Attendance: Steps to Answering NCLEX Questions NCLEX Coaching Webinar Hello and

Attendance: Steps to Answering NCLEX Questions NCLEX Coaching Webinar
Hello and Welcome from the NCLEX Success Team!
As part of your graduation and transcript clearance, you are required to view TWO webinar recordings with the NCLEX Coaches. The webinar recordings you are required to view are Test Taking Strategies with Asst Professor Thom Hazel and Steps to Answering NCLEX.
In order to receive credit for both webinars, you will be required to complete a reflection paper for each webinar to verify you viewed the webinar in its entirety. The reflection paper will be due by the end of Week 14. You will need to write a minimum of 2 paragraphs, summarizing 3 key takeaways from the webinar, written in a professional and scholarly manner. Please submit it here for grading. If you do not complete this step, you will not be marked as complete for attending this webinar. The webinar recording is located under the NCLEX Coaching Module of this course.
Any webinars you’ve attended previously that were not with the current NCLEX Coaches (see above) will NOT be accepted as attendance, as the webinars listed above have been developed to assist in preparing learners for NCLEX using current information from the NCSBN. A common question asked is regarding previous webinar attendance early last year with Jodi Thompson (possibly while enrolled in BSN 265), as well as other webinars held by faculty in courses other than 366 and 395. Attendance at those webinars will not replace the Webinar requirement for NCLEX Coaching.
What happens if you do not view both required webinars and complete the reflection papers?
If you do not view both required webinars and complete and submit the reflection papers, you will be placed on a hold and your transcripts will not be released, which will prevent you from scheduling to take your NCLEX exam. To avoid this, please make it a high priority to meet with requirement. It is recommended that you complete the webinars requirement earlier in the semester.
If you have any questions, please email
Jessica Walker, MSN, RN
Manager, NCLEX Success

