Solving a Problem in Your Community

This week, you will begin to create an annotated bibliography for the Solving a Problem in Your community course project. In addition to the source you identified in the Week 3 discussion, you will find four additional scholarly or academic sources (you will begin this process this week and continue building your resource collection next week), for a total of five. These sources will be the...
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emotional contagion

Briefly define emotional contagion. Think about situations in which you have experienced or observed the phenomenon of emotional contagion. How might this phenomenon affect individuals in their work or careers, both positively or negatively? What suggestions might help individuals who work closely with others to avoid initiating or being affected negatively by emotional contagion?
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Negotiation

The final exam question is below. Remember that the grades are comparative. So, do your best, as long as this topic represents 35% of the final grade.Consider a real negotiation, which result wasnt good for you i.e., you perceive that you could have had a better outcome ... maybe far better. The negotiation may have been a deal with colleagues, relatives, parents, room mates, the organization of...
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Negotiation

The final exam question is below. Remember that the grades are comparative. So, do your best, as long as this topic represents 35% of the final grade.Consider a real negotiation, which result wasnt good for you i.e., you perceive that you could have had a better outcome ... maybe far better. The negotiation may have been a deal with colleagues, relatives, parents, room mates, the organization of...
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memo about Health Risk Assessment

Health Risk Assessment A Health Risk Assessment (HRA) form allows a private insurer in Saudi Arabia to assess an individuals health and lifestyle. You have been tasked with drafting a memo to the CEO addressing how an HRA could help your insurance company.  Be sure to address the following components: Frequency and purpose of an HRA;Examples of questions asked on an HRA;The impact of an HRA...
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

Using the  Framingham Heart Study datasetyou will compare the risk factors in men and women where you will use the following patient characteristics: age, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, use of anti-hypertensive medication, current smoker, total serum cholesterol, mg/dL, body mass index (BMI), and diabetes, by determining the means for each risk factor.Create a table that...
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Any topic (writer’s choice)

Using the  Framingham Heart Study datasetyou will compare the risk factors in men and women where you will use the following patient characteristics: age, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pressure, use of anti-hypertensive medication, current smoker, total serum cholesterol, mg/dL, body mass index (BMI), and diabetes, by determining the means for each risk factor.Create a table that...
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