The Bristol case

The Bristol case

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Research Paper

Subject

Healthcare&Medicine

Pages / words

4 / 1100

Number of sources

4

Academic level

Senior (College 4th year)

Paper format

APA

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Description

write down 20 recommendations with regards to patient safety from the bristol case and put them in order. the file i uploaded was the previous order you did for me

Principles of microbiology

Principles of microbiology

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Lab report

Subject

Biology

Pages / words

2 / 550

Number of sources

2

Academic level

Junior (College 3rd year)

Paper format

Chicago

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Revision comments


09/28/2019 14:56 PM: the paper has to be in a pdf format

10/1/2019 9:58 AM the format of the paper is wrong. according to the paper template. they boxes are suppose to be at the bottom of every page, and there are suppose to be certain sections on their own page. check attachment Paper template fall 2019.docx
within the document “Culture-based Project Presentation and Paper Expectations” (in the paper section) the introductions says As described in handout “Writing Microbiology Lab Reports”
• Should approach but be no longer than a page. The boxes should still
appear at the bottom.
• The following questions need to be answered. One paragraph for each.
• What is known about antibiotic resistance in environmental sites similar to where you sampled (e.g. river)? Use three separate sources. (Suggested database – Agricola found under Academic Search Complete)
• What are the specific modes of action for all of the antibiotics you investigated (including the one used during the initial isolation)? It is not sufficient to say an antibiotic “inhibits protein synthesis”. You have to describe how. (Suggested database – Medline, found under Academic Search Complete or Pubmed)
• What specific features allow bacteria to survive exposure to each of the antibiotics you discussed in the previous question? These features cannot be the same ones you use in your inferences
(discussion). (Suggested database – Medline, found under Academic Search Complete or Pubmed)
Introduction
The introduction leads the reader to the study you have done. Sufficient background is given to allow the reader to understand the objective for the experiment.
• Define specialized terms where appropriate.
• Review literature appropriate to the study. You will be given questions to guide you.
• State specific objective(s) at the end.
• Written in the present tense.
• There should be no references made to information belonging in the materials and methods, results or
discussion.
• Other than in the objectives statements, there should be no discussion or reference made to the experiment(s).
• Sources used elsewhere in the paper may not be used.
• The paragraphs should be well constructed and flow easily. They should have an appropriate introductory
sentence(s).
10:08
Results
The results describe what you found, not what it means! Text is absolutely necessary. Tables and/or figures will also be included. The text summarizes the important features what is found in the tables and/or figures without restating all of the details.
• Always refer to the appropriate table or figure. List as (Table 1) or (Figure 2) in the text.
• Do not say “Results are shown in Table 1.” or anything comparable. Appropriate tables are indicated in
(E.g. do
parentheses as shown above.
• State the experiment and describe the data. Do not restate the materials and methods again. • Do not interpret or infer what the data means.
• Do not restate all the information found in the tables in the text.
points.
• Written in the past tense.
• Be specific in stating results.
• Report results of statistical tests. p values are reported
• Do not refer to “positive” or “negative” results. This does not tell the reader anything and/or is unnecessary
text. State what the specific result was. • “Do not use the word “Significant”
o Significant means that a statistical test has been done.
o Even if a statistical test been done, you would not use the word “significant”
§ p values would be reported instead. This is only done in the results.
Tables
• Tables should be formatted to be read down (the independent variable in the first column on the left and
dependent variables in the columns to the left of the independent variables)
• Tables and figures need a descriptive title and annotations below the table (if necessary). The rule of thumb
is as follows. If someone was given your table or figure by itself, they should be able to understand what is being shown based on reading the title and annotations.
o Footnotes may be included for explanatory purposes such as explaining abbreviations. • Only horizontal rule lines are used, usually three or four per table (see below).
• Include statistical results (p values) where appropriate.
• Table will be on the same page as the Results section.
• Table will be single spaced.
• If necessary, the font size can be reduced to have the table fit on the page neatly.

