Educational Research Methods: Drawings and Photographs

Educational Research Methods: Drawings and Photographs Readings Read Wang, C., & Burris, M. A. (1997). Photovoice: Concept, methodology, and use for participatory needs assessment. Health Education & Behavior, 24(3), 369-387. Read Guillemin, M. (2004). Understanding illness: Using drawings as a research method. Qualitative Health Research, 14(2),…

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Jane, age 37, has £40,000 to invest in a fixed-income security. She has invested in various types of bonds for 10 years, she considers herself to be an aggressive investor, and she is in the 28% marginal income tax bracket. Her primary goal is capital appreciation; income is a secondary consideration.

Q (i) In a sign of growing anxiety among policymakers, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the so-called central banks’ bank, warned on Monday (7th December 2020) of the “daylight” between elevated valuations and persistently uncertain economic conditions. “While markets…

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A 41-year-old male patient presents at the community walk-in clinic with complaints of severe elbow pain radiating into the forearm. His 13-year-old daughter is serving as a translator because her father is unable to speak English and understands only a few words in English.

A 41-year-old male patient presents at the community walk-in clinic with complaints of severe elbow pain radiating into the forearm. His 13-year-old daughter is serving as a translator because her father is unable to speak English and understands only a…

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Assume that Vietnam has a demand for laptops of Q=20.000.000 – 5000 P. Assume further that two companies produce identical laptops in Vietnam: Astra-PC and Be-U. Assume that company A and company B have marginal costs of MCA=MCB=2500. Suppose that the marginal costs are the only costs of production and that there are no transport costs. The companies produce and sell their laptops only in Vietnam

1. Theory Question:  [18 points, wordcount recommendation: approx. 400-500 words]   Hint to reduce word count: when you present calculations, do not insert spaces between numbers or mathematical signs, as it will be counted as separate words.   Theory question:…

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Lou is a 35-year-old who presents for evaluation of a cough. She is normally a healthy young lady with no significant medical history. She takes no medications and does not smoke. She reports that she was in her usual state of good health until approximately three weeks ago when she developed a “really bad cold.”

Lou is a 35-year-old who presents for evaluation of a cough. She is normally a healthy young lady with no significant medical history. She takes no medications and does not smoke. She reports that she was in her usual state…

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How the advanced practice nurse can reduce health disparities in underserved communities through inter-professional collaboration among healthcare team to design evidence-based health promotion intervention.

How the advanced practice nurse can reduce health disparities in underserved communities through inter-professional collaboration among healthcare team to design evidence-based health promotion intervention. Discuss how the advanced practice nurse can reduce health disparities in underserved communities through inter-professional collaboration…

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