Health and Social Care

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T​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​his assignment provides you the opportunity to learn about ethical business behavior that is all around us.
Read Cases from the Real World: Competition and the Markers of Business Success, found in the following:
Byars, S., & Stanberry, K. (2018). Why ethics matter, chapter 1. Business Ethics. Rice University, OpenStax. Retrieved from pg. 15. CC BY 4.0 license
Also view the following interviews with Warren Buffett:
CBS Sunday Morning. (2017, December 3). Sunday profile: Warren Buffett [Video file]. Retrieved from
PBS NewsHour. (2017, June 26). America should stand for more than just wealth, says Warren Buffett [Video file]. Retrieved from
“It takes 20 years to build a reputation and five minutes to ruin it. If you think about that, you’ll do things differently.” Warren Buffett
What is an ethical leader? They lead by example and exemplify ethical decision making and conduct focused on a common good. They are known to act with integrity and inspire respect among peers, constituents, and subordinates. Successful ethical leaders are champions of their beliefs and communicate them throughout an organization to develop a supportive culture.
Keep in mind that all people possess virtues and vices, and while they may strive to support ethical tenets, they may fail at times.
In this assignment you also have the opportunity to learn about Bernie Madoff.
Cold Fusion (2019). The Man Who Stole $65 billion (Bernie Madoff). Retrieved from
Steinberg, M. and Cohn, S. (Apr. 14, 2021). Bernie Madoff, mastermind of the nation’s biggest investment fraud, dies at 82.
Also see:
Crippen, A. (2008). Warren Buffett: People thought “I was doing some sort of Ponzi scheme.” Retrieved from
Maranjian, S. (2017). What Buffett and Madoff Have in Common. The Motley Fool. Retrieved from
Case Assignment
Address the following in a 3- to 4-page essay, demonstrating your critical-thinking skills:
Discuss Warren Buffett’s approach to business dealings, especially as they relate to business ethics.
Compare that approach to Bernie Madoff’s.
Apply ethical philosophies that you have learned about in this Module and state which you think apply to Mr. Buffett.
Which ethical philosophies apply to Mr. Madoff? Why?
Create a table where you compare and contrast these two investors from an ethical standpoint. Be sure to discuss your table in your paper.
Write a well-integrated paper with a strong introduction and conclusion, and use a few section headings (i.e., do not simply follow a Q & A format).
Use your module background information and any other reliable sources you wish to find. The sources do not need to come from the Trident Online Library. For all sources, however, provide in-text citations and include a reference list.
The goal for most who attend graduate school is to complete a degree.
A great way to start is having abundant motivation, great time management skills (no habit of procrastination), and your eye on the goal.
View the following highlights from the Trident 2018 Commencement. Picture yourself in the video.
Trident University International. (2018, July 18). Grad highlights_2018 [Video file]. Retrieved from
Introduction to Business Ethics
View the following video on universal ethical standards expected whenever people work together:
Workplace Ethics Made Simple
TrainingABC (Producer). (2017). Workplace Ethics Made Simple [Video file]. Retrieved from the Trident Online Library, Academic Video Online: Premium database.
Is it always that easy? Telling people what to do and what not to do? Of course not. This is why studying ethics is important. Why care about ethics in our lives, our business practices, and our professions?
Let’s continue by reading:
Byars, S., & Stanberry, K. (2018). Business Ethics. Rice University, OpenStax. Retrieved from pp. 7-22. CC BY 4.0 license
As you read this book, be sure to click on the links in the “Link to Learning” sections. This will help add depth to the subject you are reading about.
We learn from Byars and Stanberry (2018) that ethics matter because being a professional of integrity matters. It also matters that organizations remain profitable and have ethical standards to follow.
“Ethical business conduct permits us to sleep well at night.” (Byers & Stanberry, 2018).
As we have mentioned, ethics has philosophical underpinnings. Let’s take a look in more detail at four different normative perspectives that Byars and Stanberry mention—utilitarianism, deontology (duty), virtue, and justice ethics. (Normative simply means establishing a norm or standard.)
First, read the following, which is the textbook we will utilize throughout this course. We will only read parts of the text, but you may also find the rest of the book of interest.
Byars, S., & Stanberry, K. (2018). Business Ethics. Rice University, OpenStax. Retrieved from pp. 40-58. CC BY 4.0 license
Utilitarian Ethics
Utilitarian ethics is also referred to as utility ethics or consequentialist ethics. Utility ethics is the theory that “an action is morally right if and only if it produces at least as much good (utility) for all people affected by the action as any alternative action the person could do instead” (Audi, 1999, p. 824).
Source: Audi, R. (Ed.). (1995). The Cambridge dictionary of philosophy. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Think of utilitarianism in terms of the benefit of the outcomes derived from a given action. This theory is largely concerned with the end result–doing the “greatest good” for the largest number of persons.
Utilitarianism ethics is often criticized as being “the ends justify the means.” This is because it is concerned with the outcome of a decision or action rather than whether or not the action is ethical in itself. For example, would you lie to avoid hurting your friend’​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​s feelings, or is lying always wrong? Is it wrong to needlessly harm one person to save two other lives? Under this philosophy you examine these dilemmas strictly by looking at the consequences of these types of actions and not whether it is wrong to lie or wrong to needlessly harm.