Example
Table 1. Traits of penicillin resistant bacterial isolates from Lake Huron.
Structural and metabolic properties
Isolate number Gram stain Catalase activity Glucose fermentation Endospore stain
105 purple + – –
108 pink – – –
110 purple – – +
Gram stain – Final color
Catalase activity and glucose fermentation positive reaction +, negative reaction – Endospore stain green spheres present +, absent –
Discussion
• Give two clear inferences that are supported by evidence (scientific literature).
o State the specific observation you are addressing. o State specific information from the reference(s). o Give a clear inference using tentative language.
• Written in the present tense.
• Do not restate results unnecessarily.
• If you are about to write the words “further study is needed…” or the like, stop and tell yourself that you are
about to commit an error. These words are, more often than not, pointless statements.
• Do not refer to “positive” or “negative” results. This does not tell the reader anything and/or is unnecessary
text. State what the specific result was.
• Do not use the word “Significant” unless a statistical test has been done.
o p values should not be reported. This is only done in the results.
• can only be used in the results or discussion if the data has been assessed using a statistical test and the null
hypothesis has been rejected (alternative accepted).
o You will use statistical tests for the last project. See the Writing About Statistics section below
• Human or experimental error is not an acceptable explanation and should not be mentioned.
References
All ideas and knowledge that are not your own must be referenced!!!…otherwise it is plagiarism. You will be expected to provided references in the Introduction, Discussion and, sometimes, the Materials and Methods. Failure to reference properly will result in up to a 10% penalty.
• References will be alphabetical order by the last name of the first author.
• Primary and secondary journal articles can only be used unless otherwise given permission. Primary journal articles describe a study. Secondary journal articles summarize or review a number of studies.
• Journal titles need to be abbreviated
• You will use the Council for Scientific Editors formatting for references. The rules are summarized below. Links
to the CSE style guide can be found on Blackboard or using the following hyperlink
o https://www.scientificstyleandformat.org/Tools/SSF-Citation-Quick-Guide.html
• To ensure your citation information is correct, try Googling the title of the article. You should find a website with “NCBI” in the link. This will give you the information you need including the abbreviation for the journal name.
• Googling the journal name with “abbreviation” will also give you the correct short form.

Title
The title should include sufficient detail so the reader will know what the paper is about. potential reader to decide if they would like to read the abstract.
• Terms in the title should relate what was actually done.
• Important terms need to be capitalized
The title allows the
o Fluorescein Diacetate Hydrolysis as a Measure of Total Microbial Activity in Soil and Litter o Microbial Community Shifts in Response to Acid Mine Drainage Pollution Within a Natural
Wetland
• The title should be brief but include sufficient detail so the reader will know what the paper is about
o This includes mentioning the nature of the study and the context Antibiotic Resistances Patterns Among Bacteria Isolated from Lake Huron.
Abstract
The abstract is intended to be published on its own separate from the manuscript as part of a collection of abstracts. They allow the reader to know if they should read the entire paper. No reference should be made to material from the paper itself. The abstract is a brief, specific summary of the paper written as a single paragraph. t
• Includes the principal objective(s), materials and methods, results and the two inferences.
• Written in the past tense.
• Maximum length – 100 words
o To check the length in Word
1. Highlight the section of test you are interested in 2. Click the “Review” tab at the top
3. Click on “Word Count”
• Never talk about what future studies could or should do.
• Do not refer to “positive” or “negative” results. This does not tell the reader anything and/or is unnecessary
text. State what the specific result was. • There should be no reference to tables

Description

He is very specific about how things are worded and the questions are answered, i attached the documents to help explain everything. If anything else is needed just let me know.

Latest revision comment

10/1 12:40 PM
For the new writer:
Using the content from the file “lab_report_final.pdf”, please complete the paper in the file
“Paper template fall 2019.docx”.
– Meet the word count – 550 words.
– Add Results chapter.
– Revise the format.
– Revise the abstract – it should include the principal objective(s), materials and methods, results and the two inferences.
– Adjust the entire report to the requirements listed in the file “Writing_Micro_Lab_Reports_Fall_2019_4_.pdf”

 

Foundations of Health Systems and Policy

Foundations of Health Systems and Policy

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Coursework

Subject

Nursing

Pages / words

2 / 550

Number of sources

4

Academic level

Master’s

Paper format

APA

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Additional features

Draft required

A part of your paper to report on the progress

Description

I am an intensive care unit nurse who is pursuing a master’s degree in nurse practitioner. I want my health policy topic for this Op-Ed (opposite the editorial page) assignment to be about banning the sales of flavored nicotine e-cigarette and THC vaping products because there is a growing health epidemic of young people vaping. Teenagers have begun to vape at astonishing rates, confident that their e-cigarettes are “safe” compared with combustible ones. Nicotine affects adolescent brains uniquely, and e-cigarettes can hook children on nicotine for life, an addiction that could lead to consuming other tobacco products whose risk profile is well established and highly dangerous. It is for this rising generation that regulation is most necessary — and concern for them should trump worries about reducing smokers’ access to the smoking alternatives they prefer. The vaping epidemic has now reached the point where multiple people have died and over 380 cases of severe lung injuries have been reported in 36 states and one U.S. territory linked to vaping.

I have attached two documents that include all the instruction details and grading rubric for this writing assignment. Please read every sentence and follow all the instructions that my professor requested regarding what types of sources we can use and how to format my paper correctly.

