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I was trying to apply for Master of public health in epidemiology concentration.

I was trying to apply for Master of public health in epidemiology concentration. So, I needed statement of purpose and Resume. I will create another order for Resume and upload resume later.
The statement of purpose requires 1500 word count. Please let me know what other information you need. I am a Registered Nurse with BSN degree and wanted to go on MPH field. So, we need to make a good connection here why I want to study MPH in epidemiology as it is not the nursing only field. My work experience is almost 10 years total in Nursing (3 different hospitals, 2 from US and 1 from outside US). I did total patient care maintaining safety and confidentiality, and advocating for them when needed. I had similar nursing experience like other nurses in medical surgical. I worked in medical surgical department in US hospital and I do have ICU experience from back home. Hope you are understanding. Please make a good connection as I can tell one more thing is we do assessment of the patients problem before solving and we have to assess the public health issues too before starting any work. Please do your best effort to make this letter a strong reason to be able to get into college admission. Also, please let me know if I have to give more information.
I have also attached 2pages that tells what is expected from the school for statement of purpose. Thank you.

Public Administration

• Choose a local community in the U.S. and describe the disaster resiliency prac

• Choose a local community in the U.S. and describe the disaster resiliency practices they have – bonus if you actually reach out and ask someone to help explain this
• Write an assessment about how that community has and has not included stakeholders in building disaster resilience in that community (choose 1 stakeholder: another local gov’t, the state, Federal, nonprofit, private businesses)
• Share your own perspectives on how that community can use that stakeholder to build disaster resilience or what the downsides are to the lack of inclusion
• *If you are working with a partner, you will add an additional stakeholder (if your first stakeholder is gov’t entity, the second must be nonprofit or private, and vice versa)
• NOTE: Minimum of 7 citations, 6 pages (references page not included)


Discuss and define Marketing Management.

Please answer questions 1-3. I attached the questions and the paper for reference. We use the book Marketing Management by Greg Marshall


Analyze relationships between medium, genre, purpose, audience, and context in appropriate genre models.

Analyze relationships between medium, genre, purpose, audience, and context in appropriate genre models
Analyze the affordances of different modes (linguistic, visual, aural, spatial, gestural) in appropriate genre models
Develop a complex message that engages substantively with other voices and ideas, using genre-appropriate language and at least one other mode of communication (visual, aural, spatial, gestural)

Human Services

Identify and describe major theories of human decision making and behavior.

What have we learned? Please respond to two of the following essay questions in approximately 600 words per question (i.e., 1,200 words combined for both selected questions answered).
Initially, in the first week, humans did not make up much of the story when we addressed the creation of everything (i.e., the universe as we know it) and origin of life from non-living material. We were also introduced to the Pale Blue Dot image. How do you think this knowledge, as “fuzzy” as it may be, changes the narrative of the human story we get from traditional history? Make your case. It could change little or it could be transformative.
You were introduced to Charles Darwin and the evolutionary path to human life. We learned that traditional history captures just a small portion of our existence. We gained knowledge about our distant genetic ancestors and our current day genetic cousins–chimpanzees and bonobos. What inferences should we draw from chimpanzees and bonobos, if any? Are there some parallels to what people think of out biological human nature? We have nearly the same DNA, yet clearly there are so many differences. How would you reconcile this?
You were introduced to the perhaps “neglected” importance of language. If anything, our capacity to use language to create fictions, to socially construct things that are accepted as real, may be our most unique feature. How does our use of language differ from other animals and what are the most significant consequences of this?
We learned that there is more biochemistry to love than emotion. If humans had a more realistic understanding of this science rather than the romantic notions of soulmates and Hollywood scriipts would this be a good or bad thing? How would we be different? Basically, this question asks if we could deconstruct the imaginary notions of love from our culture, how would we treat each other, in your opinion?
We learned the “real” value of money. How would you explain the value of a $100 U.S. bill to a remote group of hunter gatherers in the Amazon? Could you convince them of its value? Why would you likely not need to convince anyone of this in everyday life in your community? Would there be a danger in the masses having more understanding of the social construction of currency? Why or why not?
Although many have called economics the “dismal science,” this label might better apply to social psychology—specifically social identity theory. What does this theory tell us about human prejudice and discrimination? Should we expect that social movements will ultimately be able to lead people towards less in-group favoritism and out-group prejudice and discrimination?
In many places around the world today people are experiencing an unprecedented process of secularization. For the first time in human history that we can study, it appears some are “losing God.” What are the consequences of this, in your opinion? How do you think people could discern “good” and “evil” without religion? Feel free to take the postmodern lens in your answer and argue that good and evil do not exist.
We learned that some social scientists and historians have tried to make the case that people don’t really matter. If you removed a person considered important in history that the social context and forces around them would generate a “replacement.” Who, in your opinion is the most important person in history? Why? Remember, important is not a synonym for good.
Course Descriiption
What makes us human? How much of this is a part of our “nature” (e.g., biological hardware, chemistry, and physiological changes) and how much of it is due to how we are nurtured (our socialization, cultures, and social interactions)? This course explores some of the most central aspects of the human condition and asks, “What makes us tick?” The class explores competing paradigms derived from a combination of studies and research from biology, medicine, psychology, sociology, economics, anthropology, archaeology, and historical observation. The structure of the course is inspired by the concept of a “hierarchy of needs”—beginning with essential “lower order” aspects of the human condition moving up toward the problems and issues that are more often the focus of life once the essentials of life have been obtained. The course challenges the notion that 21st century human beings are all that different from those that existed in 100, 1,000, or even 10,000 years ago. It also seeks to understand how human behavior can vary so much across cultures now. Course readings are supplemented with suggested journal articles including current research as well as multimedia excerpts on each week’s topics.
Course Learning Objectives
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
Identify and describe major theories of human decision making and behavior
Explain how humans have understood the concept of “human nature” over time and across cultures and what impact these understandings had on their lives
Demonstrate application of major theories of human decision making and behavior to a particular scenario or problem
Differentiate and explain the biological, physiological, psychological and sociological contributions to human decision making and behavior
Demonstrate the ability to identify and deconstruct human thought(s) and action(s) for a specific historical event
Speculate about human behavior using theories of human decision making and behavior for a specific scenario
Assemble argument(s) for the “most important” influences on human decision making and behavior
Required Readings for Purchase
Through a Glass Brightly: Using Science to See Our Species as We Really AreLinks to an external site.
David P. Barash
Oxford University Press (August 1, 2018)
ISBN-10: 0190673710
ISBN-13: 978-0190673710

