consumption of the soft drinks. HS Codes for green tea and black tea are 090210 and 090230 respectively. The applied MFN duty rates for black tea and green tea are 10% and 10%. For climatic reason, black teas are not produced in Mars. However, Mars produces green teas. Green tea producers are farmers living in the island of Pluto in southern part of Mars. The green tea production is the main source of their income. Green tea soft drinks produced in Mars use both domestic green teas from Pluto island and imported green teas. In contrast, black tea soft drinks produced in Mars use only imported black teas. The HS Code for soft drinks made of green tea or black tea is identically 210120. The applied MFN duty rate for both soft drinks is identically 100%, resulting in minimal quantities of imports of both soft drinks. DRI, a marketing research firm, once reported that as the black tea soft drink price rises by 10%, the consumption of green tea soft drinks rises as much as 9%.

Indus is a WTO member country and is the world’s largest exporter of black teas. Indus claims that Mars is not meeting its WTO obligations in its treatment of black teas imported from Indus. The Indus government is seeking your expert opinion regarding WTO claims against Mars. Write a short memo exploring the validity of possible claims against Mars.

The demographics, needs, and abilities of the targeted group are: *

1. The demographics, needs, and abilities of the targeted group are: *
2. Aligned Standards
FfT Connection: Components 1a, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, 4e, 4f
Data Wise Connection: Steps 3 & 4
Describe the Maryland College and Career-Ready Standards or industry standard(s) to which this SLO aligns. List 2 to 3 standards/indicators including the essential knowledge and skills.
For additional support, visit MSDE’s Website.
3. Academic Goal
FfT Connection: Components 1c, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, 4e, 4f
Data Wise Connection: Steps 3 & 4
Additional information on SLO target setting is available on the MSDE’s Website.
• The target setting approach must be reflected on the artifact/roster.
• In Teachscape the artifact/roster will be uploaded under the Academic Goal.
• Refer to SLO tutorial videos and consult your PDLT for further support and information about goal setting approaches.

Target Setting Approach: (Select only one of the following target setting approaches) *

4. Student Learning Objective: *

5. Instructional Strategies for Attaining Objectives
FfT Connection: Components 1a, 1d, 1e, 2a, 2b, 2c, 2d, 2e, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, 4e, 4f
Data Wise Connection: Steps 5 & 6
List 2-4 effective instructional strategies, a description of how the strategies will be used in the classroom and demonstrates evidence of effectiveness for the instructional strategies in reaching the growth target.
To access list of content area suggestions for instructional strategies, visit the Curriculum and Instruction SLO Site.
6. Evidence of Growth
FfT Connection: Components 1f, 3d, 4a, 4b, 4c, 4d, 4e, 4f
Data Wise Connection: Steps 7 & 8
How do you plan to monitor student growth between the baseline data and the post-assessment?
Identify 2-3 measureable data sets, the frequency of administration, methods for analyzing,
how this will inform instruction, and how students are engaged in the decision making process.
The following information should be included:
• Name of assessment(s) (Examples include teacher made assessments, unit assessments, student projects, etc.)
• Frequency (How often will you assess the progress of your students towards your Academic Goal)
• Method of analyzing (For example, I will review the bi-weekly formative assessments to analyze the progress on student learning and make adjustments in my teaching as I reflect collaboratively with my colleagues.)
• Sources of information that will inform your instruction (formative/summative assessment results)
• How students will be engaged in the decision making process (Examples include, but are not limited to: student surveys, self-directed learning, student class evaluations, encouraging student voice in learning, self progress learning, peer evaluations of classroom performance)

Traditional vs. Modern Poetry

Traditional vs. Modern Poetry

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Select a theme from one of the poems in the unit. Begin by stating the theme you will be discussing. What are some traditional notions people associate with that theme? Describe in one paragraph how you think those traditional notions were created by society. Consider the following questions when crafting your paragraph. Where did they come from? In another paragraph, find a modern representation of that theme. You may select a poem or a song. How is the theme dealt with in this modern representation?
Because I could not stop for Death (479)
Emily Dickinson, 1830 – 1886

Because I could not stop for Death –
He kindly stopped for me –
The Carriage held but just Ourselves –
And Immortality.

We slowly drove – He knew no haste
And I had put away
My labor and my leisure too,
For His Civility –

We passed the School, where Children strove
At Recess – in the Ring –
We passed the Fields of Gazing Grain –
We passed the Setting Sun –

Or rather – He passed us –
The Dews drew quivering and chill –
For only Gossamer, my Gown –
My Tippet – only Tulle –

We paused before a House that seemed
A Swelling of the Ground –
The Roof was scarcely visible –
The Cornice – in the Ground –

Since then – ‘tis Centuries – and yet
Feels shorter than the Day
I first surmised the Horses’ Heads
Were toward Eternity –