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Ethical leadership vs. servant leadership and Kholberg’s Stages of Moral Development$8.00
A. Ethics is sometimes influenced by leadership. Research ethical leadership and servant leadership.
1. What is ethical leadership?
2. What is servant leadership?
3. Discuss the relationship between ethical leadership and servant leadership, and how both could help corporations maintain an ethical culture.
B. Every corporation has a culture. This culture is influenced by individual and groups of different moral suasions. Research Kholberg’s Stages of Moral Development.
1. Discuss how Kholberg’s Stages of Moral Development might impact the culture of an organization, and thus the ethical condition in that organization?
Cite and reference at least two reputable sources, excluding your textbook, in support of your response to these questions. Wisegeek, NetMba, Wikipedia, and sources of that nature, are not considered reputable sources.
Book: Stanwick, P. A., & Stanwick, S. D. (2009). Understanding business ethics. Upper Saddle River,
NJ: Prentice Hall.
Please answer two part A and B , cited from the book above and need more references
APA – 4 References
Spiritual needs of the acutely ill$10.00
Spiritual needs of the acutely ill
HIV in children
Research the patient group and select at least three research articles to be used in the presentation. I would prefer articles that are scholarly and can be located easily on the internet. Permalinks would be appreciated so that I do not have to search.
Prepare an overview describing how to employ the health care provider process in analyzing the spiritual dimensions of the provider-patient relationship. Prayer and religion in a health care environment is required.
Pay attention to patient needs in your chosen population (adults or children). What interventions can be used to meet the spiritual needs of a patient in your chosen population in the following areas:
APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.
APA 4 References
Wegener’s Disease Paper$25.00
Wegener’s Disease Paper
The topic of the research paper will be any disease or condition of the body (Wegener’s Disease). The paper must include a thorough description of the disease/condition; current statistics of those affected; explanations on how the various body systems are affected; and any medications/treatments that are available, if any. I would suggest you use the outline of: Normal Anatomy and Physiology of the Organ system(1-3 pages), Pathology leading to the disease/condition (1-3 pages), Treatment Options, to include at least one in-depth look at a lifestyle change, drug or procedure that can be utilized to fix the pathology, (find a research study or case study that demonstrates the effectiveness of this treatment) (1-3 Pages). A research paper should be 5-7 pages at a minimum not including the title page, abstract and reference page. I really want to see you go into some details on how things should normally work, how things are not working correctly leading to symptoms and then how to fix or possibly bring the anatomy and physiology back towards normal.
Your paper should be written in the THIRD PERSON taking the individual out of the writing and avoiding pronouns such as I, we, my, our (first person) and you, yours, your, us, we (second person). You should deal with facts and not opinions, thus providing citations within your paper and on your reference page. Focus on the subject itself and not on your feelings about the subject. The use of third person retains a formal tone in your writing. The use of first and second person can make a document seem more casual.
APA 7 References
Embryo Harvesting and Freezing/Genetic Manipulation (Posthumous Conception Case)$5.00
Here is the scenario:
Description: Eighteen months after her husband, Robert Capato, died of cancer, re¬spondent Karen Capato gave birth to twins conceived through in-vitro fertilization using her husband’s frozen sperm. Should technology be used to create live posthumously?
The paper covers:
1. A description of the topic and related ethical implications:
2. Stake holders in this scenario.
Ethical issues related to case: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EIenB7qgIVk
Washington Post article of Karen Capato Case: http://articles.washingtonpost.com/2012-03-19/politics/35450022_1_karen-capato-robert-capato-survivor-benefitsUS
Supreme Court (2011) Ruling on Capato Case: http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/11pdf/11-159.pdf
1 page, APA, 1 Reference
Aging effects on memory$30.00
Aging effects on memory
3 academic sources are required. Basically its just an overview of a specific topic regarding the psychology of aging (Aging effects on memory). For example, if I were to focus on autobiographical memory I would formulate a literature review based on past research then follow up by making my own analysis creating subsections like “autobiographical memory defined” “the accuracy flashbulb memories” “Aging effects on autobiographical memory” “conclusion”
APA 7 References
Water Quality and Planktonic Communities of the Blackwater Satilla River$0.00
Water Quality and Planktonic Communities of the Blackwater Satilla River
Blackwater rivers in the southeastern U.S. have naturally low dissolved oxygen (DO) levels during the summer months. How can we recognize when we are observing naturally low DO levels or when we are observing low DO levels caused by various point and non-point influences? Are there planktonic organisms that can indicate excess nutrients, high turbidity, or low DO? To answer this, we must first understand the basic planktonic community composition in blackwater rivers. This study examined differences between two locations on the Satilla River (Woodbine and Burnt Fort) in relation to physiochemical parameters (e.g., DO, pH, salinity, conductivity, temperature, and secchi disk depth) and plankton communities (taxa richness, evenness, and diversity). Both Woodbine and Burnt Fort showed mean DO levels that fell below the state standard of 4.0 mg/L, even though only Woodbine is classified, using Georgia state standards, as a part of a DO-impaired segment. Results indicated that Woodbine had lower DO, higher turbidity, higher temperatures, and a greater salinity influence than Burnt Fort. Woodbine also had a greater number of plankton taxa, but the taxa were not as evenly distributed as at Burnt Fort, which therefore had a greater diversity index. The average total abundance of phytoplankton differed significantly between the two sites as well as the relative abundance of five other subgroups; these should be further studied to better understand how plankton abundance and diversity change with the influx of nitrates, phosphates, and organic matter.
BEST TREATMENT FOR BREAST CANCER$70.00
BEST TREATMENT FOR BREAST CANCER
Background to Breast Cancer
Interior of the Female Breast
Noninvasive Breast Cancer
Invasive Breast Cancer
Major Breast Cancer Treatments
Evaluation of Treatments
Weekly lab results
Evaluation of breast and surrounding areas
Progress in health
Gene Therapy Personal Narrative$10.00
Gene Therapy Personal Narrative
Write an essay of at least 800 words that introduces a question you have identified as at issue in the topic you have chosen. Develop a personal narrative that details a specific event, situation, moment, scene, or experience with this issue. The topic is gene therapy
To help you decide what kind of personal narrative you want to construct, think about why you need to tell your story. Do you want to inspire others? Do you want to help others? Do you want to use your experience as a real-life example of an issue? Do you want to use your experience as evidence for a claim?
HOW FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY DEAL WITH FOOD ALLERGY?$15.00
HOW FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY DEAL WITH FOOD ALLERGY?
The paper is a literature review on the ways food and beverage industry deal with food allergy. It consists of an introduction, what is food allergy, and how food and beverage industry deals with incidents of food allergy.