Not So Different: Finding Human Nature in AnimalsLinks to an external site.
Nathan H. Lents
Publisher: Columbia University Press (May 17, 2016)
ISBN-10: 0231178328
ISBN-13: 978-0231178327
Available online at Georgetown Library:

Maps of Time: An Introduction to Big HistoryLinks to an external site.
David Christian
University of California Press; Second Edition, (October 3, 2011)
ISBN-10: 9780520271449
ISBN-13: 978-0520271449
Weekly Schedule
Each week we meet on Wednesdays at 5:20 pm at 640 Mass Ave.
Exercises & Assignments Due
Week 1
Class meets Aug. 24

Module 0 Orientation (The Human Condition)

Module 1: Introduction to “Big History”
● Read and watch materials about Pre-human history: Why are we here?

Complete Reflection Paper #1

Week 2
Class meets Aug. 31
Module 2: Dawn of Human Nature
● Read and watch materials about “The state of nature” and develop comparative understandings of creation and origin, religious salvation and punishment.

Week 3
Class meets Sept. 7

Module 3: Communication
● Read and watch materials about human language and the arts’ explore the emergence and evolution of language; visual communications from cave wall to cyberspace, and the transformative changes brought by mass media.
Complete Short Exercise #1
Week 4
Class meets Sept. 14
Module 4: Love and Socio-biology
● Read and watch materials about the makings and development of human attraction, bonding, and modern conceptions of “romance.”
Complete Short Exercise #2

Week 5
Class meets Sept. 21
Module 5: Security and Order
● Read and watch materials about leadership; how we choose our leaders; from tribal leaders to feudal monarchy, to democracy, to the next “thing” (or the “End of History”).
Complete Short Exercise #3
Week 6
Class meets Sept. 28
Module 6: Economy
● Read materials about money, property and exchange; from agrarian feudalism, to free markets, to state-planned economies.
Complete Reflection Paper #2

Week 7
Class meets Oct. 5
Module 7: Movements Toward Equality
● Read materials about the expansion of human rights, liberties, and status.
Submit Final Paper Topic
Week 8
Class meets Oct. 12
Module 8: Advancement and Invention
● Read materials about the different periods in technological and scientific history: enlightenment, the industrial age, and the digital age.
Complete Reflection Paper #3

Week 9
Class meets Oct. 19
Module 9: Good and Evil
● Read materials about the origins of salvation religions, and the concept of sinners and saints through the ages; ask questions about “morality” and explore post-modern claims of relativism and the inability to know truth.

Week 10
Class meets Oct. 26
Module 10: Leisure
● Read materials about the history of human leisure time, and the concepts of entertainment, the “late coming of leisure” childhood, and how we might be “amusing ourselves to death.”


Week 11
Class meets Nov. 2

Module 11: Do People Matter?
● Read and watch materials about major social forces and human events, and ask big questions about free will and social determinism.

Week 12
Class meets Nov. 9
Module 12: The Future
● Read materials about current views of the future and what “futurists” today think about the “shape of things to come.”