View the following video to learn more about utilitarianism:
CrashCourse. (2016, November 21). Utlitarianism: Crash Course Philosophy #36 [Video file]. Retrieved from
Deontology (Duty) Ethics
The next video is about deontology or often called duty ethics:
Duty ethics are rooted in the maxim that a person must act in a certain way for no reason other than because it is the right way to act – in essence, I should act this way because it is my duty to do so.
The following short video does a very good job categorizing the ethical theories. (2017, May 21). What is deontology? (normative ethics) [Video file]. Retrieved from
Immanuel Kant, well-known deontologist, provided a new way of looking at the nature of the human mind. The mind has an inherent and unconditional duty to act ethically. There are no contradictions—character and being a good person counts.
Kant’s Categorical Imperative, requires that an act is ethical only if we can consider that act as being acceptable by everyone everywhere (a universal law). In this context, murder is wrong because we would not will the act of murder to become a universally acceptable behavior. Therefore, Kant would say that it is my duty not to murder another person. To do otherwise (i.e., to actively harm other people knowing that it is my duty not to harm them), according to Kant, is irrational – and it is unethical.
To learn more about Kant’s deontological thinking, view the following video:
Philosophy Tube. (2016, June 10). Beginner’s guide to Kant’s moral philosophy [Video file]. Retrieved from
Also read:
Duty-based ethics. (2014). BBC. Retrieved from
Virtue Ethics
And the next-to-the-last normative theory we will look at is virtue ethics, a moral theory. This line of thought goes back to the great ancient Greek philosophers Aristotle and Plato but is still widely applied in the study of business ethics. Viewing this video will help you understand virtue ethics and how to apply it to real-world business situations:
CrashCourse. (2016, December 5). Aristotle & virtue theory: Crash course philosophy #38 [Video file]. Retrieved from
Justice Ethics
In this video we will learn about John Rawls and his universal system of fairness—taking care of the most disadvantaged. For example, should you have to pay into a system that provides medical coverage to other people less health conscious than you?
CrashCourse. (2016, December 19). What is justice? Crash course philosophy #40 [Video file]. Retrieved from
Your exposure to the different philosophical perspectives should come in handy in the rest of this course. Since ethics is all about “behaviors,” that is what we focus on. Ethics philosophy is just the tip of the “business ethics” iceberg, so keep up your momentum and look at ethics dilemmas and how the theories might help guide (or at least categorize) our thinking.
Francis and Murfey (2016) provides these examples of ethical problems business encounters today:
If I don’t have to pay tax in the countries where I do business, should I? And if so, how much?
What are the impacts on the consumers of the product?
What are my responsibilities to suppliers? Do I drive a hard bargain without regard for their profitability?
Do I need to be concerned about the employees of a subcontractor in a developing economy?
What are the environmental impacts of this decision?
How do I balance my values with the very different values of a business partner from another culture?
How much do I sacrifice profit for something that is perceived as a social good? What is the balance between profit and responsibility to the wider community?
How do I create a culture of integrity and set standards for employees?
How do I deal with informers (whistleblowers) who are ethically right but an embarrassment to the company?
How do I deal with a problem of ethnicity in the workplace without seeming to be racist?
Under what conditions is it all right to accept gifts?
How should I deal with sexual impropriety by employees?
If national espionage is acceptable does that make it all right to indulge in industrial and commercial espionage?
Source for the information above: Francis, R. and Murfey, G. (2016). Global business ethics: Responsible Decision-Making in an international context. Available from the Trident Online Library, Skillsoft Books, 24×7.
General References Useful for Preparing Graduate-Level Papers:
For a list of general reference sources related to locating library sources, using APA formatting, applying critical-thinking skills, and so forth, see General References Useful for Preparing Graduate-Level Papers. It is not required that you read these sources page-by-page, but rather you refer to them for guidance.
What do ‘First Person’ and ‘Third Person’ Mean?
First-Person Voice:
Personal Writing, such as for a reflective essay, “personal response,” opinion piece, and discussion posting, can be written in the first person (using “I” and “me”), and may use personal opinions and anecdotes as evidence for the points you are making.
Example of writing in first person:
I am sure that his philosophy was correct for his time, however, this is the technology era and I feel …
The SLP assignments and the Discussion Forums in ETH501 allow first-person voice since they are less structured and more personalized than an academic paper.
Third-Person Voice:
Academic essay papers at Trident should be written in the third person and should use valid academic sources as evidence to support your writing.
Example of writing in third person (citing a fictional source):
The speaker concludes that the Stone Age was the beginning of our current technology era. Other speakers reject the idea. In Basics of Thought and Action, Dr. Stan Sanbola identifies four reasons for supporting the Stone Age idea and four reasons why the thinking is faulty. Sanbola has provided the needed perspective on the argument (2018, pg. 132​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​).
The Case assignments in ETH501 should be written in third person.


For this assignment, select the setting in which you wish to design a curriculum

For this assignment, select the setting in which you wish to design a curriculum. You can select an academic or clinical setting for this assignment. The curriculum should address the prevailing need of the setting and the driving forces for the creation of the curriculum.


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its very important exam we should be online together on Saturday at 8 am in my time and the exam its 1 hr and 30 min YOU SHOULD read the info that I send u and get ready and send me message that u are ready !!! dont do professional write simple words dont make charts or graph way too good it based on the​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ chapters that i send u so pls read them and dont skip anything ! and dont disappear u should message me when u are ready consists of 40 multiple choice questions and 5 short answers. It covers chapters
(chapters 7, 8, 9, 10, 11)
the writer and i should be online together at same time and he should be ready
its out of 100% ITS really important exam !​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​!

Social Work

Can you start off saying Kyla Kyla Main Post B Attachment COLLAPSE Britannica

Can you start off saying Kyla
Kyla Main Post B
Britannica Article on “Dinosaurs” by John H. Ostrom and Kevin Padian
It’s important to teach children how to access and use different types of informational text because the future isn’t about memorizing information but about knowing how to access it. It is unrealistic to expect people to be experts on things they are either not interested in or do not deal with every day. However, if schools start prioritizing teaching children how to find reliable sources and how to find the answers to their questions through all of the resources at their disposal, they’ll produce better students and workers in any field. It makes more sense to teach them to find the information they need in a document than to expect them to memorize it for a test.
Parents should absolutely be helping in this area with real-life activities. Children spend a lot of time with their children (they’re supposed to at least). Little How-To books and kits are generally inexpensive and easy to do. It makes for good bonding time as well as a good educational experience. I took an expository reading and writing class that taught me how to read informational text in high school and a teacher touched on it in middle school. Both helped me in college where I have to read through journal and encyclopedia articles, and other informational texts to do classwork. This type of learning can be done at almost any level and benefits the students. For example, instead of teaching students about dinosaurs, the teacher could give the KWL worksheet to their students and have them fill it out and learn on their own. Then, the teacher can explain which sources are better and give their own lecture. It also helps kids answer questions before they learn and narrow down the ones they did not have answered.
Ostrom, J. H., & Padian, K. (2021, April 19). Dinosaur. Encyclopædia Britannica. Retrieved August 10, 2022, from


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This assignment requires you to critically review children’s online play and online leisure activities and the tensions that exist between children’s and adults’ perspectives on the value of this aspect of children’s digital lifestyle.
Read the document “Our rights in the digital world”. The document can be accessed in uploads where I uploaded it.
This document reports on a study undertaken for Convention on the Rights of the Child regarding children’s rights in the digital world. For this report, 709 children and young people aged between 9 – 22 years old were consulted in 27 countries on six continents who offered insights into how digital technology impacts their rights, and what action they want to see taken to protect them. This report documents the findings of that study. This assignment focuses on Section 4 of this report “Leisure and Play”. In Section 4 of the report, children’s comments highlighted the important role of technology for their right to leisure and play yet the conflict that they have with adults about this. Children want to play online, yet often felt their leisure choices are misunderstood by adults. Many children experienced tension with adults who were often concerned that time online took children away from other activities – such as playing outside or completing homework or household duties. Children suggested this was an overly simplified argument, and that play, and leisure online was valuable and important to them.
To complete this assignment you must use a range of relevant references to examine the following​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ questions. This critical report will focus on the following questions that need to be answered:
1. What types of play and leisure activities do children (1-16 years) engage in online. Categorise these according to age groups, gender, and other relevant categories. Ensure the data you use is current and published between 2018-2022. (350 words)
2. What are the educational, social, and economic benefits of these activities for children? (350 words)
3. Document adult concerns in relation to play, and leisure activities online being detrimental and/or of no value to children? Are these concerns warranted and relevant? (350 words)
4. Considering questions 1-3, what is your stance on children’s right to online play and leisure activities? What is at the core of the tension between child’s and adults’ perspective, and what is one change that would improve this tension in relation to children’s play and leisure online? Use evidence to support your stance. (450 words)
? Focus on the 4 questions. You can structure the review how you like.
? No opinions written, first to third questions are all research and the facts. Cover all age range groups mentioned. Question 4 do you agree or disagree and why, your opinion and refer to the questions are key.
? Focus on play and leisure only.
? Use 8-10 sources the quality of references is important, your informed perspective meaning is supported by references.
? Make sure to use the document provided it is compulsory, look at all document pages to get an understanding but focus on leisure and play that is key.​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​


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now, it’s time to turn in your course project. Remember your project should include the following:
A Mental Health Concern – and the Patient or Community – for your project.
A brief history of the patient including diagnoses and medications – or a brief description of the community issue.
Any substance abuse, addiction or violence issues surrounding this mental health problem. Describe the attempted interventions that have been made for your patient or community, and identify what has been successful and what has not. Submit a rough publish of information gathered so far.
Describe your thoughts regarding your patient’s or community’s mental health issue. Are there any cognitive concerns? Think about interventions that may be helpful. Include sources for evidence-based practice.
List appropriate nursing interventions for your chosen patient or community. How will you evaluate effectiveness? Include an evaluation tool or rubric.
Complete your course project by identifying mental health resources that can be used for your chosen patient or community. Finish with an educational tool for your patient or community.

Computer science

Online exam, short answer and coding question Comments from Customer – Start dat

Online exam, short answer and coding question
Comments from Customer
– Start date: August 18th, est time zone, from 3 pm -5:30 pm.
– Duration: 150 minutes.
– Format: pattern of questions mcq plus short answer and coding questions dsa graph, bst all data structures.
Sample question Delete a node with one left child. Function takes a pointer to the node to delete. Replace with max value in its left sub-tree. It ensures that the node has a none empty left child.

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screen name belquis97 password Leandry16 go to learning and use the book please thank you
Post a total of 3 substantive responses over 2 separate days for full participation. This includes your initial post and 2 replies to classmates or your faculty member.
Due Thursday
As individuals enter late adulthood, some may look forward to it and find it satisfying, while others may find it challenging. Consider some of the factors that contribute to both perspectives.
Respond to the following in a minimum of 175 words:
In what ways is socioeconomic status related to wellness in old age and life expectancy?
Is retirement likely to be less stressful in households where both spouses work or twice as stressful? Why?
Do you think people who are going to die should be told this information? Why or why not? Does your response depend on the person’s age?
Cite at least one scholarly source to support your response.
Due Monday
Post 2 replies to classmates or your faculty member. Be constructive and professional.

Social Work

For this signature assignment, you will prepare a 10-12-page research paper. The

For this signature assignment, you will prepare a 10-12-page research paper. The goal of this assignment is to demonstrate your understanding of a theoretically informed planned change process in work with a disenfranchised individual or family.
To begin work on this assignment, select a disorder or issue of interest to you in work with adults, families, or older adults.(I’m selecting to use Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in Military Men).
Next, select a population that is disenfranchised or a minority group. Examples include gay men, Black women, or persons with a disability. (I’m selecting to use African American men in the military or recently discharged).
Briefly describe at least three theories traditionally utilized to intervene with individuals or families with the focus disorder in the specific population you’ve chosen.
Choose the theory that you see has the most evidence supporting its use with this population.
Review Literature: In approximately one paragraph each, review at least five scholarly sources that discuss the use of this theory with your selected population. Briefly summarize each source, being certain to address both knowledge and skills.
Synthesize Knowledge: Assess what you have learned about the use of this theory to treat your identified disorder in your particular population. What is the overall state of knowledge in this area?
Utilize Theory: Apply what you have learned about this theory to the planned change process. How would you use what you know about this theory to engage, assess, intervene, and evaluate in your work with a client? Use examples.
Expand on your application of this specific theory to the process of engagement. Draw on materials from this and previous courses to discuss the theoretical precepts, knowledge, and strategies that you would use to engage a client in this specific population.
Conclude: Summarize your understanding of the role of theory in social work practice with individuals and families. Discuss the planned change process and describe your understanding of how this process applies to work with individuals and families. Finally, discuss what you see as the most important knowledge and skills you learned in this class.
Support your assignment with at least six scholarly resources. In addition to these specified resources, other appropriate scholarly resources, including seminal articles, may be included.
Length: 10-12 pages, not including title and reference pages