Safety Planning and Administration

Safety Planning and Administration

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Essay

Subject

Architecture

Pages / words

2 / 550

Academic level

Freshman (College 1st year)

Paper format

APA

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Description

Directions:. Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response should be four (4) double-spaced pages; refer to the “Assignment Format” page located on the Course Home page for specific format requirements.

Objective: Describe the considerations of a company when establishing a safety promotion policy.

Part A For this project, you are to develop a written safety program.
1. Begin with a safety policy statement that could be used by a small construction company.
2. Develop a corresponding set of five (5) safety rules for the company’s safety program.

Your written program should make it clear that safe work practices are expected of all employees, at all levels, and at all times. Use Chapter 12 as your primary guideline, but you may also include any safety subject from the previous lessons that would be important to a small construction company.

Part B After completing your written program, contact a local, small construction company and speak to a person in a managerial position connected with safety concerns. Tell them about this project. Ask if they would consider looking at your written safety program and providing any feedback. When you submit the written program to the school, include a one-page addendum to your written program that:
1. Briefly describes the construction company contact(s) you made and
2. Includes a brief summary of the feedback you received.

This writing assignment will give you a very real experience in developing a written safety program. The feedback you will get from a construction company professional will be invaluable. One further note: try to balance your safety program when it comes to details—too many, and you will quickly lose the interest and compliance of the employee, but too little detail may actually make the workplace unsafe for employees. Keep this in mind when you’re deciding what important elements to include in your safety program.

This assignment must be a neat, professional presentation on this subject. Proper punctuation, spelling, and usage of grammar are imperative.

 

Safety Planning and Administration

Safety Planning and Administration

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Coursework

Subject

Architecture

Pages / words

1 / 275

Academic level

Freshman (College 1st year)

Paper format

APA

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Description

Safety Planning and Administration
Directions: Unless otherwise stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English, spelling and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format.

Part A The first workers’ compensation law in the U.S. did not pass until 1908. Today, all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, and Puerto Rico have workers’ compensation laws.

Provide an overview of the workers’ compensation concept.

Discuss the two (2) concepts that provide the underlying rationale for workers’ compensation.

Part B Whistle-blowing is a term that has evolved from ethical dilemmas.

What is whistleblowing?

Identify and discuss at least two (2) problems the whistle-blower might expect when the whistle gets blown.

If you become aware that another employee, or your employer, was violating legal or ethical standards – what would you do?

Grading Rubric

Please refer to the rubric on the next page for the grading criteria for this assignment.

 

BAM 421 unit 4) Discuss the three distinct elements in supply chain design: supply network, assembly, and distribution.

BAM 421 unit 4) Discuss the three distinct elements in supply chain design: supply network, assembly, and distribution.

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Essay

Subject

Not defined

Pages / words

2 / 550

Number of sources

1

Academic level

Senior (College 4th year)

Paper format

MLA

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Description

source:An Introduction to Operations Management: The Joy of Operations
Ajay Das, 2016
Routledge
ISBN.13: 978-1-138-88457-1

BAM 421 unit 3) Distinguish between managing capacity with demand management and managing capacity with resource management.

BAM 421 unit 3) Distinguish between managing capacity with demand management and managing capacity with resource management.

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Essay

Subject

Not defined

Pages / words

2 / 550

Number of sources

1

Academic level

Senior (College 4th year)

Paper format

MLA

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Description

source:An Introduction to Operations Management: The Joy of Operations
Ajay Das, 2016
Routledge
ISBN.13: 978-1-138-88457-1

BAM 421 unit 2)Explain why such forecasting devices as moving averages, weighted averages, and exponential smoothing are not well suited for data series with trends.

BAM 421 unit 2)Explain why such forecasting devices as moving averages, weighted averages, and exponential smoothing are not well suited for data series with trends.

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Essay

Subject

Not defined

Pages / words

2 / 550

Number of sources

1

Academic level

Senior (College 4th year)

Paper format

MLA

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Description

source:An Introduction to Operations Management: The Joy of Operations
Ajay Das, 2016
Routledge
ISBN.13: 978-1-138-88457-1

BAM 421 unit 1Explain what an operations strategy is and its importance with regard to competitive priorities. You can illustrate your answer with an example from any organization (public or private, manufacturing or service).

BAM 421 unit 1Explain what an operations strategy is and its importance with regard to competitive priorities. You can illustrate your answer with an example from any organization (public or private, manufacturing or service).

 

Type of service

Academic paper writing

Type of assignment

Essay

Subject

Not defined

Pages / words

2 / 550

Number of sources

1

Academic level

Senior (College 4th year)

Paper format

MLA

Line spacing

Double

Language style

US English

Description

source: An Introduction to Operations Management: The Joy of Operations
Ajay Das, 2016
Routledge
ISBN.13: 978-1-138-88457-1