Week 13
Class meets Nov. 16
Module 13: Final Assessments
● Read materials begin the final exam

Week 14
Fall Recess
Week 15
● Discussion and final steps
Complete Exam – Due Dec. 2
Submit Final Paper – Due Dec. 16

Course Summary:
Date Details Due
Mon Aug 29, 2022 Assignment Module 1 Do: Reflection Paper #1 due by 11:59pm
Tue Sep 20, 2022 Assignment Module 4 Do: Short Exercise #2 – GSS on Marital Status and Sexual Partners due by 11:59pm
Tue Sep 27, 2022 Assignment Module 5 Do: Short Exercise #3 – National Election Study due by 11:59pm
Wed Oct 5, 2022 Assignment Module 6 Do: Reflection Paper #2 due by 11:59pm
Wed Oct 12, 2022 Assignment Module 7 Do: Final Paper Topic Submission due by 11:59pm
Wed Oct 19, 2022 Assignment Module 8 Do: Reflection Paper #3 due by 11:59pm
Fri Dec 2, 2022 Assignment Final Exam due by 11:59pm
Fri Dec 16, 2022 Assignment Module 13 Final Paper Submission due by 11:59pm
Assignment Module 3 Do: Short Exercise #1 – Language Mapping


Explain details of the personalized plan of care that you would develop based on influencing factors and patient history.

Post a descriiption of the patient case from your experiences, observations, and/or clinical practice from the last 5 years. Then, describe factors that might have influenced pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic processes of the patient you identified. Finally, explain details of the personalized plan of care that you would develop based on influencing factors and patient history in your case. Be specific and provide examples.


Examine the differences between state and federal regulations of managed care.

Examine the differences between state and federal regulations of managed care. Which regulations have more impact on managed care? Explain.
Submit your essay in a Word document. This assignment must be at least 500 words, with at least four references cited properly in APA format, and a title page (APA format). This assignment must be well- written with proper grammar, spelling, and punctuation.


Define and design appropriate policies, procedures, regulations, agreements, products, and services that will effectively solve the IT Governance problem or support an opportunity.

Research and design the solution(s) to address the problem that’s identified and defined in the Problem Definition attached. This is the continuation of the Problem Definition phase, so the solution design should be appended to the previous deliverable.
The design should clearly explain how to address the identified problem. It should also be forward-thinking, proactive, and realistic.
Here are the key components of the Solution Design deliverable.
• Define and design appropriate policies, procedures, regulations, agreements, products, and services that will effectively solve the IT Governance problem or support an opportunity.
• Analyze the risk exposure of not taking any action to address the compliance problem.
• Suggest what should happen after the design is implemented (i.e., a follow-up to the solution design)
• Provide cost and impact estimates where available. Estimate the labor hours required to implement the design (e.g., the average IT Governance consultation hourly rate is $300)


Describe the role of the nurse leader.

Reflect upon the impact of evidence-based practice on health outcomes, the nursing profession, and healthcare delivery. Identify a nurse leader to interview in order to gain first-hand insights regarding the application of evidence-based practice in a healthcare setting.
Once you have identified the nurse leader, conduct an informal interview with the leader to learn more about their experience in evidence-based practice and the impact of the EBP endeavors.
Share the insights gained from your interview, and include the following:
Describe the role of the nurse leader you interviewed.
Provide one example of a recent evidence-based practice initiative shared by the nurse leader.
What was the impact on patient-centered care and nursing practice or organizational outcomes?
What did you find most inspiring from the interview, and why?
please describe the nurse leader ( Director of Nursing) for an outpatient surgery center.


What does the Bible say about pride?

Essay Assignment Instructions
There are 2 short essays which require you to apply the knowledge you have gained in a creative and subjective way. Please read the instructions for each essay thoroughly, so that you know the issues that need to be addressed. You do not need to do extensive research or reading to complete this assignment, although it may require a small amount of exploration. Each Essay assignment must be 200-250 words and needs to include the word count in parentheses. Use your own words as much as possible, but if you include sources, you must cite your sources in current APA format. Also, I would suggest that you look over the Grading Rubric before you submit your assignment.

You will first submit a draft of each Essay assignment to be checked through Turnitin so you can make adjustments prior to your final submission. Please note that the draft submission is optional. Submit your draft by Thursday at 11:59 P.M. (ET) before the final assignment is due in order to receive feedback on it.

Essay: Greek Pride versus the Christian View of Pride Assignment
In chapter 8 we read about the Greeks’ justifiable view of pride in superior accomplishments. Compare the Greeks’ view of pride versus the Christians’ view of pride taught in Scripture. Why did the Greeks view pride as they did? What does the Bible say about pride? What do you feel is the cause of our present day view of pride within Western Culture? What about an individual’s achievements in sports? Can pride be both good and bad? Is there a balance? Just a few of the questions you can discuss.

Essay: The Reasons for Early Christian Persecution Assignment
Review the item Watch: Dr. Francis Schaeffer: How Should We Then Live? Episode 1 of 10 in the Learn section of Module 5: Week 5, and then address the following prompt: In ancient Roman culture Christians were marginalized and in many cases persecuted. Give examples of some of this that you saw in the video. Also, answer the following: We see similar instances of this type of marginalization and persecution within America and around the world today. Please give some examples of this and also why this persecution occurs.

Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool